Ms. Gloria Juah Doe
Sunrise: October 1, 1947
Sunset: September 22, 2007

The Doe, Wolo and Nyanfore Families announce with profound sadness the death of their mother, daughter, sister, aunt and cousin, Ms. Gloria Juah Doe.

This sad event occurred on Saturday, September 22, 2007 at New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, New York.

Ms. Doe lived a life of service to her family, relatives, friends, Liberian community as well as her American community. She was a founding member of Confobelia, an organization of concerned Liberian females residing in the United States responsible for sending medical and humanitarian relief supplies to Liberia to aid Liberians in the 1980s, Mothers of Liberia, Black Mothers Against Drugs (BMAD), and the Rochdale Community Board. She was also a member of AWINA, a progressive Liberian organization based in New York in the 1970s.

The late Ms. Doe is survived by her children, Mr. Nana Yaw Owusu Agyeman and Ms. Kpolah Nanneh Tinubu; siblings, Myra Doe, Vera Doe Yankey, Vivian Doe-Bynum, Stephen Doe, Scholastica Doe, Agatha Collins-Doe, Jestina Wanneh Doe-Anderson, and a host of relatives and friends worldwide.

Wake and Viewing of Body

Christ the King Roman Catholic Church
145-39 Farmers Blvd
Springfield Gardens, New York 11434
Viewing and tributes 4pm - 6pm, Friday, October 12, 2007
Wake-keeping from 6:30 to 8pm, Friday, October 12, 2007

Funeral Service
Christ the King Roman Catholic Church
145-39 Farmers Blvd
Springfield Gardens, New York 11434
Saturday, October 13, 2007, 10:00 am

Pinelawn Memorial Park
1 Pinelawn Road
Long Island, New York.

Information will be given at funeral.

For directions, please visit:

For further information please contact:

Vivian Doe-Bynum: (703) 860-1810
Jestina Doe-Anderson (678) 777-4613
Charles N. Wolo: (281) 513-4036
Benedicta Ebba: (347) 232-5964
Nwame-Rose Williams: (678) 764-4017
Stephen Paraiso (571) 426-6509
Scholastica Doe: (011-2316) 515-567