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Charles Ayuk
Born in Cameroon
52 years
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1962


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       Charles Nso Ayuk was born on March 15th 1962 in Mamfe Cameroon. He was the third child of Mr. John Tambe Ayuk and Emilia Oben Ayuk, both of blessed memory. He attended Government Primary School Mamfe, from 1968-1975. He proceeded to St. Joseph’s College Sasse and graduated in 1980 with the GCE Ordinary Levels Certificate. From 1980-1983, he attended Cameroon Protestant College (CPC) Bali, where he obtained the GCE A levels Certificate. He spent a year at the University of Yaoundé (ngoe ekele, as was called back in the days), in the Faculty of Sciences.

    
      He left Cameron for the United States back in 1985. He attended and graduated from the University of Georgia, in Athens with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Sciences and Agriculture.

     
      After graduation, Charles moved to Marietta George, which became his home away from home for more than 25 yrs. He was a very active member in the MANYU and SOBAN communities. Charles was the Vice President of MECA (Manyu Elements Cultural and Development Association) USA, from 2003-2005, and one of the founding members of MECA Georgia. In 1995, he served as the first president of the Sasse class of 1975 in the US.

   
     Abo (as he was known by his siblings and family friends), was a God fearing individual. He was a dedicated Christian, and was involved in many religious teachings, always giving advices to all who came closer to him. Often times he will even go out of his way to satisfy others.

   
     Charles is preceded in death by his both parents as mentioned earlier, brother; Andrew Ayuk, sisters; Evelyn and Constance Ayuk. He is survived by his siblings; Mrs. Dorothy Ayuk Mbanda, Mr. Walters Ayuk, Mr. Otang Ayuk, Mrs. Patience Ayuk Mbongwo, and Mrs.Assumpta Ayuk Nguepsie. He lives behind five nieces and nine nephews, one grandniece and a grandnephew, in-laws and cousins to mourn him.

  
     All the wonderful friends living in Cameroon, and in other parts of the world, USA and Atlanta, Georgia in particular would greatly miss him. Rest in peace my loving brother-Abo, till we meet to part no more. Adieus brother!

                                                           
                                                Patience Ayuk Mbongwo
                                                      (for the family)

 

                   

1962
February 6, 2015
 
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