ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Clare Onuegbu, 45 years old, born on March 13, 1976, and passed away on March 20, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Jerry Obazele on April 15, 2021
If I had known that it would be the last time I would speak to you on March 1, I do not think I would have ended the call. I am still in shock and cannot believe that this is true. Ohhhh Clare, You will be greatly missed. Please rest now till we meet to part now more, Amen. Kai
Posted by Chiamaka Okpalike on March 26, 2021
So so sad writing this. I wake up every morning expecting to hear that this news is false untill I spoke with mummy two days ago. . I still remember every of our conversations. Your advice and all. I have refused to open our WhatsApp chat. I miss you dear coz. Rest on sweet coz. Rest on sweet soul. I know you are resting with the Lord. Pray for us here on earth.
Posted by Okafor Patrick on March 25, 2021
It's sad to write this tribute.
Respect must be payed because you deserve it.
It's still a shock and I wish it's a dream. I have been trying to wake from it but writing this means it's real. So .
The last time we met is still fresh in my heart. You will laugh and share. Your advice is top notch now I can have it no more. A friend to your brother but you took me as family.
My first time ever at the cinema was with you to see a movie..
You will forever be missed.
Rest on aunty
Till we meet to part no more
Bye bye.
Posted by Ifechidelu George-Samuel on March 25, 2021
It feels like years but it has only been days,
And yet that is still too long.
I still love you the same as if you were still here with me, laughing during the good times and crying during the bad ones.
I miss being able to call you any time and spend hours talking about everything under the sun.
There was so much we didn't talk about, so many conversations we didn't finish.
We had our own set of friends and our own set of goals for our lives, but that still didn’t change the fact that we were siblings.
There was nothing that I wouldn’t do for you and nothing that you wouldn’t do for me.
I always wish you were still here with me enjoying life,
But I can understand why God would want such a beautiful angel on his side from now until eternity.
Just know that I love and miss you,
And this is the tribute to you, ClareBear, my beautiful sister.

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Posted by Jerry Obazele on April 15, 2021
If I had known that it would be the last time I would speak to you on March 1, I do not think I would have ended the call. I am still in shock and cannot believe that this is true. Ohhhh Clare, You will be greatly missed. Please rest now till we meet to part now more, Amen. Kai
Posted by Chiamaka Okpalike on March 26, 2021
So so sad writing this. I wake up every morning expecting to hear that this news is false untill I spoke with mummy two days ago. . I still remember every of our conversations. Your advice and all. I have refused to open our WhatsApp chat. I miss you dear coz. Rest on sweet coz. Rest on sweet soul. I know you are resting with the Lord. Pray for us here on earth.
Posted by Okafor Patrick on March 25, 2021
It's sad to write this tribute.
Respect must be payed because you deserve it.
It's still a shock and I wish it's a dream. I have been trying to wake from it but writing this means it's real. So .
The last time we met is still fresh in my heart. You will laugh and share. Your advice is top notch now I can have it no more. A friend to your brother but you took me as family.
My first time ever at the cinema was with you to see a movie..
You will forever be missed.
Rest on aunty
Till we meet to part no more
Bye bye.
her Life
I've been trying to put words together but it's really not that easy when the mind is so scrambled up together.
Clare has always been an influential part of my life. She was someone i could always depend on for support and encouragement. She was someone readily available to help in whatever situation, no matter who you were. She was kind hearted, beautiful, and charming. I like to use the word Charming to describe Clare because wherever she was, there was always this glow around.
She didn't just play the part of a sister, she was a mother too to all of us. She was a listener and even if she didn't always have the answers, she had a way with words, words that will dig deep and soothe that burning soul.
She had an amusing sense of humour,those that were fortunate to see this side of her can attest to that. She was just a gem, a very rare one. I hear people ask, "where do we find someone like her again"? This question hits deep because of the truth in it. Clare was unique in a whole different level.
In the Church, she was an outstanding and devoted member to both the Diocesian and Dominican order. 
Yet as shocking as the news is, we seek comfort and solace from the fact that she is with God now. We had a taste of the kind of person Clare was. Perhaps the heavens were jealous and took her back...regardless, I ask everyone to come together and thank God for her life. It was indeed well-lived.
We will miss her, no doubt but I know if we could see her now, she will be smiling at all of us. 
Rest on Clare
Rest on Big Sis.
Till we meet again.

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