Miss Musu Dahn
Nov. 25, 1959 – Aug. 8, 2014
The Dahn and Cooper Families as well as the Nimba Community of Massachusetts regret to announce the sudden home going of their daughter, sister, niece, friend and member, Miss Musu Dahn. This sad event occurred on Thursday, August 8, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia. Miss Dahn has since been buried.
She is survived by her 3 children: Miss Josu Roberts of Texas; Mustakee White of Randolph, MA; Ashanti Roberts of Randolph, MA; Her Mother Massa Cooper Brown, commonly known as Saa of Liberia; and a host of brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, friends and relatives of Liberia, United States and other parts of the World.
Musu, born on November 25, 1959 in Liberia, dedicated her life to serving humanity; the quest which led to extending her humanitarian services to her motherland, Liberia about 2 years ago where she established a mobile clinic that delivers health care to rural Liberia. She provided in-home medical care to the poor rural patients who could not afford transportation to healthcare centers mostly in the bigger cities.
The cold and deadly hands of death could not allow our sister to accomplish her goals to reach out to the needed in the area of healthcare delivery. All we can ask is Lord May the soul of our sister, daughter, mother, friend and member rest in your perpetual peace with our Lord and Savior.
Newton Sahn/Nimba Community of MA
Arthur Dahn/the Family