ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Regina Chinelo Okolie(Nee Agu), Aged, 59 years old, born on August 11, 1963, and passed away on August 26, 2022. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Adaeze Onyekwena on October 1, 2022
Ify's mummy, you left a legacy with the way you brought up your children, the family values, faith and sense of hard-work you instilled in them. You will be dearly missed but we are not perplexed because we know you have carried out your assignment on this side of eternity and have moved unto rest. We love you. Adieu.
Posted by ifeoma dio on September 22, 2022
Mommy, The landscape of my life is forever changed… where do I start from? Words can’t describe my love for you and the heaviness I feel in my heart that I can’t see you here anymore, touch you, hear your voice…so many unasked questions, who many unfinished conversations, so many smile filled glances from you that I’d never see on this side again, so many places we’d never get to go to together, so many meals we’d not get to cook and eat with you…sooo many things left undone…mommy, this is so hard.

I remember your heart of love. No matter how hurt you were you still chose love, I remember your tenderness. The last three months we spent with you will forever be ingrained in my memory and that of your grandkids. You were the most hardworking, dogged, resilient, long suffering person I have ever known. Dedicated to God, your children, grandchildren and loved ones.

One of the things that consoles me is that you are now with Jesus…Now in The Future God planned for you…And you get to see Daddy whom you loved and missed so much and your parents and loved ones who are also now with Jesus. 

I miss those everyday(sometimes 3 times a day) calls… I miss you mama Mia…so much. Keep Resting. Ka Odi mummy…❤️


You One and only daughter, Ifeoma Dio.

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Posted by Adaeze Onyekwena on October 1, 2022
Ify's mummy, you left a legacy with the way you brought up your children, the family values, faith and sense of hard-work you instilled in them. You will be dearly missed but we are not perplexed because we know you have carried out your assignment on this side of eternity and have moved unto rest. We love you. Adieu.
Posted by ifeoma dio on September 22, 2022
Mommy, The landscape of my life is forever changed… where do I start from? Words can’t describe my love for you and the heaviness I feel in my heart that I can’t see you here anymore, touch you, hear your voice…so many unasked questions, who many unfinished conversations, so many smile filled glances from you that I’d never see on this side again, so many places we’d never get to go to together, so many meals we’d not get to cook and eat with you…sooo many things left undone…mommy, this is so hard.

I remember your heart of love. No matter how hurt you were you still chose love, I remember your tenderness. The last three months we spent with you will forever be ingrained in my memory and that of your grandkids. You were the most hardworking, dogged, resilient, long suffering person I have ever known. Dedicated to God, your children, grandchildren and loved ones.

One of the things that consoles me is that you are now with Jesus…Now in The Future God planned for you…And you get to see Daddy whom you loved and missed so much and your parents and loved ones who are also now with Jesus. 

I miss those everyday(sometimes 3 times a day) calls… I miss you mama Mia…so much. Keep Resting. Ka Odi mummy…❤️


You One and only daughter, Ifeoma Dio.
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Shared by ifeoma dio on September 22, 2022
This memorial website is created in memory of our dear mother, sister, Aunty, grandmother, and friend Mrs Regina Chinelo Okolie, (Nee Agu) born on the 11th of August, 1963.

Mom was a Professional Cook and was involved in Catering Services for over 30 years of her life. She enjoyed cooking and catering to peoples events.

She was also a dedicated Christian and served The Lord Jesus all her life and was committed to His body through the Assemblies of God Church where she was a Sunday School teacher till she was called home to be with Jesus.

She was soft spoken,hard working, loving, gentle, very friendly and committed to being there for her children, grandchildren, friends and extended family. She lived a very sacrificial life and would put up the comfort of other first before hers.

She was married to Late Godwin Okolie and was blessed with 5 Children and 5 Grandchildren.

We love and miss you so much mom and are consoled that you are now United with Jesus.

Keep Resting Mom