Let the memory of Abimbola be with us forever
  • 39 years old
  • Born on February 10, 1975 .
  • Passed away on June 28, 2014 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Abimbola odupitan, 39, born on February 10, 1975 and passed away on June 28, 2014. We will remember her forever. A rare gem. God's loved child,  and jewel.

Posted by Kemi Tiamiyu on 28th June 2018
My true friend, your are missed. I don’t have enough words to describe how much I miss you. Bimbo, you left a vacuum in my heart. I have had to stop myself from calling you several times. I believe God need you more than we do. You’ll always be remembered.
Posted by Funke Akiyode on 28th June 2018
Enjoy the bossom of the LORD, dear friend.
Posted by Kofi Boateng on 28th June 2017
Our dearly beloved Sister and friend.. She will ever be remembered here on earth and in Heaven. Never to he forgotten. CHRISTIANENGINEERSCANADA IprayministryCanada
Posted by Funke Akiyode on 11th February 2017
Its your birthday, Abimbola. We miss you. You will forever be in our hearts. Good night sweetie; see you tomorrow.
Posted by Funke Akiyode on 28th June 2016
It's been 2 years since you left to enjoy the bosom od the Lord. Enjoy with the Lord. See you tomorrow.
Posted by Funke Akiyode on 11th February 2016
Happy Birthday Bim.... I am sure you are enjoying heaven with the LORD. Good night sis... see you tomorrow. Luv you always
Posted by Uche Samuel on 11th February 2016
Bimbo, You are missed greatly. A lady who was gifted uniquely and would go extra miles to make her works stand out. I miss the creativity you brought to cake making. Above all, you endured the pain, fought the battle and won the race.
Posted by Tunde Adefarakan on 11th February 2016
Abimbola, I still can't believe you are gone. Yesterday would have been your birthday and I had the date permanently etched in my memory. I miss our talks and the words of encouragement you always had to dispense. Though you are gone, you are never forgotten. I think of you often, and I know you are resting peacefully in the bosom of our Lord. May He keep you till we meet to part no more...
Posted by Ayotunde Popoola on 11th February 2016
Aburo, You would have turned 41 yesterday. As the grew nearer it hurt more and a part of me did not want the day to arrive. However, in all things I give thanks to God. In God's special way He blessed me with the birth of a new baby yesterday. Thinking about it, it is how you would have done it too. Infact how very you. It still hurts though, more than words can express. If I was asked by a doctor to rate this pain between 1-10, this falls off the chart. Aburo, you are dearly missed and loved.
Posted by George Council on 10th February 2016
Happy birthday my love. I miss and think about you so much. It is just not fair how the scum of the earth live on and someone like you leave us way too soon. I miss our almost daily talk via skype and yahoo. You were closer to me and knew me better than folks that only lived mins away from me. Through all my faults and issues you still counted me as a friend. Evening with our ups and downs with each other you put up with me. I miss your wisdom, your understanding of me, your voice and smile. I still love you mind, body and soul Bimm. I know the angels and saints are enjoying your love, sweet treats and your amazing smile that melted away my fears during my storms.
Posted by Deyemi Adeoye on 15th February 2015
Bimbo,I don't understand this. I came to London and I began to call your number . It was not answered. I only checked your facebook wall and I saw all the messages that were left on your birthday. You said hello to me when my mum died and you left the day I buried her. Why did you go so soon. I will miss you and keep your memories alive. It is well...
Posted by Kemi Adene on 11th February 2015
Dear bimbo....with tears streaming down my face...ooooh..., I can't believe that you have finally gone. Your wonderful voice I can still hear...mmmh abimbola! A true friend indeed you were to me. I will greatly miss you...never a boring moment with you; thank you for being such a friend...I know you are resting in the Lord...luv you angel....
Posted by Funke Akiyode on 10th February 2015
Happy Birthday Bim; I remember you with joy, remembering the joy we shared. You would have been forty years today - but I know in this life, it is not how long we live but how well; how much impact we make. You have made such an impact... and I am thankful to God for your life... sleep well... My friend... The phrase both of us say often ... it is well....
Posted by Kof BOATENG on 7th November 2014
Posted by Kof BOATENG on 7th November 2014
A TRIBUTE TO OUR DEAR SISTER BIMBO ODUPITAN: from your friends in CANADA. IPRAYMINISTRYCANADA/CHRISTIANENGINEERSCANADA/www.iprayministry.com THE DEAD IN CHRIST WILL RISE FIRST! 1Thessalonians 4:16-18  16 For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God.  And the dead in Christ will rise first.  17 Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air.  And thus we shall always be with the Lord.  18 Therefore comfort one another with these words.  AMEN.                   Prayer is Powerful!
Posted by Kof BOATENG on 7th November 2014
A TRIBUTE TO OUR DEAR SISTER BIMBO ODUPITAN: from your friends in CANADA THE DEAD IN CHRIST WILL RISE FIRST! 1Thessalonians 4:16-18  16 For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God.  And the dead in Christ will rise first.  17 Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air.  And thus we shall always be with the Lord.  18 Therefore comfort one another with these words.  AMEN.                   Prayer is Powerful!
Posted by Kemi Tiamiyu on 22nd September 2014
Bimbo, I love you so much. You were more than a friend to me and was always there when I need you. You see the good in everyone and you treated everyone as special. I always knew you were Special but I didn't realize you were an angel. I love you so much and I will never forget you. Thank you for being my friend. Farewell!!!
Posted by Funke Akiyode on 18th September 2014
Bim, I guess, everyday, the dream becomes real and real. I kept waiting for a call to say its not true, but I guess it is...You touched my life... you encouraged me to go ahead; I called you and asked you questions about what only us could understand. I am glad I found a friend in you and will always cherish the privilege of being your friend... thank you LORD for the opportunity of knowing your child, that you love. Love you ..dearie
Posted by Afolakemi Rufai on 18th September 2014
Abimbola dear, words cannot describe how I feel, so very painful....... We love u but Christ love u more, sleep well my dear sister. Adieu forever till Christ come. Gud night Abimbola......cryyyyyyyyyy
Posted by Austine Momoh on 16th September 2014
Abimbola, It is so hard for me to believe you are nolonger here, am still in shocks, still trying to call your cell phone you will answer or is it that you number changed. I cant believe this. Sometimes we just wish that some person in our lives live forever. Rest in the bosom of Abraham until we meet again at the master feet......Rev Austin Momoh from Jamaica.
Posted by George Council on 15th September 2014
To Biim Biim, my African Queen. Words can not come close to express how much I miss you my dear friend. I was blessed to know you for around five years now, and you because such a large part of my everyday life. We talked together for hours alost every day via skype to keep each other company while working. You were my sounding board and my creative muse. I share stuff with you freely and knew you would never use it to hurt me. There was just so much love within you Biim Biim. You cup of love and kindness could not help but run over to everyone you met in your life. For me especially there is nothing I would not give up to hear your voice on the line, and be able to talk to you one last time my dear. It has been two weeks since your sister e-mailed me and let me know of your death. And there has not been a night so far my pillow has not been soaked in tears. But, I know it is well as you so often said to me.
Posted by Ayotunde Popoola on 10th September 2014
ABIMBOLA - A PRECIOUS GIFT OF 39 YEARS Aaaaa-bim-bi-ola, Bim-bi-ola, Bim-bi-ola, We shall yet sing our songs together again. It still seems like a dream that I desperately want to awaken from. However, I count this too as joy, not only for the endurance it is working out in me but for the comforting assurance that you are now with the Father and we shall meet again. You taught me to handle life issues lightly and not to carry over a grudge until the morning. I saw this in your every gesture, uncompleted sentences and looks. You knew your God for yourself and held on to him to the end. Your faith was exemplary and infectious. His Grace was evident in your life. I thank God for the time we spent together. The unserious weekends we spent together like seven years old girls watching TV in bed. My only regret is that we did not have enough of it. We cried together, laughed, planned for the future and hoped together. It is still extremely difficult to bear, that you can no longer respond to my calls, that you will not just show up as you normally would at my door unannounced and say “antimi, ewo le se? You would call while out shopping to find out if I would like something interesting you had found. My family called you for help on every thing, to baby sit your niece and nephew, bake a birthday cake, baking and cooking tips, ideas on the best product or deal out there, a family member's current contact details, IT and DIY matters, name it, you had the solution. It is hard to bear, that I can no longer make those countless daily calls to you, whether important or not, we discussed it. Shortly before you departed, after getting an update about you, I would pick of the phone to discuss the matter with you, only to remind myself , “oh this is about her”, then I drop the phone. You were my only sister, but also a daughter and above all a friend. No one can take your place in my heart. You left a void in the family, it is beyond comprehension. With grace and ease you kept the family and friends connected far and wide. We can only try to pick up from where you left. You left a mark on all you met and continue to live on in the bonds you created. You cut across generations; you had a way with the young and old alike. You treated every child as your own. In your own way you made everyone's life special. You had "treats" for everyone. I miss your gentle voice of wisdom and your smile, amazingly, I still hear that voice loud and clear in circumstances. You stood for peace and unity till the end, your legacy lives on. I appreciate and treasure every minute of the 39 years I had the pleasure of spending with you and would not trade it for anything. I love and miss you so dearly. Aburo, Abimbola, Oluwakemi, Odupitan, sun re o. Ayotunde Popoola
Posted by Funke Akiyode on 7th September 2014
Abimbola was such a wonderful friend. A woman of God. We became friends a couple of years ago and we spoke hours and hours on the phone. She checked on me all the time. Prayed with me. We had a lot in common so we became each others confidants. We understood each other. I love you Bimbo and I will miss you. Unfortunately, we did not get to meet face to face, but I will see you in heaven and talk more...luv you sweetie

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