Doris Chibuko, 40, was three months away from graduating from a nursing program when she and six other people were killed April 2 by a gunman at Oikos University in Oakland. Born Sept 18, 1971 in the state of Enugu in eastern
Nigeria, she went to law school and worked as a lawyer in Nigeria. She met Efanye Chibuko in college,
and in 2002, they were married in a big traditional Nigerian wedding. That same year, the couple immigrated
to the United States. She leaves behind 4 children: Ngozi, 14, Chioma, 8; Ifeyinwa,5; and Chimelie, 3; as well as her mother, Victoria Achu; husband, Efanye Chibuko; and sisters, brothers, uncles and aunts. Her family said she loved
to cook and was mostly a housewife, but she also worked part time at Villa Fairmont Mental Health Rehabilitation Center in San Leandro. Her mother came to California from Nigeria to take care of the children while Doris studied at Oikos University. A memorial will be held 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday, April 28 at ILWU Local 6, 99 Hegenberger Rd., in Oakland. The funeral will be held 11 a.m., Monday, April 30 at All Saints Catholic Church, Hayward.
For information go to www.dorischibuko.com