November 25, 1976 - August 28, 2002

It has been a year now since the cold hands of death snatched you from us. The very circumstances and after events only confirmed to us the whole essence of your short existence. We thank all who have rained blossoms upon your memory and thereby helping us deal with the pain, and come to terms with, the irreplaceable loss.

We lost you on that troubled morning in the street of Los Angeles, but we will always wake for you, so that your time, which was not quadrupled but cut short will live forever in our memory and in our beguiled and broken hearts.

Words cannot describe how we felt when we heard the news. Not until the vacuum of disbelief was filled with the horror of comprehension, did we appreciate what we are now without. We have all despaired over the past 12 months, yet we take comfort in the fact that God knows best, why you would be plucked in your prime, and the knowledge that you have found true peace among the Angels.

We will continue to cherish your life and love the memories you left with us because ' a stream can have no ending nor does the ocean end. Both stretch on and on beyond where the earth meets the sky. Hence, though we cannot see you, still we know you are not gone for God has  promised us a home through all eternity where life and love continue far beyond what we can see...'. REST IN PEACE!

Fondly Remembered by:

Chief Bernard Chukwunenye Iberosi      - Father

Lolo Roseline N. Iberosi                         - Mother

Mr. Thaddeus Uchechukwu Iberosi         - Brother

Engr. Simon Chukwudi M. Iberosi            - Brother

Mrs. Chizoba P. Dike                            - Sister

Ms Chinwendu L. Iberosi                       - Sister



 DATE : Sunday August 31, 2003

 TIME: 9:00 AM


Signed: Engr. Simon C.M. Iberosi, Atlanta Georgia

for the family