Mokofe Lupke Miller, also known as Leroi Chilavert of Dallas, Texas, was born on September 21, 1980, in Buea, Cameroon, to Mr. Kinge Miller and Mary Ikome of blessed memory. He peacefully passed away on Thursday, September 13, 2018, at Medical City Hospital Dallas at the age of 37.
Mofoke attended government primary school Molyko, Baptist High School, and Buea for his secondary education. Later, he went to Sasse and Presbyterian High School. He enrolled in the British College of Professional Management and eventually obtained a Diploma in Business Management. In 2007, Mokofe was admitted to the University of Buea and graduated in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in history and political science. Later that year, he traveled to the United States and lived in Springfield, Missouri, until 2017. He moved to Dallas, Texas, to pursue a career in computer information technology.
Mokofe was actively involved in politics and played soccer as a goalkeeper back home. He enjoyed watching professional soccer and was an ardent supporter of Manchester United, a professional soccer team based in England. He loved listening to music and would often show his dancing skills during social gatherings. He would happily BBQ for family and friends during get-togethers. He worshiped the Lord and his favorite bible chapter was Psalm 91.
Those left to cherish precious memories include his father, Kinge Miller; sisters: Sarah Miller, Enanga Miller, Emelia Lyonga, and Eposi Ita; brothers: Ngale Miller and his wife, Priscilla Ndive Ngale, Oscar Miller, and Esie Miller; and a host of other family members and friends.