ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sedina Danso-Datey, born on May 15, 1989, and passed away on February 1, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Aaron Daunor on March 27, 2021
Sedina such a sweet and humble soul, you wrote poems and read them to me, you literally taught me how to read and write properly and I respect you so much for that.
Rest well Sedina till we meet again.
Posted by Elaine Ayisa on March 26, 2021
Seddy, I met you through Kobby and it was love at first sight for us. Right from the start you loved me and you didn’t only say it every time, but you showed it every little chance you got. You’d give us your car to use, buy us food, make sure we weren’t fighting, and even if we were you’d always be on my side and shout at him for me. Eventhough Kobby hated it you’d tell me i was the best thing that happened to him. And even when things went south you’d always check on me to make sure I was okay. I miss those times you and Elianne surprised me at school with Cupcakes. Thank you Seddy for being a sister. Thank you for making me feel at home. Thank you for loving me and doing it effortlessly. You did it effortlessly because that’s just who you are.
I’m so sorry Seddy. I shudder a little when the thought of you not here with us comes to mind. When I heard of your passing, for once the thought of death didn’t scare me because it got me thinking; for God to have taken you it means Heaven is really a better place and I’d want to be there too.
I love you Seddy and keep resting in peace till we meet again. ❤️
Posted by RJ Poku on March 25, 2021
It is with profound sadness that Cuppycake house express our deepest condolence to Seddy’s family for the loss of their beloved daughter, sister, wife, and mother.

When we first met Seddy at our store over five years ago, her politeness, her kindness, and her smile took our breath away. Her character and personality were near flawless.

Over a very short period, she became one of our favorite customers and a friend. So you can imagine our sadness, our shock, and our sorrow when we learned that she had passed away. It was always pleasant to see her whenever she came to purchase cupcakes. She was loyal to the Cuppycake house brand and her favorite cupcakes were Double Velvet and Marble Arch.

Seddy respected all people, young and old. She greeted everyone with a smile. When we would tease her, as we sometimes did, she took it in stride and laughed the moments away with us. She was a good friend and a great human being. Today, we all feel blessed to have gotten to know her even for a short time. She was full of life and we will miss her dearly.

Seddy, until we meet again, may you rest in perfect peace and may the angles welcome you with a big Double Velvet cupcake.

Forever in our hearts! 
Posted by Nana Yaw on March 25, 2021
“Smallie”, “small boy”, “born two”, “breda”, “kuku yaw”.. These are the names we fondly called ourselves.
I don’t know where to start, I am struggling with what to say, it has taken me a really awful long time to try to put my thoughts together.
Your sudden death has really shaken me.You were my brother’s priceless jewel, putting a wide smile to his face and I was glad he found you. We had our moments, laughs and disagreements, but the love was deep. I wonder if I will ever come to terms with your passing on. Your sudden death has created a deep hole in our hearts. I have tried several ways of avoiding the pain, but it keeps coming back. Words cannot express the depth of pain and Love. You are surely now an angel up above. Although I was just your brother-in-law, in you this is what I saw, “PURE PERFECTION”. You have left behind two beautiful girls to remind me of you and everything you stood for.
You were one of a special angel on earth. You encamped us with your charming angelic presence that could illuminate a dark atmosphere. Your life was an embodiment of pure joy that transcended our limited human understanding.
Angel seddy, you were a sunbeam that warmed our hearts.
In you, we found an angel!
We take the assurance and consolation from job 51:11, the lowly he sets on high, and those who mourn are lifted to safety.
I remember my last messages to you, “..you will rule… you will overcome. You are God’s child”. I can’t put myself together to write my tribute, all that lingers in my mind is all the sweetness you had and showed me. You were generous, humble and so loving. We played hard. All I can say is, I love you more than Words can ever express.
May God Almighty bless the seeds you have planted.
Soar on to heaven where you find eternal rest!
Rest well in the bossom of Abraham
Rest well, Angel Seddy
Till we meet again
Posted by Adjoa Obeng-Agyemang on March 19, 2021
Ewuradjoa, I have found it very hard to put these words together for weeks now. Writing a tribute about you is still a hard reality to accept, but God knows best.
You were one of the three very good friends I made in my early years at Valley View University. You were a beautiful person inside and out, always wore a smile, respectful, kind and Godly. The epitome of a true lady. I still have those fond memories of your jokes and little teases here and there during our evening preps back on campus.
It was all joy when we came together two years after University days to celebrate your marriage as your bridesmaids. My prayer for you on that occasion was for you to enjoy fruitful marriage and indeed God proved Himself faithful.
Although we were not in constant communication in subsequent years due to time and distance, we always found a way to catch up on everything that took place in our lives during those quiet moments. You did not let me miss out on your wonderful motherhood experiences, the jokes that came with them and your unwavering faith in God which you always shared to my motivation in all circumstances.
My heart is broken Seddy, I keep asking myself why you had to go this early... We cannot question God who in His wisdom created us and has permitted this. I can only take solace in the assurance of the resurrection morning, where the dead in Christ shall rise!
Until then, your memory lives on in my heart dearest friend.
Rest well Seddy ❤
Posted by Sherry Akpalu on March 19, 2021
My dearest Seddy,
Never did I think I would have to speak to you in this manner (via a tribute) it took me so long to find the courage and words to write this. My heart is broken, my eyes filled with tears because I you have left us too soon. I keep going back to that last WhatsApp message you sent me and I am glad you knew how much you meant to me.

From the very first time I met you in Nagsda VVU you had always been a mother to me. You cook for me when I’m just being lazy, your snacks were always available to me, when it was time to do my internship, you made it happen at Graphic Communications  , that was how sweet you were.You heart so warm and welcoming, so kind, so beautiful inside and out that you left a little sparkle everywhere you went just like a fairy godmother. I wish I had more time with you Seddy but just as Shakespeare puts it, the world is but a stage with every man having his entry and exit. You had your entry and you showed love to many like me and I take solace in the fact that you’re in a better place with your maker. Seddy, I pray the Lord your soul to keep. Rest well in the bosom of the Lord.
Forever in my heart ❤️
Sherry
Posted by CliffordTV gh on March 15, 2021
In life, we loved you dearly, in death we love you still. In our hearts you hold a place, no one else will ever fill. We cried endlessly when you died but we promise, we won't let the tears mar the smiles that you've given us when you were alive. We know you are listening from above. Rest well mom! We will meet again in appropriate time . 

OPOKU ISAIAH CLIFFORD
Posted by Andrea Majoly on March 15, 2021
My dear Sedy,
In life, we loved you dearly, in death we love you still.
In our hearts you hold a place, no one else will ever fill.
Whenever I am missing you, I also remember how fortunate I was that you were in my life. I wouldn't trade those moments for the world.
Rest well dear baby girl.
Andrea Majoly
Posted by Esther Massalay on March 13, 2021
It has been weeks since I was given this page to write a tribute and I have found it so difficult to do so because I just can't place my thought on the fact that you are no longer here with us physically.

Seddy as we affectionately called you, you meant a lot to us your family and friends.

I spent months with you in a hostel room as my roommate and never a day did you disrespect and discriminate a soul even while others were. You loved, chrished, appreciated all.

Your smiles and laughter are what made you so unique. I never for once saw you angry even when there was need for you to do so.
My encounter with you were all pleasant moments.

You were a friend and a sister and I will forever remember you my dearest Sedina. I love you always till we meet again.

Rest well in our Father's Bosom Sweet!!!
Posted by Madiot Kyei-Ofori on March 10, 2021
There are so many questions that keeps running through my mind and I wish i had the right answers to it. However we take consolation in our maker, he knows best. Seddy was a very good friend by all standards. Beautiful inside-out and always ready to assist anyone she came into contact with. I met Seddy in Valley view and it was indeed a privilege to have such a pretty and wonderful person as a friend. Our friendship grew so well and we became like family.

After school Seddy was one of my first friend that got married and I was happy to be part of her bride's maid. We were all very happy for her and I knew Seddy was going to be a wonderful wife and mother. Truly to the glory of God she made us all proud. Seddy also had a good sense of humour and there were so many good memories we shared together with Gloria. Out of the 3 friends she found me to be very reserve and use to tease and worry me alot and it was all fun. All these and many more memories of you will surely be missed. Not forgetting the funny pics and videos you shared with us. My heart is indeed broken by your demise and its still very difficult to accept this. I'm definitely going to miss you everything about you. Till we meet again Seddy. Rest peacefully my dear sister and friend. I know very well that God will surely take good care of the family you have left behind.
Posted by chioma ifekauche on March 9, 2021
Rest on with the Lord! You will be greatly missed!
Posted by Enyonam Awo on March 9, 2021
God grant you eternal rest Wudome mama
Posted by Sama Annan on March 9, 2021
Seddy,
I do not think I have the right words to start this tribute. How blessed I am to have known you through our years at Mfanstiman and Valley View!! Your ever beautiful smile, your smart and calm self. This is hard Seddy, and I am not sure I have the questions nor the answers. I know one thing for sure that your memories will live in my heart forever. I love you.
Posted by Anthony Takyi on March 9, 2021
Your death is one of the handful of wonders of this world that mostly take me to and through the ordeals of a typical 'death and dumb' person. It also clearly tells me that we are indeed mortals with bounded rationality of many a knowledge of this world and its creator. May the Giver of Life find a place for you, Sedi. I would rather prefer to stay speechless than to try to understand this. It is well.
Posted by Mustapha Moro on March 9, 2021
Seddy, as u were affectionately called, u wore a smile dat made u distinct wherever one chanced upon u. U'll always be d first 2 say hi when u came across ur peers. U were such a beautiful soul! Man cannot understand your demise but we absolutely trust the Lord to know better. Damirifa due Seddy! Da yie!!
Posted by Emmanuela Dyllis on March 8, 2021
Really speechless Sis Sedina. I missed u after ur completion and didn't hear about u again till today and I know I will miss u forever. Ur friendship meant a lot to me back in school. U lent me a shoulder to cry on back there and comforted me with ur stories and smiles. It made life bearable in school. Thank u and rest well Sedi. Rest well with our maker till we meet..........again!
Posted by Jocey Dankwaah on March 8, 2021
Sister Sedina as we called you cos you were my senior, your demise has left me in shock. Oh how you could worry us back in those days but we always loved it because it ended with a beautiful smile from you. You were so prim and proper and spoke such good English. Heaven has really gained an angel but your memories live on. Rest in power.
Posted by vera fynn on March 8, 2021
It’s so hard to believe, never thought of writing a tribute to you , the very time I heard of your name again after school is the news about your death. You defined the word ‘ lady’ calm and collected . We loved you but God loves you more , we can’t understand because we are human but only God understands . Rest peacefully in the Lords bosom .
Posted by Nita Yankey on March 8, 2021
Seddy, you were such a beautiful soul and I wish you could be here much longer with us physically; but the Lord knows best. Till we meet again, rest well in the bosom of our Lord. In the mean time, we will hold on to the memory of your wittiness and that beautiful smile... You will be sorely missed Seddy.
Posted by Yasmin Afrifa on March 7, 2021
Still hard to believe you are part of the angels watching over us now...You were such a beautiful person both inside & out & you will be missed dearly. May God grant you eternal rest until we meet again & keep watching over your daughters. Love,Yasmin
Posted by Ahenkan Adjei on March 7, 2021
Sedi,
I can’t forget the beautiful smile on your face whenever I called you Sezina. You will forever be missed. Rest well buddy
Posted by Doris Morton on March 6, 2021
It's hard to do this but you'll probably knock my head if i don't write you something. I still haven't accepted the news, yet so many things keep confirming it's true. Why don't you just come back so i knock you for pranking us all? Even your awful silence on the class page is missed. My heart is so heavy.
You always passed me the birthday baton but this year, taurus season won't be the same without you. I'll treasure the books you left me and see them as an early birthday gift. Thank you for showing up in my life.
GAB 07 sends their love.
You're probably smiling and reading all the tributes we're leaving you, silly girl
Love you Seddy.
From 'Yam 19 to Yam 15'
Posted by Mimijans Wills on March 6, 2021
Adwoa, your thought came to mind months ago. Searched through all social media with the names you could possibly use but to no avail. I should have asked for it from our year group page. Our days at prefect dorm, you were very caring, God fearing, well organized, friendly, respectful. Seddy baby
Hmmmmmmmm.
God knows best.
May your gentle soul rest in peace dear.
We will forever miss you.




Posted by Faizah Abdu-Samad on March 6, 2021
Sedina Sarfo ! That name keeps ringing in my mind and I still can clearly picture you in your house print walking from your house past mine, wearing your signature smile.

You were so humble and friendly. It’s so sad you had to leave so soon.

I pray the good Lord give’s you eternal rest and grant you a lofty place in his bosom.

Rest well sweet girl .
Posted by Rachel Bossman Baiden on March 6, 2021
Adwoa, AB here, ah u always prefer Rachel or Abena. Where possibly do I start from? Ewuradwoa, this is hard.. words fail me, this should never be me writing a tribute for you.

It feels like a dream and I dont know how to accept the reality of not seeing nor hearing from you. I miss you, Im clouded in my tears, I want to scream, I want to ask God so many questions.
My confidant is gone. Where will the shoulder I always lean on be? Seddy, Seddy, Seddy, I'm broken, Girl, I am so broken.

Are you happy wherever you are? Obviously you are, we will be happy too. I wish I can tell you that I love you all over again. I wish I can just see your face one more time, I want to hug my sister again, dear lord. This is hard.
Adwoa dayie wati, rest well dearly beloved. I'm comforted knowing that you knew your God, and that is a great gain. I miss and love you, and forever will.
I found an angel in a human form, but sadly she left too early before I could say goodbye.
I love you Adwoa, Rest is perfect peace .
Posted by Yvette Ferguson-Arthur on March 6, 2021
Dear godmother,
I wish we could have spent more time together but heaven knows best. Thanks for the love and beautiful gifts you showered on me these few years. Rest well.
From Adel, your goddaughter
Posted by Kwabena Asante on March 6, 2021
Sedina!! My best friend, my sister I never had. It breaks my heart to be writing this because I still can’t believe you’re gone. You’ve left a massive void since your passing and I miss you so much Seddy.
Its been 76 days since I last saw you and 52 days since we last communicated and not a single day goes by without me reading our chats nor viewing our pictures and videos together.

You were one of the very first people I met when we joined Valley View University in 2008 and though we were not as close back then,we found a way to keep in touch and from 2013 our awesome brother -sister relationship started.

We shared the best of memories that will live with me forever. From our funny crazy moments driving to and from town, the petty little fights as usual in between; mostly because you were stubborn, (I know she’d scream her ass off hearing this now lol maybe I was stubborn too), the times we spent at your place, my place, both times you were pregnant with Elianne and Nanelle and the joy we shared when you brought them to this world and the opportunity to render my little uncle Kobby duties mostly with Elianne. From the restaurants and your popular food joints like the aboboi and tatale place in adabraka or the roadside rice and stew in adenta to Ci Gusta etc

Sedina, you were a true epitome of Love, kindness, care and generosity to me and you were there when you could always be. As any pain in the ass brother will be, I’d beg to use your car for whatever reason and you’d without hesitation let me have the keys till when u needed it and sometimes fill the tank on top and even sometimes add momo on top because you always wanted me to be okay since I was unemployed at the time. After about 7 years of no stable job after my national service, of course you were the one I called and you didn’t hesitate to go with me, to make sure I was properly dressed for my employment letter and to share in the joy of my new job. All these were some of the priceless memories and I won’t trade them for anything.

I’m very happy and at peace that I got to give you all the roses you deserved when you were alive when I had the chance because you were truly an amazing person to me.

To Elianne and Nanelle, whenever you get to read this, I’d want you to personally know mummy loved you very much (even though you’ve heard or read a million times) and still loves you from the heavens above because there’s no doubt that’s where she is. As much as she would have wanted to be part of your lives and seen you grow up into beautiful women, (which you already are; especially you, 6 year old Elianne) Our hope is always in the Lord for there are those times when God might not come through the way we thought He would, He may seem very far away, and praise is the last thing to bubble up from our hearts because we can’t see His goodness and circumstances scream that He has forgotten us but best believe that God’s timing, will, plan and glory is the best all the time. I’ll do my best to be there for you both as much as I can so help me God.

Sedina, till we meet again REST IN PARADISE. You’ll forever be in my heart.
Posted by Druscilla Sarpong on March 6, 2021
Seddy as I always called you, my only sitting mate.we may not have talked or kept in touch regularly but we both had a special place in each other's heart.seddy thanks for your visit yester night,am glad I could see my words of encouragement to you and assure you your kids will be fine.i couldn't sleep anymore,I really missed you yesterday and still in sorrow.i love you dearly.rest well my sister and friend.❤️
Posted by Mzzoppong Blakbieuti on March 6, 2021
Ewuradwoa, words fail me. I just cannot come to terms with your passing on. Each time I remember, I cry soo bitterly. We had so much unfinished businesses. So many plans but death laid it’s icy hands on you.

I never ever envisaged that I’ll be here writing a tribute for my dear friend, my ever bestie. ei! Owuo trimu y3 den!!! Yesu na me nfa nfa hene? Ever since your demise, I go to bed always expecting you in my dreams. 

Adwoa, as I affectionately called you, was the sweetest amongst the three of us, Madiot inclusive. You were the definition of generousity. Always ready to help you in any way or form. You were very supportive and and God fearing.

Today my heart is so heavy, really pained and cannot control my tears. But I know deep within me that you are in a better place like mama and daddy are. Keep resting in the Lord dearest friend till we meet again. I love you so much Seddy. Me d) wo dodo.
Posted by Christabel Akorfa on March 6, 2021
Seddy (as we affectionately called you as classmates), it's sad that you left us so early though to some of us life has just began. The Bible tells us not to mourn those who die in the Lord like others are mourned because precious ones like you have fallen asleep and would be awaken on the resurrection day...how comforting that is to me! Seddy, I would have wished you were here with us till our grandchildren come but hey you are in a better place. The last time we had a chat on WhatsApp, I asked how you were and you said " Odo we are well by grace o, the ... haven't killed me yet though" I laughed not knowing that was the last time I was going to hear from you. Rest well my dear friend.
Posted by Hauwa Anikwue on March 6, 2021
Hmmm.....
Words fail me. My darling sedina, beautiful on the inside and outside..Sedina with a heart so pure... Sedina Danso Datey you are missed but we are comforted that we will all see on the resurrection morning....Sedina we love you so much...continue to RIP
Posted by Mavis Endy Andam on March 6, 2021
My dear am lost of words ,cant really explain how it feels like to loose a mum
But even though you are gone you will forever remain in our hearts,I pray that the good Lord who knows the deepest part of our thoughts and wishes will grant you an eternal and peaceful rest your peaceful soul and your warm smiles will always be remembered, rest well my dear rest well Sedinam
Posted by mubarak kwanda on March 5, 2021
Hi Sedinam
 I only met u once through ur wonderful husband, brother in law nd ur sister in law sometime back. De Dateys r like a family to me nd i was deeply saddened wen de news of ur departure from our world to join ur maker in heaven got to me. I always use de story of how u intervened on my behalf wen my meetin with ur husband nd ur ìn laws was over durin a property purchase arrangement i organized for ur in laws . U extended a humble gesture to let ur husband drop me at my house b4 u left for ur home dat day. U were soo kind nd i always appreciate ur wonderful nature. I tell ur sister in law she has de best sis in law in her family. I know God has prepared a beautiful nd comfortable place in his kingdom for u as He has called u from us to join Him. Ur beautiful life will always b appreciated nd remembered by myself although i got to meet u once.
I know God will take care of ur wonderful husband nd girls for u. U will b missed by all of us here.
 Ur life wil b celebrated all de time here. Sleep safely in God's bossom till we meet again. My prayer is for God to forgive us all of us of our sins nd grant u eternal happiness. Amen.
 Sleep well Sedinam.
Posted by Sandra Delali on March 5, 2021
Beautiful inside and out Sedi. A friend with a gentle and caring heart. A mother who loved and adored her children. A wife who's undying love made her husband fulfilled and an inlaw who was more than a sister and daughter. 

Your unexpected departure causes so much pain in my heart but knowing that you now have peace and is resting in the arms of your maker brings me relief.

Seddy, you will surely be missed but your memory will live on in my heart forever.

Rest in perfect peace my friend.
Posted by Ema Datey on March 5, 2021
Dear Mommy, 
Rest In Peace.
Whenever you are there for me, it makes me happy.
I miss you
- Elianne Sekyibea Danso-Datey
Posted by Ema Datey on March 5, 2021
Adjoa,
The first day I met you, there was a connection. I knew you’d be part of my life and family. You were not only beautiful but respectful, sweet, cultural, decent, endearing, and humble. I remember always looking forward to seeing you in class just to tease you and make you laugh. It was fun because you seemed shy and did not like attention.
I remember times spent with you in your hostel. You treated me like a queen and made me feel at home. You told me about your life and family. You had so many people who looked up to you as a mother on campus. I was the happiest girl when you fell for my brother after I told you I wanted you both as a couple. As destiny would have it, you both fell in love without any external influence.
I miss you so much it burns. Words fail me and I still cannot come to terms with your absence. My friend and sister-in-law, life snatched you away from us without notice. It is very painful seeing the future without you in it. But we are comforted that you are asleep in Christ and we will see you again. You are always going to be fondly remembered. Thank you for making my brother so happy and giving me the best nieces in the world. Sedina, have fun with Jesus. I am glad Satan lost the battle Jesus won on your behalf. Hugs and Kisses, Emmaline

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Posted by Aaron Daunor on March 27, 2021
Sedina such a sweet and humble soul, you wrote poems and read them to me, you literally taught me how to read and write properly and I respect you so much for that.
Rest well Sedina till we meet again.
Posted by Elaine Ayisa on March 26, 2021
Seddy, I met you through Kobby and it was love at first sight for us. Right from the start you loved me and you didn’t only say it every time, but you showed it every little chance you got. You’d give us your car to use, buy us food, make sure we weren’t fighting, and even if we were you’d always be on my side and shout at him for me. Eventhough Kobby hated it you’d tell me i was the best thing that happened to him. And even when things went south you’d always check on me to make sure I was okay. I miss those times you and Elianne surprised me at school with Cupcakes. Thank you Seddy for being a sister. Thank you for making me feel at home. Thank you for loving me and doing it effortlessly. You did it effortlessly because that’s just who you are.
I’m so sorry Seddy. I shudder a little when the thought of you not here with us comes to mind. When I heard of your passing, for once the thought of death didn’t scare me because it got me thinking; for God to have taken you it means Heaven is really a better place and I’d want to be there too.
I love you Seddy and keep resting in peace till we meet again. ❤️
Posted by RJ Poku on March 25, 2021
It is with profound sadness that Cuppycake house express our deepest condolence to Seddy’s family for the loss of their beloved daughter, sister, wife, and mother.

When we first met Seddy at our store over five years ago, her politeness, her kindness, and her smile took our breath away. Her character and personality were near flawless.

Over a very short period, she became one of our favorite customers and a friend. So you can imagine our sadness, our shock, and our sorrow when we learned that she had passed away. It was always pleasant to see her whenever she came to purchase cupcakes. She was loyal to the Cuppycake house brand and her favorite cupcakes were Double Velvet and Marble Arch.

Seddy respected all people, young and old. She greeted everyone with a smile. When we would tease her, as we sometimes did, she took it in stride and laughed the moments away with us. She was a good friend and a great human being. Today, we all feel blessed to have gotten to know her even for a short time. She was full of life and we will miss her dearly.

Seddy, until we meet again, may you rest in perfect peace and may the angles welcome you with a big Double Velvet cupcake.

Forever in our hearts! 
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Course mate.RIP

Shared by Diana A. Soli on March 9, 2021
Remembering her wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in our hearts. May she rest in peace!

Its sad to writing this sedi hmmm death why lay your icy hands on this young mother

Shared by Sandra Anang on March 6, 2021
She my school mate and we both completed same year hmmm so its sad for the past 14years our paths never crossed till today that i have to write a tribute for my mate.Cant say much but all i want to say is Rest in the bosoms of the Lord our lil angel