17 thoughts on “Seklau Elizabeth Worjloh Wiles

  1. My sincere and heartfelt condolences to her husband Walter, her children, grandchildren, siblings and in laws. May her soul rest in perfect peace and light perpetual shine always. May the Almighty comfort and strengthen all those who have loved and cherished her during this very sad time. It is well until we meet again.

  2. As a Parish Church of which Bro. and Sis. Wiles affiliated whilst in Liberia, the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Paynesville, expresses heartfelt condolences to the entire bereaved families. Sis. Wiles was an active member of our parish family and her contributions to the ministry of the church will forever be cherished. We wish Bro. Walter God’s peace in these trying times and pray that our collective prayers will strengthen him and the children.
    May she rest in eternal glory.

    From: Bro. Emmanuel D. Howe, Senior Warden

  3. My condolences to you, Dr. Walter Wiles, and the rest of the family members. May God comfort and strengthen each of you during this time of bereavement. May His peace be with each of you in the days, months, and years to come.

  4. Rest in peace Aunty Seklau. You fought a good fight.
    Uncle Walter and family, may you find comfort in the Lord.

  5. From STC, to US and decades later, back to Liberia to try to make a small difference in our own Country…we shared Official and Agricultural spaces. We enjoyed sharing and selling what we grew….especially our extra large guavas.

    Walter, so sorry for the Love you’ve lost…she was a good human being. Will miss comparing our fruits, sharing helpful tips about fish farming, remedies for harmful fruits insects and everything else Convent Girls talk about when they meet.
    Oh! Ma, you are missed.

  6. Seklau, my cousin on Madam Gbeh Wreh side; my K-12 classmate (St. Teresa Convent in Monrovia, Liberia Class [f 1970); University of Liberia matriculation mate,; her maid-of- honor at her and widower’s marriage in 1977 on Big Island in Hawaii (widower, Walter’s family & my family were also friends out of Cooper Farm pre- Newport Street in Monrovia). The Wreh family join me in saying a big ” no mind yah” to Walter & Worjloh families, as well as all of us mourning Seklau’s demise. May her soul rest in perpetual peace, 🙏😭😭

  7. Uncle Walter and the Worjloh family on behalf of my late mother, Mrs. Frances Tardy Hne King (class mate of Aunty Seklau) and in the collective name of all my siblings we want to express our profound sympathy to you for the untimely passing of my beloved Godmother. “Sensee,” my Godchild, how you and your family doing and how is my Godson Walter Uhuru Geso Freeman? Aunty Seklau we are all fine oh and we thank God for life. Little did i know that your life would have been cut short and so suddenly too. But we bless God for the contribution you made to your family and to Liberia. I imagine your sharp voice and smile whenever I encountered you. So full of live and vigor. Rest in Peace God Ma. Uncle Walter to say i know what you going through losing your soulmate of more then 44 years is indeed an under statement. But take solace in the words of the great Comforter that ” Earth has no sorrows that Heaven can not heal.” It is well, it is well. Amen

  8. Seklau my darling – you will really be missed. You were so kind and loving. I remembered the dinner you had for us when we first visited Louisiana that changed my life and so many others that I shared your great knowledge with. My sister Wani and I arrived at the Wiles’ beautiful home early and were sitting with Seklau in her kitchen where she was preparing the food. At this point she had most of the food ready but was making a potato salad and a cake. I saw her take some cayenne pepper and put some in the cake and the salad. I said to her that she had made a mistake my putting pepper in the cake and salad. She turned to me and laughed and said girl this is something you don’t know about me. I put cayenne pepper in everything including ice cream, water, yogurt, I mean everything. When I returned home, I bought some cayenne pepper and started putting it in everything including drinking water – I still do that up to today’s date. I later learned from a pharmacist that cayenne pepper is really great for the body. It boosts up the immune system and very good for the heart; it also keeps the blood circulating and keeps certain cancers dormant. My Sister Seklau your beautiful garden you had at the back of your house that you shared with so many people in Baton Rouge. What a garden you had. I also went with you and Walter in your Mercedes SUV to Shreveport, LA – what a beautiful time we had. Although this trip was to help people in Liberia, you all made it really enjoyable. I know right now the “The Heavens Are Telling The Glory of God” because God’s precious Gem, Seklau, is occupying one of the beautiful mansions where my Sister, Dwela, is also a resident. My darling friend and sister may your soul and the souls of all the faith departed rest in eternal peace and may Light Perpetual illuminate your paths In The Name of Jesus!!! AMEN! AMEN! AMEN!

  9. On behalf of Rev. Maggie B. Dennis family(grandma & great grandma), we take this time to extend our deepest Condolences to the Wiles family, in this time of bereavement.
    May her soul rest in peace.Blessings to the family. Amen 🙏🙏🙏

  10. Walter, on behalf of the Mensahs, I wish to extend our deepest condolences to you and the family. You are in our prayers. May she rest peacefully and His Grace give you solace.

  11. Seklau, may your soul Rest In Peace. I am a former member of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Paynesville, Liberia, and I want to extend my condolences to the Wiles family. Dr. and the children, and loved-ones, may you find comfort in the Lord. Blessings.

  12. As we sit on this mat together, our hearts are broken. Walter, this is your old neighborhood friend, Oliver Casius Cooper praying for you and the immediate family, God’s grace and mercy as you go through these trying days. May He grant you the strength and courage to carry on as Seklau would want you to do. Be Bless and hold on to His unflinching Hands.

  13. Aunty Seklau, it is almost impossible to accept that you are gone. I will never forget how much love, kindness, and compassion you had for me. You and Uncle Walter poured so much love and time on me, to insure I didn’t fall into depression when I lost my sister: Kau Newah Gbaka, when we were at CUC. I pray that you were carried away to Heaven on the softest wings of the most gentle angel. May you stand tall on Zion, and continue to shine in Heaven as you did on Earth. Gods speed, my darling, beautiful and young auntie🙏🏾😘💕🙏🏾

  14. My Dear Cousin Seklau, you will be missed. Your beautiful smile will always have a special place in my heart. I remembered when Uncle Wiles died, and we all came to Baton Rouge; we all gathered in the kitchen to cook for the family. You said, ” Come and sit on the Krue side; even though you are a Wiles, you are also my cousin on my mother and your Mom’s side.” We had a good laugh. I remember many family reunions we attended; we were always happy to see each other. You advocated for me for my son. I will miss you. Strangely, I got an auto notice on my phone for a Facebook friend request from you on Saturday before your death. It was the second popup in one week. I did not get around to accept because I wanted to check if it was a hack. On Monday, Cousin Deborah called me to give me the sad news. My heart is broken for my Cousin Walter. I pray that God gives Walter the strength and peace to carry on. May your beautiful soul rest in perpetual peace; may your journey be smooth, and give greetings to our old folks who went before us. May you brighten heaven with your beautiful smiling face. 💕🙏🙏🙏

  15. We are surely missing you Dearest Sister, and cherish all the wonderful moments of honest love that flowed unselfishly from your big hearted nature. May you now rest in perfect peace with our Lord Jesus Christ and may His sufficient Grace rest in and comfort all your loved ones who continue on here in our Lord’s Earthly vineyard. Thank you for modeling true womanhood, Seklau.
    Your forever sister.

  16. My Dear Aunty Seklau, your passing from labour to rest has caused us so much pains to the point where words are inadequate to express our grief. We, the Amnon Family will miss you so much for the love, care and concerns your showed us always. We will forever cherish those precious moments we shared both in Paris, France and Liberia. Our prayers go out for Walter, the children and the entire family for this irrepairable loss. We ask that you take solace in the Lord Jesus Christ who is our GREAT COMFORTER. The Lord giveth, the Lord taketh away; Blessed be His Holy Name. May her sweet and gentle soul Rest In Perfect Peace, and light perpetual shine on her. AMEN.

  17. Seklau, Mrs as I commonly call you or we call each other, you are not my darling sister but instead you are my DEAR & DEAREST sister indeed and in need. Words are not enough to describe my pain. You will forever be missed and your sweet memories will always be with us. Rest in perfect peace. Until we meet again on that restoration day.

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