Let the memory of Judith be with us forever.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Judith Okolo . We will remember her forever.


Obsequies For Judith:

Please find below details of her final commitment to mother earth :
Date: Friday 8th February
Graveside Service: 10am
Interment follows immediately after
Cemetery: Allu lane Cemetery 
Allum Lane, Elstree, Hertfordshire , WD6 3NN.


Service of songs to celebrate her life

When: Saturday February 2nd 2019

Time: 6pm - 8pm 

Where: Borehamwood Library, 96 Shenley Road, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 1EB



Posted by Funlola P on 8th February 2019
A tribute to my childhood friend Judith it is unbelievable that you have gone to rest at the blossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. It's with a heavy heart I write this tribute because the last time I saw you it was in the year 2017 at our friend's wedding anniversary and we just had a very brief chat. When tall Franca called to inform me of your passing on to glory, I kept shouting and saying who gave you this information because it could be ‘wrong’. I told her I was going on social media to find your sisters and brother just to confirm the suppose fake news, but it was the opposite, you were a friend who knew all my siblings and I yours. I found solace in God that you knew him and lived a life in Christ. I would like to remember the good memories we shared together over the years and thank God for the very short time you spent with us here on earth. My heart is heavy and if I feel this way, I can imagine the feeling of loss and grief in the heart of your loved ones. But as Christians we are taught to give thanks in whatever circumstances we find ourselves. I remember your big sister who I used to call your mummy because you lived in her house from your teenage years to adulthood, she was the mother figure and big sister we all know in your life and her love for you was obvious. Odalo was our baby nephew for years till his baby sister came alone. Yemisi's mum her daughters and sister Rose were our big sis and nieces; their homes welcomed all your friends and I remember your excitement when your brother Joe was getting married years ago. Your nieces and nephew’s millstone was celebrant with your friend, I remember me always saying you were spoiled by your older sibling because the love was clear-cut. (Lol) and you will smile. I found old pictures of you at my 21st birthday (which was not too long ago---Lol) last week and it brought back all the memories, our friendship, our differences but death came calling too early, you were a friend who I met in my teenage years and we became friends till you left this sinful world, we might not talk to each other for months, a year or two but when we meet up, we pick up our conversation from where we left it and few of my friends today I met through you. I couldn’t bring myself to tell my mum when I spoke to her last week because the passing of my Dad last July and the feeling of loss, we still struggle with. My brothers and sisters are in shock after I sent the information of your burial details to our group chat, they all had beautiful memories of you coming to visit me in our parent’s house, our family celebration, my sister’s graduation to mention a few of the good times. Am sure your mum will be shocked to see you so soon, too much to write but not enough space to talk about decades of friendship, the scripture teaches us not to morn like unbelievers because Judith is with our Lord Jesus Christ. "Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope". 1 Thessalonians 4:13(NIV) So, I celebrate a fulfilled life in Christ Jesus my childhood friend, only our heavenly Father knows the time and season for us all. I pray He comforts the family during this difficult time, He send the spirit of healing to heal your heavy hearts and grant those Judith left behind good health in long life. Judith Okolo omo mama Igbo but omo Yoruba to the T….. You will be greatly missed. Judith, we thank God that you are in a better place where there is no pain you are at peace. May your soul rest in prefect peace. Sun re oo ore mi Funlola.
Posted by Sola Ogunnaike on 2nd February 2019
Indeed this has been such devastating news but in Him we do have our peace. Your life was a blessing and the memories are treasures. Rest on beloved baby Sister. We will surely miss your vibrancy and sense of presence. You are truly loved and will be sorely missed. Adieu Judith.
Posted by Nkem Sudsbury on 2nd February 2019
It is said that goodbyes hurt the most when the story is not finished. For us it feels as though you left far too early. It feels like our family chain is broken. But we know that the Lord calls each one by name when it pleases Him. And as He calls us one by one, the chain will link again.
Posted by Baba Debo on 1st February 2019
I still remember the days when you here with us. But I miss you even more.
Posted by Baba Debo on 31st January 2019
SWEET MEMORIES NEVER DIE
Posted by Okla Anibaba on 29th January 2019
I was on my way to work when I got a call from far away in Italy that I should go on to your Facebook page. I went to your page and immediately saw that something was wrong. I can see Judith's picture in her beautiful smiling face, but what saddened my heart was the contents “Remembering Judith.” "Sad to hear", "Still in shock" etc....!!! I immediately called Manchester and your demise was confirmed...Uhmmmm...what a world we are living? Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal. To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die. Judith...the memory of you will always be in my heart and all your friends. If by any chance you come across your bosom friend (Dewunmi) aka "Omo Mama" I believe you can continue your friendship till eternity. I am going to miss you. SUN RE O.
Posted by Omene Addeh on 28th January 2019
My dear Aunty Judith, thank you for being a warm, kind, loving person during your time here on earth with us. You are missed, but I know you are in a better place. Rest In Peace.
Posted by Seidu Kazeem on 26th January 2019
She was the best client I ever had. She treated me like her younger brother. Never seen someone so friendly and accommodating like her. It was saddening wen I heard the news of ur demise Aunt Judith. U were a sister I never had. Continue to rest in peace cos I know u're in the bossom of our Lord.
Posted by Philomena Ofodu on 26th January 2019
Darling Judith I have never been so short of words as in this case. Your demise has left a big hole in my heart. I pray the good lord grant you eternal rest and let perpetual light shine on you. May your soul rest in peace. ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Folasade Oguntoye on 26th January 2019
Sleep well on the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ till we meet to part no more. We Love you but God Love you more.
Posted by Susan Egbueze on 26th January 2019
Words can’t explain how much I miss you my darling Anju.Continue to rest in the bosom of the LORD
Posted by Tunde Adedeji on 26th January 2019
May her soul rest in peace
Posted by Baba Debo on 26th January 2019
Judith will be in our hearts and memories.
Posted by Angela Nwagu on 25th January 2019
Lay down my dear friend, lay down and take a rest, shhh, worry no more but place your head upon the saviour's feet. Love you but Jesus love you best, I bid you goodnight my boo boo. Still can't comprehend the fact that you are no more. Sun ire deedee.
Posted by Rita Nwabeze on 25th January 2019
Even though you are gone, you have created a vacuum that no one can fill in my heart I've always celebrate you when you were here ,And I'll always celebrate you now that you are gone. I love you my twin sister and I'll always do. Rest on in the bossom of the Almghty God.
Posted by ST Okolo on 25th January 2019
“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his faithful servants.” ‭‭Psalm‬ ‭116:15 Father we thank you for the confirmation of your word . All the glory belongs to you.
Posted by ST Okolo on 25th January 2019
Your life was a blessing Your memories a treasure You are loved beyond words And missed beyond measure
Posted by Onyebuchi Ohunyon on 24th January 2019
Judith, I'm missing you like kilode, you were a rare gem, you shined light everywhere you went. I loved you but God loves you more! You will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace my dear.
Posted by Behonest Events on 23rd January 2019
Good bye Judith. We love you but god love you more R.........I..........P
Posted by Lovelyn Agbor-Gabriel on 23rd January 2019
O aunty Judith! It is unbelievable that you are gone. The Lord grant you eternal rest, aunty Judith untill we meet to part no more.
Posted by Yetunde Oni on 23rd January 2019
Judith....hmmm... I am still pondering at the news of your sudden demise not after we spoke while I was in Manchester and also exchanged WhatsApp messages to the effect that you would not be able to worship with us in church on Sunday 30th December but that you would definitely see me before 6th January being my departure date to Nigeria. The proposed meeting was never to be as the Lord called you to His bosom. Our dear kid sister, you are being and will forever be sorely missed. May the Almighty God grant your soul repose in heaven and grant all family members and friends the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss in Jesus name Amen....
Posted by Adejoke Oyedele on 23rd January 2019
Aunty mii,as I fondly call you.This is not the kind of note I wish to write to you but God knows best...just know I love you so much,your free spirit,the fun gist,the love.Please rest on.
Posted by Rose Undie on 23rd January 2019
Juddy, what can I say? We spoke until the 1st of January 2018. Your gentle talk and smiles, your promise to make us all proud in 2019, our foundest times we share together will ever remain in my heart. I pray for your beautiful soul everyday as I meditate on my Rosary. Juddy, I miss you. Eternal rest grant to Judith Okolo O' Lord, and let your perpetual light shine upon her. May the soul of Judith Okolo and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in Peace O'Lord. Amen. Adieu Ore mi, ka sun re ooo.
Posted by Lapo Akinbobola on 23rd January 2019
Aunty Judith! This is really sad! You were such a lovely fun lady. I remember you sometimes popping by in the evenings when we were all at Wilmot Point and telling us about your funny exploits at work. Fun fun times! We always looked forward to your stories in those days. You should not have passed so early but can we question God? I have not seen you in a while but I have not and will never forget you. Sleep well dear sis. Sleep well in the Lord. You will surely be missed! May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Elsie Ola on 23rd January 2019
The last time I saw you was in September last year, at church, for the thanksgiving in honour of mama’s (your mum’s) life. Even though I hadn’t seen you in around two years, you still looked the same, with your radiant smile. It’s what I remember most. It’s hard to believe that when you said “goodbye” on that day, it would be the last time we would see you. There’s not much else I can say but this — Reign in peace with Christ!
Posted by Kola Falobi on 23rd January 2019
Rest In Peace, Judith.
Posted by Ayaola Sarah Olateju on 23rd January 2019
Judith Okolo. Oremi lati kekere. Am still in shock. God understand why this happened. Rest on my beloved. I will always miss you.
Posted by Yemisi Ajeyori on 21st January 2019
Lighting a candle for the beautiful, loving, caring, generous and fearless Judith Okolo!

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