Let the memory of Adebayo be with us forever
  • 49 years old
  • Born on June 3, 1963 .
  • Passed away on May 26, 2013 in Canada.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Adebayo Olujohungbe, . We will remember him forever


"Thank you to everyone who attended Ade's funeral service, interment and reception. I know that many others would have loved to have been with us too. James, Olivia and I wish to thank everyone for their kindness, love, and messages of support during this difficult time. Please continue to pray for our children as they adapt to life without their beloved father. May God bless you all." By Danita Olujohungbe on 18th June 2013


Funsho James and Olivia Folasade request that donations be made to the Sickle Cell Society through the memorial page  in memory of their father www.justgiving.com/DrAdeOlujohungbe.    

 

Posted by Jide Makinde on 8th June 2018
Sleep well Bayo. May your soul continue to rest in peace. Missing you....
Posted by Lande Abisogun on 8th June 2018
Jide - you are loved and remembered by so many. This year we're celebrating the 40th anniversary of our departures from QC and KC - hope you're celebrating up there with the others, amongst those heavenly angels, although I'd much rather you were here to celebrate with us. You were taken way too soon. May your beautiful soul continue to rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Hans Knecht on 8th June 2018
Dear Ade, I remember very well when Sabine called me from Winnipeg 5 years ago. We both were devastated; but there is now new hope and light! We all, scientists, nurses and doctors fight to overcome an insidious foe. God bless you and enjoy your life over there together with my brother; he also had a such a wonderful heart like you! Hans
Posted by Nikky And Jibola Oyekanmi on 26th May 2018
Adebayo Babajide Omo Olujohungbe, continue to rest in perfect peace. Sun re o! Nike and Jibola
Posted by Bola Oyeledun on 8th June 2017
Sleep in Bayo...continue to rest in perfect peace...
Posted by George Sands on 4th June 2017
Doctor Ade, we will NEVER forget you, you were a 'very special' Doctor and my colleagues in the Leukaemia Fund loved working with you in every way. You were an inspiration to each one of us and, I know, the Nurses were in awe of the way you always made your patients feel so much at home. EVERYBODY loved you and your passing has been felt by so many people. Rest in peace, you earned it well enough. God bless your lovely family, they are very proud of you in so many ways.
Posted by Felix Konotey-Ahulu on 3rd June 2017
I have been trying for 4 years to get in touch with Mrs Olujohungbe. Her husband was a great contributor to my International Sickle Cell Disease Patient Achievers' Conferences in London (Royal Society of Medicine) 1993, and in Ghana 1995 and 2010. Funsho James & Olivia Folasade please email felix@konotey-ahulu.com or felix@sicklecell.md. Your father was a Great Achiever! Best wishes. Prof Felix Konotey-Ahulu.
Posted by Ayo Olujohungbe on 3rd June 2017
HBD to you brother. I am sure there is dancing in heaven, your good and kind nature is outliving you for the better. Peace perfect peace be yours
Posted by Adeyemi Olufolabi on 3rd June 2017
It is well. Reminded that all is very temporary and we should invest in the eternal values. Thank you again Bayo for the colour you added to our lives. Blessings
Posted by Jide Makinde on 27th May 2017
Time flies but still in our hearts. Sleep well Adebayo.
Posted by Aderonke Obayan on 27th May 2017
Bayo, you are missed but we know that you are better where you are. Bola and Ronke Obayan.
Posted by Lande Abisogun on 27th May 2017
Jide, you were taken away way too soon, but you are still lovingly remembered and sorely missed. May your talented and beautiful soul continue to rest in peace, perfect peace. Amen
Posted by Funmilola Adigun on 26th May 2017
Cant believe its 4 years already! Continue to rest in peace Bayo. May God continue to comfort yr children and entire family.
Posted by Nikky And Jibola Oyekanmi on 26th May 2017
You will forever be missed. May Almighty God continue to comfort all your family members. Amen. Adebayo Babajide Omo Olujohungbe sun re o.
Posted by Ayo Olujohungbe on 26th May 2017
Hello Bayo, 4 years since we last spoke on a daily basis, this is still a fresh wound that will never heal. We all miss you dearly but your creator needs you so we concur. Continue to rest in perfect peace till we meet again
Posted by Hans Knecht on 26th May 2017
Dear Ade, Your smile is ever lasting and your myeloma research continues. Hans
Posted by Atinuke Omogbehin on 26th May 2017
Bayo, How is it 4 years already? It seems like yesterday and I am still in such disbelief. Eternal rest my dear friend. Your light shines bright and can never be dimmed.
Posted by Folayan Osekita on 26th May 2017
Bayo! 4yrs gone! Ur resting with ur Maker now! I am very sure that all is well with you where you are right now! Ur gone from here but memories linger on! I remember u dear brother! May God Continue to Keep ur beautiful soul for Eternity! Till we meet to part no more! Shalom shalom shalom! Osay! Prophet & Evangelist Folayan Osekita MBA!
Posted by Akintunde Akinkunmi on 26th May 2017
It seems like yesterday when the sad news of Bayo's passing came through. He will always be in the memories of all who knew him. May his kind and gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace in the bosom of our Lord and Saviour
Posted by Olayinka Oluwole on 26th May 2017
Cherishing beautiful memories today and always. Continue to rest in perfect peace.Amen
Posted by Kemi Nee Olujohungbe on 4th June 2016
Bayo, you left a wide gap behind. We all miss you still. But on the Resurrection Day, we trust God that we shall all meet again to part no more in Jesus Christ's Name. We all continue to depend on God 's Comfort. Rest on in the bosom of Our Father, Almighty Jehovah!
Posted by Adedeji Oluwatosin on 4th June 2016
Bayo, Gone too soon, I am grateful for the generosity and grace you extended to me when It was so needed and scarce....Thanks for gracing us all with your easy company and love. See you you on our Lord's return. Deji
Posted by Ibrahim Chindo on 4th June 2016
We remember your always Sicky. "CLC" on behalf of your classmates at King's College Lagos from 1973 to 1978.
Posted by Ayo Olujohungbe on 3rd June 2016
dear Adebayo, 3 years just like that I last heard your voice, I miss you much and will always love you more so in death our inevitable end. Sleep well brother until it is time to meet to part no more. Hope Mr Choi and dad and mum and you are all at the feet of God. Adieu brother
Posted by Sabine Mai on 3rd June 2016
Dear Ade; you are always with us. We continue the work on myeloma as we had planned. There is a lot of progress. We think of you and remember you. You left too early but remain in our hearts forever, Sabine.
Posted by Hans Knecht on 28th May 2016
Dear Ade, I still remember you as it had been yesterday. Definitely, God takes his best often very young! We have to accept and to hope to meet them again when our time comes. With love! Your friend Hans
Posted by Adeyemi Olufolabi on 28th May 2016
Remembering a friend and brother.
Posted by Lande Abisogun on 27th May 2016
You remain forever in our hearts. Continue to rest in perfect peace, dear Jidé. xx
Posted by Jide Makinde on 26th May 2016
Still in our hearts. Sleep well my friend.
Posted by Celestine Nweze on 26th May 2016
I can feel you looking down on us lovingly and beaming with your usual affectionate smiles. I know what you’re thinking: what an irony with humans – mourning and missing you while they should be rejoicing at your triumphant repose in glory. Of course I know you understand that we do not yet understand it well and we shall understand it better bye and bye.
Posted by Ayo Olujohungbe on 26th May 2016
Kronje, your memories are forever with those of us that we're lucky enough to be associated with you, continue to be in perfect peace with the Lord till the day we will meet to part no more. Adieu brother
Posted by Nikky And Jibola Oyekanmi on 26th May 2016
Adebayo Babajide omo Olujohungbe sun re o! Much love for you and your whole family always.
Posted by Atinuke Omogbehin on 26th May 2016
My dearest Bayo, It is so hard to believe it has been 3 years; we share a special bond and you are never far from my thoughts. Continue to rest in the arms of our dear Lord. May the Lord continue to comfort Danita and the kids. Amen
Posted by Folayan Osekita on 26th May 2016
Bayo! It's been 3 years now! You are respectfully and fondly remembered. Continue to rest in the Lord Jesus Christ ... till we meet again to part no more at Jesus' Feet. My brother and friend ... I miss you so much. But I know that it is well ... because where you are ... we are coming too someday ... Shalom ailekhum!
Posted by Akintunde Akinkunmi on 26th May 2016
Siki P, 3 years already? Resi in perfect peace bro
Posted by Femi Akingbade on 26th May 2016
Wow.....3 years before already.....continue to rest in peace SikiPee
Posted by Chike Okocha on 26th May 2016
Dear Bayo, I can't believe it's three years already! We sure miss you here but are reassured by the knowledge that you are with the Lord. Rest dear friend
Posted by Olayinka Oluwole on 26th May 2016
Continue to rest in perfect peace my dear Bayo .We love you but God loves you more . Abiding in his love Always .Amen
Posted by Olumide Adeotoye on 13th June 2015
Dear Bayo, it seems like a long time ago! Memories remain, you ran your race and left your mark. Continue to rest in His blossom good friend.
Posted by Ann Pugliese on 12th June 2015
Danita, we were neighbors when you visited Minnesota. Just yesterday Joe wore the Manchester shirt that Ade gave him and I decided to look into what he was doing now. We are so shocked to hear of his death! He was so charming and so proud of his family. I had always hoped that we might run into him again some day... Our condolences. Ann and Joe Pugliese
Posted by Ete Ambah on 4th June 2015
Siki P you are sorely missed always. Continue to rest my brother and friend.
Posted by Adeyinka Adesida on 4th June 2015
May your lovely and gentle soul continue to rest in peace, Bayo!!!
Posted by Nikky And Jibola Oyekanmi on 3rd June 2015
Missing you with fond memories. Sun re o Adebayo Babajide omo Olujohungbe.
Posted by Lande Abisogun on 3rd June 2015
Remembering you, Bayo, on what would have been your 52nd birthday. Memories of you live on. May your dear soul continue to rest in peace - perfect peace. Amen.
Posted by Adeyemi Olufolabi on 3rd June 2015
Bayo Bayo. Wont forget you brother. My memories are good ones. Be at peace.
Posted by Karen Pitsanuk on 3rd June 2015
An amazing man who helped my family through the most difficult time of our lives. Rest peacefully.
Posted by Jide Makinde on 28th May 2015
It's just the time that flies; still seem like yesterday though. Sleep well my friend. Miss you from your travel stops in Toronto. Makinde's family.
Posted by Linda Mcneely on 27th May 2015
Fondly remembered Ade on Pauls 45th Birthday today. He and Liam along with Dennis and I miss you so much. Sleep Peacefully. McNeely family.
Posted by PJ ! on 26th May 2015
Bayo its been 2 years since you left us ... We miss you terribly but we have the hope of a resurrection where we will all meet to part no more.Even though our hearts ache, we know you are in a better place. Rest well my brother. Sun re o
Posted by Ayo Olujohungbe on 26th May 2015
How I wish we had more quality time together. Keep resting in peace as you are really missed on a daily basis

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