ForeverMissed

IN MEMORIAM

Sylvie passed away on November 19, 2011, at a Reston Hospital (Virginia, USA) from a pulmonary embolism after collapsing upon her arrival at Washington Dulles Airport from Douala, Cameroon. She is survived by her husband (Jean-Bernard Kuate) with whom she travelled for the first time to the USA to start a new life.

We will remember her forever

 

 MEMORIAL TRIBUTE DONATION

The Cameroonian community of the Washington DC area is mourning Sylvie and is planning to repatriate her remains in Cameroon. Your generous contribution to defray the repatriation and funeral expenses is  highly appreciated.

 Two ways to make a donation:

 

1.       Online through PAYPAL:  Click on the Link Below to DONATE  

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=P958CDW69J3AA

2.       Direct Deposit or wire transfer in Jean-Bernard Kuate Bank Of America Account:

          * Account name  : JEAN BERNARD KUATE, Swift code:  BOFAUS3N;

           * Routing :052001633; Account No.: 446023236790

 

FAREWELL EVENTS  SCHEDULED IN THE WASHINGTON DC AREA

1.       VIEWING: - Date: Wednesday December 7, 2011 From 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

                        - Location: 9241 Columbia Blvd, Silver Spring, MD 20910

 

2.  WAKE KEEPING:  - Date:  Friday December 9, 2011 from 8:00 pm to 4:00 am

                                 - Location: 9055 Maier Rd, Suite C, Laurel, MD 20723

 

Click on the Link Below to DONATE 

 https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=P958CDW69J3AA

  

 

 

Posted by Jean Kuate on March 4, 2017
Be blessed all you guys!!
Posted by Kenfack Sokeng Rachel on December 29, 2011
jean bernard reçoit mes vives condeleances et celle de toute ma famille.En ce moment très difficile que le seigneur t'apporte courage pour vivre et prendre soin de l'enfant quelle te laisse en souvenir de votre vie commune.Que l'eternel te garde en santé.fraternellement votre.RACHEL
Posted by Gabriel Tsida on December 8, 2011
IL nous l'avait donne, et IL nous l'a repris. Que la terre de nos ancetres lui soit legere.
En ce moment tres difficile de votre vie aux USA, Jean Bernard, recoit les condoleances de la famille Tsida ( a Chicago).
Que le Seigneur Dieu Tout Puissant vous assiste indefiniment en cette periode douloureuse.
Posted by M. L. on December 2, 2011
"God is our refuge and Strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change, though the mountains shake in the heart of the sea; though its water roar and foam, though the mountains tremble with its tumult."
Psalm 46, 1-3

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Posted by Jean Kuate on March 4, 2017
Be blessed all you guys!!
Posted by Kenfack Sokeng Rachel on December 29, 2011
jean bernard reçoit mes vives condeleances et celle de toute ma famille.En ce moment très difficile que le seigneur t'apporte courage pour vivre et prendre soin de l'enfant quelle te laisse en souvenir de votre vie commune.Que l'eternel te garde en santé.fraternellement votre.RACHEL
Posted by Gabriel Tsida on December 8, 2011
IL nous l'avait donne, et IL nous l'a repris. Que la terre de nos ancetres lui soit legere.
En ce moment tres difficile de votre vie aux USA, Jean Bernard, recoit les condoleances de la famille Tsida ( a Chicago).
Que le Seigneur Dieu Tout Puissant vous assiste indefiniment en cette periode douloureuse.
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Shared by Jean Kuate on March 4, 2017

I will never forget a great woman who u was!

Sylvie's Last Trip

Shared by M. L. on December 2, 2011

OBITUARY

 The late SYLVIE and her husband, Jean Bernard Kuate, left Douala Cameroon on November 18, 2011 and arrived at Washington Dulles Airport on November 19, 2011. SYLVIE collapsed in the hallway as she and her husband were walking towards the immigration check-points for formalities. She was transported by ambulance to RESTON HOSPITAL.

Right after immigration procedures, one of the ambulance team members returned and escorted Jean Bernard to the hospital where he was informed that SYLVIE passed away on the way to RESTON HOSPITAL.

So is the tragic end of the life of our sister, SYLVIE. Her life was cut short. She will never live to enjoy the American Dream she so dreamed of. SYLVIE is survived by her husband and siblings back home.