Let the memory of Dr. Lawrence Chi Awasom be with us forever.
  • 62 years old
  • Born on March 4, 1956 in Bamenda, North West Region, Cameroon.
  • Passed away on January 11, 2019 in Houston, Texas, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dr. Lawrence Awasom. He was 62 years old, born on March 4, 1956 and passed away on January 11, 2019. We will remember him forever. This site will be an avenue for all information regarding Dr. Awasom's funeral plans and final resting place. A detailed program of activities will be posted and updated accordingly. 

Contributions: Elvis Nkemta  Bank of America Account # 383008944429 Routing 031202084, 026009593(wires) Zip Code 19701 Paypal: Nkemta@yahoo.com Cashapp: 3023125462 

Details for activities in Houston, Texas

Wake (Macuda): Friday March 22nd from 8PM at The Rose Garden Hall (10880 Bissonnet St. Suite 1D, Houston TX 77099)

Viewing: Saturday March 23rd from 1PM to 3PM @ St. Justin Martyr

Service: Saturday March 23rd from 3PM to 4PM  @ St. Justin Martyr (13350 Ashford Point Dr, Houston TX 77082)

Repass/Celebration: After Service from 5PM @ Rim Jhim Hall  (14636 Beechnut St, Houston TX 77083)

Accomodation: Hilton Garden Inn  722 Bonaventure Way Sugarland , TX 77479 Phone 281-491-7777

Information on this site will be updated as we go along. 

Posted by Joseph Tata on 12th March 2019
I meet Dr. Lawrence C. Awasom in GBHS Mbengwi back in 1980 where he thought me European History. He first introduced and described himself as, " A Lanky Fellow with a Hungry Look , Suffering from an Aqueous Atmosphere" Dr. Awasom was a true Gentleman , with high standards for professional ethics. a dedicated Lecturer who was always on time and never missed a lesson. PA Awasom , God will open the Gates of Heaven for you so that you you will continue your services of love of Mankind and Humanitarianism till we meet again. To the family , have courage for it is only God who gives and is only him who takes. Accept our condolences. Dr. Awasom, on behalf of the Class of 82. GBHS Mbengwi, May your soul RIP. Mr. Joseph Babila Tata.
Posted by Tomi Middleton on 7th March 2019
. Dr. Awasom became a dear friend as well as an esteemed faculty member. His concern for his students was well known, and they adored him. As he liked to say, he was a living example of Anthropology. His kindness, generosity, humbleness, smile, friendliness, thoughtfulness, and responsiveness were legendary and he is sorely missed. Tomi
Posted by Bryant Evans on 6th March 2019
Dr. Lawrence Awasom dedicated over 20 years of professional service to educating and inspiring his students and colleagues at Houston Community College. All of us who were fortunate to know Dr. Awasom knew that he was one of a kind - he had an enviable zest for life, a passion for teaching and his students, and a charming and unique personality that lit up any room he entered. Students often spoke of Dr. Awasom in glowing terms, commenting on his gifts of being able to relate to them as people, in storytelling, and in bringing Anthropology to life for them. Those of us who worked with Dr. Awasom knew him to be a true gentleman, and a kind-hearted, compassionate, loyal, team-oriented colleague. Our department (of Anthropology and Geography) was enriched by his presence. While his legacy will always remain, he is and will continue to be sorely missed.

Leave a Tribute