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BRIDGET CHIOMA EVULEOCHA
  • 76 years old
  • Date of birth: Feb 15, 1937
  • Place of birth:
    Oparanadim, Imo, Nigeria
  • Date of passing: Dec 8, 2013
  • Place of passing:
    Abuja, Nigeria
"To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die: a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal . . ." Ecclesiastes 3:1-8

This memorial website was created in remembrance of our loved one, Mama BRIDGET EVULEOCHA, 76, born on February 15, 1937 and called home to the Lord on December 8, 2013. Mama, you will forever live in our hearts!

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by stevina evuleocha on 8th December 2016

"Mommy dearest, today is the 3rd anniversary of your call to glory. I still want to talk to you; to ask your advice as in the past & most of all to hear your gentle calming voice again. It is with a sense of total abandonment to the will of God that I must let go, content that you rest in the bosom of the almighty.

Miss you loads,

Nne"

This tribute was added by stevina evuleocha on 15th February 2016

"Dearest Mommy,

Not a single day goes by that I don’t think of you, miss you, love you, and thank God that I was blessed to be your daughter. I am looking up today and I trust you are looking down with a smile. Because you would have been 79 years old today, I am insisting on smiles and not a single tear because I know you would have preferred it to be so.

Happy birthday mom & love always,

Nne"

This tribute was added by stevina evuleocha on 8th December 2015

"Mama,

As the days turned into weeks, and weeks turned into months, it was hard to picture you away from us. Now the months have turned into years, and alas it has been two years!

I can't remember conversations w/my siblings in which we didn't talk about you as if you were on a trip. That imagery has allowed me to cope, and while I know you are resting in the loving embrace of the LORD, there are days I want to call you on the phone...then I remember.

But your legacy lives on. I can't tell you how often I pray that God will give me half the heart he gave you.

Sleep on mom, till we meet  to part no more.

Love always...Nne"

This tribute was added by Steph Uwakweh on 15th February 2015

"Beloved Mummy,

On the occasion of what would have been your 78th birthday, we celebrate you for everything you stood for while on this side of eternity. You were one in a billion, and you are daily in my thoughts. I love you dearly and will forever be thankful to God for the gift of you. Continue to rejoice in paradise, Ada-Zion! I miss you..."

This tribute was added by stevina evuleocha on 14th February 2015

"Mommy dearest,

You would have turned 78 years today! We remember. We are certain however that you are celebrating with the angels in heaven.

Our parish is saying mass for you on your birthday, and as hard as it is to believe you are no more with us, your love abounds and we take comfort in the many memories of you we will carry with us forever. Happy birthday mom!

Love always,

Uche"

This tribute was added by Steph Uwakweh on 8th December 2014

"Mummy dearest, it's been one long year since you joined the saints triumphant. We miss you immensely, but find solace in knowing you are home at last and shall live in perfect peace forever. You live on in our hearts. Love forever!"

This tribute was added by Steph Uwakweh on 10th September 2014

"Forever missed and loved!"

This tribute was added by Steph Amaka Evuleocha-Uwakweh on 16th February 2014

"Happiest of birthdays, dearest Mummy Kings! No day passes that I do not think about you. I miss you dearly, Mummy! I join the heavenly host in celebrating you because you were one in a million. Onyechimgoziri, Onyetugo... keep smiling for you shall never again experience pain nor shed tears of sorrow. Love you forever!"

This tribute was added by steph Evuleocha on 15th February 2014

"Happy Birthday Mama! We just finished celebrating your life today.....  Everyone sang a happy birthday song and everyone who met you during your treatment said a prayer for you. I love You Kings! Love you so so so much. Adieu Mummy kings....."

This tribute was added by Stevina Evuleocha on 15th February 2014

"Mama,

You would have turned 77 today! We are so convinced the angels are having a fun celebration with you in heaven today that it softens the blow of not calling to sing to you. Nevertheless, I will still sing to you in my heart where you will always be.

Love always,

Uche"

This tribute was added by Reke Evuleocha on 15th February 2014

"Even now thoughts of her leave a smile on my face, not sorrow or sadness but joy; because I know she finished well (eternally). Mommy was fun, even in her aggressiveness sometimes because I knew everything was motivated by love from her heart. I remember her droping me off at the park personally when I came for holiday in Owerri, and she gave me a loving hug for my departure. Asking me concerning marriage (smiles) like any mother. Her delicious soups, and her genuine love for God. I will never forget het and I am thankful to the Lord for bringing her home to His very own bosom. R.I.P. Mama till we see again in Jesus Name, Amen."

This tribute was added by Reke Evuleocha on 15th February 2014

"Even now thoughts of her leave a smile on my face, not sorrow or sadness but joy; because I know she finished well (eternally). Mommy was fun, even in her aggressiveness sometimes because I knew everything was motivated by love from her heart. I remember her droping me off at the park personally when I came for holiday in Owerri, and she gave me a loving hug for my departure. Asking me concerning marriage (smiles) like any mother. Her delicious soups, and her genuine love for God. I will never forget het and I am thankful to the Lord for bringing her home to His very own bosom. R.I.P. Mama till we see again in Jesus Name, Amen."

This tribute was added by Mwuese Ugbah on 15th February 2014

""What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch". You have been a loving and caring mother to us all,  we may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that you passed on, but that you lived. And that your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget. You will be forever remembered. Jacinta M. Ugbah"

This tribute was added by Leslye Obiora on 1st February 2014

"Uche, "Mgboto Owerri": I will always fondly remember your mom's quiet, yet forceful and fortifying, presence. Please accept my sympathy and may her soul rest in peace. Hugs, Leslye"

This tribute was added by The Nwabuogu Family on 30th January 2014

"Nne-nne "Biri"- A spotless pretty ebony-black woman of the sixties. A woman of few measured words whose well-rounded sparkling eyes commanded respect and exuded reverence. A woman of faith,determ-
ination and endurance, courageous merciful and forgiving.Rest in
perfect peace! We'll miss you dearly. Margaret Nwabuogu& Family."

This tribute was added by Rose Mezu on 26th December 2013

"Thursday, December 26, 2013

To Mrs. Bridget Evuleocha + - a Tribute

Our earthly life is ever a lesson on how we handle the experiences that come our way - some good, some not-so-good, some foreseen, some unforeseen - but whatever the fabric of our experiences, it is how we wear the cloak made out of this fabric that defines who we are.

Nda Bridget, Ebony beauty, you wore your cloak of life's  mélange of experiences with a quiet, serene grace. You were patient in adversity, and so naturally became a mother to many. And through all the ups and downs of life, you somehow found a strength and a spiritual toughness that steadied you, anchoring you on that Eternal Rock that is equally all our Anchor.  

On the Memorial of Our Lady's Immaculate Conception - December 8, an auspicious day, indeed - You passed on to an eternity of joys which no floods nor torrents can wash away, nor can even an earthquake shake off your firm grasp of Divine Love's tender, caressing Hand!

With Mother Mary leading the way through Jesus' merciful Heart, as through and open gate, you've now passed through to Love's abode where there is bliss forever.

Yes, to everything, there is a season!  This is your season to return to the Architect of Life. Your earthly pilgrimage is ended. And now, may your patient, cleansed Soul rest in perfect peace!

Professor Rose Ure Mezu née Okeke"

This tribute was added by Steph Amaka Evuleocha-Uwakweh on 24th December 2013

""Many daughters have done virtuously, but thou excellest them all." Proverbs 31:29

Dearest Mummy, if tears could bring you back, I know you’ll still be here with us, but we resign to God’s will and divine order. When all else wavered, you remained a constant presence in our lives. For God and your loved ones, you held back nothing and would have most gladly plucked out your eyes for any of your children. You were a rare beauty with a first-rate mind, yet you wore simplicity and humility like cloaks. Every moment in your presence felt like drinking from the fount of wisdom and knowledge.

Thanks for setting an unmatched standard of excellence in every sphere of life. Time and time again, I saw you share whatever you had with the less privileged even to your own hurt. You were a phenomenal human being; you were ever giving and forgiving even when you had ample reasons to be bitter and vengeful. You made a palpable difference in the lives of so many people. You were one of the most authentic people to ever walk this earth. Through the murky terrain of life, you hurdled life’s hurdles with grace, dignity and resolve. The brilliant light you so diligently lit now burns in our hearts, and in those of our children who will carry on your legacy of uprightness, sacrifice, courage, benevolence, truthfulness and shrewdness.

Even though our hearts are broken at your transition, our consolation/joy is that God called you home when you were certified to be of heavenly quality, like Ure says. I find great solace in knowing that in your latter years, you renounced unscriptural dogmas as you embraced the sincere milk of the Word. By the mercies of God, you put aside the superfluity of naughtiness, and received with meekness the engrafted word which was able to save your soul. God willing, when I cross that pearly gate, yours will be one of the first faces I shall look out for.

Till we meet to part no more, be rest assured that, by the grace of God, we shall take care of one another as you taught us, and strife to enter through the narrow gate as you have done. You were one of the greatest blessings of my life, and I shall deeply miss you! Undoubtedly, you fought the good fight, you finished the race, and you kept the faith. Finally, there is laid up for you the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, promised to give on that day to all who have loved His appearing- 2 Timothy 4:7-8. Hallelujah! Onye obioma, Ada Zion, Agu-nwanyi, M-Kings… Laa n’udo!  I Love you forever, Mummy dearest!"

This tribute was added by Celestine-Oscar Evuleocha on 23rd December 2013

"My Aunty affectionately called ‘Madam’ was well-liked and respected.
A Graceful, Enviable and Angelic woman. .
Hers was brevity in her endurance and perseverance."


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