my love 5
Laraba Yeluwa Emokpaire
  • 42 years old
  • Date of birth: May 29, 1972
  • Place of birth:
    Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Date of passing: Jun 8, 2014
  • Place of passing:
    Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria
Let the memory of Laraba be with us forever

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Laraba Yeluwa Emokpaire, 42, born on May 29, 1972 and passed away on June 8, 2014. We will remember her forever.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Yetunde sosanya on 9th June 2016

"Continue to sleep on dearest.  God loves you so much hence He took you to be with Him"

This tribute was added by Vincent Emokpaire on 9th June 2016

"You will always be missed. My brother misses you alot, your children misses you. Wish you didn't have to leave. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord..."

This tribute was added by yomi Akinola on 9th June 2016

"No one can ever fill the big vacuum you left in our life. I miss you so much and i feel all the pains i am going thru would never be there if you still with us. My whole Family miss you greatly and words cant express the extend........................."

This tribute was added by Simeon Emokpaire on 9th June 2016

"Two years gone by and still cannot hold, talk and laugh with you. No one to plan projects with, no one by my side telling me and pushing me with all encouragement and assurance that i can do it, it is posible , you will succeed. Well i am grateful to almighty God through our Lord Jesus Christ who has and is our rock and pillar that has been for me and the children. Sleep on peacefully in the bossom of the Lord."

This tribute was added by Simeon Emokpaire on 8th June 2015

"My Dearest Laraba,
You were a gift God sent me from day one, rare gem of a (mum) (and wife) , we lost you in your prime, you are irreplaceable we love you, your children miss u dearly, I am so glad you chose me to be your husband. Angel Yeluwa you were the most precious loving wife and mother that ever existed. If you only knew how much you taught me in our journey here on earth together. You taught me how to truly treat a women and be that special man, father and head of a family! You made me and the children envy of other family. They will never be another woman that will be able to come close to filling your shoes. You are a one of a kind, my one and only true love, we are devastated but God loves you best, we will forever cherish your memory, you are gone but not forgotten.  Until we meet again my Angel Yeluwa      I will always think about you daily of the beautiful memory left behind  that is always followed by your absence that bring silence grief. Rest peacefully in the bosom of our lord till we meet again"

This tribute was added by Simeon Emokpaire on 4th June 2015

"Hmmmmm, 29th May should have been a day you add another year to to yours years, a day that the entire house would have gone aglow filled with laughter and hidden gifts by your children but your sudden departure has deprieved us of that. However, your LOVE leaves us a memmopry that cannot be stolen or discarded by anyone but sometimes it leaves heartaches that no one can heal but we are console all the time with the scriptures in 2Cor 5:1, Phil 1:21; Psm 116:15 and Rv 14:13. Hubby & Children"

This tribute was added by Yetunde sosanya on 3rd June 2015

"happy posthumous birthday to my darling sis. sleep on beloved"

This tribute was added by Eleojo Ogungbe on 10th August 2014

"Dearest Aburo,
I am really proud to have known you and have the priviledge of calling you my sister, though we had our ups and downs but hey! which siblings doesn't, we always come to agree with each other eventually. It is still like a dream to me that you are gone.
I was going through my phone last night and I came across four of your last text messages to me, I read them over and over and this did bring tears streaming down my face. Though it's two months today 8/8/14 since you said goodbye to this sinful world, you are constantly in my heart and I will always light a candle for you.
It hurts so much not because you are on a journey to return but because you are never gonna come back.
I miss you so much and it sucks knowing that I can't just pickup my phone, dial your number and hear your voice on the other end.
I won't ever forget you because you were my friend, my adviser, my number one fan who constantly cheers me on when i'm on the right path and when I slip, you are always there to walk with me.
Lastly, you are my beautiful and strong sister, I love you so much but it is time for God to take care of you. Thanks for the time spent with you growing up, thanks for the times back at school then, thanks for the light and smile you brought to peoples lives.
Rest in Peace my darling sister till we all meet to part no more.
Sun re o aburo mi atata.

Eleojo Haddyza Ogungbe."

This tribute was added by Tope Oloniniyi on 10th July 2014

"Ps 116:15 Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints. We missed you but heaven gained you. We take solace in knowing the that you are with the Lord and that we shall see you again on the resurrection morning. Until then, we are encouraged by the memories of your ever charming smiles, the warmth of the motherly attention you brought to everyone and everything, the distinctive touch of a committed wife and godly woman you brought to your community. You are an excellent mother that laid a solid foundation and bowed out knowing that God that worked through you will continue the work without you. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord till we meet to part no more."

This tribute was added by Yetunde sosanya on 10th July 2014

"I love you dearest sis but God loves you more. though am still in shock but I know it is well. I will really miss your lovely smile, words of encouragement, rare spirit of forgiveness and your total commitment and dedication to God's work and the church. The only regret and pain I have is that I didn't have the chance to say goodbye and it cuts deep but I take solace and comfort in God coz i know you are resting in Him and for the lovely family you left behind. Sleep on dearest sis."

This tribute was added by Jabel Momoh on 9th July 2014

"Words alone can not express my feelings on your sudden demise from this sinful world, but we take solace that you are resting in the bosom of your creator GOD. Olori as i used to call you then. Rest In Peace our dear beloved LARA. My Chief Simeon, take heart for it is well, we can not question God the all seeing and all knowing Jehovah (Allah)"

This tribute was added by Polycarp Omesa on 8th July 2014

"She was a Jewel to you my brother. She will be forever missed by all who knew her and those lives that she touched in one way or the other. Rest in peace Laraba."

This tribute was added by Simeon Emokpaire on 8th July 2014

"Your departure has left us a terrible wound and a vacuum that nobody can fill except Jesus Christ. Your Children are always thankful for the foundation you laid for them but find it difficult to accept that you are no more around to give them the lovely talk of life, the swweet aroma of your delicious cakes and food and the discipline of a mother. I cant just but think of you every hour of what a wonderful gift of a wife you are to me, i will always choose you again if God permit me but in all our consolation is that you are born again child of God who is resting in the bossom of the Lord rest on my confidant, my Love, my comfort , my...............all
Your Hubby Simeon"

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