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March 15, 1954 ~ January 8, 2024 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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Amadu Siryon, 69, of Brockton, passed away on January 8, 2024. Born in Monrovia, Liberia, he was the son of the late Senesse Sarnor and Jartu Siryon. Amadu immigrated to Roxbury, MA in 1968 where he resided for many years before moving to Brockton, MA in 2015. He began his 21-year career with Walgreens in 1991, working in management at various locations until his retirement.
Known affectionately as “Du” “Mr. Du” and “Van Boston”, he cared deeply for others and was always available with a helping hand or a listening ear. Amadu cared for his family deeply and enjoyed hosting family gatherings and backyard BBQs in the summer months. He was a huge sports fan and supported all the Boston/New England teams. An avid music lover, Amadu loved traditional African movies and songs, reggae, and oldies, especially James Brown. He also liked keeping up with current affairs by watching the news.
Amadu was the beloved husband of Beatrice N. Chie-Siryon for 41 years; loving father of Alicia Siryon-Wells and her husband William of Brockton; Jermall McKoy-Siryon of Dorchester, Amadu Siryon Jr. of Brockton, George Talhouk and his wife Patsy of Georgia, and the late Amiina Siryon-Pfingstler; cherished grandfather of Jalynn and Jael, Shamia and Kymora, and Jasmine, Jordan, and Janee; brother of Mr. Varfee Siryon, Ms. Bandu Siryon, Ms. Daba Siryon, and Ms. Hawa Siryon all of New Jersey and Mr. Folley Saytumah Siryon, Sr., Mr. Mohammed Fekah Siryon, Mr. Sensee Giso Sarnor, Mr. Sensee Amadu Sarnor, Mrs. Jennet S. Holmes, Mrs. Musu S. Tarr, Mrs. Jenebah Fahnbulleh, Mrs. Tiangeh N. Pay, Mrs. Bendu Karmoh, Mrs. Musu S. Sorsor, and Ms. Hawa L. Curtis Sarnor, all of Liberia; and an uncle of many nieces and nephews.
All are welcome to visitation on Saturday, January 27th from 8:30-9:30 a.m., followed by a 9:30 a.m. homegoing service at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, 24 Pleasant St., Brockton, and burial at Melrose Cemetery, 88 N. Pearl St., Brockton. A repast will take place at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church following the burial service. Live streaming of Amadu's service will be available.