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Clarence "Skip" Ellis, much-loved Professor of Computer Science at the University of Colorado, Boulder, died unexpectedly Saturday night, at age 71. He grew up in a poor part of Chicago as one of five children. Winning a scholarship to Beloit College in 1960 launched him on a lifelong passion for education. He graduated in 1964 with a BS degree, double major in Math and Physics, and then went to further schooling at the University of Illinois. His academic experience includes teaching at Stanford University, the University of Texas, MIT, Stevens Institute of Technology, and in Taiwan under an AFIPS overseas teaching fellowship. Skip is noted for being the first black man to earn a Ph.D. in Computer Science in 1969, but he was so much more. During his college years, he met his first wife, Anna Yang, and together they had 2 children, Delilah and Damon. Anna passed away in 2001 and he later found love again with Lynn St. Pierre of Boulder. Skip and Lynn traveled the world for several years, visiting parts of India, Europe and Africa. In doing so fulfilled their passion for teaching in developing countries. Skip was an amazing human being who gave back on so many levels. He loved Africa, Ashesi University, international folk dancing, sweets of any kind (literally), his extended family and his students, many of whom became lifelong friends. Skips family will miss him dearly: Wife Lynn St. Pierre, Daughter Delilah, son in law Scott, granddaughter Hendrix, grandson Samuel, son Damon, son Josh and many in his extended family. A memorial service will be held at 4 pm Thursday May 22nd at Crist Mortuary, 3395 Penrose Place, Boulder, CO 80301. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations to "Education Worldwide" or his beloved Ashesi University in Ghana (http://ashesi.org/)


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Published in The Daily Camera on May 20, 2014.
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February 24, 2015
words are not enough to describe what you meant.
Aaron Ayamga
August 12, 2014
Very sad news about the departing of a great educator who broke barriers, went to great places and influenced many people!
Chris Koy
June 7, 2014
How long have I told people about the gentlest man I know? You walked with me many times after my wife died. You spoke to me of love, death, science and life. In later years when I came dancing you made sure that my favorite old couples dance was played. Your kindness towards me and others instructs me. I savor your words. I savory the visual images I have of you, many of them with that graceful motion of yours that you developed. I hold you in my heart. I miss you.
-Michael -
June 2, 2014
Rest in peace Prof. Skip. You were such a good person. Be sure to get a winsome smile from Skip whenever you come in contact with him. One thing i have learnt from him is that he treated everyone well without discriminating. May your good works follow you so you may find rest in your Maker's bosom. Fare thee well!
Mavis Jamena
May 30, 2014
Skip will be so missed. What an amazing man! I met Skip at the University of Colorado. We had many talks about education around the world. He was one of my mentors. His spirit will live on and he has touched so many people and had a big impact.
Jessica Feld
May 29, 2014
Rest In Peace, Mr. Skip. You were highly respected on this campus.
Sonya Holley
May 29, 2014
Forever in our Hearts
Skip was such an exceptional person and very down to earth. He was a source of great inspiration for the youth of today and we're all going to miss him greatly. May he continuously rest in perfect peace till we meet again...
Ben Yeboah
May 25, 2014
Rest in perfect peace Prof. Skip. I will miss your dance lessons and most importantly that smile you always wore anytime you are seen on campus (Ashesi)..God be with you till we meet again
Benedicta Ako
May 25, 2014
Nii Apa Abbey
May 25, 2014
Skip,
Kind, gentle, even – handed, considered, thoughtful.
You were always a true spirit, and more so now.
Knowing you as a colleague for so many years was a wonderful and stimulating experience. I'll remember you always, and wish the best to all your loved ones.
Hal Gabow
May 25, 2014
Always smiling, this i show I remember you, thank you for the dance moves and your warmth with every one you met, we will miss you. RIP Skip Ellis, the world has indeed lost a great educationist
Jessica Sugru Ali
May 24, 2014
Before you left us comfortless you have really left a great mark that cannot be forgotten. RIP MR. SKIP
Oliver Mensah
May 23, 2014
A humble soul, despite all the accomplishments. Always smiling, it was an honor to have met you. You've made your mark on the world and would be remembered by many. RIP Skip.
Salome Okoh
May 22, 2014
Skip, we will miss your kind and gentle spirit, zest for life, and great sense of humor. We will remember your good-humored reassurance when you rode as Mike's passenger when he drove to Denver for the first time; our goofy origami and polyhedron parties; celebrating the New Year together Asian-style; and how much Rhombi loved hanging out in your arms when he was a squirmy little puppy. With all our love.
Mike, Ann, and Adam Eisenberg
May 22, 2014
Pleasure to have met Dr. Ellis when he visited Tuskegee University. Such a meek and wonderful man who I admired in such a short visit. An Angel who inspires and will be treasured.
Romona Brisco
May 22, 2014
I am very saddened by you demise to say the least. We had deep conversations about many things including your time at Boloit College, the demise of your first wife, your work across the world, China, etc. I spoke to you freely about very personal things because I felt confortable in your presence. Your life was an inspiration. Your selflessness and humility was rare. We have lost a gem. Not only has the world lost the first black PhD in Computer Science, we have lost the algorithm to a life of total dedication to service and loving one's neighbour as oneself.
Aaron Ayamga
May 22, 2014
May the Good Lord rest your soul.
Mary Franklin Eshun
May 22, 2014
For all you shared with us, you're very much alive in our hearts. Thanks, Skip.
Edwin Dzobo
May 22, 2014
You were a great man and a wonderful friend. I'll really miss you Skip. I believe you're in a better place. We part to meet again.
Abiola Obiwole
May 22, 2014
We met only on the plane back to Denver, but I was touched by the gentle spirit of Professor Ellis. We shared a commitment to empowerment through education, and I only wish that I could have learned more from such a wonderful human being and distinguished scholar. Without doubt his many students and colleagues will carry forward his work on earth.
Susan Niermeyer
May 22, 2014
I never had the chance to learn under Skip's guidance, but I would always keep one in mind. Always smile if you have the chance to. :)
Kofi Genfi
May 22, 2014
Enjoy your ride home Skip.
daniel botchway
May 22, 2014
There are some images of him that are coming back to me now, from his stays in Paris; yes, starting meals with desert, or laughing, but almost interiorly. I remember a very nice person.
Michel Marcus
May 22, 2014
Skip
A talk I gave in Paris, on January... When I prepared the slide attached, it was impossible for me to think that I will use it again to say bye to my friend Skip...
Najah Naffah
May 22, 2014
i cant believe that you left us, you are still too fresh in our minds, all the days we used to enjoy together, i was always looking forward to dancing on thursday, having a dinner together with the Kenyan scholar, all the photos we took, its still fresh. we will miss you may your soul rest in peace and God will fill the gap you have left in our heart till we meet again.
Rahab wangari
May 21, 2014
It saddens my heart that such a great library has fallen. I am however glad I got a piece of the knowledge in it. I am glad I listened to advise from it. Thank you skip for all your great contributions. May your soul rest in peace
Habeeb Aremu
May 21, 2014
Skip is a friend. Un grand ami as we say in French. We know each other since 1980. He joined the research team on office systems at IRIA near Versailles, France, where he introduced the workflow innovative concept based on ICN. He was a model for everyone. He liked French food, and he used to start by eating the desert. We co-authored a book, spend vacations together, my kids loved him, Agathe, Pierre and Charles, ans all the teams from IRIA and Bull Group, will be sad when I will announce that Skip passed away. Goodbye my Friend. And sorry for not being close to you and your family .. RIP
Najah Naffah
May 21, 2014
It is not always that you meet someone who is genuinely concerned about you. I cannot remember how we became friends but somehow we became very good friends. Our various conversations over lunch spanned across several topic historic (mostly about your life and growing up in the 1960's), academics, music and dance, food and several other topics. I am thankful for you. One thing I learnt from you is that it is always nice to be nice. Thank you Skip you are a sweet soul God bless you.
Gloria Kwei
May 21, 2014
Skip never taught me but I learnt one profound thing from his as he walked on campus with his bag pack: Always smile and be enthusiastic about life. He didn't have to tell it to me,I could see it in his face all the time.
Thank you Skip. You will be dearly missed.
Amanda Ofosu-Siaw
May 21, 2014
"Professor Ellis was a great man one of the most open minded person I have ever met" he was always ready to learn and also share.... May he rest in peace....
Opeyemi Onibon
May 21, 2014
i remember my first and only encounter with you; your infectious smile never faded throughout the conversation and your eagerness and excitement about the dance class was priceless..I hope you find rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Abigail, Ashesi
May 21, 2014
I was so lucky to become Skip's teaching assistant in the first year coming to US. He is such a gentle, kind, and warm-hearted man! His life is like a legend to me. He accomplished for himself, and then helped so many students all over the world accomplish for themselves! We will miss him so much!
Yanyan Wang
May 21, 2014
I must admit that i was in shock when i heard that Skip had passed away...I remember seeing him last week and even saying hello to him. Although i never had any personal conversation with him, that very first dance that we had in the MPR will always be in my memory. And even though i do not know much about him,there are three things that i do know--He was humble, passionate about what he did and loved his family.

We love you Skip and we know you are in a better place.
R.I.P.
Bridget Acheampong
May 21, 2014
If we could all be a little more like Skip, the world would truly be a better place. Of all the images I have of you, I'll always remember the last, as your rode on the "Carousel of Happiness" up here in the mountains.
Rickb
May 21, 2014
This reminds when of the many knid talks and shared meals we had and the most memorable one being the first folk dance I attended. Your personality was amazing and I personally learned alot from you. Being happy is one's decision and leaving the world a better place than you found it are the lessons I learnt from you. Rest in peace Prof. Skip.
Beatrice Migaliza Lung'ahu
May 21, 2014
My dear Skip, you were a kind man bursting with experience and wisdom. You encouraged me to think outside the box and I am glad that the few interactions I had with you were special. From the day you asked me what meal you should eat at Akornor to the day you praised me for my questions in class. We were connected together by a search for wonder that was unusual for a man of your age. So many people will miss you Skip.
Olatunde Babalola
May 21, 2014
A knowledge bank has fallen, one that we at Ashesi will miss forever. His smile evoked positive emotions, which kept his students inspired. You will forever remain in our hearts Skip . Rest In Perfect Peace Sir.
Maxwell Kwabena Asare
May 21, 2014
May your soul rest in perfect peace, Skip. You will be missed.
Zeina Kowalski
May 21, 2014
The perfect Skip expression - happiness.
Skip, I enjoyed our conversations about technology, Apple and the civil rights movement. The first time we met, you and Lynn got me a great gift, and reminded to believe in myself.

You may not be there to give me the tour as we had planned, but someday, I still do hope to come visit your home in Colorado.
Ebenezer
May 21, 2014
You wee such a joy to everyone in Ashesi rest in peace Skip Elis.
imabong Effiong-Akpan
May 21, 2014
"The old man who can dance" is what I used to say when I was asked who you were. It saddens me that I will never get to see the smile and dances moves again. I know you are in a better place now. You were truly an inspiration. Thank you Professor Skip
Judah Newman
May 21, 2014
I was truly blessed to have met you and taken your class this last semester at Ashesi. You always made the effort to know your students both in and out of class. You valued every contribution in class, and accepted them with that permanent smile on your face. Thank you for your contributions to Ashesi and the World. My thoughts and prayers are with your wife and your family. May your gentle soul keep smiling.
Emefa
May 21, 2014
If there is anything i learned from my one and only encounter with you, it was to do the 'skip' dance. Thank you for making me feel i could dance. Sleep well Skip
Jesse Opoku-Asiedu
May 21, 2014
Skip changed my life when he invited me to join his then brand new research group at CU Boulder. Without his unshaken belief in me and his wise mentorship, I would have never experienced what it means to find and have the courage to take on meaningful challenges. I will never forget the way he could ask questions in his gentle way, that were so sharp, and so relentlessly demanding an answer. Many years have passed since then. We almost saw each other last November and then again almost in January. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. Skip, I miss you.
Carlos Maltzahn
May 20, 2014
I have no doubt that until your passing, you were a happy man. I remember how a seemingly bad day for me was spinned into one that was filled with laughter after I "poorly" attempted to "folk dance" with your group. I remember how during that dance session, yourself and Lynn dedicated more than enough time to me ensuring that I became better at each move. The other thing I remember is me looking for the "folk dance" group all over campus a day earlier the following week because I had truly enjoyed that first dance session. You challenge me to be happier person and also make the world a better place. Am truly privileged to have met you.
Kabiru Seidu
May 20, 2014
Skip was such a great man. He was my graduate school adviser. Then we became friends. He will be very much missed by every member in my family.
Jun Chen
May 20, 2014
Dear Lynn and family,
Our sincere condolences. We knew Skip through the folk dancing groups, which was one of his passions. Skip was always welcoming newcomers, was absolutely amazing dancer and dance teacher. We are shocked that he passed away. His memory will inspire us (and the others in Boulder
international dance community!) to remember his grace and generosity... Natalya and Don Hartman
Natalya and Don Hartman
May 20, 2014
I have been incredibly blessed by Skip after taking his class this year. He was one of the very few lecturers that would actively try to get to know his students in and out of class. My heart and prayers go out to his family at this time. Rest in peace Skip, we will miss you.
Sedem Banini
May 20, 2014
The thoughts you shared with me in your last day at Ashesi will forever remain in my heart. You are such a kind-hearted person and you will be dearly missed.Rest in Perfect Peace Prof Skip
Marcus Bansah
May 20, 2014
May you rest eternally in the bosom of God your creator.
The pureness and beauty of your spirit, your smile, your humility, and your invaluable contribution to Ashesi and the world will forever be cherished.
Goodbye Sir
Yaa Bempong
May 20, 2014
I BELIEVE YOU ARE SLEEPING IN HEAVEN
You have fought the good fight, You have finished you course, and you have kept the faith. Our memories shall never forget you.
Emmanuel Abeilekpor
May 20, 2014
Indeed you were God's gift to us.You put a smile on my face the few times I met you. You proved to me that age is just a number and that you can achieve anything no matter your age. You did a good job and for that we are eternally grateful. Rest in peace, till we meet again
Hiickmat Abdulai
May 20, 2014
Just observing the first picture, you brought joy and happiness on the faces of so many. Your humility and clear attitude was visible. YOUR SMILE WAS ALWAYS ON. You're a blessing, bottom-line. Rest peacefully in that place. Aidos Skip.
Nana Kwadwo, Ashesi
May 20, 2014
Thank you for sowing into the great vision that is Ashesi. You may be gone, but your legacy will forever live on in the lessons you shared with the young men and women whom you shaped. Now your work is done.Rest in perfect peace. Amen.
Guinevere Aoaeh
May 20, 2014
Spending just an hour in your Africana class was one insightful, thought-provoking and fun class I will never forget. On that day, I said to myself, "Why and how did I skip this class?" You were very kind, had an open heart and a listening ear. I'm yet to see or know someone whose smile is as heartwarming as yours. Even in your absence, I still feel your presence because there is no one like you. You will forever be remembered!! Rest in Perfect Peace Prof Skip.
Barikisu Muntari-Sumara
May 20, 2014
You will be missed Skip. I have hope that you are in a better place
Nii Adjetey
May 20, 2014
I'm very sad that you are no more, Skip.

I'm very sad that you'll never get the chance again to play and teach American people the ''Oware" game I gave you. I'm very sad that I won't see you again. I'm very sad that I can only imagine you now.

And I'm very sad that last Friday was the last day we shook hands and said 'goodbye' to each other.

"Remember when the sound of little feet
was the music
We danced to week to week
Brought back the love, we found trust
Vowed we'd never give it up
Remember when" - Alan Jackson

Now I've realized that I shouldn't have told you to say 'goodbye' to Ghana and Ashesi when you are in the Plane.

You were an amazing friend and our friendship lingers on in my mind till I completely fulfill the devise you gave me.

God bless you and may your soul rest in perfect peace.

Now, I am forced to respond to the 'goodbye' you said to Ghana and Ashesi: 'Goodbye Skip' and I will miss you.
Ebenezer Asamoah
May 20, 2014
Your presence was always encouraging and your willingness and passion to teach was one of a kind here in Ashesi.We will miss tho but all the same may your soul Rest in perfect peace dear brother. I wish you all the best. Peace...
Derrick Odonkor
May 20, 2014
What first crossed my mind on hearing Skip's death today was our last meeting on Friday 16th May at 4:00am. He left me with his e-mail address, hoping to get in touch. I never thought his words "I know you will do well" were the last I was going to hear from him. May your soul rest in perfect peace, my dear friend. I'm going to miss our discussions on the difference between "doing things right and doing the right things".
Aba Wilmot
May 20, 2014
I thought I would never get a chance to dance again until I met you.
Memories of your hands holding mines as you taught me to dance are still fresh in my mind.Especially on Thursday before you left...left for good...The day we had a small get together with your Kenyan friend at Mannies... the memories are fresh in my mind now more than ever. Thank you for being so kind and caring. I thank God that I met you in my life and I hope I will learn through your memories. My God Rest Thy Sole in Eternal Peace.
Anne Gitau
May 20, 2014
Thank you for being a pioneer in computing and civil rights, and serving as an example to those of us who are still underrepresented in the field. Our achievements today build on the foundation of struggle and advancement from those who came before us.
Chad Jenkins
May 20, 2014
Prof. Skip has been a great teacher and friend and will forever be remembered. For the first time in my life, at Ashesi, I was made to think about how I can integrate technology, my culture and ethics in making decisions that will positively influence the lives of others. This was a wonderful class by Prof. Skip and every student loved the class. From your respect for students and their views I was not surprise to see so many students rush to take the "World Simulation class" with you this year. You have inspired me and a whole lots of students with your life story. You will forever be remembered in our hearts here in Ghana at Ashesi University. Rest In Perfect Peace.
Jennifer Agbenowosi
May 20, 2014
Your immense contribution to our lives here in Ashesi is a great memory..May you rest in peace.
Damaris Oltingi'di
May 20, 2014
My experience with you during last semester`s World simulation class was wonderful. One thing i took from you was standing firm for positive social movements and the importance of that universal language "SMILE".
Skip, you will forever be remembered
Amos Akoto
May 20, 2014
You were truly an interesting and fun person to speak to. May your soul rest in eternal peace sir.
Reshma Mawji
May 20, 2014
Goodbye Ellis, we respect and appreciate you, your family and your contribution to the World, Africa and Ashesi. The passion and Zeal you had for your work was outstanding. Goodbye.
Reuben Aboteseem
May 20, 2014
I was fortunate to meet Skip and his wife Lynn on Ashesi's 2012 Annual Trip to Ghana. I admired Skip's gentle spirit and thoughtfulness. He carried himself in a very approachable and unassuming manner, despite his unmatched professional and academic achievements. A gentleman indeed! Thank you Skip for your service to Ashesi and for your contributions to making the world a better place. It was a pleasure to know you. To Lynn and family – my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.
Mary Fryett
May 20, 2014
It was enough to know you. Even from a distance, your life spoke volumes about what it means to live fully...You lived a full life! Rest in Peace Skip...
Esinam Yevu
May 20, 2014
Rest in Peace Skip. God bless your soul
Sylvia Engmann
May 20, 2014
He made you see the beauty in life, with his constant smile. He enjoyed sharing, even if it was a 'hello'. He made me feel special through a comment he passed in class. He said that I had asked a beautiful question, when most times my classmates made me feel dumb. He will forever be in our hearts. The angels have one more saint. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
Esther Akoto
May 20, 2014
Skip had such a big heart. Out of his abundant compassion, he shared his knowledge in technology and his giftedness in folk dancing to the Ashesi community. What a blessing you'll remain in our lives Sir. May the good Lord comfort your friends and family even in this time of hurt, and grant you perfect peace even as you rest in His bosom.
Rhoda Appiah
May 20, 2014
Though we never spoke in school, you were one of the men I admire in Ashesi. You will surely be missed skip and now I wish I took your dance class. May Your Soul Rest in Perfect Peace
May 20, 2014
R.I.P Dear Skip. Your loving Memories will forever remain in our hearts
Amanda Naayire
May 20, 2014
I drop in much sorrow as i write these words. I salute the ingenuity and determination of Prof. Skip. He was an accomplished but humble man. I recollect the days we sat together and played "oware" together as well as your enjoyable dance skills you taught us.I am still finding it difficult to understand that you passed on. If this is true, may God reward you abundantly because you were blameless. May God keep you in His bosom and give you a higher rank than Prof. Emeritus.
Albert Mcbell Ninepence
May 20, 2014
I salute your ingenuity and determination. An accomplished but humble man. I recollect the days we sat together and we played "oware" together as well as your enjoyable dancing skills you taught us. You are so blameless and i still do not understand whether you are really dead. If this is true, may God reward you abundantly and keep you in His bosom. God bless you.You will forever be remembered.
Albert Mcbell Ninepence
May 20, 2014
That inner disposition of the heart, consisting in the imperishable quality of a gentle and quiet spirit is of great value to God.

Sleep well.
Eleanora
May 20, 2014
you left a gap so wide. May you rest in eternal peace
Joe Kaburia
May 20, 2014
May the angels of Jesus welcome you home dear one. Rest in peace Sir.
joseph agyapong Mensah
May 20, 2014
Skip was a lovely man. I never saw a frown on his face, always a smile. His dance club was a delight to me and even if no one was able to attend i would see him dancing on his own beaming with smiles. In his dance club we travelled all around the world through dance. I have no regrets about knowing him, just wish that I had known him longer. We will miss you Skip. Rest in perfect peace in God's bosom.
Wilhemina Dadzie
May 20, 2014
I write with sadness but also deep gratitude for your time at Ashesi. You shared with us your passion for ideas and dialogue, and for technology and education in the service of a better world.
Rebecca Awuah
May 20, 2014
I will always remember the wide smile you always gave anytime you met me anywhere. I admired you very much .Rest In peace. God bless
Yvette Afriyie
May 20, 2014
He was a perfect gentleman.
He will be greatly missed.
Rest in Peace.
sharon Rominiyi
May 20, 2014
What a world, Why 'skip'? why this time? a lot of questions but I believe GOD knows best and we can't question him. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Rejoice Agbleta, Ashesi
May 20, 2014
A beautiful man, a tender-hearted human, a wise soul...I always felt the sweetest sense of peace and love and acceptance in his presence. Skip, you will be deeply missed, forever appreciated and eternally loved.
Mary Huron Hunter
May 20, 2014
Skip showed me that passion and a desire to learn are everything; be it in the classroom or on the dance floor. We'll miss you here in Ashesi but we know you're in a better place.R.I.P.
Edward Opoku
May 20, 2014
What a shock! In so many ways, I felt like Skip and I had trailed each other about the world (MIT, Stanford, Bell Labs, Ashesi). Skip addressed my introduction to CS class with passion and was an inspiration to many here at Ashesi.
Charlie Jackson
May 20, 2014
A most generous human being. You will be missed dearly.
Jude Acquaah
May 20, 2014
You were a very insightful person and ever ready to share your experiences.
Kirk Amoah
May 20, 2014
You will always be remembered for your gentle persona, love for people and commitment to your work.

May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Abigail Lartey
May 20, 2014
Your life was a dance that you chose us and Ashesi to partner in, and it was truly an honour. We are humbled and were inspired by your humility and grace. Go well, and may Lynn and your family find joy in the memories of your dance.
Ruth Kwakwa
May 20, 2014
A very humble man. Skip was calm, thoughtful and cared about people. Rest in peace.
Ebow Spio
May 20, 2014
No amount of time will erase the great memories we have of you. You were kind and warm-hearted. Thank you for sharing the last days of your life with us here at Ashesi.
Jeni Quaye
May 20, 2014
You were the epitome of humility and touched more lives than you will ever know. May the Lord bless and keep you.
Rosemary Kotei
May 20, 2014
A perfect gentleman, peace loving, a trail blazer and a mentor to many. Our lives have been enriched by knowing you and forever you shall be in our thoughts. May the Almighty God keep you in His bosom...Amen!
Joseph Yartey
May 20, 2014
Your constant smiles will forever be remembered.
Emmanuel Ntow
May 20, 2014
Your constant smiles will forever be remembered.

Rest in Peace.
Emmanuel Ntow
May 20, 2014
your constant smiles will forever be remembered.
Emmanuel
May 20, 2014
Your contributions to Ashesi University College will forever be remembered.

Rest in Peace
Casper Annie
May 20, 2014
Such is life! He was indeed a great gentleman, very unassuming, well but soft spoken in every aspect of life. may His humble soul and spirit rest in perfect peace.
Anna
May 20, 2014
Skip Folk Dancing at Ashesi University, Ghana
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