ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved one, Atty. ISAAC NNABUCHI EDOGA, 50, born on April 6Th, 1965 and passed away at his residence in Beltsville, Maryland, USA, on March 28Th, 2016. Atty. ISAAC NNABUCHI EDOGA,  humble, selfless, polished and a decent gentleman who   had a resounding debonair attitude that was unbeatable was above all, God-fearing. Chichi loved the LORD.  He was a peace-loving man!!!
Atty Isaac Nnabuchi Edoga (a.K.a) UROY, an accomplished attorney with EDOGA AND ASSOCIATES LAW FIRM in Hyattsville, Maryland , member of Maryland State Bar was admitted into practice in Maryland and  DC in 1996 and 1999 respectively. 
EDUCATION:
University of The District of Columbia Law School, USA.
University of Ife, Nigeria.
College of Immaculate Conception (CIC) Enugu, Nigeria.
Ekulu Primary School Enugu, Nigeria.
 
CHICHI!!!
WE MISS YOU!!! 
YOU WERE AN EXCEPTIONAL SON, BROTHER, FATHER, UNCLE, COUSIN, FRIEND AND COLLEAGUE.
WE GIVE GLORY UNTO OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, WHO RULES AND REIGNS IN THE AFFAIRS OF MEN FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF KNOWING YOU!!!!
WE WILL REMEMBER YOU, NNABUCHI FOREVER.
ADIEU!!!! 

Your Cousin,

Victoria.

Posted by Nicole Daley on April 6, 2020
You are not forgotten. Continue to rest in peace with our Lord and Savior.
Posted by Fiona Jones on April 6, 2020
Happy birthday Isaac
Posted by Oby Solaja on April 2, 2020
Nnabuchi, it was four years on the 28th of March that you left us to be with the Lord. It is not that I don't believe you are in a better place, resting in the bosom of our Lord, its just that I miss you greatly. Sleep on Chichi, we will still meet to part no more. You are forever in my heart Nnam!
Posted by Mercy Uko on March 29, 2020
Chichi, you are forever in my heart .keep resting in the bosom of YAHUSHUAH till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Fiona Jones on March 28, 2020
My Isaac it's hard for some of us. The laughter and the joy you brought to us, encouragement words. Isha Allah, May you continue to rest in peace. We miss you so much. I can't believe it's been four years.
Posted by Kunle Solaja on March 28, 2020
You are forever remembered. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Patrick Okolo on April 6, 2019
Chi Chi Nwokem
You’ll forever be in our hearts. One day we shall join you in heavenly bliss. We miss you. May your soul and all those of our faithful departed continue to Rest In Peace.
Posted by Oby Solaja on March 29, 2019
Nnabuchi, it was three years yesterday that you left us to be with the Lord. I still miss you terribly but what can I do? My comfort is on the fact that I know that we are still going to meet and to part no more. Mummy turned 82 and she is waxing great all because of the grace, strength and comfort from the Almighty God. God has indeed been so so faithful and I return all the glory to Him. Rest on Chichi, you are forever in my heart.
Posted by Mercy Uko on March 29, 2019
Miss you so so so much.. Keep resting Chichi mu.
Posted by Oby Solaja on February 5, 2019
Nnabuchi, continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. I miss you so so much my beloved brother but my God knows the best per time. Chichi, Isaac, nwokeoma!
Posted by Dele Immanuel on September 24, 2018
Bro. Isaac, you were such a light that was cut short. We will forever remember you for that very light you were and defend your state!
Posted by Tonia Martin on April 6, 2018
Happy birthday Chichi!!! Forever in my thoughts and heart. I miss you so much!!! Love you forever my friend!
Posted by Patrick Okolo on April 6, 2018
Chi Chi
So difficult still to fathom. It's painful to think we didn't have time to catch up and relive the smiles and laughs we had as kids. Your unadulterated enthusiasm for life and your unabashed smile are so painfully missed. Your deep seated kindness and gentle nature will forever keep you in our hearts. Nna na Udo. We will meet again

Ikem
Posted by Obinna Ugwu-Oju on April 6, 2018
Chi Chi, Keeping on resting with the good Lord.
Posted by Tonia Martin on March 29, 2018
Chichi! Two years seems like so long ago since I've heard the baritone of your voice and the deep laughter that would make me laugh instantly. My life was blessed to have a friend like you, I can remember our conversations, and your advise. I know that God is in control and he needed you more than we could ever understand. I know that we'll meet again my friend, and until then, rest in His loving grace.
Posted by Oby Solaja on March 28, 2018
Still can't explain it but all I know is that you are resting in peace in the bossom of the Lord. I really do miss you Nnabuchi!
Posted by Mercy Uko on March 28, 2018
Chai!! Chichi mu,its been two years! Chai!! Miss you so so so much. My love, continue to rest till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Nicole Daley on March 28, 2018
My friend, till we meet again..RIP with our savior. You are missed.
Posted by Fiona Jones on March 27, 2018
It's been a longtime without you my friend, we will talk about it when we meet again. I miss you so much. Life will never be the same but hey we will meet again.
Posted by Fiona Jones on March 27, 2018
28th of march is always sad. May you soul rest in eternal peace.
Posted by Nicole Daley on January 17, 2018
My friend. .not a day passes without thoughts of you and your words of encouragement and guidance. Gone but never forgotten.Our GOD has called you home...RIP. Till we meet again.
Posted by Fiona Jones on March 28, 2017
It's been a year and life will.never be the same. God rest your soul in eternal peace.
Posted by Kunle Solaja on March 28, 2017
Fondly remembered today as always. To live in the hearts of people is to live forever. Chichi, continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. We love you, but the Lord loves you more.
Posted by Oby Solaja on March 28, 2017
Nnabuchi, it is exactly one year today that you went to be with the Lord and I know you are at peace, but I miss you so so much. Chichi, how I wish I can explain this to my heart. I pray that we will be together again and where we will part no more, in Jesus name. Mummy is ever strong, glory be to Jesus. Nnam, continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord. I miss you Roy!
Posted by Folake Solaja on March 28, 2017
I don't even know what to write. I just have thoughts, memories, conversations in my head. I still read out whatsapp chats... Uncle Chichi, It is well. Till we meet at the feet of Jesus. Rest on.
Posted by VICTORIA PAMUGO on March 28, 2017
Nnabuchi, it is one year today, you left to be with our LORD.
The memory of that devastating phone call, still fresh!!
The agony, pain, unanswered questions and uncontrollable flowing tears your demise has brought, is unimaginable.
Our solace is that, you are resting in HIM.
Chichi, we miss you so much!!
Continue resting in HIM.
Posted by Tonia Martin on March 28, 2017
Now I understand why I've had stronger thoughts of you than usual with the onset of the anniversary of your homegoing. I'm forever missing your smile, conversation and laughter. Until we meet again I'll hold our friendship dear to my heart and close to my soul. I miss my dear friend greatly!
Posted by Mercy Uko on March 28, 2017
Chichi mu, chai!! My love ❤ continue to rest in our Lord till we meet to part no more. Forever in my heart ❤
Posted by Fiona Jones on March 3, 2017
Gone but not forgotten. No one will ever replace you. You were one of a kind. We still can't believe your gone. It's too fuzzy. Life will never be the same again.
Posted by Mercy Uko on December 29, 2016
Chichi my love ❤,still can't hold the tears from falling. You are forever in my heart ❤. Rest on chichi mu,till we meet to part no more.
.                            Your cousin,
.                                mercy
Posted by VICTORIA PAMUGO on December 26, 2016
Chichi, it's been 9months. Unbelievable!!
Your demise has been been painful!
Been difficult holding back tears especially today. Chichi, you made it a routine to travel to Nigeria on the day after Xmas every year to be with Iyam Nkechi, anti Oby and the entire family BUT NOT ANYMORE!!!
Your death brought people from the United States and all over to Aku, Nigeria on the day of your funeral including our late maternal grandma's family from Oturkpo, Benue state, Nigeria. 
Continue resting in Him.
It is well.
Adieu Nwannem!!
Posted by Mimi O on October 11, 2016
Finally summed up the courage to say goodbye.
Finally getting the chance to truly mourn your passing.
I miss you more today than ever.
Posted by Nicole Daley on June 9, 2016
Counselor!!!
....Never thought that when we communicated in January that would be the last. Glad that you were "in Nigeria Chilling", spending time with "Momsy". I am confident that the Lord that we serve has welcomed you home with open arms. I continue to pray for your wife, son, daughter, mom and cousin - for peace, comfort and strength. WE serve an awesome GOD, who makes NO mistakes....you ran a good race. I find solace in remembering, the new man you became in Christ...planing on taking trips with your church...giving your ALL to GOD! In this sad time, it is not for us to understand ..but to love and praise him through it all. Thank you for the guidance and council you provided my family. You have been a true friend. And until we meet again....rest well! Your friend ....Nicole, Cory , CJ Daley and mommy - Cynthia Ross.
Posted by Emmanuel Fon-Fomukong, Ph... on May 3, 2016
I am still in a shock but since all works for the good of those who trust in the Lord, I hope your wife, your children and your love ones especially your mother will pick the pieces of this powerful spiritual puzzle, put them together and have a wonderful life. To God Almighty be the Glory. Your life has been very rewarding for those who can discern using their spiritual eyes.

AGAIN, TO GOD BE THE GLORY. Knowing you was a blessing not in disguise but I learned to be encroached to my dear wife Josetta because nothing outside her presence made any meaning in my quest for being a better being and closer to Jesus
.
Posted by Andrellos Mitchell on April 24, 2016
Hello Ike. I went to your wake yesterday but got their too late. They had closed the casket when I got there. I got a picture from Charles Iweanoge. I came just to see your face and say goodbye. At the wake people kept talking about someone named "Chi-Chi" and "Uroy." I don't know who they were talking about. :) I didn't get to speak, but if I had, I would have said this about you.

Yes, Ike was a fun guy to be around. He always had a smile for you, and he made me laugh. He was friendly and jovial and all of those things people remember about him. But I would have told them that you were also a very confident man. You were not insecure, jealous or envious of other people, and you were not stingy, like a lot of Africans and Black Americans only caring about themselves. You liked yourself and cared about others, and that is what made you stand apart from others to me. Whenever I saw you you always had words of encouragement for me. You were generous and uplifting and even if we disagreed we laughed.

I wish I had seen you more especially since you were so close by. A misunderstanding led me to believe you had returned to Nigeria. Anyway, I thought about you with a smile and would ask John about you. I always remembered you telling me you knew I would make it big one day and you wanted to be around. You would joke and say,
"Hurry up Andrellos." It was one of the best compliments I ever got from someone who had only known me for a short while. (I hope I don't disappoint you Ike.)

I'm glad for your professional and personal success (beautiful wife and children). However, your biggest accomplishment to me was that you were not just a Nigerian or Nigerian American...you had become simply an American. You stood out like a peacock, but you could also blend in anywhere.

May God keep you and your family ...until we meet again Ike!
Posted by Ijay Uko on April 23, 2016
Laa n'udo!nwoke obi o ma!
Posted by Ijay Uko on April 23, 2016
Laa n'udo!nwoke obi o ma!
Posted by Chioma Obika on April 23, 2016
Wow can't believe you are gone. I remember all the gist and banter we would share when I would visit you guys. Still remember the first time i met you in 04 i think when you were still courting Your wife. I couldnt help but wonder who this guy was that came out of no where and carried my friend from houston to Maryland. You were full of life and a jolly good fellow. Who am I to question God? May your soul rest in peace. Mgbechi my darling friend the Lord is your strength He will see you and the kids through this dark period. God will strengthen and comfort you.
Posted by VICTORIA PAMUGO on April 23, 2016
Chichi,
Goodnight.
Continue to rest in His bosom.
Adieu!!!
Posted by Ijay Uko on April 22, 2016
Bro chichi,so is true,O God!
Posted by VICTORIA PAMUGO on April 21, 2016
Chichi, nwannem!!
The past two days has been emotionally charged for me as tears flow uncontrollably, coming to terms that indeed this upcoming memorial service/wake keeping this Saturday (04/23/16) in Hyattsville, Maryland is really for you, Chichi!!! Unbelievable!!!!!
You were an exceptional son, brother, father, uncle, cousin and friend!!!
Ga nkeoma!!!
Adieu.
Posted by Chinenye Ikenma on April 14, 2016
As for God, his way is perfect. Yahwehs word is tested. He is a shield to all those who take refuge in him. - II Samuel 22:31
Uroy will miss you dearly.
Still speechless from the day I had you left us.
Can't stop crying.
My brother, my best friend.
You were always there for me.
Safe journey.
I am glad to received Christ into your heart before leaving.
May God grant your Mum n anty Oby the strength to mourn you.
 May His perpetual light shine upon you and may your soul Isaac Nnabuchi Edoga rest in the sweet blossom of the Lord and May all the souls that departed through the mercy of God rest in peace Amen.
Ijeoma Nna!
Posted by Chinenye Ikenma on April 14, 2016
Uroy!!!!!!
I am still speechless.
Can't believe you're no more.
You were always there.
May the perpetual light shine upon him and his soul and all the faithful that departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen.. 
Nnaa nkeoma Chichi.
Posted by Edoga Valentine Ifeanyich... on April 14, 2016
Tribute to my dear brother and friend 'Uroy'.  They say rainbows are a promise of a new tomorrow, i have seen lots of tomorrow that has come and gone but i only wish for a "yesterday" when we were still together and the power to prevent what has just happened. It still pricks my heart whenever i remember the fact that you are no more, little did i know that January was the last time i would spend with you my brother and best friend. your death is an irreparable loss to everyone who knew you. Death how could you be this wicked and unreasonable, why my best friend, my brother, "His Execellency Uroy". God, give me the serenity and wisdom to accept the things i cannot change. Uroy your death has made me come to reality that life is a gift of time on earth which we should accept and spend well. My only consolation is my assurance that you are resting in the bosom of the Lord who has called you back to heaven for a greater work. Adieu my brother!! Adieu my best friend!! Adieu His Excellency Uroy!! Rest in Peace my brother.. ....... Edoga Valentine ifeanyichukwu_cousin.
Posted by K C on April 14, 2016
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Isaac. He was a wonderful man. He was kind and I could tell he loved his family. He was my attorney for several years. I am praying for you and the family. He will truly be missed. 
Sincerely,
Kennan Cooley
Posted by VICTORIA PAMUGO on April 13, 2016
Chichi nwannem,
Chineke anyi mazuru ihe nile.
Ga nkeoma!!!
Posted by Folake Solaja on April 10, 2016
Its taken me a lot of courage to finally write this. Unc Chichi you were about to become a grand uncle....chai!!! Uncle Chichi see how many of us are genuinely broken by your departure. We loved you. Oh! You were a man of a kind and the impacts and memories we have of you are packed with how you were loving, humorous, very kind, considerate, forgiving and how you poked me. Your sincerity, bluntness and realness are worth mentioning. This gets me wandering why are good people taken early? If any of us who truly loved you had an incline when we spoke to you days before your memorable eexit that you were leaving us we probably would have told God please God not yet or made more forceful contacts with you. Oh noooo!! I'm glad you were saved. You admitted Jesus as your savior. You sent me gospel messages via whatsapp and now you have stopped. I watch my mum ("that wonderful sister of mine"), grandma Whom you celebrated and looked forward to seeing you soon. Now I'm speechless. Uncle!!!!!!! The good news is you have peace, no more worries, no more pain. Life is a journey and you walked it well. For those who knew you we are glad that finally God has separated the good crops from the shafts. It's sad but I'm gonna have to accept it and I know that none of us love you as much as God loves you. His love supersedes and that is our consolation that He knows best and He loves us too so He has no plan to make us sad. We are comforted by the Holy Spirit. It is well!! Keep resting in the Lord. You live on in our mind.
Posted by VICTORIA PAMUGO on April 9, 2016
Chichi nwannem!!!
Your demise has been very painful!!!
Continue to rest in the bosom of our LORD and SAVIOR.
Posted by Onyedi Uche on April 7, 2016
We come forth like the flower and are cut down,we fleet also as shadows and continue not.
Chi-Chi you have stopped but as we continue in this journey,we shall always miss your jokes,care and smiles till we meet again.
U-Roy all i say is good-night.
Onyedi(shaft)
Posted by Kunle Solaja on April 6, 2016
GOOD NIGHT! CHICHI
He would have been 51 today, but it has pleased Almighty God to call him home 10 days ago on Easter Monday.
My amiable brother-in-law, Attorney Isaac Nnabuchi Edoga, aka Chichi has taken an eternal sleep; never again to be worried by earthly strives.
He slept in the Lord at his residence in Beltsville, Maryland, USA. I miss his jokes, his smiles and the baritone voice as he yelled "KS".
Sleep on my brother. Lay down your head upon the Saviour's Breast. Take a deserved rest in the Lord. Sleep on till we meet at the feet of Jesus Christ. Chichi, Good night.
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Posted by Nicole Daley on April 6, 2020
You are not forgotten. Continue to rest in peace with our Lord and Savior.
Posted by Fiona Jones on April 6, 2020
Happy birthday Isaac
Posted by Oby Solaja on April 2, 2020
Nnabuchi, it was four years on the 28th of March that you left us to be with the Lord. It is not that I don't believe you are in a better place, resting in the bosom of our Lord, its just that I miss you greatly. Sleep on Chichi, we will still meet to part no more. You are forever in my heart Nnam!
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Shared by Fiona Jones on March 3, 2017

Its so sad . I cry myself to sleep everyday. I miss you. We are all in shock up to now. You left a big gap that will never be filled.. Isha Allah