The families of Okechukwu from Umuezem-Otulu, Oru West Local Government Area, and Obioha from Isieke-Awo Omamma, Oru East Local Government Area, both in Imo State, Nigeria, have announced the glorious passing of their Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt, and Mother-in-Law, Chief (Mrs) Pauline Okechukwu.
The Christian Wake Keep for late Chief (Mrs) Pauline Okechukwu comes up on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at the Sacred Heart Church, 537 Grove Street, Irvington, New Jersey, United States of America.
The Wake Keep will be preceded by a Requiem Mass at 7.30 pm at the same venue.
A statement by Attorney Michael Okechukwu, one of late Chief (Mrs) Okechukwu’s sons and Sir Edozie Nwirika, one of the organizers of the event is urging friends and well wishers to come and join them for the mass and the wake keep.
Chief (Mrs) Pauline Okechukwu is survived by four children, 17 grandchildren, two brothers, one son-in-law, three daughters-in-law, several cousins, nephews and nieces.
Her children include Atty Michael Ifeanyi Okechukwu, and Dr (Mrs) Gyongyi Onyekachi Okechukwu (Daughter-in-law).
Contacts for the event, besides Atty Okechukwu, Dr (Mrs) Okechukwu and Sir Inwirika, include Lolo Ola Maduakolam, Atty & Lady Ejike Uzor, Hon. Vincent Anopueme, Hon. Chinedu Nwaka, Chief Ike Oleka, Chief Emmanuel Uwaefule and Lady Blessing Nwele.
Others are Ben Onwuegbu, Hon. Dopa Onuwa, Chief CNC Awobue, Sir Charles Eluwa, Hon. Aloy Nwosu, Sir Chike P. Okafor, Dr. Nelson Aluya, Chief & Lolo George Akunna, Sir Chris Ezinne and Lady Chinwe Osondu.