ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, MAMMY ANNA TITANJI-DINGA, 81 years old, born on November 19, 1939, and passed away on March 19, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Foyabo Theodore on April 4, 2021
What I will never forget about you for me was the concern you have towards me by teaching and advising me on at least one new thing. Above all your natural smile face you have with gab tooth that gave live assurance. We love you very much but the Almighty do more than us all. We believe your past away is just a transition to His bossom. We live to meet again. RIP GRANDMA.
Posted by Ethel Caspa on April 1, 2021

Dearest mother, remembering you is easy I’ll do it everyday, but there’s an ache within my heart that will never go away.
You taught me so many incredible lessons , about patience strength and respect for others.
Thank you for loving me, caring for me and preparing me adequately for this world.
Mammie you had a beautiful and fulfilling life , and God thought it was time for you to rest.

You had a passion for your children, for ensuring that we were well taken care of at all times.

All your words of wisdom, will continue to guide me as I try to move on in this life without you. Your love will remain with us forever. Rest in the lord mammie until we meet again.

Your daughter
Ethel Caspa
Maryland, USA
Posted by RUDY FOYABO on April 1, 2021
Dear Grandma A,

I will never forget the time you spent with us back in 2000 when my wife gave birth to your grandchild Nina.

I will always remember that you were the first person to give me tips on how to be a good father.
I will never forget the day you walked me to my car to see me go off to work, and I accidentally locked you out of the house with our 3-month-old daughter in the house - to this day, I don't know how you got yourself back into the house through a window. But then, only a determined and ever resourceful Grandma like you could have accomplished such a feat.

I had hoped that some day in your ripe old age, you would come back and spend more quality time with us and your grownup grandchildren - my only regret is that we never got to do so.

The pain of losing you will be long-lasting, but the good memories will endure forever.

Rest in peace, Grandma.
You were the best.

Your son-in-law
Posted by Duga Titanji on April 1, 2021
Tribute by Mrs Magdalene Sirri AWA

My Darling Big Sis, Mama Anna,
Your friendship with the Awa family in Ekona since the 1970s has been a wonderful blessing. In PC Azire, you and I sang in New Zion Choir (NZC). Later on, you and Pa Awa were elected into the session. You then decided to be a patroness of NZC.
Pa Awa says, "The Lord has decided that you precede me in "This Journey."
That Wednesday, I struggled to get your voice, but our conversation was good because at that bleak moment God was present. Mama told me that problem has become more serious and my response was, All l can do is to lift you up to the Lord, Ma!
God made me to understand, more than ever that the margin between life and death is incredibly narrow. This is moreso because on Friday our daughter Thelma called me to say, "Mami, slept off this morning." This wasn't what I wanted Him to do. But upon reflection I realized that although a hard pill to swallow, what God chooses for us is always the best option!
We, especially your Godson, Theodore and his siblings whom you mothered, will miss you sorely, but we all wish your gentle soul to RIPP, till we meet to part no more! Adieu Big Sis, Adieu Mother, Adieu!!!!
Posted by Duga Titanji on April 1, 2021
Mammy,
There are times we can play with words, but when the heart is full of only good memories, we truly lack the words to express them. I will not go into history but start where you ended (as the one who carried your warm body that faithful morning of March 19th, 2021) and look forward. You lived by the Lord and died in the Lord. Your love for children and mankind knew no boundary. That is why you asked me to inform all your children, friends and family that no one should wear black when you die and no one should look miserable when you are gone because you are going to meet your Lord. I therefore entreat you all to put on your best on Saturday 24th April 2021 so that we can celebrate Mammy when we lay her to her final rest.
Mammy, fare thee well.
Your legacy lives on.
Your Son
Duga 
Posted by Judith Foyabo on April 1, 2021
Mami oooh!
It’s hard to speak of you in the past but you were the best mom anyone could ask for. You taught me how to lead. As the oldest daughter, you made sure I did the harder chores and protect my younger siblings. I am proud of the upbringing you gave me.
You exemplified tough love by teaching us dynamism, using initiative, and mastering domestic science – “golden brown donuts, chin-chin, puff-puff, cakes etc…”.
You epitomized the meaning of extended family care and helped those in need. You brought home children from the CDC camp to house, feed, and even sent some to school just because their parents were unable to.
Your faith was strong in the Lord and you answered His call as a faithful servant. May God bless us all through the light you shone so brightly.
Rest well Mother!
~~~ Your loving daughter, MaJu - Judith Foyabo, USA ~~~
Page 2 of 2

Leave a Tribute

 
Recent Tributes
Posted by Samkia Duga on April 19, 2021
Mamie (Mama’),

That’s the name i grew up calling you with instead of Grandma’. You molded me from primary 03 to my early years of University, therefore you were my mother and father and I couldn’t worship anybody else after God but you.

It has taken me weeks to realize what is going on, just the thought of your absence deepens me in sorrow like the orphan that I am already, but I guess I must accept the reality.

Mamie, you were such an incredible matriarch, a regal leader in our family. God, faith and Family were your most treasured possessions.

You were that exceptional kind of person every single day of your life and now that I must say goodbye Mamie, it hits me how incredibly lucky I have been to have you with me for more than 30 years.

You made me a man to stand the challenges of this world and I will always love you and save a special corner of my heart to keep you with me.

                   Fare-thee-well Mamie (Mama’), Grandma’
                     (Your own Barrister as you always say)
                         Samkia Duga Titanji           
Posted by Hilda Njinimbam on April 18, 2021
My dear mother, I wish this was a dream, I can wake up from. You passing has left me void of words. You left without even saying goodbye mami. I was with you in June of 2019, we spoke about everything except this? Your children, Sama and Najela are in tears, how do I comfort them? Oh death, where is your sting? If there is one lesson, I learned so well from you, it was to be strong. Mami, I will be strong. I know you are sleeping in the Lord and I will see you one day. Good night mami. You will be greatly missed by us all. On behalf of your God children, Sama and Najela, may your soul rest in perfect peace. Your daughter,
Hilda Njinimbam
Posted by Licy Caspa on April 16, 2021
In Loving Memory of my dear sister and friend, Ma Hannah.
I thought of you today but this is nothing new.
I thought about you yesterday and days before too.
I think of you in silence. I often speak your name. All I now have are memories of you and your picture in a frame. Your memories are a keepsake. God has you in his arms. I have you in my heart.
Sleep peacefully my dear sister and friend.

Nah Manyi Grace Tata
Recent stories
Shared by Samgwa'a Titanji on April 19, 2021
*_Until we meet Again Mamie._*  

 _Those Special memories of you will always bring a smile if only we could have you back for just a little while ....Then we could sit and talk again just like we used to do. You always meant so very much and always will do too. The fact that you are no longer here will always cause us pain but you are forever in our heart  until we meet again Mamie ._ 
     *Mr and Mrs Sama Titanji and Children(Dingbobga and Dema).
Shared by Duga Titanji on April 12, 2021

The Duke and Duchess of Rowland Heights fondly remember you, Mami!

Shared by Judith Foyabo on April 8, 2021
On one fine day in Rowland Heights, USA on her maiden visit to our house, Mami taught me how to make the "meanest and baddest" palaver soup and how to serve my husband (massah) the prepared meal.
Mami: 1. Make sure to slice the okro and not blend it so it's not too gooey (excess draw) 
           2. Chop a little spinach
           3. Grind some melon seed (egusi), mix into a paste and drop in small bits into the pot
           4.  Simmer together with all the ingredients and particulars 
MaJu: Ok, Mami
Mami: Serve the palava soup with fufu in a tray and take it to Ni Ru, tell him this:
           "here is your food, my Lord"   <<literal translation from Mungaka language>>

Oh Mami, we will miss your teachings and sense of humor. Your legacy Lives on! RIPP