Atsi
Edward Atsimbom Muluh
  • 44 years old
  • Date of birth: Jan 19, 1970
  • Date of passing: Aug 9, 2014
Let the memory of Edward be with us forever

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Edward Muluh, 44, born on January 19, 1970 and passed away on August 9, 2014. We will remember him forever.

 THANKS AND APPRECIATION FROM THE FAMILY OF THE LATE EDWARD ATSIMBOM MULUH

The family of the late Edward Atsimbom Muluh wants to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all of our relatives, friends, co-workers, classmates, and well-wishers who identified with us in our time of grief for the loss of our loved one.
We were especially touched and deeply moved by the numerous visits, prayers, calls, financial support, resources, cards, flowers, tributes, time and words of sympathy and encouragement.

Special heartfelt thanks go to the Soccer Club, PEMEXANS, MECUDA and Grace Presbyterian Church all of Houston.

You just do not know how much those kind gestures meant to each and every one of us during this very difficult period.

Edward Atsimbom was very much loved by us. Your support during the last one month of his death has shown to us the kindness that exists in this world and we wish you God's blessings for your kindness. Our family will forever cherish your kindness that was shared with us during those difficult times.

May the soul of our beloved and departed Edward Atsimbom Muluh rest in eternal peace. We loved him dearly but God loves him so much more and has called him to His Glory.

Once again, thanks very much. May the good Lord continue to bless and keep you in His Grace!

The Muluh Family

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by henry muluh on 10th August 2015

"Atsi my beloved brother I cant believe its already one year since you left us. just saw the pictures of your funeral but still hard to believe you are gone because I left you in July 2015 in good spirits.
Well what God has decided no man can change. You heeded the call from the good Lord. We all think it was too early but when I listen to your songs I say to myself you really belonged to Him and only came to this world to serve the Lord on earth and why you will never be forgotten through the wonderful compositions you left behind.
I cannot also forget that you traveled to the world beyond almost twenty years to the day Pa Muluh also went home to rest (12th August 1994). What a coincidence but I believe the Lord God is always in charge and knows what He does.
All we can do now is pray for the repose of your soul. We in Boston Massachusetts requested for prayers for the peaceful repose of your soul at the St Annes Catholic Church in Salem, Massachusetts where many Cameroonian Catholics of Massachusetts worship. Interestingly it was father Etienne Khumbah who was officiating. He gave us good food for the soul.
We will forever miss you. Once more Adieu Eduwo, Mr Spokes."

This tribute was added by Emmanuel Kengnjisu Mundi on 9th August 2015

"My son and brother
Cannot fashion the fact that it is now one year since you left us. I am sitting in the same room in Virginia when you passed last year. It shocks me that one year is gone. We know that you are in peace with the Lord. I have been in contact with your Mom in Tenessee and your elder brother in Boston. Please look kindly on them and the kids. We will for ever remember you and May God grant you eternal rest. from Alice and Uncle Ekay"

This tribute was added by Fotachi Michael on 11th September 2014

"Dear Brother,

We trod the path of peace, love and happiness together. We shuttled between GBHS Bamenda, Old town and Cow Street. We shuttled between Mankon and Kedjom with smiles and beaming faces.
We then moved to Yaounde University because we had a vision. It wasn’t a bed of roses in Yaounde, but we endured and finally left Yaounde with our heads very high. We were happy, we were proud of ourselves, we felt great. There was joy in us.

Then we entered the turbulent professional world that led us to different directions. Even so, we were always together in Kumba, Mancho Street, Bali, Douala, Buea and Bamenda. Life was good because “two is company.”

Life is different now. I am lonely in a very crowded world. The vision we shared seems to be eluding me now because a single hand can’t tie a bundle. My days are full of dreams of us that will never be again. I feel cheated, neglected and rejected. No one to prompt me to forge forward. Tears don’t seem to be of any help, sorrow has come to stay. I know why. you were my inspiration, my happiness, my courage, my comfort and my sense of belonging.

But I know why you had to go so soon.It is because are   to God, just what you were to me. He decided to call you home because only you can do what he wants done. I know you are happy with Him. I know He is happy with you. I envy you. I miss you enormously, but I know you are fine. May you shine in Heaven as you did on earth till we meet  again to part no more.

                                                Adieu Bro."

This tribute was added by grace Abong on 4th September 2014

"Atsi , May you travel safely to join your heavenly father where you came from and may your soul find a resting place with your father in heaven RIP ATSI, Grace Abong"

This tribute was added by Emmanuel Mundi on 4th September 2014

"From Auntie KYRIA and your sister PEARL WALLA

Oh my nephew, I sang for you the song, "You must never give up! Work for the Lord even when the tempter comes". You listened and nodded in acceptance, and we recited Psalm 23 together and I even asked, whether you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, and you said ,"YES" confidently. Finally you slept in Jesus in my arms. Yes we loved you but God Almighty loves you best. Adieu, my sweet singing nephew."

This tribute was added by henry Muluh on 3rd September 2014

"My dear husband Atsi, you were such a wonderful man. I’m not sure I can really express just how much I will miss you.
Not only were you a wonderful husband, but a wonderful father. Thank you for being such a good daddy to Blair when he most needed close parental care while at PCSS Buea.  

Atsi, you may be in heaven now, but I know you are looking down at us with a big smile on your face saying, “Forge ahead – make the best of life – and I’ll see you soon. We have work to do up here, too.”
Goodbye, my dear, sweet husband, and God bless you till we meet to part no more.

Shen Stephana Muluh
Sister-in-law"

This tribute was added by Fabian Sewoyeba Woyu on 3rd September 2014

"Dear Brother, it was painful to hear from one of our Christians in Finland that your earthly journey is over. I instantly thought of the efforts your made at the last moment for documents related my further studies to be ready.  How you struggled for the Synod Clerk to sign very early before journeying according to his schedule. It is barely few months and you could have seen the certificate. However God knows why. My family will forever remember you. You are also a good music friend. I remember your encouragement at the Music Seminar as a senior music friend and teacher. I know for for sure that your good works have followed you. Rest in peace!
Your Friend Rev. Woyu Fabian"

This tribute was added by Meshack Muluh on 1st September 2014

"It has been really difficult for me to take time to write a tribute for you Atsi because I still can't believe you are gone. But God knows why. Your inspiration let me to composing several worship songs, hymns and anthems. I remember how we used to sing; we would compete by switching between parts to see who could sing what part best. We would argue in the process and I will end up giving up. During church services when a choir is singing, we would listen very keenly and criticize every single detail of the song, and of course end up arguing. I will forever miss these and many other fun memories we shared together and I know one day we will meet again to sing, this time in a heavenly choir where there is perfection. After meditating and listening to the voice of God for what He has to tell me about your passing on, I stumbled on 2 Corinthian's 4:16-18 "So we're not giving up. How could we! Even though on the outside it often looks like things are falling apart on us, on the inside, where God is making new life, not a day goes by without his unfolding grace. These hard times are small potatoes compared to the coming good times, the lavish celebration prepared for us. There's far more here than meets the eye. The things we see now are here today, gone tomorrow. But the things we can't see now will last forever." It is painful that you are gone but the sorrow is temporary because there is greater joy awaiting us in a place that will last forever. I praise God because I know you are in a better place. You served God until He called you to eternal rest, to that wonderful place where there is no sorrow or pain, everlasting joy. God be with you till we meet again to part no more. RIP"

This tribute was added by Debbie Neighbor on 31st August 2014

"My condolences go out to the family and friends of Edward.  From reading about him I know he will be missed and was loved by many.  No matter what, it can truly be said that death is an enemy and soon it will be brought to nothing (1Cor. 15:26).  I have found much comfort in the Bibles promise of a resurrection hope of our loved ones at John 5:28, 29 and hope you will too.  Death was never a part of Gods original purpose, in fact he yearns to soon bring an end to it and the suffering it causes your family and friends.  Revelation 21:4 states:  "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.  The former things have passed away."  I did not know Edward, but I read his obituary and I hope these scriptures will help to bring some comfort knowing that others care.  If you would like to learn more about the Bibles promises and the hope it brings, please feel free to contact me.)"

This tribute was added by Njungi Tiga on 30th August 2014

"Yes grand Atsi,so that handshake in limbe was the last? there is alot i have to say but this pain will not let me type in peace. i remember when u said u were going to come and visit my daughter,poor Imani will not get to meet a great uncle like you. rest in peace brother until we meet again."

This tribute was added by Manish Bhattacharjee on 30th August 2014

"Flower for him"

This tribute was added by Akuh Mundi on 30th August 2014

"My Dear brother, sleep peacefully for you are now in the bosom of the lord.
Atsi, I was shocked to know of your passing. After meditating now for a few weeks, I have let go of my emotions and fully embraced God's abounding grace for he has the final say. You are now resting by his side and we thank him for your life. You are young and only the lord knows why he called you now.
I was fond of your ever smiling countenance. You were always cool and never seemed like nothing ever bothered you. You were always in good spirits. Growing up you were hardly in trouble for anything despite our sneaky ways in trying to get you to be a bad boy for once. You had fun though, just did not go overboard.
I know you braved through a lot of pain. Your resilience gave those around you hope that all will be well. As we mourn your passing, we ask of you together with our loved ones gone before you to intercede for us in heaven. Keep on smiling at us whom you left behind for you are no longer in pain.
I only have happy memories of you from our childhood days until when I last met you.
I thank the lord for sharing the same family with you and most importantly for your life. You have left us behind to carry on with your baton of life.
Keep on smiling at us for although you will be missed, your spirit will always be with us.
Sleep; peacefully sleep until we meet again
With love from Akuh"

This tribute was added by ekei leagha on 29th August 2014

"Mr. Muluh, as was fondly called. It is heart rending to hear what has happened. it was the greatest shock as i never even heard you were sick. i remember how you took care while i was in school and all the support you gave. you will forever be remembered by my family and I. if i could ask questions, what becomes of Esther and the others? What is the way forward for PECA? Who will sit at your desk in your office? etc. But above all these, i know you are resting from the hustle and bustle of life. Go thee well big brother till we meet to part no more."

This tribute was added by Hosia Ghogah on 20th August 2014

"Atsimbom, I'm still living in disbelief that you're gone too soon. Oh my God, what a world! We are all mortals and cannot question Jehovah El sha dai. We are all workers in His vineyard and at His appointed time, He will call us all home to eternal rest. When I look back to those Uni years I'm a little nostalgic and the toil after graduating was beyond measure. But in everything God worked for good and will always work for good for those who trust Him.
Atsi, you lived by faith and were such a straight-forward person. You never kept your informed opinions to yourself and these in one way or the other helped to shape the conduct of business in our family and society.
You will be greatly missed. It's been 11years since we last saw each other and it's more than painful to imagine that I will never see you again until the last day.
May Almighty God grant you eternal rest and hope to see you in the beautiful world beyond."

This tribute was added by Hosia Ghogah on 20th August 2014

"Atsimbom, I'm still living in disbelief that you're gone too soon. Oh my God, what a world! We are all mortals and cannot question Jehovah El sha dai. We are all workers in His vineyard and at His appointed time, He will call us all home to eternal rest. When I look back to those Uni years I'm a little nostalgic and the toil after graduating was beyond measure. But in everything God worked for good and will always work for good for those who trust Him.
Atsi, you lived by faith and were such a straight-forward person. You never kept your informed opinions to yourself and these in one way or the other helped to shape the conduct of business in our family and society.
You will be greatly missed. It's been 11years since we last saw each other and it's more than painful to imagine that I will never see you again until the last day.
May Almighty God grant you eternal rest and hope to see you in the beautiful world beyond."

This tribute was added by Kombem Nengabi on 20th August 2014

"Uncle i can remember when you made me attend all my literature classes in school.You made me love the subject and i still hear your voice echo endlessly in in my mind. Its hard but we have to admit that you have gone ahead to rest with God.We will all miss you. May you RIP."

This tribute was added by henry muluh on 20th August 2014

"GOODBYE MY SECOND DADDY
My second daddy, you were there for me when I needed you the most.
You helped me throughout my stay in PCSS Buea and I want to say that it is very sad that you have left us. You were the only person that was there to make me joyful when I was feeling sad.  I remember when I was in PCSS you always told me that I should stay in school and be happy.
I remember how on your way to drop Kyle in school you will stop to ask me about school and ask me if I have anything to ask you to tell daddy.
Now that you are gone, I sit and ask myself the questions: who will be there to tell my dad my needs? Who will be there to comfort me when I am sad?
So saying goodbye is a very sad thing for me. Rest in peace Daddy and see you when we meet again.

Muluhtum, Blair
Boston, MA"

This tribute was added by Rachel Muluh on 19th August 2014

"Wee Atsi,  

Na you do me so? Should a mother be writing about her child or should a child be writing about his mother? You have gone with all the songs you used to sing for me. Anyway,  I cant keep asking these questions because God knows why. I thank God for your life on earth. You praised God until you gave your last breath. You will not be forgotten because I will forever remember your voice singing praise to God. I know you are in a better place singing praises to God in the heavenly choir with the angels until we meet again to part no more.

Adieu my son!"

This tribute was added by Sandy Anguh on 19th August 2014

"Chai Atsi!!! Is this it? I was so hopeful when you told me you will be fine.Then I got a shocking call from Yvonne some days.How can this be? I thought this year was going to be different after experiencing the 3 roughest years in my life. You were ever so vibrant, so fun loving with a voice to touch hearts when you composed and sang. Maybe we didn't appreciate your talent, but God did. I believe God needs your voice for His choir. May you sing with the Angels til we meet again. ADIEU. SANDY ANGUH (COUSIN)"

This tribute was added by henry muluh on 19th August 2014

"Fare Thee Well My Brother
Edward was just 44 years old when he passed away on August 9, 2014, almost twenty years exactly after the passing on of our beloved dad (12th August 1994). While we mourn him it is important that we acknowledge and share both our joy in the gift that his life was to us, and the pain that his passing brings. In sharing the joy and the pain together today, may we lessen the pain and remember more clearly the joy.
Edward was very close to his family and to his friends. Edward was good to his friends and employers. On his sick bed he kept wondering what was happening in his office, in Jordan Choir and the Christian Men’s Fellowship of Great Soppo Buea. He was such a devoted worker that he forgot to take care of his health until we the family members insisted he was looking very ill and needed medical attention. I remember that evening in Bamenda after the burial of a cousin’s wife when my two sisters and my nephew reminded me of the need to convince Edward to forget about work and go to the hospital. He was looking very pale and frail.
I want to therefore thank the two medical officers who did all they could by giving him the best medical attention possible. I remember Dr. Fogwe calling to remind me that Edward had to come for checkup. I remember Dr. Fogwe asking me at a BOBA meeting in Douala how my brother was doing in health. You did your best but the good Lord decided it was time for Edward to depart this world.
I was also chanced to be by his side in his last few days and we enjoyed the old stories of the past. Our life as kids in Bali, then Wum where we all enjoyed farming preferably with dad and not Mum who was so strict; we enjoyed harvesting groundnuts and maize and preferred trekking to the house with the bags of maize or groundnuts on our heads than join Dad in the car; and their trip from Wum to Bamenda when Dad was transferred from GHS Wum to CCAST Bambili. How the boys travelled in a truck that was transporting our household, sitting behind the truck as the driver refused to have any of them in the cabin. How our Dad’s old LADA car breakdown around mile 50 in Wum and he hired another car, abandoning the car there for some months since he was so desperate to leave Wum.
My brother Edward you were the poet of the family filling our souls with wonderful poems most especially on the death of our maternal Grand Dad and Grand Mum. We will miss not only your poems but your singing as you were also the composer of the Vughong family. I remember the song you composed and sang with your siblings during your twin brother’s wedding. We will miss your wonderful voice but we thank God that your songs will live on. The new Presbyterian Church Hymnary has a good number of them.
Now that Edward has passed away, of course there is emptiness and pain, confusion and most especially even anger at death coming to a man of only 44 years, but in many ways, the gift of Edward’s life is still here with us. He lives on in our memories and let’s keep the gift of Edward’s life alive."

This tribute was added by Bao Jerry on 18th August 2014

"The Bible conveys a message that death is not the end of life; it is only the body that perishes, the spirit can never die ... it continues to live. This thought brings a lot of comfort during the time of sorrow. When the heart weeps for the end of a dear one's life, the mind tells us that this is not the end, but a new beginning of the journey with God. Nonetheless, when grief over death, strikes us, it becomes difficult to be able to think rationally.

The fact that we will not be able to speak to Eddy again, to hold, touch, smile, or even argue with him, is enough to make us feel vulnerable and helpless. Life would never be the same without Your presence, Cause  sine that Blach day when death takes you from i can still hear you sing song like RISE UP LAZARUS Eddy. R.I.PEACE grand frére and may your good works follow you into HEAVEN."

This tribute was added by ABRAHAM AKIH on 18th August 2014

"Dear Atsimbom, Words failed me when I got online to hear that you were no more. I gasped for words, was shocked and taken aback. I asked several questions which to this day I have not found any answers. Yours is truly an early exit from the stage of life. From our days in GHS Wum to this day you have stood for excellence in all you did. As an Administrative Secretary to the PCC Synod Clerks I saw you do your very best in the job. I could say with all certainty that our batch in GHS Wum has continued to make great strides when I saw people like you put in their all for any tasks. The Jordan English Choir Great Soppo and the entire congregation are going to miss your musical talent. It was a privilege for me to serve in Great Soppo and enjoy that talent. PECA will not be the same without you Atsimbom. Where have you left Esther and the children? My heart bleeds, groans and mourns when I think of your sudden departure from this earth. Atsi why now? What happened? Why no warning signal? I can go on and on but the only answer I get is silence. You are gone to be with the Creator who gave you to us. Fare thee well to eternity and to God's bosom. We will meet at the other side of the Jordan River when our time is up. Rest great chorister and may God's angels sing you into heaven. Adieu!!!"

This tribute was added by Edwin Anguh on 18th August 2014

"Weeeh Atsi !!! Is this how you had to go? How could we talk on Thursday and agree to see each other in a few days when I would have begun my leave; and then you shock me like this on Saturday, less than 48 hours after? We have been brothers, secretaries, personal assistants, confidants, mirrors and alarm bells. Did the time I needed to take to get to you displease you? If it did, I’m very sorry. It tears my heart apart, I’m devastated.
WE were in this journey four of us, remember? It was you, Mbom, Kielley and I, the batch of 1970. How can our own torch bearer leave us like this? Your voice sounded typically up and doing as usual, no sign that you were walking off the stage.
Look at all the things we used to talk about and plan for, the dreams and projects, all gone just like that! Was it this bad and I was completely blind to it?
I remember the swell times we had: the holidays with the grannies in Bamenda and Kedjom; that memorable vacation in Wum in July 1985; the adolescent years in Bamenda; and the UNIYAO trials and triumphs, before we went into active working life as mission college teachers. And then, you moved on to the Synod Office in Buea, following which I would later move on as well to Yaounde. Was this separation an unofficial announcement of our time together?
You were boiling with the joys and struggles of life. You were an epitome of hope and steadfastness, an icon of tolerance and peace, a creator of fun and mirth. The simple thought of you brought a smile to the face, and once you were around, it was all laughter. Thank you, Atsi, because your time with us has been so wonderful.
I also remember that you did not have it all a bed of roses once you entered active life as a teacher in Kumba. You immediately embraced a rough terrain with all sorts of mentalities, attitudes and characters. The difficulties you had just to share a home with others remain very graphic in my mind; that ugly legal squabble in which you were abandoned to yourself brings even grater pain to me now.
You were so strong that you got your fair share of happiness even from the disgusting situations in which you found yourself. The pain is further excruciating when I recall that even matrimony was not ready to give you your due.
And then we all thought that having stepped out of the classroom milieu would surely lend you better openings; but it was not obvious. It rather turned out that you had stepped on more thorns than roses. You gave us numerous accounts of an environment truly hostile to you.
In any case, you have left all of that behind. It is well now. I am comforted that all any detractor can do now is look and have nothing to do or say. You are resting from your labours. Let the sweet memories that you have left in our lives continue to inspire us to great deeds and heights.
May the Sovereign Lord who has called you out of this treacherous place keep you in His warmth and cuddle you in His grace, so that you will join the others gone before you to plead and intercede for us, as we look forward to the day of reunion forever.
You can trust that I’m really going to miss you.
Rest in peace.
Adieu!!!"

This tribute was added by goddy Chebe on 17th August 2014

"Edward,
i v not seen u in decades. i was close to your family, Peter being my friend and classmate but always hoped an prayed we will one day reconnect. now it seems that will only be in heaven.
have a safe road, prepare a place. find a room in the kingdom n shine. be a saint to all those u left behind."

This tribute was added by ndoh emilia on 17th August 2014

"Teach us how short life is, so that we may become wise.you will forever remain in our heart."

This tribute was added by ngole leonard on 16th August 2014

"The personality of  this man was beyond greatness. When i remember when he speak in class and in chapel this feeling was over whelming.He was my class master in CPC BALI and he taught us to be kind and peace loving .when i  reflect on his lyrical melodies in the chapel when he sings as a choir master , my soul cries for such a loss.my your soul rest in peace ."

This tribute was added by Martin Ketch on 16th August 2014

"As the saying goes;"from dust thou was made, and unto to dust thou shall return." Eddy,as was popularly known by close family friends.I never failed to ask of you when I spoke to Ni Henry and all I got was,all is fine.God knows best and may you have a peaceful journey unto our Lord perfect home.Linus Ketcha-U.S.A"

This tribute was added by Hedley Ungitoh on 16th August 2014

"This is a breaking moment for those of us who had the opportunity to know two Muluh Edwards, and now I have lost them both. Ahhhhh!!!!!! I saw him demonstrating Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and I could still see him saying, "if music be the fruit of love, play on", How we gazed at him in form 4 (CPC Bali) with such great amazement about how such a person could be gifted in the art of inspiring. Those lessons on; "if music be the fruit of love was taught to us by Sir  Muluh in 2002/2003 and just last week Sunday 11 August 2014, I was still reciting those great words of literature as we were going for choir ministration in Brussels, Belgium.
The other Muluh I knew was in the Chapel in CPC Bali in our school choir which I had just joined. He thought us some very strange things (sofa notations), that will define me now. How I remember great songs he taught with the same anxiety that he taught "if music be the fruit of love". I remember him teaching Zadok the Priest, I praise You Lord and My brethren Common lets Sing. You see, we have lost a gift of God to mankind and some of us in particular. I however know that God loved you more than us and I pray you are with him. My Drama Prof and My first MD you really never new me but you added meaning to my life and for that you will always be part of me and thus, I know you live."

This tribute was added by Kyria Nkeh on 16th August 2014

"Im i dreaming?I just can't believe you are no moe.Why did you have to go so soon.Its so painful because you actually gave me all hopes that you will be well again.What really happened?I saw how you struggled on that hospital bed to be with us but God had a different plan for you.I keep asking why why why,why now,why should it be you but who am i to question God.He alone knows why.Its hard and painful to accept that you are no more but i know you are in a better place.Adieu uncle"

This tribute was added by T J on 16th August 2014

"Offering sincere condolences to the family. I am so very sorry for your loss. Death was never part of our Heavenly Father’s original purpose for mankind. In fact, in His word the Bible He calls it an enemy (1Cor. 15:26) which He promises in the very near future to do away with (Rev. 21:4,5) At that time tragedies and accidents will be a thing of the past,  no one will ever get sick (Isaiah 33:24) and there will be a reuniting, a bringing back to life instead of losing (John 5:28,29) Please allow these words to be of comfort to you and give you hope. (2Cor. 1:3,4)"

This tribute was added by Gabriel Mougoue on 15th August 2014

"Hi Mr. Muluh Edwards, I can't still believe you are gone. I do believe at least you are up there dwelling with the Almighty to whom you always sang in your "choir days". May He console you and grant you everlasting peace by taking good care of your loved ones still on earth. I can't recall the last time I saw you but I can assure you that whatever I am today, you contributed in the positive way. We will always miss you saying "You Stop talking" with all articulations as stated by the Queen's Language. We all miss you! R.I.P Dear Sir and Live Forever..."

This tribute was added by BAO ELVIS on 14th August 2014

"Can't still believe that you're gone this soon Eddy! You were such an inspiration not just to me but also to many who were blessed to have their path intersect with yours. Your life was earnest, your actions were kind. You were such an active minded person,anxious to please and loath to offend. A loving brother, a gentle soul and a faithful friend. It's just a little but means a lot to say Eddy, I haven't forgot. RIP Eddy."

This tribute was added by Kadmia Ndifontah on 14th August 2014

"THIS IS THE MOST SHOCKING NEWS OF THE YEAR. EVEN THOUGH IT WAS JUST FOR A BRIEF MOMENT AT CPC BALI CHOIR I AM VERY THANKFUL TO GOD TO HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE MET YOU. MAY YOUR GENTLE SOUL REST IN PEACE!!!!"

This tribute was added by Tabi Ignatius Chum on 14th August 2014

"Tribute To OUR FALLEN  HERO EDDY
Eddy i can not believe you are no more.But we can not question the Almighty because He has the final decision.In all, we give Him thanks and praise for the gift of your life.I can't hear that beautiful voice of yours  calling me"My Doctor now how? you see how strong i deh" infact your departure from this world is too early but man can not change what God has decided.
Oh 'Idiot" as we fondly called you , may you happily join the
angels of the heavenly realm to sing " Di  ma  langa Nde Bibel", "Savior Lead Me Lest I Stray "and" I Pray You Lord For The Sinner That I am----"  
We the Staff of the Synod office Dispensary, join our voices together to wish you farewell to your Heavenly Kingdom where there is no pain nor sorrow.Rest in the
Lord. Your Doctor
Chana Jacqueline"

This tribute was added by Tabi Ignatius Chum on 14th August 2014

""REMINISCENCES OF MY SPECIAL COLLEAGUE EDS MULUH"

My dear brother EDDIE  aka "Farbour"
It's hard to believe that I'm writing a eulogy about you. Eds Muluh, I am left in shock , in pain and speechless. The familiar  phone  call i received  on Saturday ,9th instant announced the   brutal news of your exit from the stage of life. How could i believe that we talked on the phone and you kept on assuring me that all will be well. It is well  forever.
A little over five years ago, you welcomed me as i joined the Synod Office family. It was a great reunion indeed. Our paths first met on the campus of  the University of Yaounde  . We all read  English. we parted ways upon graduation  but God  brought us together  to serve Him at the Synod Office.  We did not only work together  but lived as neighbours, though we chose  to call the neigbourliness  "Farbour".
Working with you enabled me see the gentleness of your spirit, your unquenchable  thirst for music, your high intellectual endowment  and your strange sense of humour. We will greatly miss your versatile character around us.
Eds, it's true we read that death and life coexist. J.P. Clark reminds us the basic truth that man is like "a reed in the tide". John Donnes affirms that death is only "one short sleep " leading to eternal waking. This truth is reinforced by the Biblical teaching  that  death is the only way to eternity.
Your unexpected and sudden exit remains a nightmare to me and my family. The kids keep asking how is Kylie's dad????
I keep on wondering  God needed  an Administrative Assistant  in His office........ He certainly  requires   a passionate musician like you to reinforce His heavenly choir .
The wounds  will heal but the scars will remain. March on great giant for thy Heavenly Kingdom's gates are wide open awaiting your safe landing.  Sleep well dear brother . Your spirit lives on.
TABICHUM
Archivist , PCC."

This tribute was added by Nelson Awumbom Nkeh on 14th August 2014

"My Uncle, "lover of musics, singer of songs, dancer of rhythms, writer of poems, speaker of eloquent English, master of administrative assistance, Father of Children, maker of jokes and fun, spokesman, Brother, Friend, Uncle, Teacher, Adviser, counselor and Leader e.t.c.
No words can describe nor explain clearly how i feel about you leaving us with this an unexpected lost. Shocking, unbearable, unbelievable, unimaginable, unacceptable, terrible, unfair cannot qualify this lost and your departure from this world. The "cruel hands of death" has done it again. Oh death, you are no respecter of persons, you come unannounced, you show your ugly face at the moment when we least expect you, you are no friend but we are confident the love of Christ in us and His salvation prepare us for your visit, therefore we will always be prepared as My Uncle was:Psalms 23.
Mr Spokes, you were always active, smart and direct with strength, enthusiastic and zeal. You sing, you dance, you laugh, you rejoice, you create fun, you had a lot of energy, a fact which we know we still to share a lot in this life. You gave us hope and faith, joy in sadness, peace in worry, rest in tribulations and confidence you are getting along... Only for you to break down. Uncle, you fooled us. What was the need demonstrating all these strength and refuse to keep it on with us.
           Moreover,you and I have been "5 and 6", |"bull and cattle". sometimes I am even liken to you. you were the "no nonsense Uncle", always showing your command, proving your point if it means to argue to the end and most at times I will gossip with my sisters that "chai Uncle Asti di ova argue" but that was you and indeed your suggestions were accountable. Nevertheless, when I left for Nigeria, you were the first person on my prayer list. Day and night I prayed for a speedy recovery,trusting God for divine healing.I was told you were happy for all the prayers and encouraged it and even promise to stay in Bamenda for the next six months, Uncle is this six months, oh Uncle you decided to make it "Six days". Again, you refuse to wait for me, your pace was too fast for me to meet up I thought you wanted to share with me, laugh with me and for us to create the jokes and fun that we always do. You failed me and all I could see were: phones, dresses, bags, slippers, pens and pencils, is that what you kept for me,should I be discussing with material things??
Uncle, you tricked me but I thank God for your life and the words of your mouth, Psalms 23..
your Name will continue to remain forever in our hearts:

E-encouraged (1 Thess 5:11)
D-delight (Psalms 37:4)
W-wisdom (Provs 8:14, Provs 15:33)
A-active (Ephe 6:10 and 13-20)
R-rejoice (Romans 12:15)
D-duty concious and determined (Acts 17:26, Eccl 12:13)

A-Advanced (1 Corin 16:13)
T-teacher (Heb 5:12)
S-singing and songs of praises (Psalms 47)
I-intelligent (Exodus 31:3)
M-merry ( Psalms 118:4)
B-bold (1 Sam 17:34-37 and 40-50)
O-orderly (Matt 3:3, Luke 1:3)
M-making others laugh (Psalms 2:4,Gen 21:6, Psalms 126:2)

M-music (Psalms 101:1, Isaiah 28:20)
U-understanding (Phil 4:7, John 5:20, Provs 19:8)
L-loving (2 Tim 3:3, 1 Peter 4:8, Deut 11:22, 2 Chron 5:13,John 14:15,Romans 5:5)
U-uniting force (Eph 4:3, 1 Peter 3:8)
H-hardworking (1 peter 2:12)
Nevertheless, 1 Thessalonians 5:18 concludes it all,
In everything give thanks,for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.
                                 Farewell!!"

This tribute was added by Rosaline Obah on 14th August 2014

"My dear big bro Eddy, I received the shock of my life of your death while trying to update information on the internet when I saw your picture and had to leave everything else to read what followed the picture. I said No, not Mr Muluh Edward. It can't be you. But this seemed to be true when I saw many more pictures and information announcing your death. Why have you left us so soon? You always used to support my work in the NW Regional office of the PCC Communication Department, acting as reporter, giving us reports and vital information to keep our audience with what happenings in the Church. Where are you now big bro? Of course I know where you are. Perfectly comfortable with God in the Heavenly kingdom. You will always remain cherished in my heart and may your gentle soul RIP."

This tribute was added by Rosaline Obah on 14th August 2014

"My dear big bro Eddy, I received the shock of my life of your death while trying to update information on the internet when I saw your picture and had to leave everything else to read what followed the picture. I said No, not Mr Muluh Edward. It can't be you. But this seemed to be true when I saw many more pictures and information announcing your death. Why have you left us so soon? You always used to support my work in the NW Regional office of the PCC Communication Department, acting as reporter, giving us reports and vital information to keep our audience with what happenings in the Church. Where are you now big bro? Of course I know where you are. Perfectly comfortable with God in the Heavenly kingdom. You will always remain cherished in my heart and may your gentle soul RIP."

This tribute was added by Elvis Fokala on 14th August 2014

"WOW! Shocking News... I recall my several interactions with Edward (when I was a member and president of UB Pres Singers) whilst he worked at the Synod Clerk's office,...what comes to my mind as I write is his unstoppable sense of humor and addiction to always help others. His love and sense of Music I will never forget. May your soul rest in peace brother. 'Tears'."

This tribute was added by Lawrence NFOR on 13th August 2014

"Eddy, the times we shared music and our living, were all real. The days we talked poetry, marriage, raising kinds and building a sustainable future, were all real. Our God has never left us and as our joke goes, I still wonder what Nfor will be, without Muluh. As you go, be rest assured that you remain in my heart - my friend, my brother. A Dieu!"

This tribute was added by Ndifor Fidelis on 13th August 2014

"Atsi, i still cannot believe that this is true even while lighting and having lighted this candle. Anyway, i will assume the Lord alone knows why He needs you so urgently. Brother, let the angels prepare, protect and guide you as you set for upward bound. Have a safe journey.We shall meet again some day. Adieu"

This tribute was added by LIKOWO HEIRLY on 13th August 2014

"Chai sir, if any body would have told me that 2014 will be your end, i would have disagreed. I left Pa Ha Sa in 2002, since then i saw u just once in PCSS Buea. What a world to take a great singer like you. My Gospel music  today is thanks you. I love you sir Muluh but God loves you most. We will miss you."

This tribute was added by Yolande Vuks Nkeh on 13th August 2014

"Uncle Atsi.i cant still believe that you are no more.chaii uncle.you show me ooo you could not even wait for me to arrive Bamenda to assist in taking care of you as we agreed.During the last meal we had together in Buea,you told kyria and I that you will be fine.we were so worried.It is soo painful to accept that this dream is a reality.I keep God "why?? but who am i to question God.You were more than an uncle.I thought that you will wait for me to come to bamenda because we had to conclude the "gist" we started in Buea.I love you but God loves you more.Am happy because you are resting in the bossom of the lord.adieu uncle.."

This tribute was added by Felix Chick on 13th August 2014

"Eddy, there is so much that could have been said, that was not said. We had so many common dreams. My biggest regret is that we never had time to say goodbye. We were so close (Yaounde and Buea)... but yet so far away. Bros, keep smiling and singing over there.

I hope we can find the strength to manage this pain. RIP MY DEAR FRIEND till we meet to part no more!"

This tribute was added by bisi esther on 13th August 2014

"Mr muluh u know u and my little angel will always be remembered especially through the song u composed and dedicated to her "tell the love of Jesus" please say hi to her and u both rest in peace in the bosom of God.he alone knows y i will forever miss u both."

This tribute was added by bisi esther on 13th August 2014

"Mr muluh u know u and my little angel will always be remembered especially through the song u composed and dedicated to her "tell the love of Jesus" please say hi to her and u both rest in peace in the bosom of God.he alone knows y i will forever miss u both."

This tribute was added by Esther Besong on 13th August 2014

"It hurts so much to say goodbye . I can still remember  how u would  encourage me  to sing in the  school choir n even fetch me  from class when i decided to quite . I am the singer i am today all thanks to you because giving up was never  an option to you. The entire body of PHS Kumba  will forever miss you especially the School Choir. We love  you so much but  God  loves you more . Go and  prepare a place  for  us until we meet again. Adieu Adieu Adieu Mr Muluh Edward"

This tribute was added by Cynthia Nfor on 13th August 2014

"I cant belief you are gone so soon. I know you will watch over your son and Esther. May your gentle soul rest in peace."

This tribute was added by Afu Ursula on 13th August 2014

"Atsi its like a dream to me. Whenever i remember how u use to conduct the english choir of PC Great soppo tears run down my eyes. You were a loving person and always ready to help others especially when it come to gospel music. i was shocked when i last saw u very sick. Bros all I can say is that u are resting in the Lord and he will keep u safe till we meet again. You will forever remain in our hearts. RIP dear."

This tribute was added by Oscar Nebangwa on 12th August 2014

"Edward (Alias Stupid)
Four our fours years as co-workers at the Synod Office, you taught me a lot of things and advised me when I had some challenges in my department. Learning of your passing away too soon made me speechless for a whole day. I reflect a lot of things we have done together for the growth of the church. Today you are no more.  It is just 10months that you asked me to start looking for a school for you out here in the United States. Where are you today for this plan to materialize. Tears cannot bring you back to us.
God knows why He had to call you too soon. He has something better for you out there. We will do our best to support your wife and the little boy as we know they are in pain now. The good Lord will guide them through this difficult moment and lead them through the rest of the time.

RIP Brother and we will miss your talent everywhere."

This tribute was added by Fai Patience on 12th August 2014

"Jesus! this is what i said when I saw this post on facebook. I immediately logged in to the website with hopes that what I am seeing is not What is, but unfortunately in shock I had to admit you had left us. As the song says, You are gone too soon. I remember the first time we met in the music seminar in Bafut when you drew that scary circle for me to stand and audition my voice before you and Bau, and with so much fright I stood there ready to sing and when I started you could not believe the voice you heard. You had to ask where I was from and was so proud of what you heard. You encouraged me to being the singer I am today. Thank you so much for your contributions in the world of gospel music. I will forever miss that eloquence of yours. You were just everything inspirational. What a package God made you. I am glad you died in the Lord so the heavenly choir will enjoy your expertise in music. I will forever miss you. Good bye Uncle Edd."

This tribute was added by Blaze Keng on 12th August 2014

"My brother, sincerely it is difficult to think about you in the past. I have been speechless ever since i got this news. I have been asking so many questions to my self and reflecting. But one thing am happy with is the fact that you died in the lord. You died a happy man. You are safe in the arms of Christ. You shall remained deep  in our hearts, you will always stay loved and will be remembered  everyday. Rev 14:13 says  “ Blessed are the dead who died in the lord. They shall rest from their labors and their works follow them” Yes your work shall follow you as you shall now sing with a host of angelic choir. Even though we are mourning, i know heaven is rejoicing for your arrival. Prepare a better place for Tikebeng Kengjise as you used to call me. Till we meet again, stay safe."

This tribute was added by Bless Zoshe on 12th August 2014

"Uncle Edds, its difficult think that this journey's end. It is even sadder that some of us are not around to bid you "good night". But, even as you lead the way, I will always remember you for the passion we shared on CBS radio - music! Fare thee well, Uncle Edds, and please, treat the Heavens to your legendary "Class of Classics""

This tribute was added by Bless Zoshe on 12th August 2014

"Uncle Edds, its difficult think that this journey's end. It is even sadder that some of us are not around to bid you "good night". But, even as you lead the way, I will always remember you for the passion we shared on CBS radio - music! Fare thee well, Uncle Edds, and please, treat the Heavens to your legendary "Class of Classics""

This tribute was added by Rosie Kiffa on 12th August 2014

"Atsi good night. May The Lord comfort all your loved
Ones left behind. It seems as though God just looks
Around His garden and takes the best roses for
Himself. Now you have no pain and no sorrow so rest on.
Rosemary N. Kiffa"

This tribute was added by Emmanuel Kengnjisu Mundi on 12th August 2014

"Atsi, you shocked me. On the 2nd of July 2014, I talked to you to find out how you were faring. You gave me hope as you said you were okay but recovering. Why give me hope just just for this. Arrived in the USA, I have been on the phone with your mother and brothers for updates; but Aunty Kyria in Bamenda did all the briefings on your situation.
But listen, I did not care for that disheartening and disturbing and aching call of 5.00 am on the 9th of August 2014, exactly one month after I arrived the USA. What is all this Atsi? That day your sisters here were coming to visit me and show me their siblings and make me enjoy that day with them. But you spoiled it. But sleep well Artsi. God's judgement has no appeal.
I am coming to physically fare you well. Compose more songs where you are, sing even louder, worship your Maker as you lie below His throne, and as you know we all love you Atsi; look back kindly to your brothers, sisters and mother, to your uncles and aunts with whom you shared partially or wholly, these 44 years.
Sleep in Peace. God loves you surely more than we do. Amen."


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