ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved Coach Moses. Please share your memories, thoughts, and photos. Your entries will help us create a memory book that will be a comfort to Stella, the children, and the family in the time ahead. Coach Moses will be forever in our hearts.  
Posted by Adeleke OLAOTI on February 26, 2021
Dear Moses! Even in death you are still loved&will be greatly missed.... You have touched the hearts of so many who owe you a lifetime of gratitude. We are not saying goodbye forever but goodbye for now.We pray you find peace&rest wherever you are...Amen
Posted by Ajibade Ogunmola on February 26, 2021
Dear Moses,

You were truly the definition of a gentleman, rest on....
Posted by Dr Uzo Oguine on February 24, 2021
Coach Moses, your demise is a painful one to all. You mentored us in our early days of our max business and happily celebrated our success whenever we rank advanced . Its only now that i m a leader that I really appreciate all you did for us then, bearing in mind that you werent my sponsor and we weren't in the same direct team. I remember apologizing to your wife at a time about my constant disturbance with my calls and questions. Thanks for all the midnight calls you answered, thanks for all the text messages you replied. Thanks for being Moses Okolie
Adieu Coach. 
Posted by Oyindamola Omolara on February 24, 2021
The demise of a selfless great leader and coach, oh, what a sad news.
I was privileged to share the same platform with you when I had my first Virtual Max Seminar (BOM) Presentation and I learnt so much from your professional style of presenting.
Oh, your transition to glory to be with the Lord and the angels from this world,, because it so early, by our own human reasoning, is so painful in our heart and we the Max family will forever miss you.
Adieu a great coach and leader.
Rest on gloriously Coach Moses!!!
Posted by Chinedu Louisa on February 24, 2021
Still like a dream you have gone to be with your creator Brother Moses. Am still in shock of the news till now. May God comfort your wife and Children
Rest in peace
Posted by Rhoda Francis on February 24, 2021
Coach Moses was a good man. He was selfless and kind. He wasn't just my coach, he did my job for me too.
I can't forget you in a hurry Sir. We have just lost an intelligent man who was so passionate about MAX.
May God grant us all the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. Rest on Coach!
Posted by Gloria Rufos on February 24, 2021
Death is a natural phenomenon that awaits everyone of us but Only God knows why He called you so early. You have impacted so many lives. The legacy you planted speaks voluminously good about you. Our spirit are highly wounded by the news of your demise. We pray to God to grant you eternal rest and to give us especially your family the fortitude to bear the loss! Adieu! Moses till we meet again in heaven!!
Posted by Onyechege Christopher on February 24, 2021
This is so devastating but with total submission to God Almighty.
Moses was my First Coach, friend and Mentor in Max. A Man with a Heart of a Diamond. Sincerely ready to teach and take the pain to help you understand what it takes to do the Max Business (didn't matter if you were in his team or not). He challenged me on many fronts, amongst which was His decision to restart His Business from the scratch with a Target and focus on what he believes. He made an absolute difference in my Max journey. Its so hard to say bye, I will personally miss you Sir, but God knows best.

May God give Stella and the kids the grace and strength to stand in this challenging times. Jesus is LORD!!! The LORD gives and takes even the finest!We are praying for you Ma. It is Well.

Pharm. Onyechege Christopher
Posted by Olufunmilayo Adegbite on February 24, 2021
Coach Moses, the news of your death was too shocking and devastating. You were such a gentle soul and always ready to render assistance. May the Holy Spirit comfort Stella, your children, all your loved ones including Max Family where you have left your footprints in gold. You will be sorely missed and never to be forgotten. Rest in peace super Coach!!!

Funmi Adegbite
Posted by Rose Bisong on February 23, 2021
Mr Moses I am short of words. Could these be y u have been ignoring me for some time now? U r the best thing that has ever happened to me. U r outstanding, humble, motivating, patient, encouraging, fatherly, friendly, accommodating, Mr Moses you have a good heart. Words are just not enough for me to express you. U shared max opportunity to me I became an associate and your friend too. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to know you and to be part of max international. Am glad I met you in my life time. I learnt so many things from you. Thanks for being there for me as a friend. Especially when i came to Lagos for my eye surgery. U virtually took care of me and my Mom. I am greatful. God bless you. I will forever miss you. You will forever remain in my heart. I pray the good Lord to give your wife and kids the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss. Eternal rest grant unto him o Lord. And let your perpetual light shine upon him. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace Amen!
Posted by kehinde mustapha on February 23, 2021
Max morning Coach Okole, I've never interact you before but the testimonies of your kindness and love towards others is unparralel. I interacted with Mrs. Okole once via our platform, she's such wonderful woman.!
We can't question God by to thank Him because He loves you more.
Rest in bossom of the LORD.
Posted by Yusuf Florence on February 23, 2021
Coach Moses, words can never be enough to speaks of ur support and good deeds to us as MAX Family.Ur death is devastating and makes me still doubting ur demise.I pray for a good heart for ur wife and children to bear d irreparable loss.We love u but God loves u than we do.R.I.P.
Posted by Yusuf Florence on February 23, 2021
Coach Moses, it takes time within me to believe u have left this world.I was chatting with u on Friday afternoon to ask for some business quide as usual. For I know u are always there for whoever in need of ur support. But to my surprise no response and it is never ur idea or habit. But to my surprise the bad news came in later in d night that Coach Moses is no more.Ha!!! Is like am Hallucinating or am in a dream.Coach Moses, u leave a path to go in MAX.U will forever be reminded. For u help anyone that come u way for help not minding d team .Adieu my special coach.
Posted by james osolu on February 23, 2021
It’s hard to comprehend how a man with such bright future exited so soon.
You always had analogies, you always had strategies out of every difficult situation. Not long ago you showed me a Masterplan you had designed to revive your business. You told me of another plan you had in the works.
With you there was always a plan for something big.. but I’m sure you never planned to leave us so soon. I’m sure there would have been a counter plan to prevent this if you knew..

We are hurting Moses, Max Nigeria is hurting. We miss you!! We miss your selflessness. We miss your smiles & your training voice. The voice that always ignited action. You have left a hole that will be hard to fill, but I know you’re in a happier place smiling down at your beautiful family knowing that everything will be alright. Rest peacefully brother. Your children will be a thousand times greater than your highest peak
Posted by Rebecca Bello on February 23, 2021
Even in death you're still loved and forever will be.You have touched the heart of so many who owe you a lifetime of gratitude. I am not saying goodbye forever but goodbye for now.I pray you find peace and rest wherever you are.You will be missed and forever remembered.
Posted by Enakeno Maxwell on February 23, 2021
You such an inspiration. I was a kid when you taught me my first survival lesson in life, which you did through an unexpected swimming adventure, also my first animal hunting experience was from you.

Growing up as a kid, I saw how commited you were in the things of God in my grandparent's local church.

You were one of those that assisted my Dad who happened to be your in-law to build Masac Nig. Ltd, Abis Oil, Coast Paper Company successfully. Your contribution to my daddy's businesses made him an outstanding successful business man.

You were my closest Uncle, you always gave room for me to be myself whenever I was around you, you never judged my weakness, but always strengthened me by your sincere and genuine wise counsel.

I was with you last two weeks, and while we got discussing you kept pouring great plans on the table, you shared your experience of managing Abis oil with me, I was so confident because you were full of life, the next day I was to take my leave, I walked close to you and informed you, you appreciated me for coming around, then just as I stepped close to the door I looked back, then you gave me a thumbs up, I never knew that was you saying goodbye.

Uncle Moses you will be missed, though your sudden transition to the other realm of life left a great vacuum in me, but one thing is certain, you may not have lived a long life, but you did live a full and purposeful life, I will forever be proud of you Uncle Moses. Your soul will continue to rest in the perfect peace of our Lord Jesus.



Posted by Sammy Maxwell on February 23, 2021
Uncle mo6 words can’t express the the hole u pierced into my heart,my heart bleeds blood,how can I forget how we grew up together as family,how u taught me how to swim,u taught me how to make money independently,u supported me with ur words of advice,my problem was urs,u took all of us as one big family,I can’t really believe am writing all dis for u Moses,rest in peace brother,we shall meet not to part no more,we love u but God loves u more
Posted by Victor Ben on February 23, 2021
From the moment I received this shocking news, tears have not actually allowed me to look at my screen steadily. Not to talk of typing. But I have to put myself together.

We have lost a GENERAL in Max family. Especially Max Nigeria.
My heart is heavy. I cannot articulate this. But God knows it all.

My brother Moses, GOODNIGHT !!!
Posted by Emmanuel Ekott on February 22, 2021
Am so indebted to you, who I'm today in presentation is because of you, the sacrifice you took to train me, I can't believe we spoke early this year and now you are no more, where are you going to? for all the advice and encouragement am grateful, for sharing same bed with me and not looking down on me am grateful, for sharing same plate of food with me am grateful. Good night my mentor, my father, my coach and my confidant. Coach Moses lives on forever.
You are king and you have conquer territories
Posted by Ruth Ishaku on February 22, 2021
What a great lost in max international company 
coach Moses you memories are Blessed and remain Blessed I remembered in lagos when coordinated our step to silver I saw the kind of great virtues of leadership in you that motivate me and keep me keeping on in max till date may your soul rest in perfect peace chai is difficult
to believe that you have gone coach Moses but God is Great may God comfort the family and Max family.
Posted by Adedeji Oyediran on February 22, 2021
This life!
You came, you saw and you conquered. Many saw you as a great couch, many as teacher, I saw you a great mentor and as friend. I wish the rest the family great fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss. Aduei fed. RIP Couch Moses!
Posted by Mary Lawani on February 21, 2021
To live in our heart as your lovely family is a consolation that you are not dead, but transited to eternal rest where peace cannot be interpreted. We are joyful because we will meet to part no more on that glorious morning. We will forever miss you coach moses
Prettymary
Posted by anthony senior on February 21, 2021
My dear friend and motivator, I am still shocked about your sudden departure to the place of no-death. The first day I met you at Awka, I was highly impressed by your simplicity, humility, sincerity, cheerfulness and maturity. And these made me to join the great family of Max International. You saw a lot of potentials in me; which made you to give all you could to see that Awka zone stands.
The little experience I had with you portrayed you as a well balanced being, an impeccable teacher, a great motivator , an understanding husband, a wonderful, very respectful and very confident. How I wish you are still mortal, for us to terminate our unfinished discussion on WhatsApp.
Moses, You saw road where others see blockade. You saw possibilities when others see impossibilities. You saw success when others see failure. You saw roses where others see dry land. You found energy when others are tired. An Infatigable and focused leader. Ohh! Amid all these, death was still able to apprehend you. Why do you such?
But, as I lift up my head and look farther, I see that you have conquered death and have invested on immortality. what a paradoxe! 
Then, looking beside me, I see your lovely wife, children and friends. But, what shall we do now? We are consoled because God loves you more; and you live now to die no more. Rest In Peace my brother! Que ton âme repose en paix ! Requiescat in pace! Ripose in pace!

Fr. Joachim
Posted by Gideon Peter on February 21, 2021
In death as in life I love you big brother! Your legacy lives on.

Gideon Peter.
Posted by Qweque Nyamekre on February 21, 2021
Coach Moses, had been an amazing friend, a teacher and a mentor me particularly. Several occasions I've walked up to him and ask how do I succeed with my Max business and he'll sit me down and train me on many aspects and facets of the Max opportunity. 
I remember vividly the last time we presented together at the Max HQ after the Lockdown was eased last November. We were quite few and after the products presentation, he decided to train us on certain aspects. He was a great teacher.
I'll definitely miss him so very much .
Adio...Coach Moses....I'm gonna miss you and that's for sure.
RIP.
Posted by Ngozi Davidson on February 21, 2021
The news of your death knocked me off balance, the few moments I spent around you encouraged me to consolidate on my business sense and hold unto my integrity. Moses was indeed a coach and a teacher per excellence, dear God i pray you console Stella and the children, give them the fortitude to bear this great loss till the resurrection morning
Posted by Emma Ikibe on February 21, 2021
I didn't have the privilege to meet with Coach Moses Okole in person but I heard so much about him. He was described as a humble person and a very good coach. It pained me more when I knew we were of same tribe and I was hoping to meet him one day. I really will miss him just as everybody will. I pray GOD ALMIGHTY to console and provide for the wife and children. Amen!
Posted by Kenn SN on February 21, 2021
First time I met Moses at one of the max international seminar in Ikeja 2019 I was impressed by the way he welcomed me and introduced me to the business was a fab experience he is a great guy, he takes everybody as one family he love seeing people succeed I will in particular miss him greatly my sincere condolences to his young family and friends I pray that may the good God gives them the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable lost. Adieu Brother Moses.
Posted by Kennedy Adejo on February 21, 2021
May God console the young family he left behind and grant them the fortitude to bear the lost and may his soul rest in peace. Amen
Posted by Anne Turnbull on February 21, 2021
Moses was a devoted husband to Stella and loving father to Joshua, Marvellous and Daniel. He was one of my greatest friends and someone I always looked forward to learning from. One of the founding Associates in Max Nigeria, Moses blazed many trails and showed us that obstacles could be overcome. He was an inspiring speaker, trainer, and team leader and passionately committed to his family and his Max business. He took me by the hand when I first started coming to Nigeria and helped me feel so comfortable. We had many road trips, trainings, presentations, and long talks together. He was like my brother. I will miss him terribly and our Max Family will never be the same without him. We ask for your prayers and support for Stella, their children, and the family at this very difficult time.

Rest in Peace my sweet brother 
With love & sorrow
Anne Turnbull

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Posted by Adeleke OLAOTI on February 26, 2021
Dear Moses! Even in death you are still loved&will be greatly missed.... You have touched the hearts of so many who owe you a lifetime of gratitude. We are not saying goodbye forever but goodbye for now.We pray you find peace&rest wherever you are...Amen
Posted by Ajibade Ogunmola on February 26, 2021
Dear Moses,

You were truly the definition of a gentleman, rest on....
Posted by Dr Uzo Oguine on February 24, 2021
Coach Moses, your demise is a painful one to all. You mentored us in our early days of our max business and happily celebrated our success whenever we rank advanced . Its only now that i m a leader that I really appreciate all you did for us then, bearing in mind that you werent my sponsor and we weren't in the same direct team. I remember apologizing to your wife at a time about my constant disturbance with my calls and questions. Thanks for all the midnight calls you answered, thanks for all the text messages you replied. Thanks for being Moses Okolie
Adieu Coach. 
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A humble man to the core

Shared by Temitope Badmus on February 23, 2021
Coach Moses!!! I still find it very hard to imagine that that you are no more.......Your impact is still creating a lot of waves. I remember vividly a day we were in desperate need of someone to close the presentation at the Max head office, I stepped out of the hall and saw you right infront of the reception. You were at the office for something else entirely but without any hesitation you agreed to help out and you did an amazing closing this very day.

Thanks for all you have done Coach. I pray that your gentle soul rest in peace.

May God grant your wife, children and your entire family the fortitude to bear the loss.

Coach Mo!!

Shared by Lillian Adegbola on February 21, 2021
Moses Okole!! I’ve been waiting for someone to tell me that this is a cruel joke yet everything is confirming the fact that you are no more with us. 
Moses!! Moses!! Coach Mo as I fondly call you!! My friend, my brother, my coach, my mentor, my confidant in Max!! I am so heartbroken at this terrible news of your demise. 
You were a devoted husband to Stella and wonderful, loving father to Joshua, Marvellous and Daniel, an amazing son to your parents whom you loved and cared so much for.
Moses!! Moses!! Coach Mo!! I haven’t cried so much since my dad died over 20 years ago!! 
My dearest friend and brother Moses!! You took me by the hand when I first joined Max International, introduced to you by Sherry Werner, and though I wasn’t in your team, you selflessly taught me and my growing team. 
You travelled to Owerri and various places in the East, at your own expense to train us and help us grow!! Like many people in Max, I dragged you to all sorts of places for meetings, presentations and trainings. As long as Stella was ok with it, you would come and help us.
You took out time whenever you were in Owerri to visit my aged mother and tosee my brother and his family. They are heartbroken. 
You were always glad to help anyone in Max who needed help - anytime, anywhere as long as you could be of help. You helped me a lot in starting up Max Lekki and in building a strong and successful Max business. Our entire Max team is devastated!!
You were one of my greatest friends. As one of the founding Associates in Max Nigeria, Always cool and ever-smiling, you were a complete Professional, an inspiring speaker, trainer, servant- leader and passionately committed to all whom you served with humility and integrity. You chose to suffer loss rather than to compromise your soul. 
I will miss you terribly. Our Max Family will never be the same without you. 
My only consolation is that you passionately loved and served Jesus Christ and spread the fragrance of His love, kindness and integrity wherever you went. You are now with the Lord whom you so deeply loved.
Until we meet to part no more Coach Mo, may God comfort and strengthen all of us who knew and loved you especially Stella, the children, your parents and entire family. As an Angel, you were with us briefly and are now returned home.
You were everything good a person could be. Rest in Peace my sweet and awesome friend and brother.
With much love & deep sorrow. Coach-Coach, as you would often call me

I will miss your simplicity

Shared by Uche Malachy on February 21, 2021
I met coach moses for the first early this year that was after many times of communicating via watsapp and calls, infact it was very powerful, within some hours of discussion he was able to ignite fire for my max business again. And we all had plans of how to help me get to bronze and move on  and on .After some time i called to know how far about our discussion only to be told he underwent a corrective surgery that was on February 2 ,that if he recovers well we shall continue with our plans .Only to receive the most shocking and sad news of his departure last week. I will his simple,humble and selfless lifestyles .we love him but God loves him.moat .I pray God will comfort and take care of his family and all max family. Rest on coach,mentor , friend and brother .we shall meet to that no more someday.