ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dr. Engr. Isaac Dike. We will remember him forever. Rest in perfect peace with Jesus, our dearest Daddy. We love you!
Posted by victor asianah on April 13, 2021
                 VEE-TEN CLUB OF IBUSA
                    PORT HARCOURT
                     
  Mrs. Ngozi Dike                                 30th April, 2021
  Port Harcourt
 
 Dear Madam,
              OUR HEART-FELT CONDOLENCE MESSAGE

  The members of the VeeTen Club received with rude shock, the news of the death of your beloved husband, our brother, our friend and indeed, the Club’s foundation member Director General, Engr. (Dr.) Isaac Dike. It is really a painful exit and our hearts are with you and your family at this moment of grief.
 Madam, it is an incontrovertible fact that we are living in a world of transience. We are here just for a while and will ultimately leave one after the other, as designed by our Creator. Remember, Onyejinduaka—meaning—who has control over his life, is a common name in our dear town, Ibusa. We share and feel your pains.
  The Vee-Ten Club will surely miss Isaac Dike. We will miss his unassuming attitude and his sense of camaraderie and brotherliness.
 It is our fervent prayer that God will give you and your entire family, the required level of fortitude to bear this irreparable loss while we pray Him, to receive Isaac’s soul in the bosom of the Lord.

May his soul rest in peace and may his memory be a blessing.

Signed

Dr. Patrick Ugoji                                    Ifeanyi Nwabulku
Director General                                     Chief Scribe



Posted by Ugochi Ugbomeh on April 12, 2021
Uncle Isaac,

I have been avoiding coming to this page ,because writing this affirms you have left us. Uncle you showed me so many things without saying much, your actions were loud. You made me understand friendship, sacrifice and brotherhood ( you and my dad).

I remember you coming to ours for breakfast and my mum and everyone would leave the living room for you and daddy to eat and gist for hours. I remember my parents confiding you and vice versa.

I remember how when my dad was ill, you showed up when you were in town, even in his last days and called every morning for years!

I remember the funtimes in silvervalley! we loved visiting because we knew we could eat all the fried meat and play in the big field.

Uncle you were a man with exquisite taste and it showed in everything you did, very admirable.

I wish you were here to spend more time but God knows best. You have left a legacy behind and they will carry your torch and keep excelling.

I can still hear you saying " Ugochi, go and call your mummy and your troublesome daddy" lol......

I miss you Uncle.

May your gentle soul rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. You are dearly missed.

Ugochi Ugbomeh
Posted by Helen Helen on April 11, 2021
My dearest uncle, no I should say father. Yes were a father to me in every way but biological. You took my into your home in my teens, you made sure I never lacked. You helped shape and molded me into the woman I am today. I remember the morning you asked me " Helen as a undergraduate what is it you do that you want these children to copy from you". I was gobsmacked but I now know you wanted me to be a role model.
You never stopped encouraging me in any way you could.
I missed the times we talked about everything or nothing, those Sunday calls " sheleen ka ka unu no, e na a nwawka. Ji si kwe ike o".
You were so excited about completing your PhD but our plans of celebrating in December was not to be.
You were a brother to your sisters like none other. Your love and generosity knew no bounds. I miss you loads.
Posted by Ann Ekeng-Ewa on April 11, 2021
Daddy, more than words can say, I miss you so much.
It has been difficult for me to come to terms with your sudden demise. My BMC as you will always say aka my professor.

Daddy, for all I have become and all I will be, you paved the way for me. Life not been same not having you around to gist and call you. All our hourly calls. The house phone barely rings now ... ‘Smiles’

Your Lexy boy (Alex) misses you too and still prays for you to get well without him knowing you are now resting with the LORD.

Daddy, I am glad you accomplished a lot, and you were a good man who will sacrifice your comfort just to see us smile. I miss you Daddy and if you get a chance to look down on me, I hope I make you proud. I miss and love you so much.

Your legacy will live on >>>>> Till we meet again daddy, Dien na mu….!
Posted by Chiagor Obata on April 4, 2021
I will remember you as a gentle man, in every meeting I attended with you, your opinion was brought will calmness that everyone will have no choice but to listen. You will be missed. Rest on sir..
Posted by victor asianah on March 29, 2021
                Open Message To Dr. (Engr.) Isaac Dike
                     By Victor Asianah
Dear Dyke,

  Those who know you were terribly shocked at hearing about your death. That’s purely human. But Dyke, I have always told you about the fragility of our stay here. And it’s borne out of deep experience. It remains an uncomfortable truth, indeed an axiom, that once a child is born, God offers him a RETURN TICKET. He keeps a record of the date He will announce his flight. But when, how and where it will be, He kept to himself. God announced yours on the 1st of March, 2021 as He would do for all mortals ultimately. He could delay our flights by recoveries from illnesses or mishaps. But fly, we must, one day.
  Dyke your exit is particularly painful to me. For over 34 years one had known you, we hadn’t become as close as we became for just the past five years or thereabout. You had this brotherly love. Hmmmm. An enigma, I will now choose to characterize you. We talked almost on a daily basis. We debated and shared ideas. You whatsApped more than I did. You were painstakingly burning the midnight candle for a PhD program and masterfully combining that with your arduous daily office activities. Your reading lamp in the office was perpetually on. And that at home too. One could WhatsApp 2am. And you would respond. You went through hell to achieve it. And you did in a grand style. Congrats again Isaac, even if posthumously. Yes, we talked Dyke. You showed class in presentations in the business space. I couldn’t admire you more. But so humble you were in appreciating superior opinions. Managerial skill no doubt, that was.
  Dyke you encouraged me to go to the finishing line of my novel to get published. You were excited about it. You patiently read the over-500-page manuscript, taking it along with you wherever you went. You were intelligently telling me my own story as if you were the author yourself. But Dyke, why didn't you wait to see ‘The Storms in Humanity’ published by Amazon? Remember there is an Isaac in that drama. You! Okay sorry. I remember now. It wasn’t your fault. No wonder your last WhatsApp message on the 14th February was, ‘Victor I’m down.’ Yes, I now understand. Then the Maker was preparing to announce your flight. And you were helpless.’ Death! I mean death–that dreaded storm that deals a blow even when life is sweetest was close by. What a sojourn of temporariness, God designed for humanity! And it’s a turn-by-turn arrangement. Even when we say onwuyali, or onwubiko it does not yali neither does it understand biko. It hits and it hurts terribly, when it does.
 All said Dyke, it is my fervent prayer that your Maker, our Maker, will forgive you all your misdemeanor caused by human frailties and keep you there in His heavenly bosom. We shall be there to see you one day. We are still waiting at the departure hall.

Goodnight Dyke

Victor Asianah.
Port Harcourt.
           
 
Posted by Chuks Esogbue on March 29, 2021
Oh, Brother Isaac! It was only four days after we met in our family meeting at Umuafene, Isieke, Umuekea, Ibusa. You showed no sign of ailment as we shared your joy of bagging a PhD. To say that the news of your demise is the biggest and saddest news of the year will be an understatement. Only God knows the best! May your kind soul rest in peace in the bosom of the Lord!
Posted by Joseph Itegbe on March 25, 2021
The proff, the presido of daiik engineering. You are a great man. I was told that you have gone but I keep having the feeling that you are still with us. I can not forget the way you use to discuss with me. Thanks for your advise, thanks for touching my life. You are a good man that call himself mr. Badman. You are a father, a teacher, a friend and an icon to reckon with. I am missing you so much sir. May your gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Emmanuella Dike on March 24, 2021
My Uncle Aka Badddddmannnn, how do i write a tribute of one of my favorite Uncles without shedding tears, it's excruciating, the stinging feelings never seems to fade off.
My beloved Uncle, I heard of your demised from a distant Uncle, nobody summoned the courage to share such news with me because they all knew how special you were to me and how you were fond of me.
My dearest Uncle, who loved me exceptionally, you fervently believed in me, oh my Uncle, you would say" My Ella Baby, so who is the bobo in your life na" don't allow any guy mess you up, remember you are a DIKE! Never forget that, always walk up high, never be afraid of any human being on earth, you know your Uncle is a Badddmann lol, and we will both laugh unceasingly, those words keeps me firm and confident till date, your constant reminder of how you and my Dad are proud of me has kept me sailing higher! 
My Badddmannn, this was not what we planned oh, you promised to intimidate the man I will introduce to you oh, just to test his level of confidence and to know if he is good enough for me.
No more calls from you, No more tales of your funny adventures, No more riddles and jokes, No more mental assessment quizzes from you, No proverbs from you, No more calling to ask me to guess what you are eating at the moment, Uncle your demise shocked me oh, it broke me,, hmmm, well who am I to question our maker, yesterday I saw someone eating fresh fish pepper soup and your thoughts came flashing, I became all emotional again, it's back breaking to accept that you are gone.
Uncle, I love you beyond words, your memories will remain ever green in my heart, Thank you for all you imparted in my life, my ever smiling Uncle, My Baddddmannnn.

May your gentle soul rest in peace my beloved Uncle...

EMMANUELLA DIKE.
Posted by SOLOMON EZEKIEL on March 24, 2021
Dr the sad news of your death really made me feel the world is a very empty place
You were a land lord with integrity, you have worked so had and raised your children properly,you have forth the good
Fight of faith, RIP good man. 
Posted by samson osajele on March 24, 2021
Death is not the end of the road , a transition Into the bosom of our lord Jesus Christ. I might not have met you personally, but tales of your good deed precedes you .your legacy will be kept alive in our hearts.sleep well gentle giant .
Posted by Uruakpa Samuel on March 23, 2021
Sir, your dead has been a very big shock to the entire family of east line energy resources as a dream. When we first got the sad news, it seems it was a dream that was never meant to happen, we have lost a great and good landlord, a disciplinarian man that stand on his ground on what ever that is right. We the entire family of east line we forever miss you. Rest in peace sir.
Posted by John Adaba on March 23, 2021
It is with sadness and deep sense of loss that I write this tribute to a wonderful Husband, Father, Grandfather, Uncle and Brother aka Uncle Daiik. You were such a charming person to be around and your presence was electrifying. Those who knew you held you in very high esteem. You
Will be truly missed.

God our Father,
Your power brings us to birth,
Your providence guides our lives,
and by Your command we return to dust.

Father of all, we pray to you for Uncle Isaac and for all those whom we love but see no longer. Grant to them eternal rest. Let light perpetual shine upon them. May the soul of Uncle Isaac and the souls of all the departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

I pray God console / comfort all those left to mourn your passage and may your memories be a blessing to them all.
My deepest sympathies to the bereaved family.
Posted by CHARLES OKWOR on March 23, 2021
Sir, you death is still a big shock to me.
I keep thinking it is only a dream. Oh! death why so sudden.
An intellectual, a genius, wizard in electrical engineering, a unique tutor, a disciplinarian, a brave man and a father.
I miss you. Adieu sir.
Posted by Nwamaka Ikpa on March 23, 2021
Dearest Uncle Dike, I'm lost for words to describe how I feel about your home call. I've known you all my life as you were my father's best friend and more than that his...brother.
I remember calling you after your return to our village as we were planning his funeral and also sensed your deep sadness of his passing.
Uncle you have finished your race here on earth.
You've come, seen, conquered and now you've gone to rest.
Rest well Uncle.

Your legacy lives on in your children (biological and non-biological) and grand children.
Posted by Obinna Ugbomeh on March 23, 2021
Uncle Isaac aka Mr Badman. I am so sad and surprised at this event. However, God knows best. Thank you so much for teaching and moulding me into the man am becoming.

My family and I will miss you greatly. You were not just my fathers friend but his only trusted brother that he told all his personal issues.

R.I.P Uncle Isaac(Daiik)
Posted by Emmanuella Isiraojie on March 18, 2021
Oh Daddy, you left me, left us! oh how fondly you called me - BB. My BB!
Supportive Dad, Inspiring Dad, Hardworking Dad, Intelligent and Daring Dad. You were ever so proud of us. Always listened to me attentively. Saying " Bibi I'm here" . Your transition to glory has left us with so much pain. A void un-explained. I choose to delight in the memories of your caring nature, your unwavering support over the decades, your can- do nature and most of all your laughter when you were happy or excited to hear from your grandchildren (They miss their grandpa port harcourt so much, already!). In your last days you said so much on love and gratitude. Told me how much you loved us all. That love, this love, the love we shared is enough. Rest now...Your work on this side is done. We will never forget you. Your legacy lives on! I will never forget to keep making you proud. I love you Daddy, Jesus loves you so much more! Enjoy eternity dancing and singing your favourite psalms. Amen!

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Posted by victor asianah on April 13, 2021
                 VEE-TEN CLUB OF IBUSA
                    PORT HARCOURT
                     
  Mrs. Ngozi Dike                                 30th April, 2021
  Port Harcourt
 
 Dear Madam,
              OUR HEART-FELT CONDOLENCE MESSAGE

  The members of the VeeTen Club received with rude shock, the news of the death of your beloved husband, our brother, our friend and indeed, the Club’s foundation member Director General, Engr. (Dr.) Isaac Dike. It is really a painful exit and our hearts are with you and your family at this moment of grief.
 Madam, it is an incontrovertible fact that we are living in a world of transience. We are here just for a while and will ultimately leave one after the other, as designed by our Creator. Remember, Onyejinduaka—meaning—who has control over his life, is a common name in our dear town, Ibusa. We share and feel your pains.
  The Vee-Ten Club will surely miss Isaac Dike. We will miss his unassuming attitude and his sense of camaraderie and brotherliness.
 It is our fervent prayer that God will give you and your entire family, the required level of fortitude to bear this irreparable loss while we pray Him, to receive Isaac’s soul in the bosom of the Lord.

May his soul rest in peace and may his memory be a blessing.

Signed

Dr. Patrick Ugoji                                    Ifeanyi Nwabulku
Director General                                     Chief Scribe



Posted by Ugochi Ugbomeh on April 12, 2021
Uncle Isaac,

I have been avoiding coming to this page ,because writing this affirms you have left us. Uncle you showed me so many things without saying much, your actions were loud. You made me understand friendship, sacrifice and brotherhood ( you and my dad).

I remember you coming to ours for breakfast and my mum and everyone would leave the living room for you and daddy to eat and gist for hours. I remember my parents confiding you and vice versa.

I remember how when my dad was ill, you showed up when you were in town, even in his last days and called every morning for years!

I remember the funtimes in silvervalley! we loved visiting because we knew we could eat all the fried meat and play in the big field.

Uncle you were a man with exquisite taste and it showed in everything you did, very admirable.

I wish you were here to spend more time but God knows best. You have left a legacy behind and they will carry your torch and keep excelling.

I can still hear you saying " Ugochi, go and call your mummy and your troublesome daddy" lol......

I miss you Uncle.

May your gentle soul rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. You are dearly missed.

Ugochi Ugbomeh
Posted by Helen Helen on April 11, 2021
My dearest uncle, no I should say father. Yes were a father to me in every way but biological. You took my into your home in my teens, you made sure I never lacked. You helped shape and molded me into the woman I am today. I remember the morning you asked me " Helen as a undergraduate what is it you do that you want these children to copy from you". I was gobsmacked but I now know you wanted me to be a role model.
You never stopped encouraging me in any way you could.
I missed the times we talked about everything or nothing, those Sunday calls " sheleen ka ka unu no, e na a nwawka. Ji si kwe ike o".
You were so excited about completing your PhD but our plans of celebrating in December was not to be.
You were a brother to your sisters like none other. Your love and generosity knew no bounds. I miss you loads.
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Oh Daddy my only trusted boss, you left me,let us how I fondly you. Called me, Remiooooo Remiooooo, we're you. You're no more .Rest in peace Papa,your pilot .