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Nana Paul Ebo Appafram
2nd May 1933 - 28th Oct 2020
Dearest Family & Friends You will have heard the devastating news of the passing of our beloved Husband, Dad & Granddad Nana Paul Ebo Appafram, who was suddenly called to Heaven on 28th October 2020, in Ghana. Mum hasn't been able to have visitors due to the current environment but we are grateful for all of the phone calls, messages and offers of support during an incredibly difficult time. We know that many of you would like to leave your tributes so please feel free to share them with us via this page and we will take the time to read through them all over the next few weeks. Many have also asked where donations can be sent so please feel free to donate via this memorial page. All donations will be used to support the family as we make final arrangements for our Old Man. We will use this page to provide updates on funeral arrangements but please note that due to the current circumstances there may be restrictions. Thank you for you continued prayers and God bless. The Appafram Family x
It is well. God is still in control
We thank the Almighty God for your life. You have been a blessing to the family and mankind. Your life has brought joy to everyone who came into contact with you and you will be forever remembered. May your soul rest in perfect peace Dad and shall someday meet again.
Oh Grandad, the shock of your loss is still strong. To lose you weeks after my grandma is what hurts the most. But I'm glad our last conversation was you telling me that you were proud of me supporting my parents. Whenever I think of you I think of your beard scratching me when you would hug me, your deep, husky, unforgettable voice and the smell of Guinness, how you loved that drink! These memories will never fail to make me smile. Rest well Grandad. Rest in peace - Kukuah x
The Esseku family are deeply saddened that Nana Paul Ebo Appafram has passed away. We send our deepest condolences. Nana was extremely kind and helpful. When our beloved Mr Esseku sadly passed away in 2016, Nana helped us immensely with the Final Funeral Rites and One Year Anniversary. We are very grateful, may he rest in peace.
Hmmm, it’s taken me so long to write this because I’m still somewhat haven’t come to terms that you are gone grandad. From the moment we met you took me under your wings and treated me just like one of your own grandchildren, you always had a smile followed by advice and kind words for me. Thank you for being you, I miss you and love you. Rest in eternal peace Jennifer STONY Johnson & family
It still does not seem real that you are gone. I can still hear you call me ‘Nana’ and shake your head with disappointment when I say something. I pray you are resting in perfect paradise. I’m missing you Big Nana.
MY FATHER-IN-LAW & FRIEND Poppy, I am lost for words at your sudden departure. I wonder if you sensed the end of your life as you repeatedly said to me and others how urgent you wanted to go to Ghana. I sensed how restless you were in London. I know you were elderly and your time would eventually come, however, this was too sudden and we all sigh in silence and openly with unbelief. Little did I know it will be my last time with you when we had our usual chat and laughter at Elisabeth and David's joint birthday celebration in September. I will dearly miss you my father and friend, oh our chats!! I learnt so many things from you and I thank you. You embraced me into your wonderful family and gave me your beautiful daughter Angelina and promise to continue taking good care of her in your absence. I thank you. You were a father to me and to my family when my beloved mother passed away whom you truly loved and respected. I thank you. For many others that time and space would not permit, I thank you with all my heart. My father and friend Nana Paul Ebo Appafram, rest in perfect peace in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ till we meet again. Thank you. Your son-in-law Richmond Akwasi Kennedy