Let us now look at tributes by brothers and sisters in Ghana. We shall look at samples and examples of this tribute below!
If you want to write one yourself, you can refer to this guideline.
Tribute by Brothers and Sisters Examples & Samples
Tribute by Brothers and Sisters (example 1)
D AA-YAWA affectionately called by all of us, is no longer physically with us. We stand here this morning to pay a short tribute to her for the part she played in our lives. She was indeed our role model, a central figure and a welfare officer who played an active part in our lives. She was always in touch with us.
Daa Yawa was really a woman. We will continue to miss her. Our prayer is that, the spirit of oneness and unity, which she championed, being our elder Sister, will forever remain with us until the glorious day of his appearing. AMEN
Tribute by Children
O H! dearest loving Mummy whom we love so much. Are we still dreaming? Someone should please wake us up from this slumber!. We can’t imagine life without you. You have been our model, the only Queen we cherished so much, you’ve been such a great Mum. We are grateful to GOD for giving us such as wonderful mum. Who will now call us with your motherly voice Mawuena, Dzifa, Miriam, Dorcas, and who shall we call Mummy? It’s going to be tough without you, but as the song writer says “This so sweet to trust in JESUS”. Yes, our only hope is to trust in the promise that we shall surely meet again, where we shall share unending hugs.
We love you Da Enyo. Mummy, may God be with you till we meet again.
He de nyuie. Amen!!!
Tribute by brothers and sisters (example 2)
Time time o ever rolling stream
Beams all its sons away They fly forgotten as a dream
Dies at the open day; Death oh death why have you treated us so?. How can we loose you at your prime age of 55.
D a Enyo; as the family affectionately called you, when the unbelievable and sh shocking news of your death blew through our ears on that fateful Thursday night 27th August 2009, every living thing in the environment became still. Indeed it was a violent crime against the family a crime we would never forget.
The great oak tree which gives us shade, comfort has been uprooted; A great shining star in the family has disappeared. You had strong family values and believed that unity for the whole community could only be attained, if the nuclear family bonds were secured. You highly valued good education, training and proper upbringing and a disciplined character
was your hall mark. Your wise counsel amazed us as you were concerned with everyone’s welfare.
You have fought a good fight; you have finished the race and kept the faith. Now there is in store for you a crown of righteousness which the Lord the righteous Judge will award you on that day 2 Tim 4:7-8. Amen!!!
We are thankful to God for lending us someone like you. We miss you greatly and deeply; your memory shall be with us for a long time to come. May the Good Lord keep you safe till we meet again, Rest in Perfect peace. He de nyuie, He de nyuie. Amen.