ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Denis Etaluku. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Ken. Rawlings on October 12, 2021
Tribute to a Hero, Father in law and a Grand Father

Daddy we miss everything about you since you left us,
Your jokes, conversation on phone, laughter,...

I remembered the first day your son brought me to you, you received me as your own daughter.
All the prayers you and mummy prayed for us is manifesting in our marriage and would continue by God's grace. Amen.

Sometimes your grand daughter would come to me and say ''Mum call Grandpa I miss him'' and their conversation was always a sweet one (Grandpa and Granddaughter's love).

I remembered our last conversation. Your wish is here and you are not here to feel and embrace your wish (Heartbreaking)

Daddy you were such a precious gift from above for us to love and treasure. We will miss your presence in our lives. Even when you are gone to be with the lord , you will be in our Hearts Forever.

With Love from your Daughter in law (Glory),.and your Grandchildren(Betty, Great,...).
Posted by Ken. Rawlings on October 12, 2021
Dad was an incredible man. A man with a strong passion of raising people from the scratch. I call him " Civilian General" because he was a brave man and Achiever. Your Wealth of intelligence awards you a moving encyclopedia due to your computerized ability of providing solution to every problem with the speed of light . You were versatile in all areas of life that makes you a Technocrat of our time, a rare gem, computer brain and Iron body. You loved your people and always willing to help . You are my greatest Role Model, leader, mentor,Father, Joy giver and a Hero. You are the most courageous and resourceful man i have ever known in my entire life. Your multi tasking ability and Wealth of intelligence has played a pivoted role in my life. All i have achieved today is a testament of ur prayers and wishes. I know you are a lover of electronics and automobiles but you never waited to have one as a gift from me. Wherever you are don't forget your daughter whom you turned to ur play mate " Betty" and nickname" Ote me" will always ask of "Grandpa. We are grateful to God you lived a fulfilled life. You are alive in our hearts and minds forever.
From Kenneth and Family.
Posted by Jaro Etaluku on October 7, 2021
Chief D.E.A Etaluku was a very great man a wonderful intellect, a great soul of matchless courage, dignity, wisdom one of the great men of this earth who used all his attributes in life for most holy causes to the good of man and humanity you were always sincere and direct in your journeys thru life be it in family or politically, business, socio- culturally and these led to unity stability and progress in all ramifications people like you don’t come by often your vision in life was very diverse and of a very high scope which attracted people to you for consultations
I wish to use this medium on behalf of myself and family to say thank you for all you’ve instilled in me you remain in our hearts forever and we love and miss you so much you were not just my Dad but a very good friend Adieu Papa remain blessed
Posted by Ode Dixon on July 17, 2021
My able and capable daddy! I still can't believe you're gone 
Dedicated and steadfast to the causes you believed in until your last breath, you're dearly missed 
Your exemplary life will always remain a roadmap for all of us your children you left behind.

Nyé émé re ra ósé
Posted by Kenneth Ogbe on July 17, 2021
Our daddy, High Chief Dennis Etaluku was the pillar of unity Isoko needed at all times. He never discriminates against anyone or tribe and loves all equally. I fondly referred to him as the 'Otota of Isoko nation' because he was the rally point when crises erupt in any community. Though he lived a fulfilled life, he will be missed greatly, rest on peacefully my Chief.
Posted by Etawhara Jennifer on July 14, 2021
Best Dad Ever,
Ooh death,ooh death ….you did me wrong not just me but an entire generation..Just when we needed his wisdom, tenacity,courage, to speak the truth at all time to this generation that is so hypocritical!! ooh death you took a rare gem from us…..just like yesterday you walked me than the aisle and the other day you named my daughter but is clearer now why she was named Otomeno …. Thank You daddy….
I’m the best in all I do today,because being good is not good enough for you because you always pushed us to be the best in all that we do and this is evident in all ur children…
Two days before ur demise, you revealed to me that you are leaving this odoriferous world and left instructions to me and God helping those instructions will be kept…
Best dad ever your legacy lives on….

Posted by Ogheneruona Lauretta Ogbo... on July 13, 2021
Daddy, you’ve passed onto glory, but your memories will always be evergreen.
Thank you for welcoming me as your daughter and an addition to the family, thank you for raising your son to be a great husband to me and a wonderful dad to our child and unborn kids. I’m glad I was able to visit you and see you in your last days.
Your grand daughter, Elozino will know you called her “Fancy Lady,” a name I cherish.
I pray you forever rest in the bosom of the Lord, watch over mummy and all of us. You will always be celebrated, your legacy lives on Highly respected Chief Denis Etaluku.
Akpo' ke de fa’ 
Posted by Amos Ogbokor-Etaluku on July 13, 2021
I watched helplessly while you took your last breath.... it's well Dad...

You taught me everything I needed to know... in the engineering field, you were there to teach me.... in the construction and fabrication industry you were there to also teach me....in the murky water of politics you cleared the way for me....in community leadership you taught me how to stand for your people....in the dredging field you left no stone unturned, you taught me the nitty gritty of Dredging and reclamation. No wonder, people in the fabrication industry nick named you as "Sabi Papa"... you have solution for every obstacle. We will continue to celebrate you even in death.

Dad, you were a man of the people. At every given opportunity you spoke truth to power. You were never a coward. You preferred to stand alone as long as you are saying the truth. Your memories will forever be evergreen.

Adieu Daddy...
Posted by Yemisi Etaluku on July 11, 2021
Daddy you will be sorely missed. It still seems unreal that you’re no longer here with us. Glad you were able to visit before the pandemic struck and spent some quality time with us. Rest peacefully in the bosom of the lord.
Posted by oro etaluku on July 11, 2021
You are greatly missed Daddy. Your wisdom, charisma and humour is deeply imprinted in our minds so cannot be forgotten. We pray the Lord will grant you eternal rest and seek his direction as we take your legacy forward.

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Posted by Ken. Rawlings on October 12, 2021
Tribute to a Hero, Father in law and a Grand Father

Daddy we miss everything about you since you left us,
Your jokes, conversation on phone, laughter,...

I remembered the first day your son brought me to you, you received me as your own daughter.
All the prayers you and mummy prayed for us is manifesting in our marriage and would continue by God's grace. Amen.

Sometimes your grand daughter would come to me and say ''Mum call Grandpa I miss him'' and their conversation was always a sweet one (Grandpa and Granddaughter's love).

I remembered our last conversation. Your wish is here and you are not here to feel and embrace your wish (Heartbreaking)

Daddy you were such a precious gift from above for us to love and treasure. We will miss your presence in our lives. Even when you are gone to be with the lord , you will be in our Hearts Forever.

With Love from your Daughter in law (Glory),.and your Grandchildren(Betty, Great,...).
Posted by Ken. Rawlings on October 12, 2021
Dad was an incredible man. A man with a strong passion of raising people from the scratch. I call him " Civilian General" because he was a brave man and Achiever. Your Wealth of intelligence awards you a moving encyclopedia due to your computerized ability of providing solution to every problem with the speed of light . You were versatile in all areas of life that makes you a Technocrat of our time, a rare gem, computer brain and Iron body. You loved your people and always willing to help . You are my greatest Role Model, leader, mentor,Father, Joy giver and a Hero. You are the most courageous and resourceful man i have ever known in my entire life. Your multi tasking ability and Wealth of intelligence has played a pivoted role in my life. All i have achieved today is a testament of ur prayers and wishes. I know you are a lover of electronics and automobiles but you never waited to have one as a gift from me. Wherever you are don't forget your daughter whom you turned to ur play mate " Betty" and nickname" Ote me" will always ask of "Grandpa. We are grateful to God you lived a fulfilled life. You are alive in our hearts and minds forever.
From Kenneth and Family.
Posted by Jaro Etaluku on October 7, 2021
Chief D.E.A Etaluku was a very great man a wonderful intellect, a great soul of matchless courage, dignity, wisdom one of the great men of this earth who used all his attributes in life for most holy causes to the good of man and humanity you were always sincere and direct in your journeys thru life be it in family or politically, business, socio- culturally and these led to unity stability and progress in all ramifications people like you don’t come by often your vision in life was very diverse and of a very high scope which attracted people to you for consultations
I wish to use this medium on behalf of myself and family to say thank you for all you’ve instilled in me you remain in our hearts forever and we love and miss you so much you were not just my Dad but a very good friend Adieu Papa remain blessed
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Shared by Umuakpo Ovie on July 16, 2021
Chief Dennis Etaluku's life was purely that of service to God, his people and humanity. He was a fearless and courageous leader that speaks truth to power especially when the interest of his people is at stake. I cherish his well of wisdom he freely offered us to drink from. He is greatly missed by his family, friends, associates and the entire Isoko Nation. May his soul continue to rest in peace.