Miriam Mbotekola Edjamboya
February 27, 1994 ~ March 20, 2022
Miriam Mbotekola Edjamboya was a daughter of late father Dem’s Edjamboya and mother Lina Sarah Wembi and a wife of Wallace Clermont, was born on February 27, 1994 in Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa, The 5th child in Edjamboya’s family. She had four bothers and four sisters and two stepbrothers but one passed away six years ago.
Miriam graduated from Ogden High School in Ogden, Utah in 2012 and she also took some college classes at Weber State University. She been living here in Utah for over 18 years now. After all, she has decided to become a makeup artist and started taking some classes for it and not just that Miriam had a lot of plans and goals to accomplish. Miriam was a very smart and active woman. She loved spending time with her family, friends and everybody she loved.
Miriam loved spending time in the presence of God. Last year Miriam attended discipleship class and received a discipleship certificate by Apostles Lucy Bona under Mountain Grace Ministries because she loved God and wanted to make changes in her life.
There are some things that Miriam enjoyed doing, workout, diet, going to movie, hanging out with friends, camping, organizing parties, sharing gifts and much more.
Miriam had a lot of jobs experience because she was a hard worker and best employee to every company that she has worked for.
Miriam sadly passed away in the evening of March 20th at the age of 28. She leaves behind her mother, her siblings. older brother Damien Edjamboya, older sister Nathalie Muluba, older brother Bosch Edjamboya, older sister Solange Edjamboya, younger brother Pelange Edjamboya, younger sister Esther Bangala, younger brother Chans Edjamboya, younger sister Dem’sine Edjamboya.
Miriam loved her brothers and sisters-in-law, Anderson Muluba, Herve Nziame, Blaise Bangala, Mama Inege, Nancy Edjamboya, Yerosan, Nora Mabiala and all her nieces and nephews they are so many to mention names.
Miriam had a beautiful heart and a beautiful soul she always cares for others. Today we have gathered together to honor our beloved one. Dust to dust, rest in peace Miriam.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 2, 2022 at 2 p.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd. Friends may visit with family on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the mortuary. Interment, Evergreen Memorial Park.