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LOLOH FORTUNATUS FORTUNATUS FUBARA
  • 70 years old
  • Date of birth: Sep 28, 1944
  • Date of passing: Jun 25, 2015
Let the memory of LOLOH FORTUNATUS be with us forever

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, LOLOH FORTUNATUS FUBARA, 70, born on September 28, 1944 and passed away on June 25, 2015. We will remember him forever.

Loloh Fubara was born in Tombia on 28 September 1944 into the family of the late Chief Dabiri Douglas Olu-Fubara of OLU Kpo of Fubara Dikki of Tombia and the late Eunice Obuta Fubara of Natrebo compound of Tombia in Degema Local Government Area of Rivers State of the federal Republic of Nigeria.

 

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Amonia Oke on 14th July 2016

"Tribute to my dearest uncle. If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane. I would walk up to heaven and bring you back again, no farewell words were spoken,no time to say "Goodbye " you were gone before I knew it,and only God knows why. Uncle Loloh I was extremely fortunate to have you as my uncle and friend. Rest in peace in the arms of the angels."

This tribute was added by Vickie Zion on 25th June 2016

"It's a year since you left us Uncle,  I still remember you like its yesterday you left. I remember this day last year when my Dad told me you had passed on to the great beyond.  I couldn't believe it..... I was like 'it's not true,  I chatted with you today and you replied me "Hi Big Princess, been very ill" '. I dialed your number and you didn't pick, I checked my whatsapp and realized you hadn't read or replied the message which was unlike you..... Uncle Loloh if I had the power,  I will bring you back because your type is rare to find. Uncle,  I write this tribute with teary eyes because your memories are still fresh in my head and I miss you,  my father misses you, your siblings miss you but we are at peace because you are resting in the bosom of the Lord God.......Keep resting with the Lord till we meet to part no more."

This tribute was added by BLESSING M. FUBARA on 22nd June 2016

"We did not say bye.  Miss you much.  The tears ---
I hope you are happy wherever your soul may be dwelling.
Hope that you continue to be a light in your new place.
May you dwell in the Bosom of GOD the almighty who sees the heart of all."

This tribute was added by adeniye silvester on 24th July 2015

"Tribute From  A.Osideinde - Ontario Canada

May Uncle Lolo's soul rest in peace. You remember that he help us set up our 1st computer at Abbeywood. He was a soft spoken man.
Goodbye uncle Lolo. Till we meet again."

This tribute was added by Princess Zion-Fubara on 23rd July 2015

"FROM TAMUNOMININI ZION-FUBARA.
   The world indeed is Mystery. How could it be?. My Uncle? Oh! death, why have you taken my beloved Caring and Loving Uncle. Oh!. I have always desired to meet you, hold you to tell you how much I have loved and admired you so Greatly.I miss you but there is nothing one can do about it. According to Prov. 12:2a, Ps 112:5, Ps 1:2-3. You were indeed a good man, I miss you.
REST IN PEACE DEAR UNCLE LOLOH."

This tribute was added by Princess Zion-Fubara on 23rd July 2015

"From TAMUNOSAKI ZION FUBARA.
An Ode to My Favourite Uncle.
  My heart is filled with Joy, but an inexpressible and inexplicable Joy mixed with sadness. A sadness isolated by grief but Joy expressed by your virtue.
You were an epitome of love,a cache of goodwill, a catalogue of happiness, a pillar of strength, a cocktail of success.
     YES! You were a father,an uncle, evergreen will you remain in my memory. I will always remain proud of you and miss you very much.REST IN THE PERFECT BOSOM OF THE LORD.JOHN 11:25."

This tribute was added by adeniye silvester on 23rd July 2015

"Uncle Loloh,

You have been a father, a friend and the ever caring person in my life from October 1994. You are always there for me, I lost a faithful friend. I am sure you have joined my loving parents; I now have three faithful Angels pleading for me in Heaven. I remember you painting Osney Hse, Dixon Hse, taking Adrian, Kemi and Ayo to that Modelling Place.. Say Cheese...Good Old Times...Smile.
Uncle Loloh Rest in the Bossom of your creator, Goodnight.

Adeniye Silvester."

This tribute was added by kemi osimboni on 23rd July 2015

"Dear Uncle Loloh,

May God grant you an eternal peace. May you be sat at the right hand side of our good Lord.

You were a wonderful person and it was a great pleasure to have known you. You will be greatly missed.

You are now with the greatest protector - it is see you later, til we meet again...

Lots of love, the Osideindes'"

This tribute was added by Vickie Zion on 21st July 2015

"Dearest Uncle, words can't express how I feel. You were just so GOOD . I wonder how life is going to be without your frequent calls and whatsapp chats.That very day You died in your usual way of calling me 'Big Princess', You sent me this message" Hi Big Princess, been very ill". Thank God I replied even though You did not read it. Little did I know that that will be our last chat. Last time I saw You was when I was much younger but with the way You kept in touch it was like we do see each other everyday. You are forever missed Uncle Loloh, Adieu till we meet again. REST IN THE BOSOM OF OUR GOOD LORD."

This tribute was added by irene Asongwe on 20th July 2015

"I wish to say a big thank you to Aunty Angela and her children (who I would

prefer to refer to as my siblings), for giving me this great opportunity to say

this tribute. I have known uncle Loloh for well over ten years. I first met him

when my first son who is now almost 11years old was just two weeks old.

And from that day on, he became a very integral and important part of my

family. He became granddad to my sons, and a father­in­law to my husband.

He was a true hero to us. He attended parent’s teachers meetings and also

accompanied us on family trips. He was there during bad and good times.

He was at the bedside with my second son, Che(whom he fondly calls

Cheko) during all his protracted stay in hospital. I was at peace when I knew

the kids were with their granddad. For those who know me well, one of my

greatest weaknesses is my inability to entrust the care of my children to

anyone.. He was that one person that I truly trust with all my heart. I will

greatly miss that. Granddad, what can I say. The list is exhaustible.

He was such a straightforward man who demanded little from those around

him, and who expected only the best from those he love. Provided he heard

regularly from us all – and saw us whenever possible – he was content. And

although in his final months/years, most of those he loved had all moved on

to different parts of the world, that bond was never broken..

To me, his finest quality was his patience: an inherent ability to listen, to

absorb and to offer a point of view based on quiet, measured wisdom. That,

to me is the legacy he left behind, and I pray that those that were close to

him would carry on with that legacy of his. I’ll never forget the time when I

expressed my fears about going back to the University with two little children

who called him granddad: Being the person that he was, I went and sought

his advice. I expressed my concerns, and he said: “Do what you feel, what

you believe is right. Follow your gut, your heart, and you can’t go wrong. I

know whatever you decide, would be good in the end” I went ahead and

enrolled, knowing that I had someone who was going to be there for me right

to the end. AND, he never failed me. His sense of humour was second to

none. I remember him on many occasions trying his best to speak Sierra

Leonean pidgin, because to him it sounded so much like Cameroonian

pidgin. It wasn’t his best craft to say the least, but he made me laugh.

It’s difficult to imagine him not being around and I’m not sure how we will all

cope. My children, the grandchildren, especially Che and Shibong will miss

him dearly. It’s strange to think that I can’t just give him a call. He never

succumbed to ill health even right at the very end. We spoke to him on

father’s day, and the following Wednesday, my husband spoke to him, and

he was gone the next day. How can anyone digest this is still beyond

comprehension. He was an imposing figure of a man, tall, dark, handsome

character whose reassuring presence we all felt during difficult times.

As we gather here today to remember and commemorate his life, let’s bid

him farewell as we mourn the loss of a lovely, dignified soul. I wish to cease

this opportunity to say to his lovely children Tonye and Adrian, his wife Aunty

Angela, his sister Aunty Blessing and son that you are our only link to uncle,

and please let’s keep that bond by communicating with one another. He was

a soul that brought joy and fulfilment to many, and whose legacy will live on

forever. Granddad you will be missed. We love you but sure God love you

the most. R.I.P"

This tribute was added by Daerebo Brown West on 17th July 2015

""Bro. Loloh
I am so thankful to know you through your lovely sister Anty Blessing M Fubara. Still remember your lovely gift to me, on her visit to London. Your countless words of encourage and brotherly love will always remain in my mind.
To Anty Blessing (BF), it does hurt, I do feel for you, but is only God who can heal,  strengthen, and fill the gap for you;
To the children and grand children, Christ will never for sake you;
To the rest of the family, situations like this, is not easy, but remember Christ is always by your side, as He is the only one who can bear the pain with you.
Big Brother Loloh, Dein Na Mu!  Rest in Peace!
I will always miss you.
From Daerebo Brown-West""

This tribute was added by BLESSING M. FUBARA on 17th July 2015

"Bro. Loloh
I am so thankful to know you through your lovely sister Anty Blessing M Fubara. Still remember your lovely gift to me, on her visit to London. Your countless words of encourage and brotherly love will always remain in my mind.
To Anty Blessing (BF), it does hurt, I do feel for you, but is only God who can heal,  strengthen, and fill the gap for you;
To the children and grand children, Christ will never for sake you;
To the rest of the family, situations like this, is not easy, but remember Christ is always by your side, as He is the only one who can bear the pain with you.
Big Brother Loloh, Dein Na Mu!  Rest in Peace!
I will always miss you.
From Daerebo Brown-West"


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