ForeverMissed
Sudden Exit of our
Beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather, brother, Uncle, Cousin & Friend

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, ADESOLA AYODELE, 60 years old, born on January 7, 1961, and passed away on February 5, 2021. We will remember him forever.

His Untimely death is painful and we mourn his death but we do not sorrow like unbelievers because we know he's now with the Lord.
He survived by his wonderful wife, Children and Grandchildren
Please leave a tribute and join in celebrating his life.

Posted by oyeyinka oyebamiji on February 19, 2021
Baba Ekiti as I always call you, you were truly a father, and our chief adviser, I remember all your words of advice during my stay in MI. I spoke to you in December and I never knew it was the last time I would be talking to you. You lived a good life and you touched many lives with your pleasant words of advice. Your death came to many of us as a rude shock. We can not question the almighty God who has called you home but We love you and we will all miss you. Adieu sir, Continue to rest in the bosom of our lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Kolawole Akinyode on February 19, 2021
If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men men most miserable. But nowi s Christ risen from the dead and become the firstfruits of them that slept. In a moment, in a twinkling of an eye, at the last trump the dead shall be raised incorruptible and we shall be changed. So shall our beloved brother Isreal Adesola Ayodele who has has joind the triumphant soldiers shall rise again at resurrection morning.
Sleep on beloved at the bossom of your maker untill resurrection morning when we shall meet to part no more.
We love you, but Christ love you more. Good night and Rest in peace amen.
Posted by Olusegun Omoyajowo on February 16, 2021
The amount of tears I cried is nothing compared to the pain inside, you taught me few things recently but what you left out was how to let you go, you are always in my heart bro Ade, sleep on omo Olomodiledin
Posted by Eunice Fadumiye on February 14, 2021
Ade, you brought joy, happiness and laughter to all who met you. The best and most beautiful things in man’s life cannot always be seen or touched, but always felt within the heart. You are felt within the heart.
    
Your commitment, love and respect is top notch. You have become a memory, but your memory is a treasure. You are a piece of treasure in the heart of those who know you.

Ade,time may pass and fade away but your memory will always remain in our hearts. We love you, but God love you best. Good night Ade, rest on till we meet and part no more. SUNRE O.
Posted by Ayisola Ayodele on February 10, 2021
My daddy is caring, loving, accommodating and ready to help, I so much Miss u, he didn't wait to eat his fruit of his labour, he loves education, ready to stand by you, if his children has not eaten he will leave his food to give you, I can't still believe you are gone
Posted by Oluwakorede Adesola on February 10, 2021
My dad, adesola will forever be in my heart until the day it stops beating. And I am grateful that I am becoming a more fully realized human being, a more caring, compassionate, and empathetic person because of my dad, still, would forfeit any wisdom for the sake of having him back.
Posted by Akin Fasakin on February 8, 2021
It's so sad to be writing this about you right now but God surely knows best.
Rest in peace Ọga mi Ade.
You will surely be forever missed.
Posted by Femi Ojo on February 7, 2021
Oga mi,
The news of your passing unto glory to say the least is very devastating. I recall your telephone conversation with me a few days before your transition. Your voice was laced with the usual warmth and love. I felt your smile like you were with me in person. Little did I know you were sick and just recuperating. Alas you left with your charisma, charm and ever bubbling disposition the trademarks I have known you with as a little boy.
May your sweet soul find peace with your maker and may the Lord watch over your family and loved ones.
Until the resurrection morning, Good Night Oga mi Ade Olomidiledin.

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Posted by oyeyinka oyebamiji on February 19, 2021
Baba Ekiti as I always call you, you were truly a father, and our chief adviser, I remember all your words of advice during my stay in MI. I spoke to you in December and I never knew it was the last time I would be talking to you. You lived a good life and you touched many lives with your pleasant words of advice. Your death came to many of us as a rude shock. We can not question the almighty God who has called you home but We love you and we will all miss you. Adieu sir, Continue to rest in the bosom of our lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Kolawole Akinyode on February 19, 2021
If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men men most miserable. But nowi s Christ risen from the dead and become the firstfruits of them that slept. In a moment, in a twinkling of an eye, at the last trump the dead shall be raised incorruptible and we shall be changed. So shall our beloved brother Isreal Adesola Ayodele who has has joind the triumphant soldiers shall rise again at resurrection morning.
Sleep on beloved at the bossom of your maker untill resurrection morning when we shall meet to part no more.
We love you, but Christ love you more. Good night and Rest in peace amen.
Posted by Olusegun Omoyajowo on February 16, 2021
The amount of tears I cried is nothing compared to the pain inside, you taught me few things recently but what you left out was how to let you go, you are always in my heart bro Ade, sleep on omo Olomodiledin
his Life

His Journey

On Feb 5th, 2021 the world lost a wonderful man when Adesola, Israel Ayodele passed on to rest in the bosom of his maker in his home in Lincoln Park, U.S.A.

 Beloved Husband, Father and Grandfather. Mr. Adesola Isreal Ayodele was born 7th of January 1961 at Ikole Ekiti; Ekiti-State into the family of chief Ayodele Ajewole and Madam Folake Ogundana, he started his primary school at St Paul Anglican school Ikole Ekiti, his secondary school was at auzarudeen high school, he went to technical school at Ikole Ekiti, 1985 work at airport hotel, 1994 he started his business as a newspaper distributor in Lagos, before he travelled to the US in 2014.  

Adesola Ayodele was a very charming and lovely person; He was passionate about helping the mentally challenged, He worked taking care of them until he passed on to Glory. He loved God and loved to pray with his son.
He will be missed by his family, friends and those who knew him. 



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Shared by Hephzibah Beulah on February 10, 2021
Last saw you January 28 very vibrant at work and very friendly mood as always...if I had known that was the last time I would see you face to face Sir I would have told you please stay with us and don't ever leave us heartbroken. You always put a smile on faces everywhere you go...we love you but its obvious God your creator loves you the most and took you away from this troubled world. Sleep on God's Own Child.