SakerPride - "Telling the Saker Story & MORE"
This Page is a CONTINUATION of the "IN MEMORIAM" Page posted at:
 http://www.sakerpride.com/IN-MEMORIAM.html
It serves the same purpose, which is to HONOR OUR SAKERETTE SISTERS WHO HAVE GONE ON BEFORE US, and KEEP A RECORD OF THEIR PASSING ON TO ETERNITY. MAY THEIR SOULS REST IN PEACE!

GONE, BUT CERTAINLY NOT FORGOTTEN!
PRECIOUS IN THE SIGHT OF THE LORD IS THE DEATH OF HIS SAINTS
Psalm 116:15
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
Mrs. CHRISTIANA CHOP NGONG
STUDENT #74, CLASS OF 1967
SUNSET: Mother's Day, Sunday May 10 2015
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It is with an overwhelming sense of sadness that the news of the demise of ExSSA-USA's Very First and Longest-Serving Chief Whip was received yesterday, Sunday May 10 2015, which was MOTHER'S DAY!
Some of us got the news via the following post that her daughter, Class of 1988's Rosemary Ngong Kiffa put up on Facebook early in the morning:
"I love you mom. My best friend, my sister and my daughter at the same time. 
You told me everything was fine and that you were ready, because you know the Lord.
I saw you take your last breath this morning 5/10/15 @ 03:28.
Rest in HIS comfort. Father Lord take good care of her in heaven.
Please have her at your right hand side where my grandmother is.
My heart is broken but your spirit will make me strong.
Love you mom."
​While waiting for the Family to communicate Funeral Arrangements, we offer our Sincere Condolences to the CHOP & NGONG Families, and specifically to our SAKERETTE SISTERS, Class of 1969 MAJOR - Aunty Magdalene Chop Wango (Sister), Class of 1988's Rosemary Ngong Kiffa (Daughter), & Class of 1991's Prudence Ngong Muluh (Daughter) and The Class of 1967 COMRADES.
Hardly ever have The Apostle Paul's Words in Philippians 1:21 rung truer, than for Mrs. CHRISTIANA CHOP NGONG:
"For to me, living means living for Christ, and dying is even better." 
(New Living Translation)
GOOD NIGHT, DEDICATED SAKERETTE! WE SALUTE YOU FOR YOUR VALIANT SERVICE! SEE YOU IN THE MORNING!
STANDING TALL & DIGNIFIED, Aunty Christy and the WOMEN OF VALOR she birthed and raised!
L to R: Mrs. Grace Ngong Njie, Aunty Christy, Mrs. Rosemary Ngong Kiffa (Class of 1988), Mrs. Prudence Ngong Muluh (Class of 1991)
Celebrating 50 Years of SISTERHOOD with her Class of 1967 COMRADES at the Last ExSSA-USA Convention she attended in 2013, in New York.
L to R: Aunties Bertha Ngen Tarkeh, Syh Chongongei Massango, Christy Chop Ngong, Janet Mboti Ngongi and Esther Tanga Gadpaille
SINGING AWAY, (one of her favorite things to do), at the 2013 New York Convention, with her Class of 1967 Classmates!
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CHRISTIANA CHOP NGONG ... THE SAKERETTE.
A PICTURE TRIBUTE OF SORTS FROM THE SAKERPRIDE ARCHIVES ...
At Saker Baptist College, 
in February of 1967
At THE LAST ExSSA-USA Convention she attended in New York, August 2013
As a Member of ExSSA-BAMENDA, 1981
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW A COLLECTION OF PICTURES FEATURING AUNTY CHRISTY- THE SAKERETTE, OVER THE YEARS ...
ExSSA-HOUSTON,  (plus "back up" from their ALWAYS supportive neighbors, ExSSA-DALLAS), celebrating along with Late Aunty Christy Ngong at the THANKSGIVING ceremony held by her family in her honor not up to a year ago, on June 28 2014!
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
Mrs. HANNAH BASAME MOLONGWE
STUDENT #1049, CLASS OF 1977
SUNRISE: 13 October 1957 ~ SUNSET: Tuesday, May 19 2015
It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of PLUCKY CLASS OF 1977's Mrs. HANNAH MOLONGWE nee BASAME.
She passed away on Tuesday May 19 2015 in Yaounde, Cameroon, following a Diabetic Coma.
She was based in Yaounde and retired a couple of years ago as a midwife.
She leaves behind a husband, 2 daughters, (having previously lost 2 sons to Sickle Cell), & 3 grand children.
Our deepest condolences to her family, and to the Class of '77.
May her soul rest in peace.
Sis Hannah, (1st from left,Back Row, in glasses), with her Plucky Class of '77 Classmates in BUEA, during their 2013 Annual Convention.
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PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW A FEW PICTURES TAKEN AT THE DOUALA AIRPORT TONIGHT
(06/09/15)
PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE  TO VIEW A FEW PICTURES TAKEN AT THE WAKE
(06/12/15)
REMEMBERING GRACE AMBO ANGYIEMBE
STUDENT #1241 - CLASS OF 1982
SUNSET: 5 JUNE 2000
A few days ago, out of the clear blue sky, I received a very moving email from  Mrs. Lovelyn Nchedah Angyiembe Anagho whom I had never heard of or from before. Here is an excerpt from that email:

"Good Morning Ma SakerPride. I hope this message reaches you in good health and prosperity. Permit me introduce myself properly. My names are Angyiembe Lovelyn Nchedah Epse Anagho and I am a class of 1995 Sakerette. My mum was the late Grace Afah Ambo of the 1982 class who passed away in 2000 in Ebolowa. She was married to Justice Angyiembe David Akoh who also passed away last year on the 14th of October 2014 In Bamenda. I live in the U.K. with my husband and two lovely kids and am a member of the ExSSA Royal County Branch. ...
I have some photos of my Mum and Dad and also some of my Dad's funeral that I would like to send to you. I think not many people are aware he passed away because I still get some asking after him. ..."

Any wonder then that you are now READING & VIEWING this post? Who would NOT grant such a request? 

GOD REST THE SOULS OF GRACE & DAVID ANGYIEMBE & WATCH OVER THE CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN THEY LEFT BEHIND!
Grace and David Angyiembe at Grace's Graduation from Saker Baptist College in June of 1982
Picture to the right: Resting place of Justice & Mrs. Angyiembe in Ngwo Village, Njikwa Sub-District, Northwest Region, Cameroon.
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PHOTO ALBUM COMPRISED OF THE PICTURES SENT TO SAKERPRIDE by Mrs. LOVELYN ANGYIEMBE ANAGOH, IN MEMORY OF HER DECEASED PARENTS
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THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
PIONEER Mrs. BERTHA MUTTO NJIE EFFANGE
STUDENT #27, CLASS OF 1966
SUNRISE: JUNE 16 1948 
SUNSET: Friday, OCTOBER 16 2015
www.bertha-effange.last-memories.com
The sudden death has been reported of PIONEER Mrs. BERTHA MUTTO NJIE EFFANGE, long time member of ExSSA-YAOUNDE and current member of ExSSA-BUEA who attended last weekend's ExSSA-CAMEROON AGM in Kumba. She passed away in Buea yesterday, Friday October 16 2015, shortly after attending a wake.
Our deepest condolences to the Njie and Effange Families, particularly to her only surviving son, Mr. SAMUEL MOKA EFFANGE.
It should be recalled that her daughter, Ms DORIS LIMUNGA EFFANGE, passed away not up to a year ago on November 29 2014 in Buea, just 8 months after her son, Mr. NAKA EFFANGE passed away on March 31st 2014 in Buea as well. 
(Her husband, Mr. MEFONDO EFFANGE, had preceded them all in death a few years earlier, in 2003.)
MAY HER SOUL FIND REST & PEACE ETERNALLY!!!
The WAKE in her honor and her FUNERAL SERVICE have been scheduled for 
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 2015 respectively, in BUEA.
FOR MORE DETAILS, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK TO 
HER MEMORIAL WEBSITE BELOW:
www.bertha-effange.last-memories.com
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THE EFFANGES
Mr. Mefondo Effange (RIP), Mrs. Bertha Njie Effange (RIP)
Mr. Naka Effange (RIP), Mr. Moka Effange and Ms Limunga Effange (RIP).
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW A PICTURE ALBUM CHRONICLING HER LIFE
As a young SBC Graduate back in 1966
SBC Student 
in the mid 60s
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THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
MARGARET ESEMBE
STUDENT #1289, CLASS OF 1982
SUNSET: Saturday, October 24 2015
The death has just been reported of Class of 1982's Ms MARGARET ESEMBE. She passed away today, October 24 2015 in Yaounde, leaving behind her mother, (who got blind last year), and two children-  a son and a SAKERETTE Daughter/CARAT Adele Son Manga of the Class of 2010. She worked as Bursar at GBHS Limbe, and was a member of ExSSA-LIMBE. Our deepest condolences to her Mother and her Children, as well as to ExSSA-LIMBE, and the rest of her Family, Friends, & Classmates. GOD REST HER SOUL!
PLEASE CLICK ON PLAY BUTTON ABOVE TO VIEW PICTURE SLIDESHOW SET TO MUSIC by HER GRANDSON
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PICTURES OF THE WAKE HELD IN HER HONOR IN COLORADO, USA
PLEASE CLICK ON PLAY BUTTON ABOVE TO VIEW SNIPPET OF HER PIONEER CLASSMATES SINGING A SONG FOR HER!
PLEASE CLICK ON PLAY BUTTON ABOVE TO VIEW SNIPPET OF SAKERETTES SINGING 
"THERE'S A GRAND OLD HIGHWAY"
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SNIPPET OF THE EFFANGE FAMILY FAREWELL SONG, (Douala Version of "A WONDERFUL SAVIOR IS JESUS MY LORD) rendered BEAUTIFULLY with the able assistance of Aunty Stella Nwigwe Anyangwe's TENOR voice!!
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SNIPPET OF THE FEDO REPRESENTATIVE'S FAREWELL MESSAGE.
PLEASE USE THE CONTROL BUTTON AT THE FAR RIGHT OF EACH VIDEO CLIP TO EXPAND VIEW TO FULL SCREEN!
PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW PHOTO ALBUM OF THE FUNERAL 
(BUEA, Saturday November 7 2015)
PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW OF THE FUNERAL IN LIMBE (Saturday 7 2015)
PLEASE CLICK ON PLAY BUTTON ABOVE TO VIEW SNIPPET OF PIONEERS SINGING 
"I KNOW WHO HOLDS THE FUTURE"
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
MAGDALENE TABEBOT DOHBIT
STUDENT #4752, CLASS OF 2005
SUNSET: Thursday, November 19 2015
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the death of CLASS OF 2005's STUDENT #4752,  MAGDALENE ENOW DOHBIT nee TABEBOT. MADO, as she was fondly called, passed away in a Guarantee Express Bus accident in Kon Yambetta - Bafia - on the Yaounde-Bamenda) road, on Thursday November 19, 2015. She was a graduate of the Advanced School of Public Works and a civil engineer by profession, working at the Ministry of Public Works in Yaounde. She got married just last year and so moved to Bamenda where her husband resides and on the day of her demise, she was traveling to Bamenda from Yaounde to visit her family. She leaves behind her husband and a son. 
Our deepest and most sincere condolences to them, as well as to the rest of her family, classmates  & friends. Our hearts and prayers go out to them
May her soul Rest In Perfect Peace.
**(A Brief Narrative of the Accident is available at: http://allafrica.com/stories/201511201239.html )**
The death has been reported of CLASS OF 1977’s Mrs. RACHEL AFUH SIKOD, (STUDENT #840), a retired nurse from Bamenda General Hospital. She died on December 3rd 2015 at Mbingo Baptist Hospital and she will be laid to rest on Saturday, December 13 in Bali. 
Further details will be communicated as soon as they become available. 
MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE & MAY GOD COMFORT HER FAMILY & FRIENDS!
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
RACHEL AFUH SIKOD
STUDENT #840, CLASS OF 1977
SUNSET: Friday, December 3rd 2015
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
Dr. ESTHER OBI OBEN BESONG
STUDENT #2515, CLASS OF 1992
SUNSET: Sunday, March 20 2016
We regret to announce the death of Class of 1992's Dr. Esther Obi Oben, Sister of  Susan Oben Tabot (Class of 1995/97) and of Ulanda Oben.
She passed away in Yaounde on March 19th 2016 after a protracted illness, incidentally on the same day her father Late Mr. Samuel Oben Besong alias SOBCAM died,  15 years ago. (March 19th 2001).
​The remains of our beloved sister have been transported to LIMBE, SW Region where a WAKE KEEPING has been planned for Friday, April 15 2016 and BURIAL in Okonyenge Quarters in KEMBONG Saturday April 16th, 2016.
She leaves behind a mother and numerous aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters, cousins and relatives and well-wishers to mourn her passing
May her soul rest in perfect peace with the Lord.
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
CLARA MONJOWA NJOH
STUDENT #1910, CLASS OF 1988
SUNSET: Sunday, April 10 2016
We regret to announce the demise of Class of 1988's CLARA NJOH. She passed away on Sunday, April 10 2016, at the CDC Cottage Hospital in Tiko. 
Burial is scheduled for Saturday, April 23 2016 in Bokwaongo, BUEA. She leaves behind both her parents, her two children, and her three siblings. Our condolences to them, as well as to the rest of her Family, Classmates and Friends. MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE!
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
DELPHINE KAJIH LAKA
STUDENT #1340, CLASS OF 1983
SUNSET: Monday, May 30 2016
We regret to announce the demise of Class of 1983's DELPHINE KAJIH LAKA. She passed away on Monday, May 30 2016, in Bamenda, after a protracted illness. She leaves behind her daughter, her mom, and her siblings, 2 of whom are SAKERETTES as well: Susan Kajih (Class of 1981) and Kah Kajih Fomuso (Class of 1988.) Our condolences to them, as well as to the rest of her Family, Classmates and Friends. 
MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE!
PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE TO THE LEFT TO VIEW PICTURE ALBUM OF THE FUNERAL SERVICE HELD AT PCC BASTOS ON JUNE 6 2015, AND ON IMAGE TO THE RIGHT TO VIEW PICTURES OF MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD IN HER HONOR A YEAR LATER (MAY 2016)
JUNE 25th 2016: Burial - Bali Cameroon
SAKERETTES/CLASS OF '83 REPRESENTED BY:
Esther Ashu, Efeti Monono Quan, Vivian Abolo, Josephine Chia & Flor Awasum
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
BRENDA KEMBOU NUMBI BOUJEKE
STUDENT #4976, CLASS OF 2006
SUNSET: Monday, May 28 2016
The death has been reported of Class of 2006's Student #4976, Brenda Numbi. She passed away in childbirth on May 28th 2016 in Douala, and tragically, the newborn baby also passed away a few days later. May both their souls rest in peace.
As the Funeral Program posted above right indicates, Brenda was laid to rest last Saturday, June 11, 2016. Our condolences to her family, friends and classmates.
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
CATHERINE MOJOKO QUASHIE NTONIFOR
CLASS OF 1986
SUNSET: Tuesday, August 30 2016
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​It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing on to glory today, Tuesday August 30th 2016, of ExSSA-CAMEROON's VICE SECRETARY and vibrant MEMBER OF ExSSA-BUEA, Class of 1986's Mrs. CATHERINE NTONIFOR QUASHIE, who, quite recently, was "in the news" by virtue of her being the MOM of Class of 2016's Miss Monela Mah-Ngum NTONIFOR who came second at the G.C.E Ordinary Levels, with 11 Straight "A"s!

​Wow, Cathy! Spoke to you on the 19th and 20th, and it was all about Monela being blessed with a Unique Birthday Gift since the GCE results came out on the eve of her Birthday, and how she would be heading back to S.B.C. for High School "next month"! Heard you had been sick and had to be rushed to the hospital on Sunday the 28th. Lots of us PRAYED & PRAYED & PRRRRRAYED ... but now you're gone - on the 30th!!! So, what about the 3 children - and their Dad (who turned out to be my classmate); whose pictures you forwarded, nicely labeled? The plan, (after posting the GCE SUCCESS STORY), was to add you and your sweetheart to the list of "SAKERETTES who wound up marrying SBC TUTORS" on the CONNECTIONS Page, NOT add YOU to the List of "ANGELS" on the IN-MEMORIAM Page!!!!
I remember, distinctly, asking you how come you were not in the pictures of ExSSA-BUEA celebrating Monela! I also did not get why my suggestion that you and Monela just take and send a "selfie" instead of worrying yourself searching, was not an option ... WOW!!!!
GO IN PEACE, MY DEAR!!! REST!!!!


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SAKERETTES at the Wake for Catherine held in Atlanta, 
on Friday, September 9 2016
Standing, L to R: Florence Ebwe Jordan, Eisther Wasamba Mbake, Elizabeth Ndonyi Wallang, Esther Egbe Ayuk, Judith Ebwe & Linda Geh;
Sitting: ??, Belinda Enyong, ??, Evelyn Fuoching Fuller
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
SYDONIE A. LEKE
CLASS OF 2004
SUNRISE: February 17 1987 ~ SUNSET:  September 10 2016
The death has been reported of Class of 2004's SYDONIE LEKE. Sydonie, who had been resident in South Africa for about a decade, died on Saturday, September 10 2016 in Yaounde-Cameroon, just months after her father's passing in March of this year. 
We extend our heartfelt condolences to her Mother, siblings and classmates, as well as to the rest of her family and friends.  
May her soul rest in peace.
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PHOTOS OF FUNERAL CEREMONIES IN BUEA & BAMENDA
(Friday, 09/23/16 & Saturday 09/24/16)
The death has just been reported of CLASS OF 1972's Sis CATHERINE ARREY. Sis Catherine who is a member of ExSSA-LIMBE and erstwhile teacher at the Nursing School in Limbe, (retired), passed away this morning Tuesday, October 25 2016 in CHICAGO, IL where she was visiting with her daughter, CLASS OF 2006's ALETIA ARREY.
Sis CATHERINE ARREY who battled a lot of adversity as a single mom trying to raise her kids finally lost her battle with multiple myeloma in Chicago on the 24th of October.

About a month ago, Sis Catherine left Cameroon to come visit her daughter, Class of 2006's ALETIA ARREY who resides in Chicago but unfortunately, upon her arrival in Chicago O'hare International Airport, she was unresponsive and had to be taken straight to the Emergency Room. She later was admitted at Presence Resurrection Medical Center where she received treatment for multiple myeloma. She felt better and was sent to Presence Saints Benedict Nursing Home for rehab to prepare her to go home and be with her daughter. On Monday, October 24th at 5 am, she was found unresponsive in her wheelchair at the nursing home and was rushed to the hospital where she was diagnosed with pneumonia from which she did not survive. 
We extend our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family. May her Soul rest in peace!
The death has been announced of CLASS OF 1974's Sis COMFORT TEMBU NDIVE, of ExSSA-LONDON (U.K.)
Sis Comfort who had been admitted in St Thomas`s Hospital in London, lost her battle with Cancer on October 27 2016.
She is survived by daughter Honorine Ngum Tembu and husband Mr. Peter Ndive. Our condolences to them and to the rest of her family.

Any additional information surrounding this event will be posted as soon as it becomes available. 
MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE!

THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
COMFORT TEMBU NDIVE
STUDENT #597, CLASS OF 1974
SUNSET: Thursday, October 27 2016
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With her friend and Class of '74 Classmate, Sis Catherine (Mammie) Ilongo, just last August 14 2016!!!
​CHAMPIONING THE CAUSE FOR SICKLE CELL ANEMIA ...
SHE SURE PUT HER TIME ON EARTH TO GOOD USE!!!
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
PATRICIA NGONTOKE HONGLA
STUDENT #3050, CLASS OF 1996
SUNSET: Sunday, November 6 2016
The death has been reported of CLASS OF 1996's PATRICIA NGONTOKE HONGLA. She passed away in the early hours of Sunday, November 6 2016 at the Limbe Regional Hospital. She leaves behind her a host of classmates, friends and family members to mourn her, notably, her husband, her 2 children, and her SAKERETTE Sister, Esmeralda Bekono Hongla (1998/2000).
Our deepest condolences to them all.
May her soul rest in perfect peace.
More information will be posted as it becomes available.
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FUNERAL PROGRAM - VIEWING, SERVICE & WAKE
CHICAGO, IL - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 2016
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
CATHERINE ARREY
Student #439, CLASS OF 1972
SUNSET: Tuesday, October 25 2016
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PHOTOS OF FUNERAL CEREMONIES IN CHICAGO 
(Saturday 11/19/16)
HER FUNERAL SERVICE IN LONDON, UK
Saturday, December 3rd 2016
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PHOTOS OF FUNERAL SERVICE
LEFT: ExSSA-DOUALA WELCOMES HER HOME IN SONG AT THE DOUALA AIRPORT (12/07/16)
ABOVE: FUNERAL IN LIMBE (12/16/16)
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
Mrs. PRUDENCE MBENKUM SANYI NGONG
Student #113, CLASS OF 1968
SUNSET: Saturday, December 17 2016
Late Sis Prudence Mbenkum Sanyi Ngong at the 2015 ExSSA-USA Convention in Minnesota
The sudden and shocking death has been reported of Class of 1968's Mrs. PRUDENCE MBENKUM SANYI NGONG. Sis Prudence who has been a member of the Buea, Bamenda and Minnesota Chapters of ExSSA passed away in the morning hours of Saturday, December 17 2016, in Bamenda. More information will be posted as it becomes available. Our deepest condolences to her family, friends and classmates. 
May her soul rest in peace.

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PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PHOTOS AT DOUALA AIRPORT, LIMBE MORTUARY & LIMBE FUNERAL
(Wednesday 12/07/16 & Friday 12/16/16)
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
Ms CLARA BODYLAWSON ACHU
Student #1776, CLASS OF 1987
SUNSET: Sunday, December 18 2016
The death has been reported of CLASS OF 1987's CLARA BODYLAWSON ACHU. Clara who passed away on Sunday, December 18 2016 in Bamenda, leaves behind her mother and her 3 children, her friends, family and classmates to mourn her sudden departure. Our condolences to them all. Funeral 
May her soul rest in peace!
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PHOTOS & VIDEO SNIPPETS OF WAKE IN MARYLAND  
(Saturday 12/23/16)
PLEASE CLICK ON ICON ABOVE TO VIEW 12 PAGE FUNERAL BOOKLET FOR LATE CLARA BODYLAWSON ACHU
(BIOGRAPHY, ORDER OF WORSHIP FOR THE FUNERAL SERVICE, TRIBUTES) 
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PICTURES REPRESENTING HER LIFE STORY.
(FROM HER FUNERAL BOOKLET)
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW PHOTOS FROM FUNERAL ACTIVITIES (VIGIL, MORTUARY, CHURCH SERVICE & BURIAL) 12/29 & 12/30
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
EMMERENTSIA OBEN-ETCHI TAKEM
CLASS OF 1997
SUNSET: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4 2017
The Oben-Etchi , Oben and Ayomo Families have announced the death of their Daughter, Wife and Sister Class of 1997's Emmerentsia Oben-Etchi Takem (Mama) who passed on earlier today - Wednesday, January 4 2017 after a brief illness.
Funeral Arrangements will be posted as soon as they become available. MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE!

We are deeply saddened to announce the passing into eternity of CLASS OF 1983's STUDENT #1422, EUNICE MAYUMBELO.
Eunice, who arrived the U.S. from her native NAMIBIA in mid-December, passed away this morning, Saturday JANUARY 13 2018 at Edwards Hospital in Naperville, Illinois, (CHICAGO area), U.S.A after a brief illness. 
Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
She will be so sorely missed by her family in Namibia, friends, students, classmates The EBUNE Family, (her CAMEROON Foster Family). Our condolences to them all, particularly, her 2 daughters and 2 grandchildren
May her soul rest in peace.
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
EUNICE MAYUMBELO (STUDENT #1422)
CLASS OF 1983
SUNSET: Saturday, January 13 2018
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A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

Eunice Mayumbelo left Namibia for Zambia during the Namibia liberation struggle in the late 70s. Shortly afterward, she and a group of other Namibians went to Senegal for secondary education. Because of the language barrier there, they were sent to Cameroon where she attended Saker Baptist College, joining the graduating Class of 1982, in 1978. 
After Cameroon she went back to Angola where she received a scholarship to France to study French and a diploma in education. Upon independence she returned home where she enrolled for her education degree at the University of Namibia.
Eunice was a French Teacher for the past 22 years at Dawid Bezuidenhout Secondary School and was also teaching French at the Franco Namibia Cultural Centre. She just completed her Masters in Education late last year. She leaves behind two daughters and two grandchildren.

The death has been reported of CLASS OF 2000's LOLITA EBOLO NWOKORIE (STUDENT # 3701) . Late Lolita passed away this morning (Saturday, January 27 2018), at the General Hospital in DOUALA, CAMEROON and she leaves behind her husband, 3 young kids and a host of Family and Friends to mourn her passing.
MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE!!!
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(Courtesy of Mr. Edwin-Daniel NDOKO & Mr. Gervase NDOKO)
Eunice's 2 Daughters with SAKERETTE Fabric that draped their mother's casket.
Eunice's EBUNE siblings
IN CHICAGO ...
IN NAMIBIA ...
PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO ALBUM OF FUNERAL CEREMONIES IN NAMIBIA 
(Courtesy of Ndeshi Hangula-Shikwambi)
SAKERETTES in NAMIBIA at Funeral: Front Row, L to R: Ndeshi Hangula-Shikwambi, Libertine Kautwima, Maria Kaleni Hiyalwa.
Back Row, L to R: Marie Junius-Ameya, Ndilimeke Shikongo-Ankama and Hilda Lukileni-Kanelombe.

THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
LOLITA EBOLO NWOKORIE (STUDENT #3701)
CLASS OF 2000
SUNSET: Saturday, January 27 2018
THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
MARY NABILA GWANYAMA (STUDENT #2388)
CLASS OF 1991
SUNSET: Saturday, 26 May 2018
ExSSA-LONDON 
AT FUNERAL 
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THE DEATH HAS BEEN REPORTED OF
CLEMENTINE HADDISON (STUDENT #1492)
CLASS OF 1984
SUNSET: Friday, 24 August 2018
We deeply regret to announce the passing of Class of 1984's CLEMENTINE HADDISON.
She passed away at her Mile 1 home in Limbe - Cameroon, on the night of Thursday, August 23rd breaking Friday, August 24th 2018.
The funeral program is set for September the 8th 2018 at the family residence behind the Regional Hospital in Mile One starting at 12 noon. Burial will follow immediately after the service.
We offer our sincere condolences to her family, friends and classmates.
May her soul rest in peace.
IN MEMORY OF
 NDI AMY AJUA MEFA'A (STUDENT #3286)
CLASS OF 1997/99
SUNSET: Wednesday, 29 August 2018
​We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Class of 1997/99's NDI AMY AJUA MEFA'A on Wednesday, August 29 2018 in London, after a valiant battle with breast cancer.
Our heartfelt condolences to her family - particularly her mother, Mrs. Martha Ndueh Ndi who is herself a CLASS OF 1972 SAKERETTE, her classmates, friends and all who mourn her passing.
May her soul rest in peace.
28 May 1981 - 29 August 2018
IN MEMORY OF
SUSAN ENO MAMBEI (STUDENT #4396), CLASS OF 2003
SUNSET: Wednesday, 29 August 2018
It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing, on Wednesday, August 29 2018, of CLASS OF 2003's SUSAN ENO MAMBEI, in Oklahoma City, U.S.A. We extend our heartfelt condolences to her family, classmates and friends.
Sakerette Cousins to the deceased include: Toboko Nkeng, Ndip Nkeng, Ketchen Nkeng, Lucy Ebude Tansinda, Joan Tansinda, Bessem Eno Oben
Sakerette Aunties include: Bache Eno Nkeng, Laura Eno Dimite, Aggie Tong
May her soul find eternal rest in The Lord. (Mambei was laid to rest on Saturday, September 22nd 2018, in Maryland, USA.)
29 April 1987 - 29 August 2018
IN MEMORY OF
DAPHNE (MARTHA) NGOWO FOHTUNG (STUDENT #555), CLASS OF 1973
SUNSET: Wednesday, October 31st 2018
It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing, on Wednesday, October 31st 2018 of CLASS OF 1973's Sis DAPHNE NGOWO FOHTUNG, in London.
We extend our sincere condolences to her family - her daughter and mother in particular, her SAKERETTE Cousins, Sis Regina Mbah Mbafor ('77), Glory Fonyonga Bangura ('81), the Fielding & Njinimbam Sisters, and all who mourn her passing. May her soul rest in perfect peace. 
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IN MEMORY OF
 ESTHER TAKEM BESONG EKALE (STUDENT #2250), CLASS OF 1991
SUNSET: Saturday, January 11 2019
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Mrs. ESTHER TAKEM BESONG EKALE on Saturday, 11th January 2019 in BUEA, after a brief illness, at age 45. 
Late Esther leaves behind her spouse, Mr. Ewane Ekale, her son, and her parents, Mr. Achuo and Mrs. Agnes Besong, as well as a host of SAKERETTE MBUAGBAW sisters to mourn her passing.
We extend our heartfelt condolences to them all, and to the rest of the bereaved Family.

Late Esther will be buried on Saturday the 26th of January 2019, in Buea.
May her soul rest in perfect peace.
1974 ~ 2019
IN MEMORY OF
 MARGARET BAAH TANDAP (STUDENT #316), CLASS OF 1971
SUNSET: Sunday, February 10 2019
​We are deeply saddened at the passing into eternity of CLASS OF 1971's STUDENT #316, Mrs. MARGARET BAAH TANDAP, (a "MAYOR") which occurred on Sunday, February 10th 2019.
Sis Margaret who was once President of the ExSSA-BAMENDA Chapter, a Member of the JUBILEE CHOIR and who attended the ExSSA-CAMEROON Convention this past January, will be laid to rest in NKWEN - BAMENDA, on March 16th 2019.
 She leaves behind 3 children, her mother, and her husband, Dr Tandap, to whom we address our most sincere condolences.
May her soul rest in peace.
Receiving the Knight of the Cameroon Order of Valor medal on 20th May 2014.
IN MEMORY OF
 HELEN NJOMO MOLUA IKUNDI (STUDENT #782), CLASS OF 1976
SUNSET: Monday, March 11 2019
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We announce with deep regret the transition into eternity of CLASS OF 1976's STUDENT #782, Mrs. HELEN NJOMO MOLUA IKUNDI.
Mrs. Ikundi, erstwhile Fako Divisional Delegate for Secondary Education and Chairperson of the Middle Farms Presbyterian Church, passed away yesterday, Monday March 11th 2019 in Virginia, U.S.A.
We extend our most sincere condolences to her family, particularly to her 2 SAKERETTE daughters, MILLIE (2005/07) and JOFFI IKUNDI (2007/09)
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Delivering a Eulogy at PC Middle Farms - Limbe, in her capacity as Elder and Chairperson of the Congregation. (2011)
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A DELEGATION OF THE SAKERETTES TRANSGLOBAL ALLIANCE PAYS A CONDOLENCE VISIT TO THE IKUNDI FAMILY IN VIRGINIA ON SATURDAY, MARCH 16th 2019
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VIEWING & FUNERAL SERVICE IN MARYLAND - USA
Saturday, April 6th 2019
FUNERAL CEREMONIES IN CAMEROON
Arrival of her Mortal Remains at the Douala Airport.
(Tuesday, April 16th 2019)
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FUNERAL SERVICE IN LIMBE
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IN MEMORY OF STUDENT #3014
 GERMAINE NGOWO AKWO NTUI
Sunrise: May 8th 1981 ~ Sunset: July 31st 2019
It is with deep sorrow that we report the passing of CLASS OF 1996's STUDENT #3014, Mrs. GERMAINE NGOWO AKPO NTUI, yesterday, Wednesday July 31st - just a couple of months after her 38th birthday!
We extend our most sincere condolences to her husband, her 3 kids - the youngest of them being barely 2 years old, her parents, and to all who mourn her passing.
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace and may God grant her family and friends the fortitude to bear the loss.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF FLORENCE EMADE NGOLE
STUDENT #1120, CLASS OF 1980
SUNSET: Tuesday, September 17 2019
We announce, with profound regret, the transition into eternity of Class of 1980's STUDENT #1120, Ms FLORENCE EMADE NGOLE today, Tuesday September 17th 2019.
Florence passed away at the Methodist hospital in Sugar Land Texas, following a recurrence of the cancer she had so valiantly battled in the last few years.

We extend our most sincere condolences to her Children, Classmates, Friends and Family, most especially her SAKERETTE SISTER, Class of 1985's Evelyn Ngole and her Sister, Mrs. Faith Senge Bate who was her caregiver. 

We pray for COMFORT for the NGOLE Family as a whole, given the fact that this blow comes a little over a year after they laid their mother - Late Mrs. Bertha Bokoe Ngole to rest in August of 2018.
May her BEAUTIFUL, GRACEFUL and KIND soul rest in perfect peace!
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF MAUREEN AYUK,
STUDENT #2443, CLASS OF 1992.
SUNSET: Thursday, November 7 2019
The sudden death has been announced of CLASS OF 1992's STUDENT #2443, Ms MAUREEN AYUK.
LATE Ms MAUREEN AYUK passed away on Thursday, November 7th 2019 in DOUALA, CAMEROON, leaving behind her father, siblings, nieces and nephews to mourn her passing.
We extend our heartfelt condolences to them, as well as to her grief-stricken CLASS OF 1992 CLASSMATES who fondly refer to themselves as the "KOMBATTANTS". 
May their fallen  COMRADE'S soul rest in perfect peace!
The WAKE in her honor in ATLANTA, GEORGIA on 11/09/19)
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(Houston, Saturday, November 16th 2019)
IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
FLORENCE ATABONG (STUDENT #1584) & LISETTE OJONG 
(STUDENT #1574), 
both of the CLASS OF 1985
It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of:
CLASS OF 1985's STUDENT #1584, Ms FLORENCE ATABONG, who passed away on December 30 2019 in Maryland (U.S.A.) and
CLASS OF 1985's STUDENT #1574, Ms LISETTE OJONG who passed away in the U.K. in December of 2019 and whose funeral took place on Monday, January 6th 2020.

Our heartfelt condolences to their respective families, their friends, their CLASS OF '85 CLASSMATES and to all who mourn their passing.
May their souls rest in peace!
Late Florence E. Atabong
November 9 1968 ~ December 30 2019
IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
H.E. AMBASSADOR MARYANNE FOSSUNG 
(STUDENT # 739, CLASS OF 1976)
Sunset: February 3rd 2020
Left:With the President of Liberia, H.E. GEORGE WEAH Top: With President of Senegal, H.E. MACKY SALL (February 2018)
Top: Sis Mary Fossung in her Saker Baptist College Days, Circa 1976
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(Maryland, Saturday, February 1st 2020)
It is with deep sorrow that we report the demise of CLASS OF 1976's Sis MARY FOSSUNG (STUDENT #739) who, until her passing on February 3rd 2020, in TUNIS, served as AMBASSADOR EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA TO THE REPUBLIC OF SENEGAL WITH OVERSIGHT OF ITS FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE REPUBLICS OF GAMBIA AND CAPE VERDE.

We extend our sincere condolences to her SAKERETTE Sisters - Edith Fossung (Class of '79), and Anne Fossung (Class of '81), to her SAKERETE Step Mom, Sis Judith Galega Fossung (Class of '67), and to the entire FOSSUNG FAMILY. May her soul rest in perfect peace!
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
Ms BERNADETTE ABOH ASHU ONYAMA
(STUDENT #2242 ~ CLASS OF 1991)
 July 8, 1954 ~ December 6, 2019
It is with sorrow that we announce the transition into eternity of CLASS OF 1973's STUDENT #505, Mrs. DORIS NANYONGO NJIE MONGO in Maryland, USA. She passed on on Friday, December 6th 2019, and a WAKE/CELEBRATION OF LIFE was held in her honor and memory on February 1st 2020, ahead of her FUNERAL CEREMONIES slated for February 29th 2020.

We hereby extend our heartfelt condolences to her husband, children, grandchildren and siblings she leaves behind, to the NJIE and MONGO Families as a whole, and to all who mourn her passing. MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE.
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​Given that she served, until her passing, as AMBASSADOR EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA TO THE REPUBLIC OF SENEGAL WITH OVERSIGHT OF ITS FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE REPUBLICS OF GAMBIA AND CAPE VERDE, she was given a STATE FUNERAL that stretched from TUESDAY, MARCH 3rd 2020 to THURSDAY, MARCH 5th 2020, as follows:

TUESDAY, MARCH 3rd 2020:
THE SIGNING OF THE BOOK OF CONDOLENCE BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA H.E. DR. GEORGE MANNEH WEAH & OTHER LIBERIAN STATE OFFICIALS AT THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4th 2020:
WAKE-KEEPING HELD AT PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH.

THURSDAY, MARCH 5th 2020:
REMOVAL OF MORTAL REMAINS FROM THE SAMUEL A. STRYKER FUNERAL HOME AND FUNERAL AT PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH
FUNERAL CEREMONIES IN LIBERIA FOR H.E. AMBASSADOR MARYANNE FOSSUNG 
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President GEORGE MANNEH WEAH on February 4th 2020
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF Mrs. DORIS NANYONGO NJIE MONGO 
(STUDENT # 505, CLASS OF 1973)
SUNSET: December 6th, 2019
Memorial Website: https://www.forevermissed.com/forever-reme/about
It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of CLASS OF 1991's Ms BENADETTE ABOH ONYAMA ASHU (STUDENT #2242), on Tuesday, March 24th 2020 in Maryland, U.S.A.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to her family, particularly to her SAKERETTE AUNT, Ms. FLORENCE ONYAMA, CLASS OF 1985.
She was laid to rest in BUEA on July 11 2020.
May her soul rest in perfect peace!
IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
Dr. GRACE AROHKESI BESONG (CLASS OF 1969; Student #205),
Member of the CAMEROON COLLEGE SINGERS & Erstwhile S.B.C. TUTOR
It is with profound sorrow that we report the passing, on April 12th 2020, in Limbe, of CLASS OF 1969's, Student #205, Dr. GRACE AROHKESI BESONG.
Late Dr. Grace Besong was an ALTO Singer in the FAMED CAMEROON COLLEGE SINGERS Choir that toured NORTH AMERICA in 1969 and she subsequently taught in Saker Baptist College in the mid 80s.
Our express our sincere condolences to her family and to all who mourn her passing.
MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE!
Sister Grace Besong stands 2nd from Left on the Front Row, with her Fellow Choristers.
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
ANNE KIMBI (Student #3425; CLASS OF 1998)
It is with deep sorrow that we report the passing of CLASS OF 1998's STUDENT #3425, ANNE KIMBI, on Sunday May 10th 2020 - MOTHER'S DAY of all days, at Hopital General in YAOUNDE. She leaves behind a son. She will be laid to rest on the 23rd of May 2020.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and to all who mourn her passing.

MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE!
IN LOVING MEMORY OF FLORENCE NFONGEH
(Student #1264; CLASS OF 1982)
Sunset: Monday, May 18th 2020
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of CLASS OF 1982's STUDENT #1264, Ms FLORENCE NFONGEH.
Florence who passed away unexpectedly in BAMENDA today, Monday May 18th 2020 was the younger sister of CLASS OF 1978's Ms THERESIA NFONGEH.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to her, to the rest of the NFONGEH family and to all who mourn her passing.
May her soul rest in peace!
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF DORA EYAMBE
(CLASS OF 1979)
Sunset: Tuesday, June 30th 2020
It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of CLASS OF 1979's Ms DORA EYAMBE yesterday, Tuesday, June 30th 2020 in Richardson, Texas after a brief illness.

Late Dora Eyambe was:
- SISTER to Mrs. Angela Woode nee Mokom (Class of 1982).
- AUNT to Dr. Tabogho Takang nee Chu (Class of 1998), Dr. Maloa Affuembey nee Chu (Class of 2001), Linda Eyambe, Elsie Musango Eyambe and Dr. Lydia Eyambe.
- SISTER-IN-LAW to Mrs. Mbene Eyambe nee Ntuba (Class of 1990) & Dr. Felicitas Mokom nee Atabong (Class of 1985)
We extend our most sincere condolences to them, as well as to her son Dieudonne, her siblings and the entire family.
May her soul rest in perfect peace.
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Homegoing Service @ J.B. JENKINS FUNERAL HOME on June 25 2020
IN LOVING MEMORY OF JULIANA TIENJO
(Student #682; CLASS OF 1975)
Sunset: Wednesday, July 29th 2020
It is with profound regret that we announce the passing of CLASS OF 1975's STUDENT #682, Ms JULIANA TIENJO which occurred yesterday, JULY 29th 2020 at the MUTENGENE BAPTIST HOSPITAL, after a protracted illness.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to her Family - her husband, Mr. Emile Teleu and their 4 children particularly, Classmates, fellow ExSSA-YAOUNDE Chapter Members and Friends.
May her soul rest in peace.
(She was laid to rest on Saturday, September, 5th 2020.)
It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing into eternity of SAKER BAPTIST COLLEGE'S STUDENT #67, CLASS OF 1967 "COMRADE" Mrs. MARTINA OGHEM NKONGHO nee TAYUI.

Late Sister MARTINA, younger Sister of SAKER BAPTIST COLLEGE'S Longest serving Principal, Late Mr. WILLIAM NSO TAYUI, (aka BABA), passed away yesterday, Saturday, September 12th 2020 in BUEA, after a protracted illness.

We extend our deepest condolences to the TAYUI & NKONGHO families, and most especially to her SAKERETTE DAUGHTERS:

- ALICE BESSEM NKONGHO (Class of 1990) and
- JAQUELINE ETAKA NKONGHO (Class of 1995),

as well as her SAKERETTE NIECE-IN-LAW,
- Mrs. BEATRICE MENSAH TAYUI (Class of 1981)

May her soul rest in perfect peace.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARTINA TAYUI NKONGHO
(Student #67; CLASS OF 1967)
Sunset: Saturday, September 12th 2020
IN LOVING MEMORY OF NELLY "COCO" NYAMBI
(Student #2234; CLASS OF 1987)
Sunset: October 2020
It is with sorrow that we announce the death of NELLY "COCO" NYAMBI - STUDENT #2234, Class of 1987.

Nelly who passed away last week in Porto, Portugal, is survived by her mother, Mrs. Rachel Nyambi; 2 sisters, Mrs. Lanita Tanyi and Mrs. Shupina Ningahi, a brother, Mr.Tita Nyambi, and 5 nephews.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to them all, as well as to the rest of the family, friends and classmates she leaves behind to mourn her passing.

Funeral arrangements will be posted as soon as they are made available.

May her soul rest in peace.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF FRANCES EBUDE EBONG nee ELUME
(Student #3537, CLASS OF 1999)
Sunset: Saturday, November 7th 2020
It is with such a heavy heart that we announce the passing, this day - Saturday, November 7th 2020, of Mrs. FRANCES EBUDE ELUME nee EBONG, STUDENT #3537 of the CLASS OF 1999, in the United Kingdom, following a very brave battle she waged against cancer.

Our hearts go out specifically to her husband, Mr. SAMEH EBUDE, the 3 young children she has left behind, her SAKERETTE MOM, Mrs. GRACE EWANG ELUME (Class of 1977), and her fellow ExSSA-MIDLANDS SAKERETTES who did such a fine and consistent job visiting, cheering and encouraging her. 
We also extend heartfelt condolences to her entire family.

May her soul rest in perfect peace!!!!
IN LOVING MEMORY OF LILIAN ELINGE NGALAME
(Student #3759 CLASS OF 2000)
Sunset: Thursday, November 19th 2020
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing, on Thursday, November 19th 2020 in Buea, of (Graduating) CLASS OF 2000's LILIAN ELINGE (DIONE) NGALAME, due to Kidney Failure.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to her family, friends and classmates as they grieve and pray that they will be comforted.

May her soul rest in peace.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MAGDALENE WANE
(CLASS OF 2011 - HS)
Sunset: Thursday, December 10th 2020
We are deeply saddened to report that the graduating class of 2011( upper sixth) has lost one of its members. 
MAGDALENE WANE passed away at 1pm on Thursday, December 10th, 2020, in MUTENGENE, leaving behind a barely 1 year old son. 
Her parents having preceded her in death, she was mother to her siblings as well.

May her soul rest in peace!
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(December 19th 2020)
IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELIZABETH MONDOA QUAN
(STUDENT #1298, CLASS OF 1982)
Sunset: Sunday, January 10th 2021
It is with such a heavy heart that we announce the passing of CLASS OF 1982's STUDENT #1298, Mrs. ELIZABETH QUAN nee MONDOA.
She passed on today, Sunday, JANUARY 10th 2021, in CANADA.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to her HUSBAND, her SONS, her DAUGHTER-IN-LAW and her GRANDCHILDREN, as well as to her SIBLINGS, SIBLINGS-IN-LAW, FRIENDS, CLASSMATES and EXTENDED FAMILY, amongst whom are her SAKERETTE
- SISTER, Mrs. SUSANNAH MONDOA NFONOYIM (Class of 1978),
- SISTERS-IN-LAW, Ms. SIKE QUAN (Class of 1980) and Mrs. MISSY QUAN KISOB (Class of 1984) as well as a host of 
- SAKERETTE COUSINS & NIECES.

May your gentle, kind and loving soul REST IN PEACE, dear ELIMA!
You will be so sorely missed, "MY DIAH"!!!