ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Adebisi nee Bamgbose, 52 years old, born on April 29, 1968, and passed away on March 13, 2021. We will remember her forever.

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Date: Thursday, April 8, 2021
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Kindly join the virtual Burial service of Mrs Adebisi Omotola Rosanwo
Date: Friday, April 9, 2021
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Posted by adeola oyegbade on April 9, 2021
I pray your beautiful soul continues to rest in peace beloved sister. Gentle, selfless and generous - o ye Oluwa.
Posted by Adegoke Omotola on April 8, 2021
TRIBUTE TO A VIRTUOUS WOMAN.

What words can I use to describe an elegant, favoured, zealous, outstanding, patient, determined, dependable, courageous, reliable, resilient, charming, God fearing, generous, humble, joyful, listening, simple, cheerful, supportive and encouraging Adebisi Rosanwo.

You were indeed a SISTER. I remember the several interactions that we had and how you took up every matter as if it was yours.

Your passing is extremely painful. However, we are comforted that you were a vessel unto honour and certainly resting in the bossom of the Lord.

My deepest condolences to your dear Husband Pastor Rosanwo and his entire family as well as the Bamgbose family.

May the Lord bless and keep your sweet memory in Jesus Name

Goke and Yemi Omotola.
Posted by bolaji edwards on April 7, 2021
Bisi- What an Angel you were and an Angel you will always be. Truthfully, words fail me but I know without a doubt we will soon see the very purpose of your existence as the many lives you touched manifest the harvest of the seeds you sowed in them. This will be a continuous reminder of exactly who you are and knowing you will always be around living through these lives.
May the good Lord be with your entire family.
My dearest Ronke, thank you for sharing Bisi with us. God shall surely comfort you.
Tutu and Enitan - In this time of pain, our Heavenly Father shall be your strength.
Posted by Oseiwe Anetor on April 6, 2021
I was shocked to hear of Mummy’s demise today. I admired your simplicity from afar and when the opportunity to work and relate closely with you came my way, I got to see how beautiful you were both inside and outside. You gave everyone a listening ear and nobody’s idea was ever ignored by you as you treat everybody with respect.
Your legacy is truly blessed and wrapped in glory and it shall surely endure.
May the good Lord comfort and strengthen daddy, your children and the family of God you left behind at this difficult time.

Adieu Mummy Rosanwo
Posted by Nkiru Olumide-Ojo on April 6, 2021
Dear Sister Bisi,

I remember your gentlessness, the dignity with which you comported yourself but more than this i remember your commitment to the missions team at HOHG. It wasn't a role you took lightly, you were so conscientious..working behind the scenes. Never seeking the limelight..it was with a grin I received the news that marriage had thrust you in the limelight which from all accounts you carried so well.
You never walked so lightly that you didn't make an impact. May your memory be blessed and may it remain a lesson for the rest of us.
May God comfort Pastor, your entire family the church.
Sun re o.
Posted by Temitope Oke on April 6, 2021
Ever loving, ever caring and ever supportive Debisi. A woman of virtue and with so much passion for God. Am going to miss you my dear friend and colleague but God loves you more
Posted by Funmi Green on April 5, 2021
Wow! What sad news!!
Tribute to a loving and exceptional worthy favourite person whose gentle and caring nature touched me. A beautiful woman inside and out. ADEBISI ROSANWO. The angels carried you to be with the Lord. You did your best whilst here on earth and you will forever be remembered by all for your good deeds. Beloved Bisi Rest in peace.
Posted by Modupe Bakare on April 5, 2021
It is with shock and disbelieve that we received the death of Mrs Adebisi Rosanwo.
Adebisi was a woman of great virtue. A pleasant, soft spoken, genuine and delightful person who impressed positively on lives whilst on earth.
"Didun ni iranti olododo" (sweetness is the remembrance of the righteous).
Our heartfelt condolences goes to her aged mother, husband, siblings and friends she left behind.
May God grant you the fortitude to bear this great loss.
Continue to rest in the bosom of our lord Jesus Christ.
Mr Taiwo & Mrs Modupeola Bakare
Posted by ADEBAYO DARAMOLA on April 4, 2021
What a loss? The only consolation we have is that we shall all meet at the bosom of our creator. Truly nobody expects this but who are we to query God. I pray that God will give the entire families of Rosanwo and Bamgbose the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. All the 1991 Set of Faculty of Agriculture, Unilorin will miss you. Good night to our caring colleague and sister. May God comfort us all. Amen
Posted by Uloma Okodugha on April 4, 2021
Dear Mummy Rosanwo, Since the day I received the news of your passing, hardly a day passes without me thinking about you. It has been difficult coming to terms with your demise. Right from the day you stepped into EDWJ till the last time I saw you, you radiated so much joy and love. Your zeal for the ministry was remarkable. Your life was exemplary and impactful. You would call or send text messages to check up on me and my family. I have gone through your text messages many times. I can only imagine what your family is going through. Our loss is heaven’s gain. May God comfort your family. Rest on in the bosom of our LORD. Amen!
Posted by Omoh Ojo on April 3, 2021
Dear Mummy Rosanwo,                      I still find it hard to believe that you have gone to be with the Lord. I was lost in my thoughts for weeks when I got the news but I finally had peace when you came to me in the dream all blooming... I will not mourn like those with no faith ( 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 ). You were a mother figure to me. All I have left are beautiful memories of you. Good night Mummy Rosanwo. sleep well Ma
Posted by Ruth Awojobi on April 3, 2021
Dear Aunty Bisi
It’s taken me a while to post a tribute as I’m still coming to terms with the fact that you have returned to your maker.
Thank you for being that bright light that always filled the room you entered
You truly were a virtuous woman
Beautiful inside and out
You will definitely be missed
Posted by Taiwo Adetifa on April 2, 2021
Aunty Bisi is a woman of Great virtue and honour she is so easing going and a virtuous woman to the core always ready to help and always peaceful Your news of death is so shocking ! But God understands better it’s well... i know you are resting in Gods arms now you have fought a good fight of faith till we meet to part no more yours sister Taiwo gbemisola.
Posted by Dami AWOJOBI on April 2, 2021
My Darling Aunty B,
The news of your death was such a rude shock and so hard to fathom. You were so kind, loving, caring and very generous to a fault. You would always go above and beyond. You had such an excellent spirit and handled everything as such. You were always concerned about everything to do with me and mine.
Aunty, your Damz misses you so much!
Continue to rest in the bossom of your Maker.
Posted by Omolola Ezeifeoma on April 2, 2021
Hmmm. Sad to write this tribute so early, yet I choose to Glorify God for His Abubdant Grace for a life well lived.
We met July 2006 when I joined Globacom MIS unit. We started as colleagues, then we became friends, then I realised I had a big sister.
She never treated me like a younger one, she was calm, always sort ways to achieve things without crossing the path of others.
I hold dear memories of the last time spent together. She accomodated me in her office and was a great host, little did I know, it was our last time seeing each other.
I trust our Good Lord to keep all Loved Ones left behind.
Indeed we are but Memories.....

Goodnight Sister 'Debisi

Omolola Ezeifeoma (Management Information Systems Globacom)
Posted by Tokunboh Akinbiyi on April 2, 2021
Debisi couldn't be flustered. She was very helpful in addressing Enterprise client challenges but at the same time firm and never sacrificing professionalism and ethical conduct. She is a big loss to Globacom. She was a very gentle soul and christ like. May the good Lord grant her loved ones the fortitude to bear the loss in Jesus Name, Amen!!!
Posted by Peter Rosanwo on April 1, 2021
Dear mom,
The news of your death came as a shock in a way I could not possibly have imagined. The last couple of days hasn’t been easy but I never got the opportunity to thank you. I am so grateful for the love and happiness you have brought this family and the wonderful memories that we will all cherish. I will miss your unconditional act of kindness you gave me and my siblings and the care and love you gave us and I’m proud to have been giving the opportunity to call you mum.
We love you and we will cherish the happy memories you have brought us from your son, Peter Rosanwo
Posted by Omolara Ojo on April 1, 2021
I am not an emotional person by default but this one got me. I will miss your gentleness, respect so freely given, decency to the core, most importantly the sermons and prayers. You were a prayer warrior. I pray that God will comfort dear Pst. Rosanwo and the children. God will be with your mother and all your siblings/family. The church (EDWJ) misses you. Adieu, rest on beloved.
Posted by Oluwadara Olayinka on April 1, 2021
Dear Aunty Bisi,
The news of your passing came as a great shock to me. It’s still very hard to accept that you are no longer here with us. I have fond memories of coming to visit you in Ikeja with my mum as a child. I also remember crying at your wedding because I realised I wouldn’t get to see you as often anymore. You were such a sweet and caring soul Thank you for being an amazing friend to my mum and a lovely aunty to me. I know you are resting peacefully in God’s arms. I love you forever!❤️
Posted by Sammy Olamilokun on April 1, 2021
My Darling Aunty Bisi,
As the days pass by I still can't believe you are no more here with us.
I remember all the beautiful memories I shared with you and times when I stayed with you growing up.
I bless God for all the good times we shared and I pray the Lord Grant's you eternal rest.

Death ends a life, not a relationship.’ This quote has helped me come to peace with the passing of you . Although you are no more here with us I know our memories together lives on.”

In conclusion, I want everyone to consider the life and legacy of Aunt Bisi. She would want us to remember all the shared times but not with us sad or in tears.
Forever In Our Hearts.

Love you Aunty.
Thank you for everything .❤️
Posted by Nike Olayinka on March 31, 2021

BR, my sweet, gentle, peaceful warrior. Thank you for times shared and memories made. Our last chat will forever be etched in my memory. Love you now, always and forever. Rest easy my sweet sister❤️.
Posted by Alice Gbadamosi on March 31, 2021
Adebisi your death is still a shock to us. Why God allowed it is still a mystery Kabi O ko si . Very humble and amiable. May God give all of us you left behind the strength to bear this great loss and may your soul rest in peace.
When we all get to heaven
What a day of rejoicing that will be
When we all see Jesus
We'll shout and sing the victory.
Good night
Posted by OLAJUMOKE OKE FAYINMINNU on March 31, 2021
I could not read it well at first and left Agric Unilorin '91 platform. I came back again to read what was posted. I was short of words when I read that Bisi had passed on. Bisi fondly called 'Bisi Oye' was my room and bunk mate in 400 level in Unilorin and that was when I knew her very well. She was a kind hearted person, humble, respectful, friendly and very very nice. I noticed she could go extra mile to give. I knew both of us used to celebrate our birthdays in April which we would have fun on our platform. Hmm but what can we do or say Oh God than It is well. 'Bisi continue to rest and sleep in the bosom of your creator until the glorious day. May God keep, guide and protect the family she left behind. Adieu Adebisi Rosanwo Omo Bamigbose, sun re O!!!
Posted by Charlotte Ola on March 31, 2021
Bisi! What do I write? What do I say? This is sad and hard......very hard but yet must be taken with no questions to the unquestionable God whom you lived and served till the very end! You have left beautiful memories on the the sands of life and I choose to remember you that way. Your smile, your calmness, your commitment to friendship, your impact on lives and willingness to help will never be forgotten. Beautiful memories of you we choose to hold onto. May God continually comfort all of yours you have left behind as we hold onto the consolation that we shall meet again at the feet of our Lord, Jesus. Sleep well beautiful Bisi!
Posted by Ronke Olamilokun on March 31, 2021
Adebisi Rosanwo - An Angelic being.

It felt like a dream and I just wanted someone to tell me this was not true! That Adebisi had changed her earthly address for the heavenly one!
Shocked! Speechless!! Dazed !!! This described the state I was, when I received a phone call in the wee hours of 13th March, 2021 that you have gone to be with your Creator! Wow! Just like that... no goodbyes, there was no inkling that the last time we spoke a couple of months before was gonna be the last time!

“Debisi mi”, as I fondly call you, your sudden exit caught me unawares, and left a lot of us dumbstruck, but one thing reigned so true with you... In your usual silent giant strides, you made a huge impact in the lives of everyone who crossed your path. You lived a life of service to God and humanity, and that’s exemplary of your persona!!

The great memories of our times together are all that I have left now, and which I will always hold very dear to my heart.
You were simply endearing! Your beautiful, warm & gentle smile was soothing and captivating! You were an Amazing fixer! Always ready to lend a shoulder to cry & lean on! Very supportive, reliable and loyal!

Thank you for giving me so much to remember Debisi mi!
I take deep solace in the fact that our separation is only temporal, this is very comforting & reassuring for me and fully aware that you are happy, peaceful and joyful ... having a ball with our heavenly Father!

I am honoured & privileged to have been part of your life. You were truly an angel in human form! I loved you so much while you were here on Earth and even in death, I still love you Debisi mi.
You have a left a vacuum so deep and wide in the lives of so many! You were simply SPECIAL!
I pray that the Great Comforter comforts the Bamgbose & Rosanwo families, and all of us whose lives you touched!

For me, it ain’t goodbye but good night Debisi mi.❤️❤️

Aderonke Olamilokun.
Posted by James Rosanwo on March 31, 2021
Mum, the news of your death struck us to the core. I wish we had the chance to thank you for the light you brought to our family and to our dad especially. You were a radiant and kind soul that touched and elevated every single person around you and you will be missed sorely. We take solace in knowing the fact that you were loved and lived a life worth living. From yours truly, your children Ayo, James, Peter and Favour.
Posted by Oluwatoba Olamilokun on March 31, 2021
It is HARD to accept your death; especially when we didn't have the chance to say goodbye; how you left was so sudden at the prime of life and most especially when it seems like an irreplaceable part of our world is gone. We look to God because he's the only one who can comfort us. May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace and the may the Almighty grant your family and loved ones the fortitude to bear the loss. R.I.P Aunty Debisi.
Posted by Adebola Adebamowo on March 30, 2021
Sleep in the bossom of the Lord till we meet to part no more. We'll surely miss you aunty Bisi. Rest in peace
Posted by Ayo Adebamowo on March 30, 2021
I received the news of your passing on that Saturday morywith great shock and sorrowful heart. I first got to know you through your dear friend and my sister Ronke. And in those few years you’ve made such a great impact. Your sweet nature and your thoughtfulness are memories we will always cherish until the day we meet to part no more. Adieu Aunty Bisi.
Posted by Tomi Egbo on March 30, 2021
Goodnight Aunty Bisi, I honestly can’t believe I am writing this. Thank you for being a caring friend to my Aunty Ronke. We lost but heaven gained a beautiful soul who cared for anyone who crossed your path. Rest in peace.☹️
Posted by Anne Fasan on March 30, 2021
We missed a very wonderful and loving friend , sister and daugher of Zion. We love you , but Christ's love you more.
May your gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Cosmas Daramola on March 30, 2021
Our lost is heavens gain, rest on beloved till we all join you in the resurrection morning. May the God of all comfort comfort your husband children, the entire family and the Church in Jesus name.
Posted by Sade Adebamowo on March 29, 2021
Aunty Bisi was a committed friend to my Sis in law and she is very friendly. Her radiance was full of joy and positive vibes. She is also an encourager and dedicated to her work. She was a loving wife and trusted person. We will miss you so much.Goodnight Aunty
Posted by Oyeniran Kehinde on March 29, 2021
Mummy Rosanwo,

So sad to hear that you have gone to meet your maker so soon.
God will comfort the family you left behind and Grant you Eternal Rest. Amen
Posted by Michelle Akinola on March 28, 2021
I really don't know what to write...... I'll miss you ... Your smile, your face when you are not sure of what you want to get.... As I write my eyes are filled with tears... When I heard the new that night, I couldn't sleep.. one thing's for certain is your are with the good lord..... That am glad about.... I miss you mum!
Posted by Moshope Dasuki on March 28, 2021
I don't even know where and how to start , it was a shock to hear you are gone , you are such a wonderful person to the family... Can remember during my introduction how u planned the whole event and make it successful.
I was happy when i heard d good news but never knew it will turn to this,God knows best he giveth and taketh
Grant to her eternal rest and let light perpetual shine upon her, may the soul of Adebisi Rosanwo and the souls of all departed through the mercy of God rest in peace Amen

Good night Cousin Adebisi
Posted by Betty Esumobi on March 27, 2021
I have always been a distant admirer of your elegance, beauty, respect for all & fear for God from afar, looking forward @ each Provincial Programme with the hope of seeing you again. I just wonder why you have to leave so so soon, but one thing is sure, your loving memories are forever printed in the sands of time & you are resting with the Lord far from the troubles of this world. May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Onah Abiodun on March 27, 2021
How I wish someone wakes me up from sleep? And will say thank God it was all a dream? Your precious loving soul will rest in perfect peace!
Posted by Abiola Williams on March 27, 2021


TRIBUTE TO MY MADAM, MY PASTOR, MY AUNT, MY BEST BIG SISTER

Wonderful woman, loving leader, dependable, hardworking, faithful big sister, compassionate leader who shows how to do things, a leader who gives direction and advise, excellent administrator, passionate workaholic, anointed woman of God who had integrity. She was fearless and had the most amazing work ethic. She was someone’s strength, someone’s inspiration and someone’s reason to never give up 100%. She had a good heart. These are just few of the attributes of the woman who was Aunty Adebisi Rosanwo nee Bamgbose.

God in His wisdom and mercy gave me the kind of Boss many dream to have. This is the woman I was privileged to have worked with for over 10 years. In all the years that we worked together, I never had one moment of regret. She was set in her ways to make a difference and she had the people. Who will do for us all the things that only Aunty could do? And the answer comes to me “it is well”. You were a role model and now we can proudly say that you left footprints in the sands of time. Admittedly we have lost a precious jewel.

Where do I start? It’s hard to put into words how I feel about my Aunt’s passing. When we lost you Aunty Debisi, I wish I could see you one more time, I wish you could call my phone severally as you always did and ask me where are you now I’m waiting for you at home. Sometimes looking through the window from your room and asking if i'm the one parking. Come walking through the door…. But I know that is impossible. I will hear your voice no more. I know you can feel my tears. And you don’t want me to cry. Yet my heart is broken because I can’t understand why someone so precious had to die. It is hard to believe that the angels have packed you home at a time we least expected. It is hard to come into terms with the fact that I will never hear from you again. Sweet memories fill me anytime I remember our plenty fights, how you tell me you have reported me to Pastor and how we always end it hugging.

The advice you found pleasure in sharing with me will forever be cherished. Your benevolent smile lifted my heart anytime you were near me. It’s gone now! She was my Boss, but I have always felt that she loved me like her own blood sister. And it breaks my heart that I have to bid her the final good bye..

The adventures at your church and how you worry so much about the children’s department and teenagers especially during Christmas party wanting every child to have a gift and a meal. You would call my name severally ensuring every child got a hotdog. Visits to your besties and cousins house celebrating their children. She had treated each one like her own. She was a fantastic party planner. Her party was my party. She introduced me proudly. I want to thank you for believing in me and loving me unconditionally. She was always proud of me and she couldn’t hide it. I learnt to keep my head low and never get carried away in the midst of her accolades. May your soul rest in perfect peace.

The gist we always had whenever I visited your place lingers in my mind. Best of all is the instance of sorting your 2020 Christmas gifts and laying your bed and how you told me beni ti e nri, aburo mi atata. How you wished I had stayed a little more when it’s time to go. Those special memories of you will always bring a smile. If only I could have you back for just a little while. Then we could sit and talk again in your bedroom just like we used to do. We didn’t realize we were making memories and the memories are sneaking out of my eyes and rolling down my cheeks. Sometimes we will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes A MEMORY. Too many to count……. ….I can’t thank God enough for giving me an opportunity to spend time with you while you were alive. Little did I know we were counting days. You always meant so very much and always will.

You had the compassion to listen to the needs of others. I remembered on 29th of October 2020 when Mr Dola Bamgboye was buried, you attended the funeral service and you noticed I was not in church. I wondered how you noticed that given the number of people in attendance. You called me immediately after the service and questioned why I was not there. I explained I chose the option of viewing via zoom. You were caring like that. I truly miss you.

I also remember how you called me severally late into the night just to call Kenny when he lost his Dad in February 2021. You were happy when I told you I’d spoken to him. You made me promise I would visit him the next day just because you couldn’t make it to his at the time and you followed up to make sure I did. What we shared will never die. It lives within my heart, bringing strength and comfort while we are apart. All I have are memories. Your memory is a keepsake from which I’ll never part.

Even as we grieve, we rejoice with you. We had plans but I understand that having caught a glimpse of glorious Heaven, it was impossible for you to remain in this world of sin and pain. I am deeply comforted to know that though you are absent from the body, you are present with the Lord. You fought a good fight and you won the race. You left a legacy that will be read through the generations, current and to come. You left a mark in our hearts and nothing will ever erase. It is indelible in our hearts.

I pray that God will give your husband, grandma, siblings and the entire family strength and somehow get them through as they struggle with the heartache that came when we lost you.

God has you in HIS arms; I have you in my heart. Your memories will live through me. Your first daughter like I told Grandma. Abiola Williams



Sent from my Galaxy

Posted by Campbell Roseline on March 26, 2021
Dear Bisi, the news of your passing was quite shocking to me though our paths never crossed again since we both left school over 30 years ago.... I pray God's presence feels the vacuum you left in every life you touched and may your gentle soul rest in peace...
Posted by Gbemisola Abedo on March 26, 2021
Adebisi, my ore otito,

I wish I could change times and events on the Saturday I received a phone call that my best friend of 49years turned Sister, is now in her mansion in Heaven, with her Creator, her First love, her Confidant and her all in all on that Saturday and I had no incline before that you were going back home sooner than I had ever imagined.

When I was told to write a tribute about Adebisi my loyal friend, I said to myself, but how can I write just a page about someone whom I have known for almost all my life and where exactly do I start from?
After much pondering, I asked the HolySpirit for guidance as to how to write a heart warming and sincere tribute about a beautiful, remarkable and sincere friend who called me Egbon (though we began as friends) until Thursday 29 October 2020 in Lekki, unknown to me that it was our last time together until we meet again and part no more.

My Bestie was exceptionally brilliant, highly resourceful, reliable, honest, cool headed, prayer warrior, she had no guile in her, just as it is said in John 1:47. Adebisi was dogged in her service to Jesus and the body of Christ to the end. She was so trustworthy that she became the family accountant and Book keeper.
Millions of Naira could be entrusted in her care for months and years knowing, she will be a good steward of your deposits and will always give you detailed accounts of all your withdrawals. She never took what was not hers but rather, she adds to you.
Thank you for the whole week you dedicated to me in Nigeria during Dola’s demise and celebration of life. You were Proverbs 27:17
to me. Who can find anyone like you again?

May God please comfort your honourable husband Pastor Femi, Sis Bukola, Sis Nike, Dayo, Enioluwaferan, Ronke, Enitan, their husbands, Sons, Daughters and her beautiful aged Mother. Your God daughter Jedidyah said thank you for the last gift you gave her for her 10th birthday.

I will surely miss you Adebisi, my irreplaceable besto & Aburo. I shall take solace in the fact that, where you have gone, we too shall all come there after our work on earth is done. You are now in that Heaven your life preached till the end.

Loved you in life & in death my Friend and Sister Adebisi♥️
Posted by Olumide Akinsola on March 26, 2021
Aunt 'Debisi has we fondly called you, I find it so hard to share this piece, you touched my life in various ways ;
Your mannerism and how you handled issues that you were involved with was purely out of the genuine love of God and mankind.
Your were an example of a True Christian.
In that same Office space we shared I saw a display of different roles you played;
A True daughter of the Most High God;
A dotting wife to your husband… I remember those words when you call him at work, smiling…."Pastor Ross";
A wonderful daughter to your Mum;
A dependable Sister to your siblings;
A Mother to so many Children, I cant count your yearly ritual of Students seeking University Admission that you always processed, your love for Children and their welfare was paramount to you;
A marriage Counselor;
A workaholic that was so detailed and Professional in her Dealings

Working with you was joy and happiness, you were transparent in your dealings, I learnt a lot from you ; you had a human face to every issue.
You brought clarity and light when issues are dark.
You were a torchlight to all.

Sleep on My True Sister who always watched my Back irrespective of the circumstances.
If I choose to work with anyone in my next life, I would choose you again and again.
Rest In Peace My Dearest Sis.

Posted by Funke Nwankwo on March 26, 2021
Dear Adebisi, it was a rude shock when i heard about your demise. I just couldn't believe it but gradually the reality set in. I've always known you to be gentle, calm and soft spoken since our days at Federal School of Art & Science Ondo.

You were such a pleasant lady, who affected lives positively by your good nature. You will never be forgotten and you will be greatly missed. Rest on Bisi in the bosom of your maker till the resurrection morning when we shall all meet to part no more. Adieu.
Posted by Ada Memeh on March 25, 2021
The news of your passing was and still is a reality too hard to accept.
Your sweet smile complimented your gentle carriage, and the strength you exuded was admirable.
Your life ministered a lot to me and I am sure to so many others. You will be sorely missed but choose to trust God to take this and do what He is famous for... Giving Strength to carry on. Sleep on till that glorious resurrection morning.
Posted by Esta Ebong on March 26, 2021
My dearest Aunty Debisi....
So amiable, diligent, dedicated, ever cheerful, intelligent, peaceful, very humble and above all a God lover... You touched lives with your gentleness.
Ma, you will be fondly remembered and greatly missed.
May your gentle soul rest in peace!
Posted by Mo Dawodu on March 25, 2021
My darling Bisi!

Words fail me...haaa. o ma se o.
Sun re o!..my sweet loving thoughtful and gentle sister. Sister in love to my friend Bisi. You will be sorely missed..
O digbose. Ao pade lese Jesu. Simi laya Oluwa re

Loads of fond memories !

Aunty Motunde
Posted by Bose Akamiokhor on March 25, 2021
Dear Bisi,

I remember you with fondest memories during our time in Unilorin. ‘Bisi O yeah’ was what we fondly called you. Fun times with you, Ronke, Ada, Lawunmi, Kenny, Funlola, Funke ...
Laughter and joy was your trademark.
If there’s any consolation, thankful you were a Child of God who has gone home to the Father.

May the Lord comfort the entire family and friends you have left behind.

Sun Re O!
Posted by Olufunlola Jeje on March 25, 2021
Dear Bisi,

I read with shock your passing on to glory. You had such a good heart, ready to help when called upon and was always calm.

My dearest birthday mate, you will no doubt be missed by all of us. May your beautiful soul Rest In Peace.

Sun re o!
Posted by Motunde Adeyemo on March 25, 2021
Beloved daughter of Zion , it seems so unreal that you are no longer with us. Who are we to query God. You came, you saw and you conquered. All glory to God . Rest in peace till we meet at the feet of Jesus.

From Pastor Mrs Racheal A. Odesola
Wife of C.O/PICRegion 1
Posted by Gbemisola Ceo on March 25, 2021
Soft spoken,easy and peaceful were the experiences i had with you during the times i was opportuned to bead jewelry for you and you also bought asooke at some point.You will be greatly missed,i pray your soul rest easy and in peace,Jesus loves you more to come rest on His chest from all of lifes struggles,i believe you are in a better place.Till we meet to part no more.Adieu!!
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Posted by adeola oyegbade on April 9, 2021
I pray your beautiful soul continues to rest in peace beloved sister. Gentle, selfless and generous - o ye Oluwa.
Posted by Adegoke Omotola on April 8, 2021
TRIBUTE TO A VIRTUOUS WOMAN.

What words can I use to describe an elegant, favoured, zealous, outstanding, patient, determined, dependable, courageous, reliable, resilient, charming, God fearing, generous, humble, joyful, listening, simple, cheerful, supportive and encouraging Adebisi Rosanwo.

You were indeed a SISTER. I remember the several interactions that we had and how you took up every matter as if it was yours.

Your passing is extremely painful. However, we are comforted that you were a vessel unto honour and certainly resting in the bossom of the Lord.

My deepest condolences to your dear Husband Pastor Rosanwo and his entire family as well as the Bamgbose family.

May the Lord bless and keep your sweet memory in Jesus Name

Goke and Yemi Omotola.
Posted by bolaji edwards on April 7, 2021
Bisi- What an Angel you were and an Angel you will always be. Truthfully, words fail me but I know without a doubt we will soon see the very purpose of your existence as the many lives you touched manifest the harvest of the seeds you sowed in them. This will be a continuous reminder of exactly who you are and knowing you will always be around living through these lives.
May the good Lord be with your entire family.
My dearest Ronke, thank you for sharing Bisi with us. God shall surely comfort you.
Tutu and Enitan - In this time of pain, our Heavenly Father shall be your strength.
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Shared by Helkemos Helen on March 23, 2021
It's hard to forget someone as beautiful as you inside out, you gave me so much to remember sister Bisi. Words seem so feeble in moments like these, you sighted me on the Estate platform and  we connected, you weren't just a client but a big sister, friend and confidant, i was blessed to meet through you your wonderful families and friends who became big sisters too. In honour of a life so beautifully lived.
I sing...
When I've gone the last mile of the way,
I will rest at the close of the day,,
And I know there are joys that await me,
When I've gone the last mile of the way.
REST ON SISTER.