- 60 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 28, 1954
- Place of birth:
- Date of passing: Oct 2, 2014
- Place of passing:
|"He fought a good fight, he kept the faith, and he accomplished his mission here on earth"|
Mrs. Linda Wandji Elong-Njume(Daughter), on behalf of the family, announces with deep sadness and a very heavy heart the Passing of our dad, husband, father-in-law, brother, grandpa and friend; SOP Isaac Chuwa WANDJI on Oct. 2, 2014 after a protracted illness in Bamenda, Cameroon.
"He fought a good fight, he kept the faith, and he accomplished his mission here on earth"
FUNERAL CEREMONY IN BOSTON, USA
DATE: Saturday October 18th 2014
VENUE: 64 Wyman st, Brockton Ma, 02301
- Arrival of Relatives and friends
- Word of Welcome and Introduction by R. Takang
- Reading of Biography
- Prayers and Scriptures
- Eulogy from Linda Wandji Elong-Njume
- Personal Tributes
1. Dr Nazy Ebua
2. Professor Zachary Senwo
3. Ma Margaret Ndi
4. Maura Anjoh
5. Joseph Mbianda
6. Christopher Nana
- Moving Personal stories
- Acknowledgements and Closing
= Linda Wandji Njume: 7742407591
= CPP Wilson Elong Njume: 01123777691371,
= Yvette Wandji Akerenwi: 5874337898
= Ruphous Takang: 6173198445
= Benen Takang: 6173198445
= Vivian Sama Lambi: 5087409205,
= Alex Mbianda:7818599878
= Margaret Ndi:7818881549
= Chris Nana: 3399871160
FUNERAL CEREMONY IN CAMEROON
Friday 24th October, 2014
5: Pm wake-Keep at his residence without corpse beginning with mass
Saturday 25th October, 2014.
7:am Removal of mortal remain from the Holy family Hospital mortuary-Akum
9:am Mass at St Joseph’s metropolitan Cathedral Big Mankon
12 noon Viewing of corpse at his residence at Upper Bayelle
–Behind the Water Tank.
2: Pm Refreshments
Sunday family re-union at 9:am
"You were a Hero and Role Model to us all,though you moved on to a better place you are still in the present to us all. Physically we will miss you but forever you will remain in our hearts. You will be remembered as a loving Husband,Dad,Uncle,Inspirer..... I always remember the last advice you gave me ' STUDY HARD YOUNG MAN' Your light will always keep on shinning. Till we meet again...."
"At the first anniversary of Mr. Wandji Isaac's demise, I take this opportunity to comfort the Wandji Family and all friends of late Mr. Wandji Isaac and to remind us that death comes to pass and we have to build on his struggles by facing our own challenges squarely. As we remember him, we should be comforted that he is with the LORD.
God Bless you.
Ruphous Takang & Family."
"May the good Lord grant rest to his soul and consolation to his family."
"" Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints." Psalm 116:15.
His name was Mr. Wandji but my entire family called him Daddy. We were blessed and are pleased to have meet and known him. He was simple, respectful, God-fearing and an advisor. We had fun and discussed life challenges in Cameroon and the US. In fact, he had become a friend and I'm fulfilled my entire family ( my beloved wife, children and Grandma) shared in his life. I wish we had more!! We are deeply saddened at his demise but are comforted to know that " he lived the life of a saint" and is now in the sight of the LORD. He has not died but lives forever because as William Penn says, " Death cannot kill what never dies." Daddy has not died, we will soon meet again!!
Ruphous Takang & Family
"let your light continues shining.you shall forever remain in our thought"
"Not Ready to Let You Go
I wish that I could tell you
I'm not ready to let you go.
But you've already departed,
And my heart is feeling so low.
I miss that little twinkle
That used to light up your eyes.
And I miss the sound of your voice,
Your laughter and your sighs.
But most of all I miss
The way you made me feel,
Like nothing could ever harm me because
Your love was so strong and real.
There are others here who miss you,
And they've gathered here today.
Your life touched so many people,
Who became your friends along the way.
They want you to know they love you, too.
And they're filled with sadness and grief.
No one really wants to say goodbye,
So we'll just wish you eternal peace."
"A mass is going to be celebrated in his memory in 9 minutes. Que la terre de nos encetres lui soit légère..."
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