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With a sense of immense loss and sorrow, The TOLBERT & GEORGE FAMILIES in LIBERIA and the DIASPORA announce the death of Liberia’s National Peace Ambassador, the Honorable Reverend William Richard Tolbert 3rd on November 1st 2021 at his Mesurado Compound apartment, Bushrod Island, Monrovia.

Reverend Tolbert, 68, affectionately called “Bill” was a PATRIOT and tireless Advocate for Peace and National Unity. He was a respected Public Servant, a devoted Husband, a Father of 9 children, an Uncle, a Brother and a hugely loved and valued member of the TOLBERT & GEORGE FAMILIES. The National Peace Ambassador was the son of Liberia’s Late 19th President Dr. William Richard Tolbert, Jr. and Late Former First Lady Mrs. Victoria A. David Tolbert.

The TOLBERT & GEORGE FAMILIES acknowledge with thanks and express their appreciation for the countless messages of Sympathy, Solidarity, Support, Prayers and Love received from all over Liberia and the world at large. We further thank all National and International Organizations whom have lent their voices to demand a complete and satisfactory resolution to the HOMICIDE of Liberia’s National Peace Ambassador, His Excellency Reverend William Richard Tolbert, III, Pastor of the Zion Praise Baptist Church.

The TOLBERT & GEORGE FAMILIES encourage the entirety of Liberia’s Law Enforcement Institutions and Agencies in applying their maximum efforts and utmost professionalism to determine the cause(s) and/or Persons responsible for Ambassador Tolbert’s death. We fully expect the application of all appropriate remedies in the circumstances as this will
restore confidence in Liberia’s Public Security and its National & International image.

Pending investigations and official inquiries, The TOLBERT & GEORGE FAMILIES will inform the public of FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS at a later date. In the presence of our tragedy, we declare and renew OUR FAITH in GOD and the Liberian Nation.

“True peace is not merely the absence of tension; it is the presence of justice.” Martin Luther King, Jr.


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