ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Luke Asika. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Gilbert Okenwa on May 7, 2021
My dear in-law I miss you, You were a good man. I got linked to my dear wife through you. I can not forget our good days at Enugu campus and there after. I miss your jokes and funs. Though i am not there phiscally for interment,iam spiritualy there. May your soul rest in peace till the resurrection day When we meet to part no more ADIEU
Posted by Pharm. Pamela Chiamaka As... on April 27, 2021
                     TRIBUTE TO DAD
               DADDY, I MISS YOU SO MUCH!!!

The 28th Day of March, 2021 was a tragic day, a day to my birthday. No Happy birthday wish from you Dad. I would have been completely happy.

Dad you were a jolly good fellow, funny, caring, very Intelligent with scholarships, wise, humble, lover of sports, considerate, compassionate amongst others. I don’t think I can be able to write all that is on my mind.

Daddy I miss you so much, I miss your smiles, jokes, play, the stories of Olden days, words of advice and encouragement, the songs you taught Chiamaka and I (Nne Dinwenu anyi, Ezigbo Nne nke Dinwenu anyi), all songs to Our Blessed Virgin Mary, you are always on my mind whenever I sing them.

You made me happy and provided for me in whatever way you could. You taught me new words, made me learn baby rhymes when I was little, you directed me on how to be a better, focused and determined Lady, spiritual in Christ Jesus, how to love one another and overlook things. To say I loved you dad would be an understatement - to say I’m going to miss you would be an even greater understatement. You are the best Father and thank God for making you my dad. Dad I Love you forever!

Dad you were and will always be my role Model, Ambassador of Peace. Your Silence most times to situations was for peace to reign. My heart is heavy, the thoughts of not seeing you ever again or playing with you, makes me cry immensely. Who would call me on the phone and say Pam pam pam pam pam pam pam pam pam pam pam each and every time we talk on the phone? Truly, those always made me blush so hard. You are the best Dad everyone would ever wish for!

I think of you whenever I come across the saying “A Good name is better than Riches”. You left a good legacy behind. No one is perfect but you were a good man; both to the family, friends, Relatives, Church, your Profession and the society at large. I really appreciate the day I was really sick and you took me all the way to Enugu for immediate treatment, It meant a lot to me. You loved so hard!!!!!.

Thank you so much for laying a good foundation for us. We all had good education and you even trained other people and assisted people one way or the other, God bless your Soul. And we are going to miss you. Your decency, sincerity and kind soul will stay with us forever. 

You didn’t wait to witness me get married someday, I know you really wanted to be present but I am sure that you will be there regardless; Smiling, praising, blessing me and calling me the beautiful Igbo names you make me dance to while you call them; Adaukwu m, Ada m ga-egburu ewu, Pam Pam, my 2.5million e.t.c Ahhh Death!!!

You fought so hard to be alive but God knows best. It is so painful but I am consoled with the fact that you kicked the bucket on Palm Sunday, the Triumphant entry of our Lord Jesus Christ into Heaven. My Lord, we believe you have taken Dad along with you on that Glorious Day.

As we gather here today to remember and commemorate his life, let's bid him farewell as we mourn the loss of a dearly, beloved, and dignified soul. A soul that brought so much kindness and happiness to family and friends alike, and whose legacy will live on forever.

Our Lord Jesus Christ, please accept my sweet and Lovely Daddy’s Soul, console the rest of us. Blessed Virgin Mary, Dad said his Rosary daily, please intercede for him and May his Soul Rest in Peace, AMEN.


Pharmacist Asika Pamela Chiamaka
           Daughter
Posted by Judith Ogoh on April 25, 2021
He had always been my Uncle Luke because he and my Dad, Chief Seba Okoro were childhood buddies! But in October 1986, I gained admission into UNIPORT. Dad and I flew into PH from Lagos. We had only a few hours for registration and he left me with Uncle Luke and Aunty Enda and flew back.

To say they took me in like their daughter and made my stay in Port Harcourt for the next 4 years a bliss, would be an understatement. Even after I moved into the Hostel, the doors to their home remained open to me. My graduation ceremony topped it like icing on a cake.

It broke my heart to watch you ill, Uncle. You were humour and kindness, personified among many things. May the good Lord receive you with His heavenly hosts! You know no pain anymore! We love you dearly and you will forever be in our hearts.

Thanks for leaving indelible memories on all lives you touched, mine especially. Rest in perfect peace my beloved Uncle!
Posted by Chimezie Mike on April 25, 2021
The only man that loves without concern for your background or societal placement, this great man permitted me on several occasions to eat on his dinning table, a father and a mentor, I thought he would have been here a bit to witness my wedding since it wasn't the ordination anymore.

I will surely miss you sir Luke and how he used to call me...is that Mike? It's really sad but God knows best, but one thing is sure, He is a SAINT, he is in heaven, no compromise at all. I love you so much Daddy, the love you have shown to all Block Rosary Crusaders and the Blessed mother is the reason you will never miss heaven. Adieu Papa, Chimezie Mike will forever Miss you.
Posted by Chiamaka Asika on April 25, 2021
On 28th March 2021, I watched the body Of my daddy as I usually call him die but his spirit still lives. I remember how much love My daddy gives, how selflessly he shares whateverhe can to help others, how consistently he lifts up those around him with a kind word, his funny jokes and his humble ear to listen to whatever I wanted to say and by these, my daddy was immeasurable. my daddy was love and humility personified, all through the 25 years of my life, my daddy never used a harsh tone or spoke the slightest bad or hurting word to me.I take comfort in knowing that my daddy is no longer in pain, and suffering is no longer something he has to endure. I believe that he has transisted from the terrestrial to the celestial. I love you my daddy.
Chiamaka Cynthia Asika
(Jumbo Niece)
Posted by Cally Ugo on April 24, 2021
TRIBUTE TO OUR GREAT IN-LAW

  With heart full of grief and Eyes filled with tears, we the family of late Chief Romanus Emenike write this tribute to a man of honour, a hero, a peace loving and caring father; Surv. Luke keonye Asika. The News of your death came as a great shock and left everyone speechless. "Death" death you took someone very precious away from us and left us with heavy hearts. We know death is inevitable, but it came when we least expected it. We pray fervently that God will grant you repose in his kingdom. Amen.
  Dee Luke we love you and wished you never departed from us but God loves you more and it is his will to take you away from this Sinful World. May your gentle Soul rest in perfect peace till we meet to part no more.

  Farewell Great Man.
  Adieu our In-law.

  Signed
Mrs J.N.Emenike.
For the Family.
Posted by Chyluv Niks on April 24, 2021

TRIBUTE TO A RARE GEM
With tearful eyes, we watched you suffer and saw you slowly fade away. Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hardworking hands put to rest.
We are never ready to say goodbye forever, even though we know it is a part of life. This day, our hearts are heavy for loosing someone so special but as we mourn your death, we also celebrate your life well spent.
Rest in peace my dearest Father-in-law.

Dr. (Mrs.) Chiamaka Asika
Daughter-inlaw
Posted by Chyluv Niks on April 24, 2021
GRANDPA HAS GONE TO HEAVEN
One quite day, the angels came and took my grandpa far away. But in the stillness of the night, I could almost hear him say “Dear grandchild, I will miss you, you mean so much to me, but Jesus called me to his side, in Heaven I will be.
It is really so sad that you are gone, even though I wished that you stayed to watch me grow up. Grand pa, your death has created a vacuum which cannot be filled. We weep because we lost a dear one who cared for many. From Heaven you are still giving the love you always had. I know you hear me talk to you in my baby language. I will always love you my Precious grand daddy.
Adieu Grand pa!
Jayson Chidike Asika
Grandson
Posted by Asika Chijioke on April 24, 2021
28th of March, 2021 is a day I will never forget. When I received the phone call from mom telling me to rush down to Owerri, I never knew that was the day the Lord chose for your triumphant entry into heaven. You taught me a lot while growing up. You gave me one advice I will never forget, you said “Our Family name is greater than wealth and Riches, I should not throw it in the mud”. I have always kept this advice and I will pass it on to my children and your grandchildren. When I was a child, I always thought you were a billionaire because you provided the best things for Us, but as I grew older, I realized you did them because you loved us and wanted the best for us. You were always my hero and you will always be my Hero. Everybody that associated with you always said you were a good, calm, sincere and God fearing person. I look up to you and tell myself I want to be like you and even better.
I thank you for who I am today. You were the best teacher I ever had. I know we lost a precious Father, but I am consoled because I know heaven has gained an Angel and I know you are watching over us as you always did while on earth.

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Posted by Gilbert Okenwa on May 7, 2021
My dear in-law I miss you, You were a good man. I got linked to my dear wife through you. I can not forget our good days at Enugu campus and there after. I miss your jokes and funs. Though i am not there phiscally for interment,iam spiritualy there. May your soul rest in peace till the resurrection day When we meet to part no more ADIEU
Posted by Pharm. Pamela Chiamaka As... on April 27, 2021
                     TRIBUTE TO DAD
               DADDY, I MISS YOU SO MUCH!!!

The 28th Day of March, 2021 was a tragic day, a day to my birthday. No Happy birthday wish from you Dad. I would have been completely happy.

Dad you were a jolly good fellow, funny, caring, very Intelligent with scholarships, wise, humble, lover of sports, considerate, compassionate amongst others. I don’t think I can be able to write all that is on my mind.

Daddy I miss you so much, I miss your smiles, jokes, play, the stories of Olden days, words of advice and encouragement, the songs you taught Chiamaka and I (Nne Dinwenu anyi, Ezigbo Nne nke Dinwenu anyi), all songs to Our Blessed Virgin Mary, you are always on my mind whenever I sing them.

You made me happy and provided for me in whatever way you could. You taught me new words, made me learn baby rhymes when I was little, you directed me on how to be a better, focused and determined Lady, spiritual in Christ Jesus, how to love one another and overlook things. To say I loved you dad would be an understatement - to say I’m going to miss you would be an even greater understatement. You are the best Father and thank God for making you my dad. Dad I Love you forever!

Dad you were and will always be my role Model, Ambassador of Peace. Your Silence most times to situations was for peace to reign. My heart is heavy, the thoughts of not seeing you ever again or playing with you, makes me cry immensely. Who would call me on the phone and say Pam pam pam pam pam pam pam pam pam pam pam each and every time we talk on the phone? Truly, those always made me blush so hard. You are the best Dad everyone would ever wish for!

I think of you whenever I come across the saying “A Good name is better than Riches”. You left a good legacy behind. No one is perfect but you were a good man; both to the family, friends, Relatives, Church, your Profession and the society at large. I really appreciate the day I was really sick and you took me all the way to Enugu for immediate treatment, It meant a lot to me. You loved so hard!!!!!.

Thank you so much for laying a good foundation for us. We all had good education and you even trained other people and assisted people one way or the other, God bless your Soul. And we are going to miss you. Your decency, sincerity and kind soul will stay with us forever. 

You didn’t wait to witness me get married someday, I know you really wanted to be present but I am sure that you will be there regardless; Smiling, praising, blessing me and calling me the beautiful Igbo names you make me dance to while you call them; Adaukwu m, Ada m ga-egburu ewu, Pam Pam, my 2.5million e.t.c Ahhh Death!!!

You fought so hard to be alive but God knows best. It is so painful but I am consoled with the fact that you kicked the bucket on Palm Sunday, the Triumphant entry of our Lord Jesus Christ into Heaven. My Lord, we believe you have taken Dad along with you on that Glorious Day.

As we gather here today to remember and commemorate his life, let's bid him farewell as we mourn the loss of a dearly, beloved, and dignified soul. A soul that brought so much kindness and happiness to family and friends alike, and whose legacy will live on forever.

Our Lord Jesus Christ, please accept my sweet and Lovely Daddy’s Soul, console the rest of us. Blessed Virgin Mary, Dad said his Rosary daily, please intercede for him and May his Soul Rest in Peace, AMEN.


Pharmacist Asika Pamela Chiamaka
           Daughter
Posted by Judith Ogoh on April 25, 2021
He had always been my Uncle Luke because he and my Dad, Chief Seba Okoro were childhood buddies! But in October 1986, I gained admission into UNIPORT. Dad and I flew into PH from Lagos. We had only a few hours for registration and he left me with Uncle Luke and Aunty Enda and flew back.

To say they took me in like their daughter and made my stay in Port Harcourt for the next 4 years a bliss, would be an understatement. Even after I moved into the Hostel, the doors to their home remained open to me. My graduation ceremony topped it like icing on a cake.

It broke my heart to watch you ill, Uncle. You were humour and kindness, personified among many things. May the good Lord receive you with His heavenly hosts! You know no pain anymore! We love you dearly and you will forever be in our hearts.

Thanks for leaving indelible memories on all lives you touched, mine especially. Rest in perfect peace my beloved Uncle!
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Shared by Dr Chinenyeenye Amanze on April 24, 2021
Where can I start to reminisce...Is it from growing up as your Jara(Extra) or to the fact that I always wanted to be in Port Harcourt to enjoy your humor..Uncle you were so loving. Even in Ailment, you did not loose these virtues.I truly felt like your own child because of how you treated me and I will never forget you...
I pray Heaven consoles Everyone You left behind even as Our God who granted you that triumphant entry keeps you in his Own Bosom
Rest In Peace Nwokeoma.