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Mr. Tesfay G/S Negasi, born on August 25, 1935, in Keren, Eritrea, to his late parents Ato.Ghebresellasie Negasi and Weizero Kudesan Zerehariat, passed away after a long illness on November 12, 2013. Memorial Service details are as follows:Memorial Church Service
Saturday (November 23) 14:00 - 16:30
Evangelishe Reformierte Kirche Hamburg
20095 Hamburg Germany
27th November in Asmara, Eritrea
Brief Life Story
Mr. Tesfay G/S Negasi
Mr. Tesfay G/S Negasi was born on 25/08/1935, in Keren, Eritrea, to his late parents Ghebresellasie Negasi and Kudesan Zerehariat. After completing his elementary education in Keren, he was among the first batch of Eritrean students allowed to go beyond the 4th grade, which was the limit imposed by Italian Colonialism. He attended Biet-Gergish in Asmera and completed middle school there. He then completed high school in Asmara.
In May 1963, Mr. Tesfay G/S Negasi got married to his wonderful wife Weizero Ellen Tecle. After working for HighWay Road Transportation for several years as a server, in Addis-Ababa (Ethiopia) in various capacities, and as Head of Road & Transportation in Asmara and Assab.
In September 1976, Mr. Tesfay G/S Negasi moved to Germany with his family and worked for Niedersachsen Landes vermessung amt until his retirement in 1995. While working full time and supporting his family, Mr. Tesfay Negasi was an active and a leading member of EPLF Mass Organisation since 1975 and member of EHD Germany Board. In 1995 Mr.Tesfay G/S Negasi returned back to his country Eritrea.
After a long illness, Mr. Tesfay G/S passed away peacefully on November 12, 2013, surrounded by his family and friends. Mr. Tesfay G/S Negasi was a man with a giant heart who touched many lives. In his family and friends, he was known as a kind and loving person. His loss is deeply felt by his family, friends and the Eritrean community in general.
Mr. Tesfay Negasi is survived by his wife Weizero Ellen Tecle, his 4 children Yared, Frehiwet, Bisrat, Musit.
May the Lord our God Almighty accept him in heaven. Amen
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