ASARE

Edith Asare

March 18, 1968 - July 11, 2021

And our Jesus Christ Himself stated: I am the Resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me though he may die, Yet shall live -  John 11: 25

Today we mourn the sudden loss of our beloved daughter, mother, sister, auntie, wife, niece, cousin, friend, and colleague which occurred on Sunday, July 11th, 2021.

Edith Quist Asare affectionately called Ara Eddie by close families and friends.  She was born in Accra - Ghana on March 18, 1968 to Peter Carl Quist and Josephine Annang Quist of Osu. She was fourth among five siblings.

Edith had her baptism and confirmation at the Ebenezer Presbytarian Church of Ghana, Osu in 1976.

Edith started her early education at the Association International, Airport.  She continued her secondary education at the Accra Girls Secondary School and obtained her O'level/A'level in 1987.

In 1992, Edith relocated to the United State and furthered her education in Nursing at TC Williams Nursing School in Alexandria, Virginia and completed in 2000.  She worked at INOVA Fairfax Hospital, Burke Healthcare Center, Manassas Nursing home VA, Heritage Manor and Village of Lake Highlands (Texas) for 23 years.  Her Honesty, diligence and dedication to duty was exceptional and won the admiration of her superiors, subordinates and patients.

Edith was a devoted Christian who became a member of the Faith And Victory Chapel in Virginia. Her love for God and passion for soul winning turned this small community church into a mega church full of her loved ones.

She got married to Fredrick Asare in 2001 and relocated to Dallas Texas.  They were blessed with two children, Emmanuel and Elianna and also raised Andrew and Candice.  In 2006, Edith became a co-minister with the husband at the Springs Of Joy Ministry in Dallas Texas, a Ministry they founded together.

The demise of our beloved Sister Edith has created a big vacuum in the family but we take solace in the word of God in Revelation 14:13.  “And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them” (KJV)

Edith, May your soul rest in perfect peace

Eddie bibio, yaawo jogbaan

A funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, August 14, 2021 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013.  The service will also live streamed at TJMfuneral.com on Edith’s obituary page by clicking on the following link:  https://celebrationoflife.tv/blog/edith-asare.  After the service, the recorded live stream will be available for viewing at the same link location.  Following the service, a procession will make its way to Ridgeview Memorial Park for a committal service.

The family received friends during a visitation on Friday evening from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

 

 

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Our beloved sister. You are dearly loved now rest in the arms of your Saviour. Dodzie , August 14, 2021 Unbelievable that I’m logging in to watch the funeral of someone who was so full of life; someone so special; someone with such clean heart. To have known a person who spent most of her time smiling and looking out for others is a blessing in itself. We wish you farewell, Edith, and may the Good Lord who understand all things keep you by His side where you belong. George Baffoe-Bonnie, August 14, 2021 My heart is very heavy as a mother thinking of you Edith today during this memorial and burial August 14th 2021. You made my friend and brother, Apostle Fred Asare the happiest man on earth when you came into his life. Your sudden death has shaken the world and it breaks my heart to know that all the future accomplishments of your children and family will be celebrated without you. I take comfort in knowing that you fought a good fight and impacted so many lives and your hard work will never be in vain. Your family and friends will hold on to all the good things you taught them in your life here on earth and we hope to see you again some day. Thank you for being an amazing mother, friend, sister, cousin, and wife . Your death has taught many of us to hold our loved ones a little tighter, touch all the lives we can every opportunity we get and to simply love God and love people. To Apostle Fred, Andrew, Candace and Eliana may the Lord comfort and strengthen you always . Know that Nana and l are a phone call away always. May your soul Rest In Peace Edith. You did your best but God knows best. Elsie Holdbrook, August 14, 2021 My condolences to the entire Asare and Quist family. May Mrs. Edith Quist Asare soul rest in perfect peace.
Janet Hawk, August 14, 2021 Edie may your soul rest in the bosom of our father almighty.
George Nartey, August 14, 2021 Edith was a very good friend of mine. She was very kind and helpful and would go out of her way to do stuff for anybody. She will never be forgotten, I miss her dearly. Ossah Kraku, August 14, 2021 Rest In Peace my sister and fly on the wings of the Almighty. Desmond Hammond, August 14, 2021 Our deepest condolences to the family. Will miss seeing Edith at the girls volleyball games and our conversations. May she rest in peace.
Nicole Farah, August 13, 2021 My heartfelt condolences to you and your children. I pray the Lord will strengthen you in this time of mourning know that the Holy Spirit is there to comfort you. Stay strong pastor Asare Family.
edith boakye, August 13, 2021 Sister Edith, your spirit shined so bright while amongst. Your faith so strong and your life was about doing things in order. You made an impact in my life. You will truly be missed, but never forgotten. Angela Amadi , August 5, 2021 Accept our deepest condolences. May the gentle soul of Edith Rest In Peace! James Asare, August 3, 2021 Sending prayers and love to Apostle Asare, all the children, family and friends. Meetings will not be the same from the way she came in and immediately ushered us into the presence of the Lord. I had the chance of seeing her dance and told she was the greatest I’d ever seen which she responded with humility. Love to Breath of God ministries which she supported greatly. Eileen Underwood , August 3, 2021