Posted by Dr Olasunkanmi Adeyinka on June 15, 2021
On behalf on the entire Molade family, I hereby express my sincere condolence to the Ladapo’s family on the transition of our father Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo. I had the opportunity of meeting and interacting with him during his visit to the Houston Texas , during which I found him to be a very pleasant, kind and God fearing person. He was fun to be around at all times, and welcome everyone with prayers. A man of exemplary character to have as a father-in-law
Our entire family would forever be grateful to you and the Ladapo family for giving your daughter Bukola to us as a wife and daughter to have and to keep , as a result of which we are blessed with two beautiful girls Nifemi and Yewande Molade.
We pray that your soul continues to rest in perfect peace and may God continue to protect the family that you left behind
E su re daddy
We love you but God loves more
Posted by Olukayode Fasesan on June 14, 2021
On behalf of Fasesan family (the family of Abike Ladapo), we express our heartfelt condolences to mama Ladapo and the entire Ladapo family on the passing of our father and grand father Chief Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo.

Baba was a great man, unassuming and gentle. He was a father to many and he treated other people's children as his own.

It is our prayer that God will continue to comfort mama, the whole family, and richly bless us all as we mourn. We pray for the repose of Baba's soul and those of all faithful departed through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Posted by ABUBAKAR MOLADE on June 13, 2021
I met daddy when I went to introduce myself as my wife's husband.  Daddy was so nice joking that I look as if he is my father. Henceforth we had a strong father and son relationship. He had an uncanny ability to make me laugh. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, and father-in-law.  He is now in God's hands. When God takes us home, we shall celebrate with you Daddy. My Father-in-Law will live on in our hearts forever. Distance made it difficult for you to be a part of our daily lives, but I treasured the small moments we shared whenever we were together. Rest in perfect peace Sir. 

 Abubakar Molade, Texas
Posted by Sinday Ladapo on June 8, 2021
I cannot but thank God for your chequered life brother Jitoni of blessed memory.You were full of infectious smiles and happy with other peoples' progress.We related as if we are siblings irrespective of the age gap.l recall you always invite me at every joyous occasion of your children even when you were a Liberty Stadium area. You equally honoured my invitations whenever l call..You will be greatly and sorely missed by all who interacted with you.May God comfort your wife and loving children and the Ladapo family.
I pray God to grant you eternal rest Amen.

Posted by Ademola Akinkunmi on June 2, 2021
On behalf of we the Akinkunmis, I woud like to express our deepest condolence to the Ladapo family, on the passing of our dear father Pa Anthony O. Ladapo. May the Almighty continue to keep daddy in His care and may The Lord grant all those he left behind the fortitude to bear the loss and the comfort of knowing that memories of him shall always be a blessing to the family. Continue to rest in the Lord Baba dada!
Posted by Ronke Adijat on June 1, 2021
The news of your home call came to us as a rude shock...Huuu Br.Tony you were a brother/uncle and friend to all !!! Generous, loving, accommodating and very pleasant to keep, an uncle in a million!!! Who would have thought of a time like this? Still the Lord is good all the time, he alone knows the best because there is an appointed time for everything so saith the lord. You live a life full of love and dedication to your children, family and others who came across you in which my husband is one of them, you gisted with him like mates, shared lots of deep moments together. I deeply cherish and appreciate you Br.Tony. Great honor crossing your path Anthony Ajitoni omo Ajisunwon sunre ooo Rest on till we meet to part no more..Alhaja Ronke Adijat Biziniilahi (Oyo)
Posted by Aduke A. Ladapo on June 1, 2021
Tribute to my loving and caring Dad, Chief Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo
Your love was an indication and an integral part of my overall marital happiness.
You poured your heart into my dearest husband, you told him how much I cared for you and how grateful you were to have me as a daughter-in-law.
If I had to do my life over
I’d chose you to be my dad.
I love you and honor you.
I am happy to call you my dad and am proud to be your daughter-in-law.
As a father-in-law and a father figure, your absence left a deep wound in my heart. It is sad to feel that you are no more with us on earth, but your love and peaceful memories are still our guide.
You meant the world to me.
Your love and smile was always pure;
You treated me as your own.
You always took me as your real daughter, instead of just saying daughter-in-law.
I love you and I always will,
You filled a space that no one will ever replace.
You are gone, but you will never be forgotten.
I lost you, but I did not lose you as a model of my husband’s life.
Rest In Peace till we meet again.
1 Thes.4:13-14, Rom. 8:38-39
      Love and miss you Dad❤️
      Aduke A. Ladapo (US)
Posted by Ladi Yussuf on May 31, 2021

I am truly happy to have had the privilege of having you be a great part of my up bringing.

My fondest memories of you are of your smile that radiates warmth and joy as well as your infectious booming laughter.

Since your passing, I have had time to reflect on your values and virtues and came to the conclusion that, should I be lucky enough to live a life such as yours, then it would be a life well lived indeed!.

Daddy, until we meet to part no more, Esun re!

Your son,

Oladipupo Yussuf
(Rep. Of Ireland).
Posted by Olatunde Ladapo on May 30, 2021
To my Dad,
You were a Great man with mind blowing virtues and values
You were selfless and eager to lend a helping hand to the helpless and needy
You were a people builder, a vision promoter and well meaning, kindhearted individual.
You taught me to always be honest, bold ,selfless and God fearing.
You gave your best to family and friends
You were a trailblazer, you ran the race that was set before you and you left an emulative lasting legacy which will forever be cherished by me, your children, your grandchildren and generations to come.
“You never know how much you love someone until they are no more”
I love you Dad and I miss you so, so much
My solace however, is in Christ Jesus who has made me to understand that although your outward man is no more, your inward man has found eternal rest in God’s bosom.
I know you are in a better place.
Sun re o Baba mi!
Omo Ola! Omo Ladapo
Omo Ajisunwon
Omo Ajilal’Osho
Omo Ajif’ojo Gbogbo Dara bi Egbin
Sun re o Chief Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo(AJITULAD)
     Your son Olatunde Olanrewaju Ladapo loves you ❤️and will always remember you ❤️
Posted by Mariam Dawudu on May 30, 2021
Daddy, I can't believe that You are gone. However I believe You are resting in the bossom of the Most high God. You were a Father to ALL. Very loving, generous and kind. You bring laughter and joy everywhere you go. I will cherish the memories of your frequent trips with Mommy to the United States of America. We were happy, we had fun, Life was good. You made every situation stress free. Thank YOU for your words of encouragement to me through it all. I will never forget your steadfast love and support to me and my siblings. I pray that God continues to protect and bless all your wonderful children and Mommy in Jesus mighty name AMEN

Labisi Ladapo
Posted by IBITOLA LADAPO on May 29, 2021
I came into your family not knowing what I'd find.I was nervous and afraid.You gently eased my mind.You made me feel right at home from the first day that we met. You welcomed me with open arms and that I won't forget.
You always encourage me with kind words and you made me feel at home always.
You are a great DAD,loving and caring.I thank God for your well spent life.
We love and miss you so much.
Posted by Oluyomi Ladapo on May 29, 2021 many images come to mind whenever I speak your name. How you taught us to be truthful, and trustworthy in life. You made us realise how important family values is and to stand with each other and help others. I can remember how you encouraged me and stood more than a father to make me what I'm today. Agitu Lad... a father that will always be loved and remembered.. Rest in peace.
Posted by Bukky Ladapo-Molade on May 28, 2021
It’s really hard doing this at this time. I wish I was doing it for your 90th birthday. Dad, as I fondly call you, your departure is really hard on me. I can’t refer to you in the past. Baba mi Omo Ajisuwon. The world’s best dad. I can’t believe you are gone and I don’t think I will ever come to terms with the fact that I won’t see you anymore. I cherish our last minutes together. You loved us till your last breath. Baba mi Omoola, slow to anger, never a dull moment with you. You were full of humor and generous to a fault. You generosity paved way for us all your children everywhere we went. Mere mention of your name got us everything. I remember my days in Unijos. You worked in Jos years before I went to school there and everyone who knew I was your daughter treated like theirs. My friends cherished the relationship you had with us. We could tell you anything and everything. Baba mi oniwa tutu bi adaba. You don’t quarrel or get angry. Always at peace with everyone. A perfect gentleman. My father the neat and perfect dresser. I got my fashion sense from you. A hardworking man. You taught us your children to be hardworking. A very honest and God fearing man. You loved God and served Him with all your had. I thank God for the path you led us through.
My consolation is that you are resting in the bosom of the Almighty God, and I’ll see you again. Baba mi Ajitoni oko Oyebisi, baba Bimbola, Bukola, Ayodele, Olatunde, and Oluyomi. Sun re oo

❤️❤️❤️❤️ Olubukola Ladapo-Molade AJOKS. Daughter (Your baby girl)
Posted by Nnamdi chidingozi Onyened... on May 27, 2021
Daddy, Though I know little of you personally
But I can see how you lived through the
Personality of your son,Pastor Ayo Ladapo
Your life was a blessing
Your memory a treasure
Forever in our thoughts
Rest In Peace Daddy !

Posted by AYODELE LADAPO on May 27, 2021
Posted by Andrew Ladipo on May 27, 2021
Life is really short at 82 for Daddy, Chief Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo, Father, Senior Brother in law,  Mentor, Church Elder, Inspirational Counsellor,
Community Leader and much more. I cannot believe you are no longer with us physically but the memory of the great things you did and achieved are forever with us and remembered to glorify God You were a man of many qualities with great potential to love everyone as unto the Lord. We cherish all these and the legacy you left behind is for eternity. We hope to see you at the feet of Jesus when we shall meet to part no more. Rev Dr A. A. Ladipo for the family.
Posted by Nifemi Molade on May 24, 2021
To my beloved grandfather, Chief Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo, I feel incredibly honored to be your granddaughter. You were and continue to be a pivotal figure in my life, shaping me into the person I am today. I am grateful to have known such a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather. Grandpa was a selfless and compassionate individual. My grandfather was a man that never thought twice about jumping to help someone in need. He was incredibly generous and charismatic. My grandfather was a loving person that always had a smile when he looked at me. Being his first granddaughter, I was always spoiled and showered with love by him as a child. There is no doubt in my mind that he took pride in being my grandfather, and I am proud to be his granddaughter. I pray that you keep an eye on me and are proud of me in every endeavor I undertake. I am very saddened that you are gone, but I know that you have gone to rest with our Father in Heaven. I'm so thankful for the great times my grandfather and I shared.
I love you so much Grandpa.

John 16:22
“Therefore you too have grief now; but I will see you again, and your heart will rejoice, and no one will take your joy away from you.

Oluwanifemi Molade (Granddaughter), Texas
Posted by Yewande Molade on May 24, 2021
Grandpa I can’t describe how much I miss you. Even though I didn’t have a lot of time to get to know you. But I get to see you every single day through my mom. You brought her up to be the amazing, strong, and independent women she is today, and I want to thank you for that. I remember those times when I was younger and you used to scold me for running around and at the age I was, I didn’t understand why you wouldn’t just let me. But now I’ve come to the understanding that you wanted the best for me you didn’t want me to accidentally hurt myself or get in more trouble with my parents. When you left I saw the true affect you had on everyone’s lives and just by that I know that you were a great man.

Yewande Molde(granddaughter), Texas
Posted by Oluwakemi Ladapo on May 24, 2021
I deeply appreciate God today for the life of my Dear Father, Chief Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo. God by privilege of marriage brought me into this glorious family over two (2) decades ago and indeed am so grateful because God has been faithful. Thank you Dad for your kind, affectionate and ever consistent love to me. We celebrate your exemplary and impactful life today Dad because your life has been such a huge blessing to us your children and to countless others who are testifying of same today. Dad, we promise to keep building on your legacy of love for God, love for one another and love for humanity. We love and miss you so much Dad but Our solace in God is that, we shall see you again in Glory at Resurrection because we know you are resting with the Lord.
E sun re o Baami Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo.
Oluwakemi Ladapo
Posted by Timi Thomas on May 24, 2021
There’s a quote that states, “I can no longer see you with my eyes or touch you with my hands, but I will feel you in my heart forever.” Even now, it’s tough for us to admit that our grandfather, Chief Anthony Oladimeji Ladapo has gone to rest. Nevertheless, he has gone to rest with his maker. We remember our grandfather's impact, not just on us but everyone he encountered. We'll remember our grandfather's hugs and his infectious laugh. Through the tears and pain, we are reminded that “he left a legacy for us. It’s time to continue his legacy by helping others just as he did". Through the grace of God, we will meet again. Until then, rest in peace grandpa.

-T'Oluwanimi and Oluwatimilehin Ademola- Thomas (grandchildren)
Posted by Paul Idoko on May 22, 2021
You are indeed a great Man. The impact of your hard work can be seen. Your love for God is overwhelming. You legacy will continue to speak forever. Rest on Grandpa. We love You.
Posted by Gideon Ladapo on May 21, 2021
It still feels so unreal that you have left me but I know God knows best. I will always cherish the little time we spent together, your advice and your prayers towards me. I promise to make you proud and I know you will be smiling down on me from Heaven.
Love you so much Grandpa Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Kola Oke on May 20, 2021
The Tony that's what you're called. You are a wonderful person and father,I can't describe how much you mean to us from the Okes. You were our other father because you were. You helped in whatever way you can. You will surely be missed. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Toyosi Balogun on May 20, 2021
We have lost one of the great pillar of LADAPO Dynasty. A loving and caring daddy.
Daddy Ajitoni as founly called, he was a great man , always ready to assist his family and humanity.
I remembered my primary school days at Sacred Heart Private School Onireke, he will buy my textbook and refused to be refunded by my mum who was his Sister.
Adieu my father, my Uncle, we love you but we are sure you are resting in the blossom of our Lord till the ressuration day.
QS Balogun Margret Toyosi
    Your Niece

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Posted by Andrew Olutosin on May 20, 2021
You may have passed on but your memories would always live on. I was privileged to have a glance of your face. Your exit is never a loss but a glorious one. God have granted you peace as promised in His word. Rest on Grandpa!!!
Posted by Lydia Adewumi on May 20, 2021
I might not have met you or seen you physically but my connection with the product of your tutelage (Pastor Ayo Ladapo) made me have a glimpse of who you are. You have being called to glory, but your values and legacies lives on and it is being duplicated in our lives.
Those we love can never be more than a thought away. For as long as there's a memory, they live on in our hearts
Rest well, Grandpa!
Posted by Prof PHILIP Ogunnaike on May 19, 2021
Tribute from Mrs Tolani Ogunnaike (Nee Ladapo) and Prof. Philip Ogunnaike.
Lord, for your faithful people and our beloved, amiable and admirable uncle, Chief Anthony Jitoni Oladimeji Ladapo, Life is Changed Not Ended. Uncle Jitoni, you lived a life of Faith, Honesty, Good deeds and Kindness. We emulate in You Uncle Jitoni; Godliness with Contentment; Good Counsel and Good Manners. You were a highly sociable person for which we admired you. Beloved Uncle Jitoni, you loved God. You loved your family, friends and humanity, and there was no Pride in you.
Eternal Rest we pray O Lord, to grant the Soul of our beloved and amiable uncle Chief Anthony Jitoni Oladimeji Ladapo. Amen. Eternal Father of All Mankind, let Your Perpetual Light Shine Upon him. Amen. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen.
Posted by Ayodele Johnson on May 18, 2021
Precious in the sight of the LORD is the departure of his saints.

Our dear grandpa, we do not mourn you cos we know you're in a better place where there's no pain. You'll be greatly missed sir, we pray your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Adieu great legend.

Posted by Olayinka Ogundana on May 18, 2021
Daddy, you were an epitome of love,diligence and passion,you lived alive worthy of emulation. You shall surely be missed. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by AJOMALE Samuel on May 18, 2021
What is the measure of a man? Is it the amount of money he has? The possessions he owns and the power he holds? NO
The true measure of a man is how much love he gives; how selflessly he shares whatever he can to help others; how consistently he lifts up those around him and how passionately he serves our lord and saviour JESUS CHRIST. By this standard grandpa was immeasurable.

We lost a father, a grandfather, a life giver and a God lover But only in body, not in spirit. In spirit, you are in a better place in heaven. This is our joy, this is our satisfaction. Your memory lives on for your impact isn't in the sand of time but in the heart of men. Rest well grand pa.
Posted by Pst Kelvin Ekeke on May 18, 2021
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.

You have lived well sir. You have raised Godly seeds and the legacies you left behind will continue the good work.

Just like Apostle Paul said , I have fought a good fight. I have finished my course, i have kept the faith..2Timothy 4.7

Indeed you fought a good fight and you kept the faith. May the good Lord you served reward you with heavenly crown and treasures in Jesus Name, Amen.
Posted by Gbemisola Ladapo on May 18, 2021
“We don’t live or die just for ourselves. If we live, we are living for the Lord. And if we die, we are dying for the Lord. So living or dying, we belong to the Lord.”
‭‭Romans‬ ‭14:7-8‬ ‭
I am proud to call Late Chief Anthony Ladapo my grandfather. It hurts to see you go but I am certain you are in a better place. I wish I had more time to spend with you, but either way I am grateful for the memories I shared with you. You’ve had such an amazing and long lasting influence on all of us, especially your grandchildren. Everything my dad has also told me about you has always been an inspiration. I have learnt how to put others before me from you. You are indeed an icon, a role model. I celebrate your life because I know heaven has received another angel. Your life has become a loving memory and I know you will never be far. I love you grandpa, Rest well
Posted by Famusanmi Damilola on May 7, 2021
Sweet they said is the Memory of the Righteous!!!
I was privileged to Meet Grandpa Chief Anthony LADAPO recently, a Man of peace, a genuine lover of God and Man, a generous Man to the core, the evidence of which I witnessed even on your dying Bed, u never lack Men nor being STRANDED even at death, Someone is always on ground.....
This reminds me of the saying "What you make happen for Man God makes happen for you"
Rest on Baba Agbalagba till we meet at the feet of the risen Christ and depart no more.
Pastor Daniel Oluwadamilola FAMUSANMI
(Living Faith Church (Winners Chapel) Basorun Ibadan.

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