Let the memory of Anthony be with us forever
  • 68 years old
  • Born on February 7, 1948 in Ode-Erinje, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on June 16, 2016 in Medellin, Colombia.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anthony Afuwape 68 years old, born on February 7, 1948 and passed away on June 16, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Afuwape Adekunle on 8th February 2018
The whole Afuwape's which you happy posthumous birthday my brother We all missed u financially brother Rest in the blossom of God till will all meet . I love u sir
Posted by Kolade Afuwape on 7th February 2018
70 years ago today you were born, I’m sure no one realise how much impact you were going to have on the world as a result of your birth, but here we are still carrying that invaluable legacy of yours and impacting the world with it, just wish you were here to see the amazing fruit of your labour. I’m sure you’re smiling in the land beyond. Happy Posthumous Birthday to you dad, thank you for shaping us all into what we have all become, we’ll continue to miss you, sleep well my father
Posted by Temi Afuwape on 7th February 2018
Happy 70th Post-humous birthday Grandpa..... We are sure missing you much. love from Timmy,Tammy,Temmy & Kolade Afuwape
Posted by Jaiyeola Gbolahan on 7th February 2018
Posthumous birthday to you Prof! We miss you.
Posted by Afuwape Adekunle on 20th June 2017
Oh my good God, 1year and 4days like yesterday. In fact, I hate you Mr death and I will hate u forever for hurting the entire family by taking away my beloved brother-- the hero of the family, the financial pillar of the family. the philanthropist of the family.If we will be opportuned to come to this world again. That Valor, Chief OBATUYI AMOS AFUWAPE OLIKURA will still be our father.
Posted by 'Kale Oyedeji on 16th June 2017
How fast time runs, you will for ever missed. May you continue to rest perpetually in peace.
Posted by Xavier Udo-utun on 16th June 2017
Dear Professor, May He grant u eternal rest. Your golden memory must live on through your classical works, through your lovely family both biological and academic-networks. May the family of professor Afuwape be consoled by the joy of the fact that his goodworks are evergreen and that some of the Professor's classical contributions are still opening new directions for building and improvement of knowledge for international beneficience. May this golden memory add profound peace to your rest my dear Professor. So Long Professor. Dr. Xavier Udo-utun
Posted by June Afuwape on 16th June 2017
It’s been a year and it feels like yesterday. It’s been 365 days and it feels like 65 minutes. Daddy, the last time I had a chance to see you alive was a year ago. It is fresh in my mind. Your memories are real. Your impact lives on. Your legacy will never fade. You came, you saw and you conquered. From that small village in Okitipupa to travelling across continents to impact knowledge in minds and lives. From a blacksmith’s son to a global Professor of Mathematics. From a young boy who walked several miles to attend school daily to a Professor who flew thousands of miles to give back and impact knowledge. From that young single Ondo boy to the caring husband of Ruth and wonderful father of six (later becoming twelve) and finally a grandfather of 11. You loved us all. You had children you adopted as yours based on your love for people. You were a people person. Daddy, I know you are happy wherever you are and probably eating Pupuru with your parents and laughing at how lucky you are to have left this sinful world. I just want you to know how proud I am of you. Thinking of how you dealt with life as though it was easy, I have come to realize it is not easy and I need that wisdom and strength. I have missed you every day since you left us. I have cried silently and publicly. I still need some comfort and I am sure you will send some comfort my way. I am sure you will want me to move on and make you proud so I will try. Please comfort your wife because she has not been the same person since you left and we can’t help because we don’t know what it feels like to have been married for forty years. We miss you and always know I love you. Adieu Baba Mi.
Posted by Temi Afuwape on 16th June 2017
Dear Grandpa, Today make it a year that we lost you. We miss u and ur loss has taught us all many things. And now we face each day with hope, happy memories and your influence which guides us and makes us know you are near. What we share will never die. It lives within our heart, bringing strength and comfort. Timi and Tami miss and talk about u. Kolade miss you very very very much and I miss u too my fatherin❤. Continue to rest on the best Father in law. Thank you for setting the standard high.
Posted by Adeniran Olusola on 16th June 2017
Its been a year since your departure. I have missed you sorely. I have found no replacement for a friend, an adviser and a mentor per excellence that I found in you. Continue to rest in peace as we continue to remember your good deeds.
Posted by Shola Adeyemi on 16th June 2017
You are definitely missed beyond words. The time spent together will remain indelible, your footprints are indelible, your impact, influence, friendship, mentoship, will remain indelible. Your memory is a treasure I'll cherish all my life. You are a hero of your generation! Sleep on, Anthony Uyi Afuwape. You are anthonificient!
Posted by Kolade Afuwape on 16th June 2017
Daddy, exactly a year ago at this time you left us all after living such an amazing life I will foverer admire. Your wife misses you and she's has never been the same since you left, everyday she talks about you, your children all miss you and you grandchildren still ask of you a year on. The impact you've made in our life and the values you stood for will never be forgotten and will be passed from generations to generations. You're always on my mind daddy, continue to rest in peace, I love you and will always do. Thank you for always being there
Posted by Temi Afuwape on 7th February 2017
Happy posthumous birthday, Dad. I would love you to be together with us to make us laugh as always. I will remember you with much love because you were a great father. I love you and admire the good life u lived, continue you to rest in peace dad. In this day we are celebrating your birthday we do miss you and will always do. Despite knowing you’re resting in heaven it is inevitable imagine what it would be if you were with us. I will never forget all the efforts and sacrifices you made to get us where we are now. I will always love you grandpa
Posted by Olumide Ogundare on 7th February 2017
Dear Daddy, we remember you today as always but with the absence of the usual rituals of phone calls and singing. Your passing has left a big gap in all our lives and we sorely miss you every day! We are trudging on as you would wish and the Lord is helping us. We continue to be grateful for what you represented in our lives. The tears are still not dry and the heaviness in our hearts persists, but we take solace in the hope that we shall meet someday at the feet of Christ Jesus. Hope your rest has been peaceful and the angels are taking a very good care of you!
Posted by Kolade Afuwape on 7th February 2017
Happy Birthday Dad, you live forever in my heart, I love you and miss you.
Posted by Kolade Afuwape on 7th February 2017
Happy Birthday Dad, you live forever in my heart, I love you and miss you.
Posted by Sade Afuwape-ogundare on 7th February 2017
Happy Birthday Daddy. Today you would have been 69. We miss you and love you. We know you are in a better place resting Today brings back memories but they are wonderful ones. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord Adieu Papa
Posted by Shola Adeyemi on 7th February 2017
You are gone but never to be forgotten. The footprints that you left behind are indelible. Happy posthumous birthday and continue to rest in perfect peace. You are forever missed.
Posted by Segun Opaleye on 11th August 2016
Prof! It is painful that you are no more but the assurance that you have gone to be with the Lord is indeed comforting. Your selfless service touched and changed so many lives. I remember that the training on Total Quality Management you gave to a select students of OAU stood me out as a young graduate to land my first job. I pray that the Lord Almighty will grant your soul eternal rest and give the entire family the fortitude to bear your demise.
Posted by Akintan Funmilayo on 9th August 2016
TRIBUtE TO MY BELOVED BROTHER,DAD&GRANDPA: PROF Uyimeetan Anthony AFUWAPE. How are the the mighty fallen: II Sam 1 Vs19. The gap you left behind can only be filled by God. You were indeed a God sent to the family of Ayadi Quarters in Ode Erinje town Okitipupa. I remembered how the family was happy to celebrate your academic achievement in the 70s when u bagged a First Class degree in Mathematics from the then University of Ife(Now Obafemi Awolowo University and it was even announced on the radio, this was a feat that the family is always proud of, we also celebrated the time your Professorship of Mathematics was even conferred because it takes diligence and hardwork to attain such feat in life. Few days before your demise, we spoke and you advised me as usual that I should continue to pray for my children and make sure they are united and the family in general not knowing that will be the last time we'll talk. I will always remember how your name as a celebrated academic colosus paved way for me on many occasions haven mentioned your name that I'm your direct siblings, too many to mention. I can never forget your space you have in my life. Few days before the sad incident occured, I felt something strange within me and I called your line to hear your voice, no one picked it until I got the news that you are no more, this came as a rude shock but who are to question God because he knows better. Continue to rest in peace Dear brother,Uncle and Father until we meet to part no more. Sun ree oooo Omo Aluma agidi, Ayadi yala, Elepogun, Sun ree ooo Baba mi. From: Mrs Funmilayo AKINTAN Nee Afuwape First Daughter of the Ayadi family(Lagos)
Posted by Akintan Funmilayo on 9th August 2016
TRIBUtE TO MY BELOVED BROTHER,DAD&GRANDPA: PROF Uyimeetan Anthony AFUWAPE. How are the the mighty fallen: II Sam 1 Vs19. The gap you left behind can only be filled by God. You were indeed a God sent to the family of Ayadi Quarters in Ode Erinje town Okitipupa. I remembered how the family was happy to celebrate your academic achievement in the 70s when u bagged a First Class degree in Mathematics from the then University of Ife(Now Obafemi Awolowo University and it was even announced on the radio, this was a feat that the family is always proud of, we also celebrated the time your Professorship of Mathematics was even conferred because it takes diligence and hardwork to attain such feat in life. Few days before your demise, we spoke and you advised me as usual that I should continue to pray for my children and make sure they are united and the family in general not knowing that will be the last time we'll talk. I will always remember how your name as a celebrated academic colosus paved way for me on many occasions haven mentioned your name that I'm your direct siblings, too many to mention. I can never forget your space you have in my life. Few days before the sad incident occured, I felt something strange within me and I called your line to hear your voice, no one picked it until I got the news that you are no more, this came as a rude shock but who are to question God because he knows better. Continue to rest in peace Dear brother,Uncle and Father until we meet to part no more. Sun ree oooo Omo Aluma agidi, Ayadi yala, Elepogun, Sun ree ooo Baba mi. From: Mrs Funmilayo AKINTAN Nee Afuwape First Daughter of the Ayadi family(Lagos)
Posted by Akintan Funmilayo on 9th August 2016
TRIBUtE TO MY BELOVED BROTHER,DAD&GRANDPA: PROF Uyimeetan Anthony AFUWAPE. How are the the mighty fallen: II Sam 1 Vs19. The gap you left behind can only be filled by God. You were indeed a God sent to the family of Ayadi Quarters in Ode Erinje town Okitipupa. I remembered how the family was happy to celebrate your academic achievement in the 70s when u bagged a First Class degree in Mathematics from the then University of Ife(Now Obafemi Awolowo University and it was even announced on the radio, this was a feat that the family is always proud of, we also celebrated the time your Professorship of Mathematics was even conferred because it takes diligence and hardwork to attain such feat in life. Few days before your demise, we spoke and you advised me as usual that I should continue to pray for my children and make sure they are united and the family in general not knowing that will be the last time we'll talk. I will always remember how your name as a celebrated academic colosus paved way for me on many occasions haven mentioned your name that I'm your direct siblings, too many to mention. I can never forget your space you have in my life. Few days before the sad incident occured, I felt something strange within me and I called your line to hear your voice, no one picked it until I got the news that you are no more, this came as a rude shock but who are to question God because he knows better. Continue to rest in peace Dear brother,Uncle and Father until we meet to part no more. Sun ree oooo Omo Aluma agidi, Ayadi yala, Elepogun, Sun ree ooo Baba mi. From: Mrs Funmilayo AKINTAN Nee Afuwape First Daughter of the Ayadi family(Lagos)
Posted by Akushie Patrick on 1st August 2016
Final journey of mankind!!! You await us all Certainly, a thousand words will never return you to us This we know because Omosade have written millions Neither will Rivers of tears bring you back, This we know because Omosade’s has filled Oceans But we do know that there is heaven beyond this beautiful blue sky That is your destination Rest on, Omo Afuwape Sleep on, Onye Oka Mmuta
Posted by Sadee Ogundare on 31st July 2016
And so we start to countdown on days to come The day when we finally lay your body to rest No you are no longer in that body, but your spirit lives with us all Every single picture brings back memories Every sound of your voice through videos and CDs brings a smile to my face Alas! You have gone to rest! You tried to warn us all but your gentle soul could not bear to alarm anyone You prepared us all in your lovely subtle way That has helped a bit during this time of shock Papa! We miss you I miss you Sleep on in the bosom of the Lord. Sleep on.
Posted by Abayomi Akeremale on 10th July 2016
Our Prof, we miss you. I heard the announcement of your name in 1971 as a first class mathematical graduate on the radio. You and then Dr Obi were the only first class graduates in Ikale land. I was elated to hear your name announced on the radio. Ever since you have impacted on the lives of many in Nigeria and beyond. You were an international material. I attended your conferment of Fellowship for the Mathematical Society of Nigeria at Minna on the 10th of June 2016 where you admonished us on the values of integrity and honour. I never knew that was the last meeting. May God protect all that you left behind Princess, your wife and the family. I take solace in the words written in Gen 5:28 that mentioned many people that came and died except Enoch who did not and I asked myself Enoch did not do what? Enoch did not die because he walked with the Lord. Good people dont die. Their good works outlive them. Prof Uyi Afuwape does not die. He lives in the memories of men. We must shed this mortal body to attain immortality. Sure o boda. Chief Barr. Abayomi Akeremale CP (Rtd)
Posted by Adeniran Olusola on 29th June 2016
Since I learnt of the passing away of the best teacher I ever had on the 16th June, 2016. I have been at loss thinking of his admonition on the nights of 3rd and 4th May, 2016. I never knew then that those sermons were valedictory. His teachings was not just in the class. Once he found you not to be lazy you are his son. Whenever you are with him he would never be tired of feeding you from his pot of wisdom. I can not tell all that AUA has done for me. Is it his facilitation of my first ever academic trip outside the shores of Nigeria, his harasments to ensure that I complete my doctoral studies on time, his advice to me to marry on time to ensure that my pensions on retirement would not be spent educating children, his constant lectures on how to manage our homes, his advise on how to ensure that our compact pays are managed properly etc. Death you may think that you have triumph but alas have failed woefully. AUA has engraved himself in the hearts of multitudes hence continues to live on. He has only transited to higher glory. ----- This is just the tip of the ice berge. Pages of recounting the more than twenty years experience with Teacher Emeritus - Uyi Afuwape is on the way
Posted by Adeniran Olusola on 29th June 2016
Since I learnt of the passing away of the best teacher I ever had on the 16th June, 2016. I have been at loss thinking of his admonition on the nights of 3rd and 4th May, 2016. I never knew then that those sermons were valedictory. His teachings was not just in the class. Once he found you not to be lazy you are his son. Whenever you are with him he would never be tired to feed from his pot of wisdom. I can not tell all that AUA has done for me. Is it his facilitation of my first ever academic trip outside the shores of Nigeria, his harasments to ensure that I complete my doctoral studies on time, his advice to me to marry on time to ensure that my pensions on retirement would not be spent educating children, his constant lectures on how to manage our homes, his advise on how to ensure that our compact pays are managed properly etc. Death you may think that you have triumph but alas have failed woefully. AUA has engraved himself in the hearts of multitudes hence continues to live on. He has only transited to higher glory. ----- This is just the tip of the ice berge. Pages of recounting the more than twenty of my experience with Teacher Emeritus - Uyi Afuwape is on the way
Posted by Sam Ronald on 29th June 2016
He was my colleague ... my friend ... a truly GOOD person ! I will miss him , but he will live on in our memories forever . Ronald E. Mickens
Posted by Funmilola Asa on 27th June 2016
Prof, You were indeed a father to all. The story of my life and particularly my journey through OAU Ife (and all my siblings that passed through Ife)would never be complete without mentioning your contributions. From your unrelenting help with my admissions, to your fatherly support, raising me when I was broke, advising me on making sure I looked out for my younger siblings amongst others. Some folks could not tell that I was not your biological daughter as a lot of individuals would call me 'Omo Prof'. It's still so hard to believe that you have gone to be with the Lord. I still remember the jokes you used to have with your professor friends back in ife.....with all the "crazy fellow" cracks.......You will be truly missed. Sleep on dear kind-hearted daddy.
Posted by Ikeoluwa Afolabi on 25th June 2016
Daddy you have gone to rest and we will forever celebrate you sir for a life well lived and the impact you made in people's lives myself included. ...i was never an inlaw but a daughter you took under your wings and even encouraged so often. it sadens my heart dt we never got to talk well when i last saw you on the dance floor, dancing at my wedding and soo full of life on the 7th of May, 2016....i can't forget how you came to my husband and i and said "i said i would make it for your wedding and i did" you were a father and a Legend indeed.. we will miss you greatly but rest on the the bossom of the almighty....
Posted by B. Lawson on 24th June 2016
Daddy has gone to be with the Lord… still very difficult to believe. I have known him since I was a little girl in primary school with my dear sister, Sade. The trips with him from Ife to Akure as he took us to boarding school were so much fun. He was so gentle, so kind, so loving; he treated me like his own daughter. This is so painful and I am struggling with this…but I trust that he is home with the Lord. Daddy, we miss you so much. We can only rest in the fact that God is in control.
Posted by Bodunrin Ogunbameru on 22nd June 2016
I am speechless and devastated of the terrible news.Without any doubt the Ikale have lost a great gem,motivator and a philanthropist I can not forget the piece of advice. I remember the day i called prof A.U.Afuwape regards a fellow professor want his number from university of Maiduguri. He said "give my number to the professor"He is very open hearted. Good night uncle,sleep well in Christ till we meet to part no more
Posted by Matthew Akinyemi on 22nd June 2016
" A rare meticulous meek Professor" It didn’t matter whether we met often or not, what mattered is that your advice helped me connect my life’s dots. It didn’t matter whether we spoke every day or not, what mattered was that you loved me like your child', I'll miss your references any time i request for them. Thank you and rest with the angels of the Lord.
Posted by Adeleke Timothy ADEMOLA on 20th June 2016
Professor A.U. Afuwape, Barnabas of our time has gone home to rest. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Akintunde Akintan on 20th June 2016
Truly, uncle is a luminous light whose presence, warmth and candor will be sorely missed. A humble man to the core and a bridge to everyone. Goodnight sir
Posted by Niyi Ogundiran on 20th June 2016
Though not a long-time contact, yet Prof. Afuwape was a great encouragement to us,' publish or perish, never forget'. RIP.
Posted by Memudu Olatinwo on 20th June 2016
My great teacher and a mentor is gone. A motivator of several younger staff members has gone. I pray that his soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Akin OLOSUNDE on 20th June 2016
My Prof. I cannot forget your words of encouragements, when I went for an interview at FUNAAB for the position of AL and I was somehow jittery. You told me then that as one of well trained ife product I should go and defeat others because Ife products have never been defeated before in academics interview. This word gave me that audacity to go and get the job as you prophesied academically. Thanks and continue to rest in the bosom of your savior, good night Sir
Posted by Gbenga Akinbo on 20th June 2016
Ajanaku sun bi oke! The "young ones" in the Department of Mathematics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife are still searching for another motivator to fill your vacuum. We have not found one. May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Victoria Toyin on 20th June 2016
Prof losing you to death is a painful thing. You were my mentor, teacher, my daddy. Your brother Eddy(my dad) has not stopped crying. Thank God for a life well spent. Sun re o olofe owon
Posted by Michael Oluwafemi Afuwape on 19th June 2016
I found it extremely difficult to believe that Prof Afuwape is gone. A gentle man that does not believe in any negativity. We will forever miss your fatherly advice and words of encouragement. My career as an engineer was encouraged by you. Femi, as you fondly called me, Kawe e o(read your books). You were not just an uncle but a father and a teacher. I know crying will not bring you back to us, but your legacies will forever be remembered. Omo baba Lagbede, Your brother(My father) is still in shock and won't stop crying for your lost. A genius of our time. An hardworking prof who remains one of the best Nigeria has ever produced. Good night sir. Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Obisesan Olukunle on 19th June 2016
Daddy,May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. You will be always remembered for whom you are .Miss you sir in Road 7 babinbayo.
Posted by Tosin Fabunmi-Fawibe on 19th June 2016
There will never be enough words for me to describe who you were! I praise God for the life you lived. You were a father in every sense of the word...the BEST GUARDIAN EVER! I will never forget my days in OAU...the times my dad, your dear friend, would come to visit and your many jokes together. I remember the time you walked with me from your office (white house) to my faculty after I came crying because a lecturer misplaced my script. I remember how happy you were when that case was eventually resolved. You never stopped caring even after I got married and started having children...you would call/skype from time to time. I miss you already! I doubt that these tears will stop flowing any time soon. I look to God for strength...for me, my siblings, my dad (...we just didn't know how to break the news to him. He is having a very difficult time accepting that you're no more with us), your wonderful children, grandchildren and your darling wife. O d'aro Sir.
Posted by Funmi Oyedeji on 18th June 2016
"Baba Ige (Baba Ayonge to my mother) mi tooto: We missed you already and will miss you always. Iya Ige, Ige, all Ige aburos, Oko Ige, Ige's Sisters- and Brothers-in-law, Ige's nephews and nieces, please accept our heartfelt condolence on your loss. It is evident that Baba Ige left behind a thousand moments that will live in all your hearts forever. He touched all the lives he could, including mine. (Knowing Iya and Baba Ige had a little, okay make that lot, to do with my family today. Just say it? They were the match-maker between me and my husband.) So there ....... I am sure you all know at this difficult time, that you are in so many thoughts and prayers. May it be a source of inner strength to know that there's a loving God watching over you all and that, throughout this time of need, He'll stay close by your side, with His arms of love around you and give you rainbows after the storms. Iya Ige, and all of you as a matter of fact, in the quiet moments, when the hurt is hard to bear, may the love of God which transcends all understanding guard your mind in Christ Jesus (Phil. 4:7). May you also find comfort in the memories that are yours to cherish always, and strength in the companionship of those who share your loss.... May God grant his soul eternal rest."
Posted by Ayaba Shittu on 18th June 2016
Adieu Daddy, we thank God that you came, you saw and you conquered. You will forever be missed. The fact that you were a very good man is reflected in your children . Olododo ku, sugbon ise re nfohun Sibe. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Babatunde Ogundare on 18th June 2016
Prof., I am still finding it difficult to come to the reality of your departure. The last time we met was in February, when I came in the company of our research group (Research Group in Differential Equations and Applications) of the Department of Mathematics of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, it did not occured to me then that you also will leave so soon after you consoled me on the loss of my Mum. An ICON, Coach, Teacher, Mentor, Supervisor and one of the valuable person of positive influence in my life. You did all you knew then to make me somebody in the Academics. Even when we thought that you are becoming old the giant footprint left in the department and in our then EAGLETS when employed is yet to be filled by anybody after almost a decade of leaving the system. You will always be remembered by us all. We will miss you a lot. ADIEU Professor ANTHONY UYI AFUWAPE. ADIEU the great Supervisor and Coach.
Posted by Adetunji Adeyanju on 18th June 2016
What a colossal loss!!! Thank God we met physically before your departure. Your impact in the field of mathematics remains indelible.
Posted by Sola Akinrinade on 18th June 2016
Truly saddened by the news of the untimely departure of Professor Uyi Afuwape to the life beyond. First met him in 1976, me then a young man waiting to enter the University. Can never forget the charming and engaging character that he was. A great encourager who challenged us all to rise above limitations and be the best possible. A true family man by every standard and one who strived to give them the best. Our thoughts are with the family, the incomparably gentle Mama Shade (Iya Ige to my big Sister), and the children. Would be forever missed. Rest in Peace.
Posted by Doyin Adeoba on 18th June 2016
Words fail me. Words, truly fail me. But, am comforted by the exemplary life you lived. Thank you for everything. Above all, your selflessness and humility, are virtues worthy of emulation for we young ones, you left behind. I choose not to mourn, but celebrate the good life you lived. Adieu
Posted by Micah Osilike on 18th June 2016
Astute great Mathematician, team player, motivator, Evangelist, I received the news of your sudden departure to eternal glory with great shock and sadness. We were all together on 4th May, 2016 at Federal University of Technology, Minna Nigeria where you were inducted into the Fellow of the Nigerian Mathematical Society, a Society you served diligently in many capacities and made invaluable contributions. You were as usual invited as a guest speaker, and a part from your lecture, you also delivered a wonderful motivational admonition to the Annual Conference Participants. Little did we know that it was an eternal farewell to a Society you cherished so much. With gratitude to God and trust in His unfailing love, I implore your wonderful family to please accept my sincere condolences. May the Almighty God grant the wife; loving children; and the entire family; in-laws; friends and well-wishers the fortitude to bear the loss. May his gentle soul rest in peace

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