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BURIAL DONATIONS FOR LATE NORMAN HARRIS SUN

 

CAMPAIGN OVERVIEW

TRANSFER

You may donate directly to the main recipient by Sending Amount (No Fee Included) via wave.com to 

Account/Phone Number: +233244785236 Account Name: Isaac Adusei

Kindly download the Wave App via Google Play Store or Apple App Store and donate. It is that simple!

 

PURPOSE

Your donations will help to take care of the cost requirements for burial which include, mortuary fees, cost of autopsy in compliance with Ghanaian Law, burial permits, space for burial,  purchasing of casket, preparation of body for burial by funeral home, processing of death certificate, transportation,  documentation, labor and other miscellaneous expenditure. 

 

DONATION TARGET

Our overall target will be $ 5,000 -  $6,000 

 

 

TRIBUTE


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The Late Norman Sun Harris (1952–2018)

The Late Norman Harris Sun was a designer/builder, hydraulic engineer, and rose parade float builder and engineering legend. Born on 4th April, 1952, Norman as he is affectionately called took delight in design, architectural trouble shooting, building and construction. He is said to have designed and built iconic parade floats for the Tournament of Roses Parade from 1967 – 1989. Famous among his works was the Rose Parade float replica of the blockbuster movie King Kong Lives which is now archived by Getty Images as one of the best floats the Rose Parade has ever witnessed.  

  
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The only King Kong Lives Float in the Tournament of Roses Parades Built by the Late Norman

 

HIS MOVE TO AFRICA

He moved to Africa in 2003 to contribute his quota to the Africa rising narrative. There, he introduced the California Stucco Building technology which is in contemporary times, new to Africa. He assembled a number of apprentices who he trained in the craft of building stucco buildings. He proposed to establish a training school to train more apprentices to build cost efficient stucco buildings in Africa for livelihood empowerment in Africa and the creation of decent jobs. 

Notable among the construction projects he undertook in Africa was the engineering and building of this three story Lecture Hall Complex for Saviour Church Nursing and Midwifery Training College (SCNMTC) at Osiem, Ghana, West Africa.


 
 

A Stucco Lecture Hall Complex of Osiem, SCNMTC, Ghana Designed and Built By Late Norman

 

Norman however battled with prostate cancer. His prostate issues become severe so he had to be taken to the hospital. He was given medication upon assessment and asked to return for medical review. The Legend passed on subsequently on Thursday, May 31, 2018. 

 
BURIAL RIGHTS

In conjunction with his family of the 
Late Norman Harris Sun, his burial rights will be scheduled to take place in Ghana. Your support is needed to share this campaign to all friends of Norman who will like to offer their final respect and support for the Late Norman’s burial. Feel free to forward this link ( donations for burial link) to all friends of Norman. 


DONATE

This campaign has been created for friends, family and well-wishers to support the burial rites of the selfless hero, Late Norman Harris Sun. This has become necessary since his mortal remains will have to be finally laid to rest in Ghana, Africa where he had wished to be buried. Your Donations will be your last respect for the departed Legend who continues to live in our hearts! It’s our prayer that, till we meet again, his departed soul will finally finds rest in the bosom of our Creator!

God bless you! 


Campaign by IK Adusei, ABN Unite, Ghana. On behalf Friends/Family of the Late Norman Harris Sun

 

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