Counselor Farmere Stubblefield Dies


The death is announced of Counselor Farmere Stubblefield, head of the Simpson Law Firm, which sad event occurred at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center on Saturday, January 30, 2021. He was in his 66th year.

Cllr. Stubblefield suddenly fell ill on Saturday morning, January 30, and drove himself to the JFK, where he died shortly thereafter.

A graduate of Wells Hairston on Mechlin Street in Monrovia, Liberia, where he obtained his high school diploma, Farmere entered the University of Liberia, where he attained the Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. He then entered the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law and earned a Bachelor of Law degree.  He later travelled to the United States, enrolled at the University of Maryland and took the Master’s degree in Social Work.  

At the time of his death, he served as a member of Supreme Court of Liberia Grievance and Ethics Committee.

Cllr. Stubblefield is survived by his wife, Mrs. Charlotte Stewart Stubblefield, his children Weyatta, Sie Y. Nne, Jared, Dakinah, Gnepu, James, Jusu and many other relatives.

Mrs. Elfrieda Stewart Tamba said her brother-in-law, Counselor Famere Stubblefield, was a man whose generosity had no bounds, adding, he is “really and truly missed. Gone too soon!”


  1. May the Soul of Counselor Farmere G. Stubblefield rest in peace. Absolutely, Cllr. Stubblefield was a generous Friend. Late Counsellor, was a member of the Board of Directors of our Community-based law and Human Rights Agency Law Office; Africa Center for Law and Human Rights, Inc., located at, 77 Broad St, 3rd Floor, Presbyterian Building, Monrovia, Liberia.


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