Sunrise: September 15, 1959 – Sunset: May 25, 2022
“I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand on the earth. And after my skin has been destroyed yet in my flesh, I will see God; I, myself, will see Him with my own eyes, I, and not another. How my heart yearns within me.” – Job 19:25-27
The Kwabo family of Barobo, Maryland County; the Williams family, the Sieh family and afterbears of Oldlady Zeay Klade (Rebecca Klade Sieh) of Gyinoyah, Garraway, Grand Kru County; the Jaffa family of Dwejeah, Barobo, Maryland County; the Badio family of Gyinoyah Garraway, Grand Kru County; the Quire family of Gyinoyah Garraway, Grand Kru County; the Sonpon Tarlor family of Picnicess, Wiah-Wufue, Jikpamu Kofa Jadueh and Wah Korh Wufueh, Barleh Kieh Nmasron, Nmah and Nagbe families of Picnicess, Grand Kru Country; the Priest and members of the St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church of Gardnersville, Monrovia; the Catholic Archdiocese of Monrovia, and the Noble Order of the Knights of Marshall, Liberia State, announce with profound sorrow the sudden demise of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and relative, Sir Knight Daniel P.M. Kwabo, affectionately called DPMK, DK, Bra Daniel, Boy D, One Copy, Uncle D. This sad event occurred on May 25, 2022, at the Fidelity Medical Clinic in Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia after a brief illness. The deceased recently resided in Barnersville, Monrovia.
Daniel leaves to mourn and cherish his memory, his loving and devoted wife of 35 years, Ruth Naomi Williams Kwabo, his gracefully aged mother, Beatrice Klonka Kwabo Jikpamu and aunt, Gladys Weade Kwabo.
Siblings: George Nimely Jikpamu, Nathaniel Teah Kwabo (Pauline), Agnes Munah Jikpamu, Cynthia Klade Jikpamu Prah (Ernest), Bethia Tanneh Jikpamu, and Gabriel Weah Jikpamu (Adobea Asare); and Louise Sanadeh Jikpamu (Deceased).
Children: Patience Tolbert (Eric), Lydia Johnson (Victor), Rebecca Klade Kwabo, Michael Patrick Nyema Kwabo, Raphael Arthur Klonka Kwabo, Ruth Fofana, Surprise Fofana, Krister Fofana, Nathaniel Tiah Kwabo II, and Sampson Dweh.
Cousins: Annie Matadi, Richard Hill (Queen), and Paul Kwabo
In-Laws: Ernest Prah (Cynthia), Christian Williams (Davietta), Pauline S. Kwabo (Nathaniel), Hannah Williams, Adobea (Gabriel)
Nieces and Nephews: Melton Klafleh Findley, Edgerlyn Tina Dixon, Carbehdy Lovetee Kwabo, Arthur Nimely Jikpamu II, Benjamin Ashley Solomon (Bechfalie), Shadrach Mentoweh (Edmus), Georgia Jikpamu, Andrew Weah Jikpamu Hughes, and Meldon Aaron Jikpamu Hughes, Daniel Tiah Prah, Ernest Francis Kwesi Prah, Beryl-Ann Esi Prah, Micah-Zoe Sanadeh Jikpamu, Gabrielle Shika Asare Jikpamu, Ethan Arthur Nana Jikpamu, James Papy Kwabo, Joyce Winnie Gould, Elton B. Nyema, Nathaniel B. Johnson, Chrisetta Williams and Christine Williams.
Grand Children: Avenette Smith, Choice Douzuah, Andy Woto, Victor Johnson, Caleb Johnson, Ruth Noah, Reign Potter, Pearl Ann Goe, and Bobbiana Wreh.
Daniel will also be missed by the Knights and Ladies of Marshall of West Africa and the St. Anthony’s Parish of the Archdiocese of Monrovia.
Wake and Funeral details are as follows:
Wake keeping: Wake Keeping will take place on Friday July 1, 2022 from 7-9pm at the St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Gardnersville to remember his life, as he remains forever in our hearts.
Removal: The body of the deceased will be removed from the St. Moses Funeral Home in Gardnersville on July 2, 2022 at 8am and taken to the Sacred Heart Cathedral on Broad Street, Monrovia.
Funeral Service: Funeral mass will be held on Saturday July 2, 2022 beginning at 9am at the Sacred Heart Cathedral on Broad Street, Monrovia.
Refreshment: Executive Pavilion, Broad Street, Monrovia.
Additional arrangements will be announced later. Meanwhile, friends and families may visit the home of the deceased in Kebbah, Barnersville, Liberia (behind the Lonestar communications tower) to sympathize with the family.
Nathaniel T. Kwabo (Brother) 0886909275/0770001171
Ruth N.W. Kwabo (Widow) – 0886683617/0770267301
Rebecca K. Kwabo (Daughter) – 0886591265/0777497984