Thanks to LOP President Mr. James Y. Hunder Sr., for orchestrating and collaborating with elected officials to make this 100th birthday celebration possible.
The Citation from the President of the Republic of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, was read at the Honoring program of Mrs. Ann Stiles Falconer.
MEDAL OF HONOR & CERTIFICATE
Officiating the ceremony: Deputy Chief of Missions, Edwin F. Sele (on behalf of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf & Embassy of the Republic of Liberia)
ANN STILES FALCONER 100TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION!!!!A GREAT LEGEND
Born on July 4, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia. Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Educaiton in 1934 from St. Augustine College in Raleigh, North Carolina. Later, went on to obtained a Master for Social Work Administration from the Tuller School of Social Work.
From 1947-1970 both she and her husband Rev. Dr. John B. Falconer moved and resided in Liberia as Missionaries also making thier home a "Mission House".
Ann Stiles Falconer unselfishly gave to the Liberian community by serving as Supervisor for the Mission Word of the National Baptist Convention in West Africa. Served as Director of the Social Services Division where she organized women and youth groups; bringing education and empowerment.
Ann Stiles Falconer returned to the U.S. upon the demise of her husband in 1970 where she continued her committment to humanitarian services. And thus, she left her footprints in our communities (in Liberia and the U.S).
LIBERIA GIVES BACK...and say thank you for your services!!!!!