Let the memory of Perry be with us forever
  • 44 years old
  • Born on March 29, 1972 .
  • Passed away on September 20, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Perry Darkey 44 years old, born on March 29, 1972 and passed away on September 20, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Dorothy Fordjour on 20th September 2017
Time passes but not one day goes by that you are not here in our hearts. The day you died was not just a date on the calendar, it was the day when our very existence changed forever. "May the souls of our dearly departed and the souls of all faithful departed through the mercy of God, Rest in Perfect Peace"
Posted by Dorothy Fordjour on 29th March 2017
T.K. today would have been your 45th birthday, remembering you is easy. I do it everyday, but missing you is a heartache that never goes away. I hold you tightly within my heart and there you will remain. Life will never be the same without you. Keep on Resting in the Good Lord.
Posted by Dorothy Fordjour on 9th March 2017
TRIBUTE BY SISTERS "Death is the liberator of whom freedom cannot release the physician of whom medicine cannot cure, the Comforter of whom time cannot console" Thanks to everyone for being here today to pay your last respects to our brother T. K. Tuesday, 20th September will ever remain indelible in our minds as the day that our lives were permanently changed and shattered forever. It was the day we unexpectedly lost our only and eldest brother. Even though T.K. wasn't well, we were optimistic that he will get better but it wasn't meant to be. TK, if love alone could have saved your life, then you wouldn't have died because our Mother did everything she could possibly do. We are deeply grieved by your departure nevertheless we are consoled in the fact that God Knows Best. We had an affectionate relationship with our brother. Perry "Opoku" as he called himself had a great sense of humor. His most popular greeting was "Good day" "Good day", followed by one of his numerous jokes. As an uncle, he had an excellent relationship with his nieces and nephews. He picked them up every now and then for a nice treat, which they enjoyed so much and those times were great bonding moments for them. As much as he liked to crack jokes and make us laugh, he was a disciplinarian too. When he got angry, his facial expression and the way he spoke reminded us of our late Father. T. K., we knew how active and hardworking you were but like most humans, you had your share of challages. Your untimely death is a big blow to us your sisters and we are yet to come to terms with the brutal fact that you are no longer with us. You have thrown us into untold agony, tears and pain. The void you've created can never be filled, since memories are the cushions of life, we will forever cherish fond memories of you and always have a place in our hearts for you. "May the souls of the faithfully departed, through the mercy of God Rest in Perfect Peace". T. K., WE LOVE YOU BUT GOD LOVES YOU MORE. BRO T. K., WO JOGBAN YE NUNTSO LE KPOKOIAMLI. October 28, 2016.
Posted by Dorothy Fordjour on 26th November 2016
Today has been one of many hardest days since your passing. No day goes by that I don't think of you. I miss you so dearly my big brother. R.I.P. T.K.
Posted by Abraham Lamptey on 18th October 2016
There is no tragedy in being ushered from this life to the next when that next life is spent in the presence of God. The only real tragedy is a life that ends without that hope. Rest in peace with your maker my friend.
Posted by Nii Darko on 29th September 2016
'' Miss you so much my brother and friend, I guess you were needed more in Heaven than right here on Earth so the Good Lord called you. Rest in his bossom. We all miss you. T.K. TK. TK. God's speed. Till we meet at his feet, you will never be forgotten."
Posted by Yaa Addo on 29th September 2016
Rest in peace dear brother-in-law! May the Good Lord give you rest as His comforts and takes care of your loved ones.

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