- 63 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 17, 1950
- Place of birth:
Njinibi, North West Province, Cameroon
- Date of passing: Feb 17, 2013
- Place of passing:
Miami, Florida, United States
|Let the memory of Dr. Ralph be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Dr. Ralph Nji Takeh, 63, born on January 17, 1950 and passed away on February 17, 2013. We will remember him forever.
Ma Justina Takeh (Wife) @ 786 399 9320 or 305 934 9210
Quinta Takeh (Daughter) @ 305 494 4329
Ma Beatrice Tekeh (Sister) @ 305 761 5919
VIEWING AND FUNERAL SERVICE:
VIEWING: SATURDAY MARCH 2, 2013
FROM 1:00 PM TO 4:00 PM
CHURCH SERVICE FROM 4:00 PM TO 6:00 PM
ADDRESS:1ST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BUNCH PARK
15700 NW 22ND AVE. MIAMI, FL. 33054
WAKE KEEPING : 18501 NW 7TH AVE MIAMI, FL. 33169 FROM 7:00 PM UNTIL...
An account has been opened for Ralph at the Bank of America
Account Name: Quinta Takeh (Takeh Memorial)
Routing number : 063000047
Account number : 898056305958
Address : 3735 Trevor Ct, Tallahassee, Fl 32303.
Call Quinta or text her with the deposit number.
Thank you for your contribution
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
FORT LAUDERDALE INT' AIRPORTY
CALL Roger Takeh at 305 924 7746
Please please, call before you take your flight.
HOME PROGRAM: Dr. Ralph was laid to his final resting place in Njinibi Village on Sunday, March 24, 2013.
"The lord gives and takes. As you have been called by God almighty may you rest in his infinite peace and mercy. R.I.P. papa Ralph"
"beloved uncle, you remained a great lost to us. we will live to remember you for ever in our memories for your generosity and financial support to many family members, relatives, family friends and to the njinibi village. what mankind love most is what the lord taketh . may you R.I.P. Psalm115.18"
"A very special one has departed from us. The place u have left in our hearts, can't be filled by anyone. Your still, soft voice, I will always remember. All the sweet memories of u will never fade. You were such a supporter and encourager. May you enter the Master's joy. I know you are home with God and there isn't a better place. You will be greatly missed ."
"While I’ve only heard great things about Dr. Takeh from his son Keith, I am confident that his legacy of love and excellence will be carried on in the lives of those that he has touched. I send my prayers of comfort to the family and while Dr. Takeh will watch over his family from heaven, I will keep an eye on Keith while he is in Buffalo. May the peace of the Lord be with you. ~Sharon Sanford,"
"I regret not having an opportunity to meet Dr. Takeh, but I know that he was a great man based upon my opportunity to work with his son, Keith. Keith is a fine young man of high character and integrity, and Dr. Takeh's memory will continue to thrive through Keith and the family. Rest in peace in Jesus' name
Rashidi Greene, Director Academic Services, UB Athletics"
"In the midst of your pain, look to God our Father. He promised to wipe away all your tears. My heart goes out to you at the passing of Dr Ralph. May his soul RIP.
Denise, Margaret & Helen"
"The worth of a man's life is not measured by how long he lived, but by his achievements. Dr Ralph, you left us too soon, but you have accomplished a lot for not only your family, but for the MECUDA family as well. You will be greatly missed by those of us here in Miami. You offered us advice when needed and opened your doors to us at the end of the year with a party. Rest in perfect peace."
"It was thanks to Dr Ralph's sincere collaboration and determination to bring mecudans together that we created a chapter in Miami. Dr Ralph was honored at MN in 2010. In DC he was active and was looking forward to be the host in 2014. My heart goes out to the Tekeh family during this difficult loss. You are in every prayer and thought. May he RIP ! Bob Toche & Family."
"Ralph was my friend, former roomate and classmate. He was a leader and very committed in helping others. He had a quality of self confidence that all of us around him were made secure in our ability to learn our studies. We thank the "Chief" for that and will always remember him. Our prayers go out to the family he leaves behind. Thanks for sharing this great man Justine."
""Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of those faithful to him." Psalm 116:15
It has been a privilege for me to have met Dr. Ralph. He was one of the hardest working man that I know and his contribution has been felt across continents. There is no doubt that the Cameroonian's constellation has lost a star."
"My sincerest condolences go to the family of this wonderful man. He was one of the kindest, generous most family oriented men I have ever known. I know his spirit is resting with the Lord and that he is at peace. May the Lord comfort his family during their time of berevement. we Love you Ralph, but the Lord loves you more!"
"Words cannot express the sadness that I feel for the loss of Dr. Takeh. He always supported me as well as my family. He was such a devoted father, husband, uncle, brother, grandfather, church member and friend, he will truly be missed. He had such a kind and gentle presence, heaven has gained another angel. Thank you Dr. Takeh for leading by example."
"With heartfelt condolences and kindest thoughts in your time of sorrow.May the peace that comes from the memories of love shared, comfort you now and in the days ahead.
Love Nikki and Darcy Jenkins"
"I worked with Dr. Ralph Takeh at Mercy Hosipital and at Mount Sinai Hospital for about 14 years. What I will remember most about Ralph was his dedication to his family. He would always tell me how happy and proud he was of his children. He was an inspiration to me, with his dedication to work and his family. Ralph will always live in our memories and in our hearts."
"Special people are few in a lifetime and when one comes along to touch our hearts we are forever in debt because the unknown changes that they instill in our character molds us as we try to emulate what we have experienced.My life forever changed when I met my uncle and observed in him a man of true love and conviction;a man of Christ-like qualities;a man truly loved by all...farewell ."
"Psalms 37: 23-26 The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord, and he delighteth in his way. Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down, for the Lord upholdeth him with His hand. I have been young and am now old, yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken nor his seed begging bread. He is ever merciful and lendeth and his seed is blessed."
"A Dirge for Dr. Ralph:
A Lamentation of Lamentations.
We, too, heard the voice;
It was distant, clear and persistent:
“Dr. Ralph is no more”…
That day Both Family and Friends
—and Strangers, too—
Woke up in a world without
our ever-present and ever-ready Dr. Ralph:
It’s a different world…
A world in which we are speechless and in shock.
One thing we can and should do is to pray"
"A complete and appropriate new wardrobe is provided for each traveler. God and His Angels called you away. Angels rejoiced as you walked through those Pearly Gates in heaven. You were my shining star when you opened your door to me, a loving brother and an adorable father to your kids. You left us for a better and beautiful place, God’s home, where there is abundant peace and love. Rest in Peace"
""It is only the lord who knows why you have to leave us this soon at this time. Haven knows you have done your part on earth. You did, indeed touched and made an impact in so many life's both at home and abroad. Now that you must go, the almighty will guide and watch over you, he will make his face shine upon you and give you peace." The Mutangas family."
"Ni, your name will continue to sound as melody in the ears of those who know you especially MECUDANs in the USA. Your words of encouragement and your moral and financial support to MECUDA-USA will keep you alive forever even as we’re robbed of your physical being.
Adieu Ni and RIP
Commie Ateh & family"
"Hi Ralph Logansport:
This inscription on a tombstone in Tombstone Arizona, applies to you.
"Here lies Ralph; he done his damndest!""
"It was just last week l was thinking about Dr. Raph, because during our village meeting in Houston l heard he was sick. We signed a get well card for him and since then l had not heard anything about him. I was shocked to read that he is no more.
You have left this world of sorrow, and are free from pain and harm, and now rest in peace and comfort, in the blessed Savior's arms."
"Well, those of us who believe in God can only have faith that God is telling us a story about our lives. Every minute HE provides us to live is so precious. We should cherish it and ask what we did to better the lives of others. Dr Takeh was a good man per the pouring condolences. Our Sympathies to all! Brother, RIP.
For Tata's family in the US and Njikob"
"Brother, May your passage to the greater beyond be without any obstacles."
How sad it is to see you go ahead so soon. In addition to your utmost care for family, you also took good care of your community of Metta people. I recall vividly your role in the transition of MECUDA in the US from simply a one chapter organization (MECUDA-DC ) to the national organization we now call MECUDA-USA with many chapters. I recall your participation at the DC convention"
"To the family of Dr. Takeh, In our desert of grief, Jesus can provide an oasis of hope. We know that even in our darkest moments of life He will never abandon us. He will guide us with His never failing presence thru. both the welcome and unwelcome changes of life. In Jesus name."
"Oh Lord,what can l say? You give and you take away.Dr. Takeh had an angelic traits that only few people share.His constant concern for others while forgetting himself. When I arrived in U.S ,you opened your door to me when no one could. When l got married, you co-signed my car note when no one could. When l had no insurance, you sent me medicines.You'll ever be missed. Rest in peace ."
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