Yancy Peters Tarlue Flah
March 15, 1937- November 24, 2014
The Flah family and the Zarleo Clan regret to announce the sad and mournful news of death of the head of the Zarleo Clan, our dear Father, Husband, Brother, Uncle, Educator, and Statesman, the Honorable Mr. Yancy Peters Tarlue Flah on the morning of 24 November 2014 at the Baylor Scott and White Hospital, Temple Texas. Mr. Flah departed this world peacefully in his seventy-seventh year surrounded by his wife of 47 years, Mrs. Violet Flah, his children, and his grandchildren.
Professor Flah leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, Violet; his children, Edrina (William) Yvette, and Koryeyon (Stacy); his godson, Chaplain J. John Bright (Aprill); his adopted son Dr. L. Syrulwa Somah (Mary); his foster children, Eliza Snoh, Mathew Bealue, Ben Mitchell (Cannel), and Baryoh Johnson; his grandchildren, Jared, William Jr, Kiara, Devante, and Aliyah; his siblings Edith Flah, Jackson Flah, Beatrice Flah, and Martha Flah-Williams; his foster sisters, Cordelia Maycole and Edna Tarpeh; his nieces and nephews, Cheryl (William), Comfort, Cynthia (Emmanuel), Gafar (Nettie), Idayah (Alex), James (Tineka), Jackson, Kasiah, Prince (Marlyn), Lois, Rashida (James), Rita (Howard), Saywon, and Victor (Dorothy); the entire Zarleo Clan of Grand Gedeh County, Liberia; members the Liberian Association of South Florida; members of the Grand Gedeh Association of Texas; and members of the Grand Gedeh Association in the Americas, Inc.