Sunrise: December 4, 1960-Sunset: January 31, 2021
“When peace like a river attendeth my way
When sorrows like sea billows roll
Whatever my lot, Thou hast taught me to say
It is well, it is well with my soul”
The Clarke and Junfijiah families announce with profound sorrow and saddened hearts the passing of Mr. Shadrick Clarke Junfijiah, Sr., their dearly beloved son, father, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, friend and associate. This sad event occurred on Sunday, January 31, 2021, in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, United States of America following a heart attack.
Shad, as he was affectionately known, leaves to mourn his children, Elfreda Burdy Smith, Shadrick Couch Junfijiah, jr., Abednego Junfijiah, Malcolm Shamar Junfijiah, Desiree B. Junfijiah and Augustine Junfijian (deceased) and five grandchildren; his siblings, Emmanuel S. Clarke, J. Frederick Clarke, Rosetta Clarke-Brooks, Dr. Candrick Clarke Dakashade, Ojuku Clarke, Martha Clarke-Forkpah, Phebe N. Clarke, Beatrice Clarke-Fayiah, Victor M. Clarke, Hawa Clarke, many brothers and sisters; as well as a host of uncles, aunties, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives in the United States, Liberia, and other parts of the world. Shad was predeceased by his father, Moses J. Clarke, Sr. his mother, Towon Bolwo-Clarke, and several siblings among others.
Shadrick Clarke Junfijiah, Sr. received his High School diploma from J.J. Ross High School in Monrovia, Liberia. He received several training certificates from Wackenhut Security, and the Special Security Service (now Executive Protection Services) of the Republic of Liberia.
Shadrick started his career at the Ministry of Education as a Cadet and Filing Clerk. After several years of work at the Ministry of Education, he joined the Wackenhut Security, a private security firm responsible for securing U.S. Government’s assets in Liberia. After cessation of hostilities during the Liberian civil war and the sitting of the interim government, Shad went on to join the Special Security Services, SSS, as an Executive Protection Officer until his departure to the United States.
SHAD will surely be missed – May His Soul Rest in Perfect Peace.
Saturday, February 27, 2021 @ 8:00 am
Victory Harvest Fellowship International
2534 North 22nd street
Mount Zion Cemetery
INFORMATION CONTACT PERSONS:
Emmanuel Clarke, 336-473-6370
Dr. Candrick Clarke Dakashade, 848-467-1409
J. Fredrick Clarke, 917-771-7141
Elfreda Burdy Junfijiah, 610-990-9190
Desiree B. Junfijiah 267-467-6171
Joel Jones – 267-734-4014