ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Vera Ezomo, born on 1936, and passed away on November 22, 2022. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Mikhail Ezomo on December 2, 2022
Thank you Grandma, for making us all happy. Especially during those periods of time when I was younger, you would always love and also care for me. I’d also like to thank you for making my family. And for making me smile and most importantly, thank you for being such a beautiful person.
Posted by Louisa Mallam on December 2, 2022
Mam, Thank you so much for your kindness and the warm way you welcomed me into the family. You opened yourself not just to me but my family. Most of all thank you for sharing your precious son Sam with me. He is who he is because of you. He is kind, caring , loving, thoughtful, an awesome father and husband. You can never be replaced, and I know he misses you so much. I promise to take care of him and love him. We will share your memories with Mikhail and Alexei. Continue to rest in the presence of the almighty, till we meet again. xxx
Posted by Samuel Onuh on December 1, 2022
IN TRIBUTE TO LATE, MRS, VERA EZOMO.
Mum, like we all call you, the hard to believe news of your departure came to me the very early morning you were called home by your creator.
My consolation is that the book of Ecclesiastics chapter 12 Says,” For everything there is a season; a time to be born and a time to die”. While in Benin then, an Arc. Bishop’s cassette was played on his burial, it was titled the benefit of Death, which is to say, no more sickness, no more pain. I dare to say, you lived a fulfilled life by the way and manner you impacted other people’s lives. You never left anyone the same way such met you. I am one of such examples, while as a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Edo State in the 90s, on my way back to the commandant S and T Quarter were I lived, on a bright sunny day was an oyibo woman I dared to greet in Russian language but refused to respond immediately because we have not met before that day. After a brief intelligent questions were asked to clear her doubts as to who I was, she obliged to speak to her husband for me to pack to her family residence and stay with them. She used her little pension in supporting me. There was no dull moment with her.
    I was introduced to people like prof.Engr.Edeko Fred, Prof.Barr.Stanley Orobator, to mention but a few.
   I came with a Degree in Russian language from University of Ibadan (U.I) but left with an M.Sc. in International Relations from Uniben, all because of her encouragement and support. Indeed, I am eternally grateful.
    My 1st mother until she passed on in the month of March, 2022 had always asked after you in appreciation for everything you did for me. The two of you left me as an orphan about the same time but I know that your wishes and prayers will see me through by his Grace.
   Mum, I have many things to say but words fail me. All I have to say now is, THANK YOU. Your impact is left in me memorably and I am forever grateful.
I love you so much and I miss you much but God loves you the most. May your generous soul continue to rest in peace.

From your son,
Samuel Onuh Ph.D.
Veritas University, Abuja.
Department of political science and Diplomacy, Bwari Abuja. F.C.T.

Posted by Esther Agun on November 26, 2022
Please accept my condolences.
May the Lord comfort you and the entire family.

My husband (Michael Iruobe Agun) was really fond of Mummy and told me so many stories about the period he lived with her in Benin.

I remember eating one of the best stew I ever tasted when we came to see her in Blackpool - she even kindly shared the recipe with me.

May her soul rest in peace.
Posted by Baliyat Johnson on November 25, 2022
TRIBUTE To MOMMY VERA. Mommy, though we did not know or live very closely with you for long, we can testify that even as a maiden you were fond of taking very genuine and effective decisions in life. One of which is what links our families and countries together. Though we physically miss you now, but your memories shall ever fresh in our hearts. May God grant your soul eternal rest. ADIEU.

P.A.MALLAM and Family.
Posted by Boris ezomo on November 25, 2022
From her oldest niece Natasha.
Царствие небесное и вечный покой Вере.
Помним, скорбим.
Семья Казакевич.
Posted by S F on November 24, 2022
Dear sister.

You were the closest person to me - kind, pure and fair. I have always kept you close to my heart, even when you were far away. I'm sad to see you gone, but you will always be there with me. I miss you.

Olga Bogatova
Posted by S F on November 24, 2022
Dear Aunt, your passing is hard to bear, but in my heart you'll always stay joyous and full of laughter. I miss you.

Janna Frankevich
Posted by S F on November 24, 2022
Dear grandmother, I will always cherish those months we spent together. Rest easy and be sure that you are well-remembered.
Posted by Boris ezomo on November 24, 2022
Miss you mum.
I know that your parents and sisters had been waiting for you. Along side Dad and you second born son Maxim. All your loved ones together, and you are with them now. One day we will met again.
You made a difference to your loved ones lives and those of others far and wide.
Mum you made Samson and me into what we are today. You moulded us in your own image.
Mum rest in peace, you deserve it.

Ты сын Боря
Posted by s ez on November 23, 2022
Mum .It is hard to write the right words.
I am happy you are with dad and all your friends and family who passed before you and found peace but the pain is still so much.
As long as we remember you ,you will always be with us
Never to be forgotten


Sam

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Posted by Mikhail Ezomo on December 2, 2022
Thank you Grandma, for making us all happy. Especially during those periods of time when I was younger, you would always love and also care for me. I’d also like to thank you for making my family. And for making me smile and most importantly, thank you for being such a beautiful person.
Posted by Louisa Mallam on December 2, 2022
Mam, Thank you so much for your kindness and the warm way you welcomed me into the family. You opened yourself not just to me but my family. Most of all thank you for sharing your precious son Sam with me. He is who he is because of you. He is kind, caring , loving, thoughtful, an awesome father and husband. You can never be replaced, and I know he misses you so much. I promise to take care of him and love him. We will share your memories with Mikhail and Alexei. Continue to rest in the presence of the almighty, till we meet again. xxx
Posted by Samuel Onuh on December 1, 2022
IN TRIBUTE TO LATE, MRS, VERA EZOMO.
Mum, like we all call you, the hard to believe news of your departure came to me the very early morning you were called home by your creator.
My consolation is that the book of Ecclesiastics chapter 12 Says,” For everything there is a season; a time to be born and a time to die”. While in Benin then, an Arc. Bishop’s cassette was played on his burial, it was titled the benefit of Death, which is to say, no more sickness, no more pain. I dare to say, you lived a fulfilled life by the way and manner you impacted other people’s lives. You never left anyone the same way such met you. I am one of such examples, while as a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Edo State in the 90s, on my way back to the commandant S and T Quarter were I lived, on a bright sunny day was an oyibo woman I dared to greet in Russian language but refused to respond immediately because we have not met before that day. After a brief intelligent questions were asked to clear her doubts as to who I was, she obliged to speak to her husband for me to pack to her family residence and stay with them. She used her little pension in supporting me. There was no dull moment with her.
    I was introduced to people like prof.Engr.Edeko Fred, Prof.Barr.Stanley Orobator, to mention but a few.
   I came with a Degree in Russian language from University of Ibadan (U.I) but left with an M.Sc. in International Relations from Uniben, all because of her encouragement and support. Indeed, I am eternally grateful.
    My 1st mother until she passed on in the month of March, 2022 had always asked after you in appreciation for everything you did for me. The two of you left me as an orphan about the same time but I know that your wishes and prayers will see me through by his Grace.
   Mum, I have many things to say but words fail me. All I have to say now is, THANK YOU. Your impact is left in me memorably and I am forever grateful.
I love you so much and I miss you much but God loves you the most. May your generous soul continue to rest in peace.

From your son,
Samuel Onuh Ph.D.
Veritas University, Abuja.
Department of political science and Diplomacy, Bwari Abuja. F.C.T.

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