Let the memory of Anthony Kweku be with us forever
  • 68 years old
  • Born on July 6, 1943 in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana.
  • Passed away on October 8, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anthony Kweku Andoh 68 years old , born on July 6, 1943 and passed away on October 8, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sam Leo-Andoh on 8th October 2018
The good deeds of our loved ones will always be remembered day in and day out. Uncle your legacy continues to make a difference. You are so far and yet so near, that, it almost feels like me reaching out and touching you in spirit. May the Lord in heaven continue to preserve your spirit. I will continue to miss you dearly for you are a special UNCLE.
Posted by Khummit Hatshepsitu on 9th October 2017
My condolences to Dr. Andoh's family. Just recently found out about his transition. When I saw Moringa in Whole Foods I thought of my first contact with Dr. Andoh. I remember hunting him down because I first heard of him in California it was later I found him in College Park, Ga. He introduced me to Nebedaye he said it means Never Die. I began selling it and fasting with it and it helped so many of my clients. I just want to say Thank You for all your knowledge you shared and help. Thank you Dr. Andoh.
Posted by Clifton Marcus on 6th July 2017
I still have the botanical display my brother gave me. Whenever I look at it, I think of the day he presented it to me. His concern for my health has brought me to 66 years of healthy man that may not have made it this far had it not been for his herbal knowledge that he shared with me. Love you brother!
Posted by Suzanne Hainsworth on 6th July 2017
Just wanted to share this beautiful poem in loving memory of my father Do not stand at my grave and weep I am not there; I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow I am the diamond glints on snow I am the sun on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain When you awaken in the mornings hush I am the swift uplifting rush of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night Do not stand by my grave and cry, I am not there; I did not die. Celebrating 74 years of Kweku Andoh
Posted by Volyncia Davis on 10th January 2017
He crossed my mind a week ago and I remembered benefitting from his BITTERS when he was based in San Francisco. A noble yet humble servant to humanity. Possessed a KINGLY AURA and his Queen Callie worked faithfully by his side. I am saddened to learn of his passing. Respect for a life well lived. RIP DR. ANDOH. MANY THANKS, Volyncia E. Davis
Posted by Sam Leo-Andoh on 9th October 2016
May the Lord continue to preserve your spirit till we see you in God's beautiful kingdom. Surely your spirit still leaves on. Rest in peace uncle you sill continue to affect us positively.
Posted by Clifton Marcus on 8th October 2016
Here's to a brother of impeccable knowledge, and extraordinary humility. You are not forgotten my brother. R.I.P.
Posted by Sam Leo-Andoh on 9th October 2015
You may be gone physically but your spirit still lives with us forever. Your humility and love for human continues to serve as a guide for all your love ones. You have left a vacuum but your legacy speaks volumes. You will forever be remembered by your family and loved ones. RIP
Posted by Clifton Marcus on 9th October 2015
Once again, there isn't enough I can say about this 'Healer'. He'll always be remembered in my heart for his spiritual, physical, & cultural rescuing of someone that was definitely in need. I'm more than happy to pay tribute to my friend & brother. You will not be forgotten by me! R.I.P.
Posted by Suzanne Hainsworth on 8th October 2015
Words cannot express the sadness I'm feeling but finding comfort In the wonderful tributes friends are sharing. It's nice to know four Years on you are still in their thoughts. Hopefully one day your grandchildren will fulfill your wishes of becoming a botanist. RIP Dad miss you lots
Posted by Clifton Marcus on 6th July 2015
I met Dr. Andoh, in the '90s, with other members and founders of The Garvey School in Seattle WA. He contributed friendship, knowledge, and instruction to any that would ask or listen. His gift to me was the introduction of the medicinal herb, Nebadaye (Moringa), which aided in rescuing my immune system from a devastating neurological disorder called C.I.D.P. or Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy in 2005. Over the past 10 years, I have been improving consistently, and have recovered most of my normal health. I'll be beholding to him for the rest of my life. Thank you Dr. Andoh! R.I.P.
Posted by Sam Leo-Andoh on 6th July 2014
When I wake up every day to the sound and whistling of birds it reminds me of you Dr. Anthony Kwaku Andoh whom I simply call my dear uncle Tony. You were such a great and lovely uncle who inspired me in most diverse ways. I miss your smile and your attitude towards nature and its existence. You motivated me and a lot including people who came in contact with you. Your humility and patience were exemplary. I boast about your knowledge about plants and its uses every day. You taught me a whole lot about plants and their medicinal purpose and if only I had paid much attention to the scientific value of these plants i could have carried on your good work. The whole Andoh family miss you a great deal and more especially your sister Cecelia who has not got over your passing however we the Andoh family celebrate your life evryday. I know your spirit leaves on and your purpose in life still thrives as fresh as the green forest. Your legacy lives with us until we are no more. Your are my best uncle. You are in a better place where the Lord had prepared for you. And no evil will ever seek you nor destroy your good work. Rest-in-peace.
Posted by Gus Padron on 14th April 2014
Everytime I look at plants I think of Kweku. I was fortunate to live a few feet from Dr Anthony Kweku Andoh's North Scale Institute, on Taraval and 32nd Avenue in San Francisco. My father, my brother and myself would go in and listen to Anthony teach us about plants and how they interact with our bodies and our minds as well as our souls. Anthony was a quiet man when first approached, with a welcoming smile and he just made you feel good. He radiated positive energy. I know he is amongst the plants now, as well as the Stars, still radiating warmth and happiness. My love goes out to his family, we met his loving wife, and much respect. Ve con Dios Maestro, Ve con la Naturaleza Hermano, Ve con El Universo. Go with God, Go with Nature, Go with the Stars, Brother, Teacher and Friend. The Padron family.
Posted by Clifton Marcus on 22nd January 2014
My condolences to the family of Dr. Andoh. I am so sorry to learn of his passing. I met Dr Andoh in Seattle, WA in the late 80's. His humility was some of the strongest that I'd ever met in a man of his caliber. In 2005, I was diagnosed with a neurological disorder called C.I.D.P. Along with proper nutrition, I steadied my diet with many of his Moringa/Nebedaye products. I am so much more healthier today because of it. I cannot thank him enough. Rest In Peace my brother!
Posted by Cassandra Wimbs on 8th October 2013
Greetings from Cassandra Meroe Wimbs, I didn't know Andoh has passed 2 years ago. He would have liked my UCB thesis on African American Folk Beliefs, Theory and Practices. He would have liked my men's health project. He was a
Posted by Hanne Loyd on 5th June 2013
I have your book and you are one of the greatest herbalist to ever to live. THE SCIENCE AND ROMANCE OF SELECTED HERBS USED IN MEDICINE AND RELIGIOUS CEREMONY, by Dr Anthony Andoh
Posted by Cassandra Wimbs on 11th February 2013
Dr. Andoh and with his wife and I put on the R.O.O.T.S.2 conference and some documentary material in tapes and videos. They are valuable for he was most knowledgeable about what keeps us phsyical, mental and spiritually healthful.
Posted by Nefer-Tim Johnson on 1st October 2012
To one of my brother's from the mother-land. I will always think of you when I am in the rain-forest and here that special sound that the forest birds sing. I enjoyed learning and talking to you and Kali for the three years at the North Scale Institute and Botanical in S.F. Cal Ala-afia,
Posted by Harriett Walden on 21st March 2012
My sympathy to the family of Dr. Andoh, I met Dr. Andoh a few years when he and his wife was here is Seattle. Thank you Dr. Andoh for all the work you did for us. I will remember.

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