ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lydia Naomi Tetteh. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Henrietta Aidoo on March 28, 2021
Mummy Lydia,
It's been a year since you left us. You were a special woman with a beautiful smile that we miss so much.
Thank you for the beautiful memories you gave us, that we can never forget. You are dearly missed and forever you will be in our hearts. Rest in peace.
Posted by Adelaide Willis on March 16, 2021
Mom Lydia;
It has already been a year since you left this earth! We know you are resting peacefully after a job well done. We are all trying to do the best we can as you will have us do. You will forever be in our hearts. 
Posted by Rodger Allotey on March 9, 2021
Rodger Vanderpuye:

Ma Lydia, you will forever remain in our hearts.
Your kindness keeps resonating with us.
We remember your kind words, discipline and love not only to your children but to us all.
Our visits to your children is like being at home.
To you every child is your child.
Thank you for the hygiene practices you instil in us. 
Ma Lydia you will forever remain in our hearts.
May the good Lord give you eternal rest.
Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Mina Anochie on March 9, 2021
I miss hearing your voice and your laugh Grandma.
May your beautiful soul rest in peace and power.
I miss and love you!
Posted by Rodger Allotey on March 8, 2021
Henry Otoo:

Keep resting in Peace Auntie

Love and Blessings to you and all the family Bro
Posted by Rodger Allotey on March 8, 2021
From Muriel:

My Mum..My love..My life.
Job asked.........

14If a man dies, can he live again? I will wait all the days of my compulsory service Until my relief comes.
15You will call, and I will answer you. You will long for the work of your hands 14:14,15

Through the book of John we have the promise from our father, of a resurrection.....Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out .

I hope and pray by God's grace that we will see each other again in paradise.

I have so much to tell you.

You are sorely missed..but until then....

Sleep well mum..Sleep well..
Posted by Angela Allotey on March 8, 2021
Remembering you a year after your sudden passing. May your memory never fade away and may you continue to rest in the arms of the Lord, your maker.
Rest in peace, Mom.
Posted by Joseph Allotey on March 8, 2021
Thank you grandma for everything you have done for us and watching over us. I miss our little talks and all your words of encouragement. Rest well and love you..❤️
Posted by Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe on March 8, 2021
You were precious a gift from God, so much beauty,grace,love and patience you possessed. You touched our hearts in so many ways, your strength and smile even on dark days made us realize we have an angel beside me. May your soul and the souls of the faithful departed , continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord until the last day of the resurrection, when we shall meet again . Amen !
Posted by Hannah Allotey on March 8, 2021
may your gentle soul rest in peace. forever in our hearts
Posted by Jerome Otoo on March 8, 2021
I can only speak of what I know of Auntie Lydia. She was the loving, caring lady from my childhood through to adulthood, with an uncanny resemblance to her sister (my mother) Augustina. She was mischievously adorable but with a quiet authority that only the foolhardy would test. She was the focal point of the family, is greatly missed and will never be forgotten. Rest in peace Auntie and blessings to the family she had to leave behind.
Posted by Ago MacGranaky Quaye on March 8, 2021
I was at your graveside this morning. It struck me that one thing I'll always be grateful for is that you birthed Rodger. Thank you and keep on blessing him and the rest of your offspring and loved ones.
I'll always remember your smiles and the uncanny ability to judge character. Auntie Naami, enjoy heaven and keep on smiling in His bosom till we meet again. RIP.
Posted by Rodger Allotey on March 8, 2021
Acollinza:

2 Corinth. 5:8 has helped me during this past couple of years. There is one thing I am confident with and I know Paula and Mom are with the Lord. And one day we shall see them again. My greetings to all. Stay blessed.
Posted by Rodger Allotey on March 8, 2021
Jerome Otoo:

My goodness...1 year seems to have passed so quickly...life sometimes gets in the way of meaningful moments like today, so I was glad to read this messages and Isaac's message on FB. I am sure Auntie Lydia is resting peacefully. Blessings Rodger.
Posted by Rodger Allotey on March 8, 2021
One year on, your memory is as vivid as if your passing happened just yesterday.

I personally ask a lot of questions, trying to go into your mind to see what informed some of your actions but I guess I can never understand the love and ways of a mother.

You have played your part.

Rest in perfect peace

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Posted by Henrietta Aidoo on March 28, 2021
Mummy Lydia,
It's been a year since you left us. You were a special woman with a beautiful smile that we miss so much.
Thank you for the beautiful memories you gave us, that we can never forget. You are dearly missed and forever you will be in our hearts. Rest in peace.
Posted by Adelaide Willis on March 16, 2021
Mom Lydia;
It has already been a year since you left this earth! We know you are resting peacefully after a job well done. We are all trying to do the best we can as you will have us do. You will forever be in our hearts. 
Posted by Rodger Allotey on March 9, 2021
Rodger Vanderpuye:

Ma Lydia, you will forever remain in our hearts.
Your kindness keeps resonating with us.
We remember your kind words, discipline and love not only to your children but to us all.
Our visits to your children is like being at home.
To you every child is your child.
Thank you for the hygiene practices you instil in us. 
Ma Lydia you will forever remain in our hearts.
May the good Lord give you eternal rest.
Rest in perfect peace.
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Shared by Dr. Clement Dodoo on March 9, 2021
My very dear auntie Naami. All too soon a year is gone. I must confess that last chirstmas was very different. I didn't get to do my ritual visit to you for those discussions and humorous moments. Just to let you know that we miss you dearly. May you continue to rest in the Lord's bosom till we meet again.

We love you