Let the memory of Comfort be with us forever
  • 68 years old
  • Born on November 3, 1944 .
  • Passed away on January 30, 2013 .
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Comfort Ukueku, 68, born on November 3, 1944 and passed away on January 30, 2013. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Marian Ukueku Bakumo on 30th January 2016
May you continue to rest in peace mum.
Posted by Tare Abraham on 16th June 2013
Grandma!!! It hurts two know that I'll never be able to say Mingwo two you and you'll never say Vrendo to me again. It also hurts to know that I'll never see your face again. I miss how my nickname from you was 'MY BABY GIRL' I miss that, I try to say to myself your just sleeping for a long time which helps me sometimes. May your soul R.I.P
Posted by Adekunle Balogun on 7th February 2013
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. Your love of those who knew you lives in their heart forever. Rest in peace
Posted by Michelle Ukueku on 6th February 2013
Ma mi leh! You will be greatly missed, I will miss troubling you, laughing with you etc... Your 'extrovert daughter' Lol! I know you are in a better place. May your Soul Rest in Perfect Peace.
Posted by Odiri Patience Ukueku on 5th February 2013
Auntie You May Be Gone But You Will Never Be Forgotten, I Know You Are With The Lord And He Is Taking Care Of You, May Your Soul Rest In Peace. You Will Truly Be Missed.
Posted by Nadine Ukueku on 5th February 2013
Mom, we celebrate your life. You welcomed me into your family and made me feel comfortable. I promise to take care of your son. We will miss you
Posted by Gabe Ukueku on 5th February 2013
Mom, you were the pillar of our family and you brought light to every gathering. You were not just our mother but also a mother to many others. For you, it was always about your children. You fought endlessly to better our lives and for that we are grateful. Now that you are gone, who will call me ‘Akpome-boy’? I am honored to have had the opportunity to call you mom. I love you.
Posted by Joyce Adeyemo on 5th February 2013
Mummy you lived a tireless life, a life full of struggle and hard work, you were a wonderful mum to many, helped so many and believed so much in service to humanity. we love you and will forever remember your good deeds. I wished a had the opportunity to take good care of you more than you can ever imagine. Rest in Peace Mum
Posted by Cecile Audrey Atangana on 5th February 2013
I called you grandma.. You called me your baby. You had that warmth that emanated from you. You were one caring, tough ,loving woman. Youll surely be missed.but i know you are in the Almighty's bossom,the best plac to be. Luv
Posted by Vincent Ukueku on 5th February 2013
My Able Mum, you have Inspired Many lives in so many ways. People speak of the Love, Empathy, Encouragement you have given Without Measure. Your Purpose in Life Was Achieved and to top it up You Rested in Christ. Your Departing will be a Celebration and a Reminded that we all have a role to play. I Miss You.
Posted by Marian Ukueku Bakumo on 4th February 2013
Mummy, every passing day echoes my pet name..MAYMAY GIRL., and it does not make it easier when the phone rings and you are not on the other side. Mummy you served, loved and cared selflessly, not expecting to be rewarded or thanked. everyone you came in contact with, shared your God's given kindness that knew no boundaries. I thank God for the work he sent you to do on earth. Love you mum

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