ForeverMissed

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 BENNETT NWANGUMA on January 21, 2021
Dear Victor,
I have been looking and searching for you since we left the NYSC camp at Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, since 1987, where you taught me a bit of Hausa language, looked after me like a brother and drafted me into the football team. I just dug up an old photo album and saw the few pictures we took together and did another web search for news about you, and found this page. I had to match the photos and then match your biography, hoping it wasnt my friend. Oh, Lord! What could have happened to this nice man? May the Good Lord rest your soul, Victor.
Posted by Victor Jnr Ezenwoko on October 24, 2020
HI dad,

2020 has been quite a year, there have been many occasions where I wish I could call you to pick your brain or we could go on our nightly walks to lay out my thoughts and feelings.

At least with how the year has been, I'm happy to say we're all good. We've made it through and by Gods grace will make it through the end of the year. Also, for the first time in 4+ years I feel okay, and see the light at the end of the tunnel. I feel like I may be getting back to me, but let's see.

Miss you and pray you're resting easy. Till next time, take care.


Regards, Sir Vic (Jnr.)
Posted by Stephen Odiase on April 2, 2020
I just heard about Oga Victor's call to glory a few minutes back and I am in shock...how could this have happened, why do bad things happen to good people? Oga Victor, you were one of those we drew inspiration from, you were smart, successful and yet down to earth and humble. No wonder you rose to the highest level of your banking career. You came, you saw and you conquered...rest on, boss, and may God console the family you left behind.
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on March 26, 2020
WORDS can't even quantify how much you are missed...they just can't!

Continue to Rest with the angels....you are forever in our hearts
Posted by Nnenna Alfred-Orlu on March 25, 2020
Sir Vic, I'm still searching for that boss I can call any time T to talk. that boss that monitors my figures more than me. that boss that cares for me both on and off the job.
I would see you eating and I would invite my other colleagues to come and join me at the table to eat your food and you just laugh.... oh sir Vic....i just miss you ...so much memories


Rest on till we meet to part no more
Posted by Obiageli Eke on March 25, 2020
Continue to rest in peace Sir Vee. Miss you greatly.
Posted by Chinelo Nwuke on March 25, 2020
We still miss you so much! You were a wonderful human being! Keep being our angel in heaven Uncle Vic...
Posted by Dubem Ngwuluka on July 23, 2019
Happy Birthday Sir Vic, If you were alive, what happened to our brand would not have happened, very convient for you to have left us before then. I believe you. Rest on Dee
Posted by Jude Nwosu on July 23, 2019
Happy birthday Sir, Continue to rest with the Lord.
Posted by Obiageli Okeke on July 23, 2019
Happy birthday Sir Vee !!! . Miss you a whole lot. Continue to rest in God's bossom.
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on July 23, 2019
Happy Birthday, Dé!
Celebrate with the angels.....
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on April 19, 2019
3 long years....
Dedicated my daughter a day before your remembrance....
You never got to meet her BUT Auntie and the boys represented fully...
You are missed so much, De!
Posted by Jude Nwosu on March 25, 2019
3 years gone but the memory is fresh like it was yesterday.
Dee Ogboo, continue to rest in the presence of your creator.
Posted by Anthony Ezenwoko on March 25, 2019
D'Ogboo,
It is three years since you went into that good night. Your memories will remain ever fresh. The Memories have become painful because they are so rich and beautiful yet they have become a constant reminder that we can now only forever miss you. It is well. It is the hallmark of our mortality. Because God's majestic love transcends our earthly existence, I know His light will forever, always shine on you. Rest on my beloved dede.
Posted by Zutty Khrushchev on March 25, 2019
remain blessed in the Lord Sir. You were kind to humanity and God will continue to rest your soul. It is all well!
Posted by Chinedu Ezenwoko on March 25, 2019
I miss you
Posted by Victor Jnr Ezenwoko on December 7, 2018
Miss you so much every day dad, I find myself listening to old voicemails from you everyday. As we last discussed, Chinedu has completed his bachelors and masters you would be so proud of how far he's come and how well he did. He even had better grades than me. I'm taking care of mum as I promised, and doing my best to be there for her as much as I can. Wish you were here to see how far I've come, how much I've been able to accomplish since moving back, to advice me again as you always would, to go on our estate walks and talks. I'd keep taking care of mum and Chinedu for you, and will always do my best to make you proud. Love you dad
Posted by Favour Ezenwoko on August 23, 2018
De Ogbo......it has been two years now but u will not be forgotten........I hope u are resting with the lord and smiling down on us here. We love you, always
Posted by Oludotun Olaifa on August 22, 2018
Victor, I still find it hard to believe even after 2 years that you are no more here with us!
The Lord GOD Almighty knows best. Rest on bro
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on July 26, 2018
I know you celebrated with the angels on your day....
I miss you plenty, De!
Posted by Chinyere Iwuajoku on July 23, 2018
An Angel was born today and all the his good works and care to mankind will never be forgotten. Happy birthday as you celebrate with your follow angels in heaven.
Posted by Anthony Ezenwoko on July 23, 2018
Today you would have added another year to your beautiful life. But the cakes no longer flow in. It is the way of life. Continue to celebrate and be celebrated in His bosom dede.
Posted by Nwanyi V. on April 6, 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 Hardy Nnochiri on March 27, 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 Chisom Uchendu on March 27, 2018
I miss you every day.
Posted by Chisom Uchendu on March 27, 2018
Two yrs already, and the silent tears are still there.I miss you daddy.
Posted by uchechukwu Nwaejike on March 25, 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 omenihu ezenwoko on March 25, 2018
Enyioha, hidden in all the pain and sorrow that we feel, there's undeniably something to celebrate,..... everybody Loved you.
Posted by Jude Nwosu on March 25, 2018
Just like yesterday and its 2 years already. Continue to rest in your creator Dee Ogbooo.
Posted by Francis Nwauzor on March 25, 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 Onyinye Ezenwoko on March 25, 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 Ejike Ezeude on March 25, 2018
Continue to rest with the Lord, Sir Vic
Posted by Ogechi Ezenwoko on March 25, 2018
2 years gone like a wind. We all miss your radiant smile. Sleep on DeOgbo
Posted by Anthony Ezenwoko on March 25, 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 Anthony Ezenwoko on March 25, 2018
Because He is your God, you still live.
Posted by Maureen Onwochei on March 25, 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 Maureen Onwochei on July 26, 2017
Happy Birthday, Sir Vic! 
Posted by Obiageli Eke on July 25, 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 Chinedu Ezenwoko on July 23, 2017
Happy Birthday Dad ❤️
Posted by LOIS Sankey on July 23, 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 Ogechi Ezenwoko on July 23, 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 Onyinye Ezenwoko on July 23, 2017
Happy birthday Dee Ogbo, may u continue to rest with the Lord..
Posted by Anthony Ezenwoko on July 23, 2017
It would have been another special day. But God knows best. Rest on dede.
Posted by Nkechi Ebere on July 23, 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 Munachi Okoye on July 13, 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 May 24, 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 March 27, 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 Nkechi Ebere on March 25, 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 Oludotun Olaifa on March 25, 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 LOIS Sankey on March 25, 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
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Posted by BENNETT NWANGUMA on January 21, 2021
Dear Victor,
I have been looking and searching for you since we left the NYSC camp at Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, since 1987, where you taught me a bit of Hausa language, looked after me like a brother and drafted me into the football team. I just dug up an old photo album and saw the few pictures we took together and did another web search for news about you, and found this page. I had to match the photos and then match your biography, hoping it wasnt my friend. Oh, Lord! What could have happened to this nice man? May the Good Lord rest your soul, Victor.
Posted by Victor Jnr Ezenwoko on October 24, 2020
HI dad,

2020 has been quite a year, there have been many occasions where I wish I could call you to pick your brain or we could go on our nightly walks to lay out my thoughts and feelings.

At least with how the year has been, I'm happy to say we're all good. We've made it through and by Gods grace will make it through the end of the year. Also, for the first time in 4+ years I feel okay, and see the light at the end of the tunnel. I feel like I may be getting back to me, but let's see.

Miss you and pray you're resting easy. Till next time, take care.


Regards, Sir Vic (Jnr.)
Posted by Stephen Odiase on April 2, 2020
I just heard about Oga Victor's call to glory a few minutes back and I am in shock...how could this have happened, why do bad things happen to good people? Oga Victor, you were one of those we drew inspiration from, you were smart, successful and yet down to earth and humble. No wonder you rose to the highest level of your banking career. You came, you saw and you conquered...rest on, boss, and may God console the family you left behind.
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Shared by Ejike Ezeude on March 25, 2020
Continue to rest with the Lord, Sir Vic

Dear Uncle Victor,

Shared by Zutty Khrushchev on March 25, 2019

It is still unbelievable that you left your lovely kids and wife to be with God. Who are we to question God? You were so kind to us. God will continue to rest your soul in Jesus' name, amen.

One of the kindest men ever!

Shared by Amarachi Ezenwoko on May 29, 2016
<p>Dee Ogboo you were far too kind. Your humility knew no bounds.You knew and called everyone by name,both great and small. You brought everyone close to you. You were very proud of each & everyone of us and happily introduced us to your friends and colleagues as your siblings;I remember sometime in 2001 when I was in SS3, Nneoma & I came to your office from school to contact our parents with your phone to come over and sign an undertaking. You opted to come to school with us instead. You abandoned everything you were doing on a Monday morning even as a Regional Manager,went with us,saw the principal and assured us everything was okay. You played the role of a father and saved our parents the stress of coming all the way.After then, we'd always appear in your house in Jesus close, Works layout, Owerri. You always received us happily and wished we'd stay longer. You took good care of us and called us " Victor's Angels"It's so sad that we will not be seeing you again or hear you say " Sweethearrrrrrt" .it's so sad everything has come to an end. Dee Ogbo your life was a shining example. You were a great leader. You were the livewire of the compound. Your charming smile, your charisma, everything about you .Indeed an iroko has fallen. The compound will not be the same again.We take solace in God's word in Isaiah 57:1. He will comfort us!!!</p><p>Laa nkeoma Dede m!!! We love you so much but obviously God loves you more!You are simply irreplaceable!!!!!!</p>