ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Louise Auber, 60 years old, born on April 8, 1960, and passed away on January 17, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Desmond (Dessie Borbor) A... on February 27, 2021
Louise you’ve been in my head every single day since you transitioned to be with Our Father in Heaven. I still struggle to believe we will never see in this lifetime. I hear your voice, your expressions, I see each detail of your face and smile, you shaking your feet repeatedly and remember every poignant conversation we’ve had - decorating your house when you moved and over Christmas 2019 preparing for our arrival and having such a lovely time together as a family. I still struggle to think you’re not here anymore. It’s taken me this long to write this. Aye Eish. Rest in eternal and perfect peace and May God’s light perpetually shine on you. Rest well ya cuz.
Posted by Joy Fraser on February 26, 2021
Louise, your generous and loving spirit will never be forgotten. The hours I spent with you when you visited UK in December, remain etched in my mind, as you shared the overwhelming grace and love of God - a legacy that I know will carry those who you love, so that aching hearts will become grateful hearts. We love you, but God loves you best - rest in his bosom Louise
Posted by Yvonne Fraser on February 25, 2021
Louise may your beautiful soul continue to rest in eternity. Gone but never forgotten beautiful angel..
Posted by Georgina Awoonor-Gordon on February 25, 2021
It really is still unbelievable. Rest in peace dearest Louise. Your smile, your gentleness, your faith in God will forever stay in my heart and inspire me to be better. Lots of love always ❤️
Posted by Gloria Carew on February 25, 2021
For those we love within the veil,
Who once were comrades of our way,
We thank the lord for they have won
To cloudless day.

Louise we love you, but Jesus loves you more.
Your warm beautiful smile, will linger in our hearts.
Christmas day 2019, will never be forgotten.
We all had such a good time, little did we know.
BUT . . .
Posted by Rowland Gordon on February 25, 2021
You lit our hearts with your smile. You lifted our hearts with your generosity. You made us all feel special with love. You are gone but your legacy will remain in our hearts forever. Rest well until we meet again
Posted by Dorothy Awoonor-gordon on February 24, 2021
Louise, you may be gone from our sight but you are never gone from our hearts. You will be missed forever and always as the beautiful moments you shared will always speak of the great person that you were. The sun has indeed set on an amazing life. Rest in peace up in the heaven Louise.

Say not in grief ‘She is no more’ but in thankfulness that 'She was'.– Hebrew Proverb
Posted by Jennifer Lemon-Thomas on February 24, 2021
There are some who bring a light so great to the World that even after they are gone the light remains.
It's been very difficult to find the right words to express the sadness and void your death has left in our hearts Louise.
As Christians we mourn as people who have Faith, knowing that you now enjoy eternal life. Till we meet again... Rest in perfect peace 
Posted by Bernadette Bertin on February 24, 2021
Louise you left us when we lease expect it your memories will forever stay with us rest in peace
Posted by Desmondrobbin@Gmail.com R... on February 24, 2021
I had the shocking news of passing away of Louise and very hard to believe without hearing about any illness, I was shocked , but we have to leave everything to God may her soul continue to rest in peace and be in heaven.
Posted by Denis Johnson on February 24, 2021
Dearest Louise,
Thank you for being there for me at a very critical time in my adolescence. I’ll never forget the pizza lunch and most importantly the valued advise you imparted that day in Lewisham.
You have left us much too soon but God knows best! Fond memories of you all after church at 11 Lamina Sankoh st.
May the good Lord watch over and protect your beloved Olabisi, Ronald, Yvette and the rest of the family.
Posted by Dionne Harding on February 23, 2021
We never would have felt ready to say good-bye to someone as special as you, Louise and the timing feels especially tough. It’s hard to lose someone who meant so much to all of us, and even harder that we can’t all be together to say good-bye. Sleep well Cuz .
Posted by Esther Kamara on February 23, 2021
I write this with great sadness over the unimaginable loss of a friend and sister. This beautiful woman (inside and out), was a wonderful friend, “supporting “ me for over 30 years with her gentle and caring nature.

Louise would say what needs to be said, because it is good for the relationship and the soul. She was of the conviction that unfinished business causes pain and having peace is essential for a healthy and joyful life!

I hope you forgive me for the many times I brushed you off when religion would slip into our conversations. Her response would be, “You Catholics are a hard nut to crack”.

I am still struggling to come to terms with your passing. I however take solace that as a devout Christian you are in the best place and resting well.

When we love people, it is so comforting to know that they will always be with us in our hearts. Take your rest dear Louise, I will see you again.
Esther
Posted by Flo Aub on February 23, 2021
Louise, God loves you best. Missing you love. Life is not the same without you.
Posted by Julee Awoonor-Gordon on February 23, 2021
Dearest Louise...never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be here on this site writing about you. I think about you a lot, A LOT and it all still seems like a dream, a bad dream.

However the God we serve teaches us that we must mourn as Christians, with hope for joy cometh in the morning. As a Christian I have to believe this.

I will always miss you. In time I am sure the memories which now bring tears will instead bring smiles and what hurts now will ache less.

Rest in perfect peace my landlady, rest well xxox
Posted by Yvette Shears on February 21, 2021
A big blow!!! Running the hospital errands knowing we had so many people praying for your recovery, I was convinced you will recover from the your illness. The doctors were telling me your case was critical, I refused to accept as I was focusing on the Author and Finisher of my faith. He knew and knows better. Who am I to question. My worse moment was when they opened the door to the morgue. I knew it was real. I had so much I wanted to discuss with you on your return home but it never happened. I know you are at peace with the Lord. God will see us through. It is well.

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Posted by Desmond (Dessie Borbor) A... on February 27, 2021
Louise you’ve been in my head every single day since you transitioned to be with Our Father in Heaven. I still struggle to believe we will never see in this lifetime. I hear your voice, your expressions, I see each detail of your face and smile, you shaking your feet repeatedly and remember every poignant conversation we’ve had - decorating your house when you moved and over Christmas 2019 preparing for our arrival and having such a lovely time together as a family. I still struggle to think you’re not here anymore. It’s taken me this long to write this. Aye Eish. Rest in eternal and perfect peace and May God’s light perpetually shine on you. Rest well ya cuz.
Posted by Joy Fraser on February 26, 2021
Louise, your generous and loving spirit will never be forgotten. The hours I spent with you when you visited UK in December, remain etched in my mind, as you shared the overwhelming grace and love of God - a legacy that I know will carry those who you love, so that aching hearts will become grateful hearts. We love you, but God loves you best - rest in his bosom Louise
Posted by Yvonne Fraser on February 25, 2021
Louise may your beautiful soul continue to rest in eternity. Gone but never forgotten beautiful angel..
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Shared by AD Pee on February 23, 2021
~ Words cannot express how devastated we still are since you left us for the Great Beyond. Our hearts are still heavy and our feelings sore. Mum continues to cry bitterly each time we recall how blessed you were...

We cannot question what God has done but trust that He deemed it fit to call you to be with the Angels seeing your work on earth was done.

Continue to Rest In Perfect Peace, Louise - Your beautiful memories will forever be etched in our minds......