In Memory of Zaefa Mohamed
Arrived. February 14, 1928
Departed. December 9. 2022.
Wrapped lovingly in the arms of thine Angels.
Zaefa Mohamed (fondly known as sister, aunty sister, big mommy, Mrs. M) passed away peacefully, at her home, on Friday, December 9, 2022 at the golden age of 94 years.
Mom, our hearts were shattered into a million pieces when the Angels of Allah came and took you from us the gem of our lives.
Our loving, most golden hearted mother was one on a million. The mould was discarded after she was created. Exceptionally angelic. Everyone who knew our mother always commented “What a sweetheart you are”.
Mom was a woman of great faith, a true believer of her religion, always reciting her Quran. Giving paise and thanks to Allah. Hand in Hand with our wonderful father Imam Yusuf Mohamed they completed and lived their lives for the purpose of Allah. There isn’t one moment of our mother’s life that she didn’t recite her QURANIC readings.
She was the most loving, caring, nurturing mother to her seven children. She was a kindest mother-in-law, adoring Agee / grandma and great grandma; great sister, sister-in-law, aunt, cousin, niece and overall Human Being one has ever known.
Mom was so Blessed. You could hurt her this moment and the next she’ll tell you she loves you and Allah bless you.
She always advised to pray and forgive. She never showed a bad attitude to anyone.
Her two Angels Naila and Maleeka were very attentive. Always helping to feed her and Naila assisted with her care applying her Nursing Skills. No foot specialist did a better job than Naila. To the last Naila administered the most healthy pedicure anyone has ever done.
She was Gabriella’s only MAMMA!
Mom was very hardworking always burning the midnight oil to make sure we got what we wanted. She was the best Seamstress, made and decorated the best cakes ever. cake Baker and Cake decorator. Everyone loved her Black and Cherry cakes.
Born in Guyana, she served as executive member of the Ladies Organization at the Peter’s Hall Mosque. She migrated to Canada in 1982 and became involved with the Guyana Caribbean Muslim Association, Ottawa where she once again served on the Executive Board.
She was the daughter Hazra and Abdool Ganie and sister of Kayume, Enid and Fyuze (now all deceased)
She was the wife of the late Imaam Yusuf Mohamed June 11, 2008.
Mother of Fareena (Nazim), Reefa (Ray), Safinaz (Tasso), Roweena, Zybina (Eion deceased), Seeba, only son Taif Azam (Karen).
Agee, Grandmother of Ansari, Rayaz, Hamza, Yusuf, Gregory, Angela, Andrew, Jason, Gabriella, Naila and Maleeka.
Great Grandmother of Jada, Zev, Vincent, Noah, Aliya, Zaefa, Reid, Gregory, Isabella, Christopher, and Alexander.
Mom we will carry out your legacy. You are our PRECIOUS gem.
Your tired heart stopped beating. Your Hazel eyes at rest. ALLAH’S garden is beautiful he only takes the best.
May Allah Bless you join you PEACEFULLY with Daddy in the highest rank in Jannah.
In memory of our mom Zaefa flower arrangements are accepted Preferably mauve orchids. Also, donations to Peter’s HALL Mosque Guyana payable to CIOG.
We invite you to the visitation Sunday December 11, 2022 5 p.m to 9 p.m with a program of prayers, eulogy and reflection 7.30p.m. at Heritage Funeral Complex 1250 Trim Road. Orleans, Ontario.
Live stream starts at 5:00p.m.
Ottawa Muslim Association. 251 Northwestern Avenue, Ottawa
Interment will follow at Pinecrest cemetery, 2500
Baseline Road 1.20 p.m.
The family would like you to join them Immediately after Interment for reception and prayers to reflect on the memories of our beautiful mother.
1590 Zachary Street, Orleans
On behalf of the Rahaman family in Toronto our deepest sympathies to the family. May Allah bless you all and give you strength during this time of sadness. We beg Allah for forgiveness and pray that granny to enter paradise ( Jannat-Ul-Fairsou) In Shahallah.
From: Akhtar, Farhad and Waheeda
Aunty Sis 😇May you rest in peace🙏🏽 . To: Safina, Zello, Seeba and all the other family members.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you throughout this sad time.
“Those that we love can never be more than a thought away for as long as there’s a memory, they live on in our hearts to stay”
May you all find peace, comfort and strength in your memories.
Luv from Wendy Chin, Brenda Persaud, Jennifer Hastings 🙏🏽
(Aunty Margo RIP) friends together once again😇😇
Sincere condolences to the Mohamed family on the passing of your dear Mother. May she R.I.P.
Esther, Desiree, Ronald and Raymond Alli.
Our deepest heartfelt condolences on the passing of your dear mother. May Allah bless her and reward her for all the good she has done. May you all find comfort in the memories you have of her.
Farina and the entire family of Aunty Sister: We sincerely pray that Aunty is granted forgiveness, a peaceful grave and Jannatil firdaus Inshallah. We pray, at this difficult time you find sabr/patience through fond and cherished memories of your beautiful Mom. We pray that your family bond of love helps make the days ahead a little easier. We send our love and duas to all.
Our condolences to the family.
Sincerely, Lynndal and Brian
Mother The Matriarch
Mamma Allah called you away.
My life is torn to pieces, my heart is broken. I will never be the same. Every corner of your home I see you. May you be joined with my Daddy PEACEFULLY in Jannah.
The moment that you left me my heart split in two. One side filled with memories. The other side died with you.
I often lay awake at night when the world is fast asleep and take a walk down memory lane with tears upon my cheek.
Remembering you is easy I do it everyday but missing you is a heartache that will never go away. I hold you tightly within my heart and there you will remain. My Life seems over and is broken and will never be the same. I love and miss you mamma.
Allah bless you.
Our beautiful queen, such a kind and patient woman. Always filled the room with such a joy and light, blessed to have known her and her loving family, thoughts and prayers with you all
From katie the nurse