Volume II, Issue 5
Transformation for Worthy Service
TU-LCF $100,000USD Symbolic Handshake
Inside This Issue
USD Symbolic Hand
TU Signs MOU with
Top Asian Universities
Sen. Ballout Brings
Top Diplomat to TU
TU Signs MOU with
Top Asian Universities
Dr. Laurence Bropleh Mesmerizes TU
Students & Faculty
Pictorial of the
TU Holds First Capping & Badging Ceremony
Pictorial of the Capping & Badging Ceremony
L –R, Dr. Carbajosa in a symbolic $100k handshake with Rev. Dr. Laurence K. Bropleh
The William V.S. Tubman University (TU) and Lonestar Cell Foun-
mitting $100,000.00USD towards
the TU-LCF ICT Collaborative
dation (LCF) have had a symbolic
handshake on November 4, 2013,
Initiative. The partnership includes the setting up of a modern
16 in ICT
for a One Hundred Thousand
United States (100,000.00) project.
ICT Lab and a Resource Center
that will be fully digitized by LCF
Director Grimes Visits Several Universities in the US
According to the Corporate Executive of Lonestar Cell Communica-
with state of the art equipment
with high speed internet connec-
A Tribute to the Late
tion MTN, Rev. Dr. Laurence K.
Bropleh, Lonestar Cell is commit-
tivity through I-connect. The Resource center will serve as space
ted to the educational needs of
Liberians. As such the corporation
for free internet access for both
students and the Community of
will do everything in its power to
lift Liberia and Liberians.
Harper. It will also serve as a training center for high school students
Rev. Dr. Bropleh said LCF is com-
and teachers in the use of ICT for
The Acting President of Tubman
University Dr. Elizabeth Q.E.
Carbajosa thanked Lonestar Cell
Foundation for the gesture. She
said the initiative will help TU
fulfill its mission of providing
quality services that transform
the lives of individuals for worthy services. She extended special
thanks to the Vice President for
Institutional Advancement, Rev.
Rita Townsend for leading the
initiative to engage Lonestar Cell
Foundation as a strategic partner .
TU Signs MOU with Top Asian Universities
Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell, President of TU
The Executive Assistant to the President of the William V.S.Tubman University (TU), Mr. Johnny C. Woods Jr. has
revealed to TU Times that the University has signed Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with three top Asian Universities. The Universities include the Sais International University and Dalian Neusoft University of Information
both located in China and the Institute of Business Management of Pakistan. The MOUs which were signed on TU’s
behalf by Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell, President of TU and witnessed by the Dean of International Education, Barbara Simmons, JD, will give TU students the opportunity to study abroad and gain international experience.
According to Executive Assistant Woods, the MOU with Dalian Neusoft University of Information includes the establishment of a joint five-year program in software engineering which incorporates a stay of 2 ½ yrs in each institution by students of both TU and Dalian; and the provision of scholarship for students enrolled in the program.
Neusoft Institution of Information is a private university with campuses in Dalian, Guangzhou, and Chengdu, China.
This institution specializes in information technology and is a joint venture of Neusoft Group and Dalian Software
Park Co. Ltd.
“Whereas that signed with Sais International University involves the donation of scholarships to five students of TU
to study at Sais with no cost to TU”, Mr. Woods added. Sais International University is a private university affiliated
to Zhengzhou University in Henan Province, China. It was founded in 1998 by Mr. Shawn Chen, head of SAIS
Group as a small business trade school. It is the first American university in Central China.
Mr. Woods also explained that the MOU signed with the Institute of Business management of Pakistan involves partnership on the development of a program in entrepreneur partnership with TU. The institute is a University located in
Karachi, Pakistan. It is composed of four colleges. According to the 2012 ranking issued by the Higher Education of
Pakistan, it was ranked at the 3rd position of Business Universities in Pakistan. The institution also publishes the country’s only business research journal, the Pakistan Business Review.
The MOUs were signed in Zhenzhou, China September , 2013.
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Senator Ballout Brings Top Diplomat to TU
The first ever South African Ambassador to be resident in Liberia,
H.E. Masilo E. Mabeta has paid a
courtesy visit to Tubman University (TU) on August 23, 2013. Accompanied by his wife and son,
Amb. Mabeta, was in the County
as guest of the Maryland’s Senator
John Ballout Jr. In his introductory remarks at the dinner held in
honor of the Ambassador by the
Tubman University’s President’s
Council, Senator Ballout said that
he has personally invited the Ambassador and his wife to explore
possibilities for partnership in the
area of Health, Education, Agriculture and future investment in
Maryland’s economy by South
African Entrepreneurs . The Senator also disclosed that Mrs. Mabeta
who has over 25 years of experience in Higher Education was also
looking for the possibility of giving
a helping hand to the youth of
Maryland, most especially in the
area of education. In conclusion,
Senator Ballout described TU as
the most strategic invention anyone could invest into and at the
same time strongly recommended
TU as a strategic partner for any
future intervention by South Africa in the education sector.
For her part, the President of the
Tubman University, Dr. Elizabeth
Davis-Russell, welcomed the Ambassador and family, Senator
Ballout, and Superintendent Nazarene Brewer Tubman to the University and extended appreciation
to Senator Ballout for including
the University in the itinerary of
the Ambassador’s visit to the county. She then outlined some of the
achievements, challenges, and
major projects of the University
including the Cavalla Village inte-
Senator John A. Ballout
Amb. & Mrs. Masilo Mabeta
grated program and Grow Our
(GOOS), etc. In her elaboration
about the GOOS program, the
President disclosed that the University had provided scholarships
to nine of its staff to attend graduate programs in Nigeria and Liberia and further said that TU is
also looking for the opportunity
to explore partnerships with
South African Universities that
will allow GOOS beneficiaries to
enroll in South African Universities not as international students
but as nationals. This, she said
would give the GOOS beneficiaries same tuition payments and
opportunities as South African
nationals. Tubman University
Program (GOOS)”, was established to allow deserving employees to attain their educational
goals, meet their professional
development objectives, and succeed in their careers. In addition,
the program will enable employees
to take advantage of opportunities
for continuing professional development, and to serve as a tool to
improve recruitment and subsequent retention of qualified faculty and professional staff.
In response, Amb. Mabeta said
that the University located at the
very south east tip of Liberia was
an opportunity for young people
to realize their potential. He then
cautioned faculty members to be
committed in their profession and
the University to enshrine in its
academic programs, courses that
will prepare students as well as
local government officials as Liberia moves towards decentralization
of state power. Without promises,
the Ambassador concluded by
saying that his embassy will explore the possibility of reflecting
TU in the Liberia- South Africa
relations. This he said will pave
the way towards a partnership
between TU and a South African
Tubman University “GrowOur-Own Scholarship Program (GOOS)”, was established to allow deserving
employees to attain their
educational goals, meet their
objectives, and succeed in
Rev. Dr. Laurence Bropleh Mesmerizes TU’s Students & Faculty
The campus of the William V.S. Tubman University in Harper, Maryland County was a panorama of intellectual
display on November 4, 2013 when Rev. Dr. Laurence Bropleh, Corporate Affairs Executive, Lonestar Cell Foundation, addressed the prestigious Speakers’ Bureau at the University.
The Speakers’ Bureau is a platform designed by the Department of Public and Media Relations of the William V.S.
Tubman University. It is aimed at bringing to the University and community qualified speakers with a message of
relevance to evoke a positive change.
Rev. Dr. Bropleh
Greeting the students, staff, faculty as well as local government officials, Rev. Dr. Bropleh said that he was elated,
yet humbled by the invitation extended him to serve as a guest speaker at the Speakers’ Bureau. This he continued
“marks yet another defining moment in the annals of Tubman University, a great and noble institution that stands
tall in Southeastern Liberia as a Leader in the impartation of quality education.”
Speaking on the theme “Attitudinal transformation: the nexus for better Leadership and Decision Making.” Rev.
Dr. Bropleh said, “in order for us Liberians to make better decisions that will see Liberia rise to the occasion, we
must now change our minds and attitudes. Even though Liberia is better off than what it used to be in our recent
history, I’m still of the hope that this Nation is yet to be what it is supposed to be.” He therefore challenged his
audience that the task of making Liberia great rests on their shoulders because when each Liberian strives for greatness, Liberia will become great.
Bureau aspires to
messages for positive
change by providing
high level speakers
who will inspire Tubman University and
the community to
reach the pinnacle of
messages that evoke a
Speaking of diverseness and diversity, the Charismatic Speaker said, religious, cultural and ethnic divisiveness had
wrecked our nation because we were yet to understand that diversity is not divisiveness. He then added that though
we are all different in nature, morphologies, in voices and attitudes; something which makes us diverse, but amidst
our diversities, we must co-exist as a people.
He meanwhile called upon his audience and the nation to begin to dream of a different kind of leadership in Liberia; hence leaders with changed minds and attitudes. “You see as leaders, it is not your decision to judge those
whom you serve, rather it must be the exercising of your intentional will to guide and respect those whom you lead
and appreciating those whose works have hugely impacted the larger facet of your organization, your institution and
by extension your country. We as Liberians must begin to appreciate selfless leadership that reverberates the interest
of humanity” Rev. Dr. Bropleh strongly added.
He then said that Liberia is at a critical and defining juncture as 2014 and 2017 election activities inch near.
“Liberia needs selfless leaders who will allow national interest and the general good of the majority populace to
prevail against personal aggrandizement” Rev. Dr. Bropleh strongly told his applauding audience.
He also told his audience to remember that “getting old is mandatory but growing up is optional”. Liberia is the
oldest independent African Nation, and then asked the question “has Liberia grown up?”
In the midst of battle cries and unstoppable applauses, Rev. Dr. Bropleh said that if Liberia must grow up; it takes
Liberians to make it work. He powerfully noted “it only takes collectivism or the inclusivity of every Liberian in
breathing a breath of change; we must never desert it, we must uphold it forever and ensure that this sweet land of
liberty remains ours.” He then said that Liberians must in joy and gladness begin to shout with unity of hearts the
freedom of a race benighted.
The Prelate-Corporate Executive challenged the students and faculty not to accept mediocrity , and instead should
aspire towards excellence and greatness through self believability and reverence for God. The well voiced United
Methodist clergyman inspired his audience by his soul and mind touching speech amidst standing ovations and
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Pictorial View of the Speakers’ Bureau
TU Holds First Capping & Badging Ceremony
Arriving as they marched up the stairs of the Harper City Hall, the nurses-to-be of the College of Health Sciences (CHS) at the William V.S. Tubman University
(WVSTU), solemnly entered the auditorium. The ceremony observed all the seriousness due their noble, life-saving profession. Smartly attired in their yellow and
white uniforms, the students represented unity and dignity following the flags of Tubman University thence, that of the College of Health Sciences. They sang the
song, “God Has Smiled on Me”, to the accompaniment of Mr. Joe P. Davis on the keyboards. Assisted by Mr. Prince Morris as photographer, the CHS Nursing
students processed to their assigned seats while the platform guests and audience appreciated the organization and procession. One could even see the platform
guests singing along. Wearing their yellow and white tops, white bottoms, white socks and black shoes, the nurses-to-be arrived at their seats in perfect formation,
evidence of their careful program planning.
Welcome remarks were presented by Ms. Iona Thomas-Connor, Chair of the Nursing Department. She presented 35 men and women to be recipients of Nurses’
badges and caps. She welcomed and thanked family members for supporting the students. Chair Thomas-Connor also served as Mistress of Ceremony for the program.
Mr. Mulbah Tokpah recognized the collaborations of the WVSTU-CHS with the JJ Dossen Memorial Hospital, Cavalla Rubber Corporation, Catholic Health Center, Cavalla Government Hospital. Mr. Phillip Davis, faculty of the CHS, presented 35 students to be capped and badged. Ms. Patricia Jackson, Nursing Director of
the JJ Dossen Hospital induced the Candle Lighting portion of the program. She urged the incoming nurses to be passionate for the nursing profession which has
great value, as evidenced by the pledge that was later committed. She gave the acronym of the CAP to be worn by the female nurses as C is for Christ, A means
around, and P is for the patient, meaning, Christ is around the patient in the form of the nurse, therefore show love to the patient. The male nursing students received the badges on the sleeve. All nurses-to-be recited the pledged as enumerated by Ms. Willimai Weetol-Genrnyon, faculty of CHS. Holding the lighted candle in
their left hand while raising their right hand, they committed to the Nightingale Pledge.
The newly capped and badged nurses-to-be were presented to the President of Tubman University, and to the Dean of the College of Health Sciences. The student
nurses then performed a musical selection to honor the occasion. They filed to their seats with their candles lit as they ended the selection. Cheering parents and
well-wishers could not contain themselves and began showering the nurses-to-be with flowers as they took their seats. One could sense the pride, enjoyment, and
sense of accomplishment thus far, on the faces of the CHS faculty and Chair of the Nursing Program.
Ms. Esther Scere introduced the guest speaker, Rev. Dr. Soney Comfort Lake, Director of Nursing Services as the Jackson F. Doe Memorial Referral Hospital in
Tapittah, Nimba County. Rev. Dr. Lake spoke of the challenges in field of nursing as she spoke on the theme, “Providing Quality Care through A Quality Education”. She spoke of seeing changes in the procedures and habits of senior nurses. She queried where is the passionate, compassionate care while responding to patients? She quoted the Nurses’ Ode, written by a Liberian, evoking a thunderous clap response from the audience. She encouraged the incoming nurses to further
their education in other specialties in nursing, including administration. Expertise in chronic medical management is needed as clients live longer. Research, she
advocated, helps nurses to grow, impacting health care systems. She admonished them to continue their education, while requesting Tubman University to embrace
new technologies and establish a residency program so that students are able to enhance their learning. Saving lives, good customer service skills, a positive attitude,
will make the patients of these nurses-to-be feel more secure. She reminded the recipients that the caps and badges received symbolized their profession. Rev. Dr.
Soney Lake urged the incoming nurses to care for the sick, injured, and dying, in the practice of nursing as Florence Nightingale intended. She ended by looking
forward to having some of the honored students join her at the Jackson F. Doe Memorial Referral Hospital.
For Special Remarks, Mr. Maurice Copeland, Sr. spoke on behalf of parents by expressing thanks to the Government of Liberia for bringing an institute as Tubman
University to the County. A representative of the Director from the midwifery program in Zwedru urged the students not to seek wealth, or just uniforms, but rather
to be compassionate and prioritize patient care. He urged them to seek qualifications rather than a fast-track career. Dr. Francis of the JJ Dossen Memorial Hospital
in Harper thanked the WVSTU-CHS and anticipates having nurses from among them as members of the JJ Dossen Hospital. Harper City Mayor, Regina Sampson
encouraged students to let their lights shine, as their profession is a calling. “Bravo to TU and HE Ellen Johnson Sir leaf, for the University that was once only a
technical college”, she said.
Dr. Lucky Ehigiator, inaugural and only Dean of the WVSTU College of Health Sciences, received a roaring applause as he reached the podium. He said this is the
third of this type of program in this part of the world. He believes that the incoming nurses will pursue their profession, having been prepared with quality and
excellent instruction and skills. Dr. Elizabeth Q. E. Carbajosa, Vice President for Academic Affairs congratulated the 35 nursing students. She said, “This is just the
beginning of a long, challenging journey”. She emphasized serving in excellence, and urged them to respond to the national goals of Liberia to build capacity in the
health care profession.
In Closing Remarks, Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell, TU’s President, reflected on the years of the University since its meager beginning in 2009, remembering how the
students have persevered to get thus far. She cautioned them to continue and looks forward to shaking their hands as they receive their Baccalaureate signifying their
having attained knowledge, skill-sets, but importantly, attitude. She urged them to anticipate their patients’ needs. She gave her expectation that these nurses-to-be,
represent not only themselves, their families, but that they represent the William V.S. Tubman University! One could feel the sincerity of expression of heartfelt
thanks in the realization of the dreams of TU.
Nurse Alice Pency, a faculty of CHS, gave the Vote of Thanks. She said “the occasion reflects the dynamic leadership of Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell”. She mentioned
that TU is positioning itself to respond to the needs in the society such as preventing child and infant mortality, malnutrition, etc. Nurses Alice Pency and Willimai
Weetol-Genrnyon, both recently joined TU’s College of Health Sciences, after having obtained their Master degrees as recipients of TU’s Grow Our Own Program,
TU’s self-help design to build its human capacity.
The program ended to the cheers of everyone as photographers struggled to straddle chairs to capture the moment with the best photos.
As many celebrated the day, the larger anticipation looked to 31 May 2014 – TU’s first graduation. What a day that will be!!
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Pictorial of the Capping and Badging Ceremony
“This is just the
beginning of a long,
Elizabeth Q. E.
TU-LCF Certificates 16 in ICT
The William V.S. Tubman
University (TU) and Lonestar
Cell Foundation (LCF) have
completed the training and
certifications of 16 students
and faculty as Trainers of
Trainers (TOT) through its
ICT Collaborative Initiative.
Speaking during the certification program, the Vice President for Institutional Advancement Rev. Rita Townsend said the program was as a
result of intense negotiations
between Tubman University
through the Division of InstiCertificated Trainees pose with TU & LCF Staff
tutional Advancement and
Lonestar Cell Foundation He thanked the implementing He commended the trainees
through its Corporate Affairs. partner, Sahara Technology for the level of enthusiasm
Solution, headed by one of and interest they have
Liberia’s proponent in the shown throughout the trainthanks to Rev. Dr. Laurence
ICT Industry, Darren Wil- ing process.
K. Bropleh for ensuring the
kins, for successfully impleprogram is a success. Rev.
menting the initiative. Rev. Mr. Wilkins said he was
Townsend intoned that the
Dr. Bropleh expressed hope proud for his firm to have
TU student trainees will serve
that the trainees will use the been chosen as the impleas trainers for 10th grade stuknowledge acquired for the menting partner for the prodents from Cape Palmas High
advancement of Tubman Uni- ject. In two separate remarks
School while the TU’s Faculty
versity, the Southeast and Li- two representative of the
trainees will serve as trainers
beria and for their own bene- trainees,
for other faculty members.
Sleweon, a student trainee
The students went through a
and Mr. Kayibanda Doe, a
six month rigorous training Also speaking during the certi- faculty of Tubman Universiprovided by Sahara Technolo- fication program was the chief ty expressed thanks to
executive officer of Sahara Lonestar Cell Foundation
Technology Solution, Darren and Tubman University for
The Corporate Executive of
Wilkins. Mr. Wilkins ex- the opportunity afforded
Lonestar Cell MTN, Rev. Dr.
pressed thanks to Lonestar them to acquire knowledge
Laurence K. Bropleh exCell Foundation for affording in ICT. They expressed their
pressed satisfaction with the
the people of the Southeast readiness to transfer the
the opportunity to acquire knowledge gained to their
Volume II, Issue 5
Director Grimes visits several universities in the United States
The Director of Career Planning &
Placement, Benoni Tarr Grimes,
recently met with his counterparts
Career Services professionals or practitioners at several leading universities in the United States of America.
According to a report submitted by
his office, Mr. Grimes met with the
Career Development professional at
Emory University, Georgia Institute
of Technology and Clayton States
University in Atlanta, GA as well as
the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN and Pierre View University in Huston, Texas.
Mr. Grimes said visits came as a result of a professional social networking site, LinkedIn, where he began
to interact with Career Services professionals and practitioners around
the world and in the United States.
At Emory University he met with
Anne Kocurek, Director of Career
Counseling and Pamela Brown, Senior Director of the BBA CMC Employer Relation at Emory University;
at Clayton State University in Clayton County, Georgia. While in
Georgia, he also met and held talks
with Mrs. Bridgette McDonald, Director of the Career Service Center.
Mr. Grimes also travelled to Minnesota where he visited the Minneapolis campus of the University of
Minnesota and met with Mr. Paul
Timmins, Director of Career service
and Sarah Wolfs, Career Coordinator of the College of Education and
Director Grimes (in the middle) poses with his colleagues at Emory
The discussions at the various universities centered on what they as
Career Services practitioners could
do to support each other in ensuring
students success as it relates to Career Services. They then invited Mr.
Grimes to become member of the
National Career Development Association (NCDA.org) and National
Association of Career Employer
He said he and his colleagues agreed
to maintain a program-to-program
relationship and over time it could
move into a relationship between
their respective universities and institutions. They also agreed to keep in
contact and share ideas and resources from time to time.
At Georgia Institute of Technology Mr. Grimes attended a three
day workshop on Best Practices in
Human Resources Management
and Career Development. He also
participated in a Career opportunity and Job Fair at Clayton
While in the US, Mr. Grimes was
also invited by Minnesota and
Georgia Branches of Maryland
County Association the two organizations which he gracefully accepted and addressed them. At the
forum in Minnesota, a Marylander, Ms. Beatrice Rue who is
RN in Minnesota, donated an assortment of nursing books to be
used by the students of the College of Heath Sciences.
Tribute to the Memory of the late Mrs. Cecelia Jones Browne
BY Benoni Tarr Grimes
Henry Wadsward Longfellow in The Psalm of Life said:
“TELL me not, in mournful numbers, Life is but an empty dream!— For the soul is dead that slumbers, And things are not what they seem.
Life is real! Life is earnest! And the grave is not its goal; Dust thou art, to dust returnest, Was not spoken of the soul,”
I wish to use this occasion to express my heartfelt condolences to Mr. Stephen Browne and the bereaved Jones and Browne families. Howbeit, I refuse to accept the
fact that Cecelia has passed away.
Cecelia was like a daughter to me. Because of the proximity, being next door to her office, she stopped by all the time to check on me. If there was a vehicle going to
town, she would come over to inform me and find out if I needed a ride. If I had some clerical work to do, she was the consultant I touched base with. She was always
there for me. When she needed advice on anything, she came over and shared it with me. Indeed, she will greatly be missed!
I recall our last conversation before I left for the US. She had some Liberian home-made pepper-sauce which she was trying to send to her husband. She was looking
forward to the birth of the baby and to one day reunite with him when he completes his studies in Nigeria.
As I sit and reflect, I am still puzzled about her sudden departure from this Earth. Till this day, I am traumatized and hurt; and can say so for many who interacted with
her in one way another. To my TU family and others; let us take solace in the words of Our Lord Jesus Christ when he said and as recorded in John 11:25: “I am
resurrection and I am life, whoever has faith in me shall have life, even though he dies”. I have the faith that Cecelia is not dead, she is resting in the arms of the Lord,
waiting for that great resurrection morning. She was a believer and had faith in Christ.
It is not often that a life comes along upon which a community gets attached and then there is a sudden good bye, you don’t expect. Yes, Cecelia in her quiet way made
her mark and imprint on some of our minds. Her ever smiling face, joy to assist, soft but effective voice, and her kind heart to serve everyone, will be truly missed.
Linda Ellis (1996) in her poem The Dash, said:
“…For it matters not, how much we own, the cars…the house…the cash.
What matters is how we live and love and how we spend our dash.
So, think about this long and hard. Are there things you’d like to change?
For you never know how much time is left that can still be rearranged.”
As she spent her dash, Cecelia had many unique qualities; She was a dedicated wife, an affectionate mother, a compassionate family member, and a trusted friend.
Cecelia had the gifts of hospitality and generosity. She made everyone to feel welcomed with her warmth and friendliness. She made strangers to feel welcomed into
her office and home; and rendered special assistance, favors and services to anyone who approached her.
As a Secretary by profession, Cecelia indelible mark of excellence is stamped on the faces and in the hearts of all our students, faculty, administrators and staff. Excellence was her hallmark and she emphasized discipline, hard work and good character.
During this difficult period of great loss and grief, on behalf of myself and the Office of Career Planning & Placement of the William V S Tubman University, I wish
to express profound condolences to her husband, Stephen; children, the bereaved family, Dr. Colleen Clay, faculty and students of the College of Education, and the
entire TU community.
The late Cecelia now finds eternal rest with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ whom she served faithfully in her sojourn on earth and is reunited with her beloved
relatives and love ones who went before her and to be with the Lord.
During this difficult period, please permit me to use an excerpt from William Cullen Bryant in his Thanatopsis which states:
“So live, that when thy summons comes to join the innumerable caravan which moves to that mysterious realm where each shall take his chamber in
the silent halls of death, Thou go not, like the quarry-slave at night, Scourged by his dungeon; but, sustain'd and soothed by an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave, Like one who wraps the drapery of his couch about him, and lies down to pleasant dreams.”
Good bye Cecelia, Good bye, see you in the sweet by and by on that great resurrection morning; Rest Cecelia, and May light perpetual shine upon you. It is my prayer
that your soul, and the souls of all the faithfully departed through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Transformation for Worthy Service
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