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Mr. Joseph N. Seimah Sr.

The Seimah family regrets to announce the death of their father
Mr. Joseph N. Seimah Sr.
Sunrise: April 15, 1937
Sunset: December 03, 2010

Joseph N, Seimah went home to be with the Lord on December 03, 2010 in Silver Spring Maryland at Washington Adventist Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Anna A. Seimah,his sister, Maude Smith, his children, Joseph N. Seimah Jr, Dawosu T. Watson, Patience Seimah-Lloyd, William Seimah, Kaibeh Watchen Seimah, Duor Seimah, Gerald Seimah (deceased) and a host of grandchildren, great grand-children, nieces, nephews and in-laws.

Mr. Seimah was a former Diplomat, and served at the Liberian Embassy in Washington, DC where he served his community in every way that he could. He was a strong believer in making sure that everyone was treated fairly and got their equal share. Mr. Seimah was also an employee at Howard University in Washington, DC, where he later retired in 2007.

The Wake Keeping and Funeral Services are as follows:
Wake Keeping Service

Friday 12/17/2010 7p-10p
Good Hope United Methodist Church
14680 Good Hope Rd. Silver Spring, MD 20905

Funeral Service
Saturday 12/18/2010 9a-11:30a Viewing from 9a-10a
Good Hope United Methodist Church
14680 Good Hope Rd. Silver Spring, MD 20905

Joseph N. Seimah Jr.- 240-476-9191
Dawosu T. Seimah-Watson-240-314-9367
Patience Seimah-Lloyd- 301-257-0400
William Seimah- 301-672-5676
Watchen Seimah-Davies- 571-484-7288
Duor Seimah- 202-701-3108



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