ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, George Nformi, 76 years old, born on January 31, 1945, and passed away on February 28, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by jones kimbi nformi on April 7, 2021
when the mirow is broken you no longer see your image on that dreadful day Feb 28 that you departed this world to join the saints it has not been same again for me, dady you were the mirow at which I looked my life and ma self now that you are gone my life is so empty that I feel it in my soul .my solace is that you lived a righteous life every moments of your life is like a book on a part towards heavenly bliss. Daddy when I close my eyes the image of you is all i see.. the summary of our togetherness from cradle to your exit lingers on my mind its memory that even death cannot erase.your departure has made me broken and transformed me in to a man not by gender but by willingness to do what great men do knowing that death is the end of every motal the transformation that life is vain and everything in it is vanity,.this death wont separate us as I would soon grow old and exit just like you did and we meet again soon to continue like father and son then my son will also do same as I do this moment to your blessed memory
Rest in the Lord true soldier of faith Aka teacher. Adieu my mirow.
Posted by Devin Nformi on April 1, 2021
"Tarbo",
I know you are looking down on us as I write.
I know you are hearing and smiling over all of us as you have always even when we were all far away from you.
It is very difficult for me to be writing this knowing that this will be one of my final words to you. I will do so not wasting time delving into where you are because I know that you have gone to build a better place for us. .
I'm about to step into your shoes Father and I cannot lie to you. It is heavy and challenging But I promise you I will walk the path you've paved for me and the rest of us you've left here.
If there was any price I can pay to have you here just for another day, Dad I will pay anything just to have you here with us again.
If there is anything I can do to listen to you calling me "Tarbo"every sunday morning as I wake up, I will do. It is unfortunate that I never got to tell you how much you were my only true friend in my entire life Dad. You agreed withstood my craziness and was very patient to see me grow into a respected humble son you raised.
I have gone back in time bringing back some of the best memories you created with me Dad and I could not be more gratefull and blessed to have had you here.
I can't begin to count them all Dad but these are some of the greatest gifts you gave me. Teaching me to believing in me even when you knew we came from nothing. It is the best gift you gave me. You thought me how to give  without holding back regardless of the differences with who ever was standing in front of me. It has been my greatest signature Dad. You thought me to Dare where few could and question anything I thought it was wrong without fear of the price to pay. You thought me to smile in any circumstances and to not envy anyone or anything which wasn't mine.
 You tricked me into believing that I was a special kid eversince I was a child. This has open doors for me that I would not have known if you didn't teach me that.
I can't recollect any time I saw you unhappy.. I will emulate your values and instilling into those I cross paths with for the rest of my time here
I remember the fun days we will laugh and talk about how you went through your own life grabbing it all by the horns because you knew this day will come and every single time well spend with me will be remembered.
You thought me to be strong and always be persistant, to always chase my dreams, to always try again and again, to always give another chance and most of all , remember where I come from. 
Yes you had your own flaws like everyone else. That is call life Dad.
You have wanted to ride in that dream car of yours before you die. I'm glad you gave me an opportunity to give you that Dad.
You wanted to live in a beautifull place worthy of you. I'm happy I was able to give you that. The only other thing I could not give you was this below
You wanted to marry a young "Ibo or fulani girl " who was very enterprising because you were getting older and couldnt be as enterprising as before ..Unfortunately I was not going to be the one to give you that but I promise you Dad, if you come back today, I'm giving you both of those young girls. .Though Mom will probably send me and you back to where you are now... you know that. You have told me several times that if we were to walk into a bar to get girls, you will leave with a girl before I do because I was quick tempered and didn't know how to sweet talk like you.It is true and I promise you that I'm  going to be working on that temper Dad because I really need to do that.I believe you were truly a smooth talker because I myself did not understand how a short man like you got married to all these our tall beautifull mothers.
You have been my North star for so many things and despite you being gone, I will keep your legacy Paps. I love you from the bottom of my heart.
Desmond and Imma misses you very much as well  and wishes how much they would have love to be here with me to see you one last time.
I'm sorry for not being there soon enough to catch one more laugh with you before you left ..
Please ask God to give us the strength to follow his ways, your footsteps and pray especially for me to follow his ways.
We will greatly miss that contangious lifting spirits of yours you have always share with us. Fare Thee well champion!!
You fought and won all your battles . Now go rest in peace. We will take it from here.
Rest in Peace.
Posted by Tala Godlove on April 1, 2021
So sad i wont hear you exclaim “Habaii Talla“ anymore. you didn't tell me how to live; you lived, and let me watch you do it.”
Dad, wherever you are, you are gone but you will never be forgotten.
You were my best friend and greatest role model. you were an amazing dad, coach, mentor, soldier, husband and a wonderful grand Dad. Till we meet again Dad. Continue to find peace

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Posted by jones kimbi nformi on April 7, 2021
when the mirow is broken you no longer see your image on that dreadful day Feb 28 that you departed this world to join the saints it has not been same again for me, dady you were the mirow at which I looked my life and ma self now that you are gone my life is so empty that I feel it in my soul .my solace is that you lived a righteous life every moments of your life is like a book on a part towards heavenly bliss. Daddy when I close my eyes the image of you is all i see.. the summary of our togetherness from cradle to your exit lingers on my mind its memory that even death cannot erase.your departure has made me broken and transformed me in to a man not by gender but by willingness to do what great men do knowing that death is the end of every motal the transformation that life is vain and everything in it is vanity,.this death wont separate us as I would soon grow old and exit just like you did and we meet again soon to continue like father and son then my son will also do same as I do this moment to your blessed memory
Rest in the Lord true soldier of faith Aka teacher. Adieu my mirow.
Posted by Devin Nformi on April 1, 2021
"Tarbo",
I know you are looking down on us as I write.
I know you are hearing and smiling over all of us as you have always even when we were all far away from you.
It is very difficult for me to be writing this knowing that this will be one of my final words to you. I will do so not wasting time delving into where you are because I know that you have gone to build a better place for us. .
I'm about to step into your shoes Father and I cannot lie to you. It is heavy and challenging But I promise you I will walk the path you've paved for me and the rest of us you've left here.
If there was any price I can pay to have you here just for another day, Dad I will pay anything just to have you here with us again.
If there is anything I can do to listen to you calling me "Tarbo"every sunday morning as I wake up, I will do. It is unfortunate that I never got to tell you how much you were my only true friend in my entire life Dad. You agreed withstood my craziness and was very patient to see me grow into a respected humble son you raised.
I have gone back in time bringing back some of the best memories you created with me Dad and I could not be more gratefull and blessed to have had you here.
I can't begin to count them all Dad but these are some of the greatest gifts you gave me. Teaching me to believing in me even when you knew we came from nothing. It is the best gift you gave me. You thought me how to give  without holding back regardless of the differences with who ever was standing in front of me. It has been my greatest signature Dad. You thought me to Dare where few could and question anything I thought it was wrong without fear of the price to pay. You thought me to smile in any circumstances and to not envy anyone or anything which wasn't mine.
 You tricked me into believing that I was a special kid eversince I was a child. This has open doors for me that I would not have known if you didn't teach me that.
I can't recollect any time I saw you unhappy.. I will emulate your values and instilling into those I cross paths with for the rest of my time here
I remember the fun days we will laugh and talk about how you went through your own life grabbing it all by the horns because you knew this day will come and every single time well spend with me will be remembered.
You thought me to be strong and always be persistant, to always chase my dreams, to always try again and again, to always give another chance and most of all , remember where I come from. 
Yes you had your own flaws like everyone else. That is call life Dad.
You have wanted to ride in that dream car of yours before you die. I'm glad you gave me an opportunity to give you that Dad.
You wanted to live in a beautifull place worthy of you. I'm happy I was able to give you that. The only other thing I could not give you was this below
You wanted to marry a young "Ibo or fulani girl " who was very enterprising because you were getting older and couldnt be as enterprising as before ..Unfortunately I was not going to be the one to give you that but I promise you Dad, if you come back today, I'm giving you both of those young girls. .Though Mom will probably send me and you back to where you are now... you know that. You have told me several times that if we were to walk into a bar to get girls, you will leave with a girl before I do because I was quick tempered and didn't know how to sweet talk like you.It is true and I promise you that I'm  going to be working on that temper Dad because I really need to do that.I believe you were truly a smooth talker because I myself did not understand how a short man like you got married to all these our tall beautifull mothers.
You have been my North star for so many things and despite you being gone, I will keep your legacy Paps. I love you from the bottom of my heart.
Desmond and Imma misses you very much as well  and wishes how much they would have love to be here with me to see you one last time.
I'm sorry for not being there soon enough to catch one more laugh with you before you left ..
Please ask God to give us the strength to follow his ways, your footsteps and pray especially for me to follow his ways.
We will greatly miss that contangious lifting spirits of yours you have always share with us. Fare Thee well champion!!
You fought and won all your battles . Now go rest in peace. We will take it from here.
Rest in Peace.
Posted by Tala Godlove on April 1, 2021
So sad i wont hear you exclaim “Habaii Talla“ anymore. you didn't tell me how to live; you lived, and let me watch you do it.”
Dad, wherever you are, you are gone but you will never be forgotten.
You were my best friend and greatest role model. you were an amazing dad, coach, mentor, soldier, husband and a wonderful grand Dad. Till we meet again Dad. Continue to find peace
his Life

MR George wachu Nformi

Mr George  Wachu Nformi was born  in  1945 or as he will fondly say  that he was born around the time the Nkambe  ring road was being built,  in  a tiny  village called Saah located about some 30km from Nkambe town in  Donga Mantung Division of the Northwest Region of Cameroon.
He was the  7th child of 9 siblings.His father died  whenMr Nformi was just 5 days old and his eldest brother  played the role of his father till his untimely dead in june of 1992.
His eldest brother was very instrumental in shaping his Education and the  future of Mr Nformi  throughout his entire life.
He began his primary education in Binka baptist school in binka village and  and later on moving to live  in with a  Primary school  teacher called Mr Ngala of Ndu town  who will move with him all over Donga mantung division as his house help in exchange for a nominal stipen just enough for him  to pay his tuition  during his primary education.
 After completing  Standard 6, he want back home  and  serve as a pastor for a year or so before returning  back to college in the southwest region to further his college and proffesional  education graduating as a teacher. He was the first and only child from his village to have gone to school in his generation 
He  will later became very instrumental in raising almost every sons, daughters  and almost every child who cross paths with him while he was teaching.
 He was an avid entrepreauner and what we will  call today a real estate developer.  He was building or buying a property or properties in almost every places he worked and live.
He was very  good and managing every dime he earned and compounding it through real estate and animal farming.
He was married to 3 wives and by his own mouth, he has 21 children though it is  still to be verified, he was such a proud  man to have had all the kids he had.
He is survived by  his brother, his wife, 21 children and 26 grand children
Mr Nformi was truly a happy man and to be honest, in my adult life, i have seen him cry once. When his brother passed away in 1992 
There is so much  memories of him and he was truly a lovely generous kinded man. He will truly be miss by  all of us .
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