Let his memory be with us forever

"We ask the Lord to light a candle that has gone out."
  • 54 years old
  • Born on July 23, 1961 .
  • Passed away on March 25, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Victor Ezenwoko, 54, born on July 23, 1961 and passed away on March 25, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Nwanyi V. on 6th April 2018
Sir Vic...you live on. To live in the hearts of those you love and who love you is to live forever. People like you can NEVER be forgotten. The void can never be filled but I know you are resting in perfect peace with God. #GuardianAngel
Posted by Chisom Uchendu on 27th March 2018
Two yrs already, and the silent tears are still there.I miss you daddy.
Posted by Chisom Uchendu on 27th March 2018
I miss you every day.
Posted by Hardy Nnochiri on 27th March 2018
Victor, I find it extremely difficult to stop thinking you are still around within the confines of planet earth in flesh and blood!Howbeit my consolation remains you led a good life by my estimation and what is more pleasant is my conviction that you are at peace with the Lord.Rest o on till that morning when we shall all re unite at Jesus' feet.
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on 25th March 2018
Sir Vee! It's been two years....and we don't miss you any less You'll be forever on our minds. Rest on, De...
Posted by Anthony Ezenwoko on 25th March 2018
Because He is your God, you still live.
Posted by Anthony Ezenwoko on 25th March 2018
Two years just like two days. What can we say? We thank God for the gift of your life. It was an honour and rare privilege to have had you as a brother. Sleep on in the Lord my dede. His light will always shine on you.
Posted by Ogechi Ezenwoko on 25th March 2018
2 years gone like a wind. We all miss your radiant smile. Sleep on DeOgbo
Posted by Ejike Ezeude on 25th March 2018
Continue to rest with the Lord, Sir Vic
Posted by Onyinye Ezenwoko on 25th March 2018
Dee Ogboo , two years gone still your memory is so fresh in my mind. I remember you almost everyday. My consolation is that ur are in a better place.....rest on Dee Ogbo.
Posted by Francis Nwauzor on 25th March 2018
Dede Ogbonna. Today is two years since you left us. It is like it happened today. Your journey was divine.your life was examplary one for every Christian to emulate We needed you but God needed you more. Rest in peace. In Jesus Christ Name. Amen
Posted by Jude Nwosu on 25th March 2018
Just like yesterday and its 2 years already. Continue to rest in your creator Dee Ogbooo.
Posted by Omenihu Ezenwoko on 25th March 2018
Enyioha, hidden in all the pain and sorrow that we feel, there's undeniably something to celebrate,..... everybody Loved you.
Posted by Uchechukwu Nwaejike on 25th March 2018
2 years gone and still fresh in our hearts. 2 years now resting with your maker. 2 years now missing a diadem. Rest on uncle.
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on 26th July 2017
Happy Birthday, Sir Vic!
Posted by Obiageli Eke on 25th July 2017
Sir Vee Nwokeoma I know you enjoyed your birthday with the angels. Miss you a whole lot .... mana ya diba. Continue to rest in God's bossom.
Posted by Nkechi Ebere on 23rd July 2017
Happy birthday daddy. Today no tears, just fun memories of you. I still miss you as always and I still celebrate the good life you lived. Sleep on sweet uncle.
Posted by Anthony Ezenwoko on 23rd July 2017
It would have been another special day. But God knows best. Rest on dede.
Posted by Onyinye Ezenwoko on 23rd July 2017
Happy birthday Dee Ogbo, may u continue to rest with the Lord..
Posted by Ogechi Ezenwoko on 23rd July 2017
Today would have been another memorable day for u but we thank God for everything. Sleep on Dee Ogbo sleep on grandpa
Posted by LOIS Sankey on 23rd July 2017
Sir vic today wouldve been another day where we share birthday messages as usual. Mine being 22nd july and yours 23rd. A tradition weve shared and quarel over since 2003. Yesterday dinma and I discussed how we miss you and your happy go lucky free spirited nature. Your strong tower of support and guidance. Rest on sir vic.
Posted by Chinedu Ezenwoko on 23rd July 2017
Happy Birthday Dad ❤️
Posted by Munachi Okoye on 13th July 2017
Dear Victor, always smiling, always jovial, a great people's person. What a loss. May you enter into the eternal rest of our Lord Jesus Christ
Posted by Ike Onyechi on 24th May 2017
Bossman!Sir Vic A true leader of men.I am touched beyond belief.May your Soul rest in perfect peace.Till we meet
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on 27th March 2017
You are missed so very much....I can only take solace in the fact that you are with the Lord. Continue to Rest In Peace, De Ogbo...my leader and mentor extraordinaire...
Posted by Jude Nwosu on 25th March 2017
You actually left when we needed you most. You left many hearts broken and confused. Am sure you didn't want this, your creator did. But am glad you touched many lives positively during your short stay here. Thank you. Keep resting with your maker till we meet again.
Posted by Stacy Uche on 25th March 2017
Gone, but not forgotten. Today makes a year that you've been taken from us and we still miss you more than ever. Our bonds are tighter and our faith has grown stronger since you've left. I thank God for you. I love you uncle ❤️
Posted by Ogbonna Ihesiabah on 25th March 2017
Continue to rest in the Lord.It is well with your soul
Posted by Ogbonna Ihesiabah on 25th March 2017
Continue to rest in the Lord.It is well with your soul
Posted by Ahanna Ugochinyere on 25th March 2017
Continue to rest in peace our handsome and good uncle
Posted by Ahanna Ugochinyere on 25th March 2017
Dede, indeed Nigeria, Abia State, ISIALA Ngwa North and South, Amuzu and indeed Ezenwoko family; your friends the Church and the people that has always leaned on you for survival has and are indeed missing your handsome presence. I know that Saints don't die, they translate. We are missing your physical presence but believe that your kind spirit is always around us. To your wonderful, loving and beautiful wife and two handsome boys I say take heart. To the immediate and entire Ezenwoko family it is well. De Ogboo, continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Anthony Ezenwoko on 25th March 2017
One year. Just like yesterday. I am yet to come to terms with the reality of it. My heart still bleeds uncontrollably. Yet I know that we serve an all knowing God. I know He will never forsake you. His saints never really die. Forever we will miss you. Yet forever will you live in hearts uncountable. A worthier gentleman never lived. A better big brother is impossible to imagine. I thank God for the gift that was you. If there is another life and a choice to pick an elder brother, my choice would be easy. You paid your dues and if the Lord permitted that it was time for your rest, what can I say? Rest on in perfect peace my beloved dede. On the resurrection morning it is farewell to sorrow.
Posted by Ogechi Ezenwoko on 25th March 2017
Today is exactly one year you left us. The pain is incomparable but we can only give God the glory because he alone knows why it happened. Rest on Daddy, rest on Dee Ogbo
Posted by Onyinye Ezenwoko on 25th March 2017
Today is one year you left us..hmm mm, we can only but thank God for His mercies. I missed just like I did the day you left us. May u continue to rest in the bosom of God almighty till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Amarachi Ezenwoko on 25th March 2017
Dee Ogbo... It's been a year since you left us. No day has passed without thoughts of you. You are simply irreplaceable! I know that the good Lord will continually console us. I miss you so much!!!it is well!!!
Posted by Obiageli Eke on 25th March 2017
Hmmmm... Sir Vee Nwokeoma, its one year already and still feels like yesterday. Thank you for being my friend and I know that God is taking care of you. Miss you a whole lot. Continue to rest in God's bossom and say hello to my mum.
Posted by LOIS Sankey on 25th March 2017
Sir Vic.....It seems just like yesterday you left us unceremoniously. Our Saturday just like today started rudely with the devastating news of your exit. We miss you everyday, your quick wit, your proverbs, your guidance and energy. Continue to rest in the lord sir Victor
Posted by Oludotun Olaifa on 25th March 2017
Dee Ogbo, still missing you but I guess you're in a much better place where pain and anguish do not exist. A year ago the sad news filtered in and it's still difficult accepting it. Rest on brother. Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Nkechi Ebere on 25th March 2017
One year is gone already. Every single day of this past year,you were always on my mind daddy. The scar left can never be erased but i have learnt to depend on God' s comfort for every single day. You are and will always be loved and missed. Sleep on De Ogbo.
Posted by Emeka Onyeka on 23rd July 2016
Today would have been your 55th birthday, the absence of your cheerful presence leaves a deep hole in our hearts. Death would assume that it has dealt a great blow to us, not doubt it has. Dee Ogbo, death can only take you away but cannot erase your good memories from our hearts. We are convinced that you are eternally celebrating this day with the Angels in God's paradise. Fare thee well Sir!
Posted by Obinna Oriaku on 23rd July 2016
Dearly beloved, Mr. Victor! Whilst you have vanished to the world of immortality, the memories of you are still evergreen in our hearts. Howbeit, we lost you when we needed you most, we discern that you are resting with the Lord. You possessed no less than any man would have asked for in a brother. Your leadership prowess is second to none, little wonder you rose with such an unprecedented speed and enviable height in the the banking sector. Though we are woebegone, we still emblazon the epoch of Abia state and the entire humanity, when God opened the windows of heaven and brought you as a child. You were able to effect lives with your midas touch even within the sawed - off years you lived on earth. May God perdure to bless this day you were born and the people you left behind. Adieu Mr. Obinna Oriaku Commissioner for Finance, Abia State.
Posted by Nwaejike Chinyere on 23rd July 2016
If u were alive till this day.....u would pop a bottle nd toast to long life ,prosperity,good health and so on......unfortunately, the cold hands of death has snatched ur physical body from us. But nevertheless,we would still toast to that which death nd d grave cannot hold captive which is d sweet memories of ur time on earth with us. We still thank God for d grace of this particular date. We bless his holy name for we believe it was his will that u do not see this day.we exhalt him for by his grace,u were able to leave us with good memories dat will console us until we join u in his bossom. So to this i say.....happy memorial birthday to a beautiful being that once lived amongst us.
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on 6th June 2016
This weekend, I bade farewell to one of the greatest men I was privileged to know...he was My Boss, My Mentor, My Friend... My BOSS You were firm, yet fair; Intelligent, Articulate, An Uncanny eye for details, yet always seeking to impart knowledge; Elevated by your achievements on the job; yet you embraced all...irrespective of level. My MENTOR Passionate about all you did; You pushed, prodded, moulded; Never harsh but didn't brook mediocrity; You truly inspired! My FRIEND Always has a listening ear & sound advice for my challenges...on and off the job; Fought alongside for time off when my health presented challenges; My husband also quickly became your friend...that's how much your qualities endeared! Sir Vic! Rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus as we ask God Almighty to console & strengthen your family and loved ones as they grieve over this loss You will be forever missed...
Posted by Job Nankar on 5th June 2016
Though i don't you in person, but i have heard a lot of wonderful things about you. you lived a focused and successful Life while on earth and it has directed affected me. I pray that God will help us to Live worthy lives here on earth so that we will meet our creator on the day we depart this earth.
Posted by Rosemary Johnson on 4th June 2016
I won't forget all i learnt from you. Each advice on how to be a strong and good leader to always staying focused n dedicated. You had one of the kindest hearts i have come across. Rest on boss. Farewell Sir Vic. May God comfort your family.
Posted by Chinyere Ironkwe Okere on 4th June 2016
Sometimes in life we would want to wish things away, as though the never happened. It still remains a shock and hard for me to believe its true that you are gone. You were a source of encouragement to me when i lost my dearest husband - Emeka Okere. Why does God allow certain things to happen? I haven't found the answer yet but i believe His thoughts towards us are of good to bring us to an expected end. I want to say thank you for your help and encouragement through my tough times. I pray God comforts your family in Jesus Name. RIP
Posted by Yugoh Ezenwoko on 1st June 2016
My dearest Uncle Dee Ogboo...I write this farewell message with tears in my heart....Even as kids, we knew that u were( oh no..can't believe I said were?)a most wonderful, kind hearted and amiable uncle who loved everyone who came around you and that is the memory of you that I will cherish always...I have no doubt in my mind that our God Lord will grant u peace in the best part of his bosom..Pls keep watching over us cos you are now our guardian angel...Goodnight my darlyn Uncle...May God rest ur soul....From Yugoh Ezenwoko
Posted by Nnamdi Uwaoma on 1st June 2016
Dee Ogbo we all will miss your presence forever,its quite a task typing this.May God accept your soul .
Posted by Amarachi Ezenwoko on 29th May 2016
Dee Ogboo, it's so hard to accept this. It's even harder to say "goodbye!" May the good Lord comfort & strengthen us. Till we meet again!
Posted by Nancy Nwaejike on 27th May 2016
My dearest Uncle Ogboo this is hard! It's so hard and painful. I just can't stop crying. I loved you very much, i really did. You will always have a special place in my heart. May God rest your perfect soul. Amen. You will forever be missed! Adieu!

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