- 58 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 20, 1956
- Place of birth:
Zang-Tabi, North Western Province, Cameroon
- Date of passing: Oct 16, 2014
- Place of passing:
Bronx, New York, United States
|The memory of the righteous is blessed - Proverbs 10:7 Let the memory of Ni Dan Tabi be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved husband and father, Daniel Tabi, 58, born on April 20, 1956 and passed away on October 16, 2014 in Bronx, New York. A piece of us is gone - we will remember him forever.
Wife: Olivia Toche Tabi
Son: Wesley Tabi
Daughter: Joycelyn Tabi
Daughter: Chantel Tabi
Daniel Tabi Memorial Fund
Donations to support Ni Dan’s Funeral expenses can be made to the Daniel Tabi Memorial Fund account with Bank of America opened under his attorney trust account stated below.
T. Lambert Tamin, Attorney Trust Account
55 Washington Street, Suite 304, East Orange, NJ 07017
Bank of America
Account No.: 0999759919
Routing No: 026009593
Sub Account Name: Daniel Tabi Memorial Fund
Sub Account No: 582014
FUNERAL PROGRAM USA:
VIEWING: Friday Nov. 14, 2014 ~ 6:00 P.M – 9:00 P.M
Ortitz Funeral Home
2121 Westchester Avenue
Bronx, NY 10462
CHURCH SERVICE: Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 ~ 5:00 P.M – 7:00 PM
(Recommended dressing for the Church service is African traditional wear. Reception (8:00 PM - 2 AM) immediately after service - at Our Lady of Grace Chapel: 3985 Bronxwood Ave., Bronx, NY 10466 (718) 652-4817 ).
Ortitz Funeral Home Chapel
2121 Westchester Avenue
Bronx, NY 10462
Remains leave for Cameroon on Monday, November 17, 2014.
Olivia Toche-Tabi (wife) Bronx, NY (917) 930-6750
Wesley Tabi (son) San Jose, CA (408) 802-0688
Joycelyn Tabi (daughter) Bronx, NY (914) 409-7278
Solomon Tabi (brother) Chicago, IL (708) 745-4691
Joseph Mancho (nephew) New Jersey (862) 266-0653
Humphrey Abeh (brother) Chicago, IL (708) 267-2067
Philip Konsey (in-law) Bronx, NY (917) 701-6424
Robert Toche (in-law) San Jose, CA (408) 910-4103
Susan Mancho (niece) Bronx, NY (646) 667-2605
Ma Mary Mancho (sister) Bamenda, CMR (237) 9304-0957
Isaac Tabi (brother) Bamenda, CMR (237) 7792-7728
George Tabi (brother) Bamenda, CMR (237) 7767-7201
"Ih yeh!! Continue to rest in peace even as we remember your birthday here on earth. Happy 59th above."
"Toche and Tabi Family:◦Wishing you peace that brings comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold and console your hearts forever. We all loved Ni Dan very much but our Heavenly Father's loves supersedes all. RIP"
"Pah eeeeeehhhh!!!!! Ey yeeh !!! Ey eeeh!!! How can we mend our broken hearts, Pah eeeeehhh!!!!? We miss you very dearly Pah eeeeehhh!!!! . Your everlasting, impeccable and loving smile, exemplary; genuine and gentle nature will be entrenched in our memories forever. Rest in peace Pah eeeeeehhhh!!!!!"
"CHARITY AND CARE Foundation in Namibia has learned with shock of the untimely death of the late Friend/Partner Mr Daniel Tabi. The late Daniel as we knew him was a Partner of the Organization since February 2014 till his death. He was committed in promoting projects for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Africa and also had plans to establish one in his Country Cameroon, infact this is how he joined our Organization. His heart's desire was to work and help orphaned children. His immense contributions will forever be remembered. The Organization has indeed lost a valuable friend. We will miss him dearly. In God's hands he will rest, in our hearts he will live forever.
The Chairperson, Eminent Board Members, Board of Directors and the entire staff of the Organization extend their deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to the wife, children, bereaved family and friends of the late Mr Tabi. May the LORD guide you and give you strength during this difficult time of sorrow and mourning. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN EVERLASTING PEACE AND PERFECT DECORUM."
"Ih-yeuh!! You may be gone, but memories of your gentle nature will continue to shine our path in this labyrinth called earth. RIP Ni Dan!"
"Bro Dan, yours was a candle that was suppose to burn for a century and not even the wind was suppose to put it out. I still can't understand why yours only lasted a mere 58 years. I would forever cherish our memories growing up together in our great village of Zang Tabi. To say you will be dearly missed is an understatement. Your smiles, gentleness, kindness etc will endure forever. May your soul rest in eternal perfect peace."
"Rest In peace Ni Dan. we love you and the lord loves you even more.
Sis Oli may the lord continue to give you courage and may your spirit be filled with all the good times you and Ni spent together. This is a separation of the flesh , Ni's Spirit lives on .
From all The Musoros to the Toches and Tabi family , we share your pain and loss."
"Ni Dan,(E-Yuh) Rest in Peace. Auntie Oli and the kids take heart, you are in my Prayer."
"My dearest Uncle Dan,
I was blessed to have you as my uncle on this earth. Your hands help raise a child that only aspired to leave this world a better place. I write these words with only joy, because you lived a life of love and always remained in good spirits whenever approached. Our family name will live forever.. God Bless til we meet again"
"Ni, Why so soon? You and I had projects we had to carry out back home together. Now you are gone leaving me alone. How am I supposed to carry on without you? If this is the way for you to tell me to carry on I'll be watching ,then you've done it. I'll keep the promise. The LORD needs your services more than we do. Our Dad Fon J.A. Tabi once said to us"You don't know the value until you loose it". I'll miss you forever.RIP"
"Dear Ni Dan: Rest in peace. No more sorrow and no more pain!
To Oly and the rest of the family, may you all find solace in the Lord Almighty knowing Ni Dan is resting in peace."
"We are deeply saddened by the news of Ni Dan’s passing. Our heartfelt condolences to sister Olivia Tabi, his children (Wes, Joycy and Chantel ), the Manchos, the entire Tabi family in Zang-Tabi, and the NY Family of Cameroonians with whom Ni Dan has spent the last three decades.
Ni Dan was a very peaceful man who gave love and friendship to all he met. Always smiling, always happy, always fun to be around. To his beautiful children and to his dear wife, our prayer is that the memories of his simple life and peaceful nature will comfort you in his death. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
Bobe, for the Ndamukong Family."
"Hi Bro. Daniel, you really shocked me. I saw you in Miami after many years of not seeing you and you looked so healthy with your usual soft smile. Little did I know that was the last time on earth I was seeing you. As the bible says God's ways are not our ways nor his thoughts our thoughts, this means we cannot question what he does. Even as we mourn and cry for your exit we still believe that we shall meet again to never depart. May the Angels welcome you as your soul rest in perfect peace. May the almighty God give strength to your wife and children for this untimely departure."
"It's the emptiest and yet the fullest of all human messages: 'Goodbye'.
I prefer to say farewell for now, until we meet again. I am forever grateful for all the times we shared and everything you taught me. I will never forget you.
R.I.P. Uncle Dan"
May I through you extend sincere condolences to the Tabi and toche families that are bereaved following the passing on of Ni Dan. While I was never privileged to interact with the pleasant Ni Dan, I can imagine what this means to Gladys and the kids and I join you all to pray that all goes well hereafter.
In the drama of life, Each man is called to play his part and bow out. It is not up for debate or subject to any mandate. That is the pattern. Ni Dan, you did yours, and so, thanks and farewell.God bless you all,
"Fondly called E-yoh, ni Dan never frawned at anyone.
Always happy, always caring, always ontime. I am so heart
Broken but must stay strong for Oli and so should all of us.
My ccondolences to all Tabis and Toches for the
Loss is monumental."
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