- 54 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 30, 1959
- Date of passing: Mar 29, 2014
|Let the memory of Philip be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Philip Vambram, 57, born on June 17, 1956 and passed away on March 29, 2014. We will remember him forever.
"Man of Interest-The Chosen On"
The Vambram and Logan families with deep sorrow, mournful hearts announce the home going of Mr. Philip G. Vambram. Philip was a man with strong community ties. He served his community in Baltimore and across the United States and Liberia diligently for many years. He was a dedicated father, a dependable relative, a compassionate leader, a wise counselor, a faithful friend, and a passionate Christian. He was a man who greatly cherished his Liberian roots and native Bassa heritage.
In the words of Philip, "I am the Man of Interest but now I'm the Chosen One," metaphorically referring to his relationship with his fiancee Marconi Logan whom he loved so dearly.
On March 29, 2014, Philip lost his battle with cancer and succumbed to the power of death, as a transition into the arms of his Lord and savior Jesus Christ. He leaves to mourn his Faithful fiancée and friend Maconi Logan, parents Albert and Wraysaykpah Vambram in Liberia, His loving siblings: Catherine Vambram Potter, Levi, Ruth, James, Muanbun, Jainjay, and Naomi Saywrayne, His uncle Rev, Daniel W. Nankay, Aunt Martha Monway his sons: Sameyan, David, Kevin; adopted sons Elijah and Victor, ex-wife Antoinette Hopkins and host of relatives and friends both in Liberia and the United States; who were impacted, in various ways, by his cheerful personality, wise counsel, love and friendship.
"Dear uncle Philip, its Miley typing you this letter I miss you soooooo much you will never be forgotten I think of you ever day night second hour I will always remember what you told me that I am very very smart and that I should follow my heart and I will become a what you told me to be I never got to say goodbye and I did get to see you when you were sick because I was out of state we all miss you."
"Happy birthday to you Mr. Philip. Gone, but never be forgotten may your soul continue to rest in perfect peace we missed you so much!!!!"
"Happy birthday Mr. Philiph. We love you and miss you so much, your gone but never forgotten ❤️ May your soul rest in perfect peace."
"The blow was hard, the shock severe;
We never dreamed your death so near.
But only those who love can tell
The pain of parting without farewell.
God give us strength to face this blow,
What it meant losing you, no one will know.
To hear your voice, to see your smile,
To sit and talk with you awhile;
To be together in the same old way
Would be our dearest wish today.
But loving memories never die
As years roll on and days go by;
In our hearts a memory is kept
Of the one we love and will never forge
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PHILIP!!!
"It's been exactly 30 days since I lost a great man in my life and I didn't know what to do or say. We can not change the course of life but one thing we can change is the way we treat each other. Philip, only if you can hear me, I say, "Philip, you changed my life and left your footprints all over it." I'm deeply saddened and struck by your departure, however, you assured me thru many sleepless nights of dreams and hallucinations that you'll always be around to comfort me and uphold my spirit. One good thing I know is, "I will always LOVE YOU till we meet again...Rest in perpetual peace and may the Good Lord keep you in his bosom..."
"Carry your candle and light the world. Let the brightness of your life and fond memories of you blossom forever."
", Your gone but never forgotten we miss you and love you ❤️ May your soul rest in perfect peace"
"According to our Christian faith, it's dearly acknowledged that death is an interim injunction...a brief time of separation from loved ones, families and friends prior to meeting our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Although this separation is brief, it's a bitter pill to swallow. However, may your soul rest in perfect peace until we can all meet again in that place that is devoid of sorrows, sicknesses and where the fear of death will be no more. I can still vividly recall interacting with you at People's Community Lutheran Church as if it were yesterday."
"MAY YOUR SOUL AND THE SOULS OF ALL FAITHFUL DEPARTED REST IN PERFECT PEACE. YOURS IS IN HEAVEN PHILIP"
"Msy your soul rest in perfect peace."
"Philip, your departure has left me in a state of shock...I remember you telling me after the doctors said it was the end of the road and that no treatment could save you, that you were strong because of the support system you had.
"It's hard, but like they say, sorry its the hardest word."
As a Christian, we are left to believe that we have a final chance ; one that we are face with once we meet the Lord. You are indeed the 'chosen one' and I want you to keep smiling bro till we all meet again."
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