... 5 years!!! still loved, still remembered, still missed.
  • 74 years old
  • Born on July 28, 1939 .
  • Passed away on September 23, 2013 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and Friend, Oriaku Ogwo, 74, born on July 28, 1939 and passed away on September 23, 2013.

The funeral events have come and gone. Our thanks go out to you for the prayers, calls, visits, emails, gifts and presence at the various events in honour of our Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt, Teacher and Friend; Ezinne (Mrs) Oriaku Chinwe Ogwo.
God bless you!!!

 

Posted by Okey Ogwo on 22nd September 2018
Tomorrow, 23rd September, makes it five long years since you passed on. We remember you daily; tearful at our loss but joyful for heaven's gain.
Posted by Uchechi Ogwo on 14th May 2018
Dear mummy, we laid Nnenna to rest finally on saturday...it was a truly emotional day for us all most especially me. Memories of the day we laid you to rest came flooding back and i guess i couldn't handle it well. i always wish i could just have one more chance to say how much i love and cherish you as my mother but i know God wanted you home early .. Please give Nnenna a big hug from me! Love you always
Posted by Uchechi Ogwo on 14th May 2018
I miss u mummy!!
Posted by Chike Ogwo on 29th July 2017
We miss you so much mummy. Forever in our hearts
Posted by Uchechi Ogwo on 28th July 2017
Happy birthday mummy...love you till infinity!
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 28th July 2017
Mummy!!! Remembered today as always.
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 26th March 2017
Another Mother's Day. Memories !!!
Posted by Ugonma Nze-okonkwo on 27th September 2016
My aunty, unforgettable...You are in my heart forever.
Posted by Uchechi Ogwo on 23rd September 2016
Its been 3 years and still feels like yesterday. I wish I could have you around just for a little while longer...I miss you mummy.
Posted by Nnenna Ihebuzor on 23rd September 2016
Mummy forever in our hearts, there you will be. God keep your wonderful soul in His care.
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 23rd September 2016
Mummy!!! 3 years....still loved...still missed
Posted by Nnenna Ihebuzor on 29th July 2016
Dearest Mummy, forever in our hearts......
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 28th July 2016
Mummy like no other !!!
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 8th March 2016
Another Mothers' Day. We remember you.
Posted by Uchechi Ogwo on 16th December 2015
I miss u mom....
Posted by Uchechi Ogwo on 29th September 2015
Dear mummy, If there were no gates of pearl If there were no streets of gold If there was no other world And a land where we won't grow old I'm not thinking about those sights Won't be there to enjoy the view I think heaven will be alright As long as Your there, as long as there is You If I never hear an angel sing In a far off holy land If I never hear a joy bell ring Sing a chorus in a Christian band I'm not thinking about those sights Won't be there to enjoy the view I think heaven will be alright As long as Your there, as long as there is You I'm not thinking about the sights Won't be there to enjoy the view I think heaven will be alright Just as long as Your there, as long as there is You When we all get to heaven What a day of rejoicing that will be When we all see Jesus We will sing and shout the victory (Song written by Donnie McClurkin) .....I miss you daily mummy but i know you are having a blast in Heaven and i look forward to being reunited with you on Resurrection day. love always, Nnanna....
Posted by Nnenna Ihebuzor on 24th September 2015
Dearest Mummy forever in our hearts.....
Posted by Onwudiwe Uche on 23rd September 2015
May her gentle soul continue to rest in perfect - Amen! May your light continue to shine through the lives of those you left behind.....
Posted by Osy Ogbodo on 23rd September 2015
2 years already...how time flies!, yet still in our hearts; for a life well lived and memories too dear to forget. Thank you for coming along. Your indelible footsteps are still there on the sands of time. We miss you, but consoled with the fact that you're resting in the Lord's bosom. Keep resting mummy, till we meet again on the resurrection morning! #Thoughts
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 23rd September 2015
still missed ....
Posted by Mbafan Ezike on 28th July 2015
Dear Mama Ogwo, I never met you personally but I know your son Uchechi who is a beautiful reflection of your selflessness and being. You will make a lovely citizen of heaven. Rest in peace my Lady.
Posted by Nnenna Ihebuzor on 28th July 2015
Dear Mummy we remember your birthday today and pray for your continued rest in God's bosom. In our hearts today and always.....
Posted by Lovelyn Chikwendu on 28th July 2015
To our Super Mum: I am still wishing you a HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Because “Your coming to this life was a great gift to your children and all that encountered you. I therefore celebrate, my way of saying; we didn’t forget. you are forever in our heart and I know you are smiling down on us...
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 27th July 2015
Mummy, another birthday today. You are in our hearts: today and always.
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 23rd September 2014
Time sure flies! So it's been one year already! We join you all in remembering your Mom and our Aunty today. She was a very positive influence in our lives. She kept on reminding us to do the right thing always. May her memory forever be blessed. Amen.
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 22nd September 2014
One year!!! You are still in our hearts.
Posted by Noel Ihebuzor on 28th July 2014
Time passes and the memories remain. Sleep on, our dearest in-law.
Posted by Nnenna Ihebuzor on 28th July 2014
Dear Mummy we remember you today, as always, on your 75th birthday. May your gentle soul continue to rest with the Lord, Amen
Posted by Nnenna Ihebuzor on 28th July 2014
Dear Mummy we remember you today, as always, on your 75th birthday. May your gentle soul continue to rest with the Lord, Amen
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 28th July 2014
Happy Birthday!!! Still in our hearts today and always!
Posted by Uchechi Ogwo on 2nd June 2014
I WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL TO YOU MOM FOR THE LESSONS IN LIFE YOU TAUGHT ME...SO MUCH HAS HAPPENED SINCE YOU WENT TO BE WITH THE LORD, LOADS OF GOOD THINGS AND I KNOW YOU HAVE BEEN SMILING DOWN ON US ALL FROM HEAVEN...TAKE CARE MOM...LOVE YA ALWAYS.......
Posted by Uchechi Ogwo on 2nd June 2014
I WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL TO YOU MOM FOR THE LESSONS IN LIFE YOU TAUGHT ME...SO MUCH HAS HAPPENED SINCE YOU WENT TO BE WITH THE LORD, LOADS OF GOOD THINGS AND I KNOW YOU HAVE BEEN SMILING DOWN ON US ALL FROM HEAVEN...TAKE CARE MOM...LOVE YA ALWAYS.......
Posted by Okey Ogwo on 24th March 2014
Mummy!!! Six months already!!! Truly feels like it was just yesterday. You continue to live in our hearts.
Posted by Onwudiwe Uche on 6th January 2014
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace and may the candle which she has lit in the world shine brightly forever. IJEOMA, ka Chukwu nalu nmuo gi n'ndokwa - Amen.
Posted by Nago Efuribe on 20th December 2013
Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Yes,” says the Spirit, “they will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them.”
Posted by Chiege Kalu Okwara on 15th December 2013
Nnenna, Uncle and the entire family: Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this most difficult time. Auntie was such a wonderful and humble human being. May her soul rest in perfect peace. "Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow." (Author unknown)
Posted by Nomnso Dike on 8th December 2013
Dear Aunt Ori..... More like Grandma Ori to me. You have touched all our lives with the warmth you showed whenever we visited, the hugs you gave us whenever you saw us out in public and always asking about how we are faring. I tHank God I met you. May God grant your soul eternal rest and comfort your family..
Posted by Chioma Nwizu on 6th December 2013
Aunty Ori a special person, a well spoken intelligent lady.A no-nonsense lady, but also loving and welcoming. I remember going to her house as a child, there was always something to greet you with. And for me an avid reader , always a book to read or borrow. You could always be sure to have an intelligent conversation with her. I remember the last time I saw her was in January, while the African cup of nations was going on, we watched a few matches together and learned one or two things from her.She will be missed by us all. To my dear cousins, take comfort in knowing that she has gone to a better place. Rest in peace Aunty.
Posted by Benedict Agu on 5th December 2013
Mom Ori, I pray we all will still meet on the last day. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen
Posted by Victor Anoliefo on 4th December 2013
Oriaku Chinwe Ogwo...I may add, Odozi Ndu! Your virtues in the realm of motherhood are epitomised by the love enshrined in the children you raised as exemplified by their candour in the commemoration of your life in memoriam...rejoice in perfect harmony with the angels.
Posted by Men Of ISSACHAR Vision on 3rd December 2013
Though we never met you Ma, we could see your reflection in our friend and brother..Okey Ogwo; His love and commitment for the gospel of the kingdom. You are a great Mum! May your gentle soul rest in the bosom of the Lord."
Posted by Eddie Bobbie on 3rd December 2013
Continue to rest in peace. Heaven is full of joy having you there.
Posted by Ikechukwu Agu on 3rd December 2013
Mo'm Ori...Sleep well... I will NEVER forget you Aunty...
Posted by Edith Oyosoro on 2nd December 2013
A wise soul said ‘Once a mom, always a mom!’ It's so true…Moms never cease to be moms, not even in death. We’ll feel them in their many offspring; smell them in the scent of flowers; see them in God's beauty all around. We’ll continually hear their soft, gentle voices caution and urge us on. Mom Ogwo will ever remain a Dear Mom...even in death. Adieu Mom
Posted by Ebube Nwazota on 1st December 2013
Your legacies live through you children...may you find peace in the bossom of the lord. Gaa nke oma!
Posted by Chiazom Omeruah on 29th November 2013
Sweet gentle soul, rest in peace.
Posted by Noel Ihebuzor on 29th November 2013
To be forever missed is to be forever loved with a love that lives, breathes heaves and hopes It is to be forever loved by a love that grows, glows and radiates the love you planted a love that draws from the gifts of eternal beauty and solidity which you so generously and selflessly gave to all whose lives you touched and enriched
Posted by Noel Ihebuzor on 29th November 2013
News of the death of a loved and special one may weigh us down like lead, but beautiful memories of time spent together with that person warm us up, buoy us up and lift our spirits up in wonderful ways.
Posted by Noel Ihebuzor on 29th November 2013
The warmth of our individual recollections of time spent in your company erases any cold we may feel at your passage. Laa na udo, ezigbo ogom nwanyi!
Posted by Ayo Adene on 28th November 2013
Though we never met , I can see Mummy's outstanding character in her son Uche . Her influence lives on.

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