ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Adamah Ella aka Margaret Thatcher. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Kofi Dei-Tutu on May 16, 2021
My mother and Sister Ella worked briefly at Liberty Avenue Clinic before passing on Ella then took us as her own younger siblings ever since, for the last 20years or more. We had a chat just last month. She speaks so many languages and dialects with excellence. It's heartbreaking to know she's exited this Earth. May she rest perfectly. If only they could see each other. Rest in peace Big Sister Ella
Posted by Abigail Aryee on May 15, 2021

What I remember about aunty Ella is how fluent she spoke english and how bubbly she was. She was a very welcoming person and I felt intimated whenever she spoke to me. Great personality !! Bless her
Posted by Shallom Adamah on May 15, 2021
Ah! Sister Ella, there is still so much to do. It is too early. You could at least have spoken and poured your heart out to me. You know I would understand but, you didn’t. You left without saying a word. Why?
Posted by Dziedzorm Akpalu on May 15, 2021
It’s hard to put into words how I feel about my Aunt’s passing. Of course the natural emotions of loss and nostalgia are all over me, but there’s something else. A strange sense of frustration as I try to bring to mind her facial expressions, her voice and most of all her personality. We were robbed of all or most of that. Rest Well Aunty Ella, you'll forever be missed❤️

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Posted by Kofi Dei-Tutu on May 16, 2021
My mother and Sister Ella worked briefly at Liberty Avenue Clinic before passing on Ella then took us as her own younger siblings ever since, for the last 20years or more. We had a chat just last month. She speaks so many languages and dialects with excellence. It's heartbreaking to know she's exited this Earth. May she rest perfectly. If only they could see each other. Rest in peace Big Sister Ella
Posted by Abigail Aryee on May 15, 2021

What I remember about aunty Ella is how fluent she spoke english and how bubbly she was. She was a very welcoming person and I felt intimated whenever she spoke to me. Great personality !! Bless her
Posted by Shallom Adamah on May 15, 2021
Ah! Sister Ella, there is still so much to do. It is too early. You could at least have spoken and poured your heart out to me. You know I would understand but, you didn’t. You left without saying a word. Why?
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Shared by Sampson Adamah on May 15, 2021
Ella Adamah why so soon. We talked the day before and never knew that was going to be our  last conversation.. No indications .....
No good byes said and it’s a painful one.
I’m still in cloud nine, broken and can’t find the words to describe how am feeling...
You’ll forever be my number 2 ...
Margaret Thatcher RIP