In her short journey in life, she understood her purpose and fulfilled the reason for which she was born. She gallantly fought the good fight of faith and finished well
  • 62 years old
  • Born on February 24, 1954 .
  • Passed away on March 6, 2016 in Lagos, Nigeria.

Her Legacy lives on..... 

Mrs. Rose Eigbiremolen (nee Amenkhienan) was born on February 24, 1954 to late Mrs. Regina and late Mr. George Apa Amenkhienan of Ehanlen, Ewu, Edo State. She was the third child of her parents and the first female child of the family. She was raised in a ..............more on the next page


Funeral Arrangements

Events in Lagos State

Commendations Service in Lagos
April 15, 2016 @ 3pm

K & G Event Centre, Kudirat Abiola Way Oregun Ikeja
Colour code: Purple & Gold (sunflower)

Service of Songs
April 25, 2016 @ 5pm
Lagos Residence, Plot 17 Niyi Ayeye Street off Channels TV Avenue, Opic Estate Isheri North.

 Events in Edo State

Service of Songs
April 28, 2016 @ 5pm
Idinegbon Primary Sch, Eidenu Irrua Edo State


Funeral Service
April 29, 2016 @ 11am
Saint Matthew's Catholic Church,  Eidenu Irrua Edo State

Interment 
after the Funeral Mass

At The Amenkhienan Family Premises, Ehanlen Ewu, Edo State

Reception immediately after the Interment

Thanksgiving Service
May 1, 2016 @ 8am
Saint Matthew's Catholic Church,  Eidenu Irrua Edo State   

Posted by Genevieve Ododo on 24th February 2018
Each passing year still seems like yesterday... your strength as a woman and your support foe your children have helped them a great deal. You are a mum to emulate. Keep resting until we meet to part no more .
Posted by Sylvia Aghariaiha on 10th March 2017
Amazed it is one year already. Dear mummy you are a shinning star. Shine on as you rest on with the Father of spirits. Your love expressions, genuine concern for all is forever missed.
Posted by Victor Okolo on 6th March 2017
Your good work as exemplified in the family you left behind will forever be a testimony to your person. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by John Aggelakos on 6th March 2017
Dear ma, you are always in our hearts, and you have a wonderful family.
Posted by Ngozi Chukwu on 6th March 2017
1 year Already!We miss you greatly Ma....Forever Loved!your absence here is felt every time i visit your home....Love you Ma
Posted by Oiza Maiyaki on 24th February 2017
Happy post humous birthday mummy. We miss you, so very much ma.
Posted by Oyime Benjamin on 24th February 2017
Happy post-humous birthday Big Mummy. U lived a life of beauty,passion n love.U gave me and my family the very best. U were a mother to all. Sleep on gloriously!
Posted by Comfort Amenkhienan on 24th February 2017
Dearest Big Mummy, I would have been one of the first to call you today to pray & wish you a happy birthday! . See how you're surely missed? I recall one of the Egbiremolen's daughters wailing after your passing. Her grief was that you were the unifying factor in their extended family! " Who would ever take on that role?" , She lamented. You meant so many things to many people. You were so special. I love you, Big mum & will always do!
Posted by Maureen Henkyaa on 24th February 2017
HBD to you mummy!As you celebrate with the Angels far above so we are celebrating you here on earth.I never met you but all I see is a beautiful soul God has chosen so soon.hummm...rest ON grandma of life and I will always Pray for you!!!may your soul and the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace.
Posted by Rachel Akhuetie on 24th February 2017
Happy Posthumous Birthday Mom, We remember you with so much joy & Thank God for the life you lived, your accomplishments & your inspirations. Not even death can stop us from celebrating you mum! A star you are, shining brightly in our hearts always. Forever love you mom, miss you so Much!
Posted by Wilfred Omoaka on 21st May 2016
May your loving soul sweet mummy continue to rest in the Lord ... Amen
Posted by Ama Kuroshi on 26th April 2016
Let the altars of goodwill you laid, the lives you touched, speak.You will be missed here by loved ones but we know that where you have gone to is far better so we rejoice. You have gone ahead to that place where there is no pain, no crying, no sorrow, no more dying... Farewell Ma
Posted by Asani Idowu Omoniyi on 24th April 2016
REST IN PEACE SWEET SISTER, AND I PRAY THAT GOD WILL GRANT YOUR HUSBAND, CHILDREN, RELATIVES AND FREINDS FORTITUDE TO BEAR THE LOSS. TILL WE MEET TO PART NO MORE. ADEU BELOVED ONE OF GOD. SLEEP WELL.
Posted by John Akhuetie on 22nd April 2016
TRIBUTE TO A GREAT MOTHER INLAW! It was so easy to call you Mummy because you played that role so perfectly and beyond expectations for my entire family. Words alone cannot express the gap that now is since you transited. But I take solace in the blessed assurance of eternity and the fact that your character and beautiful disposition was deeply planted in us. I will forever have fond memories of you and the mighty impact you had in my life and in the life of Nigel, Hansel and Denzel. Thank you for the beautiful wife you gave me! Thank you for so graciously accepting me into your family and taking me as a beloved son! Thank you for the very special attention and care you had for my mother! Thank you for your kindness, hospitality and thoughtfulness towards my brothers and sisters as well as my friends! Thank you for that special care and attention you gave to my boys in their first few days and months here on earth.......you made things so easy for my wife and I! Thank you for your beautiful life and disposition, for with you, there was never a dull moment. Thank you for pouring your life so generously into every life you came in contact with! You will be greatly missed especially because we wanted you to be here with us for much more longer. We do give thanks because our Heavenly Father knows best. You fought a good fight, you impacted lives and indeed you won the race. Because He lives, you live also!Rest on Mummy in the bosom of our Lord till we meet to part no more! John Ehiabhi Akhuetie Son-In-Law
Posted by Tekena I on 22nd April 2016
I never had the privilege of meeting you, but going through some of the tributes, your biography and mostly my dealings with your son (Stanley) I can say that indeed you lived a life that is worth emulating. Mummy, I am sure your soul is blessed and that you are in the comfort of the Lord Almighty. Thanks for your legacy of Honesty, Hard work and most of all God Fearing that can be seen in your son. Stanley and Family please take heart and be consoled by the words of Nishan Panwar’s “Death takes the body. God takes the soul. Our mind holds the memories. Our heart keeps the love. Our faith lets us know we will meet again”
Posted by Tina Ikhile on 18th April 2016
I never got the honour of meeting you, but your reputation precedes you. You have left a vacuum none other can fill. I pray for grace upon the family to bear this irreparable loss. RIP mummy. Your soul finds eternal rest with the Lord.
Posted by Blessing Oriaifo-Ehinmowo on 17th April 2016
Big Mummy, your transition was a rude shock for me. But I thank the LORD for the pivotal role you played for the family-nuclear and extended.Your home was a converging point for all.How can I forget the sacrificial way you always ensure that everyone is well fed under your roof? Words would fail me to write you a tribute.I will simply say, Yours was a life well-lived! You left your mark and am sure your crown awaits you. Farewell Big Mummy.
Posted by Yvonne Okoene on 16th April 2016
May your beautiful soul continue to Rest on Ma.
Posted by Niyi Oyesina on 15th April 2016
"Good night mummy, we love you but Jesus Christ loves you more.......... You shall surely be missed."
Posted by Agada Obadiah on 15th April 2016
Mother of Mothers, May your beautiful soul rest in peace. We are all glad you gave us a beautiful daughter in Rachael. Continue to rest in the Bossom of your Lord
Posted by Vincent Ozoude on 15th April 2016
We received with shock the news of your death, Mumy Rose Eigbiremolen. What a painful loss and at a time your counseling, motherly love, and reaping the fruits of your labour is so much needed. We are comforted that the good exemplary life you lived on earth will remain an indelible mark and most remembered. No doubt the fact that despite the pains you went through on the sick bed, you are at rest and in peace in heaven with God. Rest in perfect peace. Alex and entire family members, relations, friends and we'll wishers, may God grant everyone the fortitude to be this irreparable Loss in JESUS Name, Amen. Vincent & Maria Ozoude.
Posted by Wills Diamen on 13th April 2016
She was a beautiful soul and a mother to many. She is fondly remembered as a provider of home to all that came her way. A natural mother quick to love everyone, yet one that emphasized good in all and she indeed instilled it in her family and those of us that were previlleged to have known her. Rest in peace mummy
Posted by Sukumaran Nair on 12th April 2016
Hi Blessing, May all the sweet memories of your departed mother bring you solace during this time. I hope that all the great moments that you were able to have with her before she passed away brings you comfort. May her soul rest in peace
Posted by Patience Agbonkhina Emeya on 8th April 2016
MUMMY! You were a symbol of love,strength,selflessness . your legacy lives on,,,,you Remain forever in our hearts,,,,rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ....
Posted by Patience Agbonkhina Emeya on 8th April 2016
Mummy!
Posted by Owolabi FOLARIN on 7th April 2016
It means so much about how fun loving you were, how dearly you shower motherly love on your children and people around you. How you loved life, and God. Your memory lives on, even after you were gone. Rest well in your Father's bosom.
Posted by Motunrayo Folarin on 7th April 2016
FINALLY HOME Although your work on earth is done Your life in heaven has just begun. Your struggles here were hard and long But they're over now, you're finally home. Life wasn't easy, by choice or fate A decision made, sometimes too late. A fight to the finish, always strong Rest easy mom, you're finally home. -Lynn Casstevens She's finally home. Prayers for the family.
Posted by Gloria Lee Ovie on 4th April 2016
I never met you mama, but I could see the transfer of love and good up bringing in your grand children Nigel and Hansel. May your life draw many to Christ and may your beautiful soul rest in peace.
Posted by Dirichi Umunna on 4th April 2016
I might not know her personally, but I know she raised great children. May your soul rest in perfect peace. May the Lord who knows all comfort this family. Amen.
Posted by Ngozi Chukwu on 3rd April 2016
"Mummy,you are forever in our minds!you were a mother indeed to all who came in contact with you!May your gentle,kind and loving soul rest in the bossom of our Lord...You will be forever Loved and missed!
Posted by Genevieve Ododo on 3rd April 2016
Dear Mum, I never really knew you but I know for sure you were everything to Dcns Rachel your daughter. You obviously brought up your children right and in the way of the Lord. And at the age you went to be with the Lord, you had accomplished every single level, and even much more. Now I am convinced that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, but it is the Lord that showeth mercy. It is not how far, but how well. You have done well.... Sleep well Munich. We all miss you.
Posted by Ehimen Oiku on 2nd April 2016
Words alone cannot express how much we miss you. You were the kindest person I knew. Always going out of your way to help others, always with a smile and the patience of a saint. You were an exemplary human being, a loving mother, a caring soul. You never had an unkind word for anyone. Yetunde and I will forever be grateful for the role you played during our wedding and your support ever since. Truly, an Angel has returned to heaven! Adieu mummy Alausa as you rest in The Lord.
Posted by Amara Itua-Ojefua on 1st April 2016
Rest in the bossom of the Almighty mama Rose. Your legacy no doubt lives on...
Posted by Ben Onyibe on 1st April 2016
Dear Mama, Thank you for showing us the way to live, You brought up your children in a very disciplined fashion. The unity and love you show pervades the whole family. We know you are resting in the bosom of the lord. Your laughter and smile...anyone that has encountered you will always be awed by them... You will be forever missed..
Posted by Mudiaga Omokri on 31st March 2016
Rest in peace mama u have brought forth great men and women of God who will keep ur legacy.
Posted by Chika Okoro on 31st March 2016
Mummy Rose as a strong Charismatic worker, in Christ Our Joy community,a prayer group in St. Leo's Cath. Church Ikeja, Lagos. a servant of the Lord who does her job without minding her age, she was a member of the welfare ministry, when we are using the hall for fellowship, she joins her fellow workers arranging chairs, clean up and carry out other ministry activities, also, when we are having our revivals, you see her on her reflective jacket, ready to work, all with smiles on her face. You have finished you work on earth, what remains is ours, the Rewarder , Our heavenly Father will reward you. We love you and miss you, but loves you more, may his perpetual light shines on, and may you rest in perfect peace. Amen
Posted by Gloria Macaulay on 29th March 2016
Mummy 3months after I gave birth, you came me visiting and promised to come back to see me, you came with lot of gifts for me and my baby. Not knowing that will be the last time I will see you, oh! What a world! Mummy! Mummy!! Mummy!!! My disciplinarian mummy, my no nonsense mummy, my action mummy. You have taught me alot and I will surely miss you!!! Good night Adieu mama.
Posted by Pat Ozenhoya on 29th March 2016
Mama, rest in peace.
Posted by Segun Soyode on 27th March 2016
Continue to rest in the Lord's blossom.
Posted by LEANE WISDOM ORIAIFO on 26th March 2016
It was really difficult putting feelings into words. As a young lad, my mum often told beautiful things about an aunt in Lagos. She talked about how good-natured, kindhearted she was and a selfless person who would go out of her way to help anyone. I looked forward to meeting her. Finally I did…amazingly she was far more than what my mum had told me. Aunty Rose gave me priority attention and took me like her very own. She was great company for young and old, men and women. Never a dull moment with her-there was always something meaningful and interesting to talk about. She abhorred injustice and arrogance. Aunty Rose used unconventional and powerful ways to teach her children lessons. She instilled good morals and strong Christian values to anyone that came in contact with her. I call her Big mummy because any one can be a mother but it takes someone really special to be a mummy. Big mummy was a committed Christian and a leader. She gave her all to God and family. Big mummy could go out of her way just to put a smile on someone's face. It’s absolutely impossible to define but if you ever met her, you would know in an instant what I’m talking about. I wish I could turn back the hands of time. I wish I could turn back a lot of things. I wish you can come back just for a moment so I could tell you beautiful things about you. I wish you could come back to read all the awesome things said about you here. I miss her terribly but I take solace in the fact that she won't feel any more pain and that she has gone to be with the Lord where she'll stay forever young. Aunty would be remembered for the genuine love she showered on her fellow humans while on earth.
Posted by Ojiezogbon Ozemoya on 25th March 2016
Mummy may your soul continue to rest in the Bosom of the Almighty. You are a true mother. A mummy that always want joy for everyone around her, a mother that is there when you need a word of wisdom, mummy your spirit of good judgement when matters arise, and the spirit of caring for others around you when in need of anything is a legacy that will live within us always. A GREAT MOTHER TO ALL. We miss you.
Posted by Patience Ochuokpa Ph.D on 25th March 2016
The news of your death came to us as a rude shock.Your motherly advice,selfless devotion and love, was impactful.We however take consolation in Psalms 90:10-12 that says:THE DAYS OF OUR YEARS ARE THREE SCORE YEARS AND TEN;AND IF BY REASON OF STRENGTH,THEY BE FOUR SCORE YEARS,YET IS THEIR STRENGTH,LABOUR AND SORROW;FOR IT IS SOON CUT OFF,AND WE FLY AWAY... SO TEACH US O LORD,TO NUMBER OUR DAYS THAT WE MAY APPLY OUR HEARTS UNTO WISDOM. Mummy,see you in the morning, at the feet of JESUS CHRIST.
Posted by Gabriella Moses on 25th March 2016
Mama, may your soul continue to rest in the Bossom of the Lord. We will forever miss you ma.
Posted by Gabriella Moses on 25th March 2016
Mama, may your soul continue to rest in the Bossom of the Lord. We will forever miss you ma.
Posted by Steve & Ndy Anuge on 24th March 2016
“They that love beyond the world cannot be separated by it. Death cannot kill what never dies.” ~ Williams Penn
Posted by Steve & Ndy Anuge on 24th March 2016
Mummy you created beauty for not just her children alone but for everyone that came to you. Your hospitality and stranger love was jaw-dropping. Mummy I remember your kind words and wise advice to me whenever I visited. Your home was open to everyone and your hospitality always made me feel important .You were a most Loving, Humble, Compassionate, Understanding and Family orientated mother. I thank God you are resting with Him, safely from the cares and worries of this side. “And regarding the question, friends that has come up about what happens to those already dead and buried, we don’t want you in the dark any longer. First off, you must not carry on over them like people who have nothing to look forward to, as if the grave were the last word. Since Jesus died and broke loose from the grave, God will most certainly bring back to life those who died in Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14The Message (MSG)
Posted by Oshodin Mason Inegbenojie on 24th March 2016
Our big sister, we received the sad news with miss feelings. Sister why so soon? We have no reason to question God.note, thank God u know him. We shall me the last day.
Posted by Paul Emeya on 24th March 2016
The news of your demise sounded like a big shock to my ears cos mummy was so full of life and energetic never saw death playing a fast one on us and taking you away, but I wanna believe God has his own reasons for taking you home mummy..your legacy your discipline and teaching will forever be in our heart we love you mummy rest in the bossom of the almighty ..We miss u mummy
Posted by Carol Odiong on 23rd March 2016
Oh my mummy, my own mummy, I refused to write on this blog since, because in my heart and my mind am still dreaming, waiting for your to call my name, my action mummy, always caring and full of love and faith,A prayer warrior, mummy to all that comes her way, if ever mother is like you! This world would a better place. mummy on your last birthday you promise to come to port Harcourt stay with me, mummy not up to four days, I heard this sad News that has broken my heart , I don't know how to recover form it. Mummy today people see me as a strong woman, what they don't know is that you're my mentor I learnt it from you. you bought my first rapper, you thought me how to BEcome a wife,mother and industrious woman. Am not your biological daughter but you toke me IN has one. When I lost my job I came to you crying you shouted at me and said Carol you don't need someone to pay you can own your own company and earn and pay yourself salary, you token to Lagos market showed were to buy things I can resell. Oh mummy oh mummy oh mummy, you for every live on in my heart, we love you mum RIP.
Posted by Mervyn Ahonle on 23rd March 2016
Grandma, you are always in my heart, and forever will. I can't believe you are gone. I remember how you always showed me my wrongs and would always correct them. I remember the last conversation we had, you said you believed in me, and this had always given me so much hope. I love you always. Rest in peace mama.

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