ForeverMissed

Gone From Us …

Gone from us that smiling face,
The cheerful pleasant ways,
The heart that won so many friends,
In bygone, happy days.

A life made beautiful by kindly deeds,
A helping hand for others’ needs.
To a beautiful life,
Comes a happy end,
She died as she lived,
Everyone’s friend.

Born on March 8, 1950 and passed away on April 15, 2019.

We will remember you Mommy forever.

Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on June 15, 2022
Mummy,
Its thirty seven months today that you left this world.So many things has happened but your memories are held close to my heart .Kuku and Adii has grown into the Woman and Man you prayed for.Adii looks at your picture and says 'grandma'. Where are you to answer ? Cheii, Mummy you work nor chop?
Rest on well, irreplaceable grandma.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on May 15, 2022
Another 15th of the Month
Mummy, your life and legacy was well celebrated in Yaounde on the 15th and 16th of April respectively. We will continue to miss you . The grand children are all doing very well. Your spirit is very alive amongst us. Our guiding angel ,continue to watch over us till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on April 19, 2022
Rest well in the bosom of your maker till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on March 15, 2022
Thirty five months today when you left this world
Its still a dream. We miss you very much
May you find continued rest in the bosom of your
maker till we meet to part no more.

Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on March 8, 2022
Happy Birthday Mummy
 I know you are celebrating this day with a host of angels in Heaven.
The Lord alone knows why. May you find continued rest in the bosom of your maker till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on February 15, 2022

Mummy ,rest well in the bosom of your maker where there is no more pain.
Words can't describe how much we miss you, Life is so void and empty.I know your spirit watches over us,protecting and guiding us from the wickedness of this world.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on January 15, 2022
Mummy,
i miss you so much. You are always in my thoughts and prayers.
Kuku and Adii are doing very well and getting better.Continue to watch and intercede for them our guardian angel
Only the almighty knows it all. Rest well MUMMY
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on December 15, 2021
Thirty two months ago today you left this world. We haven't heard from you or seen you. It is still a dream to me. Unbelievable !!!.
Kuku your first grand daughter/child will be twenty yrs old on the 22nd. I wish i could turn back the hands of time . Life is so empty without you.
why, why God ? The pain is so unbearable. Mummy RIPP.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on November 15, 2021
Thinking about you mummy. I will continue to hold you in my heart until i can hold you again in heaven. We miss you so much. Rest well in the bosom of your maker till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on October 15, 2021
Mummy,
Its exactly 30 months today we have not seen or heard from you. The pains and the loss are unbearable ''.Irreplacable Mum'', continue to rest well till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Gaston Boma on October 15, 2021
Mommy ,
Exactly 30 months/2.5 years you left us…still like a dream to me. I know you are still with us in spirit… our guardian Angel. RIPP until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Gaston Boma on October 6, 2021
Mommy,
You are always in my thoughts …I miss you sooooo much! I know you’re overseeing and protecting us! RIPP until we meet again!
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on September 15, 2021
Mummy,
  The world changes from year to year,
  Our lives from day to day,
  But the love and memory of you,
  Shall never pass away.
  Rest well in the bosom of your maker till we meet to part no more.

Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on August 15, 2021
Another 15th of the Month .Mummy ,continue to rest well in the bosom of your maker till we meet to part no more.We miss you a lot . The lord knows it all. It is well.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on July 15, 2021
Mummy, 27 months ago without you today.Its been a hard and difficult pill to swallow but the almighty in his benevolence is guiding and directing our steps.Your generosity and loving ways still gets me through my lonely days.You are always on my mind and forever in my HEART.
Rest on well our guiding angel till we meet to part no more
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on June 15, 2021
Mummy,
 Twenty six months ago you left us . Its seems a like dream. We miss you more than words can express. Continue to rest well our guardian angel.
Missing and loving you in absentia.
Posted by Gaston Boma on June 7, 2021
Another sad Monday... wish you were physically present with us! No doubt that you are our guardian angel!
Mommy RIPP.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on May 15, 2021
Mummy,
Your memory is a treasure i hold in my heart.
RIPP till we meet to part no more
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on May 9, 2021
Happy Mother's day Mommy
Loving and missing you in absentia
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on April 15, 2021
Mummy.
 it's twenty four months today since you took your last breath .
 In life, we loved you dearly ,in death we love you still.
 In our hearts you hold a place , no one else will ever fill.
 Continue to intercede for all of us .
 Rest well our guardian angel
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on March 15, 2021
Mummy,
It's another 15th of the Month. I have not seen or heard from you for 23 months. Now, i know why you always told me to be "strong" and stop crying about Kuku and Adii. You knew that one day i would need the 'strength' to bear your loss. Mummy, it is very HARD. Rest well my guiding Angel.
Posted by Juliet Ndofor on March 8, 2021
Happy birthday and Happy Women’s day. Missing you so much.
Posted by Gaston Boma on March 8, 2021
RIPP Mommy.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on March 8, 2021
Mummy,
Happy 71st Birthday. I am sure this day is been celebrated by a host of Angels .We loved you but God did love you more that is why he called you to be with him. We are celebrating you here on earth individually .  Missing and loving you in absentia till we meet to part no more. Rest well Mummy .
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on February 15, 2021
Losing a mum , does not happen in a moment. It takes years to appreciate the impact of what is gone. Mummy, even though i can not you ,i know your love is guiding us and you are always by our side. Rest well our guiding angel
Posted by Gaston Boma on February 15, 2021
Mommy ,
21 months ago on this hour you departed to rest in the bosom of the almighty lord! We miss you more than words can tell! We know you are our guardian angel overseeing and guiding us. Mommy RIPP until we meet again.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on January 15, 2021
Dearest Mummy,
 Mummy loving and missing you in absentia .Kuku and Adiiboy are growing into the woman and Man you prayed for. The void and the loss are irreplaceable .I know you are in a better place . Rest well in the bosom of your maker till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on December 15, 2020
Mummy,
 Its been twenty months ago you left this world. It seems like yesterday. Its been very hard to live without you but God in his infinite grace has made a way when there seem to be no way . Kuku will be nineteen years old on the 22nd. Who will call and send her clothes, earrings? Irreplaceable grandma !!
Our guiding angel, continue to rest well till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Juliet Ndofor on December 7, 2020
You were in my dream last night and as usual caring for me. Mommy I miss you so much. No one can fill in your gap in my life. My dear mother my chop chair rest well
Posted by Gaston Boma on December 7, 2020
RIPP Mommy .
Posted by Gaston Boma on December 1, 2020
MOMMY we miss you more than words can express !
RIPP until we meet again !!
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on November 15, 2020
Mummy,
Its indeed true that you are no more .I was in Cameroon for two and half weeks. Mummy, the house is an empty NEST . Your physical presence was greatly missed but, i know you are with us every where guiding and protecting us from most of the storms on this earth. Mummy , continue to rest well till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on September 15, 2020
Mummy,
 Missing and loving you in absentia.
 Continue to rest in the bosom of your maker till we meet to part no more.

 
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on August 15, 2020
Mummy,
 Sixteen months ago, you departed from this world .The number sixteen is  symbolic of love and loving. You gave your love indiscriminately to everyone who traversed your path. You are very much loved in absentia. Losing you is
permanent and inexpressible. Its like a wound that will never ''quite heal ''
Rest well my guardian angel.
 


Posted by Juliet Ndofor on July 20, 2020
My darling mother! Missing you so much. Continue to Rest In Peace
Posted by Gaston Boma on July 20, 2020
Mommy, we miss you more than words can express! RIPP until we meet again.❤️
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on July 15, 2020
Mummy.
I still see your face before me . Your voice I long to hear.
There are so many times that I still pick up the phone to call you.
I think of you so often and miss you so very much . RIPP till we meet again.


Posted by Gaston Boma on June 23, 2020
Mommy, we miss you!
RIPP !
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on June 15, 2020
Mummy,.
Fourteen months ago you departed from this world.
Remembering you is easy, i do it every day.
Missing you is a heartache that NEVER goes away.
RIPP till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Gaston Boma on June 1, 2020
Mommy RIPP. We miss you!
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on June 1, 2020
Mummy,
Its a year today that you were buried .You are missed daily and every day, you are that special Mummy which meant to us more than anything in the world. Heaven has gained an angel. RIPP till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Gaston Boma on May 25, 2020
RIPP MOMMY!
Posted by Gaston Boma on May 23, 2020
RIPP MOMMY!
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on May 15, 2020
Mummy,
It is thirteen months ago you departed from this world. Its REAL but only God knows why. WE are missing you. The pain and the void are unbearable. RIPP till we meet to part no more. Loving you in absentia .
Posted by Gaston Boma on May 11, 2020
RIPP MOMMY. We miss you but we know you are our guardian angel until we meet again to part no more.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on May 10, 2020
Mummy Happy Mother's DAY,
 This is the second Mother's day without you. You are still the GREATEST Mum the world would ever have. You are an epitome of the Proverbs 31 Woman and a true representation of the acronym MOTHER.
    M- Magnificent miracle maker
    O-Originally Orderly
    T-True Teacher
    H-Highly honor & honest
    E-Exceptional example
    R-Real rescuer
    Happy Mother's Day and may you continue to rest in the bosom of the     
    lord till we meet to part no more.
    
Posted by Gaston Boma on May 4, 2020
We miss you Mommy.
RIPP until we meet again.
Posted by Gaston Boma on April 27, 2020
In this hour 54 weeks ago, the almighty God called you Mommy into his eternal glory. Mommy RIPP until we meet again.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on April 15, 2020
Grandma,
 It is really true you are no more because i have not received any thing from you for the past year. I missed you so much. Thanks for all the wonderful care and love you showered on me and my brother Adii. You will always remain the BEST grandma in the entire world.Continue to pray and watch over me and Adii. RIPP
'' Your mother''
   Kuku
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on April 15, 2020
Mummy,
Today makes a year when you departed from us.It feels like yesterday.Only God knows why, for his thoughts and ways are not ours.The pains and void are unbearable.What an irreplaceable loss.You are truly missed beyond words . RIPP till we meet to part no more.Gone but in our hearts forever.
 Ma Rosa (as you always called me)
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Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on June 15, 2022
Mummy,
Its thirty seven months today that you left this world.So many things has happened but your memories are held close to my heart .Kuku and Adii has grown into the Woman and Man you prayed for.Adii looks at your picture and says 'grandma'. Where are you to answer ? Cheii, Mummy you work nor chop?
Rest on well, irreplaceable grandma.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on May 15, 2022
Another 15th of the Month
Mummy, your life and legacy was well celebrated in Yaounde on the 15th and 16th of April respectively. We will continue to miss you . The grand children are all doing very well. Your spirit is very alive amongst us. Our guiding angel ,continue to watch over us till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Rosa Anyangwe on April 19, 2022
Rest well in the bosom of your maker till we meet to part no more.
her Life

Her Early Life

Mummy Helen Boma was born on the 8th March 1950 and was named Helen Mungen. Her parents, Pa Daniel Achidi Sama and Mami Julienne Kuyonga Sama, both of blessed memory, celebrated her birth in a very special way. She was the first child to her mother and the third in the family. She was the first daughter in the family. She was born in Ndop, where her father was teaching in the then N. A School, Bamunka-Ndop. Pupils of the N.A. School Ndop in the early fifties will narrate the special attachment of father to daughter. She as young as four occupied a special sit in whatever class her father taught. Growing up Ma Helen was a ‘Tomboy’ she did what both boys and girls did. Her father always had a bicycle and as soon as she could, she learnt how to ride on it; she would be seen riding in long streets in Ndop with her younger siblings’ one in front and one behind. She too learned fast how to make akara banana and bake Cakes from her mother who did both and sold. Whenever the mother was unable to do them for one reason or the other, she stepped in, hence there was always hot akara banana and sweet Cakes for sale. She also learnt fast how to cook for everyone in the house. She protected all her younger siblings from any attacks. She was ready to fight any one who dared to attack any of her younger ones. No doubt they all saw her as 'Mummy”. She grew up as a smart, obedient, and responsible girl, who earned respect from her parents, siblings, relatives and other teachers' children who grew up together, with her in the neighborhood!

Education

Mummy started her Primary education in 1956 in N.A.School Bambili. She continued in N. A School Santa and completed in N. A. School Ndop in 1963. She moved from one school to another following her father's movements from one school to another as transferred. In 1963, she obtained her Standard Six Certificate (End of Primary Education) same year, she was admitted into the woman's Teacher's Training College (W.T.T.C) Mankon. After a year, she identified her calling was to take care of the sick and not to teach. So, in 1964, she sought admission into the Midwifery School attached to the Banso Baptist Hospital, Nso (B.B.H). She was admitted. She successfully finished her Course and graduated as a Grade 1 Midwife from Banso Baptist Hospital (BBH) in 1968.

Her Family

Mummy Helen was married to Pa Oliver Fon Boma. They were both blessed with seven children and twelve grandchildren. They were both happily married. Always seen together in many of their outings. Seen by the Boma’s as Mummy!

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Therese Boma

Shared by Juliet Ndofor on May 9, 2019

My beloved daughter, as we normally called ourselves "Mother and Daughter. It took me long to acquire some strengh to write my own eulogy for you.

Your sudden death has caused so much confusion. We had so many plans for the future, but you left me alone to go through it all. 
You were more than even a Mother to me, my inspiration, my souce strength,  my love, Tamara's Grandma...chaii mummy..
You could have even waited for Tamara to call you grandma, her grandma who always begged God to give her all her pains, her grandma who  cried day in and out for her, a grandmother who would go through all our pain with us, who was always there for us no matter what  time it was. We are all still in shock.  Daughter, I could write  book about you, my beautiful daughter..... Kyra still cries in school everyday. Go well Mummy, even though  you are gone, but our love for you will never die, our sweet memories with you will be cherished till eternity.

Boma Yvonne Ngekwie on behalf of the Biju's family

Shared by Juliet Ndofor on May 9, 2019

Tribute to Mommy Boma Helen. 

Mommy as u are fondly called by all, the young, the old. Words alone can't describe how I feel about your sudden departure from this world.  U were not alone a mother to me but a friend too. Mommy what about the plan  to kribi after the Buea trip where we had real fun? U told me u will not be long in the hospital but behold u never made it back home.  God's ways are not not our ways but one thing for sure I know is that u are resting with the Lord now as you went to be with him on the first day of  Holy week preceeding Easter. Mommy it is a blessing to die with christ. With tears running down my cheeks I say greet your Mbanya mami Boma Christy for I know you have seen her and you two are rejoicing in Christ.  
Adieu mommy until we meet again to share in the eternal banquet. 
Boma Yvonne Ngekwie on behalf of the Biju's family

ADIEU MUMMY Bye bye Boma Charles

Shared by Juliet Ndofor on May 8, 2019

Mummy

It's difficult to accept what the eye is seeing. It's hard to believe in the realities of life. Until the day will come to pass ,then I will settle down. I can't believe a  strong determined ,hard working and smiling mother will leave the house just not to return. It grieves me!!!
I remember the last time you spoke to me at the hospital. "Charles you don came" held my hand and tears ran down your eyes. "Mummy stop crying " I said,and you replied, "I am praying for these children". Little did I know your intension. I have lost that special company in your house, the lengthy discussions and fun.
You embraced me like your first child and hid nothing from me and made me comfortable being a part of your life.
My heart is heavy as I write this, but I believe with your gentle,welcoming and prayerful nature, the Almighty God has prepared a better place for you out of this sinful world.
You have fought your battle and the rest is left for us
ADIEU MUMMY Bye bye Boma Charles