Today, I pay tribute to my junior Brother an extraordinary individual, Isaac Bartu Ponnie, whose untimely passing has left us with a profound sense of loss and sadness. Isaac’s life was tragically cut short after he succumbed to a stroke at the ELWA Hospital, but his memory and the impact he made during his time with us will forever remain in our hearts.
He was a dedicated and passionate middle-level officer at the Drug Enforcement Agency of Liberia, and his commitment to his duty was evident in every aspect of his work. With his youthful energy and unwavering enthusiasm, he approached his responsibilities with an unwavering sense of purpose and dedication. Isaac’s positive attitude and willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty were truly remarkable, making him a shining example to his colleagues and an invaluable asset to the agency.
Isaac’s presence was a source of inspiration to our family and those around him. His infectious enthusiasm and unwavering dedication created a ripple effect, uplifting the spirits of his fellow officers and instilling a sense of pride in their work. He was always ready to lend a helping hand, offering support and guidance to his family and colleagues whenever they needed it. Isaac’s kindness and compassion extended beyond his family and professional life, as he was known for his willingness to assist anyone in need, be it a friend, family member, or stranger.
His passing serves as a stark reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of cherishing each precious moment. While we mourn his loss, let us also celebrate the remarkable person Isaac was. His legacy lives on through the memories we shared with him—the laughter, the camaraderie, and the moments of triumph and adversity that forged bonds that will never be broken.
Hey small brother Zico, you made a significant impact during your short stay witth us on earth.
Isaac Bartu Ponnie, your vibrant spirit and dedication will forever be etched in our hearts. Thank you for the positive influence you had on our lives and the lasting impact you made on the family. May your soul find eternal rest, and may your legacy continue to inspire us all to strive for excellence and live with unwavering commitment to build a peaceful homeland.
Isaac, please tell our Papa-Jackson Chea Ponnie, who departed before you that we are here, bearing the torch. We are trying our best to make our country a better place. Tell him, it’s tough, but with God on our side, we are making it. Your memories live on brother. The struggle continue in Jesus’ name. It’s big brother Lyndon J. Ponnie.