ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in loving memory of our dearly beloved  father, husband, grandfather, uncle, cousin, inlaw and brother Sir Maxwell Egbukole, 89, born into the royal family of Eze Egbukole on  October 29, 1931 in Egbu Owerri Imo State, passed on to glory on March 7, 2021. 

A  devoted Christian and a Knight of St. Christopher in the Anglican communion of the Diocese of Egbu. Our beloved Dad had a meritorious teaching career that spanned many years until his retirement in 1989.

A humble unassuming, disciplined and selfless gentleman who loved humanity, loved peace and loved his family. 

May your gentle soul continue to rest in the Lord. You will forever be in our hearts.
Posted by Ugochukwu Egbukole on March 8, 2022
It is now one year since your departure. We thank God for your legacy of peace and forthrightness.
Continue in your peaceful rest. Rest Easy Sir.
Posted by Nnaemeka Egbukole on March 8, 2022
As we mark the first year remeberance of Dad's passing, we thank God for his life journey here and the impact and the footprints he left behind. We are grateful to God as we celebrate his legacies and pray that he continues to rest in the bossom of the Lord. We love you and miss you dearly.
Posted by Joy Ihejirika on March 7, 2022
Wao! One year already. May your gentle soul continue to rest peacefully in God's bosom dear uncle. You will forever be missed. Rest on Sir.
Posted by Okechukwu Egbukole on March 7, 2022
Daddy one year has gone since you departed his earthly realm but the precious memory of your time with us has remained ever fresh. Your are very much in our hearts my loving father and teacher. Continue to rest in the Lord with the saints.
Posted by Iheanyi Egbukole on March 7, 2022
Dad, It's a year today but the memory is ever green. You are missed dearly but we are comforted that you are resting in God's bosom. Gentle, humble, God fearing and the best Father anyone could wish for. Rest on Dad. 
Posted by Chioma Okere on July 6, 2021
Dear Uncle,

It felt so sad hearing of your passing, you had such a gentle spirit and you were easy going. You showed such love and care for everyone around you. Your love for God was very true and contagious.
I know you are resting in God’s love.
Farewell…
Posted by Chinedum Eguzoro on June 29, 2021
Our Daddy,Sir Maxwell Egbukole was a man of a calm disposition.He was receptive & hospitable .And this showed in the way he treated us as teenagers then, when we came visiting his boys in the 80's&90's.

A man of Faith,who showed courage to stand up for what he believed in.

Daddy's life was greatly decorated with the grace,mercy & help of God.In all the time I've known his family,not once was I told that he was ill in a hospital.So,When He turned 89yrs last year,I said to myself that I might be witnessing for the first time,someone turn 100yrs in a few years time; but unfortunately,that was not to be.

All the same ,We appreciate God for his goodness that we saw in your life.

Sir,I join all that knew you,to celebrate your life & times And to say 'Rest On'.

You will surely be missed .
-EGUZORO,C.E
Posted by Charles Akagha on June 27, 2021

We have known our Uncle Max for about all our lives. The elder siblings amongst us children of Christiana Akagha (Victor, Patience and Edwin), began to know Uncle Max. as far back as during his wedding to our mother`s younger sister (our Aunty Abigail – fondly referred to as Aunty Abi) during the ending of the Nigeria/Biafra civil war, when they performed roles as page boys and flower girls, throwing confetti at rehearsed intervals during the wedding procession. We knew Uncle then as that very tall handsome dark complexion man who spoke softly and very little at that time and was now becoming our favourite uncle. With the passage of time, we got to know him much more, and better as a very gentle and peaceful man with incredibly wise counsel.
We have been opportuned to spend some holidays at his home in Egbu and observed and interacted with him at closer circumstances. We have also had the privilege of his company in London, United Kingdom, on his visits to the family there, and when we celebrated with him his 80th Birthday, while in London. His calm, reassuring and peaceful countenance, words of wisdom and devotion to the Christian Faith was shining through and touching the lives of us all that knew him, and indeed to anyone else that encountered him.
We, as young adults have in the past admired some of the attributes of our Uncle Max and which we now as parents, have come to appreciate even better.
Some of these attributes summarised include;
• Calmness and patience
We never saw or heard Uncle Max raise his voice at anyone in anger. We were all very comfortable in his presence. Whilst growing up, we have observed that some serious family issues have been settled in his presence and with his influence during indoor meeting with everybody coming out calmly and satisfied
• An excellent family man
Uncle Max was devoted to his family. He shared a special bond with his wife, our aunty Abi. They did everything together and generally enjoyed each other's company, as a perfect couple. On several occasions uncle Max would delay having his meal until his wife was home and ready to join him with the meal. He regarded all his nieces and nephews as members of one large family and treated everyone equally and as with his own children. He was always impartial, and never took sides in a dispute against anyone. 
• Devotion to his Faith
Uncle Max was a man of faith in God. What other evidence of this, than as a Church Knight of Saint Christopher. The influence of this devotion is passed on to most of his children, who are very prominent in their places of worship.
As children we found his very tall stature quite intimidating whereas when he spoke, he was very gentle, reassuring and peaceful. He never failed to give anyone a piece of advice or two on any occasion.
As a teacher, Uncle Max was vast in knowledge and very eloquent. He was physically and emotionally quite strong as a man and even so till his old age, and still stood tall.
He often said that for anyone to be lying in a hospital bed was as a sign of laziness. Uncle Max had never fallen ill, not even known to have had a headache. He was indeed blessed with very good health.
Till this time of death, Uncle Max remained a very devout Christian who never slacked with his religious church activities and would advise us to take the word of God seriously.
Although we will miss you uncle Max. as you depart in glory, to the bosom of our Lord God, but we will be consoled by the huge legacy you have left behind you.
Rest in the perfect peace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
From:
The AKAGHA Family
Posted by Chinagorom Iheanacho on June 25, 2021
I called you papa! You saw me as your other son, I prayed with you. You thought me the values of humility. You were a gentleman extraordinaire. I am so honored to be a part of your life which Is priceless. I will always celebrate you. This for me is a transition to glory. Adieu Papa
Posted by ogechi azubuike on June 25, 2021
No doubt your family and all that knew you will miss you having seen the memorable moments you shared together. Yours is a life well spent Sir Egbukole. Your posterity will forever speak. Rest on in the bossom of the Lord
Posted by Daniel Ihedioha on June 25, 2021
We met just once when I visited your son Ugochukwu, but that was enough to confirm how good u were.You were very special, an advocate of peace , You deprived yourself of various pleasures in order for others to be happy and peaceful.
U were just a true definition of a good man.
Your service to humanity will be rewarded by God.

May your gentle soul rest in peace . Amen
Posted by Magnus Ogaraku on June 25, 2021
Rest in the bosom of the Lord, Papa. Although I never met you in person, Okey often talked about you during our school days in Senior Secondary School for Science Etiti. Thank you for raising wonderful children. Thank you for your contributions to humanity. Adieu Papa!

We shall meet on the resurrection morning

Dr. Magnus Chinemerem Ogaraku
Posted by Raphael Nwosu on June 12, 2021
Sir Maxwell Egbukole, I was sad to learn of your departure from this world. However, I thank God that people acknowledge and give good testimonies about your virtuous life. I pray that the good Lord will grant you eternal repose in his bosom.
My condolences to my friend cum school mate, Prince Emeka and the rest of the family.
Posted by Uche Okere on June 1, 2021
I and my family send our sincere condolences to my auntie Abigail and her children for the transition to eternal glory of her loving husband and awesome father Sir Maxwell Egbukole. Sir Maxwell was a great in law (Oke ogo anyi ejieme onu). We will miss you a lot, though we need to weep your loss, you still dwell in that safe place where no storm or night or pain can reach you.
Continue to rest in the bossom of the lord .
Posted by Cheedy Okere on May 31, 2021
It is with deepest sorrow and sadness that I write this tribute to you Late Sir Maxwell Egbukole, Uncle Max; as we affectionally called you. Sir Maxwell, you were a morally principled leader who believed in justice, fairness, and equity. A gentleman Knight of the Anglican church, and was married to my Aunt, Aunt Abigail, which marriage produced 7 wonderful and well-rounded children, my dear cousins.

I still recall pleasant memories of your visits to the Okere compound and how we always looked forward to your visits. You were caring and well respected by all that interacted with you. I recall my last visit to Emii, on my way back to Owerri, I insisted on stopping in at Egbu, despite how late it was, to greet you and Aunty. We ended up spending over 3hrs talking and laughing, with you cracking jokes in your usual quiet manner.

You touched so many lives by your selfless and countless acts of kindness, always giving and never expecting any favors in return. Your dedication to a cause set you apart. For every institution you worked for, you laid the path for others to succeed.
The benefits of your hard work is a living testimony for so many young men and women you took under your wings at a personal and professional level.

Death is inevitable, it is a journey that everyone must take, however; your death came as a surprise. We did not expect it and wish we had more time to continue to appreciate you.
Uncle Max, you were, and will always be an inspiration to myself, the entire family and anyone who worked with you..


While we mourn today, we also take comfort in the fact that your mission on earth has been fulfilled. God in His infinite wisdom knows best. May Our Lord comfort and sustain your family, your wife, and children now and always.

We thank the Lord for your life and bid you farewell. May God Almighty keep you safe resting in perfect peace till resurrection day, Amen.

!!!ADIEU MY LOVING UNCLE

Cheedy Okere

[For, and on Behalf of the Okere Family]
Posted by Pastor Noah Ussaini on May 29, 2021
PA, we are pained by your departure, but we are consoled by the the quality of life that you lived. How could I possibly speak this way, I met Nnameka in school over 3 decades ago, as at then, all evidences around him portrayed that he was and still is a well raised person. Pa, thanks so much for the legacies you are leaving behind. Rest on gallant soldier of the Lord! To my friend and brother, Nnaemeka and the siblings, please take heart and be strong, Pa has gone the way of all mortals. 
Pastor Noah Ussaini
Senior pastor, Destiny life Restoration church.
www.thedestinylife.org
Posted by uchenna orji on May 26, 2021
May your soul rest in peace and may God give the family you left behind the fortitude to bear the loss. My condolences to Emeka and the rest of the family.

UM Orji.
Posted by Uche Amadi on May 24, 2021
Tribute to late Prince Maxwell B. Egbukole

It was with great shock and sadness that I received the news of Maxwell’s passing on Tuesday March 09 2021 through our Lord Bishop GE Okafor.

I never knew or heard that Prince Maxwell was ever sickly and as such his death was rather very unsettling to me. Maxwell and I grew up together and enjoyed very good relationship.

Prince Maxwell was epitome of humility and integrity; known to be hardworking, honest, sincere, and of great self-control. He made a successful career in the teaching profession, happily married to Lady Abigail Egbukole and blessed with seven (7) sons to the glory of God.

As a credit to Prince Maxwell, these children live with their wives happily and with great understanding. Prince Maxwell was a good Christian who lived and practiced the highest degree of Christianity, little wonder he was knighted in the order of St. Christopher.

Prince Max Egbukole was a worthy and respected member of the now defunct Cathedral Expansion Committee for the eleven (11) years it took to rebuild and expand the Cathedral Church Of All Saints Egbu to its present state of beauty, splendor, and grandeur. He withstood the weather, shine or rain, for all those 11 years to attend committee meetings and execute assignments under his responsibility.

Prince Sir Maxwell was born into a Christian family, lived a Christian, and died a Christian!

We heartily condole with his wife, children, and grandchildren and pray for his most gentle soul to rest in perfect peace.

From,
Mr & Mrs GJ Amadi and Family
Posted by Uche Sandra Iheka (née O... on May 22, 2021
To my big daddy,
     I love you and we miss you ,I wish we had more time together so i would know you better but God knows best and I know you are in a better place,Rest well sir
Posted by Nosike Victor on May 22, 2021
I am greatly grateful to God that I came in touch with Nda Mark.
He was a man of many descriptions.
He had a pure and productive mindset.
He was an encyclopeadia of culture and tradition.
A moment spent with him was always a training session.
He loved God and humanity passionately.
He cherished peace and unity.
He was an upright, fearless and friendly gentle uncle.
May God continue to illuminate his path to eternity and grant his gentle soul a peaceful rest in our Lord Jesus. Amen.

Posted by chiedozie ohiaeri on May 21, 2021
I met you several times when I visited my friend, Emeka (boy) in Egbu. I saw a humble man, kind, welcoming, quiet, upright, peaceful, and a man with a deep attachment to family. When I see your children and your family, I see the testimony of the virtuous exemplary life that you lived. Safe Journey, Sir. May you Rest in Peace with our Lord Jesus Christ, Amen, till we meet again.
Posted by Uz Ike on May 21, 2021
A TRIBUTE TO A SPECIAL UNCLE!

Sir Maxwell Egbukole! The news of your death came as a shock because I never thought of it. But within few minutes, the reality came to me that it was not death, but passing on to glory to join all the other faithful departed. Therein lies the peace in our hearts today.

Nda Mark (as we fondly called you), you were one of the first few uncles I knew as a young child. I saw true and faithful loving care in you then, and it never changed throughout your lifetime. You were close to our parents till their last breath; you stood by them like a true brother indeed, even after their death, you still played your role faithfully to the end. Of a truth, uncles like you are rear to find.

For lack of words to describe you, I can only but say that – 'NDA MARK WAS A GOOD MAN INDEED'.

God Bless your soul

Uzoaku
Posted by yerima othman on May 21, 2021
My condolences over the passing of your dear father Emeka. I pray for fortitude to the family left behind on this great loss.
Posted by Adeleke Ajibola on May 21, 2021
Papa, you are really an epitome of good character and godly behaviour. You are worthy of emulation particularly on your simple but cherished lifestlye.
You show us how to love as you eshew love to people around you no matter their ethnic affiliate or background.
The few times you visited us in London and attending church service with us can never be forgotten.
We really love you but God loves you most.
We all miss you at RCCG-Hephzibah, Grace Pasture, Enfield, Middlesex, United Kingdom.
Continue to rest in the bosom of your Lord Papa.

Pastor Adeleke Ajibola
RCCG, Hephzibah, Grace Pasture
Enfield, UK

Posted by Bashir Oriloye on May 21, 2021
Rest in peace Papa.
Posted by Daniel Egbukole on May 19, 2021
My humble Tribute to late Uncle Sir Maxwell Egbukole
  It was with great shock and ofcourse deep grief and sorrow receiving the information about the passing to glory of our beloved Brother, Uncle, Father, Husband and Grandpa, Sir Max Egbukole, an information I least expected as at time of delivery.
  Uncle Max, as testified by all who knew him was a man of integrity endowed with infinite wisdom and humility that was displayed so selflessly with absolute passion. Wonderful personality he really was.
   My cordial relationship with uncle Max can never be overemphasized. He was just next to a father. He took I and my siblings on board his young family when our Father, Mr Victor Egbukole of blessed memories passed on 1978. He watched over our up-bringing relentlessly . He monitored and mentored every steps. His advices were always positive oriented and positive results were never farfetched. Negativity had no place in his lexicon, even as a veteran teacher / lecturer and ofcourse a disciplinarian, I never witnessed him raise voice or hands on us or his children.
  Uncle Max was a rare gentleman no doubts, words are lacking to express much actually.
   Uncle Max no doubt lived a fulfilled life, and the faithfulness of God manifested in all aspects of his life achievements : his career, his marriage, his children, his family and his spiritual relationship with God and humanity. His countless blessings are thus well deserved.
  God dictates and no questions whatsoever, but we take solace believing Uncle Max has secured a befitting place in His bosom awaiting Eternity, the Christian faith
  My condolences to us all, the Egbukole Royalty Dynasty, an Icon is lost, and to the immidiate family, I pass across alongside siblings our heartfelt feelings of grief. We are bereaved. May Uncle Max soul rest in perfect peace. Amen!

Engr. Dan Ndubuisi Egbukole @ Vickez Group
Posted by chinenye orduwa on May 13, 2021
Your warm reception towards my Family each time we visited was second to None. Every one around you were treated with love and equality.

My dear sister your daughter in-law ; Blessing Egbukole never stops saying how good of a Loving father-in-law you were to her and this brings us so much Joy and happiness.

You fathered, raised and headed a family of great men and women, this shows you were indeed a great Father.

Your departure wasn’t pleasant to know, but God knows best. You will be forever Missed papa.

Keep resting In the bosom of the Lord Pa


Posted by Gospel Amaechi on May 8, 2021
I have always used you as a reference point when it comes to heading and leading a family. You were a shining example of how one should live. It was sad to hear that you were no more.

It was well with your soul, it will remain well with your soul as you continue to rest. Rest In Peace. You were a rare good man. Rest on!
Posted by dabere Agam-ibe on May 5, 2021
It is in sober times like this that we remember the words of a preacher

"To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the

heaven; a time to be born, a time to die".
Your timeline attests that you were truly a teacher and instructor to

all, peaceful, truthful and you showed unalloyed love to all. A man with

principles of fairplay and few words that produces effective outcomes.
On behalf of the Ibe’s family, we pray that the Holy Spirit befriend the

Egbukole’s family in this time of grief and thereafter.
May the Almighty Lord grant his soul perpetual Rest.

Dabere Agam-Ibe.
Posted by Kehinde (Kenny) Fakolujo on May 1, 2021
Our Dearest Pa Sir Maxwell Benjamin Egbukole,
Sadly we did not get to meet while alive, but from the testimonies from all your children - Pastor Okechukwu Egbukole to be specific, it shows that you were a Godly, compassionate, energetic and enterprising man who lived a purposeful life to the glory of God and that of humanity. We take solace in the fact that you lived a life of selfless service in the Church, your families and the entire community.

And to Pastor Okechukwu and his siblings left behind by Papa, I want you to take solace in the fact that Papa came to this world alone and he has left alone. This is the inexorable law of nature and we have to muster courage, strength and fortitude to accept the will of God as believers. Believers like Papa does not die, they only transit from mortality into immortality. I pray to God to bestow on all the beloved ones Papa left behind strength, energy and comfort needed during this period of Papa's demise. It is my prayer that God Almighty will give peace and tranquility to the departed soul of Papa.

The name of the Lord will be honored, souls will be brought into the kingdom of God through the celebration of life of Papa both before, during and after the funeral ceremony.

ADIEU!!! Pa Egbukole and Rest in Peace in the bosom of God in Jesus name. Amen.

Kehinde (Kenny) Fakolujo
DA Prayer Group
KSA
Posted by Emaeyak Etokeren on April 26, 2021
Our dad, Pa Max Egbukole was without a doubt a role model, mentor and lover of God and he will be greatly missed by my friend, Okey, his family and all lovers of good. I can tell this by the immaculate character of his son, my friend Okechukwu. The goodnews is that he fought a good fight, he finished his course and kept the faith. There is laid for him a crown of righteousness by our faithful Saviour, Jesus Christ.

The Lord continue to grant his family, the church, community and all of us who benefited from his quality life the fortitude to bear his loss in Jesus' Name.
Posted by chibuike amaechi on April 23, 2021
Daddy When I saw you first, I desired to have your kind of health when I grow old. You were so coordinated. We rejoice in the Lord knowing that You lived a long life with Christ Jesus in view. My Love increased the more with the testimonies my younger Sister Blessing Okechukwu Egbukole shared on how you and Mumy were so much in love with each other. You came to this World to put smiles on the face of every one around you. We believe that we will meet on the resurrection morning. I would have loved to see you in heaven with that your papa's cap you love putting on. Good Night Grandpa.

Mr and Mrs Chibuike Amaechi
Posted by Joy Ihejirika on April 22, 2021
Our dear Nda Mark, I join the family to thank God for the good life you lived. You were a good, unassuming, gentle, calm, kind and peace loving uncle. May your good soul continue to rest peacefully in God's bosom. You will be greatly missed.
Posted by CHIKE EKECHUKWU on April 20, 2021
Pa Mark ,You have gone to be with our creator after a fulfilled life . He was a mentor and gentleman per excellence remembering his days at Holy Ghost College treating everyone like his own kids. Indeed he has finished the race and passed the baton to Ma Abi and the seven soldiers of Christ and their children. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. May his soul rest in the bosom of the Lord and may God console and heal the family.
Posted by Deking Chinagorom on April 21, 2021
To the Egbukole’s, so sorry to hear this very sad news at a time like this. May the Lord comfort you and the entire family at this very trying moment and bring healing in the hearts of every family member. Please take heart.
Posted by Eby Nze on April 20, 2021
“Nda Mark” as fondly called.
What can I say, God knows best.
A very humble and unassuming man.
You have fought the good fight, you have finished the race, and you have kept the faith. Now awaits you, the crown of glory .
May your soul continue to rest in peace Amen
I pray God continue to console your wife, children and all those you left behind Amen 
Posted by CKA GLOBAL SERVICES on April 20, 2021
Papa you were an instructor, educationist per excellence. With the caliber of kids you trained and left behind, you will surely rest in perfect peace. You have done well during your life time. May the good Lord welcome you back home in peace. Go well sir.
Mr.& Mrs. Akujuobi Igwe
Posted by Onyi Ogugua on April 20, 2021
Pa Egbukole, may your soul continue to rest in the Lord. I was privileged to have met you during your visits to London. You delivered an inspirational father's day sermon on one of your visits to our church in Enfield. You were also a loving and supporting father in law to my friend Chinwendu, Bro Iheanyi's wife. You were that father in law that every wife wants to have. You will be greatly missed Papa. Go well Sir.
Posted by Deka Williams on April 19, 2021
May Eternal Rest be granted on your soul Sir.
Posted by Pst Dan Ukpabi on April 19, 2021
Okey my brother and classmate at FUTO ..sure know this a trying moment for you and your siblings..I pray our good God to make his grace abound with you and all yours.. it is well nwannem.. We stand with you..
Posted by Iheoma Odom on April 19, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY DAD'S BEST FRIEND

It took us time before we could pass the news of your demise to my dad Mr julius Odom, who was shocked and surprised and never believed you were gone till he called my aunt in egbu to confirm your demise, since my childhood you have been a true friend to my father cos I have always seen you in my house. You are a good man, meek and gentle, I remember the day I came to visit your home for the first time, you gisted me and told me things that have helped me grow academically, Rest in peace man of integrity, rest in peace great man till we meet on that glorious day.
Posted by Onugha Benny on April 19, 2021
I have known Sir Max from Cathedral since childhood, very close of my Dad (teachers). A humble and respectful gentle man. May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Ogu Solomon Sila on April 19, 2021
Tribute to God

In 1993 I got to meet Npa Maxwell Egbukole, in my year 1 at FUTO.
A gentle man to the core, that threated us as his sons. One culture I will never forget was the consistency of waking everyone by 6am everyday for morning devotion. It was a new lesson to me then.
A very consistent man that loves God both in good times and in challenging times. A role model for fatherhood.

Adieu Npa and rest in bosom our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Chigozie CHIKERE on April 19, 2021
Farewell, Sir Maxwell Benjamin Egbukole (KSC). May God's perpetual light continue to shine on you as you lie in wait in a calm and undisturbed repose. May it please our God and father of celestial lights whom you served to bring you back when He makes all things new. A time in the near future when all who have hoped in God will breath His warmth and purity. An endless time when wickedness will be in chains and swords rust forever.
Posted by Hon Zubby on April 19, 2021
It is a great shock to me when I received about ur demise. Indeed u show me what a God father look like when ever I came around to see u. Thank u for all ur good advice and motivational speech. U are a good man and will forever remain in my heart. Rest with the saints.
Posted by Aniebiet Peters Augustine on April 19, 2021
Farewell Daddy... 

Indeed you have a footprint on the Earth.

May your soul find rest in the bossom of Our father Abraham.

Amen.
Posted by McAndy Okwu on April 19, 2021
The very 1st "People's Warden" I got to know in my christian life.
I always picture his gentle and disciplined personality everytime (in 4years) that I adorned the robe as the Pastor's Warden of St George's (Ang) Church, Kano Diocese.
May his soul find eternal rest with our Lord, amen.
Posted by John Agoha on April 19, 2021
With heavy heart but total submission to the will of God we received the news of death of our belove father, uncle and teacher. You lived a fulfilled life with well nutured and successful children. How we wished you would have stayed longer to impact more in2 our lives. God is the giver and taker at will. No one can question Him. But be assured the your principles and philosophies ll be carried forever. We ll miss you greatly. Rest in the bossom of yr family. Fondly remembered by Circle Of Good Friends, Egbu chapter.
Posted by Chimdi Ejiogu on April 19, 2021
"Nda Mark" as we fondly called him growing up , is a man I always admired from my age distance. He had an amiable personality that commanded instant respect. Besides usually greeting him properly where ever I saw him I had just one close meeting with him in 2001. He sent a message that he wanted to come and see me and I responded by rather going to see him. The knowledge I gained from that meeting has been rewarding to me till date. Most importantly I am very happy that I fulfilled the only request he made of me that day.
Adieu Sir !
May Your Gentle Soul Rest in Perfect Peace.
Chimdi Ejiogu ksc.
Posted by Uzoma Akuneto on April 19, 2021
Daddy, you have lived a life worthy of emulation. A life that is examplary. A life full of goodness. Tht goodness can be seen in the lives of people that live after you... Thank you sir for your outstanding homework in raising five stars that will extend your discipline,goodness,godly values and all things that partains to God to the coming heralds after your immediate family... You are loved... You will forever live in our hearts... The flames of your love we will remember... For what you represent thank you for upholding justice... Farewell padre till we all meet at the presence of our Savior Jesus Christ. Amen.
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Posted by Ugochukwu Egbukole on March 8, 2022
It is now one year since your departure. We thank God for your legacy of peace and forthrightness.
Continue in your peaceful rest. Rest Easy Sir.
Posted by Nnaemeka Egbukole on March 8, 2022
As we mark the first year remeberance of Dad's passing, we thank God for his life journey here and the impact and the footprints he left behind. We are grateful to God as we celebrate his legacies and pray that he continues to rest in the bossom of the Lord. We love you and miss you dearly.
Posted by Joy Ihejirika on March 7, 2022
Wao! One year already. May your gentle soul continue to rest peacefully in God's bosom dear uncle. You will forever be missed. Rest on Sir.
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Shared by Benjamin Egbukole on April 18, 2021
Dad i am so saddened by your death. only if tears brings back the dead my tears would have brought you back to life.dad  it's still hard for me to believe u are gone it's so painful and sad but who are we to question God.i will forever miss u dad you were a loving and caring father.even in my next world i still pray to be your son.dad you were a dedicated christain that never comprised his faith in God a true definition of christain father. you were an upright, honest and kind hearted man.a lover of peace.dad you lived a good life worthy of emulation.your legacy and memories will live forever.dad you sacrificed and strived so much to raise the seveen of us your children.you and mum went  through alot in making us who we are today you trained everyone of us to up to university level with meager wages of teachers. being a  teacher you knew the values& importance of Education you were never detered by the challenges and difficulties encountered while training us.u were a disciplinarian a no nonse man.u taught us good morales you brought us up in a Godly way you impacted my life positively your training shaped my life and was d reason i never derailed even though we your children wished you lived longer to enjoy more d fruit of your labour but it pleased your creator to call you at this time and we cannot question him.our solace is that in are resting in the bossom of the almighty.we your children,grandchildren and loving wife you left behind will forever miss you rest in peace the best dad in the whole wide world from your loving son chijioke.