Captain Charles W. Simpson, I
Sunrise: April 3, 1936
Eternal Summons: November 27, 2014
The Simpson, Lamadine, Freeman, Bedell, Martin & Forte families announce with deep regret the home going of their husband, father, grandfather, brother, Captain Charles W. Simpson, I, retired member of the Armed Forces of Liberia, on November 27, 2014 at The Sister Barbara Ann Memorial Health Center, Gardnersville at 12:00 mid-day.
Captain Simpson served the Armed Forces of Liberia for 42 year. He also served as a past Knight Colonel/ Commander of the St. Kizito Catholic Church, Commandery #441.
He leaves to mourn his loss, his widow, Mrs. Grace K. Simpson, seven children, Roosevelt L. Simpson, Charles W. Simpson, Jr., Mac-lain D. Simpson, Jerrydean O. Simpson, Prince V. Simpson, Joseph O. Simpson and Roselyn F. Simpson. Several foster children, brothers, sisters, 18 grandchildren, Grace, Ami, Lawrence, Jake, Titus, Edward, Gabriel, Sophia, Charles, Jamal, Jaden, Jerrydean, Musu, Patience, Surprise, Natasha, Augustus, Stanley, 5 Great grand, Nieces, Nephews, In-Laws and a host of relatives and friends in Liberia, Europe and the United States Of America.
Funeral Arrangement is as follows:
On Friday, December 19, 2014, his remains will be removed from the Samuel A. Stryker Funeral Home at 8:30 am and taken to the St. Kizito's Catholic Parish in Paynesville City.
9:00 am to 10:00 am
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Interment takes place in Sassa Town, Louisiana, Montserrado County.
A Memorial Service will be held at a later date in the United States.
For more information Contact:
Mac-lain D. Simpson (+231-886-411-602/776-931-558)
Roselyn F. Simpson (+231-886-542-941/770-233-201)
Jerrydean O. Simpson (240-498-7524/301-528-0967)
Joseph O. Simpson (+231-886-535-343/770-070-776