Let the memory of Ali be with us forever
  • 15 years old
  • Born on March 3, 1997 in Dearborn, Michigan, United States.
  • Passed away on February 17, 2013 in dearborn, Michigan, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ali Hachem 15 years old , born on March 3, 1997 and passed away on February 17, 2013. We will remember him forever.
Posted by _ Tearr on 16th October 2018
Can’t believe it’s been 5 years without you Ali, Allah yerhamek, Alfatiha
Posted by Alia Hachem on 9th June 2014
It's been a while Ali, I know you're watching down on me, on all of us. You were such an amazing person, and a great friend to me. It's really hard to think about how long you've been gone. I've been thinking about you a lot lately, I'm guessing that means you're next to me, watching over me. I miss you angel. Rest in Paradise 3lbe Allah Yerhamo.
Posted by Fatiima Ayashe on 18th February 2014
If tears could build a stairway and memories were a lane, I would walk right up to heaven and bring you back again. One year ago today, god took a very special angel away from all of us. We love and miss you Ali. Lost, but never forgotten. Gone, but never away. Allah yerhamak, Rest in Paradise
Posted by Nabil Aoun on 17th February 2014
This is very heartbreaking not only to our community, but to his mother and his sister. I cant really say i know how you feel because i really don't. All i can say is stay strong, inshallah you are in heaven looking after your family which i am sure that is what you have always wanted when you were alive and with us. Allah yerhamak. ina lila wa ina ilayhi rajion. Prayers go out to you and your family
Posted by Mohamad Fadlallah on 9th July 2013
I still remember the first day i met Ali we were at the civic center i didn't know much about him i was waiting to play next game and i asked him u wanna play on my team next he told me yes i'm down while we were waiting i'm sitting there and all u hear Ali outta no where screaming AND 1 everyone who heard him couldn't stop laughing that's one thing i'm always gonna remember...i love u ali
Posted by Hussein Shoucair on 1st March 2013
Posted by Bill Bazzi on 28th February 2013
May God rest your soul Ali.
Posted by Stacy Kelly on 25th February 2013
I didn't know Ali, but i can tell from the kind words that he was loved by many. I wanted to share some comfort from the scriptures found at Revelation 21:3 &4. There Jehovah God promises to wipe out sickness, pain and death forever-and he also promises to resurrect our loved ones who have fallen asleep in death back to life on a paradise earth. Please rest your hope on that promise.
Posted by Fatiima Ayashe on 21st February 2013
Allah yerhamak aloushi. You were a loving son, brother, and friend. We all miss and love you but we all know your watching over us and smilin down at us. You were the brightest most nicest kid ive ever met and ive never seen that smile ever leave your face. You were just with me last friday at cc and now your gonex In your casket, you had a smile on your face and i broke into tears. rip3
Posted by Amani Saleh on 20th February 2013
Allah yerhamouk, may the all my prayers be with you, even though I don't know you, we are all family, and I hope you are in heaven, may the angels be with you, this is so sad:( I won't forget about this, I will pray for Ali :(
Posted by Tanya Amore on 20th February 2013
I knew Ali as a young kid, the memories I have are that he was always smiling and happy, such a sweet kid, so sad to see you go but now your with Angels R.I.P Ali!!
Posted by Ammar Hachem on 19th February 2013
"Even though i never really used to speak to Ali that much he was an amazing,sweet & funny guy!! He would always make me laugh when we would mess around.Ali was a great guy ndd i am glad he was my cousin!!He will never be forgotten!! He would always be smiling! He would always mess around with me at the civic center & make me laugh!! He'll never be forgotten!!" May he R.I.P <3
Posted by Mohamad Mohana on 19th February 2013
I remember when I went to middle school with Hachem and he'd always be walking around knocking on the classroom doors and just dance. There was not one time I've seen him without a smile on his face. I'd always hear people making fun of him and ripping on him but smiling and walking was his only instinct because of what a warm hearted person he was. He'll be dearly missed. Allah 3eeno.
Posted by Hussein Kanaan on 19th February 2013
we thought of you with love today but that is nothing new we thought of you yesterday and days before that too we think of you in silence we often speak your name now all we have is memories and your picture is in a frame your memory is our keepsake with which well never be apart god has you in his keeping we have you in our hearts.
Posted by Allene Fayad on 19th February 2013
Ali was the cutest, sweetest, & most caring guy. He was always happy no matter what the case was. He did not let anything hold him back. He was such a positive person & made the best out of every obstacle that came his way. He always used to tell me how excited he was for hell week for football last year, & how motivated he was for it all. He's a true inspiration. Love & miss you Ali <3
Posted by Jessica Rascol on 19th February 2013
Best memories we had was on summer nights we would gather a bunch of friends & have a bondfire & say stories & sing our favorite songs. He always managed to make everyone smile & laugh 'till we had tears in our eyes. Last time we ever hung out was last year on a summer day, we went to dairy queen with his mom, his sister, & my fiance aka his best friend. May he rest in paradise with peace!
Posted by Jakobb Khatib on 19th February 2013
I used to play football with Ali, I used to get slurpees with him, and I used to hang out with him very often! He was one who was always happy, Allah Yerhamo
Posted by Hussein Elashkar on 19th February 2013
I've only really hung out with Ali a few times, it was a great time wither it was inthw fordson weight room and he's trying to help me out because I didn't know much, or just running into each other in the hallway where I would always see him smile and even when people would bash on him and say rude comments he'd smile through it Allah yarhamak big guy! Never forget you!
Posted by Sumer Fawaz on 18th February 2013
Although I've only seen him a few times he really had an impact on me. I was his sub for the last two years a few times. He was so funny, always joking and making others laugh and always had his work done. He was always at the Bball games and its sad that I just seen him last week and still calling me mrs.basha and joking. He will be someone I will never forget. Allah yerhamou. Fatiha.

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