ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Chris UDOH 64 years old , born on April 18, 1956 and passed away on October 9, 2020. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Ibukun Adesigbin on October 25, 2020
Can’t find the words, got this link for over a week now to leave a tribute. It’s funny how you expect some people to live forever, not for a sec did think I would never see you again, talk to you and crack on about different things in life.

Uncle Chris you were an inspiration, a true definition of a man, kind at heart, selfless in humanity, generous to a fault,. You always had that smile, can’t remember a moment in all the years I knew you and that smile was missing even in the times I made you angry, that smile would still be there.

I can go on for days writing about you but it just makes me tear the more, if it is true you have actually gone to be with daddy upstairs, I hope he gives you the seat you deserve as a true son of his kingdom.

May Jehovah in his infinite mercies grant you an eternal rest in peace and protect the family you left behind, to your wonderful wife and child, Heaven will continue to shield, provide and be your strength through this period. To your extended family who you were also a father, brother, to I pray heaven consoles them accordingly.

Loss for words

Adieu
Uncle Chris Udoh
Posted by Ayokunle Fagbemi on October 25, 2020
Writing a tribute at the passage of an acquaintance, family or friends is always an uphill task because of shock, grief and pains associated with the loss; doing this is no exception.
We are indeed grateful to God Almighty for the privilege to have known and related with you as we apply our hearts to Wisdom, Jesus Christ, for the comfort of the Holy Spirit .
May God Almighty grant you Krys Udoh, eternal rest with Him and continue to console your loving wife, Abba Gloria, with the rest of the family in Jesus Christ name
Posted by Enitan Kuti on October 22, 2020
So sorry to hear about the loss of Chris. May you continue to rest at the bosom of the Almighty, and may the good Lord comfort all those you left behind. Abba, may Almighty God continue to be with you.
Posted by Andy A on October 21, 2020
Engr. Chris, you will forever be remembered for your simple and ever smiling disposition. You touched many lives. May the Lord strengthen and comfort those you left behind. My condolences to your family and everyone as we go through this irreparable season.
Adieu!
Andy Atemie
Posted by Ademola Kuye on October 20, 2020
Chris,

I was sad to hear of your passing. I had heard that you were ill and hoped that you would pull through. But God in his infinite wisdom knows best. I shall cherish all the memories of our time in Wheelers together. You were friendly, fun and an absolute gentleman; always a calming influence on all our rides and trips together. That is why you were the unanimous choice of all to succeed Patrick as Chairman of Wheelers. I didn't see much of you after you moved to Abuja and it remains a regret of mine that I could not see you before you departed from this plane. You will be missed by all those who came in contact with you. Rest in peace. Your work here is done.
Posted by Roy Ovbiagele on October 20, 2020
Chairman Chris. My Big brother, good friend and Biking mentor. Always concerned about everyone including strangers. Humble, strong, full of fun, smiles and laughter. I remember clearly our first ride to Benin. You took very good care of us new to the riding persuasion. You, already a skilled Master was always gentle yet firm. A loving Father and husband. A great friend to us all. We will miss you bro. Rest in peace. Amen.
Posted by Adedapo Omoni on October 20, 2020
A more jovial fellow, a more dedicated Wheeler, would be hard to find. Of course it would be trivial to think you never had any worries, but one would be hard pressed to see it on your face or in the way you carried yourself.

You have run your race. May your soul rest in peace.

Abba, God is your strength and your rock. May His peace and succour envelope the family at this time. Amen.
Posted by Olugbo Braithwaite on October 20, 2020
Uncle Chris as we called him in Wheelers motorcycle club was one of our founding fathers. He always had a way with us younger ones that made me respect and like him. He was a great guy. I know he is a good father, a good husband and a good Christian. He didn't joke with his family and would always leave on time to ensure he was home to Abba and his son. I remember how many bikers turned up for his 50th birthday and also later for his son's naming. It is a shame that with all the adventures he lived on the bike that he has left us like this. I am sure all the bikers in Nigeria know Uncle Chris. He will be missed. God knows best. 
Posted by Ubon Inyang on October 20, 2020
Ore I bid you farewell, you did not care much about status, you remained true to your beliefs, family and friends. When it was time to dig deep you did so without any hesitation and when it was time to celebrate it did not get over you. Your humility will be sorely missed but I believe you are in a better place and for that I will continue to thank God for your life here on earth. Go in Peace, I will continue to cherish you until the end of time.

I pray that the family and friends you left behind have the fortitude to bear your loss.
Posted by Mike Okojie on October 20, 2020
What a great guy you were Kris, you took out time for everyone.
You kept your side of every bargain worthy, you're indeed a good man.

Now, it's our turn to say thank you Father for your life here on earth.

Can we question the almighty?????
We know you've found rest in His bosom.

Adieu my brother Kris

My family and I miss your ever affectionate love.
Rest in perfect peace
Posted by Josephine Mekako Zarzar on October 19, 2020
Chris, I remember you with fond memories. You touched many lives with your kindness, friendship and willingness to help others in need. You will forever be missed. 
Posted by Kingsley Osayi on October 19, 2020
Chris I am going to really miss you. You were a genuine person, a true man of great qualities and above all real gentle man. You have been taken from us at such a young age but we thank God for your life. Our interactions were all through your life. First we met as kids in NIFOR (Nigerian Institute For Oil Palm Research) were our parents worked. We continued to be friends when we were in Lagos, when I was a medical student at UNILAG and you a student at Yaba tech. Later your regular visits to my house in London with Abba and David; all these still vivid in my mind. Rest well Chris. We defo will meet again..... Kingsley Osayi
Posted by Tonnie Olise on October 19, 2020
Awesome guy! Sleep well Chris.
Our paths will surely cross again.
Adieu my friend - your memory will always be a blessing.
Posted by Josephine Smith on October 19, 2020
I didn’t get to meet you dear Chris but your sweetheart Abba was always talking about you. We had prayed that God will heal you so that you can continue to bless your family with love and care but God had other plans. Please watch over them where you are. I pray God grant your gentle soul eternal rest amen. It will continue to be well with the beautiful family you left behind amen
Posted by Asa Zitaz on October 19, 2020
Words fail me. My heart is broken, but i rest in assurance of the word of our lord Jesus, that you are sleeping in his bosom. Knowing Abba and you for over 30yrs made you guys part of my family than friends
Chris, you were; C- cool, calm. H --hearty and honest, R --resillience,I - insightful, S --spirit of servce . These and many more virtues i know you have left as a legacy for David to be proud of and to also follow. Abba, my sister from another womb...Be strong and trust in God as always..He is faithful. Eternal rest grant to him lord and may your perpetual light continue to shine on him. May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Ronke Gbadebo on October 19, 2020
Brother mii, we didnt talk like this now. You have gone to a better place. You have now put on immortality, May you gentle soul rest in the bosom of our Lord. May the Comforter comfort my friend and son in Jesus Name.
Abba, I speak comfort to you in Jesus Name. Isaiah 40:1
Posted by Vivian Ohabuka on October 19, 2020
Dear brother Chris,
May your soul as a 'Just' continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty God forever.
Goodnight and see you on the resurrection morning!!             Sister Abba, my beloved, may the Lord uphold and strengthen you and yours in this trying period and forever. He will give you beauty for ashes and turning your mourning into dancing. Ps.30:11.
Posted by Oluwafunmilola Oluwafemi on October 19, 2020
My dearest brother Chris!!!!!
Words fail me, my heart is heavy but I rest in the believe that you are in a better place.
Sleep on dear brother till resurrection morning!!!!!
ABBA may the God of all comfort be with you and David at this time and may the Balm in Gilead sooth all your pain.
Love you!!!!
Posted by Rems K on October 19, 2020
Everyone has to go one day or another BUT some departures are TOO much to bear. This world deserve people like you but I guess heaven deserved you more!
Rest well......Somebody, as I used to call you. The Lord strengthens Abba & David from the inner mind in Jesus name!
Posted by Esther Usen on October 18, 2020
Farewell Mr. Chris Udoaka. You had such a lovely smile, full of life. Rest on in the bossom of the Lord. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Abiodun Fawunmi on October 18, 2020
What can I write about a friend I’ve known for more than 25 years with a pleasant smile and Strength of character that never changed?
Always helpful, brilliant yet of easy demeanour.
You may have departed but your legacy will continue to abide and influence us.
The Lord will surely take care of your family and loved ones.
Good bye and good night my man.
Posted by Catherine Okafor on October 18, 2020
Dear Chris, it’s still so shocking to come to terms with the fact that you are no longer with us. God knows best. May your gentle soul Rest In Peace. May God continue to guide and protect your loved ones - amen!
Posted by Ade Allen on October 18, 2020
My deep heart felt condolences.
Dear Abasiama, The good Lord will uphold you with His mighty hands and may you find comfort and strength under His wings. God bless Pst Chris' soul and may him sleep in the bosom of Christ.
I pray for peace of God upon family and friends.
Posted by Agexichukwu NKIRU on October 18, 2020
My heart bleeds when I heard of your demise. Pastor Chris as my children and my entire family call you. You are indeed a pastor to us. You took us like your own. Most times when we come to friendship centre and its already night , my mind won't be at rest because of the distance I will go with my family before I get to my residence, but pastor Chris will carry us with his car not minding the distance and drop us at our doorstep, ooooo! My heart bleeds. I have never seen such a caring and loving man like you.! I know we will meet you again. To your wonderful wife,the Grace to carry on we pray. God will see you through and every crooked way will be made straight. Adieu Pastor Chris
Posted by Dayo Olutunde on October 18, 2020
My dear sis, its with a heavy heart i wite this tribute. In all honesty I am lost for the right words. All I can say at this time is, may your darling husband's soul rest in perfect peace. May the love n memories you both share see you through this period. Amen. May almighty God be with u and the entire family. Ore, my heart n prayers are with you.
Posted by Tawa Yinusa on October 18, 2020
Words failed me!

Goodnight Uncle Chris and rest in the bosom of the Lord!

My Dear Abba, stay strong and I pray Almighty continue to be with you and yours, strengthen you and give you strength to carry on. Take heart Dear
Posted by Olukemi Odedairo on October 18, 2020
My brother, Chris, how wonderful to have known you. You were friendly, kind and respectful. Blessed is the memory of the just, indeed! May the family you left behind find the strength to continue where you left off. You will be fondly missed by all who knew you. Continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord till we meet again!
Posted by Joyce Damilola on October 18, 2020
Aunty Dami as you fondly call me. Uncle Chris, you were so gentle and humble, diligent, and dutifully serving even in the final moments of your transit. A servant leader you were, ensuring peace prevailed around you. Now, you have won and conquered death. We will miss you a great deal but would assuredly meet again. Keep resting as you are seated with Christ.
Posted by Oladunni Sanwo on October 18, 2020
Bro Chris,

Life indeed too short!!!
I can't just come to this term that you have seen Our Lord, Our Savior, Our Redeemer!

For us here is FAITH!
But You is REALITY!
I CAN only IMAGINE.

Adieu My Adorable Brother! A TRUE Child of GOD in ALL Ramification!
Baba David sleep on!

Thank you JESUS for this Soldier's home call.



Dunni Sanwo

Posted by Ade Plumptre on October 18, 2020
My guy. I was shocked ... you where like a big bro , who looked younger than us with a friendly disposition. Always wanted to ride but was stopped due to health reasons ....envied you and the spirit to ride free... An amazing husband and caring father. We are greatful for those times and we rejoice for we shall see again in GOD'S GLORY through JESUS CHRIST OUR LORD.

Abba you've always being a strong person and that strength is needed now , HE will uphold and keep you both.
Posted by Bolanle Body-Lawson on October 18, 2020
Uncle Chris, I find it hard to believe you are gone. I know you are in a better place and we will meet again. Your quiet smile and grace were a wonderful addition to our lives. The Lord will comfort you sis Abba and David.
Posted by Morenikeji Plumptre on October 18, 2020
Bro Chris, my brother in the Lord. May you continue to rest in perfect peace. You lived a full life and always had a smile for all around you, God Almighty will take care of Abba and your son. You will surely be missed.
Posted by George Izundu on October 18, 2020
Oga Chris, it's so painful to hear of your demise from this sinful world. Having worked together in various organisations (four to be precise) you become like a brother to me. When I had serious challenge with my wife you gave me one of the wisest counsel that helped me resolve that issue. Grateful.

My wife Millicent send her condolences to your family. And may the Almighty God grant them the fortitude to bear the heavy burden your departure would place on them.

I will forever miss your charming smiles.

Eternal rest grant unto him o Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May your soul and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen.
Posted by Imo Esiet on October 18, 2020
I received the news of your death with utter disbelief. The enormity of your death was devastating. I am consoled by the fact that you are resting in the Bossom of the Lord. Abasiama I pray that Almighty God will strengthen you and grant your family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Posted by Anthony Ogidi on October 18, 2020
Our interactions at the Friendship Center however brief, showed your love and commitment to our Lord and for brethren. You visited my family too; your gentle spirit, kind words and exhortation will never be forgotten. Rest on sir, in the bossom of our Lord; where we will meet again to part no more...
Posted by MADU KELECHI on October 18, 2020
Baba Chris! It was a rude shock to hear of your demise. You were a great colleague and a boss. Always cheerful and a motivator. Your memory will live on. One thing to hold on to is that you were an ambassador of christ. You fought a good fight and that crown of glory await you in the heavenlies. Adieu my brother. We hope to meet in the last day where you will be honoured to the glory of God the father. Amen.
Posted by Robert Okonye on October 18, 2020
Still remember when we first met, sat next to each other, with the smile that never leaves your face, you made the gesture to introduce yourself, reached out in friendship, it never occurred to me that you had personal battles, you never let your personal challenge get in the way of loving and caring for others,

Rest on brother, you will be forever missed.
Posted by Edith Thompson on October 18, 2020
Uncle Chris, our Able House Fellowship Lead, Dutiful...ensuring we still had FC outlines even when the battle for life was on. Your Love for The Lord was indeed real. Now rest in His bosom. You have run so faithfully, so truly, with servitude. Bask in His glory till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Monisola Shittu on October 18, 2020
This is still so so surreal!!!!

My Oga Chris as I used to call you, may you rest in perfect peace till the day of standing, ameen!

My dearest Abba it is well and I pray that God in His Infinite Mercies will make this easy and bearable for you, ameen. May the doors of His Grace open in many fronts for you, your kids and the entire family, ameen.
Posted by Elohor Michael-Ezeh on October 18, 2020
Uncle Chris, your early exit is such a pain..it came from no where and we were all jolted. But again, this is the life we live. Here today and gone the next time. Your gentle disposition peace and warm smile will forever be missed. My family and I pray for your very peaceful repose in the Lord. May God Almighty console and be with your ever loving soulmate and dear wife, Abba. May God grant her the will, strength and resources to continue from where you left. May David grow in the knowledge that his Daddy lived to God's glory and resting with you dear Lord, until the resurrection morning. Good night Uncle Chris. Sleep well. It is well.
Posted by Daniel Bisu on October 18, 2020
The news of Uncle Chris' home calling came to me as a shock. Though I never met him in person, but I heard alot about him through his loving Wife, Mrs. Abba, who is always so fond of him. I could already feel the void created by your absence uncle. Rest on until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Ofei Audu on October 18, 2020
I got to know uncle Chris when I started working with aunt Abba in the same office. Such a gentle person who was always willing to share his all with the world. This I know because he shared his wife with everyone in in the office and the works at large.

I’m grateful I met you and knew the kind of person you are. Though I am not happy you passed, I am happy I know where you’ve gone. So I rest my mind.

Rest at the bosom of our eternal master till we meet again and Gods blessings and mercy to all who are left behind.
Posted by Ayobami Mosunmola on October 18, 2020
Uncle Chris, I still can’t believe I am writing a tribute because of your passing. Words cannot describe this difficult moment, but if this is the last time I get to say goodbye then I know I will do so with the knowledge that I consider myself blessed to have lived this life as your nephew.
You touched so many lives by your selfless and countless acts of kindness, always giving and never expecting any favors in return. Your dedication to a cause was what set you apart. For every institution you worked for, you laid the path for others to succeed.
The benefits of your hard work is a living testimony for so many young men and women you took under your wings at a personal and professional level.
Uncle, you were and will always be an inspiration to me and the entire family at large. You have left a void in the family that will never be filled. Alas, i have no one to share the 18th of April with anymore. While we mourn today, we also take comfort in the fact that your mission on earth has been fulfilled. We thank the Lord for your life and bid you farewell until we meet again
Your Nephew
Ayobami Mosunmola
Posted by Ngozi Obu on October 17, 2020
My school mate, my friend and brother, I can't believe you are gone but we can never query God because He knows the beginning from the end. You have fought the good with all your might and ran the race with all your strength, and by His grace you have been welcomed into the bosom of the Lord. I pray for Abba, my friend and sister and your son, that the Good Lord will comfort and strengthen them. The Holy Spirit will fill every void in their lives and wipe every drop of tears from their eyes. Sleep on Chris till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Niyi Aturamu on October 18, 2020
Bros, as we fondly call you, you've always treated me as a brother rather than a brother in law, I will always remember how much love you gives, how selfless you share whatever you can to help others, how consistently you maintain peace and lift up those around you with kind words. Still remember how you mimic Enomfon in the hospital, this shows your good sense of humor even on a sick bed. My family has never experience a kind hearted brother in law as you, your worth to me will forever remain immeasurable.

Aunty Aba, David and the entire Udoh family please take heart, God will be your strength and support all the time.

We will forever miss you.

Rest peacefully in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Akinlolu James on October 17, 2020
Chris, too sad to know you left this sinful world so soon but God knows why He decided to take you home at this time, who are we to question your intention, all glory be to you alone, you deserve all our praises. Sleep well my friend till we meet again !!!! Take her Abba, may the Lord comfort you and family.
Posted by Abba Udoh on October 17, 2020
I held you close as the lights faded....gone!!!! Gone to a much better place. My heart bleeds for my best friend, yet I rejoice knowing you are resting in the Lord's bosom. Ma Bébé, my love, my companion, my confidant, my all. I must stay strong, carry on and make you proud.
I will forever love you!! I miss you so much. Adieu my love.

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Posted by Ibukun Adesigbin on October 25, 2020
Can’t find the words, got this link for over a week now to leave a tribute. It’s funny how you expect some people to live forever, not for a sec did think I would never see you again, talk to you and crack on about different things in life.

Uncle Chris you were an inspiration, a true definition of a man, kind at heart, selfless in humanity, generous to a fault,. You always had that smile, can’t remember a moment in all the years I knew you and that smile was missing even in the times I made you angry, that smile would still be there.

I can go on for days writing about you but it just makes me tear the more, if it is true you have actually gone to be with daddy upstairs, I hope he gives you the seat you deserve as a true son of his kingdom.

May Jehovah in his infinite mercies grant you an eternal rest in peace and protect the family you left behind, to your wonderful wife and child, Heaven will continue to shield, provide and be your strength through this period. To your extended family who you were also a father, brother, to I pray heaven consoles them accordingly.

Loss for words

Adieu
Uncle Chris Udoh
Posted by Ayokunle Fagbemi on October 25, 2020
Writing a tribute at the passage of an acquaintance, family or friends is always an uphill task because of shock, grief and pains associated with the loss; doing this is no exception.
We are indeed grateful to God Almighty for the privilege to have known and related with you as we apply our hearts to Wisdom, Jesus Christ, for the comfort of the Holy Spirit .
May God Almighty grant you Krys Udoh, eternal rest with Him and continue to console your loving wife, Abba Gloria, with the rest of the family in Jesus Christ name
Posted by Enitan Kuti on October 22, 2020
So sorry to hear about the loss of Chris. May you continue to rest at the bosom of the Almighty, and may the good Lord comfort all those you left behind. Abba, may Almighty God continue to be with you.
his Life

BIOGRAPHY OF LATE CHRISTOPHER NSE-OBONG UDOH

Chris Nse UDOH was born on 18 April 1956 to the family of Late Pa Fredrick Udoeri and Late Madam Helen Udoeri of Iwukem in Etim Ekpo Local Government. He attended St. Joseph’s Catholic School, Iwukem and Eghosa Grammar School, Benin where he obtained his West African School Certificate (WASC) in 1977. He gained admission into Yaba College of Technology, Lagos to study Science Technology. The ever-bubbling Chris knew that course of study was not for him, so he changed to study Quantity Surveying and graduated in 1987. While studying at Yaba College of Technology, he met and married his heartthrob Abba Udoh and had been together till he answered the call to glory in October 2020. Chris worked in different capacities with several construction and telecommunications companies such as Cappa and D’Alberto; Arab Contractors; Participant Properties Ltd.; Alan Dick & Co (WA) Ltd. He was the past President of the Wheelers Motorcycle Club from 2010-2011 and was also a member of the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS).
 He is survived by his wife, children, grandchild, siblings, and other family members
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Shared by Helen Akpabio on October 22, 2020
A TRIBUTE TO MY UNCLE CHRIS UDOH
 It is with tears and broken heart trying to unravel the mystery of your death. 
Just when we thought everything had fallen in place you suddenly left us. 
Leaving a special vacuum,no one can replace. I asked my self why do good people die,. And a reply came to me in quote,  even God likes Better Things. 
So I strongly believe you're at God's right hand. 
We will forever miss you, especially your kindness and generosity towards your family friends and in-laws. 
Who will call me Aunty Helen oooooo again. 
Rest well in the Bossom of the Lord
                                             From your  
                            Aunty Helen Akpabio