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Hon. Titus Uzazobona Johnson Isagba

Of Dacula, GA USA.

Saturday; August 4th, 1934 - Sunday; May 17th, 2020 (Age 85)


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Our Great Grandfather, Grandfather, Father, Brother, Uncle & Husband; Hon. Titus Uzazobona Isagba entered into eternal rest with the Lord on Sunday May 17th, 2020.  He died peacefully and of natural causes.  We are joyful that his soul is now in eternal rest with the Lord.

Hon. Titus Uzazobona Isagba is one of the founding members of the Isoko/Urhobo Association of New York/New Jersey, which later grew and became Isoko Association of New York/New Jersey and Urhobo Association of New York/New Jersey, representing the two major sister ethnic groups in Delta State of Nigeria.

Hon. Titus Uzazobona Isagba was a great leader and a role model. He dedicated his life to promote unity & growth among the Isokos and Urhobos in North America.  He will be greatly missed.   May his soul rest in perfect peace.

  • Hon. Titus Uzazobona Isagba is survived by:
    • His wife;  Mrs. Grace Isagba
    • 3 Children;  David, Joseph & Emmanuel
    • 3 Granddaughters;  Oghale, Efeoghene & Eloho
    • 6 Grandsons;  Michael, Uzezi, Okeezi, Onome, David Jr & Derek Johnson
    • Great Granddaughter;  Odiri
    • Great Grandson;  Okemena

Hon. Titus Uzazobona Isagba was born in Oto-Owhe in Isoko North LGA of Delta State, Nigeria on Saturday, August 4, 1934.  He migrated to the United States of America in 1969. He earned his BSc in Business Administration from NYU, New York and his MBA from Long Island University.  He worked for the New York State Department of Human Resources in New York City and he was also an Adjunct Professor at City College of New York, before retiring and relocating to Dacula, GA.


We pray that The Almighty God should continue to grant the family the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss.

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