PUL Saddened By the Death of Journalist Buxton Davies, affectionately known as “38”


The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Journalist Buxton Davies, affectionately known as “38”.
The Union received the heartbreaking news on Sunday, October 15, 2023, regarding the demise of this legendary journalist in Central Monrovia, his place of residence. PUL mourns the loss of “38” and acknowledges his invaluable contributions to the field of journalism in Liberia. The late Journalist Buxton Davies’ remains are currently entrusted to the care of the Anderson Funeral Parlors.
In a formal statement, the PUL extends its sincere condolences to the grieving families and the entire journalism community. “Thirty Eight” had a distinguished career, having previously worked with Radio Liberia, Kiss FM, Informer Newspaper, and served as the Managing Editor at New Era Newspaper. His dedication and passion for journalism were evident throughout his career, making him an exemplary professional in the field.
The Union urges everyone to find solace in prayer and draw strength from their faith during this difficult time. Journalist Davies will be profoundly missed for his unwavering commitment to the PUL, his contributions to the journalism profession, and his impact on the nation as a whole.
In conclusion, the PUL offers its prayers for the peaceful rest of Buxton Davies’ soul, as well as others who have departed this world, wishing them eternal serenity in the afterlife. Meanwhile, preparations for the final rites for the late Buxton Davies are well underway, and all pertinent details regarding the funeral proceedings will be communicated to the public in due course.

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