Posted by Josephine Taylor on February 8, 2016
On behalf of the Adjaie Johnson family of Waterloo Village, Sierra Leone, I want to express sincere condolences to you all for the loss of Uncle Bisodu as he was fondly called. I vividly remember him and his wife when they visited our family home in Waterloo. He was such a loving and sweet gentleman. May his soul rest in peace...from Josephine and James Taylor, Maryland, USA.
Posted by Pam Smiley Wheelz Hall on February 5, 2016
Why do I call Mr. Maddy " King Maddy". I met King Maddy through my home care worker who is know my Adopted Sister, and best friend Christian Taylor. When I would go to visit Moma M & M. And King Maddy his personality was very strong, and just like a king he stood out. That way I call him king Maddy. And he smile was of a king, so smile on king Maddy. And take your place on your throne. Your smile will live on. Love you much my adopted Dad King Maddy.
Posted by SAMUEL MADDY on February 4, 2016
May the winds of love blow softly
And whisper for you to hear
That we'll always love and miss you
And wish that you were here.
Posted by Samuel Atere-Roberts on January 26, 2016
I will always remember Mr. Maddy in his vintage Austin car and giving my brother a ride daily from Regent Road, Lumley to Standard Bank.  May his soul rest in perfect peace. Amen

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