The Adusei family of Croydon, UK and the Ekoana and Asona family of Fumesua and Juabeng in the Ashanti region invite you and your family to the final funeral rites for the late:
Nana Kwadwo Adusei aka Mr John Bright Adusei
Aged 67 and Mrs Mary Owusu aka Nana Akua Addai
DATE: Saturday, September 23rd, 2006
TIME: 4:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
VENUE: Croydon Parish Church Hall
Croydon, CR0 1RN
England - UK
Nana Kwadwo Adusei aka Mr John Bright Adusei was the beloved husband of Mrs Rose Adusei and father of Mr. George Aries Adusei (Pasio), Mr. Frank Stedman Adusei (Swazi) Mrs Joyce Adusei, Miss. Elizabeth Adusei, Mr. Charles Otuo Serebour Addo Boateng (Big Ben), Mr. Isaac Addo Boateng (Ziggy) all in the UK and Mr. Charles Addo Boateng (Biggy) Germany
Mrs Mary Owusu aka Nana Akua Addai was the beloved mother of Mr Albert Osei Mensah, Ghana, Mrs Rose Adusei, UK & Ghana, Ms Confort Mensah, Ghana, Mrs Elizabeth Brobbey, USA, Mr Kwabena Mensah, USA & Ghana
Nana Okyerefo Opusuanning Poakor (Adontenhene, Juabeng)
Nana Akwasi Adarkwah II (Abesemhene, New Juabeng, UK)
Opanyin Kwadwo Akosah (Abusuapanyin, Juabeng), Nana Kwadwo Kwarteng (Krontinhene, Ejisu Krapa), Nana Kwabena Brobbey (Sumpahene, USA), Mr Kwabena Osei Mensah (SSNIT, Ghana), Mr & Mrs Dan Mensah Kuma, UK, Mr & Mrs Ben Boadu, UK, Mr & Mrs (Justice) Kwarteng, UK, Mr Akwasi Boadu, UK
Mr & Mrs Tutu & Family, UK & Ghana, Mr Lee Frempong, NY Times, USA
Mr George Kumi (Director, Stadium Hotel, Ghana), Mr & Mrs Jones, UK, Mrs Emma Arthur & Family, UK & Ghana, Mr & Mrs Abban & Family, UK & Ghana, The Brobbey family, USA, Mr Addai Duah, Executives Friends Club, UK, The Bawuah family, UK & Ghana, Mr Javan Danquah, UK, Mr Bernard Mensah, UK, Mr Yaw Mensah, UK, Mr. Marvin Bordom, UK, Mr. Charles Bordom, UK, Mr Anthony Essien (Smosh), USA, Adarskee Joe, USA, Nana Kofi Fosu (Bulley), UK, Mr Frank Mensah, UK & USA, Mr Paa Sei (Asway), Ziggy, UK, Nana Yaw Sarpong, UK, Mr Aaron Anokye UK, Mr & Mrs Ben Edusei, UK, Mr Albert Anokye UK, Mr Banwell, UK, Mrs Rita Nsiah & Nsiah Family, UK & Ghana, Sis Attaa Justina, UK, Mr & Mrs Tony Gyamfi and the entire Sasu Family, UK & Ghana, Ms Evelyn Degraft Yeboah, UK, Mr & Mrs Eugene Antwi, UK, Mr Bruce Sam, UK, Mr Kwabena Poku, UK, Nana Yaw Ababio (Vasco) USA, The Ababio family, USA & Ghana, The Mainoo family (Nash) UK, Holland and Ghana, Mr Kwabena Nketia Arthur, UK, Mr & Mrs Prince Opoku, UK, Mr & Mrs Kessie, UK, Mr & Mrs Carlos Bandoh, UK, Mr & Mrs John Antwi Bosiako, UK, Mr Samson Adamah and family, UK, Mr & Mrs Koufie UK, Mr & Mrs Fosu UK, All former and current Lobito (New Amakom Extension) residents in the UK, USA, Germany, Holland, Japan, Italy & Ghana.
Mr James Abban, 07956 547042
Ms Desylvia Arthur, 07956 208937
Mr Prince Opoku, 07940 974040
Mr Osei Boateng, 07916 287182
Ms Amanda Asamoah, 07931 758943
Mr Benjamin Koufie (Dizzy), 07957 469581
Mr Kwame Debrah, 07985 202913
Mr Francis Barwuah, 07946 284643
Directions to: Croydon Parish Church,
To either East or West Croydon Stations
Walking from West Croydon Station
Out of station turn left and then take the next road to the right called Tamworth Road. Follow this road down to the bottom. Turn left and walk about 100 yards. If you then turn right you should be able to see the church about 200 yards in front of you.
Walking from East Croydon Station
Out of station and turn right. Follow this road, George Street along to Crown Hill which leads to Church Street. At the bottom of Church Street follow the road round to the left and the church should be about 200 yards in front of you.
Best way is to come along Old Town which becomes Roman Way. Drive slightly past the church and get into the far right hand lane at the Traffic Lights. Turn right and then follow the road left but getting into right hand lane to go straight ahead onto Tamworth Road. Follow on and turn right at next right hand turn which should be Frith Road. Follow on to crossroads and turn right into Drummond Road (quite a sharp turn). Follow this road to crossroads where 'Tramlink' intersects the road. Go straight over and the church should be about 200 yards in front of you.