Deaconess Zobondo Yah-Dixon
Transition to earth: October 6, 1947
Transition to Heaven: April 12, 2022
It is with great sadness, the Dixon and Yah families announce the passing of their Beloved Mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and daughter, Zobondo Yah-Dixon. She passed away at the age of 74-years old, on Tuesday, April 12th, 2022 at her residence in Monrovia, Liberia. She was surrounded by her beloved grandchildren and the family pet cookie. She was predeceased by her parents, The Late Mr. and Mrs. Yah, her brother Varney Yah, her sister Niecey Yah, and a host of other family members.
She leaves to mourn her only daughter Albertine Melissa Dixon, Grandchildren, Dailton Fiske, Natalie Dixon and Vanessa Woods, a host of family members, foster children, sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who will mourn and miss her.
Mrs. Yah-Dixon was raised by Missionaries at The Suehn Industrial Academy in Bomi County while receiving her primary and High school education. While attending Suehn, she worked as a volunteer in the Dispensary Health Center as a Nursing Assistant. She matriculated to Monrovia where she worked at Bright Functional School and Early Learning Foundation School as a Matron. Sis. Zobondo was ordained and served as a Deaconess at The Christ Healing Chapel in Monrovia. Because of her great love for children, she assisted, raised and helped many children that was in need of food, clothing, shelter, school tuition, shoes and whatever she was Blessed with, she gave to them.
Deaconess Yah-Dixon was an advocator for the people in her village, Beayukes. She would stand up and speak up for them. During the civil war in Liberia, she was the one who advocated for the distribution of food and supplies and the well-being for her village. Many times, she advocated for the safety of little girls to stop their abduction for sex trafficking and the recruitment of little girls and boys as child soldiers. She also advocated for a Clinic to be built in her village to supply the surrounding villagers with minor medical treatments like vaccinations, scraps and bruises to children, colds and fevers, examination for pregnant women and wellness of babies. This Missionary was an Angel of Mercy that her family, the children she helped and the villagers will truly miss.
All friends and families are invited to attend!
Wake keeping – Friday, May 27th 2022, 6:00pm - The Christ Healing Chapel on Airfield Road in Old Matadi Estate
Funeral – Saturday, May 28th, 2022, 10:00am – The Christ Healing Chapel on Airfield Road in Old Matadi Estate
Interment – Suehn District, Beayukes Village
CashApp – Melissa A Dixon $906v
Zelle – Melissa A. Dixon 610-969-6506
Albertina M. Dixon 1-610-969-6506
Daveline Saba 011 231 880 124 770
Dailton Fiske 011 231 779 145 040