TLC Africa - Deaths 2021

The Liberian Connection - Africa (1996 - 2021) - An Internet Magazine that Connects Liberians at home and abroad

 
September 2021

Nancy Zuo Gilman

Swithin Mustapha Swaray

Emmanuelita Esi Siebu- Roper

Elfrieda Hettie Lawson Marshall

Eric Aharon Roberts

Edmund Nah Kloh Sr.

Earline Joyce Hunter

Alan “Al” Caulker

RAPHAEL “NNAMDI” WILLIS JR.

Jesse Benniah Karnley Sr.

Sarah Page

Samuel Ezra Walker

CORRINA MAHILA JOHNSON TOTIMEH

Wesley Momo Johnson

Anna Lucretia Sherman Richards

Mai Ellen Bailey Harris

August 2021

ALEXANDER POLEY GBAYEE

DuoYarkelay Zangbay Dokie

Eliza SIS Jean Ellis Smith

Edwin Kaibakai Sherman Sr.

Veronica Mary Feyitisho Gurley

THERESA WEAH GBEDI WOLO

Jemima Clementine Carr

Jehu T. Stryker Sr.

Esther Titelma Mulbah

Angeline K. Reeves, (Gurley)

Esther Roseline White

William Amara Bako Freeman

Memorial Service for Nathan Syniah White

M. SAMUEL T. HINA, SR.

Daphne Agnes Williams-Warburton

Teazu Tatiana Jeridale Morris - Krauth

Comfort H. Cummings

Anthony Wreh Nah

Constance “Genevie” Ophelia Richards- Harris

Mohammed Tijan Waritay

Henry Zoben Keller

Edwin S. Perry Jr.

Alfreda Louise Verdier Mitchell

Virtual Memorial Service for Marcia Greaves Shaw

Magdalene A. Sanvee

Ibrahim Lincoln Tolbert

Lenora Mengie Flood Cox

Tarrion Morcolor Togbah

Amanda Carr-Tyler

Anna Veara Willis

Abdul Baba Kamara Sr.

Samuel Raymond Divine, Sr.

July 2021

Theodore Maxwell Carter, Sr.

Keisha Etmonia Avalon Hamilton

Rowena Pamela Cooper Buckman

Antoinette “Nettie” Doe-Deyi

William K Hansford

Louis Edwin Randall

Sylvester A. Wennie

Charles B. Smith

Lucinda Agnes Mamie Fairley Wreh-Wilson

EMMANUEL KOFFA TRUEH

Betty Bentoe Kyne Kumeh

Luvenia Moore Harris

Memorial Service for Nathan S. White, Sr.

Yamakollei Flomo

Ciapha Richelieu Anthony Cooper I

Mardea Elaine Martin-Wiles

Harriet Dorinda Williams Yancy

Yassah A. Powell

Irene Johnson

Willette R. Slocum

Robert C. D. Marshall, II

EVA HARRIS DAVID

William Thomas Banks II

Nathaniel K. Salee

Mary S. Togar

Martha C. Wallace

Helena ToeWelleh Boe

Sam Badio, Jr. 

James T. M. Slocum

Jehu Baccus Matthews, Jr.

Victor Sloujou Jerleh

Fenton Ann Hill 

Hawa-Ellen Knuckles

Gladys Garmai Yeatulu Beyan

Nathan Syniah White, Sr.

Roland Sean Deshield

John G. Bestman, Sr.

Harris Kpehe Ballah Sr.

Menica Oliver Thorpe

S. Winston Jarrett

Beyan A. Clarke

Abraham Samukai Konneh

Comfort Hadoo Lucille Bryant Jones

Clara Zeporah Tuning

Edna Wilson Greenidge

Mary Balleh Esi Somah Jappah

June 2021
 

Marcia Greaves Shaw

Grace T. Nyeplu

Nellie Mai Thompson

David B. Dewee

Klubo Dorbor

Amos Yonkon Bartu, Sr.

Theophilus Dekonty Joseph

Stephen Tokpa Akoi

Johnathan Emmanuel 
Zehkpeghe Bowier

Uriel W. Murray

Martin Wollor Siklo, Jr.

Victoria Violet Eyetunde Marsh-Cheeks

David Bickersteth Berry, Jr.

CLARENCE BOIMA BURPHY

Joseph M. Montgomery, Sr.

James Thomas Slocum

Carolyn Elaine Horace

William W. "Boy" Seton 

Manapaye Sinyea Ukatu

Abraham Kemokai, Sr.

Iris Rose Jangaba

Facia Banks Ofogho

David Madean Johnson Sr.

Albertine Fatu Reeves Kollopo

Spencer Momo Kanagie Clarke

Jeanette Kafai Barkon

Jefferson Elmer Witherspoon

George Walter Taylor and Helena Nugba Taylor

Yede Ebony Allison

Christine Augusta Tolbert Norman

Ruby Adline Goodridge

Mary Sancea Thomas

Comfort Julia Cox

Raymond Foday Kromah

Beatrice Nene Ricks Macavoi

Eudora Nassau Barnes

Rose Luah White

Edvida Tarloh Adoree Moore

Winston R. Howard, Sr.

Tennema Sirleaf Deline

Cerue Pioneer Brown Banks

Nfannie Seibure- Nimene

Alice Roberts-Gerring

Mary Kaigenleh Myers Wensae

Janette Isatta Sanoh Fahnbulleh

Orcyndo Yacci Makor

Edwin Jarwo Yarngo Sr.

Anthony D. Sanvee, Sr.

Annie Niket Arkue-Opoku

Menia Jugbeh Nyanseor

Abraham A. W. Abasi

J. Auzzell Gibson

Abraham Bropleh Wesseh Abasi

May 2021
 

Yongor Cekah Hall

Samuel Benedict Dempster, Sr.

Minerva Freeman

Wellington A. Capehart Sr.

Jessie Wleh Brown

Albert Wloti Nimley II

Musu Harper

George A. Varmah, Sr

Henry R. Stewart

Elizabeth Nahdee Wreleh

Lloyd Ashford Gardiner

Gabriel Reginald Duncan

Emily L. Reeves

Harriet Elizabeth McIntosh Williams

Rennie Mitchell

Eugene Cooper

SAMUEL BENEDICT DEMPSTER, SR.

Esther Lloyd -Menyoungar

Edward Lester Varnie

Myles William Taylor Jr.

Malissa L. Dayrell

April 2021

NATHANIEL S. BARTEE

Clavender Agnes Railey Browne

Momoh V. Corneh

P. Nicol Boyce, I

Thomas Phillip Faulkner

Arthurlina Evelyne Clarke

Sylvester Jlaoh Sekajipo

Evelyn Mamie Attia

Cerue Mason Tah

 

ANNIE ETMONIA DUNN TUKPAH

N. Samuel Jallah

 Roland P. Mulbah

Precious Pearl Ireland

Benjamin Mulbah Togbah

Bertha N. Momoh

STANLEY CAMMUE GBAWAR

Rebecca Blopoh Worjloh Nyante

Montel MacArthur Cooper 

Cecelia Kofa Sherman

Leslie Bola Jacobs  

Sarah Tolbert Kerkulah

 Phillip Dweh Chenekan Jr.

Samuel H Dennis  

Ashford 'AJ' Trokon Peal Jr.

Josiah Nyan Brown, Sr.  

Jessie E. Greene

Sophronia Senora Chesson Itoka

Clarence Sumokollie Kamara

 Kandakai Alphonso Duncan III

Henry T. Cephas

Zean M. Howard

Lawrence M. Emerson

Mervell Andrews Yanforh

Gerald Opilo Browne

March 2021

Yatta Sata Kiazolu Elsar 

 Hawa Harriet Fahnbulleh-Wright

Becky U. Sillah

Edna Boe Tucker

 
 PATRICIA “BEMORE” JIMMIE

Urick Isaac Frankfort  
 

Henry B. Duncan, Jr.

Solomon Love Divine  

Nellie G. Johnson

Cassandra C. Sackie

Charles S. G. Boayue, Sr.

Etta Barnard

Cecelia “Old Lady” Makor Premy

Ernest M. Benson

Glendora Lauretta Bunch Hoff

RICHARD E POPE

Louise Marie Lartey

Johnette Vawar Todey

LUCRETIA WRIGHT-LUKE

Robert Eric Cooper Sr

Clarice Massa Ledlum Bivans

Adama Augustus Sirleaf, Sr.

Victoria S. Davis

Mary Gbardee Dorothy Chea

Ted E. Roberts

Gertrude Fatu Johnson

George W. Duncan Sayonnkon

Roland T. Yancy

Rebecca Jenneh Nyemah Ware - Wilson

LOUISE J. DAVIS-HARRIS

COMFORT DUWLI DUEH TOE

MASAWO FAHNBULLEH

February 2021
 

Mary Troyah Collins

Comfort Abeke Ogunti Gibson

Isaiah Adama Teasley

Joseph D. Kpana

Mary G. Blibo

Emmanuel Addy, Jr

Kofa B. Sherman

Amos Martin Hayes

Parthenia Aleta Davies Thompson

Francis Augustus Caesar, Jr.

Rachel Diode Sebo Wilson

Tumu Binda

Ellen Augustus Houston

Etta Setta Tucker Endee

Shadrick Clarke Junfijiah, Sr.

Molley Baimba Johnson

Amelia Cora Richards Holmes

Charlesetta Geneva Dillon

Robertetta P. Barclay

Patience M. Railey

Walton Buchu Morgan

January 2021

Gorma Gbarbea Kweh

Ernest Spencer Benjamin Ward

A. Kula Benjamin

Farmere Gbarta Stubblefield

Arnold C. Siebu

Julia Sangbo Grimes Taynun

Alex Joseph Duwai

Geraldine Wede Bowier-Hoff

Rose Elizabeth Cummins

Yolanda Porte Massaquoi Haddad

Paulus Momo Bonar

Harriet Wede Gardiner-Blay

James Monyoukaye Sr.

Shirley Temple Bella Cooper

Johnathan Nyanquoi Bee Dunbar

Florence Sophie N'Tow Lloyd

PETER NUMEHN LENYEE

JOHNNY TARLUE CLARKE

Edrick A. York

George P. Masah

Olive Alma Hill

David Moboke Cooper

Amelia Baltia Cumming-Stryker

Joseph Tarpeh Nyesuah

Wynston E. Dunbar

Beatrice Witherspoon Allen Miller

Beatrice Messie Allen

Lucretia Aurelia Junius Rainsbury

Elizabeth W. Cummings

Roselyn Korto Holder-Dimerson

Lovette Himiendé Wallace

Dorothy Browne-Tarlue

William Aquilla Cox, Sr.

Tamba Freeport Fokoe Bambaa

Samaria Maria Khoury Clinton

William Kamma Reeves

Robert Kwaku Phillips

Rachel Sundayma Bowe-Barchue

Elizabeth Sonpon Toe

Bernard Doryen Togba, Jr.

VERGINIA MUHLENBURG-THOMPSON

Farley N. Bowell

Ida Roberts Johansson

Matilda Eileen Greene Dunn

Mabel Koon

Zoe Martha Thomas Mulbah

December 2020

 

Miatta Elizabeth Karnley

Klubo Mayea Forkpa

 

Benedict Jerome Bedell

Rowena Yvette Kelley

Samuel G. Bowman

Shirley Hawah Umgebia Davis Stewart

Aloysius Kormi Itoka, Sr.

J. Andrew Redd

Charles Synclair Neal, II

'CLARISSA HOFF JALLOH

Peter Gardea Boikai

Henrietta Collins

Louise Letcontin Johnson-Blai

Mark Carlton Carr

Richelieu Bartholomew Harris, Sr

CECELIA GARMAI FORD

Vickie E. Ward

Yassah Shorrow

Rebecca Doe-Zawiea

Mary George

Jerome Irwin Mends-Cole

S. Edward Carlor

Lafayette Harmon Diggs

Ethel C. Holman

Edwina Blamo Dean- Mcrimmon

Margaret ‘Weade’ Doblah Nyepon

Jaiden Divine Yates

Emmanuel Wah Muhlenburg

Hilda T. Perry

Princess Ojumiri Lucinda King Wilkins

Ellen Elizabeth Marjupleh Mitchell

Naomi Clarinda Hoff

Connie Sue Williametta Doe

MELVIN BENJAMIN FREEMAN

Prince Wilfred O’Dowu Marsh

JAMES TARR DAYOUGAR

Moses G. Barquoi Sr.

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In Loving Memory of my Beloved Husband

HON. AMBULAI BULLEH JOHNSON, JR.

October 24, 1944 – September 20, 2016

Five years ago, on September 20, 2016, we woke up on that beautiful Tuesday morning and by that evening you had left me forever. You showed no signs of leaving me that day, but our God had other plans. It has been a great loss.

Early that evening without many words, our God whispered to you to take a walk with him in the garden while the dew was still on the roses, a place he knew you loved so dearly. He then walked with you and talked with you and then told you that you were his child and had come to take you to your eternal home. I can only imagine the joy you felt as he held your hand and tarried with you. You were calm and peaceful as he called you to rest from labor to reward. Your submission to the will of our God was clear and then you bowed in humble adoration and proclaimed,

‘MY GOD!!!, HOW GREAT THOU ART”.

I know that you did not want to leave me, but you did not have a choice. So, thank you again my darling for taking your last breath in my arms in our backyard garden, for it was at that moment I truly felt our total togetherness and God’s divine presence. You were a smart, strong, kind, and generous man and sometimes that kindness got you into trouble (Lol T), nonetheless, I loved you and I missed you. It still pains me, and I sometimes have restless nights thinking of you, but I always call on our God who kept us together amidst all the storms and he continues to watch over me. You are in a better place where there are no more lingering pains. You are with our GOD. So, I now bid you a forever FAREWELL my dear ABJ, (BULLEH, as I called you sometimes). Five years seemed like an eternity, but it also seems at times like it was just yesterday because the memories are still with me Thank you my beloved, I learned so much from you the great PROFESSOR and as we always said, I had the faith and you, the strength.

God has also called our dear beloved son BRIAN who has joined you. Take care of him for I believe that the two of you are watching over me and want me to go on living for as long as our God ordains. So, you guys, please continue to watch over me with blessings from above as I live on.

I BID YOU FAREWELL AND GOOD NIGHT MY BELOVED AMBULAI BULLEH, YOU ARE AND WILL FOREVER REMAIN A STRONG MEMORY IN MY HEART.

Your beloved wife, Thelma (Johnson as you sometimes called me).

 

Moriah D. Jappah

August 31, 1936 - April 4, 2017

Happy heavenly birthday Sister. Your presence we miss. Your memory we treasure. Loving you always. Forgetting you never.

Your Children.

 

In memoriam

Ma Maria Grace France (AKA Grace Mariama Jalloh)

‘Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure’

It all seems like yesterday ......the image of you standing in a glow, enveloped by peacefulness, as I rose from my bed on the morning of September 21, 2020. It is as vivid in my mind today as the bitter truth that pierced my heart hours later as I watched you take your last breath. Your wings without a doubt were ready and you would not tarry another day for any task undone, for the peace you had found answering the Lord’s call; yet my human heart was sinking, the world suddenly became empty, time stood still and the only thing that made sense to me was to acknowledge the promises and glory of God.

You were a fighter and a prayer warrior, you walked through this life with such grace that it was hard to see your struggles. Like the Blessed mother, you treasured all in your heart, what God gave you, you not only took but enhanced them. This is evident in how you spent the greater part of your what seems like a brief life, nurturing and instilling values in us, prayerfulness, faith, humility, respect, compassion, charity, perseverance and love for the things of God, we learned from you. Today, these continue to guide our steps and all that we do. We remain grateful, we had you for a mother.

You believed you would pass this way but once and did all you could to show compassion, love, and assist family and friends directly, and indirectly. Indeed death does not end it all! The beautiful memories we shared with you shall remain priceless, we shall forever treasure these in our hearts, remember you on your special days and lovingly keep your memory alive. Today 9/21/21, is exactly a year, we shall spend time at mass, in the Lord’s presence and remember you in a special way.

‘For we know when this earthly tent we live in is taken down we will have a house in heaven, an eternal body made for us by God himself and not by human hands’ (2 Corinthians 5:1)

Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon her.

Fondly remembered by your children: Mrs. Selestine Dechontee Salifu, Mr. Hercules Niilante France, Mr. John Salifu, family and friends.

 

Mrs. Olive Alma Hill

Happy Birthday Mother

My dearest and darling mother, today July 28, is your birthday, but you are resting in your heavenly home. We will still sing the birthday song to you, my sweet mother. Today is filled with all the memories we shared. As I look to the stars and the sky in heaven on this day, I am sending you lots of love, hugs, and kisses and not forgetting the envelope that you always expected. This year it will be sent to St. Jude's, one of the many charities you faithfully supported over the years.

Words fail me as I struggle to capture the vacuum your departure has created in my heart. Suffice is to say that you will remain my jewel of inestimable value, my best friend, my confidant, my pillow to cry or laugh on, and my comforter. I now recall with deep nostalgia how you always wanted us to talk. I miss you immensely my dearest mother. My only consolation is that you were loved.

Upon your exit from your earthly home into your heavenly paradise, I was unable to grieve, but I cried and shouted seeking you to comfort me from the insults, abuse, demoralizing, degrading, and shattering words that I received because I love you. It still hurts as I struggle to suppress those words thrown at me. You taught me to be strong. As the months went by, I slowly recouped and realized you were truly gone. Oh mother, I miss you so much that it hurts. Remembering how you prayed fervently and always kept the faith no matter what the situation was, renewed my strength in prayers. I am now trying to accept your absence with equanimity. You will continue to live in my heart, mother.

Sunrise: 07/28/1935 - Sunset: 01/13/2021

From your daughter Nyanday, Son-in-law Chieme, grandchildren; Jack, Gaby & family, Ben, Ken, and Toby

 

Kabeh Budy-Lape

Sunrise-March 15,1939-Sundown July 20,1981

Mom today mark 40 years you have been gone to be with the Lord, it seems to be like yesterday. We  miss you so much that, not a day goes by with out thinking and taking about you. Nothing has and will never be been the same. Continue to rest in peace with the Lord who love you the best. You will never be forgotten. 

Goodnight Mom

Viola Budy-Ray, Dedeth Budy-Forkpa,and the Budy's & Lape Family




 

Beloved Mother, Mama, Annie-Boo, Miss Annie, Aunty, Teacher Sancho

On this day, July 9, 2021, were you with us, we would be celebrating your birthday with dancing, singing, and just loving you.

You are, however, celebrating in Glory where you shall nevermore die. A place where the old is forever young, transformed in a moment of time.  Immortal you are standing in his likeness, the stars and sun to outshine.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAMA!!

We love and miss you, and we are all looking forward to that GREAT GETTING-UP MORNING.


From your beloved children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, sister, nieces, nephews, friends, and students.



 

Acknowledgement

Dear Mama,

It has been two months since you gained your wings, and, went to be with the Lord and; a month since we laid you to rest. To say we missed you is an understatement. We go by your gravesite often to talk to you. We know physically you are not there. However, it gives us comfort knowing there is a place we can go to visit you.  Mama, nothing will be the same again without you. We missed your prayers, guidance, and times we spend talking about traveling and yes, writing your book. Although you did not get to write it, it will be written. Mama, as we celebrate milestones in our lives, your presence will be missed. Continue to rest in peace our sweet Mother. You will never be forgotten.

With Everlasting Love, 

your children.

 

Now, to all of our friends, and family, who took time out of their busy schedule to visit, call, and pray for us.  We say thank you. A special thanks to the Cooper family, Russell family, Geegbea family, Massaquoi family; Tarpeh-Dee children (California), and the Wolo family (Minnesota) for your love and contributions. We can never repay you for your kindness. May God richly bless each of you.

In Loving Kindness,

Mama Blopoh Children

 

 A Tribute to the Late William Henry Walbuck I
Called to Labor: October 24th 1933 * Called to Reward: February 3rd 2021

The late William Henry Walbuck I, affectionately called: Grandpa, Bor William, Papay, and Superfly, and twin sister Henrietta Walbuck Paykue were born October 24th, 1933 in New Georgia Township, Montserrado County; unto Patsy Davis and Thomas Walbuck. Their parents predeceased them. At an early age, he was adopted by his maternal uncle late John William McGee, retired Collector of Internal Revenues of Liberia. He grew up on Randall St., Monrovia.

William graduated from Booker Washington Institute in Kakata, Margibi County in 1970. Due to his proficiency and exceptional job performance, he was hired immediately by the Voice of America as a Radio Operator after his internship. On August 7, 1971, he married Fanny Jane Witherspoon, daughter of Geneva Mason Iyee and Samuel Andrew Witherspoon of Lexington, Sinoe County. They predeceased her. She was given away by her late uncle Samuel Davis Mason.

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Acknowledgment

The family of Arthurlina Evelyne Clarke wishes to acknowledge, with deepest appreciation, the many expressions of love, sympathy and gestures of kindness shown to us following our loss.

We offer our heartfelt thanks to family, friends and neighbors who have rendered emotional and practical support at this most difficult time, to those who traveled long distances, and to those who sent floral tributes, cards, and messages of condolence.  To the clergy, and participants, we are truly grateful.

Our special thanks to Teah Funeral Services for their special and professional services.
Special Thank you to Mr. Abraham Teah.


 

NOTE OF THANKS 

The Johnson, Dunor, and Jackson families of Kolahun District, Lofa County, Liberia extend heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all friends who showed Fatu Gertrude Johnson, our charismatic and dearly-beloved niece, daughter, sister, cousin and mother so much love both during her lifetime and at her passing. Many thanks indeed for your sincere expressions of sympathy and your generous donations toward her homegoing in Atlanta. Though Fatu died relatively young, we rejoice and give thanks to Almighty God for using her to show that human love and kindness are feasible even in the course of "one crowded hour of glorious life." 

J Rudolph Johnson (For the Bereaved Families) 

 

 

In Loving Memory of a Husband and Father on His 70th Birthday


Counsellor David A.B. Jallah

March 25, 1951 – May 21, 2018

Today marks what would have been your 70th birthday. It has been nearly three years since the morning that forever changed our lives and left an irreparable void in our family. To say we miss you is an understatement. There have been so many occasions and traditions that are not the same now and whenever we convene on those days as a family, the place you held in those times hold your memory, bringing us comfort and despair, all at once. With the Almighty with us, we are making it through and we pray that you have been received by the Creator, resting in peace.

With Love and Affection,
Your Wife and Children

 

Thank you message for The Rev. Dr. Matilda Eeleen Greene Dunn

We would like to sincerely thank those who have called, sent messages, texts, prayers, cards, flowers, food, thoughts, well wishes, donations to the American Kidney Fund, or contributions otherwise to the homegoing services of our dear and beloved Matilda – wife, mother, sister, cousin, sister aunty, aunty, grandmother, friend, teacher, pastor. Your words of sympathy and tributes shared have meant so much to us as we mourn Matilda’s transition from this world to eternity with our Lord. This loss would be too much to bear without your kind words and felt presence and we are comforted that you have celebrated Matilda’s life with us. We hope you join us in continuing to honor Matilda’s spirit by nurturing faith and love in your lives and the lives of others and by cherishing family and loved ones.

With love,
The Dunn Family

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TRIBUTE TO OUR DEAR MOTHER WILLIAMETTA BEATRICE PORTE

“Memories are treasures no one can steal,
Death is a heartache nothing can heal,
Some will forget you now that you are gone,
We will remember you no matter how long
Mommy, Sleep well in the sweet arms of Jesus.”
We love you and truly missed you.”

The Late
Williametta Beatrice Porte
Sunrise: August 7, 1930
Sunset: February 29, 2016

Thanks Mommy for the care and support, and for the values of honesty, steadfastness, patience, humbleness, sacrifice, unworldliness, contentment, non-covetousness, and hard work instilled in us; all of which we strived to maintain and thrive on today. You have been our mother and best friend. Thank you for the moments we shared; moments filled with shared feelings and thoughts, dreams and wishes, and above all friendship/motherly love. Each precious moment will be treasured in our hearts as long as life permits us. May the blessings of God be with you always Mommy.

As we observe a mournful remembrance of the fifth anniversary of your death on February 29, 2016 Dear Mother; the tenderest of memories of you will forever remain with us as we reflect on all of the fun and games we played and the season plans we made as a family. Thank you so much Mommy for being such a wonderful mother. We love you Mommy.

Your long and eventful life was full of Love, Peace, Happiness, Perseverance, Gentleness, Honesty, commitment, Patience and lots of other virtues. Inclusively, you were a woman with strength of character: Simple, Easy-Going, Humble, Hard Working, Responsible and Family oriented. As we mourn your loss, it is our belief that Christ has taken you to where He prepared a final and peaceful resting place for you.

Losing our dear mother; Williametta has been a very painful experience. Your loving support/care for us over the years has been a great help. Thank you for being there for us when we needed you most. Words cannot express our appreciation for the motherly love and support you shared with us over the years.

As we successfully pilot our lives without your physical presence for the past years, we firmly believe that you and Daddy (Rameses Augustus Porte, Sr.) are with the Lord; praying for God’s abundance grace on all of us. May the souls of you, daddy, and the souls of all the faithful departed in the mercies of God, rest in perfect peace until we meet again.

From: Everette Porte-Ferguson, Ariminta Porte-Gbaba, (Joseph Gbaba, Sr.), Rameses A. Porte, Jr. (Leemue
Porte), Alonso W. Porte, Sr. (Harietta Porte) Saretta P. Porte, Grace Cole (Andy Cole), Vida Porte-
Ncube, Roberta Weefur and several grand and great grandchildren,
For the Family

 

++ In Memoriam ++

DR. Rudolph A Polson


Sunrise May 4, 1960 - Sunset February 5, 2020

Psalm 121: 1&2
“I lift up my eyes unto the hills,
from whence cometh my help.
My help cometh from the Lord,
the creator of the Heavens and the Earth”.

Exactly one year ago, today, on February 5, 2020, you left us to be with the Lord. It’s hard to believe it is already a year since your departure. It seems like yesterday but the pain of losing you is forever in our hearts. The void created by your departure can never be filled but memories of our time together on this earth are all that we have to hang-on.

We miss you so much and sometimes wonder why you had to leave us so soon but we all know that the Lord knows best. We love you so dearly but He loves you more. Continue to rest in Heavenly Peace and may your soul and the souls of all faithful departed Rest in Perfect Peace and Light Perpetual shine on them.

With All Our Love,
The Polson Family

 

To the Glory of almighty God, who will raise and quicken the dead and In loving memory of our beloved Wife, Mother, Grandma, Daughter, Sister, Aunt, Niece and Friend;

Amelia Yudeh Sackie Nance

We can hardly believe that one year has passed already, since you fell asleep. It seems like it was just yesterday! The pain is real and the void is gaping, but our Hope is certain, we will see you again!

“For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand at the latter day upon the earth: And though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God: Whom I shall see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold, and not another...” Job 19:25-27. On that day, you and all the faithful that are asleep in the dust, will rise at the call of the Archangel. Together, we will rise to meet the Lord in the air, never to part again!

Yudeh, your Summer is soon to come!

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A Tribute to Sarah Christine Fredericks

December 25, 1952 – January 2, 2021

My Love Always for Sarah Fredericks….

My love for you began in Brandywine, Maryland when I was a single mom in a new home with two young boys… in desperate need of direction and perspective. However, you frequently reminded me that your love for me began when you traveled to visit Uncle Mickey in Flushing 43 years ago upon hearing that your best friends had given birth to a girl named Elizabeth. Reuniting with you in Maryland was truly serendipitous in every way – though you had known me my entire life through your friendship with my parents, I quickly came to realize that God sent you and your love at a time when I was most in need - when I was most unsure about myself and my abilities. And just like the angel you are, you appeared and immediately put it all in perspective for me - Like only you could. You became my cheerleader, my confidant, my partner in (good) crime ? and my comedian when I couldn’t find my own smile. When Dementia robbed me of my mother, without hesitation you immediately stepped in for your sister…being the mom that I needed and the grandma that the boys needed. Through your living examples and fervent prayers on my behalf, you strengthened my faith in God and directed me closer to Him. Evangelizing the Word of God daily within my life and the life of others.

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Thank you message for
The Rev. J.K. Levee Moulton:


On behalf of the Family, I would like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude for your love and acts of kindness during our time of loss.
Your thoughtful words of sympathy and participation will always be remembered. We appreciate all your prayers and 
comforting support.

THANK YOU ALL.


Frederica Free Moulton
     WIFE/WIDOW

 

+ In Memoriam +
Samuel T. Lawrence

Sunrise: January 9, 1942

Sunset: November 23, 2020

The Lawrence, Baryon, Kollie and Allison families would like to thank all those who sympathized with us during the home-going events of our Father, Uncle, GrandDad, Brother and Cousin(Samuel T. Lawrence). Your flowers, cash, kind and words of consolations were remarkable and without you, the process would have been difficult.

We are extremely grateful for kind gestures.
Dear Pappay Sam: (Samuel T. Lawrence), we want to thank you for sharing 78 unbroken years with the family. Your smiles and affections will be greatly missed. You were our gentle giant and your love for service to humanity is worth emulating. Your patients called you the poor man’s doctor, your peers called you Cous and we the children called you Pappay Sam. These were distinguished honors bestowed upon you for the quality of life you lived. You were always a fun guy and you enjoyed every bit of your life to the fullest of your ability. It’s hard to imagine been at family’s functions without you. You are loved even in death, you will forever be missed. God be with you till we meet again.

As you journey this new path, we extend our loves to the faithful departed: Ma Guator, Ma Deddeh, Ma Rebecca, Jeff, Darlingboy, Peppa Hawa Ben, and Johannes. “ If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, we would walk right up to Heaven and bring you back again. Our eyes still ache with sadness and secret tears still flow”. You will always have a special place in our hearts. We love you all but Jesus loves you best.

Kollie Kpator and Rachel Lawrence.
On behalf of the Family
Contact Numbers 215-206-7022 or 011231775999777

 

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