Karamo -Trerra-Obituary

Karamo Trerra

New York, New York

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From Differences, Unity

Sharon Schultz describes her husband, Karamo Trerra, 40, a computer technician for ASAP NetSource, with a litany of carefully chosen adjectives: Principled. Disciplined. Quiet. Strong inside, gentle outside. Kind. Honest. Righteous. Religious. Solid. Spiritual. Reliable. Upstanding. Happy. Truthful. Hopeful. Easy-going. Gentle.

Here are things she said he did: Kept secrets carefully. Knew who he was. Believed in God. Gave. And gave. Studied hard. Thought. Took life seriously. Laughed a lot. Laughed at her a lot. Wanted to see people do well. Helped pick up a bleeding, falling- down-drunk man off the street. Told the truth. Thought positively. Studied people.

Here are things she said he would never do: Gossip. Waver. Back-stab. Sugarcoat. Tell a white lie. Fear people. Take anything too seriously. Get mad at anyone but her, (and only if she really, really kept at it.) Hold a grudge.

Here is how they were different: He was tall, she is short. He was thin, she says she is not. He was Muslim, she is Jewish. He grew up in Gambia, she grew up on Long Island. He laughed when watching "The O'Reilly Factor" and "Hardball." She favors "Three's Company."

They would have been married four years last September 12.

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Hi Auncle Baba. It's sarata Saidykhan. I've been thinking about you a lot over the past few years. Today more than ever. I am now 22 years old and I miss you so much. I remember your presence and the impact you had on our happiness. I just wanted to say we miss you so much. I don't know if Aunty Sharon will ever see this but we miss her and we love her too.
One day we'll meet again. Until then rest in perfect, perfect peace.

The Angels are with you! You are still in our thought and prayers

Continue rest in peace uncle

Continue to rest in peace.

We belong to Allah and to him we shall return. May Allah grant us to meet in the after life. Continue to rest in peace

Inna li lahi wa inna li layhi raja'un.
To Sharon, may G-d watch over you, you are a treasure, Peace and happiness be upon you.

always in my prayers. u will never be forgotten.

Baba was a childhood friend, we went to primary and high school together. He liked children which was his main reason to be a teacher after graduating from college. He later worked for the gambia cooperatve union before leaving for the US in 1992. I annually visited him since then and sometimes with my family.He worked and studied hard to realize his dreams.God did not call him to his graduation as a computer technician as he did not live to be part of it.It was on 911 that he planned to buy...