- 70 years old
- Date of birth: May 6, 1945
- Place of birth:
Abiriba, Abia, Nigeria
- Date of passing: Oct 1, 2015
- Place of passing:
Lynchburg, Virginia, United States
|Let the memory and legacy of KAN be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our Loved Brother, Husband, Uncle and Father, Chief Kalu Agwu Nnanna, Comptroller of Customs(Rtd) , born on May 6, 1945 and passed away on October 1, 2015 at the age of 70 years.
We will remember and love him forever.
October 31, 2015: Body arrives Port-Harcort Nigeria from Baltimore, United States of America
November 01,2015: Body leaves Military Hospital Mortuary to His residence in Port-harcourt and onward to Allied Mortuary in Aba, Abia State
December 27, 2015: Body leaves Allied Morturay Aba for his Hometown Abiriba in Ohafia LGA Abia State
December 28, 2015: Body is laid to rest at His residence, Okpu Achi Amamba in Abiriba, Ohafia LGA, Abia State
May the Soul of our dearly departed, rest in the bosom of the Almighty.
"Rest on Daddie!
God bless your soul!"
"you were the best uncle, father etc anyone would wish for. your memories are forever cherished. i love you deeply. Rest in Peace."
God bless your gentle soul."
"Oga Nnnanna, as I used to call you, a well disciplined and an articulate client of ours that carry the 3h's acronym, " Humble, Honest and Honored, I can't believe you are gone, I keep remembering the last time we spoke, we all missed you @ Cashcraft. may your gentle soul rest in Peace."
"After the tears have dried and the goodbyes have been said, all we have to hold onto are the happy memories that we’ve shared with our loved ones who have passed, this is what keeps them alive in our hearts and in our minds, and they will continue to live on, through us. My condolences."
"May his gentle soul rest in the bosom of the Lord. May God comfort all the family members and grant them the strength to bear the loss. It is well"
"It's well,Agwu and Patti! Be strengthened and may the Holy Spirit comfort you at this time."
"The memory that stands out most in my mind is the way he used to laugh, it was deep and soulful and always made you happy when you heard it. I loved going over to his house as a kid, mostly to play with Agwu, but also because uncle always had the best treats for us kids. He bought me my first lego set and I had so much fun building a lego city for the rest of my toys back then. Uncle you will be greatly missed. Rest in peace."
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