A perpetual joy to everyone around her...so much that heaven couldn't wait. Your memory will live on in our hearts and minds forever. We love you, Dearest Sarah.
  • 44 years old
  • Born on March 4, 1974 in Kumba, Cameroon.
  • Passed away on December 7, 2018 in Wolfsburg, Germany.

Remember Me 

Don't Remember me with sadness, 

Don't remember me with tears, 

Remember all the laughter, 

We've shared throughout the years.  

Now I am contented that my life was worthwhile, 

Knowing that I passed along the way I made somebody smile. 

When you are walking down the street and you've got me on your mind, 

I'm walking in your footsteps, only half a step behind. 

So please don't be unhappy just because I am out of sight. 

Remember that I am with you, each morning, noon and night. 

Posted by Bennett Ahlijah on 10th January 2019
* If I could write a story of a star it would be about Sarah. Of a heart of gold. Of a kind and loving woman, sister, mother, friend and fiancée. Of one whose bright light shun in many lives and hearts. Now she has joined the stars and her light still shines so bright. I’m so grateful to have known you. Your spark will keep in our hearts. And when we miss you, we just need to look up to the stars. Shine bright, shine eternally.
Posted by Bedie Nnoko on 9th January 2019
I always counted on the fact that you would be there like when we were children, Looming over me each morning waking me up to get ready for primary school. Standing up for me because you understood me as well as a sister would. Teasing me and pushing me to look at life from other perspectives. All the adventures that ensued as we grew up and progressed through life. I admired you heart and your ability to take the time to get to know people on a personal level, feeling their pains deeply and celebrating their joys wholeheartedly. You recognised and chose me as your sister-friend and I was comfortable in the knowledge that you would always be there, sharing our lives over phone calls, and having silly crazy, memorable innuendos each time we met. How I counted on the fact that you would always be there, to share inside jokes, to recount memories, to laugh like school girls, to fall asleep while I talked all night thinking you are listening, to give consolation to eachother, to give advice to eachother, to be a big sister to my siblings and a daughter to my parents, to build a bond with my children, to speak to eachother in broken Lifaw when we didn't want others to understand us. To remember our grandmothers and Kumba-town as we knew it growing up, to be my Google search engine for all the memories I have forgotten, to just be Sarah and be somewhere I know I can reach you and so much more I can not put into words. That can never be anymore and I have to figure out who I am and how I am going to be now that you are not going to be there anymore. It is a whole new journey. I hope that you will stay alive in my memories and I will never lose you in my heart. Rest in peace dear Sarah. E samban Ma Bele na Ma Kongmateh na Ma Fule na Ma Dibo. Si minan bumbu nfaw ❤
Posted by Florence Mawun AKA Mamie ... on 6th January 2019
Sarah Sarah. I have deliberately procrastinated writing a tribute because l’m still in denial. Nonetheless, l have to embrace your departure as painful as it is. There have been mornings that l came downstairs to my kitchen and still hear your rather peculiar voice inviting everyone to come and eat your scrumptious eru. I know it’s all in my thoughts. Nonetheless, your presence remains a powerful force amongst us. Not only did you bring so much love and happiness to Jerry, but you touched each and everyone of us his family members, in different ways. What a void.
Posted by Florence Bessem on 3rd January 2019
Posted by Jerry Ahlijah on 31st December 2018
Unfortunately, words cannot truly embody the whirlwind I have been going through since December 7th. You were all I had in this world. You came into my life unexpectedly, but you brought hope, vibrance, love, vision, joy, piece of mind and so much more that I didnt even know that I needed at that time.By God's grace, we only multiplied those things throughout our time together. The Lord gave me 8 years with you, and they have undoubtedly been the best years of my life thus far. But that is what makes it most difficult. I don’t know where to go from here. And honestly, even if I do, I dont want to go without you. You were MySarah. I want us to fulfill all the plans we made. But the course of life has made other plans for us. You once told me that nothing can break the strength of our love or the bond of our hearts--because our spirits will find each other and mesh. My Love now that I can no longer see or hold you physically, I will take consolation in your reminder. You will always be MySarah and I will always love you. Rest well, My Love.
Posted by Dr. Sarah Gwagsi on 30th December 2018
Biggy, We shared a lot in common while growing up as “Big Sarah and Small Sarah.” I wish we had more time to do, and say the things we saved for later, and to correct the things we said to hurt each other. Biggy as I call you, my heart is heavy for losing someone so special, I am not ready to say goodbye even when I know it is a step in life. I will not say goodbye forever, but goodbye for now, and I pray you find tranquility with the lord, as you Rest In Peace. ♥️ ♥️ ♥️ Small Sarah
Posted by Armstrong Agbortabi on 24th December 2018
My Precious Little Sister who could give her Arm and Legs for Me, I am still numb and speechless when I think of your departure from this World. I have decided to hold on to the PRECIOUS MEMORIES we shared together. You touched almost every life that you came across. You will be solely missed by your entire family and friends, Thank you for being my Sister for 44 years on this side of eternity. I am convinced that we shall meet again in the Glorious Kingdom of God. LOVE YOU "Brother"
Posted by Tua Am In A Fese on 24th December 2018
My Heart is Bleeding. My dearest Sarah your pass away was like a dream in my eyes. I last saw you in my mother's wake keeping here in the UK and we share lots of old stories about our families and life in general. I don't know how to put the emptiness out there to people but God knows why. Am going to describe you as an amazing, Noble, kind and sociable woman because you make sure everyone is comfortable who is beside you. Sister you will be the most humble angle in heaven. Greet mummy and my mother. You are forever in my heart. Sleep tight and prepare a place for me. Miss you Sarah. Amina Fese
Posted by Val Kilo Moutchia on 24th December 2018
My dear Sarah, I am stunned, have not been able to shake this feeling. What an immense loss... we prayed for one more day, one more week, one more month but the Lord had better plans. What a force of light you were, came into our lives when we all needed such a light. Looking back we had such good memories and fun together whether it was in the U.S., Cameroon or Germany. The great plans for the future we shared, they are now but dreams unfulfilled. My love I hope you know you were loved immensely, I will miss your laugh, your voice and your smile. Despite this pain, we have to let you go like a dove in the sky. Rest in peace with the Lord my dear, till we meet again. Adieu sweet angel!
Posted by Mamie Ngassa on 24th December 2018
Goodbyes are not for ever, are not the end, it simply means I'll miss you Serah until we meet again.Sleep tight my beautiful friend.Rest well with the Lord, where there's no more pain & suffering, no hatred & envy. Continue to be the angel that you were while on earth.Your heart was pure & full of love towards everyone.I will truly miss you my classmate & friend.Later Sweet Angel.

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