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Rianna Richards inherited her love of business, writing, designing and working with textiles from (English) Yorkshire, British Ancestors. From her English side of the family, Rianna Richards is a descendant of Benjamin Cocker born 1723, England married Sarah Hanson also born in England. Their son Benjamin Cocker born Nov. 22, 1758 married Tabitha Blakebrough born Oct. 17, 1761 Yorkshire, England. Their son Benjamin Cocker born Aug. 17, 1785 Yorkshire, England married Martha North - born May 12, 1788 Yorkshire, England. Their children: Tabitha Cocker born Yorkshire Aug. 23, 1815; Sarah Cocker born Yorkshire Sept. 04, 1817; Mary Cocker born Yorkshire 1819; Dr. Benjamin Franklin Cocker D.D., LL.D., born Yorkshire June 5, 1821; Joseph Cocker born Yorkshire Jan. 23, 1823; Joshua Cocker born Yorkshire Nov. 11, 1824; Hannah Cocker born Yorkshire Sept. 28, 1826; William Cocker born Yorkshire Oct. 06, 1828; David Cocker born Yorkshire Sept. 18, 1830. Rianna Richards is directly descended from one of the five sons of Benjamin Cocker (buried in Mirfield, Yorkshire England) & his wife Martha (nee North) Cocker. Note: The Cocker family have been living in the Huddersfield area since 1698 A.D.
Benjamin Cocker - Born August 17, 1785 in Yorkshire, England. Benjamin Cocker was a Preacher, Wool Trader, Woollen Cloth Manufacturer, and Rianna Richards' great, great, great grand-father co-wrote these Christian sermons in the 1800's: "Victorian Wesleyan Sermons - Preached by Benjamin Cocker of Mirfield and Charles Horsfield of Dewsbury" edited, foreword, copyright by Mark Dalby; designed and published in Worcestershire, U.K. by Aspect Design in 2010. http://www.amazon.com/Victorian-Wesleyan-Sermons-Preached-Horsfield/dp/1905795688
NOTE: Dr. Mark Dalby Ph.D., (born on January 4th, 1938 in Southport, Lancashire and died at his home in Malvern, Worcestershire England on February 11th, 2013 at age seventy-five) http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A6GY6OZRUBKS9/ref=cm_aya_bb_pdp also known as Reverend Mark Dalby as well as Venerable Dr. John Mark Meredith Dalby, and Archdeacon Emeritus of Rochdale who edited the book "Victorian Wesleyan Sermons - Preached by Benjamin Cocker of Mirfield and Charles Horsfield of Dewsbury," Author and Researcher of "The Cocker Connection" http://www.amazon.com/The-Cocker-Connection-Mark-Dalby/dp/0721207847 http://books.google.com/books/about/The_Cocker_connection.html?id=9oLhAAAAMAAJ is a great-great-great grandson of Benjamin Cocker through his son, Joseph Cocker who married Maria (nee Warburton) Cocker of England. Like his blood relative and fourth cousin, Rianna Richards, the late Dr. Mark Dalby http://stchrysostoms.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/a-sharing-of-memories.pdf also descended from one of the five sons of Benjamin Cocker and his wife, Martha (nee North) Cocker of Yorkshire, England. The Book: "The Cocker Connection" is a genealogy book of the Cocker Family of Yorkshire, England and Rianna Richards' ancestors.
The Five Sons Of Benjamin Cocker and his wife, Martha (nee North) Cocker: 1. Dr. Benjamin Franklin Cocker D.D., LL.D., was born in Almondbury, Yorkshire on June 05, 1821. http://um2017.org/faculty-history/faculty/benjamin-franklin-cocker Benjamin Franklin Cocker was a "Textile Manufacturer" in Yorkshire, England then he immigrated with his brothers to Australia in 1850 and became a "Businessman and Trading-ship owner." He immigrated again to the United States in 1857 and settled in Michigan where he became a "Reverend and Clergyman." Reverend Dr. Benjamin Franklin Cocker later became a "Professor and Author" at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and taught there until his death in 1883. Professor Benjamin Franklin Cocker was married to Mary (nee Johnson) Cocker, their children and descendants remained in the United States of America and never resettled in Yorkshire, England again. http://umhistory.dc.umich.edu/history/Faculty_History/C/Cocker,_Benjamin_Franklin.html 2. Joseph Cocker, was a "Bank Manager" for the Huddersfield Banking Company in Dewsbury in the 1800's. He was the only son who never left England in 1850. Joseph Cocker born 1823 was married to Maria (nee Warburton) Cocker in Huddersfield (the wedding ceremony took place at Queens St. Methodist Church, Yorkshire on August 04, 1850). Maria (nee Warburton) Cocker born on February 17, 1829 and christened at Almondbury, All Hallows (Yorkshire, England) on April 26, 1829 died from Pneumonia at age seventy-one on December 30, 1900, and was buried in Dewsbury, Yorkshire. Joseph Cocker and Maria Warburton were the great-great grandparents of Scholar, Reverend, Author, Researcher and Cocker Historian, Dr. Mark Dalby through their daughter, Martha Elizabeth Cocker who married Charles Horsfield, son of James Wood and Jane Eliza (nee Whitehead) Horsfield of Dewsbury. Joseph Cocker died on June 30, 1890 approximately at age sixty-seven, he was buried in Dewsbury, All Saints (Yorkshire, England). Joseph and Maria (nee Warburton) Cocker had ten children together, their children and descendants remained in Yorkshire, England with the remaining members of the Cocker clan.
3. Joshua Cocker, was a "Preacher and Bank Clerk" in Yorkshire, England around 1849, then he immigrated with his brothers to Australia in 1850. He became a "Merchant and Businessman" in Australia 1850-1857. Then he immigrated again this time, joined by his wife, Elizabeth (nee Lobley) Cocker and their two young British-born children (Benjamin Lobley Cocker, born on April 30, 1849 in Dewsbury, Yorkshire; William Walker Cocker, born on October 16, 1853 in Howden, Yorkshire) and Joshua Cocker's younger brother, William Cocker to the Kingdom of Tonga in 1858. The first European settlers of Tonga, Joshua and Elizabeth Cocker and their children lived at the palace of King George Tupou i - Joshua Cocker thereby became an "Adviser, Confidant, and very close friend" of the King of Tonga. Joshua and Elizabeth Cocker's daughter, "Charlotte Elizabeth Cocker" was born in the Royal palace of King George Tupou i - on December 11, 1860 and officially was the first documented European baby born in the Kingdom of Tonga. Charlotte Elizabeth Cocker later at age nineteen, married German-born merchant and wealthy businessman, "Henry William August Riechelmann" in 1879. There were no Germans in Tonga from 1855-1863, however, the second known European settler in the Kingdom of Tonga is a German trader by the name of "August Sanft" he was born, "Christian Fredrich August Sanft" on November 24, 1822 in Prussia (Germany); arrived in the Kingdom of Tonga from Australia in 1864 (not 1855). "Christian Fredrich August Sanft" was married to a German woman by the name of Sophie Dörner and had four children with her in Tonga (birth dates of children are unknown). More German traders, merchants and settlers with last names: Zuckschwerdt, Brähne, Grieve, Hellfritz, Ostermann, Schaaf, von Treskow, Sanft, Kronfeld, Hettig, Walter, Saffings, Schober, Muller, Guttenbeil, Wolfgramm, Quensell, Ludwig, Franz, Schulke, Schaumkel, Hoeft, Hansen, Schober, Schultz, Fritz, Guerr, Becker, and Riechelmann, arrived in the Kingdom of Tonga beginning in 1867 and onward when the German import and export firm "J.C. Godeffroy & Sohn" set up business in Tonga in 1867. Nevertheless, back to the Cocker family, the first European pioneers and settlers of Tonga. Joshua Cocker imported from Australia the "first cow" to the Kingdom of Tonga in 1858 and later, he became the "first British Consul" in the Kingdom of Tonga as well as a "Businessman, Trader and a Merchant" until his death at age fifty-six on May 06, 1880. Joshua and Elizabeth Cocker and their children according to the Official Palace records of King George Tupou i - were the "first European settlers in the Kingdom of Tonga." They, their children and their descendants remained in the Kingdom of Tonga, and never returned to Yorkshire, England again.
4. William Cocker, immigrated with his brothers from Yorkshire, England to Australia in 1850, he became a "Merchant and Businessman" and "co-founder of the Cocker Brothers Co." an import and export business he co-founded with his brothers in Australia in 1851. There was recession in the commercial world in Australia around 1854, the Cocker brothers decided to divide up the business which ultimately almost wiped out their fortunes. William Cocker then immigrated with his older brother, Joshua Cocker and sister-in-law Elizabeth (nee Lobley) Cocker to the Kingdom of Tonga around 1858, then he moved again for the island of Tahiti, and finally settled in Vancouver Island, British Columbia the same year. In 1859, William Cocker "secured a banking job position" with the Macdonald Bank on Yates Street in Victoria, British Columbia, then he became a "Bank Manager" with the same company at their location in the Caribou, British Colombia before his election for parliament. According to the Journal of the Second House of Assembly of Vancouver Island, British Colony - William Cocker was "elected to Vancouver Island Second House of Assembly and became a Member of Parliament" (First Sitting) on September 09, 1862 and (Last Sitting) on February 27, 1863. There are conflicting stories on his whereabouts but according to the Cocker family history - William Cocker went to Mexico at the age of thirty-seven in 1865 and literally disappeared there under mysterious circumstances; and his remains are nowhere to be found to this day. 5. David Cocker, immigrated with his brothers from Yorkshire, England to Australia in 1850 and became a "Preacher, Businessman, Sawmill co-owner" of (Romney Sawmill Co.), "Merchant, Storekeeper" and "Trading/Shipping Agent owner" for the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company as well as "President and stakeholder" of the Mount Farrel Mining company in Australia. David Cocker, his children and his descendants remained in Australia and never returned to Yorkshire, England again.
James Cocker introduced the power loom into Barnsley in 1837, and the first factory for making linen by this new process was built by Thomas Edward Taylor in 1844.
The wife of Joshua Cocker, Elizabeth (nee Lobley) Cocker a Fashion Designer in her days brought with her from Yorkshire, England the first hand-operated sewing machine to the Kingdom of Tonga in 1858. Elizabeth Cocker was the first European woman (settler) who introduced sewing to the Kingdom of Tonga and who first taught the Tongan women how to sew. She's also credited for introducing English textiles made from the Cocker family's own textile manufacturing plant in Yorkshire, England as well as introducing the first fashionable European clothes to the people of Tonga in the mid-1800's.
Otolose Cocker a Fashion Designer from the Kingdom of Tonga. Born in Tonga with fair skin and blonde hair, Otolose Cocker is the great-grand-daughter of Joshua and Elizabeth Cocker of Yorkshire, England; daughter of Joshua Albert Cocker of Kolomotu'a, and eldest half-sister of Henry William Cocker of Kolomotu'a whose mother is Sarah Hurrell (of European ancestry) according to the Cocker family history and genealogy of Tonga.
Otolose Cocker married Seventh Day Adventist College Educator, "Paula Halatoa Fua" of Tonga (note: Paula is the Tongan name for Paul). Paula Halatoa Fua was a College Educator at Fulton College in Suva, Fiji (three of their children were born in Fiji while he taught there). Mr. Paula Halatoa Fua also served as the first Tongan Principal at "Beulah College" during World War II. Beulah College is a Secondary School belonging to the Seventh Day Adventist Church, originally founded in the Kingdom of Tonga by Europeans from Australia in 1924; its first Principal was "Mr. C. S. Palmer" according to the history of the Seventh Day Adventist Church and Schools in Tonga. The Principals of Beulah College from 1924 to 1945: Mr. C.S. Palmer 1924, Mrs. R.W. Smith 1926, Mr. H.L. Tolhurst 1927, Mr. B.E. Hadfield 1933, Mr. A.E. Watts 1938, Mr. Paula Halatoa Fua 1940-1945 (he was replaced by Mr. J. Cernik in 1945 at the end of World War II). "Paula Halatoa Fua" came from the Tongan Dynasties, Aristocratic and Noble Families of Tonga and descendant of the first King of Tonga: he is the grandson of Hon. Finaulahi (Noble Ve'ehala 14th) of Tonga, and his dad is, Hon. Taniela Fua (Ve'ehala) who married his mom, Hon. 'Anaseini Kaho Luani, the youngest daughter of Hon. Sailosi Fusi Luani (Noble Luani 6th) 1864 and husband of Hon. Lavenia Tuku'aho, a member of the Royal Family of Tonga in the 1800's (Tu'i Kanokupolu Dynasty).
Obituary of Yorkshire-Australian Businessman and Pioneer, David Cocker (brother of Joshua Cocker and Professor Benjamin Franklin Cocker) and his two wives; Clara & Jane Cocker. http://tascoastalcemeteries.com/people/cocker.html
David Cocker J.D., born Feb 10, 1870 Launceston, Tasmania and (nephew of Joshua and Elizabeth Cocker and Benjamin Franklin Cocker) and ancestral relative of Rianna Richards was a well-known and prominent Lawyer - Barrister & Solicitor of Launceston, Australia. http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/cocker-david-13663
Dr. Benjamin Franklin Cocker DD, LL.D., earned the following Degrees: Master of Arts from Wesleyan University in 1864; Doctor of Divinity from DePauw University in I870; Doctor of Laws from Victoria University (Canada) in 1876. http://oldnews.aadl.org/taxonomy/term/14614
Mary (nee Johnson) Cocker Obituary, wife of Dr. Benjamin Franklin Cocker and mother of Professor William J. Cocker http://oldnews.aadl.org/node/180707
Professor William Johnson Cocker - Republican, Banker, Principal and Author of the books: Hand-book Of Punctuation, The Civil Government Of Michigan, The Government Of The United States; is an ancestral relative of Rianna Richards and son of Professor Benjamin Franklin Cocker. William Johnson Cocker was married to Isabella M. Clark on March 25, 1870.
The Official Rianna Richards Business Profile On Facebook:
www.facebook.com/pages/Rianna-Richards/206017756113309 What happened to the Official Rianna Richards Business Page on Facebook? Here's the true account of what actually happened. We created this Rianna Richards Facebook page for our business on July 24, 2011, and we also announced its creation on Twitter July 24, 2011. Unfortunately we were immediately denied access to our Facebook page on July 26, 2011 with message from Facebook saying "the account was disabled." Nonetheless; we are currently working on resolving this issue with Facebook, and hopefully they'll give us permission to access our Facebook business page again before the grand-opening of our Online Store www.riannarichards.com
Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba Tweeted Rianna Richards On September 6, 2011 These Profound Words
"My beloved wife, I sometimes feel you are an angel sent from Heaven....I love you with all my heart. Your husband Shadi."
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This is an image (photograph) of Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba on his graduation day at I.M Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University - Russia. This picture was taken on June 1998 (from the private picture collection of Dr. Shadi Abuolba and his wife Rianna Richards). Do note, this picture is a "Copyright Property" of www.riannarichards.com
Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba and Rianna Richards were married in a private wedding ceremony (attended only by a very few American friends) in Detroit, Michigan, United States of America on March 31, 2006. The reasons Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba's family and Rianna Richards' family were not informed or invited to their wedding on March 31, 2006 (will be explained in detail in Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba's upcoming autobiography in 2013).
Sadly, Rianna Richards and her husband, Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba did not have any children (reasons for having no children will be explained in an upcoming autobiography for Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba in 2013).
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Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba during his studies at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. This picture was taken circa fall of 1998 in the United States. From Rianna Richards and Dr. Shadi Abuolba's private picture collection.
Rianna Richards is an American Businesswoman, Fashion Designer, Writer, Entrepreneur, Designer of Products, Innovator, Wife of the late Dr. Shadi Abuolba, Author and soon to be Novelist from Seattle, Washington, United States of America.
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Born to a privileged, aristocratic family; Rianna Richards is the Founder of the clothing brand "Rianna Richards" and the Seattle startup Company www.RiannaRichards.com. The Seattle based company was licensed and registered with the Washington State Department of Revenue in 2010 as an Online Retail Electronic Store; primarily to design her own line of clothing and products; write her own books and sell them online at retail value to customers within the Continental U.S.
Marriage and Love
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Dr. Shadi Abuolba at age twenty-three taken circa June-July of 1998 shortly after graduating from Medical School and receiving his "Doctoral Degree M.D." from I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University in Moscow, Russia. www.Twitter.com/ShadiAbuolba
Official Wedding Date for Rianna Richards & Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba Rianna Richards is married to a Russian Trained Physician (Medical Doctor). Rianna Richards and her late husband, Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba were married in Detroit, Michigan U.S.A. on March 31, 2006.
Rianna Richards & Dr. Shadi Abuolba were the co-designers of Rianna Richards' first clothing line of men's shirts and men's pants in 2004; co-designers of Rianna Richards' first clothing line of medical lab coats in 2011; and co-authors of Dr. Shadi Abuolba's autobiography since 2003. site.riannarichards.com/books
Dr. Shadi Abuolba came from a privileged, wealthy, prominent, academic and political family of Medical Doctors, Engineers, Business Merchants and Politicians. Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba's great-great-grand-father was the Mayor of Jerusalem during the ruling of the Ottoman Empire in Palestine also known as the ancient land of Canaan: Land of the Canaanites, Land of the Philistines, Land of the Israelites, Land of the Phoenicians, Israel, Palestine, Judea, Lebanon and after the fall and dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, the land of ancient Canaan was divided into modern-day Israel, Gaza, The West Bank and Lebanon.
Rianna Richards accepted her late husband's marriage proposal mainly because he possessed the following qualities and characteristics she was looking for in a husband such as: loving, highly educated (M.D. Doctor of Medicine Degree Holder), intelligent, kind, honest, upper-class standards, handsome, clean criminal history, religious, good morals, loyal, non-abusive, responsible, heterosexual, non-alcoholic, respectful, virtuous, non-smoker, and committed.
Special Thanks & Acknowledgement: To our "Jewish Friends and Companies" who helped my late husband, Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba and I established a very comfortable life in Seattle; your love and care for us will never, ever be forgotten in our hearts and minds - Love, Rianna Richards.
Rianna Richards' Company Trademark & Trade Name. Our clothing brand, clothing line, books and other Rianna Richards products will use the Trademark & Trade Name "Rianna Richards" for all registrations, copyrights and patents for all the original works of the Designer and soon to be Author - Rianna Richards.
Religion, Ethics and High Moral Standards Rianna Richards is a Christian (Seventh-Day Adventist) and is very committed to her Judeo-Christian values and upbringing. Rianna Richards observes Sabbath and also follows and obeys the strict teachings and doctrine of the Seventh Day Adventist Church pertaining to "Heterosexual marriage, Abstinence before marriage, Kosher diet, Faithfulness during marriage, Baptism by immersion, and Health." Rianna Richards does not drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes or use illegal drugs.
Rianna Richards' firm belief in Nutrigenomics As a third generation Seventh Day Adventist, Rianna Richards was taught the importance of healthy eating by her family from a very young age. Rianna Richards has a firm belief that nutrients found in fruits and vegetables do interact with the human genome and thus, fruits and vegetables contain very vital nutrients the human body needs for proper body functioning, fighting diseases and prolong the longevity of humans.
Rianna Richards' Regrets
Rianna Richards deeply regretted NOT having any children with her late husband, Dr. Shadi Abuolba; and not fulfilling her late Mom and Dad's wish of becoming an Attorney.
Future Products The products Rianna Richards is planning on selling on her online store will expand in the future to include Jewelries, Women Shoes, Handbags & Home Collections to be designed by Rianna Richards as well as books written by Rianna Richards.
The Most Influential People In Rianna Richards' Life Coco Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Charlotte Bronte, Warren Buffet, Billy Graham, Dr. Judah Folkman, Joel Osteen, Barbara Walters, Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, Christian Dior, Tommy Hilfiger, Jane Austen, Oprah Winfrey, Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba, Joyce Meyer, Ellen G. White, Bill Cosby, Abraham Lincoln, Professor Benjamin Franklin Cocker, Estee Lauder, Queen Victoria of England.
Dr. Benjamin Franklin Cocker D.D., LL.D., Professor of Psychology, Speculative Philosophy, and Philosophy of Religion, 1881-1883. Professor of Moral and Mental Philosophy, 1869-1881 at the University of Michigan. He died at Ann Arbor, Michigan on April 8, 1883. http://um2017.org/faculty-history/faculty/benjamin-franklin-cocker
Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba attended (I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University) formerly "I.M. Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy" in 1992 at the age of eighteen. After six long years of completing his studies in medicine, Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba graduated in June of 1998 with an M.D. (Doctor of Medicine Degree), from I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University at age twenty-three, field of study and specialty: General Internal Medicine. The Russian Federation Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy awarded Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba the doctoral diploma with the qualification of: Physician, General Medicine, and Doctor of Medicine on June 09, 1998.
In 2004-2005 Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba was involved in cancer research studies at Wayne State University (Detroit Medical Center), Detroit, Michigan in which he co-authored with other Doctors and Scientists at the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology the published results of the research in 2005: www.fertstert.org/article/S0015-0282(05)01443-3/fulltext Authors: S. Abuolba (Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba), G.M. Saed, H. Lu, Z. Jiang, H.M. Abu-Soud, M.P. Diamond. www.fertstert.org/article/S0015-0282(05)02676-2/fulltext Authors: S. Abuolba (Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba), G.M. Saed, H.Lu, Z.Jiang, H. Abu-Soud, M.P. Diamond.
Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba's Internet Domain: DrShadiAbuolba.com The domain name was purchased from Yahoo! Domains on Dec. 24, 2010. Rianna Richards is planning to create a memorial website for Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba with this domain name which will include his biography, copyright pictures and updates on his upcoming autobiography - available in 2013.
Rianna Richards' Foundation Domain RiannaRichardsFoundation.org was purchased and registered with Yahoo! Domains in 2011.
Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba's Twitter Profile & YouTube Channel The Official Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba Twitter profile www.Twitter.com/ShadiAbuolba and the Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba Official YouTube Channel www.Youtube.com/user/DrShadiAbuolba are now supervised and monitored by Rianna Richards Company. Send direct legal questions about these two profiles of the late Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba by email to his wife, Rianna or call her directly at (206) 992-3061.
Dr. Shadi Abuolba and Rianna Richards' Plan to have a Baby
It will be explained in Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba's upcoming autobiography about his and Rianna Richards' plans to start a family and the obstacles they endured before Dr. Shadi Abuolba's premature death.
Political Party, Affiliates, Democratic Beliefs. Rianna Richards and her husband, Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba are Conservative (Republicans), and strong supporters of the Republican Party of Seattle, State of Washington, U.S.A. Rianna Richards and her husband, Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba believe in: human equality, democratic freedom, justice, non-repressive societies and freedom to practice one's religion without intimidation or oppression, and most significantly; they are both against tyranny and religious persecutions.
A Love Letter from Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba to his Wife, Rianna Richards (Letter dated April 12, 2006 - Michigan, USA).
My dearest and beloved wife… Rianna, I am writing you this letter during my studies to let you know how much I appreciate you being my wife. You make me happy each day and that’s all I need in the world… a good and compatible wife who believes in me and supports my interest in medicine. If marriages were made in heaven then certainly… you are my gift from God. You know exactly what it takes to make me happy and you’ve taught me how to gain confidence when I am down and weary. I love you my dear wife, words merely can’t express the deep love I have for you… remember nobody in this world will ever tear us apart. Please pray for my studies… your most loving husband Dr. Shadi.
Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba died peacefully in his sleep at Swedish Medical Center (Firsthill, Seattle) on September 14, 2011 due to complications from cancer; he was laid to rest at a private cemetery in Covington, Washington on September 16, 2011. Dr. Shadi A.H. Abuolba's obituary was published by the Seattle Times on September 25, 2011:
Dr. Shadi Abuolba's cemetery on December 24, 2011. Photograph by Rianna Richards on December 24, 2011 at his grave site in Covington, Washington. U.S.A.
Flowers at Dr. Shadi Abuolba's grave in Covington, Washington on December 24, 2011. Flower arrangement and photography by Rianna Richards on December 24, 2011.
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