Mr. D. Webster Urey
The death is announced of Mr. D. Webster Urey the Fifth (V), which sad event occurred at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, following a brief illness. He was 66.
Following his graduation from Cuttington University College (now University), D. Webster V commenced his professional career as Director of the Afro-Asian Bureau in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was later appointed Assistant Minister in the Ministry of National Security in the Executive Mansion.
Following the 1980 coup d'etat, he served as Assistant Stated Clerk of the Presbytery of Liberia and as principal of Todee Presbyterian Mission.
Webster later traveled to the USA where he lived for a number of years. According to his younger brother, Mr. Benoni Urey, Webster returned home three years ago.
Mr. D. Webster Urey the Fifth was born on January 25, 1948, the second of 11 children born to the union of Mr. D. Webster Urey the Fourth (IV) and his wife Mrs. Emma Boyce Urey.
D. Webster V attended the Careysburg Public School, B.W. Harris Episcopal School and Lott Carey Baptist Mission where he graduated from high school. He later matriculated to Cuttington University College, where he graduated in Political Science.
Mr. D. Webster V was blessed with 7 children, a son, Fongbana Urey. Six daughters, Emma, Patience, Elaine, Danielle, Darmain, Diara; a sister Mrs. Abigail Urey Ngara; several brothers, Calvin (Dedosta), Emmanuel, Edwin (Kumba), Benoni (Mai), Ernest, Oral (Fatu) and Evann (Barkari); and many other relatives.
The funeral service will take place in Columbia, Maryland, USA on December 6, 2014 at South Columbia Baptist church, 8814 Guilford Rd, Columbia, MD 21046 at 10:00 AM Shortly thereafter the body of Mr. D. Webster Urey V will be flown to Stryker funeral home, then Removed from stryker funeral home in Monrovia on December 12 at the First Presbyterian church of Careysburg, for one night of wake keeping, the funeral will be held on December 13 at 10 AM internment of committal will be immediately thereafter at the Urey Cemetery
Points of Contacts will be:
Amos Walker 240 779 5194
Elaine Urey 757-842-2463
Darmain Urey 7577082483