My deepest sympathy to you Bill and the children. God bless and keep you all in his care.
We grew up as neighbors in Logan Town...A beauty truly will be miss.
ANNIE WAS SUCH A GIVING AND LOVING PERSON. AS YOU ALL CONTINUE TO MAKE LIFE WITHOUT HER PHYSICAL PRESENCE, JUST YOU ALL KEEP IN MIND THAT SHE IS WITH AND WILL ALWAYS BE WITH YOU GUYS. EACH TIME YOU LAUGH OR SMILE AT SOMETHING YOU ALL WILL FELL HER SMILING AND LAUGHING ALONG WITH YOU ALL. I ADMIRE ANNIE AS A MOTHER(THE WAY SHE NURTURED HER FAMILY,MADE ME STRIVE TO BE AS GOOD A MOTHER/WIFE AS SHE WAS). GOD KNOWS YOU ALL LOVE HER BUT HE LOVE HER BEST. HE ALWAYS TAKE THE BEST FLOWER FROM THE GARDEN FOR HIMSELF. KNOW THAT SHE IS RESTING AND WILL BE WATCHING OVER HER BELOVED FAMILY. MAY THE BLESSINGS OF THE GOOD LORD CONTINUE TO POUR OVER ALL OF YOU. GOD BLESS.
I remembered Annie, her brother Renken and Lokoway (Robert Mensah, deceased) when they moved from Harper to Monrovia. They lived in Mamba Point, Monrovia. I was and still saddened by her sudden passing. To her husband, children and family, you are in my prayers and remember that God loves you and He will take care of you.
No amount of good honest words will ever be enough to describe and remember Annie with. Personally, I was shocked by her death. Why so soon that she left us is something we will never know. How painful it will be for family and friends that we will never telephone her again to hear her soft, lovely voice saying hello. REST IN PEACE AB, you will be missed. My condolence to her husband and children.