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Re: Hussin Ali Shibley from Syria to Michigan
Posted by: Denise Snow (ID *****8673) Date: April 07, 2002 at 14:29:55
In Reply to: Re: Hussin Ali Shibley from Syria to Michigan by Khalil of 3600

Here is Hussin Ali Shibley's obit that I had translated.

What does Fakhereddine mean?

What is the Baalbaky Lebanese community?

The only other things I know is that he and his wife Haddley Assad immagrated to the US in 1906. They lived a short time in New York City where they lived in a small apartment that burnt down and they loss some children. They then moved to the Detroit, Dearborn Michigan Area.

His sons are listed in his OBIT as Ali and Mohammad but they went by Alex and Michael.

Hussain Ali Shibley Fakhereddine, was 70 yrs. old when he passed away. He was a wonderful man, who led a life full of love for his family. He left behind 2 sons: Ali and Mohammad and 6 daughters: Mary, Nayfeh, Layla, Alya, Abla and Fareeda.
At his funeral a prayer for his blessed soul was offered by his son-in-law, Imam Khalil Bazzi and Imam Mohammad J. Chirri. During the memorial a number of distinguished guests spoke about the good man they knew. A touchy and emotional word was said by his son-in-law, Imam Bazzi expressing his heartful condolence and sorrow for the family and himself for losing a dear and loving 2nd father, who he became very close and learned a lot from. Adding, that he will be greatly missed by his family, friends and the (Baalbaky Lebanese) community and everyone who knew his.

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