We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Evergreen Funeral Home
Nader Moukhtar Wahba, 77, passed away on Wednesday, August 18th, 2021.
Nader was born in Cairo, Egypt to Moukhtar Wahba and Zahia Sidarous.
As a young adult, Nader graduated from the Armed Forces as an Electrical Engineer, in addition to quickly moving up the ranks to a Brigadier. Always ambitious and a hard worker, Nader was an entrepreneur throughout his lifetime building businesses in Egypt and America. His creativity was expressed in his work as well as capturing his personal thoughts through written poetry.
Nader was married to Samira Boushra Samaan Antone for 47 loving years. Their love, support, and dedication to each other gave them a lifetime of blessings, including three children, Amonet, Mosheer, and Shady, and seven grandchildren. Nader lived a full life enjoying the best of both Egypt and America. He had a great sense of humor and positive energy that he shared with everyone around him.
Nader leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife Samira, daughter Amonet (Nona) ElDabh and her husband Maged ElDabh, son Mosheer Nader and his wife Karen Nader, and son Shady Wahba and his wife Deirdre Wahba, sisters Janette Wahba, Violette Salib, Amani Wahba, and Remonda Gergis, and grandchildren Kenzi ElDabh, Karli ElDabh, Nathaniel Nader, Claire Nader, Adam Wahba, Oliver Wahba, and Christoper Wahba.
Nader will be greatly missed and his spirit and presence will be everlasting. May his soul rest in peace with God.
Relatives & friends are invited to attend the Visiting at the funeral home on Saturday, 8/21, at 9:00 am. Funeral Service at Mideast Evangelical Church, Jersey City, at 10:00 am. Interment to follow at Rosedale Cemetery, Linden.