Condolences: DA Margaret

Condolences to Datuk Amar Leonard Linggi Jugah & Family

I am pretty much loss for words when people lost thier loved ones. The Dewan Undangan Negeri schedule was quite tight and the stress level was quite high. After getting a phone call at about lunch time in the afternoon regarding the loss of YB Alexander Linggi's mother, I took a deep breath and decided that I will let the pictures do the talking after this.

Relatives and friends met and we just nodded our head and shook hands. There was a silent understanding and most of the topics discussed were about life and also the late Datin's struggle with cancer.

11:45 pm Its as if the plane knew what it was carrying as it slowly glided down the runway and parked near the Hornbill Skyway hangar. Those who felt the loss cried freely as the plane came to a stop and the coffin carried into the van hearse. Graeme Brown, Datin Amar's son-in-law was among those who took out the coffin out the plane and John Barieng who accompanied it at the back of the van-hearse.

At Datuk Amar's Residence

Upon reaching Datuk Amar's residence, the group from Datin Amar's Church conducted the prayers and Rosary (Five Mysteries).

The prayers went on for the night as VVIPs, friends and relatives who gathered at the house also paid their last respect and farewell.

To the family members of Datuk Amar Leonard Linggi Jugah, I offer my condolences and my prayers for her.

May she rest in peace. Amen.


Chris Anakapai said…
I've had the experience of being directly involved with 'niang' DA Margaret. I was involved in the production of a documentary on the Pua Kumbu...Bisi ngagai menua Datin maya nya... Manah amat kami diintu maya nya.
Sinu ga ngenang... Tuhan kasih agi ke iya..