Let the memory of Anthony be with us forever
  • 46 years old
  • Born on March 11, 1969 .
  • Passed away on February 29, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anthony Osei, 46, born on March 11, 1969 and passed away on February 29, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Sheila Osei on 11th March 2018
Happy birthday St. Anthony, in eternity. I miss you so much as much as the day you left us. Forever yours, Mama x
Posted by Mavis Osei on 11th March 2018
Happy birthday, Anthony. Two years. Just as painful but glad that you are with the Lord. Missing you atill. Every single day M
Posted by Oheneba Twum Barima Ampof... on 11th March 2018
Hey Uncle, I can't believe two years has gone .... Your memories are still with us. Today's being your birthday I give you million shout out; May Almighty God watch and keep you in his bosom until we meet again HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN ETERNITY
Posted by Segun Abdul on 11th March 2018
Dear Brother Another opportunity to remember you! Happy Birthday in absentia. You are in Heaven smiling, laughing, rejoicing worshipping your Glorious Lord, and enjoying the unimaginable of Heaven's blessings. I'll always remember your comforting smile and that you were a tireless encourager and prayer warrior. Much Love
Posted by Sheila Osei on 11th March 2017
Hey Anth, happy birthday!! Missing you like crazy, can't believe it's been a year since you left me. My heart yearns for your presence everyday although I know you are with me in spirit. The Almighty God has been and continues to be my strength. You are forever in my heart, so long till we meet again. ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Mavis Osei on 11th March 2017
Hi Anthony, Holding you ever so tightly in my heart. Today, would have been another birthday. Beautiful memories of birthdays past. You will be forever loved, Sis
Posted by Eric Mensah on 11th March 2017
Happy birthday Kwabena. Forever in our mist, your memories will leave on forever. RIP brother.
Posted by Fred Badu on 11th March 2017
We thank God for bringing you into our lives. On this rememberance day, we know the impactful life you left behind has touched many souls. You will forever be remembered for the right reasons and we know you are in a peaceful place enjoying eternal life. God bless your soul and be with you till we meet again.
Posted by Mavis Osei on 1st March 2017
Dearest Anthony, My dear little brother, it's one year on. And while I take joy and comfort in the knowledge that you served the Lord in your earthly life and reap the reward at His side, yet still it is difficult not to admit how much I miss you. You are very much with us all, Mama, Mum, me and all of our family and families remember you with love and fondness. We try to keep our tears few, our praise great and the many happy memories vivid. Thank you for nearly 47 years. Lots of love, Mavis
Posted by Oheneba Twum Barima Ampof... on 27th September 2016
We little knew that morning God was to call your name. In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, You did not go alone. For part of us went with you The day God called you home. You left us beautiful memories, Your love is still our guide, And though we cannot see you, You are always at our side. Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same, But as God calls us one by one, The chain will link again.
Posted by Fred Badu on 9th May 2016
A day never pass by without your thought crossing my mind. Every Sunday is a day of rememberance for you, as Fredericka never stops asking for you. Your absence has created a deep gap in our hearts, but your love set our hearts ablaze. You have left us too soon but we know you are in heaven interceding for us. We love you and the impact you made to our lives still lives on. God be with you till we meet again. You have fought the battle and you have overcome. 1 Corinthians 15:57. You are greatly missed.
Posted by Bode Laleye on 25th April 2016
My dear Pastor Tony, You have gone to soon but you will never be forgotten... You have served the Lord and won souls for His Kingdom. You always had a smile on your face that enlightened the mood. You impacted the life of my wife and I and many others in Deliverance Outreach Ministries. A general in the Lords Army, gone too soon but we don't know why. I know you are in the right hand of the Lord still interceding for us all. May your soul rest in precious peace. We will always love you. Please don't forget the wife you left behind, sister Sheila.
Posted by Sampson Owih-Opoku on 25th April 2016
Rest in peace Tony, you left an indelible mark of honesty, care and you had a very approachable manner. You are deeply missed, especially by my wife whom you prayed for countlessly. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Kofi Amoa on 23rd April 2016
Tony Kwabena Osei. The brother i never had. Now completely deprived of. As you make your transit Your memory will forever abide with us. You were a shining light among men To those of us who had the previledge To share your friendship Your light touched us Adios great soul May you find peace profound In the mansions of the soul Love always
Posted by Sade Laleye on 19th April 2016
Pastor Tony, U're passionate about populating God's kingdom and leading the captives out of captivity in the name of Jesus.u've got excellent communicative skills and able to reach the unreachables. U're caring and used your touch to comfort & reassure the confused & distressed individuals. U've made an undentable impact in the lives of people u came in contact with.U're unique and in the class of Champions. Brother I salute you.
Posted by Peace Ebenezer on 19th April 2016
Dear brother and Pastor Anthony, I and my family are very grateful to God for the years he allowed us to spent with you. You have made a great impart in our lives before you leave and we are grateful unto God. You will always be remembered in our hearts. We ask, may your wonderful soul rest in peace. From Pastor Peter, Sister Peace and family.
Posted by Yvonne Abena Tay on 11th April 2016
Kwabena,should i be leaving a tribute instead of talking to you on the phone?This is too much to bear.Am still in shock,and hoping someone will call me to say its all a joke. Kwabena,am still waiting for my scriptures,am still waiting to introduce you to the church as my preacher for the day. I want the whole world to know you are a rare gem,one of a kind and there will never be another like you. Rest,Kwabena. All my love
Posted by Nana Jnr on 8th April 2016
In Life there's time for everything. But I feel you've left us too early bro. Kwabena. You've made all of us proud as a family. You've a great vacuum in our hearts. All I can say is Rest in Peace till we meet again.
Posted by Yaa Boateng on 8th April 2016
A brother, dear friend, Uncle, Pastor; a rare irreplaceable precious jewel. We miss you dearly. May God keep you at peace and safe till we meet again. Love always Paa Kwesi, Yaa, Denzel, Godson Daniel and baby Daena xx
Posted by Zoe Teale on 5th April 2016
Antony A wonderful, warm, gentle, kind and generous man who lit up the room with his smile. You have touched the lives of many and will remain in people's hearts, thoughts and minds. It was a pleasure to have worked with you at CFH. God bless xx
Posted by Ama British on 4th April 2016
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 sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning's 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 at my grave and cry; I am not there. I did not die. (I am simply sleeping!) Mary Elizabeth Frye The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little word “extra”. Today, demand more of yourself than you or anyone else can expect …..for it is the small things you do every day – smiling at a stranger or paying someone a compliment – that bring you closer to your spiritual truth, the purity of your soul. ……. Deepak Chopra, M.D and Keith D. Harrel My dearest friend and older brother words can not even begin to demonstrate or illustrate the pain of your passing. You were a beautiful light which shone endlessly in the darkness. You countless jokes, your words of wisdom and the endless times we could talk for hours about God and the esoteric mysteries of life will be a treasure I will always fondly remember. I and family miss you. You have left a "void" which no one can replace, Even your adversaries cannot fault your good works, sportsmanship and intellect, kindness and the love that you showed to all. Mine and other's people's consolation is that you are in a better place. You fought the good fight and your rewards now await you. May Jehovah God continue to bless you and may His Grace and Mercy strengthen your family, all your loved ones and your countless friends that you left behind. Anthony da yie dofo fonafo …….rest in perfect peace our beloved one………………….rest in God’s eternal peace.
Posted by Segun Abdul on 3rd April 2016
Dear Pastor Tony ...'Man of God' as I liked to say, as that's what you were to me, you will most certainly be missed...maybe not forever though as I trust we WILL meet again, in the Father's Bosom in time to come. Until then, I choose to remember you well, your smile, your sense of humour, your prayers, your fire, your zeal, your passion for God's purpose and for God's people everywhere to be made whole. You were such a great blessing and encouragement to my family, particularly through the spiritual support you consistently gave to my sister as part of the DOM family over the years!...and she in turn poured into my life and the rest of the the family. You will never be forgotten and our prayer is that your legacy will live on and that God's purpose for your brief presence on Earth be fully realised. Thank you so much for the love you gave away so selflessly...you always made me feel welcomed and loved whenever I visited DOM. I know you are now enjoying much of your Father's reward. I trust that the Lord will comfort Sister Sheila and the rest of the family. In Love Vincent Abdul
Posted by Nana Fynn on 3rd April 2016
Fare thee well Anthony.....Gone to soon but that choice is not ours to make. May you continue to rest in perfect peace
Posted by Yinka Adeduntan on 2nd April 2016
Dear Pastor Anthony, Gone so soon but you will never be forgotten...you made a massive impact on my family and I than words can say. I thank God for the priviledge of knowing you and your wholehearted service to HIM, His church Deliverance Outreach Ministries as a General of Deliverance and the special way you loved and always honoured your wife, Lady Sheila Osei...Thank you, our dear Pastor Anthony for showing us the way serving God should be...giving ourselves to His Service fully...Oh, you will be sourly missed... Our only comfort is that we know where you are, seated with our Lord and Master, Jesus, the Christ and the heavenly hosts spurring us on to continue and finish our race, too! Till we see again in Paradise...Rest in peace, dear Pastor Anthony Osei. Yinka Adeduntan & family
Posted by Divine Tsisa on 31st March 2016
To my pastor and brother You have served the Lord and His commission to Deliverance Outreach Ministries, faithfully with great compassion for the afflicted and the ignorant. In wisdom you have instructed us and have shared our pain during the dark times. Strengthening our faith and assuring our spirits; you have taught us what it means to serve wholeheartedly and to love sacrificially, and to stand to the end. You have set our hearts ablaze with love for our saviour, I thank you for your faithful service. ''Thanks be to God...give us the victory''...1Corin 15:57 You are greatly missed
Posted by Karen Smith on 31st March 2016
My dear friend and work colleague Anthony. You will be missed I always looked forward to team away days as I knew we'd be able to catch up, have a laugh - usually about how badly Liverpool were playing and you'd always tell me never mind they'll get better. You are a true star and I know you'll always be shining brightly. Be at peace - with love and affection Karen
Posted by Bola Oyedele on 24th March 2016
"Good people pass away; the godly often die before their time. But no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come. For those who follow godly paths will rest in peace when they die.” Isaiah‬ ‭57:1-2‬ ‭NLT My dear brother & pastor you made a remarkable mark on my life and that of my children. What you stood for in the kingdom - your gifts, your talent, your ministrations, your anointing was unique. I and all others you were readily available to pray, share & lift our burdens will forever be grateful for your impact. It is really painful you departed early but we are rest assured you're in a better place. We assure you that your death will not be in vain., we will make sure the mark you made on our lives & your entire work in the Kingdom remains forever and made known to everyone still living who cares to be redeemed. Your legacy will live on. Rest In Peace My Pastor.!

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