ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kate Edoho (Nee Ochei), 47 years old, born on October 17, 1973, and passed away on March 29, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Tunde Ajagbe on April 16, 2021
It still feels like a dream until this moment. Its amazing how Kate and I knew as far back in 1999 when I used to join a mutual friend together with her to Apapa, and I later became a friend with Sam during the Guinness and LTC Advertising days. Kate later worked with LTC and SO&U and we became industry colleagues and family friends. Every word said about you were true. Kate, ever smiling and full of positive energy and infectious positive attitude. Sam and I from friendship became business partner. This journey was to bring joy to Kate and the children, this valley situation is the list expected but God is all knowing, who are we to question Him. The scripture says we should not mourn like those who do not know God, for our hope is eternal. My prayer is that the Lord grant the family the fortitude to bear the loss and to specially comfort my friend Sam at this time and grant Kate eternal rest. Shalom!!
Posted by Dayo Fajebe Adeniyi on April 16, 2021
Kate as we all called her was a very lovely and warm person. We met in UAC days and she was introduced to me and other colleagues as Sam’s fiancée. He was so very proud of her and always spoke of her very fondly. Kate related with everyone like we had known each other forever. It was like she was the one that was our colleague and not Sam. Several years after we all left UAC we still kept in touch and every other time out of the blues that we spoke and asked after each other It was always a warm conversation. I didn’t even have that relationship with Sam.
May her beautiful soul rest in peace and May God grant Sam and the family comfort at this time. My heart and prayers are with you all.
Rest well dear sister.
It is well..
Posted by Elsie Babajide on April 16, 2021
I never met you ,but ,being a brother to my dear brother Sam, I heard about you. Your life has indeed, been fulfilled.Though you went home too soon,I am convinced you are resting in the bosom of our Lord Jesus where there is no sorrow or pain.May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace .Rest on sister.
Dr Omolara Elsie Babajide
Posted by Biyi Ishola on April 16, 2021
This is so so sad! I worked with Kate both at Scotia and RBC; Kate was a very awesome, kind, pleasant and intelligent colleague and a very very dear friend to me. Death, where is thy sting, grave where is thy victory?!!! May you continue to rest in the bosom of our dear Lord Kate. May God comfort and wipe away every tear from the eyes of the entire Edoho family. I’m sad, sad and very sad and still speechless!
Posted by DON OKPAKO on April 16, 2021
Da Katie! I know you are in a blissful and beautiful place. Your always smiling, calm, blessed, motherly and kind disposition will be missed. Rest well Kate...I am glad to have met and known you. May the loved ones you leave behind be comforted by the Holy Spirit. Amen!
Posted by Patricia Jebose on April 16, 2021
The short time I knew you was so phenomenal. You were such a warm, nice and affectionate person. Your departure was so sudden we did not have the time to say our goodbyes. My consolation and comfort is that we will meet on that glorious day at the feet of our Master. I pray this day that the God of Comfort will embrace and cocoon your lovely family in the hollow of His Mighty Hand. Rest on my sweet one.
Posted by Udy Ohia on April 16, 2021
Kate your lovely smiles laughter and great warmth will be greatly missed.

Words fail at this time. We have known all these years ....you were a rare gem.

The Lord who heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds will comfort the lovely family you left behind.
Posted by Tokunboh Joye on April 16, 2021
Kate, the news of your untimely departure is quite shocking but what can we says, to God, who knew the ends from the beginning's. We are console that you lives on, as you only change your residence in this world to new location in heaven. Indeed I saw you for the first time on your wedding day with my Great childhood friend Sam, with the lovely smiles on your faces as well as, the beautiful dancing steps.......Many times , I have been to your residence where you once stay @ ilupeju, you are so much accommodating, a virtuous woman and great wife. Truly, I never see you again after your relocation within and outside Nigeria. I could always remember you. Indeed, we love you all. I pray that your contributions in life will never goes unnoticed. Sam, May the good Lord comfort you and keep you strong always, and likewise, every members of the family left behind in Jesus Name. Kate, Rest in peace.
Posted by Mike Essien on April 15, 2021
I am lucky and blessed to have met you, no word or phrased coined by men can truly discribe you. Your impact and legacy speaks for itselves. Saying I will miss you is an understatement, I am only consoled by word of God and the fact that your legacy lives on. Your light still shines bright, it shines on.

Adieu
Posted by Obie Okpala on April 15, 2021
I met her only twice but on those two occasions it was so clear that she was full of life, very friendly, kind and down to earth. I felt I knew her so well because she had such a huge influence on my wife. I have heard so much about what she taught her and how she molded her into the woman she is today, and for that I will eternally be grateful.

I hardly had any insightful conversation with Mr. Sam without him mentioning his wife and marriage, always using it to give an example and teach something, I knew instantly their relationship was one to emulate.

I cannot pretend to understand how difficult losing her would be, but I am certain she has left a mark many who live to 100 wouldn't.

I pray that God comforts the family and gives you peace! You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Ime Usen on April 15, 2021
Kate, from your friends and family I got to know how nice and loving you were ; you were indeed a rare gem and we will forever miss you!

We pray for strength for our brother , Sam , and the kids you left behind.

May your soul Rest In Peace!

Good bye my dear sister till we meet again!
Posted by Patrick Etokudo on April 15, 2021
It seems like nightfall, the sudden darkness and the limitations of our mortality. Too young to leave, but the Almighty God makes the calls, not us. Good bye my dear sister, but not farewell.

The same God will give your gentle soul peace and rest on His bosom. And He will comfort and strengthen my brother, your husband Sam and the kids you leave behind.

Adieu!!!
Posted by John Ayim on April 14, 2021
Mrs. Kate Edoho was a wonderful friend and a virtuous woman par excellence. She was a loving mother, friend, prayer worrior and confidant to my dear Boss Mr. Sam Edoho.
Your departure has left an indelible mark and excruciating pain in our hearts as we come to the realization that ur gone.
However, we are rest assured that the Almighty father needs ur attention from this sinful world.
I pray that God should gives ur lovely husband and kids the fortitude to bear the irreperable loss.
Papa Sam, be strong for the kids and us as we all know Madam is in a better place as an angel watching over ur lovely family. It is well.
Posted by NsimA Agnes on April 14, 2021

Nothing could have prepared me for this blow, the news hit like a bullet, still difficult to comprehend. Gone too soon, My Dear Sister and Friend, in your prime, you depart from this life.

Our hearts are heavy, our eyes fill up with tears. The memories flood my mind, ever cheerful, with a broad infectious smile, loving and caring, you have a heart of gold.

I can't bring myself to write this in the past tense, for I believe that you live on, for those who live and die in Christ never really die. You have gone ahead of us all, marked with the sign of Christ's Peace. Your life was brief but well-lived. You are an example of the Proverbs 31 woman. You fought the fight, the crown of glory awaits you. That is our faith and our consolation, that is our prayer.

Goodnight dear Kate, Rest in Peace, till we meet to part no more.

Sam, we commit you and your lovely children to God's care. May God continue to strengthen you. Rest assured that you have an angel in heaven. We pray with you for God's grace, mercy, and divine direction.

God knows best, He will never leave you nor forsake you.

Posted by Emmanuel Abaisor on April 14, 2021
Dear Papa Sam,
The news of your dear wife passing came as a shock to me, I have never met her but I have heard a lot of good things from people who have met her and they speak of how special she was to you. I pray the good Lord give you the fortitude to bear the loss and pray for his divine wisdom in raising the children.

May her soul rest in peace Amen
Posted by Joe Mbulu on April 14, 2021
Sis Kate was an amiable sister, with a ready welcoming smile for all. I can still hear her call out in her calm voice "uncle Joe". 
Rest on my sister!!!
Dear Bro Sam,
May our good Lord comfort you and your dear family. May He carry you through this and give you peace that is truly beyond human understanding. Amen
Posted by Adolphus Uchenabo on April 14, 2021
Dear Bro Sam, The news hit like a bullet. Losing a loved one in her prime is devastating. But Sam our closeness during our brief stay at UNN and also in CASOR- UNN made me to realize one thing: you are a man of faith and patience. Let these two things work for you now. Faith In the all-knowing God, who knows just EVERYTHING. He knows. Let patience work for you, now.. Sam does yours. remember that day you ran to me clutching that Mobil scholarship letter as the end of your faith. Take courage man of faith.May the good Lord condole you and be your strength.
Posted by Walter Muoka on April 14, 2021
Words can not describe the shock i felt when I heard. I pray God grant you and the kids the strength to bear this immense loss. She shall stand strong and tall in the comforting arms of our Lord because she ran a good race and attained the crown. May God comfort you Papa Sam and the kids. We stand with you also. From my family and I .
Posted by Dr Helen Ikpe on April 14, 2021

    Prince Sam Edoho & Children

The Family of Elder(Prince) Akanimo Sam Edoho of Atai Ndan Afaha Eket,Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria received with grief & astonishment d news of d sudden death of ur beloved wife, Mrs Chiedu Kate Sam Edoho on 29th March 2021 at d age of 47.
We are sad because as humans, we missed her at a period she was mostly needed.
In times like this, no human sentiments can console or take away the grief this great loss has caused you & d. Children.
Since it has pleased d Almighty God to call her to Himself at this the,it is our fervent believe that she is resting peacefully in your bosom.
Adieu our precious wife. Sanga sung o.
Prince INI Akanimo Edoho (for the Family)
Posted by Ebere Odimma on April 14, 2021
"...Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from henceforth. Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours, and their works do follow them." (Revelation 14:13 KJV). No matter how and when, death though painful to family and friends is an immense blessing to they who die in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Death is an appointment (Hebrews 9:27). We therefore do not die by seniority.
Your home going is a painful one starting from your immediate family to all people of goodwill who shared in your life.
The testimonies indicating your rich legacies are already pouring in. You will be highly missed!
Thank God, it is not goodbye but goodnight. We will soon be united at the resurrection morning where we will meet to part no more.
We love you but God loves you most. Your work follows you but your legacies will live on. Alive in the hearts of loved ones, you are not dead.
Bro Sam and the kids, please be consoled in these. The good Lord will comfort you and grant you the fortitude to bear her home going.
SHALOM!
   ---- Pastor Ebere David Odimma
Posted by Abani Uduma on April 14, 2021
I and my wife condole with you on the passage of your wife. The good Lord strengthen you and your family in this time, and fill you with eternal hope of bliss and reunion in Christ. The Lord, your strength, comfort, encourage, and cheer you and the family. Amen.
_ From Abani and Ngozi
Posted by Dr Helen Ikpe on April 14, 2021
       IRREPLACEABLE
It's hard to write this piece in the past tense. Thoughts of this extremely sad occurrence leaves me devastated.

 Kate, your abrupt exit at the age of 47 has thrown the entire Edoho's family in Eket, Nigeria into unbelievable moments of great grief.
It's like a bad dream; extremely painful & untimely!
But I refuse to question God at the time, place & method He chose to call you home. It is indeed sad that you
toiled assiduously without reaping the fruits of your labour.
We love you & miss u. You are indeed IRREPLACEABLE!

   
Posted by Emem Edem on April 13, 2021
No words will be enough to take the pain of the loss away. But there is a better place beyond here.
May the heavens grant you strength Uncle Sam.
God be with you.

Emem Edem
Posted by kathye oreye on April 13, 2021
I am at a loss of words during this trying time.
My wife, as I used to call you and my friend, the news of your death came to me as a shock. I will miss you greatly. I will miss your smiling face.
I pray the almighty God console your kids and loving husband
Sleep on my loving wife.
You will be remembered forever.
Mrs Lucy Attah
Posted by Elder OWOLABI TERRY Edoh on April 13, 2021
AH, IT'S PAINFUL, A BETTER MIRROR HAS BROKEN. TAKE HEART JEHOVAH KNOWS THE BEST. I PRAY THE ALMIGHTY GOD GRANT HER SOUL INTERNAL REST IN THE BOSOM OF OUR LORD. YOU WILL BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR YOUR GOOD DEEDS. I MISS YOU. SLEEP ON TILL WE MEET TO PART NO MORE. BYE BYE.
Posted by kathye oreye on April 13, 2021
Uncle Sam,
I'm so sorry to hear about your wife's demise. I have heard so much about her. She was a source of joy to people around her.
May God give you and the family the fortitude to bear the loss.
May her gentle soul rest in peace.
Imo Oreye (nee Edem)
Posted by kathye oreye on April 13, 2021
It was so sad to hear about your wife's demise. May her soul rest in peace. and may God give the family the fortitude to bear the loss.
She was a wonderful woman to the family and would be greatly missed.
Mrs Victoria Edem
Posted by Okechukwu Tochukwu on April 13, 2021
Oga Sam,

It is with heavy heart that I write to mourn the passing of your beloved wife. The news of her passing came to me and my family as a rude shock. I stand with you sir at this moment of grief and pray the Almighty God to console you and the kids and give you the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss. Please take heart sir as I will always have you in my prayers. I pray that God grants madam eternal rest and may perpetual light shine on her soul. Amen..
Posted by Etim Asuquo on April 13, 2021
My Boss, you have been a wonderful inspiration to many people. You mean different things to different people but to me I see a total goal getter spirit in you. God has promised us long life in good health but for the lord to take your wife from your life is a matter only him can handle. You journey hours by air to be with your family every slightest opportunity. This shows how you value the unique union.
We can not comfort you enough but I pray that the Holy Spirit will because He is the comforter. One thing is very certain God will give divine coverage to you and the children. Affection of this nature will never come the second time.
Be strong sir and be comforted in God's Word.
Accept my family heart felts condolences.

From our family. The Asuquo's
Posted by Ebere Odimma on April 13, 2021
CASOR UNN CONTEMPORARIES (CLASS OF 1980S)
Bro Sam Edoho
Beloved,
CONDOLENCE MESSAGE ON THE TRANSITION OF YOUR BELOVED WIFE
It is with great shock that we, your brethren, CASOR UNN CONTEMPORARIES (CLASS OF 1980S), The Joyful Fellowship, received the news of the home going of your dearly beloved wife Mrs Chiedu Kate Edoho which took place on 29th March 2021.

The bond between you and your late wife was so strong and lovely. This made her transition at this time most painful. It is no gainsaying that you greatly miss her.

However, we want you to take solace in the fact that her life was impactful, fruitful and productive. She has left a rich legacy not only for you and the kids but for the body of Christ at large.

Secondly, from the experience of the Biblical Prophet Ezekiel in Ezekiel 24:16-18, there is a purpose in everything God allows to happen to His men. And that purpose will ultimately prove to be in their best interest.

May the comfort of the Lord abound to you and your immediate family in particular and your larger families. May the peace of the Lord that transcends all understanding garrison your hearts and minds. May you come through this experience stronger at your broken places.

Our prayers are with you continually. Do accept our sincere condolences.

Signed:

Pastor Odimma, Ebere.
For CASOR UNN CONTEMPORARIES (CLASS OF THE 1980S)
Posted by Ikedi Anozie on April 13, 2021
Sir
Accept my condolences on passing of your beloved wife. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family, May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.Amen!
Posted by Amir Khalid on April 12, 2021
I couldn't believe when I heard this shocking news. I worked very closely with Kate for 2 yrs and got to know so much about her, kids and family . I saw her outside of work two days prior where she introduced me to her husband with the same big smile we all got so used to. I really do not have words to express my sorrow as you left this world too soon . You had such an impact on colleaguse and clients you worked with and your smile was contagious .You will be truly missed by so many of RBC family. My thoughts and prayers are with your kids and family during this very difficult time.
Posted by Iniobong Akpan on April 12, 2021
Dear Kate,

Without having had an opportunity to meet with you in person, my friendship with Mr. Sam quickly revealed the beautiful family behind his ever-cheerfulness. Indeed, you were the woman behind that cheerfulness...

It's only sad to know that you're gone even when my family had huge hope of meeting with you someday.

Rest in peace!
Posted by Nick James on April 12, 2021
*_You Live On*_

Like rapture, you suddenly within a blink of the eye, departed having had fellowship with the family you pledged Sam, "Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God." Ruth 1:16.

With your ever smiling face, you left us with a glory that reminds us of the one on Moses' face, that the Israelites must cover their faces with a veil, before they could gaze at him.

The memories of the jokes and fun you brought to your family, colleagues, church/fellowship members and friends alike, will linger for a long time to come in many lives you have touched in many ways.

We're rest assured you fought a good fight..., 2Tim.4.7 - I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith."

Without a doubt, because the Bible tells us so and by the Spirit, You Live On.
We therefore mourn not like the hopeless for we know that resurrection awaits you, 1Thess. 4:13-18.

Rest on Kate, till we meet to part no more. Adeau.

_NCCF Friends_'91.
Posted by Ugo Ochiobi on April 11, 2021
Uncle Sam., we received the news of Aunty Kate's demise in total disbelieve. Over the last couple of days and following our visit and engagement with you and your lovely children, we have come to realise its true. Kate is gone but we still feel the warmth and genuineness in her smiles in that home. She was receptive and very engaging the times we met. She will be missed but her foot prints of love and openness would linger on.
Good night and thanks for coming our way; Keep glowing Kate...
Ugo & Glory....
Posted by CHUKWUEMEKA UDENSI on April 12, 2021
Chief Sam,
What a sad news to hear of the departure of your wife.
I know how lovely and how close you were together from the little discussion we had and I had hoped I would meet her on this divide.
She has answered the call earlier than us. If we believe that heaven is a better place, then we should not sorrow much as our Sister your wife has gone ahead to a better place.
As she has joined the saints triumphant, we the ones left here pray that God keep you and the rest of us prepared to meet her and the Lord someday sometime.
May God comfort you and may her Soul rejoice evermore
Chukwuemeka UDENSI
Posted by Kelechi Iroeche-ukaegbu on April 11, 2021
Dearest Bro Sam, this is still such a rude shock, I was supposed to visit you and your beautiful family in Airdrie this February, to meet your very hospitable wife, but it didn’t work due to bad weather , and we had postponed to my next visit. Rejoice that you spent more than half of Kate’s life with her, and God blessed you both with 3 lovely children, rejoice that Kate had a relationship with the Master, rejoice that She left indelible sweet memories, Jehova will soothe the pain of her loss, and in His infinite wisdom fill the vacuum she left in your hearts! Comfort, comfort my dearly beloved brother and family! You remain in our prayers.
Sis Kelechi Iroeche- Ukaegbu
Posted by Edwin Eja Jr on April 11, 2021
This is yet to get over me, at least not in the years to come, I had to personalize this to you MRS Kate Edoho, my god father’s wife his alter ego. I have come to enjoy this very special relationship with my God father which has stood the taste of time. Why? Because it was about two years ago, when you came to Nigeria with him, and we had that lovely time-out/dinner on your birthday, and that was when the consciousness of your birthday rekindled in me, that were both birthday mates and age mates. I deeply feel your exit Kate, though painful but rejoice for the life you lived, so impactful and evidently seen by all. Our consolations is that, you are now in his blossom and one of his beloved angels. Rest well Kate, till we meet on the resurrection day. Papa Sam please once again just be strong on this wise, that your beloved wife is in Gods bosom.
Posted by Bisi Egbeyemi on April 11, 2021
Kate!
Where do i start from now? I can remember our sitting position at LTC, our hanging out, your jokes, dance ad your hearty laughter. Oh how you loved your family and stood in the place of an intercessor. Am still in shock, but who are we to question God. God's lover good night!
Posted by Mezie Ngobili on April 11, 2021
Dear Sam,

My family and I are so sorry to hear about the devastating news of your wife's death. What a terrible shock for you and the rest of your family. I never met your wife, but know how wonderful and supportive she was to you and the family over the years and can only start to imagine what you are feeling right now. You will gradually find comfort in all the happy memories. Please
send my sympathy to your children.

My family want to say our love and thoughts are with your family at this very difficult time. Please stay strong and God bless.

Best Wishes

Mezie Ngobili
Posted by Blaise Uzoma okwara on April 11, 2021
Dear Sam,
My family and I sincerely commiserate with you on the demise of your wife.

This must have hit the entire family so hard bearing in mind the vacuum her death has created. She was such a loving and peaceful person to her family and friends.

Please take heart . Almighty God will give you strength to bear the lost. May she continue to Rest in the bosom of the Lord. Amen!
Posted by Valentine Egbiremon on April 11, 2021
Please Oga Sam Edoho, accept our deepest condolences in the untimely departure and a call home of your beautiful and lovely wife. May God grant you the fortitude to bear the unexpected loss.

Please be strong for yourself and the children and we shall continue to pray for you in your time of travail as you and your family continue in the journey of healing you will surely triumph at the end.

Thanks & God bless.
VaL.
Posted by Darlene Geiger on April 10, 2021
Firstly, condolences to the family. I will miss your Kate very much.It was a pleasure to work with Kate,and come around the corner, and hear her say Miss Darrrrrl. She made me laugh.So sad to hear of her passing.May you treasure the memories.
Posted by Olumide oguntimehin on April 10, 2021
She was Oga Sam's best friend. He has never told the story of his successful life without expantiating on the role she played in who he has become. I pray that God will keep guiding the family she left behind.
Posted by Anthony Ozigagun on April 10, 2021
Accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of your dearest wife. My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family during this painful period. May you find the comfort and peace that you seek and may the soul of your wife (Mrs Edoho)rest in peace. Our prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Posted by Dennis Olisa on April 10, 2021
Kate was a wonderful person. Gregarious and full of life, always on the go with a cheerful smile. Shock is the least I feel about your passing ... God knows why. Go well Kate, our Lord would receive you into his bosom. My friend Sam and the Children, our Lord shall be your support, he would provide strength, comfort and care as you deal with this most difficult period. It is well ...
Posted by Edwin Emenalo on April 10, 2021
Saddened by the news of Kate Edoho. She was charming and the best friend to our old colleague, Sam. May God comfort those she left behind and grant her soul eternal rest.
Posted by Jonathan Oyibo on April 10, 2021
So shocking and sad that Kate left this world too soon. I express my deepest condolences to Sam Edoho and his family. May God Almighty rest Kate peacefully in His bosom!
Posted by Wanda Gardner on April 9, 2021
This is a shock to the system. Kate, it was so wonderful to see you in the branch with your smile. It was always a pleasure to see you and I really enjoyed working with you. I loved visiting you in your office and admired the pictures of your family by your desk. You left us way too soon. To the family, my sincere condolences for your loss. Kate will be greatly missed.
Posted by Kunle Arofin on April 9, 2021
This is so sad. Kate was such a warm and friendly person. She has gone too soon!
We send our thoughts and prayers to Sam and the children that the Lord keep them strong and give them the fortitude to bear this gigantic loss.
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Posted by Tunde Ajagbe on April 16, 2021
It still feels like a dream until this moment. Its amazing how Kate and I knew as far back in 1999 when I used to join a mutual friend together with her to Apapa, and I later became a friend with Sam during the Guinness and LTC Advertising days. Kate later worked with LTC and SO&U and we became industry colleagues and family friends. Every word said about you were true. Kate, ever smiling and full of positive energy and infectious positive attitude. Sam and I from friendship became business partner. This journey was to bring joy to Kate and the children, this valley situation is the list expected but God is all knowing, who are we to question Him. The scripture says we should not mourn like those who do not know God, for our hope is eternal. My prayer is that the Lord grant the family the fortitude to bear the loss and to specially comfort my friend Sam at this time and grant Kate eternal rest. Shalom!!
Posted by Dayo Fajebe Adeniyi on April 16, 2021
Kate as we all called her was a very lovely and warm person. We met in UAC days and she was introduced to me and other colleagues as Sam’s fiancée. He was so very proud of her and always spoke of her very fondly. Kate related with everyone like we had known each other forever. It was like she was the one that was our colleague and not Sam. Several years after we all left UAC we still kept in touch and every other time out of the blues that we spoke and asked after each other It was always a warm conversation. I didn’t even have that relationship with Sam.
May her beautiful soul rest in peace and May God grant Sam and the family comfort at this time. My heart and prayers are with you all.
Rest well dear sister.
It is well..
Posted by Elsie Babajide on April 16, 2021
I never met you ,but ,being a brother to my dear brother Sam, I heard about you. Your life has indeed, been fulfilled.Though you went home too soon,I am convinced you are resting in the bosom of our Lord Jesus where there is no sorrow or pain.May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace .Rest on sister.
Dr Omolara Elsie Babajide
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Kate, The Light Shines On

A wife, mother, sister, and a friend, Kate was passionate, considerate and a loving person. She was driven, ambitious and always had a never give up attitude. She loved life and loved to laugh. A very generous person, Kate touched so many lives and always desires to impact more lives. 
A financial services professional, Kate gave her best to her clients always wanting to go beyond to ensure excellent customer service. 
A loving mother to her three beautiful kids whom she inspired each and every day to be more than what they thought they could ever be. An excellent wife to her lovely husband Sam, Kate was the pillar to her family.
Her legacy will continue to live on.
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Shared by Deborah Edoho on March 30, 2021
Kate was a loyal and thoughtful friend and co-worker.  She loved life and was a joy to be around.  She was hard working, passionate and  loved her job and her clients. I will miss her smile and laughter. I will miss hanging out with her.  They say the good die young. Sleep in peace my friend. See you in the Earth made new.

Forever missed
Alethea