Aloysius Lotsu Kwaku Amenuvor

Aloysius Lotsu Amenuvor

The Amenuvor and allied families of Tegbi, Ghana and USA, the Bodza and allied families of Wheta and USA; the Glawu, Tosu, Beckley-Adadevoh, Fugar and allied families of Ghana and USA; Mrs. Eyram Fianenu Amenuvor, Ms Lucia Amenuvor, Mrs. Mary Emefa Zormelo, family and friends in the USA regret to announce the sudden death of their beloved:



           Location:      Anderson Funeral Home
                                 201 Sanford St.
                                 New Brunswick NJ 08901

                Date:       Friday March 2nd 2012
               Time:       7pm -  9pm


               Location:   VFW  - Memorial Post  No 6763 

                                   155 Front Street,

                                    South Plainfield, NJ 07080

                      Date: Friday, March 2nd 2012
                      Time: 9pm - 1 am
Funeral Service

            Location:  St. Matthew The Apostle Catholic Church
                               81 Seymour Avenue
                               Edison, NJ 08817

                  Date:   Saturday, March 3rd 2012

                 Time:   9:30am - 11:00am


         Location :  VFW  - Memorial Post  No 6763

                           155 Front Street,

                           South Plainfield, NJ 07080

          Date:      Saturday, March 3rd 2012

          Time: 11:30 am - 3pm 


Block hotel reservations at a discounted rate have been made at the

Comfort Inn, 831 Route 1 south, Edison, NJ 08817.

Their phone number is 732-287-0171.

Additional questions can be directed to Devine Dogbatse at 848-250-9378.



Mrs Eyram Fianenu Amenuvor

Elikem Setor Amenuvor

Madam Augusta Korsiwor Bodza

Brothers /Cousins / Sisters

Dr. Mathias Amenuvor, Mr. Edwin K Amenuvor, Mr. Augustine Amenuvor, Ms. Lucia Amenuvor, Mr. Kenneth Amenuvor, Mr. Cletus Amenuvor, Ms. Agatha Amenuvor, Mrs. Mary Emefa Zormelo, Mrs. Charity Ofori-Appiah


Mr. Saviour Zormelo, Mr. Victor Y Austin, Dr Dotsevi Sogah, Mrs. Wilhemina Kafui Amenuvor-Debrakins, Mrs. Rejoice Kwami, Mrs. Mary Akpene, Torkornoo,Mrs. Sitsope Ama Addo-Hammond, Ms. Ann Amenuvor, Mr. & Mrs. Eric Gbekle, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Senoo, Mr. & Mrs. John Amedume, Mr. Joseph Yao Ahiabor, Mr. & Mrs. Godwin Vigbedor, Mrs. Antoinette Sabblah, Mr. Alex Sallah, Mr. & Mrs Paul Prah, Dr. Julius Avorkliyah, Mr. & Mrs Stanley Lumax, Mr. & Mrs Seth Lumax, Ms. Emma Lumax, Mr. & Mrs Wise Lumax, Mr. Francis K Dumashie, Mr. Hope Adedavoh, Ms .Eva Akabutoo, Mr. & Mrs Sammy Fudzie, Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Ahajah, Mr Matthew K Agbozo


Mr. & Mrs Justice Zomelo, Mrs. Jesse Zormelo, Mr. & Mrs. Ransford Fumey, Mrs. Bernonia Lartevi, Mrs. Edna Impraim, Mr. & Mrs John Adadevoh,Mrs. Aseye Fiavey, Mr. Martin K Dumashie, Dr & Mrs. Kwaku Fiadjoe, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Timpo, Mr. & Mrs. Sammy Yador, Mrs. Heartwill Eva Dedzoe, Ms. Phyllis Attipoe, Mrs. Mary Sebuabe, Mr. Mathew Tsikatah, Ms. Georgina Amedza, Ms. Fidelia Fugah, Mr. Michael Attipoe, Mr. & Mrs Frank Kploanyi, Ms. Evelyn Attippoe, Mrs. Julie Legbedze, Ms. Joan Adadevoh, Mr. Ben Attive, Mr. & Mrs. William Ayenson, Mr. David Ahiable, Mr & Mrs Eric Attippoe, Mr. Patrick Senyo, Mr. & Mrs. Seth Akaba, Mr. & Mrs. Devine Dogbatse, Ms Ernestina B Agbenuzah, Ms Ida Tetteh, Ms Rosalina Agbemavi, Mr. Anthony Ahlijah, Ms. Elizabeth Opare, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Torkornoo, Mr & Mrs Edwin Segbefia, Dr & Mrs Michael Ashigbi, Mr & Mrs Phillip Avevor, Mr & Mrs Seth Kumashie, Mrs Mr. & Mrs..Kwashi Kalepe, Mr. George Amegashitsi, Sammy, Madam Eunice Ablo Quarshie, Ms. Charity Quarshie, Mr. & Mrs Michael Akagbor, Mr. & Mrs Martin Vondee, Mr. & Mrs Edward Zormelo, Ms. Regina Akabutoo, Ms. Christel Sosu, Ms. Jerry Dela Maccoy, Mr. & Mrs. Victor Dorbu, Mr. Kwasi Kalevor, Mrs Juliana Zorklui, Mr. & Mrs. Kobla Dorku, Mr. Francis Ahoklui, Dr. Joseph Adzimah, Mr. Patrick Tsigbe, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Aklasu, Mr. Max Glover, Mr. & Mrs. John Amegavluie, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Kumordzie, Mr. & Mrs. Garland Christopher, Mr. Dan Agbo, Novinyo Habobo


On Eagle’s Wing

1. You who dwell in the shelter of the Lord, who abide in his shadow for life, Say to the Lord: " My refuge, my rock in whom I trust!"


And he will raise you up on eagle’s wings, bear you up on the breath of dawn, Make you shine like the sun, and hold you in the palm of his hand.

2. The snare of the fowler will never capture you, and famine will bring you no fear. Under his wings your refuge, his faithfulness your shield.

3. You need not fear terror of the night, nor the arrow that flies by day; Though thousands fall about you, near you it shall not come.

4. For to his angels he’s given a command, to guard you in all of your ways. Upon their hands they will bear you up, lest you dash your foot against a stone.


We the family of the late

Aloysius Lotsu Kwaku Amenuvor

would like to extend our heartfelt thanks for your prayers, expressions of condolence and support during this time of bereavement.

May God Bless You All.

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On 05/07/2018 14:14:26 K. Chesil (Baltimore, Maryland - United States)  wrote:
I am sorry for your lost and hope that you will find comfort in praying to God for the strength to endure this trying time in your life. Rev 21:4
On 20/04/2012 13:15:16 felicia modey (ACCRA - Ghana)  wrote:
uncle i'm missing you soo much.. hedenyuie
On 11/04/2012 18:08:00 pythias debrakins (st. petersburgh, FL - United States)  wrote:
uncle lotsu, thank you very much for all everything, i surely will miss you. i will always remember you.
On 27/03/2012 06:32:47 Mary Emefa (Sterling, VA - United States)  wrote:
Efo Lotsu, why you left us unexpectedly? Thank you for your love for us. We will miss your big smile. Please continue to watch over us. Rest in Perfect Peace Until We Meet Again. Efo lorlortor xede nyuie, eye nadzudzor le nutifafa me. Amen.
On 05/03/2012 03:08:34 Stephen Prince A Novinyo Habobo (Philadelphia - United States)  wrote:
My sincere condolence to the entire family
On 05/03/2012 01:30:41 THERESA NOVINYO HABOBO PHILADELPHIA (PHILLY - United States)  wrote:
On 02/03/2012 08:59:08 Senanu Sgah (Los Angeles - United States)  wrote:
Uncle Al, thanks for all the love and support that you've given my family through the years. I trust that you will continue to be a guide in our lives for eternity. You are sorely missed.
On 01/03/2012 08:36:20 Michael Howell (Piscataway NJ - United States)  wrote:
My sincere condolences to the family. May Jesus Christ (the Anointed One) bear your grief and take your sorrows and heal your broken hearts. Praying that the Holy Spirit will comfort you during this difficult time. (a friend his cousin, Joseph Ahiabor
On 01/03/2012 07:31:54 Vincent & Francesca Mensah (Novi, Michigan - United States)  wrote:
May you rest in perfect peace.
On 28/02/2012 14:06:30 Ernest (Philadelphia - United States)  wrote:
My condolence to the family.Fo Lotsu ,rest in peace
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deepest sympathy (16/07/2012 03:01:07)
by boateng  Relationship --Family member
Just dropping by to share with you the hope from our creator to comfort you in time of sorrow In the spring of 31 C.E., Jesus Christ boldly promised: “Just as the Father raises the dead up and makes them alive, so the Son also makes those alive whom he wants to. Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his [Jesus’] voice and come out.” (John 5:21, 28, 29) Yes, Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again on this earth and have the prospect of remaining on it forever under peaceful, paradisaic conditions. (Luke 23:43; Since Jesus made the promise, it is safe to assume that he is willing to fulfill it. Less than two years after making that promise, Jesus demonstrated in a powerful way that he is both willing and able to perform the resurrection (John 3:16)  “For God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, in order that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life. . . (Revelation 21:4)  And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” May you find comfort from the God of comfort during this difficult time.
Dear Uncle Al (11/07/2012 20:13:47)
by Alice Zormelo  Relationship --Family member
Alice Zormelo’s Tribute for Uncle Al I thank you all for coming here today to celebrate the life of an amazing uncle, and a dear friend. When my parents told me of my uncle’s passing I was devastated. The man who gave, helped, and advised other people was gone. The man whose soul was pure was gone. The man who was caring, generous, and respectful was gone. The man who lifted people’s spirits, and made people believe that you can do anything is gone. As I was crying, my father told me that I had to be strong for my mom, and for his family. I composed myself and said to them I know what I have to do now; I have to make my uncle proud. My uncle always wanted me to be the best that I can be; to get good grades, and go to a wonderful college. When my uncle stopped by my house, he would always advise me on how to do well in school, and how to survive in life. He would always say the way to Carnegie Hall is PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE! I never asked him to do this but his generosity, and thoughtfulness were part of him, and he never changed that. So when I walk up on stage to receive my college diploma, you will be in heaven clapping, and saying, Alice you did it. I am so proud of you, and I can finally rest in peace. Every time Uncle Al steps into our house, or we step into his, my sister and I would be jumping for joy, especially my sister. Sometimes when we’re bored Uncle Al suggests that we play hide and seek; he would always help Freda find a hiding spot because she couldn’t do it on her own. Freda ends up winning all the time of coarse because she had a friend to help her. Uncle Al wanted Freda to feel special to make her feel that she can do anything even if she needs help along the way. This is exactly what I see just by him helping her in hide and seek. I see a man that can make something meaningful even if it’s not that important. I see a man that can make nothing into anything imaginable. I see a man that can do anything he sets his mind to, and that’s what makes him the one and only Uncle Al. The one thing that I respected my uncle for was the love, and sacrifice he gave to people so that they could have a successful life in the future. He never thought about himself, he only thought about others. That is what made him unique. God brought him into this world to live his life, and help others because he knew it was the right thing to do. He never thought that anything was impossible, sometimes it may be difficult but if you work hard you can accomplish it. Even though obstacles got in the way of his life, he faced them head on and overcame them. I will always appreciate his dedication, and determination towards what he believes in and what can be accomplished. Uncle Al, your body may be gone but your spirit will always be with us. Your thoughtfulness and generosity will always be remembered. You will always be in everybody’s hearts especially mine. You have lived a long happy life, and you have done what God has created you to do. I love you so much Uncle Al and rest peacefully up in heaven. Thank you.

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