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Mrs. Patricia Ann Nyepan Porte

The death is announced of Mrs. Patricia Ann Nyepan Porte, which sad event occurred on Thursday, January 7, 2016 on arrival at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Monrovia at 5:30 pm.

Funeral Service:
Funeral arrangements are as follow: The body will be removed from the Samuel A. Stryker Funeral Home on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at the hour of 8:30 am and taken to the First Presbyterian Church on the corner of Broad and Johnson Streets for funeral service.

Interment:
There after interment will take place at the Sims Cemetery in Caldwell, Montserrado County.

She leaves to mourn her loss:
Her Husband: Ambassador S. Prince Porte

Her children: Susan Princess Porte-Bush, Joseph S. Bush Jr., Lydia Sandimanie Nimley, Samuel T. Nimley, Jr., Samuel Prince Porte Jr, Philgerald Porte,  and Samantha Russell-Porte

Grandchildren: Yadel Nimley, Raisa Mathies, Tetroien O. Nimley, Samuel-Prince Nimley, Samuelle T. Nimley, Michael Angelo Paul, Heaven Bush, Maya Bush; Phileminia Porte, Philgerald Porte Jr., and Selassie Porte

Her surrogate children: Ruth Dennis, Tina Sandimanie, Kim Greene Conneh, Lace Zinnah; Moses Togba,  and Hawa Fahnbulleh

Her siblings: Ramona Nyepan, Oswald Nyepan, Jr., Martin Nyepan,  and Beloved Eldest Uncle Teah Davis, and a host of relatives, friends and loved ones

For questions, please contact any one of the following relatives listed below:
Ambassador S. Prince Porte (Husband) 011-231886515015
Lydia Sandimanie (Daughter) 011-231777006006
S. Princess Bush (Daughter) 610-9866897
Ramona Nyepan Carter (Sister) 248-986975 ramona48201@yahoo.com

This announcement was brought in by Ambassador S. Prince Porte, Lydia Sandimanie Nimley and Samuel Tetroien Nimley, Jr., husband, daughter and son-in-law of the deceased, on behalf of the family.