The Late Mrs. Cecilia Modu Wallace

Mrs. Cecilia Modu Wallace Dies

The Wallace, Cole, Kennedy and Obey Families announce with profound sadness, the home going of their wife, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, and great grandmother, Mrs. Cecilia Modu Wallace (nee Cole) of Stockbridge, GA.

The sad event occurred in Atlanta on February 23, 2016, in Georgia, United States of America. She was 77.

Mrs. Wallace served for many years as Administrator of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Monrovia.

PUL, SWAL Open Book of Condolence for Williams

The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) in collaboration with the Sports Writers Association of Liberia (SWAL) will jointly open Book of Condolence for fallen Liberian journalist, Numennie Williams.

A release from both institutions say the Book of Condolence will be opened on Wednesday, April 6, today, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the headquarters of the PUL on Clay Street in Monrovia.

The late Nummenie P. Williams

Ex-SWAL Boss Funeral Friday

The funeral rite of former President of the Sports Writers

Association of Liberia (SWAL), Nummenie P. Williams, is set on Thursday, April 7, at the Lady of Lebanon Parish, on Capitol Hill, Monrovia.

He was 44 years old.

According to a family source, the former sports journalist and member of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) will be taken from the Samuel Stryker Funeral Home at 8:30am to the Lady of Lebanon Parish at 11:00am.

Coach Jenkins Doe loses his mother, right

Coach Jenkins Doe Loses Mother

Madam Elizabeth B. Daniels, mother of one of Liberia’s most promising coaches, Jenkins Doe, has died.

Madam Daniels died at her New Kru Town residence on March 26.

She was 89 years old.

According to Coach Doe, the funeral of his beloved mother is set for April 9 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church near Twe Farm, beginning at 9 a.m.

Burial will follow thereafter at the Brewerville cemetery. Madam Daniels leaves to mourn her four children.

The Late Dr. Walter L. Brumskine

Dr. Walter Brumskine, Liberia’s Only Urologist, Cared for His Patients Though Most Couldn’t Afford

The funeral mass of Dr. Walter L. Brumskine, Liberia’s only urologist, was held yesterday at Our Lady of Lebanon Catholic Church at Capitol Hill, Monrovia.

In his eulogy to his fallen uncle, Counselor Charles W. Brumskine, now head of the Brumskine family, said “So many of God’s people could not afford the cost of Dr. Brumskine’s medical services, but he cared for them.

Cllr. Brumskine recalled that his uncle was a very jovial doctor, always joking with his patients. “We don’t know if it was your jokes or your medicine that made them well,” he stated.


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