Forever in Our Hearts
This site is in memory of Marleen Hutchful.
Our daughter, wife, mother, sister and friend.
Born in Accra, Ghana
OCTOBER 27TH, 1986
Marleen Anmortsoo Hutchful went home to Jesus on January 11, 2022, at age 35. Our beloved Marleen was taken from us by an aggressive form of Leukemia known as Acute Myeloid Leukemia which is essentially blood cancer.
Marleen attended Ghana International School and then Ashesi University where she studied Business Administration.
Marleen was very outgoing and had a natural talent for creativity and design. She was an avid poetry and story writer, and in her early years had a successful major acting role in the TV series Things We Do For Love.
She went on to work as a Marketing Manager at Amazing-U, then Program Coordinator at DreamOval Foundation, and also as a teacher at Beacon College International. She then made the decision to dedicate herself completely to raising her family.
Marleen met her husband, Claud Kweku Ampoful Hutchful in 2010. They married a year later on December 17, 2011 and went on to have two children, Elaine and Claire.
In addition to being a dedicated and loving wife and mother, Marleen held an unwavering faith in God, which she shared with those around her. She gave her heart to Christ on October 16, 2005 and she never looked back. Her passion was to build her marriage, children and relationships on the foundation of God’s word.
She strived for excellence and integrity in every task she undertook and every encounter she had, helping others along the way to realise the potential they possessed. The immeasurable impact she had on the lives of those who surrounded her is a testament to the good work God did in her and through her.
Marleen was actively involved in the Yapha prayer ministry and she was a member at Agape House New Testament Church.
Marleen is survived by her parents, Cyril Neeborquaye and Renate Isle Mensah, her husband, Claud Kweku Ampoful Hutchful, her sisters, Nadja Naayi Mensah Holz, Shirley Naa Anmorkor Boakye-Mensa, and Sabine Naa Anmorkai Butler, and her children, Elaine Ewuresi and Claire Renate Kuukua Hutchful.