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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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!!
Posted by Funmilayo Olaleye on March 25, 2021
Mummy as we fondly called you, You were a mother, a teacher, a confidant and a spiritual figure. You took us in with open arms and made us the women we are today. You always took your time to educate us on everything, be it spiritual, academic or home maintenance. It wasn't all rosy, we had our mother and daughter fights, you would scold us and make us understand what we did wrong, we would apologise and learn from it. You were also very quick to apologise and make amends when wrong. We thank God for the lockdown which gave us time to bond as a family, you would tease us with our nicknames: funmi (rugudu, meaning round and chubby) tolu (lepa meaning slim) shola (alako meaning shakara girl) and daddy (Pst Ross) and we would respond Mummy Ross. We love you dearly and would miss you greatly. Shola was still talking about you coming back home so all would get back to normal, little did we know. We would forever cherish and appreciate the little time we got to spend with you. Rest on mama with love from Funmi, Shola and tolu your daughters.
Posted by Amos Oladele on March 25, 2021
It is extremely hard for me to come to term with your departure. This is one of the moments in life when the Sovereignty must be accepted. Our God reigns.
Sister Bisi you took me as a brother and made me feel like a family member. You are a true daughter of Zion. You love people without pretence and you love God without hypocrisy.
You can never be forgotten. You will remain in our heart. We did not lost you, as I told our sisters; you only travelled ahead of us. The cord that binds us together, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, can never be broken. We will see you again forever.
Take your rest darling sister.
May God strengthen the families, natural and spiritual, that you left behind.
It is well!
Posted by Alese Kolade on March 25, 2021
To God be the glory for a life well spent, the great Lord will uphold those that were left behind, rest in the bosom of our Lord and saviour Jesus till we meet again. Adieu
Posted by Seun Ezekieloni on March 25, 2021
Beloved Sitter and Pastor's wife, what else can we say? The Lord gives and takes, Blessed be His name. It is not how long sometimes but how well. Testimony abound to the fact that you left an impact. Sleep on, sleep well our beloved Sister.
Posted by Folasade Ajayi on March 24, 2021
Unquestionable you are the lord!!! Zonal mummy!!! Beautiful Woman of God. Rest in the bosom of your lord till we meet to part no more. God comfort Daddy Rosanwo and all the members of Rccg Edwj, Badore.
Posted by Ay Baba on March 24, 2021
Happy soul, earthly days are ended here below but go on with angels, ride upon the wings of the morning to the bosom of your lord and king. You were humility in motion and gracious to everyone. Our days together at DHL will always be remembered for good. You were the best work partner I ever had. RIP Adebisi Omo Oba!!
Posted by Mo Tomori on March 24, 2021
Ha Bisi! Hmmm, I don't know what to say as the news of your sudden transition was shocking to me. I remember those days at University of Ilorin, how we would walk to and from hostel to the lecture theatres and the fun with Bose, Funke, Kehinde, Ronke etc.

You were always impeccably turned out with a good sense of humor and deep laughter! . You were nicknamed 'Bisi O'yeah' from 100 level (Chemistry 101 - Dr Olaofe), and the name stuck, even post university.

Ha, o ye Oluwa oh....

I pray that the Holy Spirit comforts the entire family, because that is what only He does best! Heaven rejoices over every child of God who returns home - albeit yours was too soon.

Sun re o, ore mi. (From Lawumi Tomori nee Sodipo)
Posted by Tina Obimma on March 24, 2021
Mummy Rosanwo you had an aura of authority around you and yet soft spoken. I will miss your chats and calls rest in peace mummy Rosanwo
Posted by Rotimi Famoroti on March 24, 2021
Words fail me at this time.
Adebisi Bamgbose, I bless God for the privilege to have known you.
Rest In Peace
Posted by Oni Lanre on March 24, 2021
May the The blessed Holy Spirit comfort and console the entire family. The Lord stand by you and fill in the gap for you in Jesus name.
Posted by Oluyemisi Ope on March 24, 2021
OMG! Just heard of her demise a few minutes ago.
Bisi Bamgbose! As I used to call her when we were at DHL years ago. I can't forget her simplicity, tenacity in meeting given targets; a goal getter, simplicity, humility, generosity and kindness....what a loss! But then God knows best.
I pray Holy Spirit, the true comforter, comforts her family and loved ones in Jesus name. Amen!
Posted by Oluwaseun Adebayo on March 24, 2021
She always ignited passion with her simple acts of courage. Even in death, her memory still inspires us. Rest on till we meet at Jesus' feet on the resurrection morning. We will surely miss your act of love and kindness
Posted by Ojo Ademola on March 24, 2021
May her soul rest in peace and the Lord will console the entire families and keep all she left behind in Jesus' name.
Pastor Ademola Ojo(APICP, Zamfara Prov.)
Posted by Mae Blvd on March 24, 2021
Aunty Bisi, she called me aburo mi atata, I don't know how to get over this really... We talked about everything, she never judged me, she only listened and gave me advice. Even when everyone thought I was rebellious, she always said aburo mi I understand, ma worry everything will be ok. I didn't see her very often but whenever we saw, we would always catch up on everything . Distance was never a thing for aunty, we just always bonded instantly, to say I will miss you always is understating..... There definitely is a place for you in my heart always. I know you are in a better a place aunty....
Posted by Kehinde Joseph on March 23, 2021
Mummy, I still can’t believe you are no more! Your meekness is forever!

I will always remember you every year of my birthday because we share the same date! Your kindly gesture will continue to live in my heart!

Mummy, I love you and I will always do!
Rest on mummy!
Kennyjay Exquisites ✂️
Posted by Oluwatosin Adetoye on March 23, 2021
Dear Zonal Mummy, with a heavy heart and gratitude to God for a life well spent we submit to His will. I wasn't close to you but I saw in you a gentle spirit, you radiate joy and always have a smile to give even to those you barely know. I recall you holding my baby 7years ago during her dedication with so much joy. You had such a large heart and you gave a slice to everyone who came your way. May God grant you eternal rest and give those of us alive today the grace to run this race to the very end so we can all meet in glory! May God console your loved ones and the family you left behind.

Oluwatosin Fasusi (Mrs)
EDWJ Parish
Posted by Olumide Bamgbose on March 23, 2021
Aunty Bisi was an angel. She was so sweet and kindhearted. She was always willing to lend a helping hand. What a loss! I will definitely miss her a lot but I remain comforted that she has gone to a better place to rest. You will remain in our hearts.
Posted by Omotunde Koleoso on March 23, 2021
My dearest sister and friend , Bisi , you were such an angel , loving , kind , peaceful and gentle . Our days right from childhood was filled with mutual love , up through our secondary school years , you remained a blessing . I cannot question God , I know you are in a better and more beautiful place , the angels and the hosts of heaven are celebrating your stewardship on Earth , your was a mission accomplished . You will forever be missed , but your legacies lives on . Sleep on my beloved bosoom sister and friend till we meet to part no more . You are evergreen , unforgettable . Sleep on adieu .love always , Omotunde Alaba Vincent Koleoso
Posted by Badru Zainab on March 23, 2021
My dear rest auntie I don’t know were to start from but one thing I know is that god loves you most.                           You were kind,
You were humble,
You were hardworking to a fault ,
You were humble and so generous
A true leader indeed
You loved the Lord so much and you lived your life totally for him.                      My mom as said a lot about you when i was growing up then she was proud of you to be sister and friend.                      You care about others well being when ever you around people they feel comfortable and happy to have you around them.          You are an amazing sister , auntie ,mom and a friend to me                      I know that you have gone to rest with the lord and he as forgiving all your short comings.                                     REST IN PEACE AUNTIE.                       FROM YOUR LOVELY SISTER                   BADRU ZAINAB ABIOLA
Posted by Aderiyeke Adelekan on March 23, 2021
Ha! Bisi, my sister in love.  This is such a shock. 

I was asking why? How? How can such a sweet person go like that, but i cant question God
The genuine love you showed me since early 80's will forever be in my memory

Bisi i can never forget how selfless and loving you were.
How you will help me when i used to sell bags, how you used to encourage me to stay in the car while you dragged the suitcase of bags into your office to try and get customers for me
Selfless people like you are rare.

I love you Bisi but God loves you best, we know you are resting in Gods bossom and you are at peace with no pain.

May the Lord comfort and strengthen Pastor, Mummy and all members of the family in Jesus name. Amen

Rest on sis.
Mrs Ade Adelekan 

Posted by Nkechi Mordi on March 23, 2021
I am gutted. Still trying to come to terms with your departure. I still see your smiling face, your easygoing ways and lovely voice. If wishes came true instantly, our one collective wish would be to have you with us. Debisi, God be with you till we meet again. Amen
Posted by Abiola Thompson on March 23, 2021
My dear Adebisi, it is with a heavy heart that I’m writing this tribute. To say I was shocked to hear the news of your passing is playing it down. Bisi, you were a rare gem, God loving, God fearing, so very gentle and meek. Those days in DHL when we’ll all be shouting and disturbing the office, you quietly sit at your corner and do your work, smiling intermittently and after everything you quietly slip out and go home. You’re not one to cause trouble but you wade in to calm the situation. One thing I will never forget was when I went on leave and you had to help with my clients, you never took a dime from me which was exceptional cos that wasn’t what obtained then. You were so selfless and ever ready to help, I salute you God’s General, you were one of a kind. Just last week I was telling my husband about you when we passed by your Badore parish, never knew this had happened. Sleep on my darling sister and friend, we shall meet at the feet of Jesus... never to part again.
Posted by Jovita Okojie on March 23, 2021
It’s still like a nightmare to me, this is so shocking.
I can’t believe you are really gone but I take solace in the fact that you are resting in the bossom of the Lord.
Life isn’t fair sometimes. It’s not fair that credit control will be without you, you were an amazing and wonderful boss, one we should all emulate.
You will surely be missed.
Rest in perfect peace Ma.
Posted by Modupe Olulana on March 23, 2021
A beautiful soul... Sis Rosanwo, my sis, my friend. Always looking out to say hello at regional meetings. Took out time to check on me when she didn't see me at the meetings.
Still so unreal and hard to fathom. Who are we to question God. Gbogbo ohun ti Oluwa se daradara ni.
The Lord rest your gentle soul and be with your family and pastor at this trying time.

Pastor & Mrs Olulana

Posted by Damilola Akinwunmi on March 23, 2021
My dear madam adebisi,
You were kind,
You were humble,
You were hardworking to a fault ,
You were humble and so generous 
A true leader indeed
You loved the Lord so much and you lived your life totally for him.
Indeed a life worthy of emulation.
For all the positive impact on my life ..thank you ma. Continue to sleep in his bosom.

Your office baby,
Dams ..
Posted by Adebanke Okunola on March 23, 2021
All Glory be unto the Lord. My beautiful and ever smiling Sis, your death came with a rude shock, telling each and everyone of us that we are all going and it will be sudden. May your lovely soul rest forever in Jesus Christ name. Amen. The great Comforter will be with your husband, children and the family. Jesus Christ is Lord. It is well
Posted by Fela Adelekan on March 23, 2021
condolence message
Bisi, I was in shock when my brother informed me of your passing especially knowing I didn't have the chance to say goodbye having not spoken for a while;. Though saddened, I still had joy that you were indeed in the Lord. I started to ruminate on the gem that you were, and how lucky I was to have known you and grown up with you. 

I remember with fond memories our growing up together laughing and pulling each other’s legs on who was older even though I was clearly older than you by a few months. You were such a kind-hearted, selfless and easy-going person. Ever reliable, ever supportive and ever consistent. I cannot recall you ever being angry at someone or something for too long, you were what the bible refers to as the peacemaker in Matthew 5:9. 

You were at the prime of your life in Ministry when you were called home, it gives me great comfort and solace that you are resting on the bosom of the Lord. 

My heart goes out to Mummy, your Sisters and your hubby - Pastor, during this painful time. My prayer is that God’s peace and love comforts them and the rest of the family through the pain they are feeling right now. 

John 16:22 - So also you have sorrow now, but I will see you again, and your hearts will rejoice, and no one will take your joy from you.

You ran a good race, Rest in peace my sister, until we meet again in Heaven 

Sun Re ooo Aburo (laugh) and we shall meet again 

Posted by Victoria Adelekan on March 23, 2021
My In law, Sister and Friend, the news came to me as a great shock, for days, I wasn’t myself. Bisi, beautiful in and out and selfless. A woman who knew God.  I thank the Lord Almighty for your life, though short, we must not question God, though this is hard to comprehend.
Your memories will forever live in our hearts, you were someone who one felt at ease with, ever smiling and always teasing me. I remember when my mother-in law, Gbemi’s mum went to be with the Lord, how you supported me with the planning and getting the vendors required.
I remember how you always gave it your all, to assist with anything I needed from your colleagues or work place.
I am lost for words but I get solace in the fact that you are at peace with the Lord God Almighty.

Sleep well my Sister, till we meet again.
Gbemi Adelekan (Mrs)
Posted by Ochee Bamgboye on March 23, 2021
So sad to hear that you walked ahead so soon. My late husband had nothing but wonderful things to say about you. Particularly how you were such a devoted friend to his sister Gbemi. You are indeed in the bosom of the Lord. The bible encourages us not to mourn as they that have no hope. We find solace in the beautiful life of service to God that you lived. Rest in Peace Bisi. It was a blessing to have known you on this side.
Posted by Bukola Olatunji on March 23, 2021
Words fail me, and I still keep asking questions, why you Mummy? Of all people, you were unique and a team builder, you would send me reminder on whats app,to put up birthday wishes for anyone celebrating their birthday on the womens platform. You were kind hearted,so many words to describe you. you called my little daughter our little Angel, I miss you dearly and still wish somewhere in my heart someone will wake me up,that it was a dream. Rest on Zonal mummy in his bossom.

Bukola Faseku
EDWJ Parish
Posted by Funmilola Ajimoti on March 23, 2021
I could not believe my ears when I heard of your passing unto glory. You were a precious gift from God, filled with so much beauty, love and patience. Is it your loving advice, act of kindness, affection and your confidence in me.
 You touched my heart in so many ways, you gave me courage to keep moving when I almost gave up.
  Mummy Adebisi Rosanwo you will be greatly missed by all especially me.
 Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord till eternity. (Revelations 14vs13)
Posted by Moronke Sewoniku on March 22, 2021
I was shocked to the marrow when the news of your death was broken. Up till now iam still dazed by the news.iam yet to come across a wife to a pastor who has all the qualities you want in a pastor's were humble, respectful gentle ,kind,loving, responsible and Godly.we spoke in Feb & you texted me on the 10th of feb not knowing that wolud be our last conversation. I will never forget the help you rendered a lady i sent to you whom you helped to collect money your establishment was owing her without asking for a kobo.may God comfort your wonderful husband, your mum ,your family and loved ones.iya yard as i used to in perfect peace exceptionally wonderful Bisi Rosanwo
Posted by Tola Fadeni on March 23, 2021
Humble, gentle, caring and lovely lady. Jesus Ambassador. Glorious Mentor. It is so sad you left us so shockingly. I am really pained because it’s been long we spoke. I was expecting a call of rejoicing, but lo and behold, the sad news of your exit. Well, the Awesome God, the Alpha and the Omega has His reasons for everything. We miss you so greatly.
Sleep on sis till we meet at the feet of our Lord Jesus. Adieu!
Posted by Gbemi Adelekan on March 22, 2021
Bisi B! Why Bisi B? I never knew or thought it will be this soon, it never crossed my mind that I will not see my beautiful cousin with a heart of gold, again. It is so shocking to think that death will snatch you away from us just like that; there’re loads of good memories of us while growing up that keeps flashing back to me, but I can’t query the Almighty about this.

God knows our beginning and our end, but one thing I know for sure is that you’ll rest in his bosom, his glory.

Bisi B as I fondly refer to her, personifies selflessness and reliability. She was generous to a fault. If she made a commitment, she kept it. You never had to wonder if she was going to show up; she was always there. She usually follow through on commitments made. She was rock solid for us all, especially for her sisters who are all based abroad.

Bisi B, this sudden exit is so painful because we lost an awesome woman of substance. Your kindness and character was exemplary. But if we are to make some sense of what is really incomprehensible at this time we should all keep Bisi alive in our lives. We should take who she was, what she stood for and learn from it.

Bisi thank you for adding so much to our lives and to the lives of others. Love forever. Gbemi Adelekan
Posted by Meye Aiyedogbon on March 22, 2021
My prayer in this, is that God Almighty should open our eyes to see how wise the decision of God to take our Mummy to His bossom.
This woman is good to a fault. Humble, meek, respectful, caring, loving, dedication to God's work, always ready to make sacrifices. To me I do not see your leaving us as a loss, but a call to higher glory with higher responsibilities. I support my stand with 1 Thess 4: 13-18 & Rev 14: 13. Our loving Mummy we love you, and I know we shall meet with you in paradise in Jesus Mighty Name. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord.
Yours dearly,
Pst Meye Aiyedogbon & Family.
Posted by Oluseye Ojo Ogedengbe on March 22, 2021
Bisi I am still in shock and find it hard to believe you are no more.
The Lord will comfort your family and friends.
You were a sweet soul,so loving and friendly and always ready to help.
You will be greatly missed.
Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Susan Paul on March 22, 2021
Beloved mummy and friend, life is so short that within the very few years I met you at regional meetings your smiles, quietness and willingness to participate in events cannot be overemphasized. The Lord that knows the end from the beginning be praised in all situation. Sleep well ma
Posted by Aderemi Olaleye on March 22, 2021
My Sister, my friend Debs , my heart bleeds as I pen this tribute as just few lines on a page would not express how much u mean to me. Our paths crossed that faithful morning May 2004 when I was just a JJC from NY who took up employment in Globacom u took me in like a sister and we sat side by side for years Thru the highs and lows ure always there cheering me on . Though You’re a woman of very few words a lot of people marvel how I get you to talk , gist and laugh n I did make u laugh with all my unending gist. I was the warrior n will fight whosoever troubles u . U subtly say tonia fi won le fun olorun. Your faith in God was unwavering all our early morning fellowships with Anty Funmi dele Giwa , our trips to the Camp . We had special codes and eye contacts u didn’t need to say much I could tell with d code.
Oh you loved God and served him unashamedly. You’re often misunderstood but not many know how pure and good your heart is. The love u had for me you extended to my kids and had special nicknames for both of them the same love u extended to my siblings n my husband ur special brother My debs ,I will not mourn like those without hope as I know the side of eternity you are. Rest on my beloved till we meet on Resurrection Morning .
The Lord Giveth , the Lord take the, blessed be the name of our God !!!!!
Aderemi Olaleye (Tonia)
Posted by Motunde Adeyemo on March 22, 2021
Hmmmmm!! This is a very rude shock. Sister Bisi, My Sis, Pst Mrs Rosanwo. We can’t question God. He gives and take. He does as He pleases. I will miss your words of encouragement and messages especially after our Region one Women meetings. Those lovely smiles when we meet even a distance.
We commensurate with our dear Pastor, the entire Rosanwo family and the Bamgboses on this great loss. The Lord will stand by you and comfort you. Adieu Sister Bisi! Till we meet at the bosom of our Lord to path no more. CONTINUE TO REST IN PERFECT PEACE.
Pastor & Pastor (Mrs) Adebayo Adeyemo
RCCG National HQ Ebute Meta.
Posted by Olubukola Umaru on March 22, 2021
It's very sad to hear of your passing...

You were such a beautiful soul, always cool & calm but very firm.
I would always call you anytime I needed a ride to work, and you would go out of your way & pass through Agungi to pick me up from my house. I drove you back from work a couple of times as well and your driver would be waiting at Agungi junction to pick you up. I remember us riding to Redemption Camp together for monthly HGS many many years ago. I will NEVER forget these car rides!! Working with you & your team was a pleasure while at Globacom, I admired your great work ethic.

Rest in Peace dear Madam Debisi.

You're solely Missed!

Posted by Wonuola Adetayo on March 22, 2021
There are many questions that we may not get answers to until we appear before our Maker. Why should a kind hearted, soft spoken, peace loving sister, friend and co-laborer bow out of the race so suddenly? This mystery remains to be unraveled by and by.

Pastor Mrs. Adebisi Rosanwo is fondly remembered as a dedicated, committed, dutiful and generous hearted lady. A friend and supporter to the core. Give her an assignment and you can go to sleep.

She rejoices when you succeed. She supports the elevation of others. She’s an epitome of humility and dignity.

She fought life’s battles valiantly and courageously. I am convinced in my heart that God has a good purpose for calling you home at this time even though I truly wish God would have deferred your home call.

I salute you as a General In Christ! You have left a good legacy that will continue to speak for you for generations.

RCCG LP43 Sisters miss you very dearly. The vacuum you have left in our hearts and in our midst will be tough to fill. But we take solace in the fact that God is the Alpha and Omega of our lives. He is the Sovereign God.

One day, we shall meet at the feet of Christ.

Sleep on, dearly beloved sister and friend.

Your Sister In Christ
Pastor Mrs. Wonuola Adetayo

Posted by Mansur Opakunle on March 22, 2021
So sad to know we have lost a great person in Madam Debisi. May her soul Rest In Peace. Amen

“Loss of a friend to death is a cruel and cold companion. Warmth is found through fond memories”. Debisi, you were epitome of humility even though you appeared tough. A good hearted person who will find solution to one’s challenges without compromising professionalism. It’s still very difficult for me to accept that you are gone forever physically but I know within me that you will meet our creator in peace and be rewarded with paradise, Ameen. Rest In Peace my dear sister.
MKO Opakunle.
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Posted by Aderemi Olaleye on April 29, 2021
My Debs 29th April is no longer the same I woke up this AM turned to
My WhatsApp to wish to a hbd as I usually do n share banters . I know you’re celebrating in Gods bossom . Ure sorely missed my sis
Posted by Wonuola Adetayo on April 29, 2021
A - Adorable Adebisi
D - Dependable Adebisi
E - Endearing Adebisi
B - Beautiful-hearted Adebisi
I - Indulging Adebisi
S - Selfless Soldier of Christ
I - Indomitable, Indefatigable Adebisi

Your memory lives on. I miss you so much my beloved sister. The journey seems lonelier in your absence. Sleep on dearly beloved. Till we meet again at the feet of Christ in the name of Jesus.

Sincerely yours,
Wonuola Adetayo
Posted by Nike Olayinka on April 29, 2021
53rd posthumous birthday wishes to you in your heavenly abode to a sweet, caring, selfless, peaceful, thoughtful and kind friend. The sweet memories of times spent together lingers forever in my mind. Even though you are not here with us physically, you shall forever remain in my heart. Love you forever❤️
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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.