Let the memory of Beatrice be with us forever.
  • 76 years old
  • Born on June 4, 1942 in Ilaro, Ogun, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on February 18, 2019 in Abeokuta, Ogun, Nigeria.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Beatrice John 76 years old , born on June 4, 1942 and passed away on February 18, 2019. We will remember her forever. Thanks you. (PSJ, For family)

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BURIAL ARRANGEMENTS  ARE AS FOLLOWS

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CHRISTIAN WAKE KEEP : THURSDAY 25TH APRIL, 2019

VENUE : JUNIOR HALL, THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD, MOUNT ZION SANCTUARY, IDIABA, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE.

TIME: 5.30 PM

BURIAL SERIVICE: FRIDAY 26TH APRIL, 2019

VENUE: THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD, MOUNT ZION SANCTUARY, IDIABA, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE.

TIME: 10am

Interment follows immediately at the churchn cemetary, Ajebo road, Idiaba, Abeokuta.

Posted by Motunrayo Osho on 3rd March 2019
Grandma just as are fondly called, good night till we meet and part no more. You will always be remembered by us.
Posted by Victor Fasanya on 3rd March 2019
Although I didn't have personal contact or encounter with Mama during her lifetime, the good testimonies I have heard concerning her and the evidences of good upbringing which radiate in her children, all testify to the fact that she was a great woman and mother. May the gentle soul of Mama rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Mary Adegunloye on 2nd March 2019
I never had a close relationship with her, but I could see her impact on her son, who is a Father to me. Every reference to her was always in honour and appreciation for the gift of her. According to daddy, She lived a life worth emulating and walked in the fear of the Lord. I celebrate that. Thank God for the privilege to live a life that counts in his sight.
Posted by Arogundecrown Ayotunde on 1st March 2019
Grandma was kind, caring and loving during her lifetime. I remember days where she will want to sacrifice all she has in her shop. Ever since she has been on the sick bed I missed all the benefits she used to give me. I remember you promising me you will come for my convocation but God knows best Grandma boluwatife will surely miss you. Sun re o!!!!!!!
Posted by Kehinde Oluwatosin Babatu... on 27th February 2019
I wish mama a soulful rest in the bosom of the creator. Her legacy surely lives on.
Posted by ALFRED OLABOPO on 27th February 2019
On behalf of the elders of RCCG Ogun province 15, we surely know that you have gone to rest with the Lord. You will be sorely missed. Sun re o mama.
Posted by Akintaju Felix on 26th February 2019
Sweet mother, we give praise to God for a life well spent. Thanks be to God for everything you were able to do for God before your departure. We will meet you ma at the resurrection morning. Sleep on our amiable mother.
Posted by Taiwo Akinsanya on 25th February 2019
May grandma's soul rest in perfect peace, till we meet to part no more in Jesus name
Posted by KOLAJO BUKO on 25th February 2019
My infatiguable Grandma and forever joyful Mum, You are a super complete woman. To mention a few, in the place of prayers, ur warmth, care for family members, concern for all, sacrificial services rendered, ur tollerance, passionate love for Gods kindom matters, generously in the midst of little, forgiving, wise counsel to the youths, and so protective of ur children. The vaccume you created, no one can ever fill it. I Love u with an undying love. Your son Oluwakolajo Buko
Posted by Olusola Oludare on 24th February 2019
Mummy boti wun ka fe o to, Jesu fe o juwa lo. Ma sun ko si ma sinmin lookan aya Olugbala re titi a o fi pade leti odo didan. Awon omo selede lehin re, ebi nselede lehin re, ijo Olorun pelu selede lehin re.
Posted by Blessing Opara on 24th February 2019
Grandma hmmm, your loving kindness and care will forever be remembered.May heaven welcome you.We miss you but you will not miss your Heavenly home. Rest in peace.
Posted by Oluwole Sodipo on 23rd February 2019
Mama,though I don't known you,but I know your son Pst Sola John, my PICP, I know his wife and his children. Though,I v no opportunity to meet with you,but I v had many and read much of your testimonies This tells me you are truly a mother indeed. Mama ,rest on until we meet at the Lords feet by His Grace on ressurection day. Rest in perfect peace mama. Sodipo,o s,RCCG,Ogun eleven house of prayer,ikenne
Posted by MODUPE AJAYI on 23rd February 2019
Grandma, the pain and your death was a surprise for me. You're a very good person A real mother and grandmother for everyone that comes to your path. Rest well and continue to SLEEP ON GRANDMA. I WILL REAL MISS YOU. TILL WILL MEET AGAIN.
Posted by Kayode Lewis on 23rd February 2019
Grandma I am one of your nephews. May you rest in the arms of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Posted by Adeboye Oyedele on 23rd February 2019
Grandma is a blessing to me, I grew up to see Grandma as very active in the ushering department in RCCG GLORYLAND. Grandma never missed any lets-go-a-fishing even weekly services.. She is inspiring, ehn ehn, I remember that Grandma has a very sweet tenor voice especially while singing hymnal songs. For every service that we drummers didn't do well she will come and tell us, she loves hymn songs and agbamole drum very well.. Although, its painful but your memories still linger
Posted by Olumide Hassan on 23rd February 2019
She lived a great life as a mother and grandmother. She was a mother-in-law to reckon with, her passion for love cannot be overemphasized. She was a devoted Christian mother that you need not to question her faith. I remember her voice during the time of her illness - “e se, amin Jesu” and her sweet words from a devoted and loving Mother. I pray the Lord God to please in HIS infinite mercy erase her misdeeds both intentionally and unintentionally, may the beautiful soul of Iya Buko continue to rest in the blossom of the Lord God amen. Sun re oooo!!
Posted by Bolarinwa Akinloye on 23rd February 2019
May her soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Oluwarotimi Deji Samuel on 23rd February 2019
Mama Aduoka , Iya Labake, what a Glorious Transformation !!! Thank God for your life ,you have ran a good race, and finished well, go and rest mama,till the day of rewarding when you will reap the reward of your Evangelism, Mama Evangelist, Beatrice Aduola John, good night
Posted by Omolabake Arogundade on 23rd February 2019
It is hard to say goodbye to a loving mother like this Beatrice Adunola John( lya Buko) Jesutofunmi was a great mother and a fantastic human being for her charitable work. Mummy was a kind and gentle woman ,,she had such a spirit of wisdom,and was able to give me the right advice in any situation.I feel truly blessed to have her as a mother. May the memories of Beatrice Aduola John(Iya Buko)Jesutofunmi sustain and strenthen us. Mummy sun laya olugbala re!!! SUN RE ! SUN RE.!! SUN REEEE!!!!!!
Posted by Jesufemisi Adeyemi on 23rd February 2019
I knew you as a wonderful and caring Grandma since I was a toddler. You showed us love without being partial. Your words of advise to both young and old intrigues me so much, that I desire to impact lives around me like you did. You were a gem we don't want to lose, a model we like to keep forever but your transition had denied us this our secret desire. Your memory cannot be erased from our heart. Grandma sleep well in the bosom of our lord Jesus Christ till we meet to part no more. -Oladayo & Jesufemisi ADEYEMI
Posted by Oladipo Abolade on 22nd February 2019
Grandma, You were a mother indeed, lovely, respecter of Men of God and lover of prayer, always at Divine Contact every Wednesday till sometimes later, fondly called my son Victor even when I almost forgotten the name, Grandma you were beautiful in and out, Surely Gloryland, Ogun Province 15 and Ogun family will miss you, Sleep on
Posted by Samuel Babajide Folarin on 22nd February 2019
Grandma, we love you but God loves you most. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. The Lord will continue to uphold all you left behind.
Posted by Obajimi Semilola on 22nd February 2019
Grandma,We love you but God loved you most.May your soul rest in peace.We Thank God for the life of your Son,Our own PASTOR JOHN.
Posted by Omopariola Stephen on 22nd February 2019
Adieu, dear mother of our father. We might not have seen you before, but we've seen your character and nature in our father your son. There's no doubt that our father is an example of all that you were. We can boldly attest of your love, diligence, zealousness & overwhelming passion for the Lord's work. It's a hard thing to miss someone of such great value and quality. Nevertheless, we're sure she's gone to be with the Lord. So mama, rest on in perfect peace until the resurrection morning were we shall meet and part no more. Adieu Great Mother.
Posted by Adeseni Olushegun on 22nd February 2019
Posted by Adeseni Olushegun on 22nd February 2019 Only remembered, only remembered, only remembered by what we have done. Mama sowed a good seed and that germinated and produced fruit to eternity and is still bearing seed which is still impacting lives and generations. Pst. John, e ku asehinde, e ku ara feraku. The Lord will keep you and all other members of the family going strong and fulfilling the mandate the more in him in Jesus name. Congratulations to you for Succeeding Maami. Peace.
Posted by Fayomi Anuoluwapo on 22nd February 2019
A wonderful mother with great love for all. An epitome of VIRTUOUS WOMAN whose seeds are the success story of her labour. Rest on grandma till we meet at Jesus' feet.
Posted by Ayoola Anifowose on 22nd February 2019
Mama, rest in the bosom of the Lord. The Lord will uphold the entire family. We thank God for the life of your Son, our Pastor, Pastor Sola John.
Posted by Oyeniran Rahmot on 22nd February 2019
Grandma, Even though I never got to know you during your life time, I'm still opportuned to know an Icon, the person of honour Pastor Olusola John(PSJ). Grandma, you've build a nation through him. You are a mother anyone could have...... Rest in the bossom of the Lord Mama
Posted by Adenuga Tunde on 22nd February 2019
Though we never knew Mama, but the life of her son Pst Sola John could be a testimonial for her. She must have been a woman of virtue, faith and a lover of Christ. The legacy you left behind is actually showing what you stood for. Rest On Mama in the bosom of your Lord. Pst Adenuga Tunde and Family.
Posted by Akin Lewis on 22nd February 2019
I am one of your many nephews. May you eternally rest in peace with Our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ.
Posted by Olayinka Ayodeji on 22nd February 2019
Just remembering how she was n how she use to talk to me about my dressing Yinka stop sagging Those times I use to drive her to buy Coke from the company Those times in camp that she will say yinka you speed too much those times I miss her You can never go to her n you won't eat or take something from her shop.... Rest on grand ma... Till we meet on resurrection day..... We love you but God loves you more.....
Posted by Tade Ayodele on 22nd February 2019
I knew Mama first as a Member of RCCG Gloryland Parish. She was a God lover. She never missed services and she would be prompt. Her son,Pst Sola John, is a prominent leader in the Church yet she never at any time behave unruly or throw it at any one's face. A very humble woman of God. Mama would be fondly remembered as an encourager, understanding and caring mother. Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Emmanuel Jolaolu Adegbenr... on 22nd February 2019
It's hard to say goodbye to a loved one. Even with the pain,, very soon, we still adjust after saying so as if we had not missed anything. Only faint memories continue to linger in our hearts. The lives we have touched and the impacts we have made constitute our relics and remains. These are life's sure legacies with which our lives can be measured and appreciated. And so whether we've ever known mama or not does not count for speaking for her. We simply take a cursory look at what she left behind to determine how impactful her sojourn on earth was. Everyone's work shall continue to speak for them when they're not there. Our daddy, Pastor Shola John, is enough testimony to attest to a good legacy mama left behind, and thus a veritable yardstick to conclude that she planted and watered good seed on the sand of time. And so, the memory lingers on. And we shall continue to see you through the eye of our daddy, the Provincial Pastor in RCCG, Ogun 11. He remains your undiluted epitome and symbol of legacy. Adieu, dear ma. Bye and bye, until the resurrection morning.
Posted by Israel Oludayo on 22nd February 2019
Good night mama, Beatrice Adunola John continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. Father of the father less, please, be with the children and entire family of mama.
Posted by Emmanuel Oketayo on 22nd February 2019
Grandma you came, you saw and you conquered. A great soldier of the cross, sleep on
Posted by Abimbola Olugbenga on 22nd February 2019
Grandma, you came you saw and you conquered. You were a symbol of humility which you displayed in your service in His vineyard, you lived an examplinary life worthy of emulation and a mother to many. May the light of God perpetually shine on you through eternity. Continue to rest in the bossom of your God till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Solanke Oluwatosin on 22nd February 2019
GLORIOUS EXIT OF AN ICON. Behind the skin of this world, there's another, and in that world the saints are rejoicing. A great soul has departed, but the memories shall never fade because she was nothing but a wonderful icon to all. She was a blessing on earth. We believed she had finally completed her journey on earth. But she has touched millions of hearts and lives on her way. May her lovely soul rest blissfully in the garden of heaven. GOOD NIGHT MA, TILL WE MEET TO PART NO MORE. TOPE $ TOSIN KUMAPAYI.
Posted by Gabriel Onifade on 22nd February 2019
"I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we take. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We found comfort knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love". Mummy sleep well in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Arowosafe Mopelola on 22nd February 2019
Grandma Buko was a very dedicated and hard working usher back then in Rccg Gloryland Olorunsogo, I noticed how hardworking she was at her age then that I named two of them my international usher. God bless we your children that you left behind.
Posted by Philips Olaniyi on 22nd February 2019
Even though I never got to know you in your life time, the testimony emanating from your son, Pastor Sola John indicate that you lived a fulfilled life. Sleep on Mama. Till we meet on the resurrection day. From Pastor Olaniyi Alayaki.
Posted by Olusegun Adeyinka on 22nd February 2019
Wonderful and caring Mum, we thank God for a fulfilled life lived. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace and God grant those left behind the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. Rest on Mamaon the bosom of your Lord.
Posted by Shope Bukola on 22nd February 2019
“I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. Grandma, your memories will forever love on in the heart of your beloved cos of your good nature. Mama, We find comfort in knowing that the lives of your children have been enriched by your love. I don't know you in person but I can perceive your pleasantness in your understanding Son, my boss! A good mother u surely must be. Sleep on Mama! Shope. A. O ogun 11
Posted by ASOGBA SOLOMON on 22nd February 2019
Rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Damilare Daramola on 22nd February 2019
Great Mother of Faith! You brought forth a generation of aggressive Evangelist with passion to preach undiluted Word of God with fire. You are a Mother to many Generals you didn't know. Blessed are you among woman because you are a Great Mother of Faith....
Posted by Abiola Makinde on 22nd February 2019
Grandma, l really don't know much about you but l know you in my little way to be committed and dedicated even in old age. I can't recount time we met in Church programs, but above all you have gone home to rest. Sleep on ma till the resurrection morning, we love you but God loves you more.
Posted by Solomon Adenuga on 22nd February 2019
GrandMa, Some of us may not know you, but we know one of your children, Pastor Sola John (PSJ). He happens to be our Father in the Lord, that is why you are our GrandMa. Our knowledge of him tells us you are a good, disciplined and impartial mother. Sleep on GrandMa, till we all meet on the resurrection morning. Good night! Pastor Adenuga Solomon PYP, Ogun 11 For: Ogun 11 Y.A.Y.A.
Posted by Abiodun Odugbesan on 22nd February 2019
My condolences to the family. May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Joy Ayomikun on 22nd February 2019
Grandma!! Your love would forever linger in our hearts. Your presence would forever be missed. Your nature would never be forgotten. Your legacy lives on! It's good that you chose the comfort of your maker over the turbulence of this world. Even if you had lived up to a 100 years on earth, we would never have been able to let you go! We love you but God loves you more. Sleep Well Maama!!!!!
Posted by Adewunmi Olusola on 22nd February 2019
Grandma, you were such a humble mother and full of faith. You will forever be in our hearts. Rest is sweet after the work, your work of faith will continue to encourage us in the path to eternity.
Posted by Taiwo Luqman Olusanya on 22nd February 2019
You share the same birth day and month with me. May your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace mum.

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