Friends have said: “Birdie was the most loving and caring person I’ve ever met. She is remembered still by people who have only met her for a moment. She cared about people and stood for human rights. She truly had a heart of gold. I know her spirit is in a better place. Birdie. you will always be missed and I love you.”

Birdie also has an obituary at ancientfaces.

Birdie’s Leaf is located at the Seattle Central Library. If you have photos or memories of Birdie, please comment.

One Response to “Zamphra “Birdie” (Peters) Opoku 1968-2012”

  • Willow says:

    Birdie you were the best person I ever met. And there is only sadness because you are not still here with me. I will never forget you. We had some great times. Hard times too. But we loved eachother. I know your ok. I love you

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