We celebrate Eze-Udorah!!! Let his memory be with us all ........
  • 84 years old
  • Born on March 21, 1929 .
  • Passed away on August 21, 2013 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Innocent Ofor, Eze - Udorah 84, born on March 21, 1929 and passed away on August 21, 2013. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Maxim Uzoatu on 21st August 2017
Daddy Udorah, you keep inspiring me daily forever & ever till we meet again to part no more! Keep on sleeping beautifully!
Posted by Brian Nnolim on 26th August 2016
Udora's life was one of finest all around examples of life in our time. He lives forever in the memories of countless. Eternal Rest in Peace.
Posted by Tiko Ofor on 24th August 2016
Continue to rest in perfect Peace Eze-Udora. You are forever missed!
Posted by Nneka Ofor on 22nd August 2016
Dear Daddy, We miss you.May you continue to rest peacefully in the Lords bosom. Amen!!!
Posted by Emeka Anyaorah on 21st March 2016
Chief Inno Ofor, Eze Udo orah 1, hard to remember it is already more than two and half years you smilingly answered God's final call. If you were still with us, you would have celebrated your 87th birthday today. Now you celebrate it with and in the midst of the Saints. Enjoy! You deserve it. You were a good man. Dr Emeka Anyaorah
Posted by Ifeyinwa Emejulu on 21st March 2016
Daddy,the pain has refused to abate.You are missed every second.We continue to pray to God for you and us.Nobody can ever take your place in our hearts.Do rest in,perfect peace and continue to intercede for us.we do need you more than ever.
Posted by Nnabuife Onyeka on 26th August 2015
Salvos fac servos tuos, Deus meus, sperantes in te. Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine. Et lux perpetua luceat eis. Requiescant in pace. Amen
Posted by Kenn Anierobi on 21st August 2015
Eze Udorah, Good man! Patriarch! You are around, for ever, inspiring the clan!
Posted by Ebuka Ofor on 21st March 2015
Eze Udorah!!! Happy Birthday. Still ever present... :)
Posted by Nnabuife Onyeka on 21st August 2014
Pax! and I know you will respond with a beautiful smile as usual...In aeternum!!! because you now know real Pax! Please do not rest from interceding for us to Our Lord with Our Blessed Mother in heaven. Please pray for Genteel... Requiescant in pace. Amen!
Posted by Ebuka Ofor on 21st August 2014
Daddy ... ever still alive in my memory. I miss you so much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much.
Posted by Chika Anierobi on 23rd March 2014
WITH A GRATEFUL HEART LORD............. I Thank You Lord For Giving me a great DAD!, My Teacher, My Friend, My Hero and now My SAINT. For the great LOVE shown by DADDY, so much LOVE that even with MUM's early exit, the vaccum created was aptly filled by him. For DAD's wonderful sense of HUMOR, always there To douse any tension, this HUMOR has remained a Binding force in the family and a Characteristic TRAIT in all. For the Virtues of HUMILITY, PRUDENCE, CONTENTMENT, GENEROUSITY, HARDWORK and GODLINESS, which DAD lived out and has left us with no choice than to emulate. For my MULTI-TALENTED DAD - A Cook, a Pianist, a Teacher, A Farmer, an Educationist, a loving Dad, Uncle, Grand-pa, Brother All in One- THE BEST! For answered PRAYERS!, for in DAD's life-time, no day passed Without a prayer said for a PEACEFUL DEATH. His Life-time a reflection of peace, His Death A reflection of peace- UDORAH That I Can look at my life and say proudly that I am MY FATHER'S DAUGHTER- AKWAEKE! For My Life and that of my siblings remain a GREAT REFLECTION of what DAD and MUM stood for For all the KNOCKS from DAD while he thaught us simple Arithmetic, PRAYERS said over our lives, MASSES booked for us (A RITUAL, Dad performed even the day before he died). For all the years (38 to be precise) spent with DAD on earth and for The Knowledge that one day, because we serve a living GOD, We will see to part no more For The Opportunity and WISDOM to celebrate DAD(Our HERO) In LIFE and in DEATH. AND FINALLY for the wonderful and eventful two weeks DAD spent with us In JUNE this year, a visit which endeared him to the hearts of his GRANDCHILDREN and even their friends. WE LOVE AND WILL MISS YOU DEARLY - UDORAH! From AKWAEKE Your Last Child, Last Daughter and Special LAST. 
Posted by Ebuka Ofor on 22nd March 2014
Eze Udorah, Daddy, Great Friend and Mentor - Happy Birthday!!! You are missed today and forever…..the huge gap remains but we are convinced you are better off where you are.
Posted by Chidi Ezeakunne on 21st March 2014
Once I remember you, I remember your smiling and charming face. Oh! Eze Udorah! You did not live to celebrate your 85th birthday on earth. But you are about to celebrate your first anniversary in heaven. Oh! That one is better oo. But we wish we enjoyed you more here. The will of God for us is ultimate. You are dead physically, but you are alive spiritually and will remain alive in our hearts till we join you in that happy home never to part anymore. I wish you a glorious birthday in heaven. Live on Eze Udorah. Your spirit is alive in heaven and in our hearts.
Posted by Brian Nnolim on 21st March 2014
You were an Umuchu and Roman Catholic original that will live in my memory forever. Your example and grace touched many. Based on the old honest standards you were a rare gem in Nigeria. You deserve eternal rest and a place in heaven.
Posted by Maxim Uzoatu on 21st March 2014
Daddy dearest, as you mark your 85th in the bosom of the Almighty, I forever cherish by the abiding principles you espoused. You remain forever loved!
Posted by Maxim Uzoatu on 21st March 2014
Daddy dearest, as you mark your 85th in the bosom of the Almighty, I forever cherish by the abiding principles you espoused. You remain forever loved!
Posted by Anthony-Mario Egbunonu on 20th November 2013
Sir Udorah, my great uncle, I will forever remember the advice you gave me when I told you of my first appointment as a missionary priest. You are a great man and a man of deep humility. I have no doubt that you rest in the bossom of the Lord. You are forever missed. God bless and see you later. FARE THEE WELL!! Fr. Uchenna Egbunonu SPS
Posted by Emeka Anyaorah on 17th November 2013
Chief Inno Udorah, to God all be the glory, who made it possible for many of us to know you, associate with you. Everyone has nothing but positive things to say about you. You touched many lives thru your advice, humility, simplicity, jokes, and an exemplary model life. You were a good man. May God reward you abundantly. Rest in Peace!
Posted by Onyemachi Denis on 27th October 2013
The loveliest daddy that has ever lived. Humility, kindness and tolerance personified. Used to believe that saints are myths we are meant to believe by faith. I was wrong because I just had one under my nose. Knowing you was a blessing. I still remember everything you taught me and I hope to stick to them. Forever in our heart !!!.
Posted by Oguegbe Rosemary on 19th October 2013
I found this poem and I believe it says what he would like to say to us upon his passing. Miss me, but let me go When I come to the end of the road And the sun has set for me I want no rites in a gloom filled room Why cry for a soul set free Miss me a little - but not too long And not with your head bowed low Remember the love that we once shared Miss me - but let me go For this is a journey th
Posted by James Ozoemenam on 18th October 2013
Daddy, rest in the bossom of the Lord.
Posted by Chineme Oguegbe on 18th October 2013
To a man that affected the lives of many. A man that reflected Christ in his daily life. A peaceful man even at the point of death. A source of inspiration to all that came across you. Uncle Udorah,you will be greatly missed. Genteel mourns.
Posted by Chinedu Ofor on 17th October 2013
Grand Pa Udorah was a funny and great Grand Pa. I remember when we went to Umuchu, I would always give him a hug and and kiss. But When I heard my Grand Pa passed away, I was shocked, but my brave fun Grand Pa is in heaven in peace. I love my Grand Pa very much.I am proud of my Grand Pa. By your Grand Daughter Chinaza.
Posted by Emeka Offor on 17th October 2013
I doff my hat to a world class gentleman. Eze Udorah, may your stars shine yonder.
Posted by Raluchukwu Onu on 17th October 2013
Daddy Udora,you served God and you served humanity.You did the right things from a righteous principle in your heart.You lived a saint and I'm quite convinced you are enjoying the heavenly reward.Fare thee well great man.
Posted by Kenn Anierobi on 17th October 2013
Indeed, it is the case that the peacefulness around Udora’s death is a mark of the SIMPLICITY of his life. It was a simplicity that belied his strength of character, his natural leadership attributes, his success as a unique husband and wonderful father, his great accomplishments in life, and the legacies that will be left behind by him.
Posted by Benjamin Uzoatu-AlexOnyeg... on 16th October 2013
MGBEAMURUDIKE NA MBA'S MAN, may ur soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Felix Ezeh on 16th October 2013
Papa, you may have come unheralded but you sure left in a blaze of glory! You were a great tool in the hands of God! You will be missed by even those who never met you. At the fullness of time, we shall meet again. Rest in perfect peace, great one! You deserve nothing less!
Posted by Valentine Onyemachi on 16th October 2013
Daddy of all....you made my childhood fun and colorful...You were never tired of Us....You built our young imagination...for us You still live on because the memories of You are eternal...Rest in Peace, till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Nnabuife Onyeka on 16th October 2013
My Beloved Uncle, I can only say you left an example for us to follow. You were a genuine man with so much love for God and fellow men and I know you have been embraced by our Lord for witnessing to him. I will miss you greatly but your numerous virtues, especially your cheerfulness and humility, I will always hold close to my heart. Till we meet again by His Grace. Rest well Eze Udorah!
Posted by Don Okpala on 16th October 2013
Chief/Sir Innocent Ofor - Exit of a Role Model. It was with great feeling of sadness that we received the passing to eternal glory of Chief/Sir Innocent Ofor - the Eze-Udorah of Umuchu. Sir Ofor was among the first generation of University educated men in our part of the country and State. He was a quiet, genial, simple and uncomplicated gentleman who carried himself with utmost dignity
Posted by Oguegbe Rosemary on 16th October 2013
"What can i say about udora that hasn't already been said. U̶̲̥̅̊ were a peaceful, funny loving, story telling, all around gentleman, above all, God fearing. Everyone who crossed your path was a friend. People were drawn τ̲̅☺ U̶̲̥̅̊. U̶̲̥̅̊ loved τ̲̅☺ tell stories of your life. We never heard U̶̲̥̅̊ speak ill or cross of anyone. U̶̲̥̅̊ were awesome! U̶̲̥̅̊ will be greatly missed. We love U̶̲̥̅̊ ,
Posted by Adaobi Ezeoke on 16th October 2013
I miss u my gentle grandpa, but the legacy u left can never be forgotten, I thank almighty God who made me related you, its indeed an honour to associate with you. I love you Grandpa, till we meet again. Eternal rest grant unto him Oh Lord and let pepetual light shine upon him, may his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. AMEN.
Posted by Chidi Ezeakunne on 15th October 2013
From Genteel club We lament the demise of our GREAT founder, but to the greater glory of God. A man of rare qualities, Eze Udorah, you are irreplaceable. You were a motivator, a man of peace, a generous man, a lover of God and the Church and a man of many sterling qualities. May God receive your peaceful soul in His heavenly abode. Farewell Eze Udorah
Posted by Chidi Ezeakunne on 15th October 2013
Mission well accomplished. Oh Udorah! But I thank God for you. We shall only miss your smiles, your stories, your jokes, your pieces of advice and lots more. Oh! We lost a great man! We lost a holy man! We lost an intelligent man! We lost a saint! Eze Udorah! Your mission is well accomplished. Rest in the Lord. Your cherished Genteel priest wishes you farewell till we meet in heaven.
Posted by Maxim Uzoatu on 15th October 2013
Daddy! Daddy!
Posted by Ezeoke Obinna on 15th October 2013
I'm just happy to be associated with you, the first all-rounder i've ever seen. You have set the pace, a true gift to all far and wide. I'll miss you, Grandpa. Rest in Peace, Eze Udorah
Posted by OJ Ogbata on 15th October 2013
Goodbye our gentle daddy. I mourn the end of an era but not like those who have no hope - for to live is Christ and to die is great gain. Thank you so much for the legacy you have left behind in your children and grandchildren. They are a blessing to me and to so many others. You have done your best. Rest well, inugo? We who remain must soberly consider our ways and number our days.
Posted by Chinedu Ofor on 14th October 2013
Eze Udora- We were privileged to have you as our Father. Quintessential gentleman. Epitome of civility. As the court of Heaven pleases,as you join you loving Wife, may you find solace in the bosom of Almighty God. Rest in Peace.
Posted by Gerry Ofor on 14th October 2013
Our umbrella has finally closed in a most wonderful way. As you have lived peacefully and died peacefully, we are certain you are resting peacefully with The Lord . Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Ebuka Ofor on 13th October 2013
Eze Udorah - Daddy you were indeed different. A special friend, confidant, guardian, adviser, father and a lot more. You lived a good life. I wished we were all by your bedside but again you passed on peacefully from your sleep just like you had always prayed for. You have planted good seeds in your children and all that experienced you. Your memory will be alive for years - Rest in peace

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