ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, DR DANIEL EBOIGBE, 76 years old, born on March 14, 1944, and passed away on February 8, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by blessing paasewe on February 26, 2021
DR DANIEL OGHOGHO EBOIGBE...was an example and inspiration to many lifes,He treated orthers with kindness and respect.

So long!Good night DR EBOIGBE
Posted by Semi Odeh on February 24, 2021
I only had the opportunity to meet you one time in the United States when you came to my house in New York. One word I can use to describe you is peace. You were so peaceful and calm. Continue to rest well in thy Lord's bossom till eternity ijn.
Posted by Coco Otiotio on February 24, 2021
Rest In Peace Dr....

You will remain forever in our hearts!!!!

Posted by Onah Kelikume on February 24, 2021
Sweet dad has gone to be with the Lord, a man full of laughter, always happy to have people around him, generous with his time, my friend’s father who also became my father. May your gentle soul rest in the bosom of God, till we meet to part no more.  .
Posted by Cynthia Eniye-doutimi on February 24, 2021
Daddy you treated me like your biological daughter...When I felt there was no one there for me during my wedding you stood by me and you supported me greatly..You made sure my traditional wedding was a success despite the ups and downs..You also took me to the altar on my wedding day, You gave me shelter when I had Daniella who was named after you. You showed me a fatherly love that I never got...You will forever be in my heart. I miss you greatly daddy. I know you’re in a better place. RIP A jolly good fellow
Posted by Kim Bestest on February 23, 2021
Daddy you lived a good life... as a loving husband,father,brother & as a good friend to my dad. I knew you as a my daddy friend & my best friend father. After my dad died you acted as a father to me and my family. We promise to make you proud. Love you daddy. Forever in our heart. Rest In Peace
Posted by Erhauyi Evbuomwan on February 20, 2021
Rest In Peace my second daddy ❤️
Posted by Edi Tegz on February 19, 2021
The joy that relief me off the pain of your death, was your last encounter with God Almighty and Jesus Christ during the online GKS morning prayer meeting held on the 6th February 2021.
This can not be erase off my memory, it was the best thing I could ever offer and now that you are gone, ,it gives me joy by each day.
The prayer meeting was lead by Minister Joshua Chukwudi, Tsp 111 and 125 were sang ,very meaningful songs.
This was immediately followed by the Text for the day.;"God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?"Numbers 23:19 KJV.He ended it with Tsp 187 part 1 and the closing prayer.
This was immediately followed by the phone speaker reading of Matthew chapter 8 and 9, the lifting up of your right hand and your meditation showed how deep you were with God Almighty and Jesus Christ that day, little did I know you had less than 48 hours to commence your rest.
The good works you have done will speak for you on the day of resurrection, sleep on daddy. Sister Roseline Ediale-Otoide.
Posted by Lovette Egwaoje on February 16, 2021
What a painful exit! Never expected it happen so soon. I always remember the way you played with me the first time I saw you at Ubiaja 1977/78 can’t remember exactly, at my tender age though. I came on a weekend visit with my late brother doc Tyrone Eregie and his wife. I could still remember how I was greatly afraid when I saw the dog you had then, very big and was waging it’s tail and coming to me, you told me the dog was playing with me and you were able to calm me down, encouraged me to play with it by robbing it’s back. I was so glad when you also became my sist’s husband. A great in-law to the Eregies and a son to my father late eng R.I Eregie. How can i forget how myself and sisters look up to seeing you drive along Ekosodi village at Uniben because we were sure of getting a chicken from you.....
You will be highly missed because you were a father to all and a good giver. God will surely look after your loved ones because of your good deeds on earth.
I pray God rest your gentle soul in peace. Amen 
Posted by Alero Odeh on February 16, 2021
Even in your death, I will miss your wisdom of the many years of experience and the pure love of an understanding heart. Love every soul that he touches. I am grateful for having such a wonderful grandpa like you RIP my hero!
Posted by Tuedor Fredrick on February 16, 2021
The exit of a General, the leader of the Tuedor family, our beloveth cousin Dr. Daniel Oghogho Eboigbe. What a true leader you were, you ensured that the family stayed together no matter what. You gave the voiceless and weak amongst us the opportunity for a better tomorrow by ensuring that Papa’s ( Omatseye Gbomo Tuedor) Estate was properly and effectively managed to finance our up keep and education.
You were to me, more of a father than even an uncle, you were always there to listen to me, guide and advice me. I cannot forget the good old days at your former house in Okhoro Benin City, the handouts.. the gifts and more than anything else the encouragement and hope you gave me.. you stood in the gap for me as a father..... during my trying times ... my boyhood days and in my first marriage to my beloveth late wife Osasogie Mabel Tuedor Nee Okundaye. I remember vividly during the traditional marriage when I was asked for the bride price and as I reached out to my pocket you held me back and told me not to worry. I will forever cherish your memory Uncle Dan.
This is a sad exit but we give all glory to God Almighty who giveth and taketh...who are we to question The Almighty God.. We love you so much Uncle Dan but God loves you more.
Rest in peace, in the bosom of our creator God Almighty until we meet to part no more my hero Uncle Daniel Eboigbe..
Posted by Aje Osagie on February 16, 2021
Death is always so cruel, visiting when not welcomed.
You lived a good life, May your Soul Rest In Peace, and your gentle spirit guard and guide your loved ones that you left behind .
Rest on, until resurrection day.
Ados Adios Adios.
Posted by Susan Alalade on February 15, 2021
You were a father with such a loving heart. Me and my sisters always look forward to seeing you in Ekosodi back then in our school days. We were sure of getting a life chicken for the weekend stew.

It's heartbreaking to know we will never see or speak with you again.

We miss you smiles and your great words of advice.

You will surely have a great time with pa R.I Eregie in heaven.

Rest in peace great man!

Susan Eregie Alalade
Posted by Omawunmi Eboigbe on February 16, 2021
Oh daddy, there is just too much to say, I don’t know how it would be without you. I didn’t think it will be so difficult. You were a rare and beautiful soul

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Posted by blessing paasewe on February 26, 2021
DR DANIEL OGHOGHO EBOIGBE...was an example and inspiration to many lifes,He treated orthers with kindness and respect.

So long!Good night DR EBOIGBE
Posted by Semi Odeh on February 24, 2021
I only had the opportunity to meet you one time in the United States when you came to my house in New York. One word I can use to describe you is peace. You were so peaceful and calm. Continue to rest well in thy Lord's bossom till eternity ijn.
Posted by Coco Otiotio on February 24, 2021
Rest In Peace Dr....

You will remain forever in our hearts!!!!

his Life

Biography

Dr Daniel Oghogho Eboigbe was born on the 14th of March 1944 at Ubiaja in Edo State to Late Mr Ebose Eboigbe and Late Madam Dora Ogbomo Tuedor. He lived his early life with his mother in Warri where he grew up and attended Hussey College. His love for nature and passion to make a difference saw him embark on a journey to the Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria to Study Veterinary Medicine. He graduated with flying colors and joined the Ministry of Agriculture in the then Bendel state of Nigeria. 

He was pivotal in the setting up and implementation of various food production programs specifically in cattle ranching. This provided him an opportunity to travel across Europe and expand his experience in animal husbandry. In the mid 1970s, He decided it was time to put to use all the knowledge he had acquired coupled with learnings from his mother who was a very successful businesswoman at the time to set up a business - Tunivus Farms in partnership with his good friend Late Dr Emma Edewor who unfortunately passed away in a fatal accident a few years later. This led to the dissolution of Tunivus Farms and in 1979 the singularly owned business now Vetco Farms was incorporated, Alongside with Dora-Joy Farms Limited. He would later retire the Vetco farms which was the retail side of his business to later focus on Dora-Joy Farms to specialize in wholesale egg production until today.

Dr Daniel was a family man, hardworking and loved to make everyone around him very happy. He was born into the God's Kingdom Society and was a staunch member of the faith until his death. He dedicated his life to his children and ensured to provide them with love, support and education. Dr Daniel Oghogho Eboigbe was a kind and loving man, he will be dearly missed by his family. 

Sleep on General!! You came, you saw, and you conquered! 

Rest in peace until we see you on resurrection day... 

We love you dad... 



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Good Night; jolly good fellow.

Shared by Dr Odenigbo Ifeanyi on February 16, 2021
I came across Dr. Eboigbe in late 2000 as a resident veterinarian with Progress Agricultural Agency.

He was lively, urbane and full of fun. No dull moment with him at all times.

Seeing him a successful veterinarian gave me hope and the inspiration to also succeed as a vet. 

He shall be missed in no small measure by the veterinary world.

May God grant his soul peace in eternity, and his family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Ammmeeen.