ForeverMissed
This memorial website has been created in memory of our Sister, daughter, cousin, niece and loved one, Akorfa Fiamavle. She was 43 years old. Akorfa, you will always be remembered. Forever in our hearts.
Posted by Gertrude Lumor on September 27, 2022
You have been dearly missed.
Posted by Bennet Sleek on June 21, 2022
Akorfa, You're gone but not forgotten. The moments are dull these days without your presence, but we're consoled knowing you're resting well.
Posted by Vivianne Fiamavle on June 20, 2022
You are so much missed Akorfa and will remain in our thoughts and 
Continue to rest in peace Akorfa.
Posted by Lissie Decks on June 20, 2022
Hi sis, I hope you are resting well with Lord. I miss you. Love you always
Posted by Veronica ANAGBO on June 20, 2022
I still can’t comprehend you are gone and it’s a year already. I have missed you so much. I know you are looking down on us and with us in spirit. I wish so bad this is some bad dream am having. I look at my phone hoping to see you call or text me. God took you away too early but only him knows why. I love you and will continue to keep you close. Rest well my twin sis.
Posted by Elikem Fiamavle on June 20, 2022
It's been a year already since you left us behind, Akorfa. I have the hope and assurance that your eternal resting place is more fun than what we have here. You are dearly missed. Rest on, Kurvy!
Posted by Winsome Thomas on August 6, 2021
Akorfa, you are sadly missed. Rest In Peace.
Akorfa, was a proactive member of the Nursing and Midwifery Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Network at Imperial College Healthcare NHS. When in my role as Chair, Akorfa was most encouraging and supportive. When we spoke her beloved twins always featured in our conversations. Again my deepest sympathy to her family and friends, still difficult for me to comprehend her passing.



Posted by Ras Kolonji on July 28, 2021
Akorfa "Kurvy" Fiamavle goes home to her maker today.

She was a friend and a Sister.
Mawuli School was a meeting point.
Her infectious smile and affable self made us connect.
Yes, Kurvy your height was intimidating at first sight, but getting close to you showed you were just as human as the next being.
3yrs of friendship ended in. Mawuli.

Then the flower of life blossomed.
You checked on me as I checked on you.
Later along this path, you showed a part of you that contained your beautiful Soul.
Along the path, your impact on humanity no matter how small that circle might be is being felt.

The sudden news of your accident threw me into confusion.
I asked, " you mean at they gym"?.

We prayed! Yes we sure did pray for that Miracle.
We waited and waited, but alas the news of God taking you away hit us hard.
I denied it, just as many others.
As your mortal remains are laid to rest today, I am hopeful your Soul is resting with our marker.
Safe journey Kurvy
Akorfa hede nyuie.
Kurvy Kurvy Kurvy
Dzudzo le nutifafa me.

Your buddy Kolonji
OMSU 97 President
Posted by Sylvia Turner on July 27, 2021
You will be missed. That lovely smile. I am still in shock. Thank you for your encouragement. Rest in peace. We never made that trip to Accra!
Posted by Cynthia Stoute Olatunde on July 27, 2021
My heart aches Kurvy and it's been very difficult for me to write these words!
We connected in secondary school and have been close since.  Everyday and everything reminds me of you. What I love about you is that we could talk about everything and anything from very serious stuff to silliness like the TV adverts that we find the most humorous. I keep reminiscing, crying and I still can't come to terms that you have passed away, life will not be the same without you. I miss you dearly and don't want to say goodbye. I'm so glad we met and you will not be forgotten, you have been an integral part of my life. Alasky Xx
Posted by Beverley Addai on July 24, 2021
Coco...Honestly I’m still trying to process this.. we spoke several times over that weekend and right up till the day. You even left me voice notes about things you wanted to get done in August and now you’re gone. Sis Your friendship was such a blessing to me. You will be greatly missed, We won’t forget you! May you rest in eternal peace x
Posted by Alison Johnson on July 23, 2021
I went to school with Akorfa and we had lots of laughs . I hadn’t seen her in a long time . She was always kind and happy with the most infectious laugh and beautiful smile . All my love to the family ❤️ That smile will stay in my memories and heart forever xx
Posted by Joey Addai on July 17, 2021
Akorfa, i'm still trying to find the words as I process your passing. Such a lovable soul, incredibly fun and amazing to be around. Part of our Grub Club for over 5 years and always loved your company.

Can still hear your laughter everytime I think about it.

You gave us and the world so much and we will miss you dearly.

Until we meet again. Rest In Peace xxx
Posted by Emma Foody on July 17, 2021
Akorfa.. I don’t even know what to say. I can’t even process what has happened.
You were always someone I looked up to, someone who had such a great personality, and your laugh!!
May you Rest In Eternal Peace xxxx
Posted by Andre Burt on July 17, 2021
I was speaking to my sister about Akorfa and it was beautiful how many beautiful things reasonated with a person she will never meet. I have known Akorfa for 4 years as I was part of a group that met up with her to enjoy food events once a month. She welcomed me with open arms, we bonded over food, deep chat about life and the flash. I can't believe she is not here but she will live on in all of us as I will never stop talking about her as she had a massive impact on my life. Rest in power and I can't wait to see your beautiful soul again. I will always remember the warm embraces you gave me whenever we met up and I want to support your podcast in your memory.
Posted by Stephanie Amartey on July 16, 2021
Akorfa, I can’t find the words. We went out to dinner literally a week before your passing. We even texted on the day and then just like that your no longer here. 

So many milestones together, so many memories. We laughed, cried, argued, danced, can’t lie, I’m struggling right now. I miss you so much. You’ll always be my big Sis

Love you Coco xxx
Posted by Gloria Loh on July 3, 2021
Nothing in life prepares us in losing a loved one and having to write a tribute in their honor. We met in Mawuli School and soon became close pals in the latter part of our first year. Our days in Mawuli was our best because it was our raw innocence stage. With your infectious laughter, you are/were one of a kind. Eventhough you left back to the UK soon after school, we kept in touch and updated each other on the happenings in our lives. You constantly advised me. You were the happiest when i told you about my achievements. You showed so much love to me and called every single blessed day when i was on holidays in the Uk. You were/are such a beautiful soul. You were just you(Akorfa). Eventhough you're unseen and unheard, I know you're near walking beside us. You're loved, missed and very dear. We prayed earnestly and pleaded with God for a miracle, but we're only humans and he God alone knows what's best for us his children. You're not dead, but gone ahead of us into God's Glory, where we shall gather one day. Thank you for always being there for me, and I thank God for the time he made us share. Your memory forever lives in my heart. I pray the Holy Spirit comforts your mom, Elikem, Keli, Shiloh and Seanna, Vero and every loved one grieving over your departure. Till we meet again in heaven, may the earth lay gently on you. Sleep well my beautiful friend and sister. Babaa na wo novinye. Hedenyui 
Posted by Marcia Felix on July 1, 2021
So this is really true Akorfa we just hugged the other day in Sainsbury’s and we was going to meet But you never called I now know why . I often find myself questioning the Lord even though I know I shouldn’t. I will hold on to the Memories you have left me with all the prayer meetings we use to have and the woman to woman Secrets we use to talk about... oh God this is painful but God knows best and I know your resting in his arms.

Lord I thank you for the short time you allowed this wonderful Lady to be with us all, I also thank you for using her to make a impacted in our life’s because it was always about you never herself. In your time Lord I will see her again with the lovely smile she always has on her face her smile spoke louder then words.

Akorfa sleep in peace and keep smiling
Posted by Mags Ashcroft on June 30, 2021
Such a beautiful friend and colleague. RIP. I will miss her happy smile and fun sense of humour. 
Posted by Akwesi Ansah on June 30, 2021
Good bye hurts when the story is not finished and the book is closed forever..........

Death may have taken you away from us, but it could never take your beautiful memories.

I have just realised that nothing in life prepares you for losing a loved one.

This was too soon. May your wonderful Soul Rest In The Bosom Of the Lord.

REST WELL AKORFA. ❤️
Posted by Omosogie Maswaya on June 29, 2021
I had always heard about Akorfa from Veronica for sometime now and felt I knew her so well but, had not actually had the pleasure of meeting her face to face. When we met for the first time we really hit it off and quickly scheduled another outing . On the day of the meal out tired and exhausted from having worked all day I was reluctant to go and told Veronica I couldn't make it. However , when Akorfa texted me later asking the same question , for some strange reason I answered only saying 'yes beautiful !'. Beautiful is what Akorfa was inside and out she had a magenetic personality and I found her laugh and smile infectious . She talked to me about the loves of her life her daughters and how proud she was of them . That night we finally got to know eachother a little more sharing stories and experiences. We did not have much time together it seems but,the impact she has left will be forever lasting.
Go well my friend till we meet again!
Posted by John Garroor on June 27, 2021
We met in Mawuli School, Ho in 1996 and the way you talked was eloquent and different. Your slang was on point and your English language was near perfect. You were unique in your own way because of your height and stature. You will forever be missed. Rest on Mawulian. Rest on Haviwo. May you Rest In Perfect Peace
Posted by linda Ablorh on June 27, 2021
Akorfa you were one of a kind. You lived life to the fullest.
The thought of you brings to life Romans 12:18 'If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone'.
After I relocated to Ghana we still checked on each other once in a while and had conversation about life in the UK, family and what we were up to. I will miss your beautiful smile. You are gone but will forever remain in our hearts. Rest peacefully my dear.
Posted by Cheza Vanessa on June 27, 2021
Akorfa… just posting a few pictures of you I realised how much fun things we did together, day trips with our children, girlie holidays, girlie hangouts and meet ups, birthdays shared and celebrated so many memories. You are still part of the Kindred Sister Trio and your physical presence will be missed but in spirit I know you are still here.

Thank you for being a great friend and entrusting me with the honoured task of being the twins God Mother, I will do my very best to continue to fulfil that role and bring some comfort to them both now and in the future.

I love you and miss you. Your beautiful soul had a way of lightening up a room and you befriended so many in your life leaving an impact on so many people.

Thank you for introducing to Instagram Crystal Lives and tagging me in where we both spent too much money, bid on items for each other and made many connections with other Crystal lovers !

I am devastated but glad to have known you and the warmth of your love and friendship infact we were more like sister and family! I miss you. Rest easy dearest Akorfa
Posted by Gertrude Lumor on June 27, 2021
My first memory of you was when l met you and your Uncle on Appian way walking towards the dormitory. Little did l know that you would be in the same house(Slessor house) with me. My fondest memories of you were your beautiful smiles and accent. You made us laugh and when you are serious you speak your mind. A beautiful tree has indeed fallen amongst us.Rest in perfect peace. Dzidzo le nutifafa me.
Posted by Collins kuffuor on June 27, 2021
"A butterfly lights beside us, like a sunbeam...and for a brief moment it's glory and beauty belongs to the world...but then it flies on again, and although we wish it could have stayed, we are so thankful to have seen it all".- Unknown Author

Akorfa, words cannot describe the loss I feel writing these words. How l wish there could be more time to continue feeling your warmth, kindness and understanding. But Heaven chose to give you a wing to fly. As a friend, you were helpful and supportive in ways that warm the heart. I would give almost anything to once more see your kind and infectious smiling face. But I feel certainly grateful to have met you.
Sleep well my sister. Rest, Beauty!

Posted by Kim Brooker on June 27, 2021
Akorfa, words will never express the sadness we all feel. Friends since primary school and boy were we troublesome from then, so many happy memories! It did not matter how much time had passed with our busy lives, when we met or spoke it was like yesterday and always a giggle. You will be truly missed by us all. Love to your family always and forever ❤
Posted by Veronica ANAGBO on June 27, 2021

Akorfa, we have known each other since we were teenagers. You are my twin, my partner in crime, my gossip partner and my best of friends. Always there for each other. ( I could go on and on) We Never let each other down. The last time we spoke was on that faithful day of the incident. As usual, we had our normal chat and laugh. You said, “Veronica let me call you back when I come out of the gym”. Those were the last words you said to me. I miss you so much. I can still hear your voice in my ear calling me. Vero trouser, Vero trouser. You have left a big hole in my heart. We made so much plans together .
Who would've known, that you had to go
But so suddenly, so fast
How could it be, that a sweet memory worthy would
Be all that we have plan
Now that you're gone, every day I go on But my life's just not the same without you.
I'm so empty inside, and my tears I can't hide anymore. I have been praying and hoping this is just a bad dream am having but God knows best. He broke my heart to let me know that he only takes the best. I want you to know that I will never forget about you and your girls, I will always be there for. I love you❤️❤️. Rest well my twin sis. Till we meet again. God loves you more
Posted by Sabina Etienne on June 26, 2021
What to say about Miss Akorfa... aka Kurvy, FiFi, Auntie FiFi.
From the day I met her it was an adventure.
She had an infectious character.
My childhood bestie, if you saw me you saw her.
We had fun, we travelled, we were at our best together❤.
I can not believe that she is gone.
I will have our time together forever in my heart. RIEP
Posted by Vida Ankomah on June 26, 2021
Gone too soon Akorfa but only God knows why. We prayed and held onto dire faith, hoping you would join us again…….
I first saw you on a zoom call, and after listening to you speak my initial impression was “this lady seems like a gentle soul”.
I remember thinking to myself I’d like to meet her in person. Hmmm, that would never happen now. I pray God’s devine presence would continue to stay with your loved ones especially your children.
May your soul rest in perfect peace Akorfa.
Posted by Charlene Quaye on June 26, 2021
Korfa as we fondly called you. I can't believe I'm actually writing a tribute. I saw you 2 weeks ago before I heard this news. We hugged for ages and had a good catch up. You were always full of life and I will always remember your infectious laugh. I have so many fond childhood memories of you teaching me how to dance. You will forever be in my heart. May your soul rest in perfect peace. I pray God will comfort and strengthen the family.
Posted by Deeds Folie on June 26, 2021
...Only God knows why he had to take you so suddenly. I pray for God to keep his watchful eye over your family. For the little time I spent in your presence, thank you for your kindness you showed towards me.

Rest well Akorfa
Posted by Gameli Fiamavle on June 26, 2021
Kurvy! I am finding it soo hard to believe that you are no longer with us. I will not see you again...i will not read your text messages again....whenever you texted "TGIF" on fridays, it set me up for the weekends. You were loving and fun and you worked really hard for who and what you became. I am very proud of you!!!. Rest well my dear with the Lord till we meet again.
Posted by Simon Darius Afawubo on June 26, 2021
Not sure what to write or where to start Akorfa. All I know is that you have left thousands of people including myself speechless and in disbelief. Are we really writing a tribute to you? I mean how can this be? There are things we can process as human beings and there some that just beats our imagination, this is certainly one of them. God himself comfort Mum, Elikem, Keli and the girls. Thank you for being my friend and my sister from another mother. Tell my Pops I said hi.
Rest in Peace Akorfa.
Posted by Eric Fiamavle on June 26, 2021
Hmm my cousin korfa as I always call you.so is true you are gone.you send test to call me back.still expecting your call.akorfa akorfa hmm .you will be deeply miss akorfa.sleep well my dear cousin. Rest in peace till we meet again.
Posted by Akua Agyeiwaa on June 26, 2021
Rest well my dearest Akorfa . It’s so sad that you had to leave us so early!!! You are dearly missed . But I know you are in a better place. I pray that you rest well in our Lord's bosom. Till we meet again. Lots of love ...
Posted by Arnold Nash on June 26, 2021
My Sister from another Mother since Secondary school, U will always be remembered at all my Family Occasions and Promitional Events. You,Veronica , Bridgit and Cynthia has always been my Next Female Family and I Pray ❤ that Ur Soul should REST IN PERFECT PEACE ✌
U might have gone but I believe your Footprint is still in OUR HEART. WE LOVE ❤ U .
Posted by Rita Okyere on June 26, 2021
Rest well Akorfa. You will forever be in our hearts.
Posted by Jerald Aidoo on June 26, 2021
The last time we met was two years ago at my dads 80th party in my back garden in Nottingham. I was touched to see you making the effort to travel all the way from London to be there. I will always remember your smile & your kind nature.
Posted by Quodzo SB on June 25, 2021
Life is fleeting, here today gone tomorrow. We are never promised tomorrow. One moment you are sad and the next moment you happy. Let us cherish "the moments ". I didn't know you for long, but the few times we met on our zoom calls made me conclude such a beautiful soul you were. I listened to you speak and i am struck with awe, how does she do it. Your ever bright smile like the early morning sun bursting throw the nights disappearing clouds will be missed. Your point blank contribution and advise interspersed with pulsating laughter will forever be in my heart. I still remember this statement in your typical British accent, "Quodzo let's see your face". Rest well my friend. Rest well my co-host. Rest well my Spark friend, Rest well my resparking supremo. Your sparking light will never fade. It will always be in our hearts. Till we meet AGAIN, Rest well in the bosom of father Abraham and the Almighty God through His son be your guide on this new journey.
Posted by etornam kasu on June 25, 2021
Been a shock to hear of your demise and my first thought went to your girls. The last time we spoke was in 2011 and you were lovely as always. You’ve always been nice as my senior in Mawuli School and treated everyone with respect. You’re going to be sorely missed. I pray your closest and dearest find some comfort in how much you’re loved. RIP KURVY.
Posted by Livingstone Yaovi on June 25, 2021
God knows best! Rest well sis!
Posted by Lissie Decks on June 24, 2021
Sis, I am lost for words. Rest in peace sis. I love you always. I will miss our conversations. Always so comforting, funny, sassy, I will miss you laughs. Tomorrow does not belong to us, indeed. Rest well.xoxo

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Recent Tributes
Posted by Gertrude Lumor on September 27, 2022
You have been dearly missed.
Posted by Bennet Sleek on June 21, 2022
Akorfa, You're gone but not forgotten. The moments are dull these days without your presence, but we're consoled knowing you're resting well.
Posted by Vivianne Fiamavle on June 20, 2022
You are so much missed Akorfa and will remain in our thoughts and 
Continue to rest in peace Akorfa.
Recent stories
Shared by chantel sealey on July 21, 2021
It's taken me a while to find the words to pay tribute to you. In reality, there are not enough words to not only express my heartbreak of your loss but the joy you brought to not only my life but my Daughters who called you Auntie Akorfa and have their own beautiful memories of you. 
We never had a crossed word and I truly believe this is because of how we loved and respected one another but more importantly kept it real with one another. We laughed a lot & most of the time ended up crying (happy tears) As I go through photographs, videos, group chats, voicenotes I still anticipate a reply. 
As I navigate my way through this ongoing process, I am extremly thankful that I was able to give you your flowers whilst you were able to receive them. We spoke the day before with you reaching out to me offering your words of love and support, to which I replied "Thank you Sugar, I love & appreciate you, Love to you and the Girls, see you soon" Little did I know it would've been the last contact we had, the last message between us you read. I Thank God daily I told you what you meant to me when I did. 
I am not only thankful that our paths crossed but I remain eternally blessed that our journeys through sisterhood as a small collective enabled us to clap for one and be each others cheerleaders. Always being positive during our challenges, trials and tribulations and never feeling defeated but embracing the concept of growth. You were intentional with your love, advice, time and energy that you invested in the things you did, places you visited and people you surrounded yourself with. 
I have no doubt in my mind that your spirit remains with us. So as I type this and wish I could hear you say "Awwww Chanie" again, or give you some of my brown stew chicken in a container, I take comfort in knowing that, we had our time, the purple heart and it's significance.
We promise to still be "Boujie on a Budget" Celebrate you, be the best versions of our authentic selves, smile when we are reminded of you and when memories are shared, reminders pop up on my timeline, I will try not shed a tear but instead remind myself of how blessed myself and my Daughters were to have a special place in your world. 
To your family and beautiful Daughters who  continue to make you proud, you are not alone and will remain in my thoughts and prayers. 
You're now with the Angels. We will meet again. 
Keep flying high Akorfa aka Sugar!!!
Chanie, Chanté & Jeanae xXx

Forever in My Heart

Shared by Nordeya G on July 18, 2021
Akorfa Gone Too Soon
I met you when we worked together way back in Ealing. Your girls were toddlers at the time. You were a ray of sunshine the very moment we met. You had an energetic presence  that was  contagious, which I found irresistible.  I never thought I could have ever been blessed with a genuine and trustworthy friend. It’s very rare to make authentic friendships in a professional environment,  but you Akorfa made that possible.
We had a beautiful friendship, which blossomed into something very special. Our friendship organically morphed into genuine  companionship which was drama free, especially when we hung out. You were a bona fide friend and the pillar of the group.
You and I became travelling buddies with others in style,  "bougie on a budget " no one would ever imagine.  We witnessed  our children develop and grow up together. It was a privilege to have had such wonderful experiences and memorable stories to share and remember forever.
We both departed Ealing hospital to work in different directions, but despite the move we managed to maintain our friendship growing ever so strong. We had a strong bond that evolved into sisterhood  and we became  more like sisters from another mother. We shared such intimate secrets no one would ever imagined. 
Covid came and that limited our physical travels but still that never stopped us from communicating with each other continuously. 
We would speak multiple times during the week,  whether it was offloading our days frustrations or our weekly events. I will always cherish your advice and support that you gave to me.
Your text messages always ended with  love and your purple hearts    
Whenever I called you for a quick chat, we  always ended up chatting for on average of two hours or more later. 
I am pleased that we both managed to celebrate our last birthdays together despite the covid lockdown restrictions. It was intimate with just like minded beautiful souls enjoying and celebrating time spent together. 
Your smile was always  so contagious. I  am so blessed to have had you as part of my life, we were planning what we would be like growing old together but God had a different plan with your beautiful soul.
I am sad but still feeling blessed that I was there to see you one more time while you laid so beautifully and peacefully in that hospital bed, with your skin always looking so soft, flawless and well nourished. I  prayed with you and for you my kindred sister, I played back the beautiful recorded messages from Sienna and Shiloh.
They say that God always takes his precious ones when they are ready, so I am jealous that he couldn’t wait a little bit longer. Gone too soon.
I am glad that we were able to tell each other how much we loved and cared for each other. And I always took the opportunity to let you know over the years as well.  
I will miss you my dearest sister, the imprint of your presence will always be felt and cherished.  
Sleep well my beautiful soul until we meet again.
 

Forever in my heart.

Shared by Veronica ANAGBO on June 26, 2021
Akorfa, we have known each other since we were teenagers. You are my twin, my partner in crime, my gossip partner and my best of friends. Always there for each other. We Never let each other down. The last time we spoke was on that faithful day of the incident. As usual, we had our normal chat and laugh. You said, “Veronica let me call you back when I come out of the gym”. Those were the last words you said to me. I miss you so much. I can still hear your voice in my ear calling me. Vero trouser, Vero trouser. You have left a big hole in my heart. We made so much plans together . 
Who would've known, that you had to go
But so suddenly, so fast
How could it be, that a sweet memory worthy would
Be all that we've have plan
Now that you're gone, every day I go on But my life's just not the same without you. 
I'm so empty inside, and my tears I can't hide anymore. I have been praying and hoping this is just a bad dream am having but God knows best. He broke my heart to let me know that he only takes the best. I want you to know that I will never forget about you and your girls, I will always be there for. I love you❤️❤️. Rest well my twin sis. Till we meet again. God loves you more