Adams announces the passing of Ms. Diana Narh Martey, 45 who transitioned on Tuesday, October 18, 2022 at Memorial Health University Medical Center.
Adams announces the Celebration of Life for Ms. Diana Narh-Martey which will be held 9:30 AM, Saturday, November 12, 2022 in The Adams Chapel. This service will be live-streamed on our YouTube page starting at 9:20 AM. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClQ6Qjr6Gw2LgmWHnmq4T6w
A wake service will be held from 6PM -8PM, Friday, November 11, 2022 in The Adams Chapel.
Interment: Greenwich Cemetery.
Diana "Maame Ana" Mamle Narh-Martey was born in Accra Ghana to the late Danial Narh Martey and Bernice Adjeley Lomo on February 9th 1977.
She was raised in La and Dodowa (Ghana, West Africa) where she was baptized at Dodowa Methodist Church. "Maame Ana" Mamle later attended Little Bryant Baptist Church in Savannah Georgia where her late father was a Deacon. She started her elementary school education at D.C. Primary School in Dodowa Ghana. She later migrated to the United States and continued her education at Eli Whitney Elementary School, DeRenne Middle School, Savannah High School, and later Statesboro High School.
She had passion for fashion, shopping, and cosmetology. Most people will agree that Diana believed in keeping up with her hair styling and with mastery of intricate hair designing.
Diana "Maame Ana" Mamle Narh-Martey was blessed with a large extended family. She is the 4th born child of her 9 siblings.
She is survived by her mother Bernice Adjeley Lomo, her son Nicholas Kodjo Robinson, many Aunties and Uncles, her 8 siblings, Dennis, Naomi, Esther, Patrick, Eugene, Ebenezer, Jordan, and Paul; 14 nieces and Nephews, 3 grand nieces and nephews, many cousins, in-laws, and friends. She was preceded in death by her father Daniel Narh Martey.
Diana "Maame Ana" Mamle Narh-Martey transitioned to be with the Lord on October 18th 2022 at the Memorial University Hospital in Savannah Georgia.
On behalf of the Dahama Clan of New Ningo, Ghana; the Narh-Martey, the Narh, and the Lomo family, we bid you farewell. We miss you. Rest in Perfect Peace our beloved sister, daughter, and mother of Nicholas Kodjo Robinson. Yaawo Dinn, Yaawo Ojobjann, Yaawo Saminya! Oke Yesu a ya Shia ledzi ohe bulo!!
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