Celebration of Life
Abusuapanyin Kwasi Nyame, Mpatasee; Nana Kyere Yeboah (Akroforo Hene); Nana Amankona Diawuo (Berekum Hene); Mr J. Y. Benneh; Benneh (Brothers & Sisters); Mr. Kwame Yeboah (Brothers & Sisters); Dr. Clara Benneh (UG) Brothers & Sister; Rev. Fr. Benjamin Benneh; Abusuapanyin Mr. George Effah (Enso Nyame Ye Cold Stores, Berekum); Madam Adwoa Afriyie; Owner Aboagye; Nana Kwaku Ayeh (Twafoo hene); Obaapanyin Akosua Kraah (Twafoo Hemaa); Obaapanyin Akosua Panin (Atonotia Krontihemaa); Asiedu family of Jamdede, Berekum; Aduana Abusuapanyin Maame Abena Gyekyewaa of Wirenkyiren; Aduana Abusua of Etwereso, Kwabeng and Esenase; Opanin Kwabena Tutu and Abusua; Prof. Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, Vice Chancellor University of Ghana; Archbishop John Bonaventure Kwofie, Bishop Joseph Osei-Bonsu, Bishop Mathew Gyamfi and the entire Catholic Fraternity; Nana Adwoa Asiaa Benneh Beyeeman I (Widow) and the entire Benneh family wish to announce the passing of their beloved:
Emeritus Professor George Kwabena Effah Benneh
Funeral Arrangements are as follows:
Friday, 26th March, 2021 (Accra)
LAYING IN STATE AND FILING PAST
At 7.00 – 9.00am, at Holy Spirit Cathedral, Accra, followed by Requiem Mass / Burial Service.
Saturday 27th March, 2021 (Brekum)
Body will be conveyed to his hometown, Berekum, where he will be laid in state at his residence at Benneh Estates at 5.00am. There will be a Requiem Mass at St. Theresa’s Parish, Berekum, followed by Private Burial at Akrofro. There will be no final funeral rites.
Sunday, 28th March, 2021 (Berekum)
THANKSGIVING SERVICE: At St. Theresa’s Parish at 9.30am
Sunday, 4th April, 2021 (Accra)
THANKSGIVING SERVICE: At Christ The King Parish, Switch Back Road, Accra, at 10:30am
WIDOW: Nana Adwoa Asiaa Benneh Beyeeman I – Nkosuohene of Wirenkyeren Amanfrom and Dwantoa Hemaa of Akyem Abuakwa (Mrs. Adelaide Mary Benneh)
CHILDREN: Mr. Kwadwo Benneh (Ecobank Accra); Dr. (Mrs) Amma Benneh-Akwasi Kuma (University of Ghana Medical School); Nana Dwemoh Benneh (Universal Merchant Bank Accra); Mr. Paa Kwasi Benneh (Morgan Stanley, USA); Mrs. Adelaide Maame Yaa Ammea Benneh Prempeh (B&P Associates, Accra) and Mrs. Antoinette Benneh Ansah (PCAOB, USA)
BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Mr Kofi Kyeremeh Benneh; Madam Mary Benneh; Mrs Agnes Bediako; Madam Elizabeth Benneh; Ambassador Elizabeth Afia Benneh; Mr Kwame Boye Benneh; Mr Kofi Adu Benneh (Germany); Ms. Amma Benneh (Germany); Mrs. Amma Opuni (USA); Mr Yaw Benneh (UK); Mr Philip Benneh (UK); Mrs Faustina Adiamah; Rev Florence Simpson; Faustina Akosua Benneh (Nyaho Clinic) and all other Benneh brothers and sisters.
SONS AND DAUGHTERS IN-LAW: Ms. Dilys Kuma (Accra); Mr. Joseph Akwasi Kuma (Accra); Mrs. Amy Benneh (Accra); Mrs. Akua Benneh (USA); Mr. Kwame Kyeretwie Prempeh (Accra); Mr. Paul Ansah (USA)
BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN-LAW: Dr. Roger Koranteng (UK) Brothers & Sisters; Mrs. Margaret Benneh (Berekum); Mrs. Janet Benneh (Accra); Dr. Kwaku Opuni (USA); Mrs. Mary Acheamponmaa Benneh; Mrs. Francisca Benneh (Germany); Mr. Emmanuel Adiamah; Mrs Janet Benneh (Sunyani); Mrs. Naana Benneh; Mrs. Felicia Benneh (UK); Mrs. Aggie Benneh & others.
COUSINS: Professor Francis Buabang (brothers & sisters); Mr. George Effah (Brothers & Sisters); Owner Aboagye & Sisters; Kwaku Willie Febri, Brothers & Sisters; Adwoa Afriyie & Sisters.
NEPHEWS AND NIECES: Mr. Y. B. Amponsah, Brothers & Sisters; Kwame K. Benneh, Brothers & Sisters; Dr. Albert Benneh, Brothers & Sisters; Barbara Ampofo, Brothers & Sisters; Rev. Joseph Benneh, Brothers & Sisters; Akosua Akuffo and Sisters; Bridget Benneh and Sister; Nana Henewaa and Dwemoh Benneh, Brothers & Sisters; Patrick Ohene Darko, Brothers & Sisters; Kwame Oti Ofori; Mercy Simpson, Brother & Sisters; Samantha Benneh, Brothers & Sisters; Kwame Benneh; Franklin Ofori Benneh, Brothers & Sisters.
GRANDCHILDREN: Francis Akwasi Kuma, Andrew Benneh, Malaika Benneh, Theresa Akwasi Kuma, Eugene Benneh, Amanda Benneh, Joshua Benneh, Aaron Prempeh, William Benneh, Sean Benneh, Ethan Ansah, Julian Prempeh, Jeremy Benneh, Brandon Ansah, Jamie Prempeh, Mikaela Benneh, Jason Ansah
DRESS CODE: BLACK.
THANKSGIVING SERVICE: BLACK & WHITE
Please note that COVID-19 Protocols will be STRICTLY OBSERVED
Friends and Sympathizers are Cordially Invited.
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