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Musa Dube

Musa Dube

July 17, 1951 – September 24, 2018

CELEBRATION OF MUSA’S LIFE: Saturday October 13, 2018, 10:00AM at Heafey-Hoffman-Dworak-Cutler, West Center Chapel, 7805 W. Center Rd.  INTERMENT: Zimbabwe.

 

 

 

 

5 Comments

  • April Anderson-Bell Posted September 30, 2018 5:11 pm

    Musa was such a wonderful person and I am so blessed to have known her for so many years. She was kind, friendly and always calm whenever I saw her or spoke to her over the phone. Praying for peace and comfort during this difficult time for the family.

  • vernon daniels Posted October 2, 2018 10:31 pm

    To the Family of Musa Dube~

    Today so many are hurting and wishing for one more day with Musa. She modeled graciousness, compassion and professionalism in very challenging situations. These skills allowed her to live peacefully with others.

    As a social worker, she was devoted to making life better for the most vulnerable in our community – our children and our seniors. Families were not just names on a file. They were real people trusting that she would do right by them and she did. .Each day she gave more than she received.

    As I struggle for words to ease your sorrow, I remember that Musa lived a life of service to others. As a result, many enjoy a life of dignity, safety and security. She cared and went the extra mile. Although one person, her good works touched many. I do hope that you will find some comfort in knowing that Musa made a difference to and for real people.

  • Toni Bonsera Posted October 3, 2018 11:06 am

    Musa was always very helpful to me when she worked on the Hotline and I was in Initial Assessment. Although I did not know her well, I felt her warmth and compassion during our interactions. Her loss is felt by all of us in the DHHS family. Peace and comfort to you at this difficult time.

  • Sarah DeLeon Posted October 6, 2018 4:01 pm

    I sat next to Musa at the hotline for many years and had known for many years before that through HHS. She was always quiet but was a great coworker and we had a lot of fun after our phone calls and I learned a lot of interesting things from her about her life. Her children fulfilled her life and she loved her grand-daughter and she always loved to show pictures of her and to share stories of how she was growing. It is hard to adjust not having her there and hear voice for many of us but being a believer of God I know Musa is in a better place and that she is home and with God and this gives me peace to know Musa had a fulfilled life and gave her life to helping children and working for APS and she touched all of our lives but will always be missed,

  • Patricia J Green Posted October 12, 2018 10:51 pm

    I worked with Musa for many years. She had a calmness and graciousness that I good sense just standing beside her. I was interested in her home in Africa and she patiently helped me pronounce Zimbabwe as it took me awhile to get it right. Though we were not close friends, I felt a closeness to her and always hoped leaving her country and coming to America afforded her a better life.
    Sincere condolences to her family,
    Patty Green

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