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Alexander Frempong

July 4, 1957 - May 2, 2022

Alexander Kwesi Frempong, was born on July 4, 1957, to the union of the late Kwame Forson and the late Agnes Owusu- Forson in Agona Swedru, Ghana. Alex, or Bro. Kwesi, as he was popularly called accepted Christ at an early an age and was baptized at the Agona Swedru Methodist Church. After graduating from Swedru Salvation middle school, he proceeded to the SDA College of Education to train as professional teacher. He later enrolled in the University of Ghana to pursue his Bachelor’s in Education. Alex met the love of his life, Esther Payne and they married in 1984.

Alex was a member of the Tree of Life ministries where he served faithful as part of the praise and worship team until his passing. He was a man of great character; very disciplined and has always been a sharp dresser. During his leisure, he enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his grandkids. He was a faithful reader of the bible and newspaper and enjoyed watching sports.

Alex departed this life on Monday, May 2, 2022. He was preceded in death by his father, Kwame Forson, and mother, Agnes Owusu-Forson.

In addition to his wife, he leaves behind to his cherish memory; a son, Alexander Ato Frempong; two daughters, Victoria Frempong and Linda Dadson, ten grandchildren, seven siblings, eight nieces, seven nephews, two sons-in-law, a daughter-in-law, and a host of many loving relatives, friends, and church community.

Alex had a such a generous spirit and pleasant personality. He loved and was loved by so many. His Christian life and commitment were admirable, and his influence will forever remain in the lives of all who knew him.

A visitation, and memorial service will be held on May 28, 2022, from 10:00 am at Tharp Funeral Home with Pastor Michael Dodson officiating.

 

Tharp Funeral Home, Lynchburg is assisting the family.  To send condolences, please visit www.tharpfuneralhome.com

 

Burial Date May 28, 2022

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Day by day, I think of you. How can all of thse be true? I can’t believe you’re really gone; I still can’t accept it, After such a long time, I was thinking I would have seen you again as you informed me that you will come to Ghana very soon. Just the thought of you makes me cry. I never even got the chance to say goodbye. Every picture you sent to me and every video call you made to me was very significant and a memorable one to me which l can never forget. Your selfless character and sense of humour were things that I can never forget. You are the one who started teaching me neatness and how to do house chores when I was staying with you. I don’t know if I will ever forget those moments. I always smell your familiar scent. It makes me think of all of the times we’ve spent together. I know we didn’t always get enough time to talk at length due to our busy schedules. There are so many things I never got to say to you. I never imagined you’d ever be so far away. You were my brother, And I loved you like no other..In my heart you’ll always be; You’ll be my guide and help me see. I’ll never forget your soothing voice. I would have stop this death if I had powers, but now I have to let you rest, Without you my world’s full of sadness. I miss you with all of my heart. I wish we never had to part. I know you’re always by my side, I wanted to attend your funeral at USA to pay my lasr respect to you, but the date was pushed forward to discourage me from traveling. My beloved BROTHER, if this your death is from your MAKER then REST IN PEACE, but if it was caused by a human being, then do not go and sleep. Let that person also face the same fate. So now I guess this is my goodbye…REST IN PERFECT PEACE, MY BELOVED BROTHER. BROTHER KWASI FREMPONG DA YIE.

Posted by Isaac Kojo Forson on May 28, 2022

Bro.Kwesi today i still remember the last conversation that we had of you coming to Ghana and asking me to take care of Jojo my husband who is your brother,you always tell me how happy you of me been with your brother and it always put a smile 😃 on your face,today I also don't know how to express myself of your departure,.May you rest well in the blossom of the Lord.

Posted by Mrs.Jennifer Newton Forson on May 28, 2022

Uncle journey well to your maker.. I'm glad I got to see you uncle after so many years, thank you for showing us care in anyway you can. Missed all your messages and calls but I know you are happy wherever you are. Rest well uncle and remember we love you. Niece Effe!

Posted by Effe Anokye on May 28, 2022

Please accept my most heartfelt sympathy for your lost father.... My condolence 😞 to the family, may his soul rest in perfect peace till we meet again 🙏... May God see you all through and make things easy for you 🙏 ❤ ...

Posted by Georgina Payne on May 28, 2022

Death is a necessary evil and it will come when it will come.Daa,as I called my father in law was persona with heart if gold and compassion. He cared about everyone no matter the race,status and level. Daa,now that you are gone,who will call and check on your grandchildren. We still don't believe that ideath has laid its filthy hands on you. Our consolation is that you are going to your Maker who loves you most. Rest well and God be with you till we meet again. Dayie asewpa,dayie nyimpa, natie yie.

Posted by Obed Baffoe on May 28, 2022

Death is a necessary evil and it will come when it will come.Daa,as I called my father in law was persona with heart if gold and compassion. He cared about everyone no matter the race,status and level. Daa,now that you are gone,who will call and check on your grandchildren. We still don\'t believe that ideath has laid its filthy hands on you. Our consolation is that you are going to your Maker who loves you most. Rest well and God be with you till we meet again. Dayie asewpa,dayie nyimpa, natie yie.

Posted by Anonymous on May 28, 2022

Death is a necessary evil and it will come when it will come.Daa,as I called my father in law was persona with heart if gold and compassion. He cared about everyone no matter the race,status and level. Daa,now that you are gone,who will call and check on your grandchildren. We still don't believe that ideath has laid its filthy hands on you. Our consolation is that you are going to your Maker who loves you most. Rest well and God be with you till we meet again. Dayie asewpa,dayie nyimpa, natie yie.

Posted by Obed Baffoe on May 28, 2022

Alex was a brother and a friend to me. We talked everyday and was shocked to hear of his passing. I will miss our daily conversations. He was a good man and will forever be in our hearts. May God keep him in safe place may he rest in peace. Our sincere condolences to his family.

Posted by Kingsley Quansah on May 27, 2022

Uncle as I always call you, you were my father, adviser, and; my confidant. You've always encouraged me to be strong whenever am down. Missed all the good morning words of encouragement text, your phone calls. So sad to see you go without a goodbye. My heart is broken; will always and forever miss you. Rest Well my LEGEND, Till we meet again. Your niece Mabel

Posted by Adubea on May 27, 2022

Will miss you daddy, Rest well

Posted by Prince on May 27, 2022

Will miss you daddy, Rest well

Posted by Prince on May 27, 2022

Will miss you daddy, Rest well

Posted by Prince on May 27, 2022

Rest in HIS ARMS Alex. You will be missed on Sunday mornings on the bongos. Your smile was very pleasant and you were a very sharp dresser. Fly High my friend. You did what we all have to do!! GOD BLESS!!

Posted by Linda Anderson on May 26, 2022

R I P Alex 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

Posted by Greg Major on May 24, 2022

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