ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Elder Mrs. Elesie Ukanwa Precious Kalu Nee Echeme Emole, 47, born on July 27, 1966 and passed away on January 9, 2014. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Onyekachi Otisi on July 28, 2020
Elesie, I miss you so much. Continue to rest in God's bosom.
Posted by Chinyere Emole on July 27, 2020
Precious you’re forever in our heart and mind. Happy birthday in heaven!
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on July 27, 2020
Happy birthday!!!!
Posted by Uche Uchendu on July 27, 2020
Happy Birthday, Sister!! You are very much missed. Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Uche Uchendu on January 15, 2020
i love you, Sis!!!!
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on January 14, 2020
Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Nwanna Ugah on January 10, 2020
Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Ifeoma Onuoha on January 9, 2020
Time flies. I can't believe it's 6 years already, it seems like yesterday, it does not get any easier. May your soul continue to rest in perfect peace.

Ifeoma Onuoha (nee Emole)
Posted by Chinyere Emole on January 9, 2020
Elesie today and always you forever live in our heart and mind. Rest on in perfect peace in the bosom of our Lord.
Posted by Nina Uloaku Ikwan on July 27, 2019
So good to know you are resting in the Lord. We all love and miss you.
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on July 27, 2019
Happy birthday!!!
Posted by Uche Uchendu on January 9, 2019
Rest in Peace, Sister!!!
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on January 9, 2019
Rest in Peace. I am definitely thinking of you today.
Posted by Ifeoma Onuoha on January 9, 2019
Elesco, I continue to miss you. May your soul continue to rest in perfect peace. God knows best.
Ifeoma Onuoha (nee Emole)
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on July 27, 2018
Happy birthday!!!
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on January 9, 2018
I love you auntie.
Posted by Uche Uchendu on January 9, 2018
Rest in Peace! I love you.
Posted by Chinyere Emole on January 9, 2018
Gone too soon! You'll forever live in our hearts. Continue to rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Uka Onwuka on July 27, 2017
Precious, we miss you but our consolation lies on the fact that you are resting in the bosom of your Maker. Sleep on Gentle soul.
Posted by Uche Uchendu on January 29, 2017
Precious , you are surly missed...it still hurts so much.
Posted by Chinyere Emole on January 10, 2017
Already 3 years with the Lord! You are forever in our hearts and minds. No more pain or suffering just peace! Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Ure Johnson on January 9, 2017
Wow, I can't believe it is already 3 years.My beloved sister, your memory will ever remain fresh in our hearts. Indeed you forever be remembered. We love you but God loves best & continue to rest in Him.
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on January 9, 2017
Good Morning Auntie,

It has been three years since you passed away. The positive impact you left in my life will last forever. RIP.

Love Kele
Posted by Ifeoma Onuoha on January 9, 2017
Elesco, May your soul continue to rest in perfect peace. You are missed but I take consolation that you are resting in God's bossom.

Ifeoma Onuoha(nee Emole)
Posted by Ifeoma Onuoha on July 28, 2016
Elesco, you are still being missed tremendously; continue to rest in perfect peace in the loving hands of God.
Posted by Uche Uchendu on July 27, 2016
Precious, time has certainly not healed the pain from your departure. You left a void that cannot be filled. Continue to rest in the hands of Jesus. I love you.
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on July 27, 2016
Happy birthday! I love you so much!
Posted by Onyekachi Otisi on July 27, 2016
Beloved Sister,
I always remember our conversation about when you would turn 50yrs! I give God all the glory for your life. He knows.... It's still a struggle with reality. Continue to celebrate in heaven.
Love always
Posted by Ishaku Pam on January 11, 2016
Elesie, continue to rest in peace. We remember you with much love. You left an indelible mark even as a youngster in Fed Gov College, Jos, Nigeria. You will never be forgotten.
Dr Ishaku Pam FRCP
Headboy FGCJ 1979-1980
Posted by Ifeoma Onuoha on January 9, 2016
Elesco, may your soul continue to rest in perfect peace. You will forever be missed.

Ifeoma Onuoha (nee Emole)
Posted by Chinyere Emole on January 9, 2016
Gone for two years. Our hearts are absolutely broken. You are forever missed. The gaping hole you left in our hearts can't be filled by another. Continue to rest in perfect peace with the Lord.
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on January 9, 2016
I cannot believe that it has been two years. Continue to rest in peace. You will always be in my heart.
Posted by Ngozi Emole on January 9, 2016
Elele-Mama! Continue to rest in the bosom of your creator. Its difficult to say Good-Bye till the Resurrection Morning.
Posted by Uche Uchendu on January 9, 2016
Continue to rest in peace, Precious!
Posted by Chioma Mang on July 27, 2015
Elesieuwanma, your candle will never dim, you will forever be lovingly in our hearts. continue to rest in the bosom o the Lord Almighty.RIP
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on July 27, 2015
Happy birthday Auntie!
Posted by Ifeoma Onuoha on July 27, 2015
Elesco, you will be forever missed. May you continue to rest in perfect peace.

From Ifeoma Onuoha(nee Emole)
Posted by Chinyere Emole on July 27, 2015
"So when my latest breath
Breaks through the veil of pain,
By death I shall escape from death,
And life eternal gain.
That resurrection word,
That shout of victory:
Once more, “Forever with the Lord!”
Amen, so let it be!

Forever with the Lord, Amen so let it be!
Taken away too soon but God knows best. Continue to rest in perfect peace in the bosom of the Lord. Happy birthday dearest Ma-ma.
Posted by Chinyere Emole on January 11, 2015
In Memory of Elesie (Precious) by Charlene Heinl and Lisa Burke

There are no more tears in Heaven,
  so I have left behind
  these little teardrops
  to lovingly remind
though absent form the body,
  I'm present with the Lord,
  the joy of my salvation
  is now my full reward.
And just as God has promised
  He's wiped my tears away
  and nothing can compare to
  the wonder of that day.
So wear this (a tear drop silver necklace) in my memory
  and know that up above
  there are no tears in Heaven.
Instead there's only Love
Posted by Mercy Nnanna on January 10, 2015
It is just amazing how time flies.My dear friend Elesie ,you'll remain fresh in my memory because it was always refreshing when ever we talked.May you continue to rest with our Father in Heaven.Our good Lord knows that you accomplished all He sent you down to do..May your husband Dr.Kalu Ndukwe ,your daughter Renee your big sister Ure,mom and your entire family, friends and your Christian groups take comfort in our Almighty for you are resting in perfect peace. The peace that the world cannot give.Love Always ( Mrs.Mercy Nnanna )
Posted by Gela Emeruom-Mbagwu on January 10, 2015
I can't believe its been a year already. Elesie, we will forever miss you. May your soul continue to rest in perfect peace
Posted by Chidinma Eziyi on January 9, 2015
My dear sister may the good Lord keep your candle light on in your spirit as those that die in the Lord are only resting in peace till the glorious
morning to meet with our precious savior and father.
Your presence will always remain with those who knew you and your works lives on Blessings.

Evangelist
Chidinma Eziyi
Posted by Ngozi Emole on January 9, 2015
Elele-Mama! Its one year gone. Echeme Emole family would always celebrate Big Sis.Ure's Birthday and your demise same day. Reality set in last year December when you didn't wish me a happy birthday. Sleep on till we meet on the resurrection morning -AMEN. Beefy.
Posted by Onyekachi Otisi on January 9, 2015
My beloved Sister,
We miss you so much! It's still very hard to accept reality! We remember you everyday. Surrendered to His Will, all I can say is - sleep on beloved! Continue with your well deserved rest. We will always love you!
Onyekachi
Posted by Onwuka Uchendu on January 9, 2015
Precious (Elesie), we will forever miss you. May your soul continue to rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Ifeoma Onuoha on January 9, 2015
I can't believe its been a year already. I miss your calls. You were great at keeping in touch. I take solace that you are finally at peace. May you continue to rest in perfect peace in the Lord's bosom. From Ifeoma Onuoha (nee Emole)
Posted by Uche Uchendu on January 9, 2015
Precious! It is indeed a year today. I remember you every single day and thank God you are at peace now. Continue to rest lovingly in God's hands. I love you very much.
Posted by Chinyere Emole on January 9, 2015
Precious today marks the one year anniversary of your passing to glory. We miss you dearly. Our hearts are broken and the void you left can never be filled. We submit to the will of God who ultimately knows best. We are assured that you are at peace and resting in the bosom of the Lord. Sleep on dear sister till we meet again to part no more.
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on January 9, 2015
Hello Aunty! This time during this year was the hardest time of my life. I missed you calling me for Christmas and New Years. Rest lovingly in the hands of the lord. I will try not to cry tears today and I will be strong because you are in a better place.
Posted by Uche Uchendu on December 24, 2014
Precious Sister,
It has been very difficult without you. I miss you so much. This is the first Christmas without you. It is hard to accept the fact that I will not get your call on Christmas morning. Continue to rest lovingly in God's hands. Amen!
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Posted by Onyekachi Otisi on July 28, 2020
Elesie, I miss you so much. Continue to rest in God's bosom.
Posted by Chinyere Emole on July 27, 2020
Precious you’re forever in our heart and mind. Happy birthday in heaven!
Posted by Kelechi Uchendu on July 27, 2020
Happy birthday!!!!
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A dear Friend

Shared by Patrick Okolo on June 23, 2017

Riding on a train today, I thought about my oldest core of friends. I had not kept up with one of them- the brightest and most vocal of my childhood friends. A google search started with the hope of sending a much belated goodwill message brought me to this page.

Eke sie- how sad for me that I never reached out to say hello, never had the pleasure of meeting your family. Now you at peace with God.


You were special! Even as a young child, you stood out with kindness, confidence and those bright eyes. I close my mind's eye and I remember our childhood like it was yesterday. You were special and I know God will grant you eternal rest. May your soul Rest In Peace! So terribly belated - Biko accept my deepest and most profound sympathy.

Elesie The Mighty Woman Of God

Shared by Chinyere Emole on February 11, 2014

 

But the path of the righteous is like the shining light

That shines ever brighter unto the perfect day. Prov. 4:18

 

Elesie, the woman on a mission filled and refilled with passion for the Lord and the word of God. She was filled with ever ready excitement to share revelations of power in the word of God and the testimonies of the goodness and faithfulness of God. She was the evangelist faithfully passing on daily meditations.

We watched the scroll of the Lord unfold before us displaying the Advance Warrior Mission life of Elesie. She held on the right hand of the LORD all throughout. She stayed passionate even in a desert place. We watched her emerge from the wilderness with a contagious smile again and again and we thanked God with her.

We gripped our seats and held our breath when the storm swept her under the waters.  The calm looking waters stared back at us. Then Elesie would emerge still praising the LORD and filled with His testimonies. It was like watching the covenant of the LORD with day and night. The night rolls off and the light rolls in. Blessed be our God.

We watched her molded and refined in her walk with the LORD her God. In Elesie we saw a journey with the Lord carrying the cross humbly and firmly, through fiery and slippery terrain. We were often perplexed.

What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? Rom 8:31

Because death and sin were defeated on the cross at Calvary, as she strode boldly carrying her cross she paraded her victory over death in every step. Faith and 

strength manifested in Elesie when she was stretched. Joy bubbled to the surface just when it felt like she is sunk. For the walk with her cross she drew down anointing wherever she went and ministered.

Elesie walked pleasing the Lord and ignored distractions of well meaning words and counsel. She fixed her eyes on Jesus for the joy set before her and did not lose heart. We watched her but did not know her and her identity as only her Lord and Master Jesus does. Our expectation was different from the way of her Lord.

Elesie, life of a powerful testimony to the glory of the Lord, has joined the great cloud of witnesses, with her broad smile, to watch and cheer us on to throw off what hinders perseverance in the race marked out for us. When weary let us fix our eyes on Jesus like Elesie did.

Elesie, you have fought the good fight of faith, enter the glory for the crown.

Yes, Elesie we will remember you with prayers on our lips and recall your loud rendition of Hallelujahs….

Renee, please bless the Lord everyday for the rock from which you were hewn; the rock for a great purpose and legacy of the Lord, Elesie.

Elesie, we saw in you a well orchestrated journey of a warrior woman of the Lord, a soldier in the forward advance regiment of the Kingdom. We celebrate your life lived and accomplished in the Lord. We celebrate the victory of the cross. We celebrate the Lord who blessed us with you. We celebrate the life that shines brighter into a perfect day…

Be Thou my vision o Lord of my heart,

Naught be all else to me, save that Thou art-

Thou my best thought, by day or by night,

Walking or sleeping, Thy presence my light…

High King of heaven, after victory won, Still be my Vision, O Ruler of all…


Aunty Willy (Prof Wilhelmina Kalu)

Tribute To My Sister

Shared by Chinyere Emole on February 11, 2014

Death comes. It comes to each family each person and is a part of the cycle. We expect it when our family members are old and infirm and have lived many decades. We know that one day our time will come. It takes much soul searching to accept it when death comes totally unexpected.   Elesie, I can’t believe that you are gone. It grieves my heart that you left without saying goodbye. Though I grieve and mourn every day, one thing that gladdens my heart is that you have gone to be with the Lord. Sleep on Elesie my beloved till we meet to part no more on the resurrection day. I will forever miss you.       

Mrs Nnenna Agwu Abai Otah.