Dinah Kessewah Mortotsi  nee Kwako

March 7, 1960 - November 20, 2021
January 5, 2022 2 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

It is with deep sorrow that the family of Dinah Kessewah Mortotsi  nee Kwako, affectionately known as Mama Kess, announce her unexpected passing away on November 20, 2021, at the age of 61 years.

Mama Kess will be sadly missed by her husband Reuben Kwasi Mortotsi and her children Delalie Aku Mortotsi, Edem Kwasivi Mortotsi, Elikem Ama Mortotsi and Sena Kofi Mortotsi; her step-children Brian Mawuli Mortotsi and Akpene Brenda Mortotsi; her siblings:  Helena Agnes Oduraa, Grace Esther Ntiamoah, Selina Victoria Mansa Dwaa, Christian Emmanuel Kwabena Twum-Ampofo, Christiana Jemima Nuako Okraku, Theophilus Robert (Jones) Tabi, Elizabeth Regina Boafoa Kwako, Andrew Philip Baah Kwako, Vida Kazier Afumwaa Kwako, Eva Florence Bosompemaa Kwako; her in-laws Paul Lawoe Amegashie. Bernice Amegashie, Andrews Kwasi Mortotsi, Grace Atsufi Mortotsi, Nita Mortotsi, and Yao Mortotsi; as well as her numerous extended families, close friends and her Grey Nuns Community Hospital work family on Unit 43.

A private Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, January 19, 2022.

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The entire family of Dinah Mortotsi wishes to express their profound gratitude to all the very kind people who have so far supported us during our time of grief by personal visits, prayers, gifts in kind and cash and other services.

  1. My utmost condolence goes to Reuben, Delalie, Edem, Elikem and Sena. May the grace of God console you, comfort and uphold you, and abide with you, especially during this difficult time.
    Dinah was a lovely, loving, fun, and generous soul. I will miss her. I am still shocked because I spent time laughing with her less than 36hrs before her untimely passing. It still feels as if it is a nightmare that I will wake up from and say thank God it was not real. Unfortunately, it is real and painful.
    There is no promise of today, talkless of tomorrow. God knows best, and all glory be to God. May God grant her soul peace and eternal rest.

  2. I just read this sad news after an email from the Ghana association President. My sincere condolence to you all, especially Reuben and your children

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