ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Chinwe Edero 48 years old , born on May 20, 1970 and passed away on April 11, 2019. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Chikaodinaka Echebiri on April 11, 2021
Remembering your passing today dear friend and sister. Miss you constantly. Rest on in Heaven with the choirs of angels.
Posted by Geraldine Echebiri on April 21, 2019
DaChinwe,
I am blessed to have made your acquaintance back in 2008 when I visited Nigeria and you opened your home to me for a few nights. Your kind gesture touched me and I will for ever remember it. I am sad that you had to leave this earth so soon, but pray that you are now resting in God's presence filled with everlasting joy and peace.
Adieu, Sister.
Sincerely,
Geraldine Merisier (Echebiri)
Posted by Anthony-Jude Anyanwu on April 20, 2019
E.C. as we fondly call you while growing up. You were a loving cheerful person. You discriminated between us and your siblings. Even though we were neighbors, we also get to eat at your house with your siblings without any iota of discrimination and we felt like family. Even to the extent that I wanted my cousin to marry you then. Your family was my family up till now. We shall miss those smiles of yours. It's most painful because we are supposed to bury our old parents and not the other way round. But I wish your soul a perfect peace in the bosom of the Lord. Farewell E C
Posted by Anthony-Jude Anyanwu on April 20, 2019
E.C. as we fondly call you while growing up. You were a loving cheerful person. You discriminated between us and your siblings. Even though we were neighbors, we also get to eat at your house with your siblings without any iota of discrimination and we felt like family. Even to the extent that I wanted my cousin to marry you then. Your family was my family up till now. We shall miss those smiles of yours. It's most painful because we are supposed to bury our old parents and not the other way round. But I wish your soul a perfect peace in the bosom of Lord. Farewell E C
Posted by Sylvia Unegbu Madufor on April 16, 2019
Words really fail me. CA like I always called you big sis. You were gold. There is no better way to describe you. A soft spoken beautiful woman with a heart as large as an ocean. Everyone who knew you can attest to your gentleness, your good work ethic, philanthropy and your love for your family. My beloved sis. I remember the words you said to me towards the end of your life and I promise you I would never let you down. You have lost your voice but I would speak for you and I would stand up for you. Rest well beloved sis. You fought so hard to live but I believe it is how God wanted it to be. Sleep well and say hello to my sweetheart Chima for me until we all meet to part no more.
Posted by Princess Odukudu on April 15, 2019
It has pleased God to call you my dear big sister EC leaving us your loved ones in pain, shock and grief. Words can't express the pain i feel in my heart right now, not up to a year we lost a dear cousin, a dear inlaw now this. God please not anymore. May God bless your soul, watch over your cute daughter, strenghten your parents, siblings, we your cousins, friends and the entire Egbutu family. We love you dear sister, rest in heaven.
Posted by Moet Prestige on April 15, 2019
Dear sis., when the news of ur sudden passage unto glory came to me, I could not believe it. I thought my ear was playing me a kind of trick that I had to hang up in order that the caller could call back again to tell me that he was actually not meaning u were the one dead but, he called back to clearly tell me u were dead, then I was shocked. My heart bleeds because it was a long time I saw u, I can't even remember the last time. I know God who created life and death will shine His light of mercy on u. Rest on dear sis!
Posted by Chikaodinaka Echebiri on April 15, 2019
Chi dear,
I received the news of your demise with a palpable sense of extreme loss of one so dear and close to me. There are no sufficient words to describe how I felt and still feel at your graceful exit. Yes, I use the word, graceful because that partly explains your persona. You had so many qualities that you never even realized, and that's what made you so special.
Chai, I didn't realize that when I saw you on November 2018, that it would be the last time. This hurts real bad! But you know what? I am only going to remember and treasure the moments that I spent with you, which were joyful indeed. Although you have departed from this cold, hard world , I know that you've gone to be with Our Father, in Heaven- which counts for much.
I'm going to miss you nne, no doubt about that - known you for 24 years plus since our youth service at Shere Hills, Plateau state.
Goodbye sister mine, till we meet again!
~Chika Duruaku (nee Echebiri).
Posted by Onyinye Nwosu on April 15, 2019
Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, i remembered you so well light skinned and beautiful, even as a kid then i use to admire you.May your gentle soul rest in peace sis.
Posted by Emeka Bruno on April 15, 2019
Dear sister E.C. words can't express the pain in y heart concerning your passing unto glory. Having not seen you for some years due to marriage and occupational relocation, I was looking forward to seeing you during the planned "homecoming" for all Egbutu daughters. But now this news of your demise has thwarted it, thereby aggravating the pain of losing a dear one like you.
There is no doubt that death is an inevitable end to all mortals. it is democratic in nature, hence all mortals must participate in it. Yet the death of loved one leaves a gaping hole in the hearts of those that loved him or her that takes some time to heal.
E. C, your death has created a vacuum in our family as a whole, yet we are not faithless, as we believe in the resurrection of souls in Christ Jesus on the last day, then we shall meet to part no more. Adieu Sister.
Posted by Cynthia Enyioha on April 15, 2019
Death where is thy sting! Chinwe my dear sister. We grew up in the same neighborhood. Unlike some other young girls of your age then I never saw you partying nor messing around. Unknowingly to you, you were a Perfect role model.
You fought as a strong woman. You motivated ladies like me to keep fighting. I will not cry anymore but celebrate you my sister.
I know you are in a better place where no man or sickness can bother you again.
Adieu my Dear sister till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Gloria Tsaro-Dii on April 15, 2019
Hmmmmm!Chinwe,we cannot really ,really understand why it has to be soooo....soon !
But God knows best !
You went through a lot of things that can sink any woman’s soul ,you fought and thought it was going to be fine ,but it turned out to be that you are resting with the lord .
We will missed you here but we know that you are resting in the Lord and interceding for your daughter.
The Lord will watch over her and your parents and siblings in Jesus name amen.
May your gentle soul rest in peace

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Posted by Chikaodinaka Echebiri on April 11, 2021
Remembering your passing today dear friend and sister. Miss you constantly. Rest on in Heaven with the choirs of angels.
Posted by Geraldine Echebiri on April 21, 2019
DaChinwe,
I am blessed to have made your acquaintance back in 2008 when I visited Nigeria and you opened your home to me for a few nights. Your kind gesture touched me and I will for ever remember it. I am sad that you had to leave this earth so soon, but pray that you are now resting in God's presence filled with everlasting joy and peace.
Adieu, Sister.
Sincerely,
Geraldine Merisier (Echebiri)
Posted by Anthony-Jude Anyanwu on April 20, 2019
E.C. as we fondly call you while growing up. You were a loving cheerful person. You discriminated between us and your siblings. Even though we were neighbors, we also get to eat at your house with your siblings without any iota of discrimination and we felt like family. Even to the extent that I wanted my cousin to marry you then. Your family was my family up till now. We shall miss those smiles of yours. It's most painful because we are supposed to bury our old parents and not the other way round. But I wish your soul a perfect peace in the bosom of the Lord. Farewell E C
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Words really fail me. CA like I always called you big sis. You were gold. There is no better way to describe you. A soft spoken beautiful woman with a heart as large as an ocean. Everyone who knew you can attest to your gentleness, your good work ethic, philanthropy and your love for your family. My beloved sis. I remember the words you said to me towards the end of your life and I promise you I would never let you down. You have lost your voice but I would speak for you and I would stand up for you. Rest well beloved sis. You fought so hard to live but I believe it is how God wanted it to be. Sleep well and say hello to my sweetheart Chima for me until we all meet to part no more. 

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Shared by Michael Anyanwu on April 15, 2019

It was a big shock to me, when I heard about your demise, as the last time I saw you was when I was a small boy while staying in owerri on the same street with my family.

We can not question God why this happened to you but we only pray that he accepts your soul in peace and grant you eternal rest. May he also grant your family and siblings the fortitude to bear the loss.

Rest in peace Sister Chinwe.