ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Elliott Ewhare, 56 years old, born on May 24, 1964, and went to be with the Lord on March 24, 2021. We will remember him forever.

The family will be hosting a zoom Celebration Of Life gathering for our dear brother Elliott, due to the Covid19 restrictions. We would love for all of those who knew Elliott and were impacted by him to join us in celebrating his life on Thursday 22nd April 2021 from 6pm-9pm.

(https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83010032683?pwd=R0tDREFl...)

Meeting ID: 83010032683
Passcode: 390347

Elliott's funeral will be taking place the following day Friday 23rd April 2021, at Our Lady Help of Christians R.C Church at 11:30am. Due to Covid19 guidelines the number of attendees has been restricted. Unless through prior arrangement with the family, we ask you follow the service via the streaming link (https://www.churchservices.tv/rickmansworth). 

There will be an opportunity to pay your last respects at the chapel of rest prior to the funeral from Sat 17th - Sun 18th April between 11am and 4pm (please be aware there are only 20 available slots of 30minutes each).

We would really love for you to leave a tribute message or share a story of an event or experience with Elliott. If you choose to share in “STORIES” you have an option to upload a picture or video to the story if you would like as an option.

God bless
Posted by anny chigbo on April 23, 2021
What a way to path..... Gdnite Dude
Posted by Kiki Solade on April 22, 2021
It’s hard to think I am writing this tribute for you Uncle Elliot. It still doesn’t feel real or right...
I can’t talk about my life without talking about you. You’ve been there for me at every stage of my life. Right from when I was a child up until now. I still remember going to the New Yorker restaurant with you, my parents and Ese. I remember all the times growing up that we would spend with you all in Mill Hill. Who could forget our time in Jo-burg for you and Aunty Myrna’s fabulous wedding? What a swell time!

At every point in my life you have looked out for me. When I started my career, after uni you always encouraged me, motivated me and told me how proud you were of my achievements. When everyone else doubted me, you believed in me. I never forget when you saw fashion articles I had written online and sent them to my dad. You were always so proud of me. Your encouragement meant everything to me. Everything.

I never forget during my wedding when you turned up unexpectedly and replied to my surprise “I wouldn’t miss your big day for anything! Ah ah. You’re getting married! You’re now a madam oh!” There’s so much more I could write. So many memories. So many things to show what a truly great man you were. A fantastic uncle/cousin and a devoted nephew to my dad. You were funny, charming, caring, supportive, understanding, easy to talk to, non-judgemental. You were awesome. Simply awesome.

Uncle, the pain of losing you has cut me deep, but your memories live deeper in my heart. Thank you for everything. May you rest in the bosom of the lord in perfect everlasting peace. Until we meet again. You remain forever in my heart, Mrs Kiki (Ruki) Solade.
Posted by Uche Mere on April 22, 2021
Right from the very first moments we met, you should a warm friendship that was kind and humble. I will miss our encouragements to each other as cycling enthusiasts. Your departure has certainly created a huge void for many, most especially your family.
May the Almighty Lord grant your family the strength and tenacity to bear your depadture. You will be very much missed. It is well with your soul. Journey well my dear brother Elly!
May your kind and gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Michael Adesegun Akin-Tay... on April 22, 2021
Where do I start? I am still numb with pain on your passing 'Elli Boy' as a good many of us call you. I am still totally shocked and lost for words!
One can't sometimes help asking God why a wonderful person like you should depart the earth now and so suddenly? Your big broad smile, your infectious laughter with your 'English-speaking accent' will always linger on in my head as I remember the 'Hendon' days. The earth has definitely lost an amazing person, but the heavens have gained a real gem. The Lord giveth and he taketh. You have definitely gone too soon!!
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace Bro until we meet some day.
My heart felt condolences to your entire family at this difficult and challenging times. May the good Lord give them the strength and fortitide to bear your passing Adieu Elly
SegT
Posted by Femi Peters on April 22, 2021
We met in 1992 during our post graduate studies at Middlesex university and instantly became close buddies. A bro to my wife and children. We went my to Spain together with Bola and Justina in 1993, my first real vacation in the UK. So much fun and memories.
It hurts so much to accept that I will never come face to face with you again. I will always remember that welcoming smile and loud from the heart laughter of yours. Never a dull moment with you.
May the Lord comfort all those you left behind. Rest in Peace IJMN. Amen 
Posted by Tunde Adebayo on April 21, 2021
Miss your stories, miss playing sport with you, miss your smile and banter. You left us too soon but we are resigned to the fact that God knows best. Sleep well my friend. Rest in peace. Amen!
Posted by Chris Ehimuan on April 21, 2021
Wow Elliot! What a shocking premature exit. I pray God Almighty rests your soul in peace. May He grant your dear mum the strength to bear what must be a devastating loss to her and to the rest of your family. My heartfelt condolences to your wife Myrna and children Meghan, Ryan, Olivia and Jared to whom you were doubtless a great husband and father. You were always a good, gentle lad from when I first met you as a teenager in 1981. I remember you fondly. I remember you as my witness and best man at my wedding. I remember your visits, utmost humility and the chats we used to have. I wish you didn’t go so early but God knows best. Rest well Elliot. Rest well!
Posted by Robert MacPherson on April 21, 2021
I have known Elliott for almost 20 years since I first introduced him into the world of spinal sales. His energy and enthusiasm were magnetic and we quickly became solid professional friends. He was honest, dependable and a lot of fun! He was a great role model for anyone wanting build a career in medical devices. It was always a joy to spend time with him, to share a meal or a drink and hear him talk about his family.
We will miss him and can only send support and best wishes to all of his family.
Posted by Tapela Dahlborg on April 21, 2021
This is so sad and such a shock for me. You were a joy to meet and it’s been great teaming up on some work projects. Your professional energy was contagious and it will be sad not seeing you at Spine congresses and rushing around for meetings in London. Going to Whipps Cross hospital will not be the same. I will miss seeing you.

My thoughts are with your family.
Posted by Hope Ezomo on April 19, 2021
Dear cousin Elliott, your life was cruelly curtailed, but you packed in so much in your amazing life. I can remember us as very young children growing up together, aged about 6 and 8, playing football with the older brothers/cousins. From such humble beginnings you went to run a successful business and have 4 wonderful children. You will be missed, but never forgotten, and will remain always in our thoughts and prayers. Love Hope, Osayi, Jacob and Adam
Posted by Obukohwo Wright on April 18, 2021
Uncle! It is with deepest sorrow and sadness that I write this tribute to you because your death came as a shock to me. You were an uncle in a million; humble, kind, loving, caring and good at Heart and Soul!!!.

Whenever you came to Nigeria, I am the one taking you various places, especially going to see your Mum. I find it difficult to visit your mum now because whenever she sees me, she start crying saying Obus! Where is your Brother? Your brother has ran away, he has left me. She will start remembering everything you are doing for her, monthly money you always send to her, the good medical care etc. Who will do these things for me now?

My uncle was a good man, he has touched my life in so many ways, I will grately miss him, words can't describe this difficult moment, but if this is the last time I get to say goodbye then, I will do it with all my heart because I know you are with the Lord.
I thank the Lord for your Life and bid you farewell.
Until we meet again.

Goodbye Dearest UNCLE.

Your little brother Obus
Posted by Caroline CHIBUZOR-ILOH on April 17, 2021
This is so sad for me, especially knowing that your death will hit my Sister so hard. You were a wonderful nephew and a beautiful soul. Although, you are older than I am, whenever you are in Nigeria and you want to introduce me to your friends, you will always use the word My Small Aunty.
You loved your family and always attended family events, I cant forget all the times I visited London, you created time to visit me and my family.
We will miss you dearly!!!
May your sweet soul find rest with the Lord.
Good night beloved Nephew Elliot!
Your Small Aunty, Mrs Caroline Chibuzor-Iloh & Family.
Posted by Ike Ilegbune on April 17, 2021
I've known Elliott for over half my life. We called each other 'Bahdi', derived from 'bahd guy', because he loved his Nija lingo. Though slightly older (a fact that would have mattered when we met) we hit it off pretty well, and I supported him through many of his key life milestones, learning an awful lot from and about him in the process. We had quite a few things in common, though we differed strongly on his taste in football teams! We both loved driving, and we shared some pretty good road trips across England and in Europe togther. I loved the fact that he stayed true to his ideals around family, friendships and his business focus, even when things didn't always go to plan. Even after I relocated to Nigeria, he always sought me out on every trip he made here. He was bursting with energy, full of life! Who could have known that he was living with such a potentially devastating condition. His passing has come as a rude shock, and that's putting it mildly.

Farewell my Bahdi! May your star never dim.
Posted by Anthony Ogilo on April 17, 2021
Eliot was a wonderful nephew, it breaks our hearts to know that you're no longer with us. I pray the good Lord comforts your family.
Posted by Jennifer Kelechi on April 16, 2021
Uhmmm really don't know what to say uncle...with tears in our eyes when the news of your Death hit us all I could ever think of was your Mum... I pray for God Grace upon her , your wife and kids... May your soul keep resting in the Lord till we meet to part no More ...
Your cousin
Mrs kelechukwu okpaka

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Posted by anny chigbo on April 23, 2021
What a way to path..... Gdnite Dude
Posted by Kiki Solade on April 22, 2021
It’s hard to think I am writing this tribute for you Uncle Elliot. It still doesn’t feel real or right...
I can’t talk about my life without talking about you. You’ve been there for me at every stage of my life. Right from when I was a child up until now. I still remember going to the New Yorker restaurant with you, my parents and Ese. I remember all the times growing up that we would spend with you all in Mill Hill. Who could forget our time in Jo-burg for you and Aunty Myrna’s fabulous wedding? What a swell time!

At every point in my life you have looked out for me. When I started my career, after uni you always encouraged me, motivated me and told me how proud you were of my achievements. When everyone else doubted me, you believed in me. I never forget when you saw fashion articles I had written online and sent them to my dad. You were always so proud of me. Your encouragement meant everything to me. Everything.

I never forget during my wedding when you turned up unexpectedly and replied to my surprise “I wouldn’t miss your big day for anything! Ah ah. You’re getting married! You’re now a madam oh!” There’s so much more I could write. So many memories. So many things to show what a truly great man you were. A fantastic uncle/cousin and a devoted nephew to my dad. You were funny, charming, caring, supportive, understanding, easy to talk to, non-judgemental. You were awesome. Simply awesome.

Uncle, the pain of losing you has cut me deep, but your memories live deeper in my heart. Thank you for everything. May you rest in the bosom of the lord in perfect everlasting peace. Until we meet again. You remain forever in my heart, Mrs Kiki (Ruki) Solade.
Posted by Uche Mere on April 22, 2021
Right from the very first moments we met, you should a warm friendship that was kind and humble. I will miss our encouragements to each other as cycling enthusiasts. Your departure has certainly created a huge void for many, most especially your family.
May the Almighty Lord grant your family the strength and tenacity to bear your depadture. You will be very much missed. It is well with your soul. Journey well my dear brother Elly!
May your kind and gentle soul rest in peace.
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Legacy

Elliott is survived by his lovely wife Myrna and four children Megan, Ryan, Olivia and Jared.

Academically he flourished achieving his undergraduate degree and further gaining a MA in Marketing Management from the University of Middlesex. 

Elliott had a very successful career within sales, rising to the top of his sector and decided to go independent. Establishing his own company within the medical sales sector representing many international firms as their primary UK distributor.
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A dear cousin, brother and friend - Daniel Efayena

Shared by daniel efayena on April 12, 2021
Remembering my cousin Elliott at my wedding, it was a wonderful day where I got to catch up with my big cousin, which meant soo much to me. Whatever the family event, always present, filling us with your joyful spirit. A wonderful soul, brother and friend, you will always be with us and forever remembered. A cousin to look up to and a strong role model for all :)