Let the memory of Lawrence be with us forever
  • 71 years old
  • Born on November 28, 1944 .
  • Passed away on July 23, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lawrence Enuezie, 71, born on November 28, 1944 and passed away on July 23, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Posted by RITA OMOGOLOR on 23rd July 2018
Daddy, Things fade , time pass and they say, time heals every wound . Does it really ? I remember you today, unashamed still to say that I am crying . I wish you were here . I wish I can see you once again . Rest on daddy . You will forever be my daddy. "Time is too slow for those who wait, too swift for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice, but for those who love, time is eternity". Henry Van Dyke
Posted by ONYE ENUEZIE on 23rd July 2018
May the soul of Lawrence Ifechukwude Enuezie and the souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace. Love you Daddy.
Posted by RITA OMOGOLOR on 17th June 2018
Daddy , You will never be forgotten, As long as I live, I will always remember you, Though the pain remains. I will always carry you in my heart, For that's where you belong . Tonight, I play you the infernal gallop, Death never conquered you, You conquered death, And you live on, Forever
Posted by RITA OMOGOLOR on 17th June 2018
Daddy , Ma Abaa, another father's day without you . It's hard but I know You are with me, with us . You are always and forever deeply loved , deeply missed and . Rest in peace daddy and happy father's day
Posted by Ejiro Ekuwem on 28th November 2017
Happy Birthday Dad. Continue to rest in Eternal Peace.
Posted by RITA OMOGOLOR on 28th November 2017
Daddy, Ma Aba, How are you ? I know you are fine . Happy birthday > I miss you . We miss you - terribly. Continue to rest .
Posted by RITA OMOGOLOR on 23rd July 2017
Nedim, I woke up today, Sad and tearful, When I remember the memories we shared, But when I look back , I see the beauty you left behind in me, Your smile in my smile, My cheek lines I took from you , I smiled and and I saw you smiling back at me, My greatest fan and cheerleader, Keep on cheering Nedim, I wish you are are here with us, But I am consoled knowing that you are always with me, free from the physical limitations of space and time , I will still drink that beer like we used to drink together , As I toast to you, Nedim, Nnamuku,okolobia esa, Keep on resting , I know you are fine, I know that it is all going to be well.
Posted by ONYE ENUEZIE on 23rd July 2017
Dearest Daddie You live. In you, the Spirit of life. Your strength, '10 men' they called you. Inspired by the stories of your youth and selflessness, Your love for mum and us, I have faith to climb mountains. In those final moments, You looked And heard that great call and answered, Now you live forever. Love you so much, Daddie.
Posted by ONYE ENUEZIE on 23rd July 2017
To Grandpa. I miss you so much, I wish you hope. From Chuka Enuezie
Posted by ONYE ENUEZIE on 21st August 2016
Eyes open or close Thoughts and memories of you Of the 'ifs' and the 'dids' The 'dids' - memories of you, your love, your devotion to family, your sacrifices for us The 'ifs' - how I could have had more memories of you Now, it is goodbye to the 'ifs' The 'dids' are all I am left to cherish. Your love for me, I couldn't know all of it. I couldn't comprehend it all. You held nothing back from me. You gave everything for me. Memories of the day I knew your love for me fill my mind. Though a glimpse. It filled me with awe. With the consciousness of a son. I know a father's love. A dad's love. Quiet. Unshaken. Like the tip of the iceberg, when expressed. With words, indescribable. Full of dreams and inspiration. It was your love, Dad. Your life. Selfless. You wouldn't see lack and not bring relief; Hurt and not bring comfort; In each person, life brought your way, You shared a part of you Your life many live now. My children talk about buying you super hero toys; I wish I had bought you one cos that's what you are - super hero; Super hero books they want to read to you, Typed messages on the phone for you Each word of how much they love and miss you. How much we all will miss you. How are you? Hope you are okay? It was always you who would ask first. Even now Daddie I know those are the questions you are asking me. Same answers I give to you now Daddie, we are fine. We all are fine. Aways praying for me. May not hear those prayers from you again but I know your prayers for me were answered. As always as I end my call, and now this call Thank you daddie Love you, Daddie! Your son, Onye
Posted by Isioma Osemene on 21st August 2016
Rest in Peace Papa....your wonderful memories and the good things you stand for and represent will forever live in the hearts of as many as were privileged to meet with you. Rest on.
Posted by OSHOMA ENIGWANA on 19th August 2016
Daddy,May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Anthony Omogolor on 17th August 2016
Dearest Diokpa My diokpa (as I call him in the quite of my mind), my days with you have not been long enough, no they have not. I remember those very few nights of general discussion from your days in St. Anthony Ubulu and the various notables from my homeland you met whilst at school there. Then the Asaba years, your days also in NNPC; the intrigues and turning points in your career with NNPC. We talked books too - where you displayed very keen interest in autobiographies of culture icons across the globe. What about those nights we talk investment - in sundry investment vehicles and your perpetual encouragement to all around you to live frugally so they can set something aside for posterity. I remember how we traded investment ideas and concerns. Golden forever indeed will be the several ways you have been a father to me and the love and friendship your extended in your characteristic loving way to every member of my extended family and even friends inquiring about each by name. I am consoled though, yes I am, that this discussion has not ended. Only the essence has. We will meet again 'my diopka'. Just rest well for now.
Posted by RITA OMOGOLOR on 17th August 2016
My Dearest Daddy, I write these words with heartbreaking sorrow knowing that I will not see you in the physical again but yet, with an unexplained joy knowing that you have gone home to rest. You said we shouldn’t use the word die and I know you didn’t die You were and will always remain the man who I am and will be forever proud to call my dad. You were an embodiment of goodness, humility, discipline and faith. Your deep love and belief in humanity was extraordinary and you always saw the good in people. You believed in me. You were my cheerleader, ever present, ever encouraging, never giving up on me. I knew I could face anything because you were there to console and encourage me. I really did pray and hoped that I see you again but God knows best. You will forever remain my hero, my champion and the one who I remember with deepest love and respect. One day, we shall meet again in that beautiful land and it’s going to be an awesome reunion. Nedim, rest in peace and may the angels lead you home Nkemdilim Rita Omogolor

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