Let the memory of Sampson be with us forever
  • 79 years old
  • Born on October 24, 1936 in Ghana.
  • Passed away on September 20, 2016 in Ghana.

1 Thessalonians 4:13-18
For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again,even so God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus

For this we say to you by the word of  the Lord,that we who are alive and remain until the coming of the Lord will by no means precede those who are asleep

For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout,with the voice of an archangel and with the trumpet of God.And the dead in Christ will rise first.

Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air.And thus we shall always be with the Lord

Therefore comfort one another with these words. AMEN!

Sampson Ayisi Yeboah's Memorial service Video


Posted by Vida Yeboah on 20th September 2018
Love you Dad but our dear God loves you best. Forever in our hearts
Posted by Akosua Yeboah Asuo on 17th June 2018
Posted by Nana Oye Yeboah on 17th June 2018
Hello DAA, The WORLD CUP is on ooo. It's RUSSIA! Russia is hosting. By the way, I must add that it's year 2018 ooo... knowing you now live in eternity... Hmmmm GH didn't qualify. Nigeria did. You should see their outfit when they touched down on Russian soil. So jerh! ;0) And Daa, your guys! the "dami-dami" people. Awwwooo don't tell me you've lost touch because you NEVER DO! Am certain you still have plenty memory space left on your " Memory Card ". Kindly talk to JESUS to slot such chips in my generations too wai? Well... it's CROATIA. those guys are still making you proud and you still love them right? lol!!!!! Yeah yeah I watched the life matches starring at you in your favourite "3-in 1" chair you purchased in the year GOD gave ME to YOU and lived the euphoric moment with you.., but this time, I did NOT CRY. HAPPY FATHER'S DAY.
Posted by Nana Oye Yeboah on 24th October 2017
Happy Earth Day Daa. We honour and celebrate you this day as one rear gift that GOD generously bestowed us. I know you are at a much much much much much better place where neither sorrow nor pain exists. Humans do not die you know... we only "move on" to where we choose to spend eternity! which could only be accessed without the flesh. So live on!!! Daa ;0)
Posted by Akosua Yeboah Asuo on 24th October 2017
Happy Birthday Dad .Today would have been another milestone I sat by your bedside and we shared a prayer. You were such a humble and God-fearing man that it didn't matter to you whether the prayer came from a child. At the end you were always in high hopes and proclaimed that" a year from now I will be walking on my own and I will walk from Tema to Accra singing and praising God for His goodness". We the Yeboah maidens love and miss you much. Rest In Peace Dad.
Posted by Akosua Yeboah Asuo on 20th September 2017
Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old,he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6 It's been exactly a year since your departure. I do miss you a lot Dad but your nurturing,strength,zeal and love for the Lord that you impressed on me has had profound impact.I'm wiser,stronger and a better person.Thank you Dad.Forever in our thoughts and hearts. Akos.
Posted by Ayisibea Crentsil on 20th September 2017
One year today dad since you left us.your memories are still fresh in our hearts.life was so unfair to u daddy but you were always cheerful and hopeful. Your zeal to life will continue to be my motivation,to live life to the fullest no matter the situation. I have thrived for a better relationship with God because that was what you wanted most for me.gone but not forgotten daddy.sometimes I wished I could have done something else to save your life that day,but I know God knows best.and in all things I give him thanks.for the time he gave us to spend with you.rest peacefully daddy.I know you are in a better place were there is no more pain or sorrow.love always from your 'Bee'.
Posted by Vida Yeboah on 20th September 2017
No one to share ideas with, no one to share jokes with, no one to be the first to wish me or the kids a happy birthday and no one to encourage me in what I do. Miss you for a whole year Dad, but you thought me how to thank and pray to Jehovah, the Elohim, the Lion of Judah in times of trouble and even happiness for answers in Life. This is a treasure I adore and God continue to bless you Yaw Yeboah. Always love ❤️ you. Forever in my heart ❤️
Posted by Patricia Antwi-Boasiako on 25th November 2016
Hmmmm, Life, it has many pathways.Just yesterday I saw Daa, as I affectionately call him, smiling and chatting with me when I last visited in Tema just before he moved out to Madina. .Now he is gone, forever gone but I believe strongly that he is lying in the Lords bossom. Daa, da yie!!! I will forever miss your kind smile, Akos, Barbara, Venus and Maa, hy3 din
Posted by Selom Asuo on 27th October 2016
Parting comes and hearts are broken loved ones go with words unspoken Papa Sampson Ayisi Yeboah may your soul rest in peace
Posted by Selom Asuo on 27th October 2016
Parting comes and hearts are broken loved ones go with words unspoken Papa Sampson Ayisi Yeboah may your soul rest in peace
Posted by Nana Oye Yeboah on 26th October 2016
Daddy, IT IS WELL ok? for isn't it appointed unto man to die once and after that judgement? You are the BEST decision that mum ever made. Thank you for being YOU and always being there for us through us ALL
Posted by Maxwell Annani on 24th October 2016
Dear Mr Yeboah: May your gentle soul Rest In Peace. You will always be in our prayers. We will all miss you dearly. Very Respectfully, Maxwell
Posted by Lynn Mather on 23rd October 2016
I never knew Sampson Yeboah, but I see Akos' face in his photo, her glow, her intelligence, her sensitivity. I can understand he was cherished.

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