- 54 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 26, 1958
- Date of passing: May 14, 2013
- Place of passing:
ABUJA, FCT, Nigeria
|Let the memory of Dr Chinwuba be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Dr Chinwuba Amaechina, 54, born on December 26, 1958 and passed away on May 14, 2013. We will remember him forever.
"Your memory lingers. Sweet memories. May you continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord. May God be with your wife and children and all of us"
"Three years now! Sleep on Doctor. You are forever missed."
"Happy Birthday, dear big bros in heaven! You are sorely missed!. Ur legacy lives on...just shared ur story with a colleague the other day, I will never forget ur compassion, generosity and kindness to others. So sad you had to go early, the world really needs people like u! We thank God for His faithfulness to IJ and the kids...sleep on, dear, till we meet to part no more."
"Uba be anyi! Uncle Uba!, to say we miss u is a huge understatement! . So many things I would have been sharing with u, my big bros!.Two years have not taken away the pain but God has been more than faithful, IJ and d kids are doing fine and we are consoled by the fact u are resting peacefully in the bosom of our Lord. Continue to rest in peace. Love u."
"Since you left 48 months ago on May 14 , 2013-Chinny has grown into a tall beautiful chic, Dumebi is pulling her weight at school, Chinelo is now a student at Queens College,Sonma has maintained her position of primes inter pares.Guess what, she now robes in the choir. The baby clairvoyant Zite has continued to be the child leader.Ij, Sweet me a great and wonderful ambassador of Christ has continued to hold forth and lift the banner high.We are all proud of her. Continue to smile and watch over them from heaven. We shall never forget the smiling and compassionate doctor with gifted hands We shall keep you posted."
"His transition was like an earthquake ,congratulation to all who survived this earthquake even though it has left a gapping wound in the heart and mind. Only the great physician (uncle Uba is his discipline) can heal this wound but the scar will remain forever."
"Some things in life we simply can't comprehend- a priceless, compassionate human being like you departing so prematurely from these mortal shores. You'll forever be missed by our entire family for all the wonderful qualities you embodied. Chuba, you were truly the dream in-law. Rest on dearest brother."
"Big Brother, it is two years now you left and we miss you greatly although you live in our hearts. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Almighty God till we meet to part no more."
"Its still hard to believe........we still miss you. May your soul continue to rest peace. Opa N' Nri"
"My dear big cousin!!!, to say we miss u is an understatement! On ur birthday yesterday, I was reminded of the cruelty of death, would ve called u to wish u a happy birthday n enjoyed to chat with u! But alas, you are in a better place now. God has kept his promises to Ijay n ur kids. It is well. Sleep on, my dear. Till we meet to part no more"
May your legacy of excellence , dedication and kindness live for ever ."
"You will continue to live in our hearts , your legacies is an encouragement for we the younger generation. God knows the best , God loves u most."
"Uncle Uba,it's been one whole year since ur exit to heaven. Indeed, our God is faithful, He has kept His promise to your wife and kids and all of us mourning you. I thank God for the life u lived here on earth- an unequalled legacy! You will live forever in our hearts. Love u soo much. Continue to rest in the blossom of our Lord."
"Words can't express how i felt when i heard of your demise on 15 May 2013, while in class (PRE572) it was so hard to accept. How can i forget your support and encouragement while i was at fgc okigwe, my holidays in Enugu or is it during my days in Uniben, words fail me...oh Death. An outstanding Uncle you were, putting others first before yourself. Thank you for giving me a life. Continue to Rest in Christ."
"It was indeed a shock and a premature exit Uncle Uba! I saw you as a gentle, kind, loving, humble soul. Dr Enemuo referred you to my dad and you became one of his tenants. Everyone enjoyed your presence at 34 Udenweze street. You were so easy to talk to. You carried out a successful lumpectomy on my sister and we came to respect and love you more. You always smiled...always. It was your endearing feature. Your love for family was astounding too. Your home was opened to your nieces and nephews, cousins and friends that through that one act, we were all privileged to know and interact with the wonderful people in your world- the Amaechina clan. Amaka, Oge, Njide, Obi, Okezie, Oby- RIP, Ebele, Nkem, Odinuko, endless list here. Even in your death, you still live and shine on!! Thank you for the gifts you brought with you- Timeless and I pray God to ever console your wife and children and may their lives touch our world the way yours did.
We all miss you. Rest on in the loving embrace of our God till we meet to part no more."
"Dear Brother, one year has passed since that day when your creator called you to rest in his bossom but you still live in our hearts. Keep resting till me meet to part no more. We miss you dearly."
"Happy Birthday in Heaven, my dear Uncle Uba!. We miss u soo much and 7 months have not taken away the pain of your demise here on earth. But we continue to take solace in the fact that you are in heaven resting after your hard work and service to humanity here. Sleep on beautifully in the bossom of our lord....."
"To live in the hearts of those you have touch is to attain immortality. you are our great mentor . you have inspired me and many others to what we are today. I can only say good night for we shall see at dawn."
"TRIBUTE TO ‘THE PATIENT’ DOCTOR In this generation when people worked based on how much they can gain monetarily you work tireless for one thing – ‘the patient’
Your passion for ‘the patient’ knew no bound Your indefatigable energy for ‘the patient’ day and night is legendary ------------------- Without doubt you are called to be a doctor and you stayed committed to your calling till the end"
"Words can not be expressed or spoken, upon hearing your sudden departure to be with our Lord. We are going to miss your smile. All I, Ijeoma Anukwu,nee Amaechina can see....is the smile and gentle humor and soft spoken voice. May God continue to bless your gentle soul. Rest in peace, Chuba anyi, we are really going to miss you so dearly."
"I'm still short of words, but I take solace in the fact that God is good and His mercy endures forever! He never leaves His people alone. I believe that you are resting in the bosom of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ! Rest in peace, dear brother, till we meet to part no more. It is well!"
"Uba nwokem, it's been difficult to believe that you are gone. Still remember our last meeting at the National Hospital, Abuja and the jokes we shared before we parted.. You still wore your ever present smile. You will be sorely missed by all who knew you. Your devotion to your family, patients and friends was unrivaled. Good bye my dear friend."
"CHINWUBA!!! Your death is shock of my life and that brings to memory the very common adage that says "N'etiti Ndu anyi no n'onwu". Your Hippocratic oath was not theory rather you demonstrated what it means to serve patients. For me, the hard lesson is to know Christ, abide in His power, fellowship in His suffering and preach the Gospel with time consciousness knowing that time is short."
"Words fail me; I find it difficult to put pen to paper, but i asked God to give me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. Dr Uba was one in a million Uncle, who put others first before himself. I never expected it to end this soon, not even in the next fifty years to come. But death caught me unaware.Your legacies lives on! Adieu,sleep on Uncle"
"my dear uncle Uba, i was shocked when i heard about ur death, we didt see ur death coming, if we did we would have prayed maybe God will keep u for us but i know dat God knows d best and every thing happen for a reason. we will miss u so much, may ur gentle soul rest in d bossom of d lord.May God give ur wife d heart to bear dis great loss. Adieu good uncle till we meet to path no more"
"my dear uncle Uba, i was shocked when i heard about ur death, words alone cannot express how i feel, we didt see it coming, if we did we would have prayed maybe God will keep u for us but i kn dat God knows d best and every thing happen for a reason. we will miss u. i pray that God will give ur wife d heart to bear dis great loss. Adieu good uncle till we meet to path no more."
"Uncle Uba, i was shocked when i heard the news about ur death. my parents and i were short of words.... "if dis can happen to uncle uba who then are we to talk (our doctor of all cases)" its a pity the cold hands of death snatched u away from us, it did not allow u pass the baton to emeka enuka who has always seen u as his role model. RIP uncle, till we meet again."
"I just got to know about the passing of Dr Chuba Amaechina from my very good friend, Oge (his cousin). Though I did not know Chuba personally, through Oge I got to know the Amaechina family: Daddy & Mummy, Emeka, Ukamaka (in US), Ebele & Oby. So I'd like to express my sincere sympathy to the entire family, especially Chuba's wife and children. May God our Father of comfort console you all."
"Uncle Uba, words cannot express the way i felt when i heard the news but God knows best cos he gives and takes away. I remember when i found out that you liked Celine Dion and Danielle Steele, who were my favorites then,I said to myself that this my uncle must be a very loving,romantic and caring man and truly you were all those and more. May your soul rest in perfect peace. Amen!!"
"Aijay, do you know there is another fellowship in heaven, i know there is another fellowship in heaven.
Jesus is the resurrection and life, he that believes in Him, though he dies, he shall live and whoever lives and believes in Him, shall never die. Uba, we shall meet again on resurrection morn."
"Sleep on, belovèd, sleep, and take thy rest;
Lay down thy head upon the Savior’s breast;
We love thee well,but Jesus loves thee best—
Good night! Good night! Good night!"
"Man that is born of a woman has but a short time to live, and is full of misery. He comes up and is cut down like a flower; he flees as like a shadow and never continues in one stay.
In the midst of life, we are in death. RIP our dear doctor. It is so sad to say goodbye to you."
"Uncle Uba!Uncle Uba!, I still cry as i write this. Death has snatched u away from us physically but u will remain with us in our hearts till we meet to part no more. You were such a good man,an exemplary physician,u personally inspired me,u touched d hearts of many and u served God. May almighty God console us especially ur lovely wife n 5 kids. RIP,my dear big cousin ."
"I recall when we were growing up, how you guided me in all things: morals, ethics, studying, playing and wrestling with mates. You were wiser than your age then. No wonder you were always the brightest in your class, a shining example for us all. You always excelled in all you did. You were a born leader and motivator. Its incredible that you are no more physically around us."
"A thorough bred OPA. I call on my fellow Opas and Oparess(es) the Atuilamas our in-laws especially the Ekwegbalus, all his colleagues, and friends our well wishers wipe away the tears and forge ahead. I call on you all to be strong and of good courage there is so much land to possess. What did the LORD say to Joshua after the death of Moses? Joshua 1vs1-9. The LORD is with us."
"Chinwuba was God fearing, a gentle man, a great guy, very compassionate, very loyal, very committed, very dedicated, very humble, hardworking, a trail blazer, a shining star, full of passion, a coach, a mentor, tenacious, a man of vision, a leader, an inspiration. He was a man with character and intergrity. Zero tolerance for corrupt practices. Chuba we will surely and sorely miss you."