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Napoleon McGee

A true model of humility; a calmed in the sea of storm; a fortress of strength and resilience in adversary
                                                                          Gone, but never forgotten.
                                                   Sun rise – September 26, 1970 - Sunset – July 5, 2015

When we eclipsed the physical height of our breath, posterity for sure, will be measured, not by the legacy of wealth amassed, nor, by the urge of excess in material vanity. Rather, the relevance of what matters most, fraternity, benevolence, charity, service in our common humanity and selfless grace, will be a lasting testament of a life well lived. The life of Mr. Napoleon McGee personified and appealed to our highest calling, as a human community. Humility, service to his fellow man and an insatiable passion for life, is a legacy truly befitting this humble soul.

The family and friends of Mr. Napoleon McGee, announced with profound sorrow and unrestrained grieve, his untimely home going which occurred on the morning of July 5th, 2015, at his home in Providence, RI. Napoleon or Gbarlu, as he was affectionately called, leaves to mourn, his beloved wife Sabrina McGee, his loving mother, Miss Louise “Sis Lou” Hill, of Providence, RI, his sisters, Miss Delores Brooks of Providence, RI and Miss Nelly McGee, of Dallas, Texas. He is also survived by his brothers, Mr. Richard Parker, Timothy Parker and George Scott, all of Liberia. His father, Mr. Frederick McGee, predeceased him.  Also, left to cherish his loving memories, are Mrs. Rose Allison and his foster parents, Miss. Raven Ese Moore and Mr. Patrick Waheed, with whom he spent his early years, prior to matriculating to the United States.

Napoleon leaves to mourn, a whole host of love ones, including Nieces, Nephews, cousins and a multitude of extended relatives and beloved friends, across the breadth and length of the United States and the Republic of Liberia.

Napoleon provided for us, serenity in time of storm. Now that the stormy weather is over, he will forever live in time capsule of our collective memories. As he leaped earth’s bound and ascended to the spiritual realm of his heavenly host, those fond memories will forever etch our minds and thoughts. May light perpetual shined upon him, as he inspires us to carry on.

Funeral arrangements are as follows:
A night of celebration of Life of Mr. Napoleon McGee:
Trinity United Methodist Church
375 Broad Street, Providence, RI
Friday, August 7, 2015
7PM – 9:30PM

A celebratory home-going service for Mr. Napoleon McGee:
Trinity Methodist Church
375 Broad Street, Providence, RI
Saturday, August 8th, 2015
10AM – 11:30AM

A celebratory fellowship repast will immediately follow Interment at:
The Davey Lopes Recreation Center
227 Dudley Street, Providence, RI 02907

Contacts information (USA)
Miss Nellie McGee – 214- 405-1870
Mr. J. Herbert Tubman – 401-390-0589
Mr. Winston Gould – 401- 640-6368
Mrs. Matilda Washington Paulus – 401-688-1827
Miss Elizabeth Duncan – 401 – 272- 4842
Donations can be made at:

Bank of America
Account number – 3940 0700 8164
ACH routing number – 011500010

Area Hotels:

Providence Biltmore Hotel
 11 Dorrance Street, Providence, 02903.  0.3 miles to city center
Tel: 1-800-733-1297

Providence Marriot (down town) Hotel
1 Orms Street, Providence, RI 02904. 0.6 miles to city center
Tel: 855-239-9485

Hilton Providence Hotel
21 Atwell Ave. Providence, 0.6 miles to city center
Tel: 877-299-4020