Ali Abdul-Hadi

January 2, 1994March 20, 2019

Ali Abdul-Hadi was born on January 2, 1994 and passed away on March 20, 2019.


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Ranim Daher

April 15, 2019

Ali, I think about you and your family everyday. You were such a kind soul and we all loved you. You will always be in our memories. I hope you’re in a better place. Allah yer7amak💔🌹

Colin Harris

April 10, 2019

Ali’s presence is one of the rare places in life where I continuously found myself to be the student. He always gave love to everyone around him regardless of their circumstance, empowering us to act at our highest order. This world is lucky to have received Ali’s presence for the time it did, and his influence is a cornerstone of the man I’ve become today.

After sitting down with a pen, I have pages, and pages, and pages of profound experiences with Ali, and I’m grateful to have walked this path of self discovery and reighousness along side him for the time I did.

Now it’s our turn to carry Ali’s torch, and bear the ultimate burden of selflessness he embodied. A true child of god. A true ace of spades. A true brother for life. Rest in paradise.


Dalal Haj-ali

April 10, 2019


This still and probably will always feel like a nightmare. I’ve heard nothing but good memories about you so much and they’ve made me and everyone else keep smiling and I am so blessed and thankful to have had grown up with you and had you like a brother in my life. I’m sorry if I didn’t get to spend as much time with you as I’d liked I’m sorry I was always so busy but I know you’ve always considered me like your little sister even if we would go days or months without talking I just wish I got the chance to let you know. You were truly an amazing person and I and everyone else will miss you everyday.

RIP Ali ❤️

Ahmad rabah

April 10, 2019

Ali is my cousin i feel sadness when he died
till now feeling sadness i was shocked when
Ali died i feel so sad God bless his soul Ali

Jihan Obeid

April 9, 2019

I knew ali when he was born . Him and my son played together almost every day .we celebrated their birthdays together .he was a very cute little boy with Curley hair so attached to his dad . Used to cry so much when his dad goes to work .we were very sad when they moved away .I always checked on him and his brother from a distance . I was happy that he was doing very good in his life until what happened. He left too early. What a loss . But its gods will. I think I will never forget the day i had to be at his funeral. Never in my life I thought I will live a day like that . So sad . Rest in peace aloushi.

Bonnie Chaney

April 9, 2019

What a guy! Ali was a close friend of mine during junior high and high school, the type of friend you could always count on to listen, give advice or just adventure with in silence. From dance parties in my parents basement to conversations about what life meant, Ali always had a bright energy. What I appreciated most is he was one of the friends of who continued to stayed true when I needed a friend most. Throughout the recent years we didn’t stay in touch but every time we ran into eachother you could bet it was like not much time had passed.

Praying and thinking of your family all the time ❤️ Rest easy.

Ahmad Rabah

April 9, 2019

Ali is my cousin i feel sadness when he died
tell know feeling sadness I was shocked when Ali died I feel sad God bless his soul

Dana Haj-Ali

April 9, 2019

Ali Abdul Hadi - you were one of the constants in my life, one of the people I’ve known the longest in my life. I’m sorry if I ever took your presence for granted but I am so happy to have known you. Since we were little kids you always stayed the same. You were always the nicest to me (& Dalal), the most respectful and protective. You never judged, never spoke badly about others and always saw the good in any situation/person.

I think back and I remember your laugh and your funny accents. I think about your positive attitude and your motivational advice. I think about the facts you always knew and the conversations we used to have. I think back to when we were kids and we’d all go pumpkin carving together and have dance offs at the pool house. You were so down to earth and genuine. I am so lucky to have known you for so long and hope to learn from your Legacy. You are so Loved and will always be Missed Ali.❤️

Abdallah Daher

April 9, 2019

I remember our trips to Cancun. We bonded on those trips. I got to know him for who he really was. He always spoke his mind but always respected others and their beliefs. I will never forget him or what he stood for. May he Rest In Peace.

Hadi Abdul-Hadi

April 9, 2019

Losing my brother is a pain I’ll live with forever.
I accept this - love is painful.

I believe Ali’s purpose was to pave the road that will lead me to mine.
He was (& still is) my teacher, guardian, best friend, & beloved big brother.

Here are a few lessons that I learned from him:
1. Waking up is a blessing
- Ali unfortunately passed away in his sleep

2. Give without expecting anything in return
- Support, Honesty, Compliments, Money, etc.

3. Compassion destroys Envy & Greed
- Your success made him prouder than his own
- Ali was the type to donate $1, even if he only had $2

I can’t forget Ali because he is within me.
Everything I do will be in his honor & I will not disappoint him.

I love & miss you Ali - forever & always ♥️👼🏽♠️

إنا لله و إنا اليه راجعون