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Albert Asamau N’Tangri of Manchester, NH

1993 - 2020

Visitation

June 12, 2020
3pm - 7pm
Dolan Funeral Home, 106 Middlesex St. Chelmsford, MA 01863

Funeral

June 13, 2020
9AM
St. John the Evangelist Church, 115 Middlesex St. N. Chelmsford, MA

pic 1 203x300 live streaming picture 300x300Albert N’Tangri, 27, of Manchester NH, and formerly of Lowell, MA, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, May 30, 2020

Born in Kumbo, Cameroon, the son of Rolly N’Tangri and Martha Kinyuy both of Cameroon. He was educated in Cameroon prior to coming to the United States.

Albert received his bachelor’s degree in Nursing and was currently working at New Hampshire Hospital in Concord.

He was a member of the Bongkisheri Family Union-New England (BFU-NE).

Mr. N’Tangri was predeceased by a brother Boris N’Tangri

Albert is survived by his parents Rolly N’Tangri, Martha Kinyuy, and sister Maria-Salome Berinyuy N’Tangri and many aunts and uncles all of which are in Cameroon.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend his visitation on Friday, June 12, 2020 from 3-7pm at the Dolan Funeral Home, 106 Middlesex Street, N. Chelmsford, MA. 01863. His Funeral will be Saturday at at 8am at the funeral home followed by a Funeral Mass 9am at St. John the Evangelist Church, 115 Middlesex street, N.Chelmsford. The Mass will be live streamed from chelmsfordcatholic.org; whereas only 40 family members are allowed into church due to Covid-19 restrictions.  Graveside service will be livestreamed and will follow in Lowell Cemetery.

31 Condolences for Albert Asamau N’Tangri of Manchester, NH

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    Patsy

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    Sorry for such a loss! Prayers and sympathy from one you don’t know but a fellow nurse,
    Patsy

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      Moki jeanneth.

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      Thanks for your prayers and support.
      Albert’s aunt

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    Alyshia Guertinaguirre

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    Albert,
    You have been an amazing soul to entire my life during a tough time. You have taught me patience and kindness. You loved my two daughters like they were your family. A couple weeks ago you told me how much you loved and missed us. We stayed up late and talked and joked about our families and humanity in itself! We loved when each other succeeded. I will cherish every moment we have shared. I wish we took more pictures my friend. Until we meet again. Let the lord take you. Love Aly, Bella & Nylah

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    Michele

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    I wish I wasn’t writing this as your no longer here. But you were a hero in everyone’s eyes. Though I didn’t know you that well, I knew you good enough to know you were such a good person. Made a impact on a lot of people’s lives. May your good soul Rest In Peace until we meet again. We love you Albert. With love Michele Santiago

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    Oluseun

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    I still can’t believe you are gone Albert. I remember our time at SJSON. This world loss a wonder soul. You were kind, smart, intelligent, confident, ambitious.. the sky was not even the limit for you. I will greatly miss you and funny videos you send to make me laugh. I sympathize with you Albert’s family. This is a great lost. I pray the great Comforter comfort you.

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      Moki jeanneth.

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      Thanks for your prayers and support.
      Albert’s aunt

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    Christopher Van de Meulebroecke

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    Albert, you were one of the very best people I knew; funny, charming, and a stellar nurse. Confidence in you and your abilities came easy and the world is a little less bright without you in it. My sympathies to your family, your friends, and your co-workers. You are missed.

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      Lisa Ballam

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      So very true. His loss hit us all so hard! A true friend to all,extraordinary in every aspect. We were blessed to know such a kind soul.

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    Amanda Perez

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    My dear Brother Albert. We are speechless. Only God knows why he called you home. Rest peacefully lil Bro.

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    Nancy

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    Albert was a great leader he achieved so much in this world in a very small amount of years …. he was a wonderful son, brother, friend, collègue, and business partner, always ready to serve others ….. and again even at the term of his life he pulled out the last string of humanity , love , and put his life on the line to save someone else’s…. we all pray that God remembers that great action that led you to him And your soul peace and happiness , we all miss you Albert Ntangri….and you will be remembered as an hero ….we love u and u will forever be in our hearts ?……

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    Yuven Lawrence

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    Words can say a little. I know you look at us from heaven and shake your head. Also get the quiet voice from you saying “its okay”. This was very unexpected for us but we know you are resting in the lord.Adieu perika

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    Serge TAHMO

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    Albert !
    Thank you for letting us know how empty this world is…….. All vanity. Keep rising Bruh!!!
    Adieu#Bro#Shalom#RIP#Love u#IamAlBert#

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    Karelle Sylla

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    Albert,

    You have been an amazing, Brother, and a good friend. I remember you coming every time to me to show me your successes. And I cannot stop thinking of how happy and proud I was for you. I’m sad to know that you are no longer here to help me find that house that I want to purchase. I know for sure I can always put in use those advices that you left me, but what about you? Albert? People like you are very rare on this earth, and I have come to realize and accept that good people don’t last long in this world. God send them on a specific mission to impact each other positively and they disappear. You are one of those.
    REST IN PEACE DEAR

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      Lisa Ballam

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      So very true. His loss hit us all so hard! A true friend to all,extraordinary in every aspect. We were blessed to know such a kind soul.

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    JUDITH KIBUH

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    May the Lord take your soul into His heavenly realms. May your soul and the souls of the faithful departed RIP. You have completed your mission on earth.
    Rest well my friend.

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    Rashidah Namutebi

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    Albert! Wonderful soul both in and out. You managed to make a difference in everyone’s life you came along. You shall be missed. May Allah grant you mercy and forgiveness until we meet again ??????

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    Barbara

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    Go well Albert..the laughter,the illumination you bring whenever you’re around, kind-heartedness
    May heaven’s door fling open to you
    G’han kijung

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    Michael Kwashie

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    RIP my bro. Sosa’s to see you go this way.
    May the lord keep you in his arms till we meet again. Bye.

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    Hermann

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    A great friend and a true Brother!! We all will certainly miss you. Rest in Peace Bro!! Till we meet again????☮️

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    Eucharia Fusung

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    Oh death, oh die!!!, Ablert!, I didn’t know you much but met you this time last year at my friend’s wedding in ATL. I believe so many people noticed your arrival at the wedding or at least your stay in GA. I don’t normally notice people at the first glance but your case was different due to all those beautiful REGALIAS you had on . I was quietly admiring you at a distance.(secret admirer lol)Then on sunday when I and my husband spoke/discussed with you at length, I could tell what kind of gentle young man you are. Then I said to myself, ” now I understand why he dresses that way”. You left, never came back but each time your cousin my friend posted pictures of you on fb, it always brings me back memories of that day.
    When my friend Gladys send me a picture of you asking if I remember you, I told her yes, how can I not remember this boy? “What happened”? She said he drowned in a river. I could not believe it.
    Reading tributes from the people who knew you also told me that my judgment about you was so right. Your departure from this physical realm is painful and a big loss to the people who knew you and especially to your family. May God continue to comfort your family. I feel the pain though met you just once. you were loved but God our creator loves you the most. Go, go ye to the lord and rest.
    Rest well.??

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    Adriana Dratner

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    Albert, hun I think about you all the time. I understood many of your struggles. Although I wasn’t an immigrant here I am first generation. So I felt like I knew how you felt about the culture here in the states and understood many of your struggles. I remember your laugh and how you always remained positive and calm in the worst of times. You were like me where we didn’t stress the smalls and saw the bigger picture. I admired your knowledge and drive. I have learned a lot from you. I am a superstar at APA citing because of you! I will miss the funny African ape videos you sent! I will always cherish the times we had together. My first thought when I heard was how your parents must feel. I know you tried going back home many times but were unable. My thoughts and condolences goes out to your family. God had different plans for you. I wish his plans were not these, because I could see all the good you could have done for many people and that’s what god embraces.

    “When you go through deep waters, I will be with you.”~ Isaiah 43:2.

    Through the hard times you were there to uplift everyone and show them the brightness that life has to bring.

    Even my friends who met you one time even many years ago said you were a stealer person. I think you just left that impact on people, and for this I am deeply hurt that you aren’t here. I hope you watch over me and continue to guide me in the right direction my dear ?

    Adriana

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    Aiden

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    I only had the pleasure of knowing Albert for the past nine months as a new nurse on the unit where he was adored by all, but I have nothing but fond memories of him from that brief amount of time. He was such a joy to be around and I was always struck by how he carried himself with such warmth and confidence, two qualities that were very much contagious among those he worked with, staff and patients alike. Even though much of our interactions were in passing between change of shifts, I was fortunate to spend more time with him in the past coupe months, relieving him from his overnight shift at three in morning and hurrying him out the door so he could get home to sleep. It made my morning to walk onto the unit and see Albert there waiting for me, politely and endearingly giving me shit on those rare occasions I would come in late from oversleeping. Even at those godawful hours in the middle of the night, he was so much fun and continues to be so missed by many. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends, know that he is remembered and thought of often with laughs and smiles among his many admirers here in New Hampshire.

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    Yannick

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    May his soul rest in perfect peace.

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    Ngwe

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    it’s not an easy one to accept Albert. But all I know you are resting with the Lord. Go well my dear.

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    Bame yvette

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    Is still like a dream so you are gone for real Albert. What can I say but to accept our creators decision. You have always been a calm young man and above all very intelligent. We will obviously miss you Albert.

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    N. Meekness

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    Every time I remember that Albert is no more a piece of my heart breaks….my prayers go to his family as they go through this period. ….Albert was quirky,funny,and serious…he had a lot to offer
    You’ll be missed Albert

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    Charity Githaka

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    Albert you were so kind and ambitious. You taught me that no star is too far for us. You brought a smile to everyone you came across. I count myself lucky to have known you. RIP my friend may God grant us peace those who are left behind and especially your family.

    Charity Githaka

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    Queen-violet

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    FLY HIGH MY SWEET ASAMA??TILL WE MEET AGAIN?

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    Stacy Sorrell

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    In a dark and turbulent world, Albert was a beacon of light. He was brilliant, responsible and had a natural ability to cultivate hope. He cherished his family, his friends, and his culture. We were blessed to have him join our team at New Hampshire Hospital and watch him flourish in a nursing career cut far too short. He was a dedicated provider of compassionate care. He was motivated to achieve, not just with academic success, but to use his knowledge and energy to care for others and help make our world a better place. His team members and friends were so proud of his accomplishments and encouraging as he spoke of his plans to enter grad school, embarking on his next path, advanced practice. He brought energy, joy and laughter through talk of his interests, and through his actions. I, like so many others, am saddened by the loss of his physical presence on our unit and in our world. I hope for strength for those grieving in a darkened place. The world is calling for fond memories to brighten the days ahead, and I am certain everyone who knew Albert has memories of him that shine and can bring a smile. It is my hope that Albert’s family and dearest friends find moments of peace and comfort, knowing he was truly treasured and respected by those he impacted across the entire globe. Peace to all.

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    Abeng Bertin

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    Is it ok to say God is good all the time ?
    This is a fundamental question, whose answers – YES or NO – are all right to me. ‘Yes’ would be the spontaneous response of a believer ; one who has put all their faith in God and who trusts in Him fully, and thus one who is totally convinced in all that they believe, seeing God’s hand in everything that happens to and/or around them. Far from religious fanatism, it is a blind faith. But sometimes, ‘Yes’ as an answer to this question could also be the blatant expression of a naïve faith that has never been tested, faith that has never known trial, faith that has only been communicated in its rudiments over the years and has been intellectually understood without necessarily being internally – and of course emotionally – lived.
    Conversely, ‘No’ would first appear to be an expression of doubt, of unbelief or of disbelief. And ‘No’ from a believer (or from a Christian), is what makes it all the more curious. One would easily see in it a sort of resignation, a certain fatality that even religious inclinations can neither explain nor remedy, a renunciation of one’s faith. But I find it an answer to consider because in times of grief, such as this, far from being an apostasy, ‘No’ to this question is an expression of the humanity in me seeking the light, begging for answers, languishing for divine assistance and crying out to the One in whom I have put my trust. It is therefore not a definitive response, but rather a transitory state of mind that must push me from denial of my sufferings to recognition and acceptance of God’s will.
    It becomes clear that if Yes translates a blind faith which itself is laudable, No is a good starting point for the journey to maturity in the same faith. But how then do we practically reconcile the YES and the NO in the overpowering confusion of bereavement ? Why do I have to miss you this much?
    These, and many others are unanswered questions around your passing. I wish you were hear for the debate that would hold! But we can’t argue anymore, so just rest on till we meet again.

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    Nsang Chelsea

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    We stand motionless, consumed in grief,
    Sorrow has arrived, with smile’s thief.
    We’re gathered here, to mourn and cry,
    Our questions pointing at the clear blue sky.
    Why did you go ? Why did you leave ?
    Life without you is hard to conceive !
    Our hearts are damaged and scarred severly.
    We shall miss you, way more than dearly.
    For having you in our lives, we’ve all been blessed.
    But now is the time for you to rest.
    We promise to cherish our memories of you.
    You shall live in our minds and all that we do.

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