With profound sadness, we the officers and members of GDA  wish to extend our heartfelt  condolences to our  dynamic Senior Policy Advisor, Mr. Anthony Poden and family, for the death  of their  beloved mother Victoria Dahn Poden, who passed away on June 9, 2018. She was laid to rest in Karnplay, Nimba County,  on June 30, 2018. May her soul rest in peace with the Lord.

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Isaac T. Dahn

We, the officers and members of Gbehlay Development Association (GDA) wish to extend our deepest condolences to the Sandi's family for the loss of Mrs. Mawah Sandi who passed away on Wednesday, March 31, 2017 in Liberia.  Mawah was a member of GDA and served as an advisor. She will be truly missed.  May her soul rest in perpetual peace with the Lord.

In Memory of  Victoria Dahn Poden

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Honorable Isaac T. Dahn's family
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With profound sadness and heavy hearts, The Dahn family announces the home going of Hon. Isaac T. Dahn Sr.
This sad event occurred on  April 12th 2013 in Accra, Ghana after a protracted period of illness.He is survived by his wife Maima Massaley-Dahn.

Fifteen children: 
Isaac Jr. (Phyllis)
Michael (Malynda)
Prince (Victoria)
Albert (Jewel)
Melvin (Winsoe)
Teri (Sylvester)
26 grand children, and 2 great grand children.

He is also survived by a host of other relatives including several brothers, sisters, nieces,nephews, cousins, and friends.Hon. Isaac T. Dahn Sr  was a dedicated public servant.He humbly served the Government of Liberia and People of Nimba County as Police Officer, Paramount Chief, County Commissioner, and Member of the house of Representatives

He will be greatly missed!

In Loving Memory of Mr. Isaac T. Dahn

Honorable Isaac T. Dahn, Sr.

I regret to announce to the Nimba and Liberian communities
the death of my uncle, the late Isaac T. Dahn.
The sad event took place a few hours ago in Accra, Ghana after

a protracted illness.  We will keep you informed as details become
available. The late Hon Dahn served the Liberian people in various capacities:  

The Liberian National  Police,

Paramount Chief of Gbehlay Chiefdom,
Commissioner of Gbehlayb County District,

and the House of Reprensentatives, among others. 

For now, you may call the following persons: 

Family Members to be contacted in the USA
Maima M. Dahn  317-603-2280   317-523-6584       317-201-2462
Michael Dahn, 301-518-5412
Larmah Quiwonkpa-Massaquoi, 651-231-0198
Melvin G. Dahn, 781-364-0985
Roseline Parwon, 615-506-2924
Isaac Dahn  Jr.,  224-260-1567
Getrude Dahn, 233-264-7882
Sunnay Dezon, 952-201-9769
Sam Wogbeh, 401-419-4851
Jacob Diama, 678-651-3701

Family Members to be contacted in Liberia
Prince Dahn, 0886-465757
Albert Dahn, 0886 524367
John Deah 0886-510912
Shirley Yeanay, 0886-536875
Emmanuel Dahn, 0886-465517 

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Mrs. Maima M. Dahn,

Wife of Isaac T. Dahn

by Samuel Wogbeh

Hon. Dahn was a friend, uncle, and father to me. He was humble and respectful to everyone who knew him. Indeed, he was a people’s person. Because of his exemplary leadership attributes demonstrated when he was in the Liberian National Police    Force, the people of Gbehlay County District asked him to run to be their Paramount Chief. He ran and was popularly elected. Hon.Dahn had some development goals in mind. As a Paramount Chief, he immediatelyembarked on what was called “Feeder Road Project”otherwise known as a farm-to-market road. The project was a total success, making Gbehlay County District  highly improved in development in Nimba County then it was before he took office.      

Due to honorable Dahn’s exceptional progressive records as Paramount Chief, he was appointed by the President of Liberia,    William R. Tolbert, as aDistrict Commissioner of Gbehlay County District. As a District Commissioner, he worked relentlessly in    transforming the outlook of the District Commissioner’s compound, public and private school buildings and clinicsn within the district. Because of his hard work to uplift thedistrict, he was elected to the House of Representatives.Again, Honorable Dahn did an excellent job representing his people. He was an inspirational leader whose examples are worth emulating.

For example, he was a leader who believed in working with others in fostering development objectives despite their political differences. This is the lesson he taught his children and others who knew  him. Upon retiring from public service, Honorable Dahn, was employed by Ital Timber company in Yekepa as personnel manager in 1984. He was also employed by Cocopa Rubber Plantation as Personnel Manager - Public Relations officer forseveral years.
May his soul rest in perfect peace with the Lord.

We have information that the body of Hon. Isaac T. Dahn has been flown from Ghana back to Liberia. Funeral arrangements are being made. You can look below for some detailed information about the Funeral arrangements thus far. Our deep condolence or sympathy goes to the wife, Miama Dahn, the children and to all members of the Dahn Family.  We share in your loss and grieve because it is our loss and grieve too. Our prayer is that God will give you the comfort, support and solace during these critical times of bereavement.  Honorable Isaac T. Dahn, we will miss you greatly.  We love you very much but God loves you most, that's why he has called you to be with Him in Heaven. God be with you until we

​meet again.

Gbehlay Development Association

In Loving Memory of Mawah Sandi