- 59 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 22, 1954
- Date of passing: Aug 19, 2013
|Let the memory of Pastor Julius be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our Dearly Beloved Father, Pastor Julius Olatunji Majekodunmi, 59, born on March 22, 1954 and passed on to glory on August 19, 2013. He was a loving, ever jovial, and vivacious soul.
Daddy was one man with a big heart for God and great compassion for his fellow man. He was an embodiment of love, humility, and dedication to duty. He was a loving husband to his dear wife,Tunrola and a caring father to Ifeshola, David & Femi. In his life time, Pastor Julius was acknowledged as a loving Father, Brother, Teacher, Friend, Mentor and Pastor by many.
Daddy, we shall no doubt miss your doting fatherly presence, care and love. We love you but God loves you most.
Sleep on beloved!
Please write your stories and tributes in memory of our beloved Daddy.
"Dear Dad, today is not to mourn your passing but to celebrate God's blessings on you and your family. may your legacy never die. I saw your handsome grandson, mummy and everyone and I thank God for them. May you continue to rest in peace Daddy"
"Dear Dad... How time flies... It's 2016..almost 3yrs already yet I won't ever forget you. You're memory lives on. Continue to rest In peace dad, don't ever forget your charming smile ❤❤❤"
"It's two years already...keep resting in peace daddy in God's bosom..."
"Ahhhh! Daddy! I cannot write long because I cannot finish all my memories here.
WHERE DO I start from?
Is it when I came to spend Christmas with you when I was in Primary school?
Or the times you paid my school fees in Secondary school?
Is it those smiles you gave me when I send you Christmas cards anonymously? Or the money you frequently gave me?
Is it your prayers for me especially when am ill??
Is it the Joy you shared with me when I graduated from the university!?
Words are not enough to describe how I love You!
I feel the sadness in my heart as I control this tears
Daddy you were my father and a father to me personally.
I love you again and over again!
Your family became my family from the day God brought us together
Rest in Peace daddy"
"Six months have passed
I’ll never forget the day
I got the call
That you’d passed on
The hurt is the same
Like an open wound
There are days
I don’t utter a word
Some days the pain is stronger
It makes me sick and weak
I just sit here and weep
You were like a rock
Strong, supportive,faithful and true
What joy do I have
Now I don’t have you
I was your P. A
Daddy’s precious boy
I took my own path
But was still part of your world
I was not the best
Sometimes guilty of neglect
But you know dearest Dadddy
I had so much regard for you
I always loved you
My Dad, my star
Now my pain is
To worship you from afar
I love you now
As I did back then
I just hope... one day
I will see you again
I am so proud of you
Brave and strong to the end
Now when asked “how are you?”
Tears drop from my eyes
I love & miss you dear father…
Rest in peace"
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