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This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Thomas Nchotu who was born in Kaduna, Nigeria on February 07, 1958 and passed away on June 23, 2009 at the age of 51, in Bayelsa, Nigeria. He leaves behind his wife Magdalene and six children to mourn him.  He also leaves behind his mother, Mami Cecilia Nchotu (Mami Nyama), three sisters Angelina Bouma, Beatrice Nchotu, Geraldine Kum Nchotu, and three brothers Ben Nchotu, Eddie Nchotu and Joe Nchotu as well as extended family and several friends and well wishers.  We will remember him forever.

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Tributes and Condolences
we miss you   / YANIRA FLORES (student from crossland )
HE WAS A NICE PERSON. HE WAS MY TEACHER IN 9TH GRADE AND HE WAS SO NICE AND KIND WITH ALL THE CLASS. WHEN ANYONE OF THE STUDENT HAD A PROBLEM HE WOULD HELP US OR IF WE NEED HELP WITH HOMEWORK HE WELL HELP US. I FEEL SO SAD THAT HE NOT IN CROSSLAND NO...  Continue >>
RIP  / Bongsha Steve (SAESA CAMEROON )
 God alone knows why he decided to take such a good man from us at this moment SAESA CAMEROON will miss you and all your advices
  oncemore rest in Peace
Mr/Mrs  / Jum Francis (Friend)
I still wont come to terms with the fact that Thomas is no more.I got to know him through his wife who was my student at National Polytechnic Bambui.His constant stops at the office to inquire about the wife's progress at school or to pay her fee mad...  Continue >>
i will miss you so much!   / Rahel Mekonen (student)
Mr. Natuho was a very caring and loving person. me and my friends loved to go to his class room because we always had fun there. he was always there for those who need him. he had alot of advice to give to those who needed it. i'll miss you Mr. Natuh...  Continue >>
MS  / Sophie Ngando- Niba (SAESA)
Tom ,when we met in  SAC we became familiy,   You will be greatly missed, but the good times we had together both in SAC and ouside will be remembered.  I am glad that I met a person Like you. We will meet at Jesus's feet. BYE FOR...  Continue >>
My Condolences  / Jordan McMullin (colleague)    Read >>
My Family will miss you.  / Richard Mofor (fellow BOB(Bali Old Boy) )    Read >>
I miss his beautifule smile.  / Han Suk Suh (Crossland)    Read >>
Tribute / Jeroline Ndikum (SAESAN)    Read >>
We miss you.  / Clement Kibuh (SAESAN)    Read >>
My heartfelt condolence  / Irene NJI (just a sympathiser )    Read >>
A Prayer for Your Peace & Comfort  / Kurt Cooper (Colleague)    Read >>
You are in my prayers.  / Yvette Brown (colleague)    Read >>
Remebered for His Smile  / Cathy Langley (colleague)    Read >>
I still don't believe you're gone...  / Gwen Kuvinyu (SAESAN)    Read >>
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His legacy
Mr. Tom Nchotu  

at the time of his death, was the Chairman of the Parish Council of the Catholic Community of Cameroonians in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area.  The de facto Grand Coordinator of Roman Catholics amongst Cameroonians in the D.C. area.

Tom was the Secretary General of the Santa-Njong Cultural & Development Association in America, NCUDA-USA, for about five(5) years.  Santa-Njong is a small vibrant village in the NW Region of Cameroon about 23km from Bamenda.

He was the President of the alumni association of St. Augustine's College Nso, SAEXSA.  He attended St. Augustine's College from 1972 until 1977 from where he obtained his GCE O-Levels.  He then moved to Cameroon Protestant College CPC Bali from 1977 until 1979 where he obtained his GCE A-Levels.

Tom attended Yaounde University, where he obtained his first degree.  He then began his teaching career, which took him to various towns and villages throughout the national territory including Bafoussam, Bandja, Bertoua, Mankon-Bamenda, Bali, CPC Bali, then Kumbo and Santa.  He continued his studies at ENS-Yaounde, then taught in Bamenda prior to relocating to the United States of America.  In the United States he became a certified teacher, and taught at Crossland High School in Suitland, Maryland.

He was a great man, very caring father, a wonderful brother, uncle, God fearing and family man.  He leaves behind him, mom, Mama Cecilia; his wife of 21 years Magdalene Nchotu nee Fongwen and six children namely -Serge, Levi, Gaelle, Ghislain, Tatiana and Schmidt Nchotu to mourn him.

 

 
Thomas's Photo Album
Tom always so cheerful
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