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Funeral Announcement for Mr Frempong Manso

pic 357518 Viewing on friday July 18th 2014 from 7-9 pm at Collins Funeral Home, 500 University Blvd W. Silver Spring, MD 20901
Please see Flyer for detail or contact Mr Peter Debrah @ 973-704-4456 for more information.
357518 2014-07-12 Wilfried.b2@gmail.com

funeral service for gertrude koomson

funeral
357463 2014-07-10 ernest6@optonline.net

Paul K. Appiah Sr. (Go Man Go)

pic 357281 Viewing and Church Services

Date: Friday, July 25th 2014

Place: Caribe Funeral Home
1922 Utica Avenue
(between Ave. K & L after Flatlands)

Time: 2pm to 9pm

Repass/
Traditional Funeral Rites

Place: St. Marks United Methodist Church
2017 Beverly Road
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(Beverly & Ocean Ave.)

Date: July, 25th 2014

Time: 9pm to 3am
357281 2014-07-05 paul.appiah.se@gmail.com

The Late Noah Oppong Kyekyeku's Funeral

Come join us to celebrate the life of the late Noah Oppong Kyekyeku, aka, Kwaku Oppong whose death occured at Oyoko Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

The Late Noah Oppong Kyekyeku was a former Headmaster of Nifa Secondary School. He was the father of Miss Angelina Oppong and father in-law of Attorney Alfred Taylor of Boston, Massachusetts.

Funeral Arrangement in Boston is as follows:
Date: Saturday, June 14, 2014
Venue: 18 Montrose Street, #1, Somervilla, MA 02143
Time: 12:00pm - 9:00pm

For any further information, please contact:
Angelina Oppong - 857 204 2557
Alfred Taylor - 508 304 5588
Pasilia Nyarkoh - 617 230 8602
Owusu Video - 617 827 3519

All friends, families and sympathisers are cordially invited.
355954 2014-05-26 awormens1@hotmail.com

Funeral Celebration

ALL FRIENDS & SYMPATHIZERS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED


I shall not die, but I shall live, and recount the deeds of the LORD.(Psalm 118-17)
355882 2014-05-23 fkingslord@aol.com

You are cordially invited to celebrate the life of

You are cordially invited to celebrate the life of the late Komla Dumor, beloved Husband, Father, Son and BBC journalist.

The widow and family, in collaboration with the Ghana High Commission UK and the Ghana Union UK, invite you to join them in a traditional Ghanaian memorial gathering as a final farewell.

This memorial aims to give Ghanaians in the UK and, indeed, anyone who was unable to attend the funeral proceedings in Ghana an opportunity to join the widow and family to celebrate the life of Komla and his dedication to telling the African story.

â??My commitment to Ghana and Africa is not in doubt â?? I served most of my professional life in Ghana and anyone who knows my record, knows I was tough on all sides...The only thing I want to achieve here is that we too can make it on a global platform.â??
355380 2014-05-09 kelly@mysocialmediapa.co.uk

GONE TOO SOON

TRIBUTE TO THE LATE GARY ABAKA â??AMUAH (Aged 16)

A mighty tree has fallen, the family, Worcester Public Schools, Burncoat High School have been thrown into a state of Mourning. Grieve Counselors have been put to work, my Great Cousin Gary Jojo Abaka Amuah (16) is no more. My â??whysâ?? are not being answered? I am still shocked and in a state of disbelief. Even though I never met him I have been told we look alike. The only difference, my spectacles.

Son of Auntie Bernice and Uncle Fifi Abaka Amuah of Worcester, MA. He was my first Cousin. In reality, a brother. We never met because my mother, my brothers and I relocated to Ghana when I was four. His death has been a big blow to me especially when I heard he was a basketball player. He would have been the future basketball star of Ghanaian descent.

As a basketball player myself, I think about him every time I am on the court. He will just pop up into my mind. I hear he grooved the court and did it in style and with dedication. In fact, he was â??swagâ??

For those who knew Jojo I am sure there are many special moments you had with him.

I keep on asking my mum â??why now, for Jojoâ?? but my mum who is very religious and a faithful Christian tells me to do my best and do what I can and leave the rest to God, for I know not when my time will come.

I was not eager to hear this wisdom, how can God call someone only 16, just too soon? I have learnt a lot. Indeed, life is not how you want it, but definitely what God wants for you.

God Perhaps did not want Gary to sin and seek for forgiveness again and again. He wanted him to come to Him with a pure heart, crystal as snow.

At 14, I am in the North Legon School complex basketball team and a junior golf player. Your memory will live with me forever. I will keep on â??dunkingâ?? in your honor.

As you take your final Journey on Saturday April 5th 2014, I will not hesitate to state that a gap has been left in the family, the entire Ghanaian Community in Worcester, Worcester Public School and your numerous friends and loved ones.

I have read many posts and comments on your face book wall and legacy.com.
They all confirm how great, humble and kindhearted you were. This confirms the saying â??God always takes the bestâ?? I know in future, at the heaven gate, all I need to tell God and the angels is that â??Gary is my cousinâ?? and the gates will be opened for me.

Tell my kid sister Nana Akua we miss her. You went too soon at 16, Gary
â??Nante yieâ??

By Nana Korang Gyau
Student, North-Legon School Complex
North-Legon Accra
Son of Mr. Padmore Gyau
Uncle of Gary Abaka -Amuah
Email:egyau@hotmail.com
354296 2014-04-03 nanapaddymore@yahoo.com

ONE WEEK CELEBRATION

pic 353592 OSEI FAMILY LOSE THEIR OLDER BROTHER, EMMANUEL KINGSLEY OSEI JNR. (GURU YAW POKU) ON 7TH MARCH 2014 HE WAS 65 BURIAL AND FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.
353592 2014-03-10 changeghananow@aol.com

Nana Oduro-Darkwa Passes Away

pic 353520 Kliphord Oduro-Darkwa (Son) Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX, Kwadwo Oduro-Darkwa (Son) London, Emelia Oguntola (Daughter) Ghana, regret to announce the death of their beloved father, Nana Oduro-Darkwa retired Regional Auditor, Electricity Corporation of Ghana, and Opoku Ware Secondary School (Akatakyie) Class of 1960. Nana Oduro-Darkwa was a resident of Dallas/Forth Worth for the past 5 years. Details of Final Funeral Rites will be announced later.

Nana Oduro-Darkwa
Aged 74, of Dallas Forth Worth, TX
whose death occurred on February 28, 2014 in Dallas, TX.

For additional information, please contact:
Kliphord Oduro-Darkwa 214-336-2423
353520 2014-03-06 enninb@yahoo.com

THE HOME - GOING OF MR. NELSON DUAKO of Georgia

THE DUAKO AND DJAN FAMILY OF GHANA AND USA; THE COUNCIL OF GHANAIAN TRADITIONAL RULERS IN GA, USA; THE PASTORS AND MEMBERS OF GHANA SDA CHURCH USA; THE BRONG-AHAFO COMMUNITY OF GA USA; AND MRS NANA AMMA DJAN DUAKO (WIDOW):

Mournfully invite you and your family to join them in the celebration of life of
MR. NELSON DUAKO whose death occurred at Southern Regional Hospital, Riverdale, Ga. USA, on January 09, 2014. He was 57 Years Old.

VIEWING AND CHURCH SERVICE:
5.00PM TO 8.00PM on Saturday March 01, 2014
VENUE - Thornton Funeral Home �¢?? 3346 Martin Luther King Jnr. Drive;
Atlanta, Ga. 30331
( DIRECTION: I-285WEST at MARTIN LUTHER DR )

CELEBRATION OF LIFE:
9.00PM TO 4.00AM on Saturday March 01, 2014
VENUE �¢?? Quality Hotel �¢?? 1551 Phoenix Blvd, College Park, Ga. 30349
( DIRECTION: I-285WEST at RIVERDALE ROAD, College Park, Ga. )


CHIEF MOURNERS

1. Nana Kofi Adoma-Twum �¢?? Krontihene of Dormaa Ankobea Kwaebibrem, B/A; and President, Council of Ghanaian Traditional Rulers of Ga.(NANANOM).
2. Nana Oduro Safo-Kantanka ( Efie Wura ) �¢?? Gyasehene of Bechem, B/A
3. Pastor & Mrs Gabriel Boachie-Danquah �¢?? Ghana SDA Church, Ga.
4. Pastor & Mrs Antwi Boasiako �¢?? Ghana SDA Church, Ga.
5. Mr.Yaw Osei Mensah �¢?? Family Representative (Head of Family),arriving from Ghana
6. Mr.Romeo Owusu Aboagye �¢?? Family Represenattive (Brother), arriving from Ghana
7. Michael Owusu Ati �¢?? Family Representative (Uncle), arriving from Ghana
8. Louisa Atobrah �¢?? Family Representative (Sister), arriving from Ghana
9. Andrews Kojo Awuah �¢?? Abusuapanin / Committee Chairman, Ga.
10. Mr & Mrs Obeng Takyi, Committee Member, Ga.
11.Mr & Mrs Kessie, NY
12.Mr & Mrs Kwasi Opoku, NY
13.Mr Samuel Adjei, NY
14.Mr & Mrs Munufie, PA
15.Mr & Mrs Acheampong, Ga.
16.Mr & Mrs Augustine Piano, Ga.
17.Mr & Mrs Isaac Asare, Ga.
18.Mr & Mrs Isaac Amoh, Ga.
19.Mr & Mrs Osei Bonsu, Committee Member, Ga. �¢?�¦�¢?�¦2.
2.
20.Mr & Mrs Kojo Amankona
21.Miss Mary Kumi, Ga.
22.Mr & Mrs Joseph Boadu
23.Mr & Mrs Kwame Agyei-Mensah, Ga.
24.Mr & Mrs Paul Mensah, Committee Member, Ga
25.Mr & Mrs Seth Dapaa Mensah, Ga.
26.Mr & Mrs Robert Kwarteng, Ga.
27.Mr & Mrs Victor Effa, Ga.
28.Mr & Mrs Kwame Baah
29.Mr & Mrs Freddie Amoh, Ohio
30.Mr & Mrs Freeman Opoku Gyamfi, Ohio
31.Mr & Mrs Fred Ameyaw, Ohio
32.Mr & Mrs Adu Gyamfi, Ohio
33.Mr & Mrs Alfred Nyarko, Ohio
34.Miss Dorcas Nyarko, Ohio
35.Mr & Mrs Phillip Nuama,MA
36.Mr & Mrs Samuel Adei, NY
37.Mr & Mrs Brenya Mensah, Ga.
38.Mr Edward Asante, Ga.
39.Mr �¢??Akyeaa�¢??, Ga.


CHILDREN:

1. Philimon Owusu Duako
2. Ruth Duako
3. Vivian Duako
4. Kujo Duako
5. Jennifer Owusu Duako
6. Jessica Owusu Duako
7. Kwabena Owusu Duako
8. Harrison Duako


CONTACTS:

1. Andrews Awuah �¢?? 404-663-0221
2. Kwame Agyei-Mensah �¢?? 404-409-4889
3. Osei Bonsu �¢?? 770-843-1002
4. Philimon Duako �¢?? 770-873-3370
5. EMAIL �¢?? nanaadoma10@yahoo.com
352852 2014-02-10 ttmegatech@yahoo.com

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