USAfrica: Iberosi family in Atlanta mourns sudden death of one of 2-yr old twins Kamsi


Iberosi family in Atlanta mourns sudden death of one of 2-yr old twins Kamsi n



USAfrica: The sudden death of any child brings extraordinary anguish to the family and all persons of goodwill; moreso when it is a 2-year old. And, so it became for the young family of Simon


and Lilian Iberosi in the Atlanta area of Georgia, USA, on Sunday June 9, 2013. One of their twin girls, Roselyn Kamsiyochukwu (Kamsi) Iberosi, died during what USAfrica has been informed, was an aggressive intervention  to investigate an abnormal EKG  diagnosed at the hospital consequent to “a never -before-experienced palpitation of the heart” that the family was concerned  about during the preceding night.


On that fateful Sunday morning, she was taken to the Children’s Hospital of Atlanta.
Simon and Lilian recall Kamsi fondly “as a healthy sweet little girl that stole our hearts! It is indeed hard to comprehend the circumstances of her short life and contemplate life without her, but we put our trust and faith in God…. It has been a confusing and difficult time for us,  but by God’s grace we shall get through it.”

The funeral for the baby will hold at 3pm on Friday June 14, 2013 at the Crowell Brothers Funeral Home located at 5051 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Norcross, GA 30092 (Phones 770-448-5757 or 770-448-3072).
Simon Iberosi, a telecommunications engineer and contributing editor of and CLASSmagazine, may be reached at 404-906-2960 and


Lilian and Simon have requested that we all “keep us in your thoughts and prayers.”

And, I believe we should pray, as our Lord Jesus Christ did say in the book of Matthew 5:4 “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted….“ By Chido Nwangwu, Founder & Publisher of USAfrica multimedia networks (Houston), and the first African-owned, U.S-based newspaper published on the internet


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  1. May God console and comfort you; Simon & Lilian and may the soul of Kamsiyochukwu and the souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace, Amen.

  2. May her sweet soul RIP!!!!! To d parents take heart and may God be ur Comfort thru this painful time.

  3. Sad!

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