1st year anniversary takes place on Saturday, 11 February 2012, at 252, Murtala Muhammed Way, Yaba, Lagos from 5 to 9pm. We would be honored to have you there. God bless you!
  • 83 years old
  • Born on July 22, 1927 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on February 11, 2011 in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Osoka O. Imo 83 years old, born on July 22, 1927 and passed away on February 11, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Chima Ejimofor on 10th February 2018
It's Seven years already! I used to think my Dad would live to over 100 just like his Dad. When Mom passed before him however, the difference was so clear! Today I choose to celebrate every memory of Osoka Okeudo and Annie Anyagwo IMO. They lived, loved and died in Jesus. #blessedmemories #bestdadinthewholeworld
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 10th February 2017
Seasons come and seasons go, but the love and values Dad shared with us remain. May God help us to love and care as he did.
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 21st July 2016
Today would have been Dad's 89th birthday. I thought about him yesterday when someone shared something he could have said. The person said those who have to announce to everyone that they are born again, probably aren't. Dad always believed that if you are the genuine article, it will show. Today I thank God that Dad taught us to live true from the inside out.
Posted by Chima Ejimofor on 20th July 2016
In Heaven do they celebrate birthdays? We are limited to times and seasons on earth, so "Happy Birthday Dearest Daddy"! As always, I thank God for the gift of having you as my Father. Many hugs and kisses for you and Mom! Your memory is blessed always. Fondly remembered by all who had the privilege of knowing you!
Posted by Kayode Tani-Olu on 11th February 2016
Rest in peace Sir!
Posted by Abigail O. Imo on 10th February 2016
Five years, gone so quickly. You will always have a special place in my heart, I miss eeee Funmi,and all our lovely conversations.
Posted by ONYEKWO OSONDU EMERAKU on 10th February 2016
Dee Osoka I missed your calls. Shalom.
Posted by Chima Ejimofor on 22nd July 2015
The memory of the righteous is blessed! Dear God please help us to reflect on our Dad's life and remember that nothing is worth losing family unity and love! May we have the courage to pursue peace and drop all grudges, in Jesus name, amen!
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 21st July 2015
Dad would have been 88 today but thank you Lord that he is in a place where time no longer exists. A place where ...God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away.”” ‭‭Revelation‬ ‭21:4‬ ‭NKJV‬‬
Posted by ONYEKWO OSONDU EMERAKU on 10th February 2015
The memory of the righteous is blessed. Dee Osoka I missed your humours,stories and phone calls asking why you have not seen me. YOUR GRAVE IS IN OUR HEART, SHALOM.
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 10th February 2015
Four years on. Still cherishing every memory. To God be the glory!
Posted by Chima Ejimofor on 10th February 2014
Beloved Daddy, your memory is blessed. I deeply appreciate God for making me your child. I now know the secret of your strength is Christ in you. Remain Special!
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 10th February 2014
Today as always, we remember the life of our dad. His footprints remain indelible in us. To God be all the glory!
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 21st July 2013
Always in our hearts and on our minds...
Posted by Ike Imo on 21st July 2013
Daddy would have been 86 today. What a nice man he was! Pleasant, witty, farsighted, humble, loyal, long suffering, kind, extremely intelligent and shrewd but also forgiving and incapable of bearing a grudge. May the Lord preserve your legacy in me in Jesus Name. Amen.
Posted by Abigail O. Imo on 10th February 2013
The path that Grandad walked was shown with no regrets. I also cherish the little time that I got given to seeing my Grandad before he passed on. ~Jemie Imo
Posted by Abigail O. Imo on 10th February 2013
Two years already daddy, you may be gone but but your legacy lives on through your loved ones. I remember that smile and "eee Funmi" you would say with such cheerfulness. I will always remember you.
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 10th February 2013
Unconditional love. That's the love our parents showed to us. As we remember our Dad today, two years later, his memory remains blessed. Till we meet to part no more in Christ..
Posted by Chima Ejimofor on 10th February 2013
It's 2 years already! Today I wore a t shirt Dad gave me to the stadium and announced to those who still have Daddy's to take special care of them while they still have the time. Continue to rest in peace Daddy dearest.
Posted by Oriaku Oyet-ile on 10th February 2013
Dear Daddy, Wow! Another year already!!! Your descendants are all hale and hearty. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. You will forever be remembered. You are in our hearts always.
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 22nd July 2012
Amazing grace, how sweet the sound... I thank God on every remembrance of Daddy. A very special man. As blunt as he was honest. I love and miss my Dad.
Posted by Ike Imo on 21st July 2012
"Naboth said to Ahab. The Lord forbid that I should give the inheritance of my fathers to you". 1 Kings 21 v. 3. On this day that would have been my Dad's 85th birthday, I solemnly vow not to abandon the Godly principles that he left behind for me as my inheritance. I am proud to be his heir.
Posted by Anne Evans on 5th July 2012
I do remember your dad! We called him Uncle Imo & looked forward to seeing him if my parents hosted Item Dev. Union meetings at our place in Lagos. I remember his sense of humour, e.g. once when people were discussing careers & he said his wife's career was 'Mrs Imo'. It's the way he said it with a mischievous smile. :-) Lovely man & entirely lovely family. Anne (nee Anaeme).
Posted by Chris Ogali on 10th February 2012
May the Almighty God grant eternal rest to Dede Osoka as He rests in the bossom of the Lord. Dede fought a good fight , touching all whom the Lord brought his way, ( relations , friends, and even total strangers) Surely a crown of righteousness is , his Hallelujah!
Posted by Wale Okunato on 10th February 2012
"Daddy, though I never meet you, I call you Daddy because I can see your exceptional handwork of enduring virtue, kindness, hope, love and faith in your daughter (Sis. Ugonma Adiukwu). We remember you today for your long lasting legacy. Hope to see you at the marriage super of the LORD.
Posted by Ike Imo on 10th February 2012
Daddy! What can I say? The longer I live, the more I appreciate you. Warm, generous, kind, quick tempered but never one to bear a grudge. Loyal. Absolutely loyal. Carried his invalid wife by himself many times without complaint. Could I do the same if need be? Doubtful, extremely doubtful. I love you daddy. You were a good example of what a Father should be.
Posted by Alero Imo on 10th February 2012
Life’s experiences are like threads in a tapestry. Daily, dark & bright threads knit together, often without rhyme or reason, but in the end forming a picture. Your bright threads are love given, gotten & lives touched. The dark threads are the disappointments, trials & tears needed for the bright threads to look brighter. Looking at your life’s tapestry daddy, it’s beautiful! Alero Imo
Posted by Ugonma Adiukwu on 10th February 2012
We cherish the love Daddy brought into our lives. He will always be in our hearts.
Posted by Ugon-owaji Oyet-iLe on 3rd February 2012
Dear descendants of Osoka Imo, one year ago 11th Feb 2012, the Great Osoka Imo passed on to be with the Lord. The greatest memorial we can build in his honor is to keep the path of RIGHTEOUSNESS AND UPRIGHTNESS HE LIVED FOR ALL THE DAYS OF HIS LIFE ON EARTH.Daddy rest on.

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