Juliet Amuneke
  • 61 years old
  • Date of birth: Apr 26, 1954
  • Date of passing: Jan 6, 2016
Let the memory of Juliet be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Juliet Amuneke, 61, born on April 26, 1954 and passed away on January 6, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Linda Bworggah on 27th January 2016

"Ma Juliet, I am lost of words. I know so unlike me because at work it was easy to address co-workers but this.....my heart hurts, I have all these mixed feelings, i'm mad, confused, asking why....I wanna wake up from this horrible 'dream' and see you again, talk to you again, hug you again.....I love you! I miss you! You will forever live in my heart.You were truly ONE IN A MILLION. God be with you and May HE watch over your beautiful family."

This tribute was added by Obi Mbawuike on 20th January 2016

"Aunty, your death has come as a shock to all. Very unexpected but only God knows why. I know the pain has ceased for you. Your life was Saint-like, always peaceful, full of life and cheerful to all. Many would attest to your love and caring. Your death has taught us to cherish every moment with Everyone! You will always be remembered!!!"

This tribute was added by Helen Amuneke Nlemadim on 18th January 2016

"Hmmm! What will I say! Am still in shock to believe that Aunty Julie left so soon. Rememberly the way she used to call me "Oly Baby" ....that her voice of praise that she usually say it to me; makes me disbelieve that she is gone so soon. I will miss her a lot and I know she is resting and at peace with God almighty. RIP"

This tribute was added by Roselyn Vince Chinwuba on 18th January 2016

"Aunty Julie, words cannot explain how I feel about you passing. However, I will always remember the good times we had, the long phone conversations , the lessons you taught me about marriage and how to be a good wife, you cared about my well being, your kind heart glowed when I first met you and remained the same, etc. and the gift you gave me. I remembered many times you told my mom that both of you were sharing me as your daughter.  Then it done on me that the  night you were taken to the hospital was the last time I spoke to you . There has been so many times I wanted to call you and realized that God had a different plan. So I thank God for allowing you to share your light before he took you. I will reeeeeaaaaalllllyyyyyyy miss you aunty! !"

This tribute was added by Mishal Njoku on 18th January 2016

"Where do I start? Aunty from the time I met you 5 years ago you showed me and my wife so much love. You would call me out of no where just to check on me. You met my siblings and showed them so much love.. Your spirit and love still lives on in our hearts. I know your smiling and dancing in heaven.. We live you.. Rest in heaven.."

This tribute was added by Njemanze Thelma on 18th January 2016

"My dear Aunty, you have made an everlasting legacy to all who have had the honor to have known you. Having you as a part of my life,all our lives has been more than a blessing. I think back to all the fond moments with you over the years. You were brave,strong  ,a cheerful fun - loving person who was full of life. I'll always remember what a special person you were to all of us. You left us all too soon but God knows best. You are with us forever in our hearts and memories. Rest in peace my lovely Aunty Julie. We miss and love you"

This tribute was added by Julia Curr-kiawu on 17th January 2016

""What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us."   Rest in peace mother"

This tribute was added by Dike Chuku Alekiri on 17th January 2016

"Thank You Ma.. You gave Us all.. We know Your in a better place now.."

This tribute was added by Daberechi Amuneke on 17th January 2016

"We call you Juili Reymo. The iron Lady, The news came as a shock to me. But God knows better. God we Amunekes home and abroad pray for the soul of our wife. We all love you, but God loves you more. RIP."

This tribute was added by Amuneke Elizabeth on 17th January 2016

"Hmmmm, its still like a dream..Nda Julie Raymo as she was fondly called in the family is a very cheerful woman,remembered of her gentle speeches
All the Amuneke family miss you but God loves you more.Adieu Nda Julie new Njemanze"

This tribute was added by Amuneke Elizabeth on 17th January 2016

"Hmmmm, its still like a dream..Nda Julie Raymo as she was fondly called in the family is a very cheerful woman,remembered of her gentle speeches
All the Amuneke family miss you but God loves you more.Adieu Nda Julie new Njemanze"

This tribute was added by Kalani Vońer on 16th January 2016

"Mama Juliet you know you were dearest to my heart you took m in as your on daughter and advised me like I was your on daughter. Words cannot express the pain in feeling right now. You always had my back and that I am grateful . I wish I could just talk to you on more time. You will forever be missed and forever be in my heart. You worked so hard and loved your family. One I admired wad your giving heart you always took everyone into your heart and always kept in touch. I remember our last conversation you told me you love me. I will never forget those words love you mama juilet"

This tribute was added by Oluchi Mbah on 16th January 2016

"Aunty your death came as a shock to me. I remember the first time i met you, i was very new to Wichita and the work environment. You took me under your wings. You would tell everyone who cared to listen i was your future daughter inlaw. When you do not hear from me for morethan 24 hours, you will call me asking me what you have done wrong and how much you love me as the daughter you never had. You got to know every member of my family through me. You showered my parents with gifts and love whenever they visited from Nigeria. They always asked after you. You charmed them with your amazing personality. When obi was about to wed and i informed you, you were upset because i told you late. You showed up at the house and was already trying to plan Obi's wedding for him. Aunty remembering all the amazing memories i had of you, brings tears to my eyes. You were my second mother and will always remain in my heart. Ijeoma!!!!!"

This tribute was added by Obinna Amuneke on 16th January 2016

"Julie, Julie, Juliet, muuuuummy, where are you? My gratitude goes to God for a well spent life, your love, care, curiosity, discipline, transparency and fighting spirit will for ever live in my memory, there is nothing that I can use to quantify your womanhood, I call you a great woman, a fighter and winner, even while looking at you at the hospital I didn't t give up because I had my spirit and hopes on God for you to get well..all your good works and way of life would continue to be in us all, I would not rest on my oars till I have all that you want accomplished. Mom let my God grant you eternal and ever lasting peace and rest in his bossom..love you Mom."

This tribute was added by Peter Ogbonna on 16th January 2016

"Tears drop my eyes as i leave tribute bcos its so early to do that.... mummy that is how we call you.... you care and love your son's friends just like your own kids... always giving a listen ear..Oh my God i am going to miss you so much...you are a good mother, a woman of Virtue, Mummy ga nke oma..... till i see you again never to part no more... you will always leave in our heart... Ga nke oma Julie."

This tribute was added by Uchechi Njemanze on 16th January 2016

"Aunty...seeing ur pix reminds me of u....our hearts are heavy....jus no ur family misses u sooooo much.its unbelievable ur gone....each time d tot of u crosses my mind...its unbelievable u r gone.We prayd believn for a miracle but God nos y it happened this way..........................................We luv u Aunty. We miss u. Luv u......"

This tribute was added by Marlene Clarke on 15th January 2016

"My dear friend Julie,
If only I could turn back time, I would have stopped by that evenning you called, if only just to keep you calm then maybe you would still be here.  However, only God knows why... God looked around and saw your pain, He put his loving arms around you and lifted you to rest. He saw the road was getting rough. And the hills were hard to climb. So he closed your weary eyelids. And whispered "Peace be thine" It break our hearts to lose you.  But you didn't go alone. For part of us went with you. The day God called you home.
Rest in perfect peace my friend!  Love you always!!! Marlene."


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