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Mokate Ashu Arrey I will always miss you July 12, 2012
 
Could someone ever be as humble as you were?
Could some light a candle for the unknown?
Could the noble visit the poor?
Could the high mingle with the low?
That could only be done by you.

I will always miss you
Lilian Nukuna-Fomunung Mrs July 5, 2012
 
When I heard the death of Auntie Theo, I was so shocked! Immediately my mind went back to her office in CUSS Yaounde in 1987. She had operated on my eye to remove a stye. In her  calm voice and skilled hands she made me feel so safe. One year later she would do them procedure again. Auntie, rest in peace. May God continue to guid, protect and comfort your family
Christmas Ebini Heartfelt Condolences July 3, 2012
 
I never got to know Prof very much but I read and heard much about her as one who takes interest
in great minds and people who dedicate their lives to make paths for others to walk. Also because in
somehow injected myself into a part of her famiily through marriage.

She will be greatly missed. I extend my heartfelt condolence to her family, students, fellow scholars and
friends. I know God Almighty will receive her soul and grant her eternal rest.

Christmas Ebini
Liz Agbor-Tabi Farewell Auntie Theo July 2, 2012
 
"Aunty Dr. McMoli"- thats what we always called you, right from when we were little, it was always a mouthful and of course "Auntie Theo"-  would've been easier but somehow that was the name that stuck in our little minds! As I write this, I am still in disbelief that you are gone. Sadly I didnt get to see you too much.  

Just a few weeks ago, was planning to pay you a visit to get your insight on ophthalmology training in Cameroon and a strategy that was being developed. I figured you would be the best and most knowlegeable person to speak with and I was eager to get your take on a few things. I eagerly awaited the opportunity to see you not just in the capacity of a "big auntie" but also on a professional level- I knew you would have so much knowledge to impart and I was eager to absorb. Then, on that morning Fai told me...

Your absence has left a void that will never be filled. I realized the magnitude not just within our family but also in the academic and professional societies that you impacted. Last week I visited the faculty at CHU, and at Hopital Central,  and all your students, trainees, colleagues, fellows spoke so highly of you. It was most palpable that you will be sorely missed by them as well as us.  I pray  that you find eternal peace and rest in the bossom of our heavenly father. Till we meet again.

Hugs,
Liz
Marie McMoli By Dr. Jerry Komia Domatob June 21, 2012
 
 
Dr. McMoli: Professor, Pioneer  & Path “Paver”
Distinguished  Dean, Founder & Trailblazer
By Dr. Jerry Komia Domatob
Post colonial Africa
Like most of the universe
Craved virtuous professionals
To chart paths as pioneers
 
Wrestling the colossal challenge
Like star winners
Dazzled professor McMoli
Who set fabulous records, in myriad arenas
 
God-fearing and reputed doctor
She bulldozed health mountains as a tractor
Seasoned and tested teacher
Dr. McMoli glittered as a researcher
 
Talented and renowned educator
She inspired as a facilitator
Respected and admired academician
She tackled hurdles like a tactician
 
Marvelous achiever of fortitude
She outclassed with positive attitude
Dr. McMoli served  as a top-notch ophthalmologist
Who outpaced like a strategist
 
Beloved mother, sister, wife and friend
She sheltered loved ones from the fiend
Generous, giving and caring
Like philanthropists, who cherish sharing
 
Yes, shock and consternation
Overwhelm with frustration
Over Dr. McMoli’s demonic assassination
As folks deplore, her wicked elimination
 
Despite and in spite badness
Stinking with killer’s nastiness
Professor McMoli perpetually inspires, as a mentor
Counselor,  guardian, founder, elder and leader
 
Goodbye Dr. Prof. McMoli
 
Special condolence to all  McMolis, the Ojongtambias, Yembes, Zumafors, Dr. Joyce Ashutangtang, all friends, families and relatives.
Samira Edi If Tears Could Build a Stairway June 20, 2012
 
If Tears Could Build a Stairway  
(For Your Mama/ Mother-In-Law & Aunt)

If tears could build a stairway
And memories were a lane
They'll would walk right up to heaven
And bring you right back again.

Their hearts still ache in sadness
And secret tears still flow
What it mean to lose you
No one can ever know

They think of you in silence
They often speak your name
Your memory is their keepsake
With which they'll never part

You'll never be forgotten
They'll pledge to you today
A hallowed place within their hearts
Is where you'll always stay

Your God has you in his keeping
They have you in their hearts
                   ∞







shirley Nzo-Nguty "a bear hug for aunty Theo" June 18, 2012
 
Hello aunty,

I will not talk about your numerous academic accolades because the entire world must have read about them by now. I would like to just remember the good times we spent with you.To us , you were aunty Theo. You still called us by little pet names like "shey shey " for me and " my mommy" for Gwen. I was  happy we got a chance to stay with you in Mesa upon our arrival from the states in 1988. you were always happy despite the fact that grand aunty Ebai Nsoh was old and sometimes hard to manage. your voice was always filled with love and affection, never harsh, never loud or irritated.  The world didnot also know  you had a" wicked" sense of humour. I remember one funny episode when grand aunty decided to start doing house cleaning at 4am each day. Your response: she was to clean if she so desires, as long as she didnot touch your bedroom door!
Well aunty, It was nearly a year ago that we saw each other at Regina's house in Frederick, Maryland. You did what you always did best, which is to encourage and inspire us with your kind and gentle words. I wish I knew that would be our last physical encounter, I would have given you the biggest bear hug  ever. Well, rest in peace and we will see you someday in Heaven.
love always,
your neice,
shirley Nzo-Nguty.
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