Mr. Sam F. Zinnah
The Zinnah/Kamara and Sellie families announce funeral arrangements for the late Sam F. Zinnah as follows:
On Friday, October 9th, the body will be removed from the Mahony Funeral home at 4:30 pm and taken to the Christ Jubilee Church on 5 ELM Wood St. in Worcester for one hour of viewing.
The body will later be taken to the AME Zion Church on 55 Illinois St. in Worcester, where wake-keeping will be held beginning at 6pm.
On Saturday October 10th, funeral services will be held at the same church beginning at 8am. Interment follows at the Hope Cemetery in Worcester MA, at 11am.
Mr. Sam F. Zinnah passed away on Tuesday, September 8th at about 10pm, at the UMass Memorial University hospital, Lake Avenue, following a period protracted illness.
He is survived by his wife Mrs. Josephine Sellie Zinnah, his father Mr. Bambu K. Zinnah, his mother Bendu Fata Zinnah, brothers and sisters including Jackson Zinnah, David Zinnah, Barbie Zinnah White, Priscilla Zinnah Sampson, Fatuma Zinnah, and Musu Zinnah, his children Gobah, Otimah, Ellen, and Samphina Zinnah. The late Sam F. Zinnah is also survived by several nieces and nephews to include Lusini Sirleaf, Festina Julue, Putu Zinnah, Azziza Julue, Rita Julue, Charlene Julue, Abraham Sellie, Kuku Massa, Edith Massa, Kollie Massa, David Dennis Jr, Diamond Ramble, Darius Zinnah, Zoe Zinnah, William Sirleaf, Lorenzo Dennis, and Gabriel Sampson.
The late Sam F. Zinnah also leaves to mourn his loss several uncles, aunties, cousins and a host of other relatives and friends in the US, Liberia, Europe, Asia, and other parts of the world. This announcement was brought in by Mrs. Josephine Sellie Zinnah and Mr. Bambu K. Zinnah, wife and father of the deceased for the families.
For more information about the funeral services, please contact the following persons:
- Josephine Zinnah, wife of the deceased: 508-320-0295
- Eddison Zinnah, uncle of the deceased: 508-847-9289
- Fatuma Zinnah, sister of the deceased: 774-410-6505
Meanwhile, we extend our thanks and appreciation to the many friends, the Liberian Association of Worcester County, all local or tribal organizations, workplaces, “The Friends of Sam,” and everyone that continue to express condolences, as well as giving support to the families at this time of bereavement. Thank you for being there—keep us in your prayers, and may your friend and brother “Sammy” rest in perfect peace.