Dr. Uchenna C. Ezenwa

October  28th, 1967 March  7th, 2024
Pembroke Pines, FL
Dr. Uchenna C. Ezenwa

Eternal rest grant unto Uche Ezenwa, Oh Lord.
Let perpetual light shine upon her in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.


A wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunty, cousin, neighbor, and a loyal friend to many.
A pharmacist, dentist, leader, and entrepreneur. A world traveler. A fighter. Now, an angel.

Uchenna Chinenye Ezenwa, 56, of Adazi Enu in Anambra State, Nigeria, died on March 7, 2024. Uche was born in London, England in 1967 and grew up in Onitsha as the first of three daughters, or the Ada, to Amaziah and Esther Ikegwuonu of Nnewi, Nigeria. Uche led and cared for her family from an early age. Throughout her life and no matter the challenge, her family and friends knew they could count on her as the determined problem-solver in their lives.

Uche was the definition of a go-getter. After her graduation from the University of Benin, Nigeria, she returned to the United Kingdom as a dental surgeon and got married to Dr. Osy C. Ezenwa. Thereafter, she migrated to the United States where she obtained a Doctorate in Pharmacy whilst raising three children alongside her husband. She later opened her own independent pharmacy in 2011. She was always on the move, pursuing new goals or staying active as a runner, Crossfit athlete, and Peloton cycler. Uche epitomized the merits of hard work, willpower, and service to others.

Beyond her accolades and accomplishments, Uche deeply loved her family and friends. She dedicated her life to her three children, Chizoba, Chinedu, and Ikenna. Her motto was to never give up and they never did. As they progressed in life, she would look at her children, smile, and proudly say, “I did a good job.” Uchenna’s children were her light and her life’s purpose. After dodging pets for years, Uche grew a soft spot for her furry family members, Loki the dog and Meeko the cat.

From family road trips across Florida to class reunions overseas, she sought every opportunity to build moments of quality time with loved ones. Time with her was always fun; laughter was a given. Uchenna will always be remembered for her resilience and genuine kindness. She loved others well and was loved in turn, more than she knew. We will miss her so much. Uche is survived by her husband, children, mother, and sister. 


Vigil & Service of Songs
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM ET

Join us for a viewing followed by a service of prayers, songs, and reflections on Uche's life.
Light refreshments will be available.

Attire: Business casual/church attire

Color: Preferably cream or white 
Bell's Funeral Home - 8390 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
10:00 AM ET

During the funeral liturgy at the Mass, family and friends will commend Uche into the Lord's mercy and compassion. Following the Mass, immediate family and relatives will lay her to rest at the burial site in Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cemetery.

Attire: Business casual/church attire

Color: Preferably cream or white
St. Maximilian Catholic Church - 701 N Hiatus Rd, Pembroke Pines, FL 33026
Celebration of Life Reception
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM ET

*Doors open at 2:00 PM*

Celebrate and reminisce on the life of Uche Ezenwa at this reception with food, drinks, music, speeches, and memories galore.

Attire: Nigerian Traditional and/or Semi-formal

Color: Purple (her favorite color)
Southwest Focal Point Community Center - 301 NW 103rd Avenue Pembroke Pines, FL 33026



Post your condolences or share your memories.

April 11, 2024
May your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace…in the bosom of our Lord. Amen!🙏🏾❤️
Olubunmi Adanijo
April 9, 2024
It seems just like yesterday, we were all celebrating sister IJ’s birthday in Jamaica and now you’re gone. I pray that our sweet Jesus will keep you close and grant a continued reassurance of strength and joy to the hearts of your loved ones here on earth.
Our sincere condolences,
Nnamdi and Ifeoma Onuorah
Ifeoma Onuorah
April 8, 2024
Words may fail, but love conquers all…
And so, dearest Uchenna, fare thee well for love will see you through…🌹💕
Ini-ibehe Valerie Oke
April 7, 2024
Dear Uche,

I am at a loss for words upon hearing of your passing. I cannot imagine how your sister Anuli is coping with your absence. It still feels unreal, but I know that only God, in His infinite wisdom, knows why He has taken you far too soon. You lived an exemplary life and have left behind a remarkable legacy. May God comfort your mother, sister, husband, children, and extended family during this difficult time as they mourn your passing and continue life on earth without you. May your soul rest in perfect peace.

With love from Ime.
Ime Lloyd-White (née Akpan)
April 7, 2024
Uche (Neenee) as we fondly called her was my childhood friend,our mothers were classmates and childhood friends,so we grew up together in Onitsha as close family friends. Uche was brilliant and down to earth, always had a smile and a joke. Her passing is still a shock to me. May her beautiful soul Rest In Power!!!
Nonso McIntyre
April 6, 2024
Uchenna Chinnenye Ezenwa(NINI)

We loved you dearly , and we shall continue to love you. We are utterly shattered by your death. But you never left alone; our prayers accompanied you that day God called you home. Sister Uche, we shall always have fond memories of you. Your love life will continue to guide and illuminate us for we learnt a lot of things from you.Though we part to see no more, you will always be evergreen in our hearts.
Goodbye Nini

From Mr. Chuma and Mrs Onyinye Udeze.
Mr. Chuma and Mrs Onyinye Udeze
April 6, 2024
My dear Uche,
It is very hard to believe that you have gone especially as Charles and I hosted you and Osy in celebration of his 60th birthday just in July 23 in the UK ,which was just a small part of your grand plans to give him a memorable birthday an example of the great lengths you go to for your loved ones. I recall our visit to you and Osy in 1996 when you lived in the UK and your great hospitality despite your being so busy with exams, work and a young mother. I was amazed how you managed to do it all. You were a woman of great strength, determination a role model and you will be missed but your memories will live on. Love Angela and Charles Nwachukwu
Angela Mbah- Nwachukwu
April 6, 2024
I will really miss Uche. The last time we saw her was the day before new year. She discovered that I like raw peanuts, so she gave me some bags of peanuts and asked to let her know when the peanuts are finished that she will ship more to me. That is how kind Uche is.
She is always worrying about what to give you.
May her soul rest in peace.
Ifeanyi Ezenwa
April 5, 2024
Uchenna! How can I forget you? Our last cruise was an opportunity to see you again…you were a beautiful soul and I’m deeply grateful for the short time we spent together. You’re deeply cherished and will be sorely missed. May your sweet soul rest in perfect peace Amen 🙏🏿 Praying for your mum, Anuli, your husband, your children and all your loved ones for God’s comfort.
Dorothea Otite
April 5, 2024
Dear Uchenna,

I never had the privilege of meeting you but if my classmate, Anuli, is so devastated by your death, then you were indeed a good and virtuos woman.

Rest in the bosom of the Most High God.
April 5, 2024
Dear Uche,

The best big sister to Anuli (Onu, as you called her) and blessed Nkiru. You were always calm and poised. I admired the big sister you were to your sisters and it rubbed on me when I joined Anuli to visit you at Yaba. The news of your passing is still hard to process, but God knows best.
May God comfort your mom, husband, children, sister and all who hurt. Eternal rest, grant Uchenna, Lord we ask. Amen.
Ije Agbasi-Madubuko
April 5, 2024
Uche was a go getter. No achievement was too big for Uche. As much as I can tell, Uche came into this world with a purpose and I truly believe that most of that purpose was attained. The rest will be God’s to fulfill. Uche left us way too soon but God knows best and why He has decided to call her home at this time. Let us celebrate the beautiful memories she left behind and be thankful to God for that and more. May the Almighty God grant Uche eternal rest Amen!
Emma Nwofor
April 5, 2024
Rest in perfect peace my darling friend and sister.
Olutoyin Azeez -Adio
April 5, 2024
My darling friend Uche. Everybody's Momma. You took it upon yourself to be a mother hen to everyone you came across. I don't know how you did it. After military hospital, you went to the UK, I lost contact with you for about 30 years only to reconnect about a year ago. God knows I looked for you, on Facebook and other social media. I've been in Enugu for more than 2 decades, once I hear Ikegwuonu, I'll be all over the person asking for you and Anwuli. I eventually got lucky and i found a lovely lady who said you were her in-law and promptly got me your contact. I felt so bad when I found out that you were in Florida all this while. I had been to Florida a few times and had no inkling that my beloved friend and sister was there. How can I ever forget such a sweet soul who would go miles for others even when it was inconvenient? I still don't know how you managed to sent me a box load of beautiful baby clothes when you heard I was expecting almost 30 years ago at a time when you had just arrived in the UK struggling with your dental exams. I was so sure I would see you towards the end of this year but alas! God knows best. I missed you so much over the years and I still miss you now. I will miss you forever and can only pray to God almighty to grant you eternal rest and comfort your dear Mum, Anwuli, your dear children and hubby and all the loved ones you left behind. You are sorely missed, my beloved friend 😭😭😭😭
Olutoyin Azeez -Adio
April 4, 2024
My dear sister-in-law, Uche, nwunye Osy nwannem, I never expected things to end like this. During our time at the hospital, some days were filled with hope for your recovery, while uncertainty clouded others. On those uncertain days, I drew strength from Osy nwannem, your husband of 30 years, who trusted God completely to heal you.

We took turns staying by your bedside, never leaving you alone. Your family and friends were there every day, praying, singing, updating you on events and hoping to see you wake up. Your husband and children rearranged their schedules just to be with you everyday, showering you with love, care and attention. Despite our hopes and dreams, God called you home.

I will always cherish our last joyful memory celebrating my birthday in Jamaica in June of 2023. We had a blast participating in all the planned activities, not realizing it would be our final adventure together. That experience will remain etched in my memory forever.

Uche, you were a determined and resilient woman. You fought bravely, achieving what many couldn't. Now, you're with your maker. May your soul rest in peace, dear sister-in-law. Please watch over your family from above.

Farewell, my dear, Je nkeoma.

IJ Onuorah
April 4, 2024
My Dear Aunty Uche,

Words fail me as I write this tribute. Your demise has left a huge vacuum in the lives of many. You were always lively, happy, active and most importantly, caring.

My family and I are glad that we shared amazing moments with you. You treated us with love and care and always made sure you created time to make us have a memorable vacation whenever we visited.

No amount of words can be enough to express how wonderful you are. It is hard to accept that you are no more, but we rejoice in the fact that we know you are with God.

We love you, Aunty.
Nonso Njepuome
April 3, 2024
My dearest and beautiful cousin, Nini,
Your early departure is an irreplaceable loss to me and to everyone who was lucky to have met you.

I count myself very luck to be your first cousin.

Your generous heart has fed some many disadvantaged families.
You were a silent philanthropist..you never blew your trumpet.

I miss you everyone second of each day.
Your legacy will last forever.

Rest in peace my beloved and beautiful Angel.

May your young and kindest soul rest in eternal peace.
I love you so much 💓 💗 💛
Edith Okoye
April 3, 2024
I met Uche many years ago professionally, She was always kind and nice. We lost contact . I made contact with her and needed her help she did not hesitate to help me. She was as endearing and kind as she was when I met her. She has left an indelible mark on my heart .She will truly be missed
Deborah Atkinson
April 3, 2024
In the quiet embrace of cherished memories, we gather to celebrate the life of Late Mrs. Uchenna Ezenwa, a woman of extraordinary grace, warmth, and kindness. As we reflect on her journey, we are reminded of the profound impact she made on all who had the privilege of knowing her. Uche was more than a friend; she was a beacon of love and strength to her family, her husband, children, mother, and sister. Her unwavering devotion to her loved ones knew no bounds, and her presence illuminated every room she entered with joy and compassion. Uche's greatest legacy lies in the hearts of her children. She was their guiding star, nurturing their dreams, and instilling in them the values of compassion, integrity, and resilience. Her love knew no bounds, and her legacy will live on through the indelible mark she left on their lives. Though she may no longer walk beside us, her spirit will forever linger in the cherished memories we hold dear. Her laughter, her kindness, and her unwavering love will continue to inspire us each day, guiding us through life's journey with grace and humility. As we bid farewell to a beloved friend, wife, mother, daughter, and sister, let us take solace in knowing that her legacy of love will endure for generations to come. May we honor her memory by living each day with the same compassion, generosity, and love that she so effortlessly bestowed upon all who knew her.

Rest in peace, dear Uche. You will be deeply missed but never forgotten.

Udokwu Samuel
(Anambra state Nigeria)
Udokwu Samuel
April 3, 2024
My dear aunty Uche, writing this is so challenging as I lack the right words to describe the great woman that you are. Thank you for everything. You taught me to live in the moment regardless of anything. Thank you for considering me worthy enough to be responsible for Chizoba over the years and for allowing us share many memorable milestones together and building a stronger relationship. Thank you for validating my dreams and supporting me through major life changing decisions. We love you and will miss you. The kids still struggle with the reality of your transition to glory. We pray you find rest in the Lord and keep singing with the angels till we meet to part more.
Ogechi Okelu
April 2, 2024
Meeting and working with Uche years ago I was taught many things.She had a kind,humble and caring spirit. Since opening her business I would send uplifting quotes and images at least twice a month.Her demise was a shock to all of us.my prayer for the family:Father God I call upon You to give strength and provide peace and comfort in Jesus Holy name.
Valerie clayton
April 1, 2024
Uche was my classmate in Uniben but we became very close during our internship in Lagos. She was my first dentist, confidant and friend. “Edesco” her pet name for me had a special ring to it and it signified love and affection for me when she called me. Uche knew things; she knew my husband was the perfect man for me when i had my doubts. She loved my family and was unflinching in her support for me.
I thank God for the gift of such a beautiful, intelligent, kind and considerate friend and sister who asked for nothing in return. I thank God for the good times, the love and laughter especially on 31st December, 2023.
I thank God for the strength and courage she demonstrated throughout her life. I know she is heaven’s gain. May God grant her soul perfect peace and her family the fortitude to come to terms with Uche’s passing to glory. It is well with Osy, Chizoba, Chinedu, Ikenna and the entire family in Jesus name.

Dr Ede Ojo
March 30, 2024
Dearest Aunty Uche,

I was deeply saddened to hear of your passing. I will truly miss you but I trust that you have found eternal rest and peace with the Lord.

Thank you for being an amazing aunt. In all the times we spent together you have been truly caring and kind to me, and I am very grateful. One of my fondest memories was the Christmas we spent at your house I believe in 2008 during which you made sure everyone was well cared for. Till this day it’s still one of my favourite Christmas seasons ever!

You were also a very fun aunt. You knew how to groove, laugh and to make people laugh. Even seeing all the memorable pictures on this website, it is clear that you had loads of fun and enjoyed your life thoroughly; it warms my heart.

You have left behind an amazing family that will continue your legacy and I am proud that they are my uncle and my cousins. We will all gather together to celebrate your life and share memories of you.

May your soul continue to Rest In Peace in Jesus’ name, Aunty Uche. Amen!

With love,

Derah Onuorah
March 30, 2024
The Ezenwa dynasty has lost a priceless jewel. Your great legacy will always live in our hearts. Rest in perfect peace!
Ochili Amaka
March 29, 2024
Thank you LORD for the gift of Uche. I had the privilege of meeting her about 40 years ago as undergraduates at UNIBEN. The Almighty GOD greatly ever increasingly comfort and strengthen all her loved ones in the Name of Jesus Christ. Amen
Dr. Ayodeji Oluokun
March 29, 2024
Uchenna, your passing came to me as a shock as I am still trying to process the whole news.

From childhood, you have always been the big sister I never had even though you were months younger than you.

The last few months you called me to give me moral support for my own losses you nevertheless for once mentioned you were unwell. You were so full of encouragement and I thank you for that.

My heart goes out to the beautiful family you left behind, Aunty Esther, Anuli,
Osy, Chinedu, Chizoba and Ikenna.

May God give them the strength to bear this painful loss.

Uche, you were a star and you have gone to rest with the Angels.

May your sweet soul rest in perfect peace, Amen.

Guy Oseloka Dike
Guy Oseloka Dike
March 27, 2024
Aunty, we are so proud of you for how hard you fought, how much care and love you showed to everyone and how you always brought our family together. We are eternally grateful for your compassion and strength. Thank you for creating such beautiful memories that we can remember you by. We will always keep you in our hearts. We love you so much.
Amanda Umeike
March 26, 2024
I’m still having a hard time processing the fact that you are no longer with us, Aunty Uche. You will always be remembered for your generosity and strength, as well as your devotion to your family. Even when it was inconvenient for you, you always made sure that we were happy. I pray for continued healing for Chinedu, Chizoba and Ikenna. May her soul rest in peace.
Ifeoma Umeike
March 25, 2024
Uche nwannem, you were more than a friend, yiu were a sister. Ever loyal, ever faithful, kind, generous, giving, committed to yiur family beyond all else. Beautiful sister, jee nke oma. I know you're seated in the heavenly places and I ask that you plead with God for mercy for those of us still here. May Ossy, Chizoba, Chinedu, Ikenna, Aunty and Anuli be comforted. I'll miss you and I know Florida will never hold the same appeal for me again. Rest I'm peace Sweet Sister.
Chioma Okigbo
March 24, 2024
Accept my condolences and May her soul Rest In Peace ☮️
Lady Blessing Kanu-Nnadi
March 24, 2024
Dr Uche, your demise came as a huge shock to us. Oh death, where is thy sting? Oh grave, where is thy victory?

I never knew that the new year exchange of pleasantries on January first of this year will be the last communication between us.
You will sorely be missed.

We pray for your loving family that you left behind. May God grant them beauty for ashes, turn their sorrow to joy and clothe them with garment of praise in exchange for spirit of heaviness.
Comfort, strength, courage and fortitude will be their portion as they go through this great loss.

May your gentle soul rest in peace in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ till we meet again on the last day to part no more. Ijeoma!!!
It is well with our souls.

Ify & Mike Egbebike
Dr Ify Egbebike
March 22, 2024
May the lord grant Osy, the children and the Ezenwa and Ikegwuonu family the strength to bear this huge loss . Her soul will continue to rest in peace with the lord .
Chima Ezejiofor
March 19, 2024
My first memories of Dr. Uche who I affectionately call Auntie Uche are of me moving to Weston as a young child being welcomed with warmed arms. Ever since as the years passed and my friendship with her daughter grew she would always check up on me and see how I’m doing even through medical school. I have thought of her as an ever present figure and never imagined a time without her. Adieu Auntie Uche and may we meet again in paradise
Dr. Uju Akaniru
March 18, 2024
This is so so sad and devastating. I remember Uchenna growing up. We were family friends, neighbours growing up in Tasia road Onitsha. I remember her parents, late Dr Ikegwuonu treated us at Pangroup Hospital and her mum, a seasoned distinguished high school principal. Uche was very intelligent, and so were her siblings Anulika and late Dr Nkiru. Nkiru and l were classmates and physicians from the UNMSA 1996 Class. I remember Anuli as well at lady lbiam UNEC. I pray for the family at this difficult time, may the good lord strengthen the husband, children, mother, sister and entire Ezenwa family. May her gentle soul RIP and may her memory forever remain a blessing to her family.
Njideka Nwoji Ejinaka
March 17, 2024
So sad to hear of your passing. Who will ever believe that our last meeting on earth would be last year June 2023 when we all gathered in Jamaica to celebrate your sister in law birthday party.
Dr Uche Ezenwa the pain of your exit linger a reminder of the profound loss.
May God strengthen those you left behind and may your journey beyond this lufebe filled with joy and serenity and nay you find external rest through the mercy of God in the embrace of heavenly grace. RIP
Amara J Nawah.
Amara Nawah
March 17, 2024
For the little I knew of Uche, she was a gentle and cheerie person. A good confidant, mother and wife. May your lovely soul rest in peace, amen. May God give the family and friends the strength and faith to carry on.
Nnaemeka Ezeani
March 16, 2024
as young kids growing up. uche was the plug for holiday meals, Xmas rice & new year fried chicken. we all converged @ uruagu. Her father, will look at us and laugh & tell us to enjoy ourselves! After she traveled, she continued to contact everyone to know how we were holding up to life challenges. Big sis, we shall surely miss you. Rest in peace, u are irreplaceable!
chizoba Agbasi
March 16, 2024
My beautiful and ever-smiling Uche…, the news of your passing left me speechless and deeply saddened. We often exchanged warm hugs and pleasantries at the Anambra and other events in South Florida, promising to visit each other. And I finally visited your home when you weren’t there😩! Your spirit of excellence is everywhere- your home, your children and more. You did a great job raising your children and impacting your world. Rest in peace! I guess God wanted his angel home, and will now help all you left behind. Dear Osy, jisie ike o! Her legacy and memories are blessed. They live on until we all meet again. Please accept our deepest condolences.
Diuto & Chike Esiobu
March 16, 2024
Beautiful Uchenna, you could warm any hard heart. Rest with the saints🙏🏽
Gbubemi Uguna
March 16, 2024
I’m deeply saddened by Dr. Uchenna Ezenwa’s passing. She always had a smile on her face. I remember that when her husband was President of Anambra State Association here in South Florida, her untold motto was “no problem”. I knew that because she’d never let any problem become a reality.

Whenever and wherever there was a problem brewing, she handled it before it would surface. She made things seem very easy.

Now, as she joins other Angels of God, may her soul rest in perfect peace.
PS. The Donate icon is not working for me, so I shall use Zelle directly. Annabel
Annabel Brewster
March 16, 2024
May her soul rest in perfect peace. May God give your family the strength to bear this irreparable loss.
Dr. Ukwendu
March 16, 2024
To know Uche is to know COURAGE.

We met some 15 or so years ago when my family lived in Pembroke Pines. Our sons played soccer together and both Uche and my husband Gbenga talked shop endlessly as pharmacy business owners.

When she got sick, her only goal was to beat the disease and run marathons to raise money for research.
I have never seen anyone as resilient as Uche was. She fought so hard….

She would be in the hospital in the morning to receive treatment and back in her pharmacy in the afternoon.
And when she had to stay in the hospital a few days, she ran her business from there.
There was just no stopping her.

So I assumed she would just keep fighting and defying the odds… but God knows best.

I teased her endlessly about being incapable of adjusting to an empty nest. She loved her children so very much.
I will miss my teasing sessions.

The last 1-2 years, I watched as she intentionally created memories with her family and loved on her Mom.

In August 2023, she returned from the UK after one of those trips with her husband, got off the plane and headed straight to our son’s wedding in Atlanta to celebrate with us.

Jet lagged and all, she took time out to create memories with me too that day. She was healthy and so happy. It made my day to see her dancing….It would be the last time I saw her but what a beautiful memory it will always be.

I see a lot of her in her go-getter children who I am confident will do her proud. Her legacy lives on in them.

My heartfelt condolences to the entire family. Praying for comfort, strength and Peace in the weeks and months ahead.
May the best of Uche’s memories live on in all your hearts.

Monisola Oni.
Melbourne FL
Monisola Oni
March 15, 2024
Please accept our sincere condolences on your loss. I received the sad news from your brother here in Virginia. We will remember you and your family in our prayers. Take care my dear friend.

Jonathan Okafor


Which airport should I fly into?
For guests flying into South Florida, we recommend booking your travel through Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). This airport is a 25-minute drive to Pembroke Pines, FL where the funeral services are taking place.

You can also fly into Miami International Airport (MIA) which is a 40-minute drive to Pembroke Pines. Though farther away, fares may be slightly cheaper through MIA than FLL.
Where can I lodge during the weekend?
The following hotels are offering special group rates for guests attending these funeral services: 1) Hilton Garden Inn, 2) Courtyard by Marriott, and 3) Residence Inn by Marriott.

CLICK THIS LINK TO BOOK HOTEL ROOMS: https://shorturl.at/hkuFR

Please Note:
- The cutoff date to book these rooms at the discounted rate is Thursday, March 28th.
- All rooms listed are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The earlier you book, the better.
- If all rooms in the hotel block are reserved before the cut-off date, additional rooms may be added according to the hotel’s availability of room type and room rate.
Will the services be live streamed?
Yes, the Vigil and Mass will be live streamed. Please visit the links below to join us virtually for the Friday night Vigil and Saturday morning Funeral Mass:

Vigil: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkjzWxiGvjk

Funeral Mass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SN2XM9RPaDg


In honor of our beloved Uchenna, we invite you to a Celebration of Life Reception on Saturday, April 6th, 2024. You are also welcome to join the funeral service events detailed below. Please come and share your memories of our loved one as we say goodbye and cherish the time we shared with her.

Please visit the links below to join us virtually for the Friday night Vigil and Saturday morning Funeral Mass:

Vigil: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkjzWxiGvjk
Funeral Mass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SN2XM9RPaDg
Southwest Focal Point Community Center
301 NW 103rd Avenue Pembroke Pines, FL 33026
Saturday April 6th at 2:00 PM ET


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