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EZEUDO GOES HOME; FUNERAL TO BE STREAMED ONLINE.
HE LIVES ON: CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A LOVING, PEACEFUL & HONORABLE MAN.
Dr. Augustine Ezenta Ezeilo made his heavenly transition on March 2, 2021 in Enugu, Nigeria after a brief illness. He was aged 72 years. While his family are saddened by his sudden departure, we are consoled by the impactful and exemplary life that he led.
Dr. Ezeilo was the first Medical Doctor in his community of Imezi-Owa, Ezeagu LGA, Enugu State. He had an illustrious career as a General Practitioner providing compassionate and competent care to family, friends and communities both rural and urban. Subsequently, he obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Health and served honorably as the Director of Public Health Enugu State from 2001 up until his retirement in 2009. Until his death, he was the chairman of Umudim Imezi-Owa Council of Chiefs. He was a selfless, honorable, affable and good-natured man, which was reflected in his chieftaincy title of Ezeudo. He championed education, along with personal and professional development; thus, he was a mentor and life coach to many, whom he counseled and gave salient advice. He was approachable, humble and well-liked by those who were opportune to know him. He was privileged to complete a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, where he visited Holy Sites central to the history of Christendom.
Dr. Ezeilo is survived by his wife Professor Joy Ngozi Ezeilo, OON (Professor of Law) and his three children – Mr. Chidulue Ezeilo, Dr. Nnenna Ezeilo and Ms. Onyinye Ezeilo. He was blessed with two grandchildren – Ezra and Adaeze. He is also survived by a daughter in law Alena Ezeilo, his sister, two brothers, several nieces, nephews and cousins. Farewell to a caring, diplomatic, amicable and accomplished man. His family looks forward to having relatives, friends, colleagues, and well-wishers join them in celebrating a life well-lived.
Ezeudo, we will strive to carry on your great legacy, especially that of integrity, kindness and humility.
ORDER FOR THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE OF DR. AUGUSTINE EZENTA EZEILO (EZEUDO)
1. Service of Songs: Monday, 12th April, 2021 by 4pm at his GRA Enugu residence and the St. Mulumba’s Catholic Church, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus.
2. Vigil Mass on Thursday 15th April, 2021 by 5pm at his Umudim residence, Imezi- Owa, Ezeagu LGA, Enugu State.
3. Funeral Mass and Interment on Friday, 16th April, 2021 by 10am at his country home.
4. Outing service on Sunday 18th April, 2021 by 8am at St. Charles Catholic Church, Umudim, Imezi- Owa, Ezeagu LGA, Enugu State.
INVITATION TO ATTEND ONLINE THE BURIAL CEREMONY OF DR. AUGUSTINE EZENTA EZEILO ( EZEUDO 1 OF OWA)
We look forward to having you join us in celebrating a loving, peaceful and honourable man. The order of events is as follows:
(1) Vigil Mass: Monday, 12 April, 2021 by 5pm Vigil Mass at the Holy Ghost Cathedral, Enugu
(2) Burial Mass and internment @ 10am on Friday, 16 April, 2021 at his country home, Imezi Owa.
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