On Friday, March 27, 2015, George Tokunboh Isioro Oweh, was called home to Glory to rest in Paradise. George was born in Lagos, Nigeria on Nov. 24, 1959, to the late Owohtemu Oweh and the late Afiwa Antoinette Attiogbe. \n\nGeorge had the benefit of being educated in various parts of the world, including his home, Lagos, Nigeria (St. Gregory's College), Cardiff University, Wales (Polytechnic) and the USA, District of Columbia Metropolitan area where he attended the University of Maryland University College. George graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems Technology. \n\nGeorge came to the DC Metropolitan area in 1984, to achieve success and prosperity through hard work, determination, and initiative. On May 19, 1987, George married Lorna Renee Barnes and of that union there were three daughters, Khristen Joli, Kaira Afiwa, and Kejavwo Korede.\n\nGeorge's tenacity goes without saying. During his journey for the pursuit of success, he employed various jobs. In 1991, his hard work finally paid off resulting in a professional career. George was employed by Lottery Technology Enterprises where he functioned as a Service Technician Manager for almost 20 years. George was responsible for supervising a team that serviced installation, field support and call center operations for the DC Lottery gaming systems. He had become a true Washingtonian and was loved by hundreds of shop owners in the DC community. \n\nOn May 10, 2006, George married Enitan Adebayo. Of that union were two daughters and a son, Adeyeni Lauren, Enitan Georgette, and Temitayo Serjiroghene. \n\nGeorge had a passion for creative arts, including photography, sketching and painting. He loved music and personally connected with a wide range of genres. He loved the political rawness of Fela's Afrobeat, the pureness of Bob Marley's Reggae, the energy of James Brown's Funk, the vivaciousness of Michael Jackson's Pop, and the exhilarating oomph of Jazz. George loved to dance. He loved all sports, especially football and his beloved Washington Redskins!\n\nGeorge had a terrific sense of humor, an infectious laugh, and a radiant, captivating smile. George had an extremely giving spirit. He was known for his ability of being a great problem solver and never wanted to leave a situation undone. Whether you were having a serious or casual conversation, it would end by him having the final say by playfully calling you "bush," which was truly his term of endearment.\n\nGeorge will forever be remembered by his wife, Enitan; children, Khristen, Kaira, Kejavwo, Adeyeni, Enitan, & Temitayo; granddaughter, Keala Sanaa; and many loving brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends. \n\nThe reception for Mr. Oweh will be held at as follows:\nEpiscopal Church of the Ascension\n634 Silver Spring Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20910\nThe reception will take place immediately following interment.