One of the longest serving matrons of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS), Madam Esther Blaye-Doe of New Kru Town is dead.
Madam Doe, who was assigned at the D. Twe Memorial High School in the same area, died on Saturday following period of illness. She was married to the late Christopher Doe, who served the Liberia National Coast Guards for many years.
She leaves to mourn several children and relatives. The children include Alexander Doyen Doe, of the United Methodist Church; Tetee Jackson, a caterer; Christopher Doe, alias “Ayatolah,” a former basketball player; Florence Doe-Seton, wife of INQUIRER’s former News Editor, Jackson Seton, both of the United States;, Othello Nypane, alias “Bobber,” a former footballer and an employee of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN); Lydia Doe, Amos Doe, Elliott Doe, and Helena Doe.
Also, the deceased was the aunt of the Managing Editor of the INQUIRER newspaper, Atty Philip N. Wesseh. She was a member of the Guiding Star Temple in New Kru Town.
Meanwhile, her body has been deposited at the St. Moses Funeral Parlous in Gardnersville, awaiting funeral arrangements.