AVIS DE DÉCÈS
10 mai 1940 – 29 juillet 2021
"For I am hard-pressed between the two, having a desire to depart and be with Christ, which is far better." Philippians 1:23 KJV
Mansour Ibrahim passed away on July 29, 2021 in Birmingham, Alabama. He was born in El Fayoum, Egypt in 1940 and lived in Cairo, Egypt until 2013 when he moved to the United States with his wife, Afaf, and his daughter, Mariam.
Mansour graduated from Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University, and had led a successful business career until his relocation to the U.S. He was a father to many people and he touched so many lives with his love and care.
Mansour is survived by his wife, Afaf, who he was married to for 37 years, and his only daughter, Mariam, who is married to Mina Lobbous. Mansour always considered Mina to be his own son.
Mansour always loved to be a caring grandfather for Grace, Rebecca, and Daniel. He enjoyed spending time with them and they loved him so much and called him "Gedda." In addition to his grandchildren, he is survived by his family in Egypt: Sister, Amira Ibrahim; sister, Farida Ibrahim, and her son, Naiem El Balabeshy; sister, Samira Ibrahim, and her daughters, Inas Fouad and Iman Fouad; sister, Shadia Ibrahim, and her son, Tamer Maher; nephews, Sherif Mounir and Shady Mounir; and niece, Sherihan Mounir.
Mansour is preceded in death by his parents, Ibrahim and Roma, and by his sister, Nadia Ibrahim.
The prayer service will begin at 1 p.m. on Monday, August 2, 2021 at St. John Kame Coptic Orthodox Church, 2529 Central Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35209. The service will be followed by a reception at the family residence in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.
Mansour was such a generous and loving person. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to St. John Kame Coptic Orthodox Church or to a charity close to your heart.
lundi, 2 août , 2021
Gravesite Committal & Interment
lundi, 2 août , 2021
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31 juillet , 2021
Uncle Mansour will be missed so much! He was always a good example to me. He was also a very hard worker. I spent a lot of time playing backgammon with him; Days that I will never forget! Rest In Peace my very dear uncle.