In Loving Memory of Keri Megan Musa
01st April 1957-30th May 2019
Cwm Care Limited deeply regrets to announce the death of Keri Megan Musa. This sad event occurred on 30th May 2019 following a brief battle with cancer. Funeral services for Keri Megan Musa took place on 14th June 2019 in her hometown, New Tredegar, followed by cremation at the Llwydcoed Crematorium in Aberdare. Keri Megan Musa was buried on 3rd September 2019 in Brithdir Cemetery in New Tredegar.
Meg, as she was affectionately known, was the Managing Director of Cwm Care Limited from 2007 until the day of her death. She and her husband, Dr Sele Musa, were owners and providers of Cwm Care Limited. She was also the registered manager for Sonael Bungalow and Pen Y Wain Bungalow.
Meg was a strong advocate for young adults with a learning disability. She was a friend to individuals and regularly went with them on their favourite holidays, day outings, and fun occasions. She dedicated her life to ensure that individuals were treated with respect, equality and dignity. She always treated the family and friends of individuals with respect, honesty and non-judgmental.
Meg treated staff as equals and with due respect. Staff could always rely on her for her availability and support for them. Her leadership was marked by honesty and integrity, commitment and passion and she was a good communicator. She inspired staff by setting examples at work and showed that no job was menial for her.
Meg was born in Pleasant View, Tirphil on 01st April 1957 onto the union of Mr Kendrick Hopkins and Mrs Sheila Hopkins. She attended Bargoed Grammar Technical School between 1968 to 1974, worked in Inland Revenue between 1974 to 1982, obtained a degree in Registered General Nursing in 1990, Registered Midwife in 1991, Bachelor of Science in Midwifery 1994 and Master of Science in Reproduction and Health in 2004. She worked in the Maternity Unit at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr as a midwife until her early retirement in 2012.
Meg enjoyed travelling from the usual holiday destinations like Tunisia to the unusual like Ivory Coast and Republic of Guinea. She enjoyed her activity holidays of skiing in Bulgaria and Canada and site seeing holidays in Egypt, China, India, Hong Kong, Russia and Vietnam. She enjoyed reading crime fiction books. She also enjoyed time spent with her friends and colleagues from Prince Charles Hospital.
Meg is survived by her husband, Dr Sele Musa, daughters Cerys Ashley and Caru Wango Musa, mother, Sheila Hopkins, grand-son, Morgan Ashley, niece Laura Griffiths and a host of relatives and friends. Meg’s death leaves an everlasting void in the lives of her family, friends and Cwm Care Limited. Rest in peace wife, mother, aunty, nan, friend and colleague.