Sister Ngozi, your memory and legacy will be with us forever!
  • 42 years old
  • Born on May 6, 1971 .
  • Passed away on January 2, 2014 in Sugar Land, Texas, United States.

This memorial website was created on behalf of:
The Master's Vessel Ministry Inc.
10119 Belknap Road,
Sugar Land, TX 77498

in memory of our beloved one, our Sister-In-Christ, 

Mrs. Jennifer Ngozi Uzoka

  Born on May 6, 1971; passed away on January 2, 2014.

M.V.M. misses you dearly, but we are encouraged knowing you are in heaven, with our Father. We love you and will
always carry you and your legacy in our hearts forever,
until we meet again to part no more!

Rest In Peace!!!  



Venue: All Saints Community Hall
13403 Renn Rd, Houston, TX 77083
Date: January 31, 2014
Time: 9pm prompt


 Venue: The Master’s Vessel Ministry Inc.
10119 Belknap Rd, Sugar land, TX 77498
Date: February 1, 2014
Time: 2p – 4pm


  "To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance" (Ecclesiastes 3:1-4 KJV)

"Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted" (Matthew 5:4 KJV).

 "But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength..." (Isaiah 40:31a NIV).

  "The sufferings we have now are nothing compared to the great glory that will be shown to us" (Romans 8:18 NCV).

"Then I heard a voice from heaven saying, “Write this: Blessed are the dead who die from now on in the Lord.” The Spirit says, “Yes, they will rest from their hard work, and the reward of all they have done stays with them” (Revelation 14:13 NCV).

"He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former  things have passed away” (Revelation 14:13 NCV).



Posted by Kelechi Edozie on February 3, 2014
Sister Ngoo, you are like a big sister to me here in Houston. Ever since I met you, you have been caring and taking care of me, you were every where in my wedding, you and your entire family also went to Dallas with me for my brothers wedding even though I gave you a short notice, very few people can do that. A humble and gentle soul you are., you were with me few months ago when I had my last baby, I remeber how you dressed my baby up and helped me pack my stuff the day I was discharged. All the baby creame and toiletries am using for the baby now you bought it. Even the soup you cooked for me is still in my freezer. You always checked on me even when I dont return your calls, you still humbly called me. I have really learnt a lot from you and am working hard to follow your foot steps by God's grace. You were always ready to listen to my problems and will always pray with me. The vaccum you created, no one can fill it. Though it pained me that you died but our consolation is in the hope of haeven. I know the Lord will pay you back indeed the way you deserve, he will keep your family and will ever smile on them the way you did for others. By his grace we will serve the Lord with our time and resources just like you did and will meet you again to part no more. ADIEU!!!! BIG SISTER
Posted by Amaka Uzuegbunam on January 30, 2014
NG, my angel, my sunshine that dispels darkness. My one in a million. Is this a hopeless dream or what? I called you on that day at 10.49am while driving to work to check up on you. We talked, laughed and prayed. I told you how we spent the Christmas at Chimdi, s house eith your family and how the boys love and missed you due to your vacation in Nigeria. NG, You sounded so strong. I enjoyed every bit of our conversation and told you how we love you; not knowing it will be our last discussion. You are our cream. You made so many things empty. Who can fill your spot? You love God and man with all your heart.You preach Jesus by your deeds. You are the center of all attractions.You contributes 80% of fun any time we gather. The last time I felt pain was when I lost my precious mother in 2008. You brought the 2nd pain to me on January 02, 2014. I refuse to say goodbye because God can still raise you up; but if it didn happen, He's still God. Let's keep waiting and watching.
Posted by Andrew Ikele on January 29, 2014
Woman of God: I just learnt about your transition to glory through deaconess Esther. I remembered how you risked your RN license at memorial Hermann hospital sw back in 2003 to save my late mom's life!!! You loved God with all your heart!!!Served him in numerous capacities in the church, sang in it! Oga fidelis your husband is a very humble man that I looked up unto during my early days in Houston. I had planned to physically testify about your work on my mother who now went to be with the lord- 01/27/2014!!! Am sure you'll meet each other in heaven!! Ikele's family will miss you!!! ADIEU Andrew,chichi,& Angel Ikele. 832-921-2281

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