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    Thomas Salifu Sesay Vanasse survived an attack in his native Sierra Leone and came to the Kansas City area for medical treatment in 2001. He was adopted by the Vanasse family in Olathe. Salifu was laid to rest in a green burial service at Oak Hill Cemetery in Lawrence after dying in his sleep on Nov. 17, 2016.

Thomas Salifu Sesay Vanasse survived an attack in his native Sierra Leone and came to the Kansas City area for medical treatment in 2001. He was adopted by the Vanasse family in Olathe. Salifu was laid to rest in a green burial service at Oak Hill Cemetery in Lawrence after dying in his sleep on Nov. 17, 2016. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
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