ForeverMissed
Engr Amos Ade Omopeloye FNICE, FNSE born 5th April 1950 at Ile-Oluji town of Ondo State died 21st April 2021. He was married to late Mrs Dorcas O Omopeloye and blessed with four children Oluwatunmise, Oluwakorede, Iyanuoluwa (late) and Bisoluwa.

He is survived by his three children, children in-laws, four grand children, younger sister, nephews and nieces.



Posted by Otunba Ogundimu on May 11, 2021
Tribute To My Childhood Friend - Eng. Amos Ade Omopeloye.



I Commiserate And Grief With The Family Of My Childhood Friend Eng. Amos Omopeloye, We Have Come A Long Way From Been Young Adults To Adults, Married Men, To Parents And Grandfather.

Amos You Have Fought A Good Fight And You Have Finished The Race And Now Resting With Your Creator.

I Remembered Our Beautiful Time Together With My Family In England, Whenever You Came Visiting With Your Darling Wife Mama Tunmishe.

It Was A Beautiful Period Of Our Friendships Which Continued When We Came Back To Nigeria.

I Will Mourn The Death Of A Friend And A Brother For A Long Time.

Rest In Peace.
Eng. Amos Ade Omopeloye


Sgd: Otunba 'Neye Ogundimu.
Posted by Favor Adebola on May 9, 2021

I’m so glad I had a chance to know Deacon Omopeloye. He was a special person who will be so sorely missed
Deacon Amos was like a second dad to me growing up. I’ve always remembered the good times and the lessons he taught me. All my love to his family.
Posted by Omopeloye Bolanle on May 6, 2021
Hummmmmm!!!!!!! When I heard about your demise my lovely second daddy it was a great shock to me because I still remember the time you were there for me you are a caring father indeed you want the best for me even till your death you always have the best for me AOLU OMO E NUSO USO LOMO SOGHON MEJJI IGHA HOGHO LISIDA BE JI ROBA LISIDA BOJO YI BI O MA DIGBA O DIGBERE OOOOOOO
Posted by Isqil Najim on May 1, 2021
Your impact on many of us can never be forgotten. You were a leader and a kind man who used every opportunity to leave things better than you met them.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to boom. Thank you for being a father who always got my back.

We love you, but God loves you more.

Rest in peace sir
Posted by AYO FANIMOKUN on May 1, 2021
TRIBUTE TO A QUINTESSENTIAL ICON

I find it a hard task to write this tribute … I have thought long and hard about how to do just that, but mere words could never do justice to the incredible man, Engineer par excellence I came to be fond of and appreciate: yes, very difficult to believe that you are gone; because your exit is just like a dream, that left me devastated coupled with the vacuum you have left behind. But very grateful and glad for those years of friendship, camaraderie and fellowship with joy that we shared together.
I don’t know where to start, what to write, or even how to phrase this tribute, however, reality struck me that “Death is the door to eternity”.
Baba Omo, Baba Agba or Engr. Aah Aah, as you are fondly called, death is not the end of your life but your birthday to eternal life. Earth has only served as a temporary residence; therefore, life is a temporary assignment. Psalm 119:19a (AMP) says “I am a stranger on earth”.
It is difficult to forget the roles you played in peoples’ lives and how can I forget the way you used to call me “OGA MI” whilst holding my hand; a name that has stuck among your peers.
You lived the life of a great man rendering services to God and humanity throughout your lifetime. Not just an epitome of civility but a man of a very high dependable disposition who saw courage as the ability to stand tall in the face of opposition and challenges.
Baba Omo attained and contributed at the highest level of Civil Engineering [not only being one of those who transformed enviable Civil Division into widely acclaimed and respected Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers but creating a viable culture that has continued to nurture many individuals who can hold their heads high in every cranny and sphere of our country be in politics, public, corporate and private institutions nationwide]; and achieved a niche for himself as a Past National Chairman. He earned the respect of people around him; his influence, advice and friendship were sought after by many people within and without. Because he was a FATHER to all, ENGINEER to all and open-minded to all. He has played his part very well and shall be greatly missed.
You were an instrument through which many achieved their various desires. You affected the lives of many by extending your kindness, hospitality, comfort and ever joking with cheerful nature to all who came across you during your earthly odyssey.
Though we realise that life is a temporary assignment but nature will one day stand and say “THIS WAS A MAN”. Therefore, we will NEVER forget YOU.
Our identity is in eternity and our homeland is in heaven. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them. [Rev. 14:13]. Deacon, you have fought the good fight and gone home with your crown to be with the LORD where there is no more pain.
ENGR Aah Aah, rest in the Lord until we meet to part no more, may HE hold you in the palm of HIS hand….

Engr. Ayo Fanimokun FNSE, FNIMechE, FCArb, MASME
Posted by Olanrewaju Dawodu on April 26, 2021
We pray your soul find its place in the bosom of the Lord. You came, played your roles and left as programmed by the Almighty. Rest in peace, Engr. A. A . Omopeloye.
Posted by Laolu Aishida on April 26, 2021
Please accept my Heartfelt Sympathy for the loss of Engr. A. A. Omopeliye. God's strength to the entire household and Engineering Family.

May the soul of the Departed rest in peace, AMEN.
Posted by ALEBIOSU JOSEPH Olalekan on April 26, 2021
A great father and mentor, disciplinarian to the core, a no nonsense and brilliant man..He will be greatly missed..I pray his soul finds forgiveness before the Almighty for all his shortcomings and may he rest in perfect peace..Amen
Posted by funmilade akingbagbohun on April 26, 2021
Dear Baba Omo,
Words are not enough to project all that l have in my heart . Your contributions to my professional career cannot be overemphasised. You were a real pillar of support, you had faith in me, you were one of my cheerleaders, your prayers always during my crisis period made me a rock and helped me to propel forward towards achieving remarkable goals. Even during your trying moments, you were still praying for me and speaking positive words into my life.
I am happy that the Rauf Aregbesola Engineering Resource Centre project domiciled in the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Ikeja branch which we worked and laboured together to achieve is almost completed and l know that it would give you great joy to have seen it fully functional but God knows best.
You were passionate about the things of God and served God in the way you know best.
I didnt know that Tuesday 20th April 2021 would be the last day we would speak and see one another. May your soul rest in peace and May God forgive all your shortcomings and grant you eternal rest in Jesus name. Goodnight to a Major General ....Aaa! Aaa! Baba Agba, you would be greatly missed.
Posted by Temitope Olaoye on April 26, 2021
Daddy Omopeloye,I got to know you through your children: Oluwatunmise and Oluwakorede,such awesome and supportive gifts to humanity,I bless God for the training you gave them and I pray that they would never disappoint you.
We love you but God loves you more and will greatly miss you sir. Our joy is that you died in Christ Jesus.
Rest well grandpa till we meet on resurrection morning
Posted by Princess Lola on April 25, 2021
Some call you Baba Agba, some call you Engineer Omoo... I call you DADDY. For you are my daddy indeed. A disciplinarian to the core! You instill discipline and strength in me, you taught me perseverance. I will miss you so much... I already miss you! Who will call me and pray for me endlessly? Who will show me that fatherly care and concern when there are some disturbing news on CNN?
Fare thee well daddy... Adieu Iba omo.
Aolu omo nuso, uso lomo sohan. Ode gbangba o se peku si. E si nuli e gba ojude mo toni toni. Omo olode okuta, o boke die soogun. Lisida, Lisida be ji roba. Oke jagbada! Sun re bai Amos Oke Ade Omopeloye.
We love you but Jesus loves you more
Posted by Jumeyi James Kaka on April 25, 2021
Baba, your will be greatly missed. You were so friendly and will always call Kaka! I ask God Almighty to continue to be with your children. Rest on Baba Omoooo.

                          Dcns Kaka.
Posted by Yusuf Sulaimon on April 25, 2021
Engr. Omo,an Engineer per excellence, a man of integrity ,honor and respect is gone.
Our last discussion few days to your departure from earth ,was meaningful but you never show any sign of leaving us so soon.
A very good friend of over four decades, you will be remembered for your humility, hardworking ,generosity and fairness to all.
Praise and glory to the Almighty God for the life well spent and the good children left behind.
May the soul of the departed faithful-Engr. Omo, Rest In Peace.
Posted by Tunde Olatunji on April 24, 2021
A COLOSSUS IS GONE!☹️✊
A RARE BREED IN MANY WAYS...
MAY THE ETERNAL LIGHT OF GOD EVER SHINE ON HIM WHEREVER HE IS RIGHT NOW!

BABA OMOOO!
YOU WILL BE SORELY MISSED!!!
ADIEU... A GREAT BROTHER INDEED!


DR. TM OLATUNJI
Posted by Aderohunmu Folashade Temi... on April 24, 2021

I have only heard about your exploits from @TunmiseOladapoKuku, but then they were all commendable as it has not only sharpened and produced wonderful children but goal and focus driven ones!
Indeed it was a good life well spent! I'm sure everyone will miss having you around our dearest Engineer...

Rest on General...
Posted by Wole Oladiyun on April 23, 2021
Broda Amos.
An erudite and astute Civil Engineer. You rose from that rustic town ile oluji to become a phenomenon in your chosen profession. I commend your dedication to your family. You loved your wife and children with all your being.
You made living in Akowonjo so beautiful for we your younger boys then. A pianist full of humor. Thanks for leaving legacies. Engineers don’t die , we live by our works speaking till eternity.
Adieu,Broda Amos.
Wo lani ooo, Iba Tunmishe.
Pastor (Engr) Wole Welly Oladiyun
Senior Pastor
CLAM
LAGOS. NIGERIA.
Posted by FEMI OBADINA on April 23, 2021
Thank you for being an inspiration and for giving us Maestro Korede, your Son who Hass mentored many students and inspired the world.
Posted by Femi Akanni on April 23, 2021
I had come to resume an afternoon shift that wasn't supposed to start till 1pm around 10a.m. There was a buzz at the station then right from the reception and I asked what all the fuss was , and I was told that Tunmise's dad was around and was live on air to discuss something or the other on the institution of engineering in Lagos state. I sneaked into the talk back studio to get a glimpse of the man who had jointly raised tunmise to whom we all know to be strict, no nonsense, opinionated and a loyal friend, I wasn't surprised at my first impressions of him while on air as he came off confident and quite accomplished at his chosen profession. Brief meetings of him over the years solidified my first impressions. I found him to grow mellow has he started having grandchildren and by the testimonials about him, he loved his grandchildren a lot.
Rest in peace great man.
Posted by Emeka Ibeh on April 23, 2021
He is a great Engineer, Patron, Father and Friend. We will miss him dearly.
Posted by Amos Omopeloye's Children on April 23, 2021
Baba Omo, to everyone who knew him. Our father will be remembered by most people as a generous man, and to this we testify. Though as a father he was a very principled man who wanted the best for his children, he was also the most fun dad when he is.

Baba Agba, thank you for your peculiar kind of love, thank you for being the best father you could, thank you for being the best husband you could, thank you for being the best person to the world you could.

As a grandfather, you had the most fun with your grandchildren, and they will remember your special 'weird' names for them.

Fly on Soldier, Fly On

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Posted by Otunba Ogundimu on May 11, 2021
Tribute To My Childhood Friend - Eng. Amos Ade Omopeloye.



I Commiserate And Grief With The Family Of My Childhood Friend Eng. Amos Omopeloye, We Have Come A Long Way From Been Young Adults To Adults, Married Men, To Parents And Grandfather.

Amos You Have Fought A Good Fight And You Have Finished The Race And Now Resting With Your Creator.

I Remembered Our Beautiful Time Together With My Family In England, Whenever You Came Visiting With Your Darling Wife Mama Tunmishe.

It Was A Beautiful Period Of Our Friendships Which Continued When We Came Back To Nigeria.

I Will Mourn The Death Of A Friend And A Brother For A Long Time.

Rest In Peace.
Eng. Amos Ade Omopeloye


Sgd: Otunba 'Neye Ogundimu.
Posted by Favor Adebola on May 9, 2021

I’m so glad I had a chance to know Deacon Omopeloye. He was a special person who will be so sorely missed
Deacon Amos was like a second dad to me growing up. I’ve always remembered the good times and the lessons he taught me. All my love to his family.
Posted by Omopeloye Bolanle on May 6, 2021
Hummmmmm!!!!!!! When I heard about your demise my lovely second daddy it was a great shock to me because I still remember the time you were there for me you are a caring father indeed you want the best for me even till your death you always have the best for me AOLU OMO E NUSO USO LOMO SOGHON MEJJI IGHA HOGHO LISIDA BE JI ROBA LISIDA BOJO YI BI O MA DIGBA O DIGBERE OOOOOOO
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Shared by Engr Charles Akintola on April 23, 2021
Baba Omo as fondly called or Engr Aaaa, Aaaaa Ompeloye by his closer associates. A Past National Chairman of the Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers, Fellows of The Nigerian Society of Engineers and The Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers, the Chairman, Managing Director Tobadeli. 

A strong member of NSE Ikeja Branch who till the point of his exit played a vital role in the bringing to manifestation the dream of the Leadership of the Branch - The Rauf Aregbesola Innovation Centre within the Complex of Ralph Alabi Engineering Centre (RAEC).

A strong believer in the Ministry of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ through the Ministry of Bishop Oyedepo.

Baba Omo fought the fight, won the race, here lies the crown of Victor for him. 

Adieu my Fellow, Adieu My Engineer, Adieu Baba Omo.

Baba Eniyan will always miss you and your prayer, I will keep to your words and will not ja lekana.


Engr Akintayo Akintola FNSE
Former Chairman
NSE Ikeja Branch.



Shared by Engr Charles Akintola on April 23, 2021
Baba Omo as fondly called or Engr Aaaa, Aaaaa Ompeloye by his closer associates. A Past National Chairman of the Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers, Fellows of The Nigerian Society of Engineers and The Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers, the Chairman, Managing Director Tobadeli. 

A strong member of NSE Ikeja Branch who till the point of his exit played a vital role in the bringing to manifestation the dream of the Leadership of the Branch - The Rauf Aregbesola Innovation Centre within the Complex of Ralph Alabi Engineering Centre (RAEC).

A strong believer in the Ministry of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ through the Ministry of Bishop Oyedepo.

Baba Omo fought the fight, won the race, here lies the crown of Victor for him. 

Adieu my Fellow, Adieu My Engineer, Adieu Baba Omo.

Baba Eniyan will always miss you and your prayer, I will keep to your words and will not ja lekana.


Engr Akintayo Akintola FNSE
Former Chairman
NSE Ikeja Branch.