4 thoughts on “  In Loving Memory of our beloved Mother Esther Old-Lady Amos

  1. My deepest sympathy to the bereaved families. Her memory lingers on. I have taken treatment at the Esther Amos Clinic in Rock hill GSA road . The clinic should always be kept. It serves the community and dwellers.The workers are receptive and professional. May mother Esther Amos gentle soul rest in peace.

    Cllr R. Esther H. Barclay
    email: ebarclay2013@yahoo.com

  2. Your death was a shock for me when Madia sent me the text. Ma Esther our mother as your were affectionately called my we your children will surely be missed. I remember when you came home a year ago to celebrate with us your children and other family members how happy you were to see us. I cried so much for you on yesterday. Joe, Madia, Jonathan and all who were near you I say a very big thank you. It’s painful but it was time for her to leave the stage. Hmmm this is difficult. Rest in perfect peace mama, rest in perfect peace Ma Esther until we meet again. Sorry I cannot be there but my spirit is there with my sisters.

  3. Ma Esther,
    Your departure bring so much pains and memories to me. You and Ma Mary Oyoua (our mum and your sister) were very close. She would constantly speaks highly about you. You would spend hours over the phone, talking of your beloved country: Liberia.
    She left this world 3 years ago, far away from her native country, just like you recently did. I’m hurt 3 times more because, I’m going to miss 2 of my mums, and because you passed away on my birthday. The same way Ma Mary Oyoua passed away on a December 31th. These 2 days of celebration on any given day are now days of retrospect for me.
    You will always be in my heart.
    I guess, these conversations of yours will now continue in heaven.
    You both Rest In Peace.
    Love always.
    PS: To cous Joséphine, Regards from our family to yours .
    Let’s all be strengthened.

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