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Author: FPA Obituary
MONROVIA – Mrs. Williette Bryant Porte, one of Liberia’s pioneering librarians, has died. Mrs. Porte, who was instrumental in establishing libraries at the National Bank of Liberia (NBL), now the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) and the Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs and systematizing the library at the University of Liberia, died Friday, May 5, 2023, at the ELWA Hospital after a protracted illness. She was 87.
Liberians across the world are mourning the sudden passing of the late veteran Liberian clergyman, statesman, and humanitarian, Rev. Dr. J. Edwin Lloyd, Sr.
The Okwumuo, Marvie, Djuve, Zayzay and Toe families regret to announce the home-going of their father, grandfather, Uncle, brother-in-law and husband, Mr. Cletus Onyebunchi Okwumuo, former employee of the Bong Mining Company and the LIPFOCO Manufacturing Company.This sad event occurred on April 30, 2023 at the Barbra Ann Memorial Health Center, Gadnersville, Liberia following a brief illness. His remain has been deposited at the St. Moses Funeral Parlor pending funeral arrangements.The first general meeting is scheduled for Sunday, May 7, 2023 at 3:00 PM at the deceased residence in the Gadnersville, Grass Field community ( around the Dujar High School).
The G Alvin Jones Family wishes to announce with deep regrets in the death in his 56th year of Mr. Maxwell L. Jones. This sad event occurred on April 16, 2023, 11:00 AM, at the 14 Military Hospital, Schiefflin, Robertsfield Highway. Funeral services and date will be announced later. This announcement was brought in by the uncle of the deceased, Mr. Ernest C. B. Jones, Jr., on behalf of the family. Contacts: Liberia ECB Jones 231 77 868 1505 Justina D. Flumo 231 77 575 2453 United States of America: Momolu Jones (703) 346-0303 G Alvin Jones (571) 501-7854 Frances…
It is with heavy hearts the Stewart and Porte families announce the passing of our brother, father, uncle and family man, Cletus Zoebon Stewart which sad event occurred on February 16, 2022 Cletus Stewart was born on August 22, 1963 in the city of Monrovia unto the union of the late Mr. John H T. Stewart and the late Sarah Porte Stewart. From very early childhood, Cletus began developing an interest in reading. By age five, Cletus was already reading children story books. Cletus was an avid reader, a habit he developed in childhood. He would later cultivate a reading…
The Manjoe and Peabody families deeply regret to announce the homegoing of Mr. Patrick Kolubah Manjoe, former Deputy Director General for Broadcasting of the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS), on Friday, January 13, 2023. Mr. Manjoe, 62, transitioned from labor to eternal rest at the Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, USA, surrounded by his wife, Mrs. Gwendolyn Manjoe, as well as other family members and friends.
It’s hard to say good bye … very hard, Rev. Dr. Katurah York Cooper! I am currently on teaching duties far away from Montserrado County … in Margibi County and also not very well. I cannot be at your funeral today. Why am I talking about your funeral, instead of speaking live with you? As I informed you, I came home to played your role as a Biology Teacher at Monrovia College, our Alma mater and to lecture courses in clinical medicine and public health at various Universities in the country.
It is with mixed feelings of joy and sorrow that we at the Liberia Association of Writers (LAW) pen these words on the eve of the laying to rest of one of Liberia’s most illustrious masters of the pen, Joseph Saye Guannu. We feel joy because he dedicated virtually his entire adult life to writing, especially documenting the country’s history from the days what is known as Liberia today was a colony, before 1822. As a teacher, he molded the minds of the country’s youth, both in grade school and university. As an author, one of the very few indigenous…
We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Della Irea King Reeves (Te Dell) on Saturday, September 4, 2022, at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, USA. The late Mrs. Della Irea King Reeves leaves to mourn her loss, her children: Shirley Collette (Kish), Caesar Reeves (Bessie), Windell Reeves (Wanneh), Angela Bedran (Sami), Robertetta Augusta Reeves, Kymberline Zeblay (Alex), Denise Reeves; Glynis Reeves; several grandkids; her sisters – Clementine Vincent and Annie Smith; her brother – Caesar King; a host of several foster children, relatives, friends and mentees in the United States, Liberia and worldwide.
The Porte Family announces the passing of their father, brother, uncle and grandfather, Mr. Leopold Qualniah Porte, in Barnersville, Monrovia. He lives in the memory of his wife, Josephine Travers-Porte, his children, Niahson (Kadi), Quallyna (Richard), Wulwyn (Verlyn), six grandchildren and a host of other beloved relatives and friends. He will forever be in our hearts and memories.