ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Felicia Odeh, 69 years old, born on January 1, 1952, and passed away on April 17, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Favour N on June 7, 2021
Sister, you were a gentle soul whose death came to us as a big shock. Though life have not been easy for you but you found solace, comfort and joy in the Lord and caring for children whom you loved so dearly. Knowing that you are with your maker is my consolation. Rest in Peace sister.

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Posted by Favour N on June 7, 2021
Sister, you were a gentle soul whose death came to us as a big shock. Though life have not been easy for you but you found solace, comfort and joy in the Lord and caring for children whom you loved so dearly. Knowing that you are with your maker is my consolation. Rest in Peace sister.
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Gone but not forgotten

Mrs. Felicia Isioma Odeh (nee Nwabuoku) was born to late Pa Emmanuel Okobi Nwabuoku and Madam Gladys Nwabuoku (nee Ojogwu) of Ogbeowele quarters, in Okpanam, on January 1, 1952. With her father being a Church Warden, she developed deep ties with the Anglican Church early in life and served her local parish in various capacities. She started her early education at CMS Primary School, Okpanam and later went on to obtain her GCE O/Level at Martin De Poress, secondary School, Onicha Olona. Her quest for learning and teaching took her to the then College of Education, Abraka, where she obtained her NCE. She was deployed to Ngogo Secondary School, Kano for her NYSC. It was in Kano, she met and married the love of her life, Mr. Bob Odeh. Her passion for excellence and appetite for knowledge led her to the University of Kent, United States where she distinguished herself as an honour student during her Postgraduate studies. Upon returning to Nigeria, she moved back to Kano where devoted her time to raising her children, Teaching and rendering service to humanity. However, due to incessant religious riots, she moved her family down south where she continued her career in public service at Oshimili Local Government Secretariat Asaba. She retired after many years of meritorious service and devoted the later part of her life volunteering and championing causes that were dear to her heart. Mrs. Odeh was a woman of few words, a dutiful wife, a loving mother, a caring sister, a dotting grand mother and aunty and a loyal friend. Loved ones that would miss mummy, or "Sister Felicia" as she was fondly called are her children, grandchildren, brother, sisters, nephews, nieces, cousins and in-laws...And so the story goes on until we see our beloved and beautiful mummy again. We love and miss you!!. Adieu
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