Memory Book for Josephine Nkechi Mordi
Share your memories and donate in the name of Josephine Nkechi Mordi

I miss you like every other day Mummy. You hold a very strong place in my heart. I cried endlessly when you died but I promise, I won't let the tears mar the smiles that you've given me when you were alive. I know you are listening from above. All my aunties never stopped taking care of me. They are taking care of me like you've always did Mum. I know your still watching over me. Thank you so much. I'll keep being strong. Like you use to say to me Awele Jisike o... Continue to rest in the Lord's bosom. I love you ❤❤❤

Posted by: Awele Natasha - California, CA
Jun 06, 2021

I love you Mummy. You're always in my heart. Your strength in me keeps me going. I will never forget all your words to me. Rest Well Mummy ♥♥♥

Posted by: Awele Natasha - Washington, DC - Daughter
Jun 08, 2020

Grandma! I miss you so so much. No one has been able to rival your rice and stew to this day, I still remember how we'd come every Sunday to the house and could not wait to have your special rice and stew. I cannot believe it has been 7 years since we lost you but not a day goes by where we don't remember you. Rest well in the bosom of Our Lord I love you so much❤

Posted by: Adiba Odogwu - London - Grandchild
Jun 07, 2020

The matriarch of a formidable home. Your legacy lives through your children and the exceptional touch of motherhood you imbued in them all. I admired your loyalty and commitment to my father-in-law and your dotting compassion and care over each and every one of your children. A tear or two every now and then from my wife in memory of you reminds me of how vivid your loss is and that you are forever missed. I still feel the warmth of your glow, your kindness and thoughtfulness. You are loved always. Rest In Peace my mother-in-law.

Posted by: Kenny Odogwu - New York, NY - Family
Jun 06, 2020

Madre, Kechus baby my very own Ofunne di iche, everyone says their mother is the best and true for everyone who has a good mother but you were truly the best. Loving, kind, generous, thoughtful, peaceful (almost to a fault ♀) a virtue I strive to achieve everyday of my life and will continue to emulate, I was just reading my previous messages here and see how every year I tell you how not a day goes by without thinking of you and so the fact still remains that my mama I still miss you and it feels like it was only yesterday you were taken from us. Your smile, your voice oh how I long to hear it again calling me Ofu mama. But I know you are resting with our Chi and your Jo Modaiy. We are getting on, your children are all doing well as are your grand children, Ify got married last year, Morenike was meant to be on the 25th of July but Covid-19 happened. But she will be wed before the year ends, by His grace. I just wanted to update you on the goings on of the loved ones you left behind. Continue to rest in the bosom of Our dear Lord and father God. I miss my mama, till we meet to part no more, I love you more than words can describe. Forever in my heart ❤

Posted by: Jayne Odogwu - London - Daughter
Jun 06, 2020

Mummy it has been 5 years since you left us, not a day has gone by in those years that I have not thought about you, tried to recall the sound of your voice, your laughter and your special eye' (chuckle), you know what I mean. I miss you so much. The children you left behind are all well and good, we continue to carry on your legacy of peace. We check in on each other and our mantra has become yaliba'. Your gran children are all doing really well and guess what Ify is getting married. Oh how I wish you could have been here to witness this one mum, it will not be the same without you. Greet daddy for me, I miss him too. Tell him his German is still very much a German. Till we meet to part no more, rest in perfect peace mother of my heart, I love you more than words can describe.

Posted by: Ofunne Odogwu - Manassas, VA - Daughter
Jun 07, 2018

Nkechi....Onye ki ikpo Nkechi. Odika muna gi abulugo ogbo. Well I can't stop calling your name cos you left me with my own Nkechi..Kpakpandom. No one can ask for a better mother-in-law. You were the best and I will continue to miss and remember you ALWAYS. I know that you are keeping a watch over us and we pray for the repose of your soul. May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace

Posted by: Okey Nwobodo - Manassas, VA
Jun 09, 2017

Mummy, I can't believe it's been 4 years. Still miss you so so much....every single day! I really hope you are at peace...beautiful soul you are.

Posted by: Fran Mordi - Manassas, VA - Daughter
Jun 09, 2017

Nne Oma!! Rest well!! You raised beautiful children who have produced fine young men and women whom you will be proud to call your grandchildren. We miss you so so much!!! Each day we find the strength to carry on. Thank you for all you did for us. You and daddy!! Only in Christ is your mind at peace in him you find your rest. Rest well!!!

Posted by: Antonia Adanne Akwule - Woodbridge, VA - Daughter
Jun 08, 2017

Whew, four years already? It feels like just yesterday given you're still a very real presence in my life. Your last words to me live on and daily I work to be the Ada you raised me to be. I'm sorry that we didn't have enough time on earth for you to see the woman I've become. I just hope I make you proud. Love you always.

Posted by: Anuchi Akwule - Hayward, CA - Grandchild
Jun 08, 2017