Moses Osaretinmwen Osaghae
(1945 - 2009)

Profile:
Moses Osaretinmwen Osaghae

Birth:
Nigeria
1945

Passing:
Texas, United States of America
March 4, 2009

Interests:
Politics, Comedy, Music
Memorial
This site is dedicated to Dr. Moses Osaghae (Husband, Father), President, Umagbae World Association

*****A true Edo and Nigerian Patriot!*****

Dr. Moses Osaretinmwen Osaghae is survived by wife, Mrs. Esther Osaghae and five beautiful children. All five children are university students. Back in Edo state/Midwest state, most people knew him as "Chief Ogiobo," he featured in the popular Edo State television comedy "Hotel De Jordan."
He attended Zik's Academy, Sapele, Nigeria, the Fort Valley State University, Georgia and Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, where he earned his Ph.D in 1989.
Prior to leaving Nigeria, he worked in the Midwest Ministry of Education: students/scholarship, the examination and the sports divisions. He was a political scientist by training.

Dr. Moses Osaretinmwen Osaghae was loved and respected by all. He will be greatly missed and fondly remembered!

The candle of his legacy will never burn out!

May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace- Amen!

Erinmwin Osa N’Udazi n’ye Evbu-evbu
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***THANK YOU from the OSAGHAE FAMILY***

Dear All:

The recent sudden death of my beloved brother, Dr. Moses Osaghae was painful and devastating to all of us. In our time of deep sorrow, some of you took time to visit the wife and children in Lubbock, TX and to participate in the burial activities. Many more called, contributed money and sent words of condolences from all over the world to share this great loss with us.

The truth is that we simply cannot know all the ways our stewardship of money, our sympathies for the bereaved, our heart-felt condolences to Mrs. Osaghae and the children may have helped to eleviate the pain and sorrow caused by the sudden death of my beloved brother Moses.

On behalf of Mrs Esther Osaghae and the children; Osariemen, Igbovomwan, Nosamudiana, Omoghan, and Isoken, I simply want to say thank you to everyone. I can truly say to you all here that your true expression of your kindness in one way or the other was motivated by more than a basic sense of obligation or even an exalted response of mere sympathy for the loss of my beloved brother, Dr. Moses Osaghae. These wholesome acts were deeply from the heart and for this, I remain grateful on behalf of the Osaghae family for being there for us at this critical time.

May God Bless You All Bountifully. AMEN!!!

Dr. Edo-Aikhionbare.





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Guest Book (112 entries)
It pains me when a noble man of such is taken away by the hands of death, we need him than heaven does..But God knows the best. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace.Amen.
Osahon Okonedo (concerned Edo man)
February 13th, 2010
All,
I want to take the time to thank everyone for the kind words said about my father. It has been the HARDEST time of our life without the head of our family, but we are holding strong as a family. I am posting so late because I did not have the courage to read this page. Looking at the comments that people are leaving would make my loss real. I have gained some strength and wanted to share some things. The man that you all know, or know now is exactly as everyone has said. He was a gentle giant. My father had one of the deepest voices I have ever heard, but the things that he said were never hateful, rude, or just plain mean. If I had to think of one bad quality that my father possessed, I could not name one. He loved his God, his family, his friends, and his country. My father never yelled at any of us, other than when we were in another room, he would shout our name for someone to help him with the computer (the countless emails he loved to read). Also, as many have said before, my father is one of the smartest people I have ever met in my life. He could learn anything. We (his family) benefitted in that he could help us with almost any homework, and if it was something he did not know, he made it a point to learn it so that he could help, or just because he was a man who enjoyed learning and teaching. His students also loved him. In recent years, I have come to think of my father as one of my best friends, I could talk to him about anything. He was always there to listen, offer advice, or just brighten a day that was going bad. People may not know that my dad was very comedic, even when people were mad or upset; he would say something to make you smile and forget your discontent. In closing, even though I am saddened by the loss of my father, I take comfort in the belief that God needed him more. I am also sure that I will see him again someday and the pain I feel of his loss will be gone and we will part no more. I will forever hold my daddy in my heart and his memory in my mind. I know he sees all of us and he is watching down from Heaven. I love you daddy, see you later.

Osariemen Osaghae
Osariemen Osaghae (Daughter)
May 8th, 2009
May your soul rest in Peace.

Idehen
A Idehen
March 21st, 2009
Dear Mrs. Osaghe & Children,

Members of the Association Against Women Export (AAWE) deeply regret the untimely death of your husband and father. Dr. Osaghae was a great friend of AAWE and a donor to our projects. He was a humble and kind hearted man. We will truly miss him.

We pray that God will help ease the pain you are going through. May God grant you the strength to bear your great loss. May God comfort you.

We pray that God will grant him perfect rest, amen.

Good night, Dr. Osaghae.
Association Against Women Export AAWE
March 21st, 2009
May his soul rest in peace.

Accept my condolences.

Sidney
Sidney Ighedosa
March 19th, 2009
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"Missing you always, Brother Moses. Rest in Perfect Peace. We will always love you dearly."
Edo aikhionbare
December 28th, 2009
"may your soul rest in peace and may god bless your family."
patrick osagiede
March 12th, 2009
"God knows best. We can not question him. You were a man of peace may God almighty comfort the family you left behind."
JOSEPH UWUBANMWEN
March 10th, 2009
"As difficult as the news of your department is to all of us, we find comfort in the fact you did all you could give to give back and uplift your people. Rest in the Lord brother Osaghae and thank you for your love for Edo Land and its people"
Richard Omorogbe
March 9th, 2009
"May your gentle soul continu to rest in peace. You are a true father with such a great wisdom."
Ebun Enahoro
March 9th, 2009
"You will be greatly missed. Rest in perfect peace. Henry O. Ogedegbe"
Henry Ogedegbe
March 8th, 2009
"REST IN PEACE DR OSAGHAE.IT IS NOT HOW LONG BUT HOW WELL. YOU SURE LEFT A LEGACY. MAY THE ALMIGHTY GOD RECEIVE YOU INTO HIS KINGDOM,AS WE PRAY FOR THOSE YOU LEFT BEHIND. ON BEHALF OF MEMBERS OF EDO HERITAGE FOUNDATION OF MICHIGAN"
kingsley asemota
March 8th, 2009
"We were both moderators at the 12th ENA convention in Dallas. He said to me "offer your treasures to everyone and eliminate as many judgements of others in your thoughts and the way to accomplish that is to see yourself in everyone". I will miss hi"
Frank Agudah
March 8th, 2009
"Life! Everyone could know your name and there would be no peace. Dr. Osaghae, those who knew you well, appreciated your thoughtfulness and caring ways. May your legacy live on."
Sandra Frempong
March 8th, 2009
"I PRAY FOR YOUR SOUL TO REST IN PERFECT PEACE.. MAY GOD BLESS THE OSAGHAE FAMILY WITH LOVE AND COMFORT THEM THROUGH THIS PERIOD. LILLY."
Princess Lilly
March 8th, 2009

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