Dr. Lawrence Oware Gyekye

Dr. Lawrence Oware Gyekye
Source: Ghana News | Obituary
Date: 18-09-2018 Time: 07:09:17:am
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Dr. Lawrence Oware Gyekye

Call to Eternity

Dr.  Lawrence Oware Gyekye  (1942 – 2018)

Formerly of Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), Legon

Funeral arrangements:

  • Wednesday, October 10, 2018 |
  • 7.00 – 8.30pm | – Hymn Service

 

  • Saturday, October 13, 2018                                                                                                                                                      
  • 7.30 – 11.30am|Filing Past & Funeral Service - Changed Life Baptist Church, North  Kaneshie  (private burial at Akyem Awisa immediately after)                                                                 

 

11.30am to 6.00pm Refreshments and Funeral Rites Ghana National Police Training School (Police Depot), Tesano-Accra till 6.00pm

 

  • Sunday, October 14, 2018                                                                                                                      
  •  9.00 – 11.00am|Memorial & Thanksgiving Service| Changed Life Baptist Church, North Kaneshie

 

  • 2.00pm till 6.00pm| Family Gathering at Ashongman residence Dr. Oware Gyekye

WIDOW :  Prof. Mrs. Faustina Oware-Gyekye|Mountcrest University College, Kanda, Accra|Former Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, University of Ghana, Legon

CHILDREN: Madam Evelyn Gyekye (St. John’s Grammar Senior High School, Achimota) |Mrs. Gladys Bonsu (Tema General Hospital)| Dr. Kwabena Appiah Gyekye (Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital Polyclinic)| Mrs. Stella Otema Badu (Office of the Attorney-General)| Mr. Kofi Akese Gyekye (Faustie Hire Ltd.)|Mr. Kwasi Fosuhene Gyekye (Manchester)|Mr. Kwaku Twumasi Gyekye (Jersey City)| Mr. Prince Kwaku Boakye (London)

ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED


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