Chidubem Andrew Okoli
Date of Death: January 28, 2024
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175 Wolf Hill Rd
Melville, NY 11746
(631) 271-4455 | Map
Saturday 2/10, 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Chidubem Andrew Okoli Obituary Chidubem (translated as ‘God Guides Me’) and fondly known as Dubem, was born on December 16, 2006, in Dallas, Texas, USA, to Uche Christian Okoli and Lilian Ngozi Okoli (Nee Okafor) from Ojoto, Idemili South LGA, Anambra State, Nigeria. The last of four children, Lotanna (brother), Nkem (sister), Onyinye (sister), he…

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Chinwe Ehigie left a message on February 24, 2024:
Chidubem, you left a light burning in the hearts of all you ever met. May that light continue to shine brightly in heaven. Rest well Dubem.
Moloney Hauppauge left a message on February 9, 2024:
Quote ‘You have fought the good fight, you have finished the race, you have kept the faith’ (2 Timothy 4:7) Tributes Uche (Father) - “I wish that I could hold you back.” Lilian (Mother) – “Dumdum, I write this with the deepest sense of grief and loss. I had hope that your condition would turn around for the better, especially since the Lord had sustained you this far. But who are we to question the LORD? He is sovereign and we submit to His will with pain and heaviness of heart. We rest in the assurance that He loves you more.” I will miss you dear! Lotanna (brother) – “I prayed for you as a child. I never imagined there would be a life without you. I pray the memories never fade. I want it to be like you’re still here. Nkem (sister) – “It still does not feel real. Nothing feels real. I lost a brother and a best friend. Who will I watch anime with now? Who will tease me about eating salads? You are forever in my heart Chidubem.” Onyinye (sister) – “Dubem, I love you beyond words, and the void your absence leaves is immeasurable. Every hour of every day, I’ll miss your laughter and unwavering strength. You fought so hard, and now, my sweetest boy, may you find eternal peace.”
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