Eryck Quincy Quaye Sarblah

Eryck Sarblah, aka Q, of Stoughton, formerly of Hyde Park, was a bundle of joy born on May 7, 2001, to Eric and Shirley Sarblah as their  first child.

Eryck attended Greenwood/Rogers School in Hyde Park, moved to Stoughton and attended OMS and Stoughton High School (Go Knights), everyone at SHS loved him for who he was.

Eryck was a respectful, bubbly, funny, joke-cracker, very helpful around the house doing chores, making sure the house was clean before his friends arrival, especially girl friends. Eryck was a good host making sure his friends felt very comfortable at his home.  Eryck helped  neighbors whenever needed. He was  very devoted at church. Eryck cared  so much for his siblings, cousins, family & friends.  He loved all his friends equally and asked nothing in return. Q counted himself blessed in every way with his  friends and family.

On May 19th, Eryck and friends decided to go paint balling at East Bridgewater  against all odds (i.e.  weather conditions) after gaming, they decided to go have dinner before coming home. It was there, the unthinkable, unimaginable, indescribable happened. Can we forget this day?, NEVER! We have indeed lost a jewel, but we take consolation in the Word of God in Ecc. 7:1 and I quote, ” A  good name is better than fine perfume and a day of death better than day of birth.”  This is the person we are all in unison shedding tears for today.

Eryck was the beloved son of Eric and Shirley (Johnson) Sarblah.  Brother of Crystal and Terrence Sarblah, both of Stoughton.  Grandson of Joseph Ocansey, Mary Quarcoo and  Ruby Garshong .

Nephew of  Isaac Sarblah, Alfred Sarblah, Frederick Sarblah, Ekow Acheampong, Columbus Okine, Frank Osafo, Daniel Osafo, Magdellen  Sackey, Deborah Otumpho, Gloria Quansah, Barbara Johnson, Josephine Madus, Joana Hammond, Agnes Fynn, Euphimia Hammond, Bernard Sackey, Daniel Palm and Fred Palm. Cousin of Bridget Sarblah, Samantha Sarblah, Grace Sarblah, Dawson Sarblah, Rachael Sarblah, Esther Sarblah, Roland Johnson, Kwesi Johnson, Ayden Sarblah, Sophia Hoyomeh, Alex Hoyomeh and Maxine Palm, Ian Tetteh,Helena Ocansey  and Nora Addy.

Funeral Service at Parkway United Methodist Church, 158 Blue Hill Parkway, Milton, Saturday June 2, at 10:00 AM. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington Street, DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS, Friday June 1,  3-7 PM. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, Stoughton.

We will ever miss you.

Q, May the almighty Lord grant you internal happiness till we meet again, we all love you.