Mama, we will never forget you. Ever!!! You are the best.
  • 94 years old
  • Born on June 19, 1919 in Tombia, Rivers State, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on November 24, 2013 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Eugenia Sini Korubo-Owiye 94 years old , born on June 19, 1919 and passed away on November 24, 2013. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Diepriye Brown-West on 24th November 2018
Love you always. Will remember forever. Miss you still and am sure will miss you for the rest of my life, especially with every milestone. Continue to rest in Peace - The greatest and best mom, grandma and great-grandma (G.G Mama) the world has ever known.
Posted by Constance Allison on 24th November 2018
Mama you called your last great grandchild before you passed on Menia and true to your prediction there are many more and there will be more wonderful great grandchildren by the grace of God Almighty. You will forever be remembered. You were unique. A rare gem.
Posted by Constance Allison on 24th November 2018
Mama d Mama it is exactly 5 years. Continue to rest on. May you go higher in the spirit world. Intercede for us because I know your position is good over there. We shall continue to remember you. We love you.
Posted by Diepriye Brown-West on 24th November 2017
Still miss you so much mama dearest.
Posted by Diepriye Brown-West on 19th June 2017
Happy birthday mama. I miss you today as always. It still hurts that you are not here. That i am not able to pick up the phone and call you. That i will not be able to see you when i want to. I wanted to talk to you today but i could not. Continue to rest in peace in glory land with the Lord.
Posted by Diepriye Brown-West on 24th November 2016
"Mama… It hurts me deeply to know that you are gone and I did not get the opportunity to spend time with you in person, kiss you or hug you… technology is great but nothing beats doing these in person. I get tearful just knowing that I did not and will not get the opportunity to do it and it breaks my heart. When I got the sad news I was inconsolable. I was very angry and upset when I got the message to release you because I wanted to see you again, to touch you, hold you, kiss you and I said I was not going to do it… but God doesn’t wait for man when His time is set… It wasn’t up to me and you’re now gone! However, I thank God that I did get to spend time with you, to get to know you, to Love you and feel loved by you! I have wonderful memories of you that cause me to smile… Our communication always needed an interpreter but at least we could say ‘How u dey’; ‘I Love u’ and understand each other J! The bond between us was very strong. It was you who brought me into Nigeria at 2 months from the UK. You and grand dad of blessed memory cared for me, nurtured me and loved me…. I’m sure that’s why I was so ‘plump’ at the age of 1 J! When it was time to move with my parents to India, I wept uncontrollably because I was going to miss both of you. You and grand dad gave me the name 'Nama me' because I loved meat so much (and still do!). I remember spending school holidays with you and you would buy me a large container of meat pie that was just for me (which I was happy not to share) and lots of good home cooking! I thank you for your love and for your large heart. I will miss you dearly… till we meet again! Mama… Dein na mu xxxxxxxxxx Ibiso 2013
Posted by Diepriye Brown-West on 24th November 2016
Remembering you today as always. I really and truly miss you. I cannot believe that it is already 3 years. It feels like yesterday. Rest in Peace.
Posted by BLESSING M. FUBARA on 22nd June 2016
wish your new journey is smooth. looking down and praying for all your children, grand children and great grand children.
Posted by Ipalibo Amachree on 21st June 2016
You see, time is healing us......but no matter the time, I will not forget you, how my mum was fond of visiting you, drag me along. Where are the good people, they are all gone. Rest rest in the lord. Ipali
Posted by Boma Ekine on 21st June 2016
Mama agba, as you were fundly called, missed you yesterday as it was your posthumous birthday. You will forever be in our hearth, missed you greatly. Continue to rest in the bosom of the LORD.
Posted by Boma Ekine on 21st June 2016
Mama agba, as you were fundly called, missed you yesterday as it was your posthumous birthday. You will forever be in our hearth, missed you greatly. Continue to rest in the bosom of the LORD.
Posted by Diepriye Brown-West on 20th June 2016
Missed you again yesterday when i could not call to wish you happy birthday and have you wish me the same right back. I really really do miss you. Sleep on dear mama.
Posted by Oris Oruye on 10th December 2013
Dein na mu Mama, I hoped and prayed for you to wait till I could bring my family to see you by Christmas but God knows best. When I kept seeing you on my latest son's face I began to fear the worst. You were a matriarch in all respects and passionately so. I look back and what i remember most are the times you boldly stood up for us when anyone tried to be funny or sought to harm us. I loved you sincerely and know that your rest is truly well deserved. Mama we will strive to be like you and hope we achieve what you planned for us. Rest in perfect peace. Oris.
Posted by Diepriye Brown-West on 1st December 2013
Mama dein na mu. Papa bi.

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