Let the memory of our beloved wife, mom, and extraordinary friend, Beatrice Mensah Osae, forever remain with us.
  • 52 years old
  • Born on October 4, 1963 in Ghana.
  • Passed away on September 23, 2016 in Ghana.

This memorial website was created in loving memory of our beloved, Beatrice Mensah Osae, 52, born on October 4, 1963 and passed away on September 23, 2016. We will love and remember her forever. Together we say rest in perfect peace.

- Amazing Grace (daughter), Ralph (husband), and Family 

Posted by Manuella Wullar Anaba on 23rd September 2017
My beautiful Mummy, An Angel from God above! Always there when we needed u the most. U are the Epitome of classy and beautiful and God wants u for Himself so we understand. Stay beautiful inside out Mummy. Like u kept telling me, miba yi wu p3 life paapa!.... Mi bo Ma wu wai! Damirifa due Auntie Bea... Forever in our Hearts
Posted by Jessica Nkansah on 16th November 2016
Auntie Bea was such a gem, ever smiling, always encouraging and very very fashion conscious. She exuded the very fragrance of God. We would have loved to have you here for longer but all I can say is God knows best. Enjoy your rest in the bosom of the Almighty
Posted by Naomi Adanu on 4th November 2016
Oh Aunty Bee, I cant believe you are gone. How can the earth lose an angel like you. You were more like a family than a customer when I was with GTBank the community 6 branch. Your way of calling me; you will offer a smile at the least opportunity. My eyes are full of tears and my heart is sad but my consolation is in the fact that Our maker who knows best knows why you have to go at this time. Med) as you affectionately call your husband, God is your comforter. Amazing Grace God is your comforter. Rest in the bosom of the Lord From me and my family and the GTBank family
Posted by Ernestina Kloba on 6th October 2016
I want to say" thank you" to God for giving me the opportunity to know this lovely angel called Mama Beatrice... She always made sure i had a smile every time i met and the best of it all was when she called me "My lady Tina" i felt like i was the most special and beautiful person on earth. You will forever remain in our hearts and memories mummy... The thought of you bring smiles and joy to our faces. We love you and may the God of Royalhouse, keep you safe. Well done mummy...
Posted by Novella Ashison on 5th October 2016
i met her when she joined Royallhouse. The Lady with a swag, a beautiful smile, kind words of everyone. always ready to give her time, her resources. i will surely miss her, Royal ladies will miss her, Royalhouse will miss her. you are gone but never will you be forgotten. RIP Lady Dcn Beatrice.
Posted by Susanna Nana Okyere on 5th October 2016
May Her Beautiful Soul Rest In PEACE.we Roayl House Members and Royal Ladies will miss Her.RIP
Posted by Paul Danquah on 5th October 2016
May Her soul rest in Perfect Peace
Posted by Kwame Osikani Kusi on 4th October 2016
When we first met through my wife to whom she has loong been a mother, I was clutching a Samsung Galaxy S2, it was new and I was all excited about it. She asked how much it cost to buy and when I mentioned the price, she freaked out and quickly converted all that into how much cement the money could buy. From that moment she became a mother to me too. When our son was born, she became a de-facto grandma to him. She was soo full of life and a great lover of God and of the things of God. Mrs. Osae as we called you, we know you have been called to a higher purpose and looking down on us with a smile. May the memories we have of you be engraved in our hearts but even more importantly that we will cling to your God, just as you did. Grandma...da yie.
Posted by Edward Ofosu-Barko on 4th October 2016
Damrifa due. Due ne amanihunu. You are at peace with God now, but yet, to live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.
Posted by MacDonald Chaava on 4th October 2016
Our paths briefly crossed and those moments we shared will always be precious memories. Loved. May Your Soul Rest in Eternal Peace.
Posted by Eric Xexemeku on 4th October 2016
I had know when I worked in Tema Lube Oil and later met her in Royalhouse chapel, She love the Lord and served God with her whole being. I am still in shock that she has go to be with the Lord. My prayers and thoughts are with the family in this difficult moment. All I will say is IT IS WELL...
Posted by Fiifi Nunekpeku on 4th October 2016
No words can describe the way I feel. You didn't even give me a note or a warning. I wanted you to live for ever. I wanted you not to depart. I wanted to make those trips to Tema. I wanted to invite you to my office again. Mom, talk to me.
Posted by Scott Agyapong on 4th October 2016
I am so glad to have known you. The little moment we shared together will forever be remembered. Rest in peace!
Posted by McPatrice Td on 4th October 2016
God bless you. You've raised a beautiful, God-fearing daughter. Even though you are no more your legacy will still live on.

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