This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved Daddy, Grandfather, Ayodele Ikotun 66 years old , born on December 10, 1945 and passed away on October 14, 2012. You are forever in our hearts. Six years gone by and we still miss you every passing day. Your wife, kids and grandkids miss you daily. We love you daddy but Jesus loves you more. Continue to rest in perfect peace


Posted by Abimbola Ikotun-Ojo on February 10, 2019
Your smile, your memories are what is left for us to remember you. You lived your life well and your legacy lives on. I wish you were here to see the feats we have achieved but we know you watch us from above and you are smiling at us. We love you daddy

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Posted by Abimbola Ikotun-Ojo on February 10, 2019
Your smile, your memories are what is left for us to remember you. You lived your life well and your legacy lives on. I wish you were here to see the feats we have achieved but we know you watch us from above and you are smiling at us. We love you daddy
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Shared by Abimbola Ikotun-Ojo on December 12, 2019
It's Christmas without Grandpa. When we were little, Dad would take us out to Amusement Park, we went to see Santa Claus, went shopping and all. Now it seems so boring without you Dad.
Continue to rest in perfect peace Daddy

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Shared by Abimbola Ikotun-Ojo on December 12, 2019
I recall vividly in April, 2012 that myself and my husband visited my dad's house to spend the night in preparation for an Aunt's birthday and retirement celebration. At 12 midnight dad woke up startled. He had a nightmare. He started to puke and was sweating profusely. He couldn't speak immediately. Mom wasn't home, she had left the previous day for her Sister's house. I called her on phone to let her know the situation. She advised we take dad to the hospital. 
Dad got better and was discharged 2days later. We continued with our lives till in October 14 when I heard the sad news of dad's demise. Dad had slumped at church. He was brought in dead to hospital.
Daddy, you lived a fulfilling life. You were kind and helpful. 
Years after your death Dad, we are battling court case because some people who are oblivious of how you and Mom struggled together to acquire your properties want to have a share in it. 
We haven't laid a headstone on your grave Dad due to insufficient funds but hopefully I pray we do that in 2020 by God's grace.
You mean so much to us. I pray that you continue to rest in perfect peace Daddy. Your daughter and your other kids and your grandkids miss you. Mom keeps regretting why you had to leave the time you did. She misses you everyday. You are forever in our hearts Dad. God bless your soul