ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Charles Assoh, 37 years old, born on March 3, 1983, and passed away on February 14, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by June Austin on March 6, 2021
Though we never met but I know that the wonderful things they say about u can't be a lie. Heard d bad news of ur demise from sister Ebiere n wondering how ur sweet mother may ve received d news that u r no more. May heaven receive your soul until we all meet again. Goodbye bro!
Posted by Ebiere Ajibola-Bodude on March 6, 2021
Ezou as you were fondly called, my dearest aburo. I miss it you. It's like a dream, I wish I could wake up from. Mum misses you like crazy. I doubt if she would ever get over it. I know you are in a better place. Sleep on my bro. Adieu

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Posted by June Austin on March 6, 2021
Though we never met but I know that the wonderful things they say about u can't be a lie. Heard d bad news of ur demise from sister Ebiere n wondering how ur sweet mother may ve received d news that u r no more. May heaven receive your soul until we all meet again. Goodbye bro!
Posted by Ebiere Ajibola-Bodude on March 6, 2021
Ezou as you were fondly called, my dearest aburo. I miss it you. It's like a dream, I wish I could wake up from. Mum misses you like crazy. I doubt if she would ever get over it. I know you are in a better place. Sleep on my bro. Adieu
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Today is mum's birthday and I am so sure you would have wanted her to enjoy herself and have fun. Well she tried to. I ensured that though it was so obvious she felt your absence.  I did all you would have done.  Got her a cake and lots of gifts. We went to church for Thanksgiving.and later had lunch at home. It was very low key and that's because you aren't here. I will continue to do my best in taking care of her just like you would. Continue to rest in the lords bosom bro. Love you loads 

BIOGRAPHY

_ " *The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and ability to affect those around him positively "_** Born 3rd March, 1983 in Lagos Nigeria to James Selema Assoh and Christiana Ogbotiti Assoh. He attended St Patrick's Catholic primary school after which he proceeded to Igbobi College Lagos. Charles was a focused, intelligent and compassionate young man. He set his goals /priorities right from a very tender age. He had dreams which he pursued passionately. After his primary education and whilst waiting for admission into the university, Charles picked up a job with Flour Mills of Nigeria plc (a foremost milling company in Nigeria) where his desire to build a career in Milling started. In the course of working there, he enrolled in the Lagos State University where he obtained a BSC in Computer Science, a Diploma in GSM phone engineering and also passed all the professional milling examinations (NABIMS) to become a MILLER, amongst other professional courses. He rose through the ranks, from a casual factory worker to a Manager/Asst Chief Miller. He was sent on various courses both locally and internationally. From within Nigeria, Switzerland and the United States of America. He worked in Flour Mills for 16 years and in September 2017 decided to relocate to the United States to further pursue his dreams. 'EZOUKUMO' as he was fondly called by his family and close friends, literally means 'No hurry in life', was a young man who had no time for frivolities. He was a man on a mission, who knew what he wanted and was set to achieve them. He excelled in all that he did and lived an exemplary life. As young as he was, he was full of wisdom. Had the right words to say to you all the time and lived a purpose driven life. Charles Ezoukumo Assoh was a young man who impacted lives. He was a good role model to his friends, cousins, nieces and nephews. A son who made us all proud. Charles was an avid reader, a passionate biker, a Christian who had the fear of God, a committed friend and brother but above all he was a beautiful soul. Though he is gone, he will forever remain in our hearts. Charles is survived by his mother, son, brother, sisters, nieces, nephews, uncles, aunties and numerous friends. Sleep on dear brother.
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Shared by Ebiere Ajibola-Bodude on March 6, 2021
TRIBUTE We are heart broken due to your loss. Our hearts ache with sadness and tears still flow. If tears and heartaches could make pathway, we’d walk our way to heaven to bring you back again. In life we loved you dearly. In death we love you same. A part of us went with you, the day God called you home. You left us precious memories. Our minds will forever hold these memories. Your love is still our guide, though we cannot see you. You will always be by our side. Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same. But as God calls us one by one, the chain will link back. Adieu David E. Assoh Brother