Asobo, Mnafor

Mnafor K. Asobo

October 27, 1982 - December 8, 2019

Asobo, Mnafor Kammeyneu, known to all as Kiss, was born in Yaoundé, Cameroon on October 27, 1982 to Greg and Angela Asobo together with her identical twin sister, Asobo Nchang, that we called Honeychild but who passed away shortly after birth. With her sisters Valerie and Mambi and her brothers Beau and Lisbon, Kiss is part of the extended families of Asobo and Cheyip.

After completing nursery, primary, secondary and high school in Limbe, Maroua, Bamenda and Ashing-Kom respectively, she started university studies in Cameroon before proceeding to the DEVRY Institute of Technology in Denver, Colorado in 2002. She moved on from there and went to Collin Community College in Plano Texas. Thereafter she obtained her Licensed Vocational Nurse degree and worked for several companies.

An unassuming and modest person, her greatest achievements cannot be put on paper for they required neither certification nor endorsement, and seldom required recognition. She was a devout catholic Christian and was very actively involved in several volunteer, youth training, meditating, and prayer groups. She lived her life in constant dedication to others, and would be remembered as a devoted daughter, sister, aunt, a very caring mother to her twin sons Joseph-Kolbe and Jude-Vincent, and friend.

Her greatest wish was to be a humanitarian worker for the United Nations Organization and to own and run an orphanage. Unfortunately, that was not to be. She came and went like a shooting star, as she passed into glory in the loving presence of her family in the early hours December 8, 2019.

A funeral mass will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, January 11, 2020 at Mater Dei Catholic Church, 2030 East State Highway 356, Irving, Texas 75060.  Interment is to follow at Ridgeview Memorial Park, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013.  The family will receive friends during a memorial mass/visitation from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., Friday, January 10, 2019 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013.  A wake is to follow immediately after the visitation at Garland Convention & Reception Center (Hall A), 1906 East Miller Road, Garland, Texas 75041.

 

 

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"M" as we called her, was one of the kindest, sweetest and caring spirits I have ever known. I did not get the opportunity to know her for very long but in the short time that I did, we became very close. She is missed and always will be. May she be at peace in heaven.
Carmen Beals, January 17, 2020 M (as we called her at work) was one of the kindest people I have ever met. The world lost a very special person. She made a lasting impression on me, and I will never forget her sweet spirit and joyful smile. Jami Hardaway, December 27, 2019 Mnafor, M as we nicknamed her here at work, was the most caring and genuine person ever. She always had that beautiful smile on her face, no matter how bad she felt. Our hearts are broken over her passing but rejoicing in knowing she is in Heaven. We love you M! Claudia Huggins, December 27, 2019