Mr. Isaac Lorwu. Mulbah & Klubah Fromayan-Mulbah
Sunrise: July 23, 1931 Sunrise: December 25, 1941
Sunset: Nov. 29, 2016 Sunset: Nov. 22, 2016
The Mulbah, Cooper, Fromayan, Dowee and Beyan families are saddened to announce the farewell of our father and Mother, grandfather and grandmother, brother and sister, uncle and aunt, Isaac L. Mulbah and Klubah Fromayan-Mulbah, who transitioned from this life one week apart.
Their daughter, Lorpu and her husband, Alfred Joe, and their infant daughter, Blessing, predeceased them. Also, Isaac’s sister, Lorpu Mulbah Fromayan predeceased him a month earlier.
After he left Gbanway Town for Monrovia, Isaac met the then Liberia Election Commission Chairman (Doctor Juris Daubeny B. Cooper, Sr.) who took him under his wing and became a mentor to him. He later worked at the Elections Commission as a filing clerk and then as a tally clerk from then until 1980. He retired from Government service in 1985, after serving with the Bureau of Re-acquisition as advisor to the Bureau Chairman, Francis Kpadeh.
Both Isaac and Klubah were devoted persons of the Christian faith. They gave their lives to Christ at a very young age. Klubah was a strong and dedicated member of the St. Peter’s Lutheran Church Kpelle Choir and the Naomi Cycle. She attended the St. Peter’s Lets Learn English, and she was a proud graduate. Soon after; she became the President of the Rally Town Market Dry Meat Association where she showcased her excellent leadership skills and implemented programs to keep her organization striving for success.
In December 2004, our Grandparents migrated to the United States where they joined their children in Baltimore, Maryland. They joined the People’s Community Lutheran Church in Baltimore, headed by the Rev. Titus D. Clarke. Isaac was crowned Father of the Year in June 2006 and Klubah became deaconess and was crowned Special -Mother of People’s Community Lutheran Church in May 2009.
For the love of education, Klubah actively attended and completed a one year Bible class at Hope Lutheran Church in Essex, Maryland, where she obtained a Certificate of Completion.
In 2012, our grandparents returned to Liberia to spend their remaining lives.
Isaac and Klubah leave to mourn, their ten children, Isaac F. Mulbah (Maude), Vessellee G. Mulbah (Eunice), Marsuh Mulbah, Dave Mulbah (Garmai), Suah (Francis Maweah) Alphonso Paye (Fatu), Victor Mulbah (Zegbah), Deddeh (Randall Weah), and Lisa Bracewell; followed by twenty-seven grandchildren, Clarise S. (Dominick Tarr), Isaac L. Mulbah III, Joybee Mulbah, Yassah Mulbah, Juwee Mulbah, Maureen Mulbah, Florence M. (Kevin Chapman), John Greaves (Fatu), Davelee Maweah, Francis Maweah, Bigboy Maweah, Marsuh D. Mulbah, Patricia Nypeon, Frances Maweah, Clarise Nypeon, Andrew Mulbah, Marcel Mulbah, Amie Paye, Antu Paye, Randel Weah, Romeo Weah, Renelle Mulbah, Michelle Mulbah, Jaydien Mulbah, Aiden Mulbah, and Dave A. Mulbah. They also leave behind multiple siblings including the Mulbahs, Coopers, Fromayans, Dowees, Beyans, and a host of great-grandchildren, cousins, nieces, nephews, church families and friends.
Friday December 16, 2016, at 7:00 P.M., at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 14th Street, Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia
Saturday December 17, 2016 at 10:00 A.M. at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 14th Street, Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia
Coca Cola Factory, Paynesville, Liberia
A Memorial Service in the United States will be announced at a later date.
Isaac Forkpa Mulbah: 443 453 8286 Suah Maweah:0886-556-548
Vessellee Mulbah: 410 371 0712 Francis Maweah: 0886-517-382
Dave Mulbah: 443 509 9261 Eunice Massaquoi-Mulbah: 880291789
Victor Mulbah: 240 832 2857 Marsuh Mulbah: 0776-278-153
Clarise Mulbah-Tarr: 410 500 1591 A.B Paye: 0777-129-016