ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Cecilia Egbe Nee Alao, 57 years old, born on September 18, 1963, and passed away on May 14, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Folake Taylor on June 2, 2021
Darling Sis!
What a rude shock. I looked back in WhatsApp and we still sent each other Christmas greetings. I was so engulfed in my own grief at Mom’s passing that I did not realize that I didn’t hear back from you in March when I sent out info about her tribute website et al. Little did I know that I would soon be writing your tribute on the same site.
You were always an angel. You reached out to me last year to see if I’d heard about CBD so that I could try it for MS. Little did I know…
You will always be remembered as the saint that you were, and now you’re reigning with him in glory.
Till we see again in heaven Sis.
❤️❤️❤️
Posted by ighodaro omoigui on May 31, 2021
Aunty Bola, I just heard some minutes back that you had gone to be with the Lord. Thank you for being such a radiant witness of the love of God and for encouraging us young christians growing up in OAQ staff quarters. I know you are resting with the Lord now and comfort myself in that. We are praying for Uncle Misan and the boys that God will strengthen, comfort and encourage them with His peace that passes understanding. Thank you for leaving a bright legacy of faith..
Posted by Tola Fadare-Abon on May 29, 2021
Dear Bola
Omg! I was beyond shocked when I heard of your passing. Though life took us on different paths you were always on my mind. I made several attempts to locate you with no success.
Dear friend, thanks for your friendship during our teenage and early adult life growing up in unife(OAU) campus. You brightened my days with your kind gestures. Your friendship was very much appreciated.
Rest In Peace my friend!!!!
Posted by Nathanie E on May 29, 2021
Oh dear Aunty B, this was so hard for me to accept. I didn’t get to see you often but whenever I did you always had a smile and a warm hug for me. I’m going to miss you so much.

Love you always,

Nathalie.
Posted by Buky Ogunpola Oyemade on May 28, 2021
Dearest Bola,
From Staff School, Unife to Comprehensive High School Ayetoro where we had the same school mother, stayed in the same dorm room in forms 1 and 2 to playing hockey, etc. It’s a pity we did not reconnect after Compro. But you were always fondly thought of.
Continue to Rest In Peace my childhood friend.
Posted by Niyi Egbe on May 28, 2021
Rest on beloved daughter of the Lord Most High! Now you have freely joined angels and saints triumphant singing and worshipping Arugbo Ojoo!
The Lord keep your household!
It is well
Posted by Wuraola Oduntan on May 27, 2021
My memories of you as a big Sis and road 8b neighbour are of grace and pleasantness Rest in peace dear Sis. Amen
Posted by Cordelia Osasona on May 27, 2021
My darling aburo, missing you so much, already!... Truth be told, though, I guess I started "missing you" when we lost the blessed accompaniment of your angelic, super-sonorous voice at our Livingspring Worship Team rehearsals...

I am consoled, beloved, by the SURE fact that when "mortality" must have put on "immortality", not only will you be given a far superior voice, we will sing our Father's praise, on and on - no other commitments distracting us - throughout eternity!

Take your well-earned rest, sweet Bola, in the bosom of the One who understands ALL things...

C. O. Osasona
Posted by Sean Akinrele on May 27, 2021
Adieu Bola. Knowing you has been a blessing and encouragement in the way of the Lord.
We shared so many things from the days in Great Ife, ECU fellowship, to NCCF Benue State, where you were the intrepid only sister in the Transport Unit (known as Mama Faith). Together, we completed the Benue Call of rugged, rural and relevant evangelism.
Later to my surprise and joy, you married my Lagos flat mate and church member Misan after he moved to Ife.
You were always cheerful, optimistic and faithful. I will definitely miss your calls hailing me "Papa Sean'.

Pls wait for us to join you in the saints triumphant to continue the fellowship in eternity. We will also complete our assignment and rejoice together at our Master's feet.
Posted by Foluke Omoworare on May 27, 2021
Bola i can’t believe you are no more. I remember our days in school as undergraduates all of us in the Social Science faculty with so much innocence, moving from one lecture to another while enjoying the company of each other!

Though your time here was short, we thank God all the same. May your soul find rest with your creator whom you served so well!

Rest well Beloved
Posted by Jumoke Oladapo on May 26, 2021
Aunty Bola Egbe, Thank you for your selfless service to the work of ministry. You were a shining light, and mentor to many. Thank you for serving TOPCM. You lived an impactful and Christlike life. We love you, but God loves you more. Enjoy eternal life with Christ Jesus. May the Lord comfort your family and loved ones.
Posted by C I on May 23, 2021
Aunty Bola,

We are all heartbroken to have lost you at such a young age...

May you rest in perfect peace.

May God grant Uncle Misan, Daniel and David the strength and guidance to continue on this unpromised and unpredictable journey of life, knowing always that you are watching over them in the eternal company of the Lord.

Love and Condolences,
Christo.
Posted by Oluwasegun Olubisi on May 23, 2021
It's well...I thank God for your life, what a wonderful woman full of humility and your smiles and words of encouragement is awesome. I know you through FGBMFI OAU CHAPTER and how you and your husband are fully committed to the things of God always amazed me. Continue to rest on in the blossom of your creator. I pray for the family...thy Lord will strengthen you. Amen
Posted by Aderonke Akeredolu on May 22, 2021
Bola, our Sister in the Lord, a very faithful worker in the vineyard of the Lord. You were ever ready to be of help at the annual Livingspring programme that takes place at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Two important roles you played were one of the "purse keepers" on account of your proven integrity and "worship team" member. In connection with the latter, you sang along with Professor Kunle Kehinde the popular song of 'Arugbo Ojo' during one of the Livingspring music festivals. You were well known at Love Fellowship with your various contributions. This was held every Thursday at the home of Professor and Mrs. Kehinde on Obafemi Awolowo University campus staff Quarters. You graciously accepted to continue the Love Fellowship. You used every available opportunity to discuss about accounting matters with Ronke. Your professional insight assisted many to organize their shareholdings when that economic sector was still viable. Bola, we will all miss you, your smiles, beauty, hardwork, family affairs and love. May the Lord be with our dearly beloved Brother Misan, the children, extended family and the Church of God.
Funso & Ronke Akeredolu
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife
Posted by Apostle Anselm Madubuko on May 22, 2021
Bro Misan... please accept our heartfelt sympathy at this time.. I am praying the Lords grace on you and the entire family.Nothing works against us I believe. Stay strong and positive like u know she’s in a much better place.
Shalom
Posted by Funlola Ogunpola on May 22, 2021
Dear Sister Bola,
I remember you fondly as warm, friendly and soft spoken; in my early eyes when you travelled to Compro with Sis Buky and later on whilst I was in OAU.
I’m grateful that I saw you again in the mid 20s in London.
Rest well Sis and I pray God’s comfort, peace and strength upon your husband, children, mum, siblings and other loved ones.
Posted by Bukky Asubiojo on May 22, 2021
All glory to God for a life well spent. Sis Bola was a woman who served the Lord diligently throughout her life time. She was a true child of God. She took up many responsibilities every where ; at the Livingspring Music Festivals, Love Fellowship, All Souls Chapel, The Tabernacle of Praise, etc. May the good Lord comfort the family and grant them the needed strength to continue to serve the Lord. Sis Bola continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty.
Posted by Clara Adelusola on May 22, 2021
Good night my sister from another mother, l never knew that your call to me about two months ago asking me a pertinent question "Have you forgotten your mum?" referring to mama Alao, in which l answered how could a daughter forgets her mum was a way of handling over mama to me. I promise my dear sister that by God's special grace l will continue to play the role of a good daughter as you played it well, you were the type of a daughter every parent desires to have. I pray God will take care of your children in Jesus name (Amen). I am deeply touched by your demise but my consolation is that we are going to meet to part no more on the resurrection day. Farewell to a God fearing, nice, industrious, versatile, enterprising, respectful, charming and charitable sister.   Dr (Mrs) Funmi Adelusola. 
Posted by Margaret Omosule on May 22, 2021

We thank the Lord for your life dear sister, Mrs. Bola Egbe, a virtuous woman, a daughter of Zion, and a very loving and caring person. You have gone the way of all mortals and we are not in a position to question the Lord's way. Nonetheless, we pray for God's peace upon your soul and the lovely family you left behind. May they be comforted in Jesus' name. Amen
Sleep on sister and rest in the bosom of the Lord whom you served dedicatedly during your lifetime.
Posted by Abimbola Jibowo on May 21, 2021




Tribute from The Tabernacle of Praise Children’s Ministry.

Words cannot adequately express the deep loss that the death of Mrs Bola Egbe has brought to the Tabernacle of Praise Children’s Ministry (TOPCM).
We started the ministry together in the year 2007. Since then, she solidly held the position of the Accountant of the Ministry with sincerity of purpose.
She did not only spend for the ministry, she ensured that any money received was judiciously spent and well accounted for. No money could be withdrawn without her thorough scrutiny and final  approval. 
Also as the overall Head of the Kitchen Department, she put in her best to ensure that the thousands of children and all the people in attendance at the yearly festival of the ministry were adequately catered for. She, on many occasions, personally raised funds for the scholarship section of the ministry.
It is still like a dream to the trustees and the members of the ministry that she is no longer physically present in our midst. We are however sure that she is enjoying her reward with the Almighty God, the rewarder of those who diligently seek Him and that she is wearing a crown with the logo of the Tabernacle of Praise Children’s Ministry boldly  inscribed on it.
We will never forget her selfless services to the ministry.
May the good Lord comfort her husband, who is also a staunch member and a Pilar in the ministry, her children, her mother and all her loved ones.
BOLA, may your gentle soul rest in perfect peace till we meet to part no more.
Mrs Abimbola Jibowo
For the TOPCM.








Posted by Chichi Unaogu on May 21, 2021
Mrs Bolanle Omolara Egbe,a woman of integrity,substance,career oriented and virtuous woman indeed.
You were my boss,mentor and director.Having you as my Hod for some years at South east office Enugu was a great honour to me and everyother staff in account department. You were so good to us and you taught us a lot and made us grow in our careers.For you,nothing is impossible, you would always tell me,'chinyere,you can do it,go and do it,you never stopped making us happy with those your interesting stories and your bible preachings.You so much believed in accountability , transparency and hard work in carrying out your job.
Madam,your death was a great shock and unbelievable to me.May God console your family, especially your aged mother,your husband , kids Daniel and David and give them the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.Rip Ma
Posted by Adekunbi Oyedare on May 21, 2021
Aunty B was a loving sweet soul. She loved me like a baby sister.Will miss her forever.
Posted by Moriamo Onabanjo on May 20, 2021
Sis B
A woman of so many parts. A true friend. It's heart wrenching to believe you have left this world. You were always a fighter, I however know that you are in a place where there is no need to fight. A place of absolute peace with the Father. Rest on Sister B
Posted by Kunle Kehinde on May 19, 2021
Memories of Livingspring 1995, ARUGBO OJO with Sister Bola

https://youtu.be/WZ_5Gn8x6Mo
Posted by Olu Alao on May 19, 2021
Rest peacefully in the in the Lord, big sister.

Will miss you dearly.

Posted by Kwame Alex-Eyitene on May 19, 2021
Misan my dearest cousin.
This is heart wrenching, losing someone you love is never easy. I share in your sorrow at the passing of your beloved wife. May her memory be a blessing and may you, your loved ones and the entire family find the strength to bear this loss. Please accept our deepest condolences.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
May Cecilia’s memories comfort you.
Rest in Eternal Peace✝️
Posted by J _ on May 19, 2021
Aunty Bola,
 May your soul rest in peace forever more and my prayers continue to be with Uncle Misan, Daniel and David. I wish you all strength and God's blessings and protection, now and always.
Lots of love and condolences,
Judita.
Posted by Adenike Ajayi on May 19, 2021
*FROM C758 SET OF COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL, AYETORO.*

Our darling old school mate and sister was one of us who gained admission to the prestigious Comprehensive High School, Ayetoro in Ogun State in September 1975 and passed out in 1980.
Bola Alao , as we fondly called her was an amazing and amiable personality to relate with who would not hurt a fly.
She was a Long Jumper, representing both Green House and Hostel 2 at Sporting competitions.

Although it was our desire to link up with her and our other mates but it has pleased God to call her home.

We pray God will comfort the immediate family and others she left behind.

It is our tradition to render our School Anthem at times like this.

Land of our birth We Pledge To Thee
Our Love and Toil in The Years To Be
When We Are grown And Take Our Place
As Men And Women With Our Race

Rest on good friend and sister, till we meet to part no more.

Ki Aye Toro
  
Posted by Adenike Ajayi on May 19, 2021
*FROM C758 SET OF COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL, AYETORO.*

Our darling old school mate and sister was one of us who gained admission to the prestigious Comprehensive High School, Ayetoro in Ogun State in September 1975 and passed out in 1980.
Bola Alao , as we fondly called her was an amazing and amiable personality to relate with who would not hurt a fly.
She was a Long Jumper, representing both Green House and Hostel 2 at Sporting competitions.

Although it was our desire to link up with her and our other mates but it has pleased God to call her home.

We pray God will comfort the immediate family and others she left behind.

It is our tradition to render our School Anthem at times like this.

Land of our birth We Pledge To Thee
Our Love and Toil in The Years To Be
When We Are grown And Take Our Place
As Men And Women With Our Race

Rest on good friend and sister, till we meet to part no more.

Ki Aye Toro
❤️
Posted by Afopefoluwa Adagunodo on May 19, 2021
Rest in Peace Mama. She has fought the good fight and come out victorious. My sincere condolences to Arc Egbe. May God strengthen you and grant you the fortitude to bear this great loss. Remain blessed sir
Posted by Kunle Kehinde on May 19, 2021
Sister Bola Egbe, a rare child of God, mother, sister and wife. Diagnosed of a rare ailment about 15 years ago, which affected her immune system, many would have passed away long time ago but not her. She was full of faith and she loved the Lord passionately.
Even in her ailment, she was very active in the Love Fellowship, faithful in her office and in her businesses. She was a peaceful and an exemplary woman indeed.
She believed she would make it to a much older age and she lived her faith. But then, who can query the all-knowing God?
She was surrounded by love. Mama, her husband, her wonderful brothers and children loved her but God loves her even more.
Free at last from constant pains. Home at last with Daddy. Home to the atmosphere of heaven where she is constantly satisfied by God’s breath that needs no oxygen.
Rest in Perfect peace.
Daddy and Mummy L. O. KEHINDE
Posted by Wole Oyebade on May 18, 2021
Sister Bola, it’s still unbelievable that you already left us behind to be with the LORD. We have lost a wonderful loving sister, God fearing, an achiever, business oriented, goal getter, easy going & soft spoken child of God. Sister Bola, you really served your maker with all your heart and with every strength in you in order to impact your generation. Devoted born again. A woman of great virtues and exemplary characters.
Your trumpet sounded on May 14, 2021, and it sounded very loud with angels welcoming you home onto eternity.
Your last text message to me on WhatsApp says “ Pls keep the fire burning”. By His grace l will keep the fire burning in the LORD.
The entire family will forever remember you till we meet in Heaven.
Continue to rest in His bosom.
ADIEU SISTER BOLA
Posted by Tosin Adebona Lawani on May 18, 2021
Sis Bola, you were a lovely soul. I pray the Comforter comforts your family in a way only He can. You will be sorely missed.
Posted by Oluwasemilewa Onabanjo on May 18, 2021
Aunty Bola,
It's still shocking as the day I received a call that morning and was told that Aunty B had gone to be with the Lord...
I can remember growing up, Aunty Bola was ever present...coming to assist my parents with my siblings and I when they were out of town...
I can recall her asking me on that fateful day, "Sewa, would you join GCK?"
I joined and it was great and wonderful learning from her. Even when she wasn't feeling too good, Aunty Bola would come for decoration meetings. One of my fond memories of her was a time when we had decoration to do and even when she was tired, sat on the carpet by the altar and did a beautiful smoking decoration on the altar table cover. Her love for God's work was evident.
She was a great and faithful lover of God and all that had to do with his church.
She showed it at all times.
She was a great mother...her love for her family was shown.
Aunty B, you ran the race and came out victorious... I take solace in knowing that you knew God and God knows you...we love you but God loves you best. You'll forever remain in my
Rest on Aunty Bola.
Posted by Nnanguma Kingsley on May 18, 2021
How do I express the amazing essence and spirit of Madam Cecilia Bolande Omolara Egbe; selfless,generosity, uncompromising belief in all that's good and her unwavering commitment to family, friends, official duties? Words cannot pay tribute or truly capture the Sense of loss that we are feeling.
We remember her as a Mother, Sister and Senior colleague. We have become like part of the unique NACETEM family and we are so saddened to hear of her demise.
Adieu a great Amazon until we meet to part no more.
ENGR. NNANGUMA, Ahamefula Kingsley.
YOLA
Posted by Oluyemisi Austin-Awulonu ... on May 18, 2021
Sis Bola,
A dear sister, friend and motivator. you will be greatly missed. You watched Banji and I grow from close friends to become Family during our University days and even helped to settle disagreements and quarrels while being a sweetheart to me.( You always sided me).
Oh! u were kind, gentle yet firm and opinionated. You were our big sis yet would back down and watch us make our mistakes only to say something encouraging rather than say...I told u so.
You were so loving towards me
You were so caring and trusting too
I never expected you will leave this soon cos I should've gotten closer, said more to u than I did and certainly have shown much love than I did.
Il miss u my special sister cos ur dedication to people u love is second to none.
Rest in peace...Sista Bola (as you are fondly called). You're gone too soon!!!!
Posted by Julianah oluwakemi Akinta... on May 18, 2021
What word can describe the love of sister Bola? Love that gives without holding, smile without malice, direction without disdain and tolerance without resentment: such is the love of sister Bola Egbe Nee Alao.

Her impact, influence and breeze of affection are immensely appreciated. May God grant her eternal rest. Adieu my beloved sister.

She was pictured fulfillment and efficacy of enlightened motherhood who cherished education and who never denied me of her support.
Adieu my beloved sister.

Sleep on beloved, and take thy rest,
Lay down thy head upon thy saviour's breast,
We love thee well, but Jesus loves thee best
Good night! Good night!! Good night!!!
Posted by Dr. Patricia. Monu Egbe on May 18, 2021
Was so glad that you were better and back home.....what a shock. But it is well. You were a very nice lady, never heard you raise your voice once, so soft-spoken. You treated me with such dignity. You were a Sister, not a Sister-in-law.
Our own little joke was that I was one week older than you!!!!
You always said...." I am healed"..... yes you are.
Love you " B".....

Sing, praise, dance, worship, and Rejoice in peace
Posted by Michael O. Olomu on May 18, 2021
The sudden news of your demise came as a shock to me. My first encounter with you was in 2013 when I was transferred from North Central Office, Abuja to the Headquarters, Ile-Ife, but I never knew we were related until my uncle in Abuja told me your Aunt is in NACETEM HQ. After that information, we became a bit close and you usually asked to see you. “Aburo” as you fondly called me. You were a kindhearted soul, but it is unfortunate that things had to be this way. All is well and God knows best. You will forever be in my heart, Aunt Bola….
Posted by Akin Olawale on May 18, 2021
It is very painful to lose you. You were such a kind soul, who wanted peace at all times. You desired happiness for yourself and others. You were a big sister to many, always asking after the family. I had several personal encounters with you regarding work and life. Anytime you haven't seen me for a while, you will always ask me 'Mr Olawale, o wa ki mi'. I remember our last office conversation, when you told me to please facilitate support staff for your office, so that you can pursue many of your laudable intentions to ensure better service delivery at NACETEM. Such was your zeal for work, even in the face of the debilitating health challenges. You lived to improve humanity; the evidence speaks for itself. Rest on Mrs Egbe.
Posted by Olajide Adedayo on May 18, 2021
You made your impact when you were here with us. Your passion for the things of God was encouraging as you were part of the committed member of NACETEM Christian fellowship then. May God comfort your aged mother and the entire family. Good night
Posted by Diana Uwaham on May 18, 2021
Oh sis B!!!! 
Its said that death is inevitable, but its difficult to accept especially when the very one that is taken from you is special and beloved.
Your wonderful soul is been cut short, but who are we to ask God questions. You fought a good fight and your creator has called you to rest. So RIP at his bosom. Adieu sis B
Posted by Koleayo Omoyajowo on May 18, 2021
May her soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Emmanuel Alao on May 18, 2021
To my one and only sister, the first lady in my life, you thought me every thing from table manners to how to tie my shoes, you were my partner in crime and also the one who taught me the way of the Lord
You were my sister my friend my defender
Your one and only Jusco Jaska
Till we meet again never to part


Posted by Caleb ADELOWO on May 18, 2021
Rest in perfect peace madam. You came, you saw and you have conquered. May the Lord console your family and NACETEM for the big loss.
Posted by Morenike Asa on May 18, 2021
Mrs Egbe, you indeed fought a good fight, we take solace in the fact that you are in a better place. I pray for God's comfort for the family you left behind.
Till we meet on the resurrection morning, rest on...
Posted by abdulrahman idris on May 18, 2021
Ma, May the Almighty God console those you left behind. R.I.P and farewell.
Posted by Adekemi Oluwadare on May 18, 2021
Mrs. Egbe, it is so difficult to say goodbye. The news of your death came as a big shock. I'll miss your pleasant and warm smile, and the softness of your voice when you call my name. I really wish I had spent more time with you. You're such a pleasant soul. I love your passion for the things of God. I know you're in His warm embrace. Till we meet again ma. Adieu and rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Kazeem Abubakar on May 18, 2021
Dear Madam, You came, you saw and you fought a good fight. May God protect you family. RIP Madam Egbe by sister, Boss and Business partner.
NACETEM, ABUJA 
Posted by Isaac Oluyi on May 18, 2021
Aunty B was a personification of good deeds. I met you by chance and the encounter set me on the path to greatness. It's painful to say 'goodbye'. I am consoled by the fact that you left your footprint in the sand of time. Fare thee well, ma.

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Posted by Folake Taylor on June 2, 2021
Darling Sis!
What a rude shock. I looked back in WhatsApp and we still sent each other Christmas greetings. I was so engulfed in my own grief at Mom’s passing that I did not realize that I didn’t hear back from you in March when I sent out info about her tribute website et al. Little did I know that I would soon be writing your tribute on the same site.
You were always an angel. You reached out to me last year to see if I’d heard about CBD so that I could try it for MS. Little did I know…
You will always be remembered as the saint that you were, and now you’re reigning with him in glory.
Till we see again in heaven Sis.
❤️❤️❤️
Posted by ighodaro omoigui on May 31, 2021
Aunty Bola, I just heard some minutes back that you had gone to be with the Lord. Thank you for being such a radiant witness of the love of God and for encouraging us young christians growing up in OAQ staff quarters. I know you are resting with the Lord now and comfort myself in that. We are praying for Uncle Misan and the boys that God will strengthen, comfort and encourage them with His peace that passes understanding. Thank you for leaving a bright legacy of faith..
Posted by Tola Fadare-Abon on May 29, 2021
Dear Bola
Omg! I was beyond shocked when I heard of your passing. Though life took us on different paths you were always on my mind. I made several attempts to locate you with no success.
Dear friend, thanks for your friendship during our teenage and early adult life growing up in unife(OAU) campus. You brightened my days with your kind gestures. Your friendship was very much appreciated.
Rest In Peace my friend!!!!
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Shared by Adenike Ajayi on May 19, 2021
*FROM C758 SET OF COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL,  AYETORO.*

Our darling old school mate and sister was one of us who gained admission to the prestigious Comprehensive High School,  Ayetoro in Ogun State in September 1975 and passed out in 1980.
Bola Alao , as we fondly called her was an amazing and amiable personality to relate with who would not hurt a fly.
She was a Long Jumper,  representing both Green  House and Hostel 2 at Sporting competitions. 

Although  it was our desire to link up with her and our other mates but it has pleased God to call her home.

We pray God will comfort the immediate family and others she left behind. 

It is our tradition to render our School Anthem at times like this.

Land of our birth We Pledge To Thee
Our Love and Toil in The Years To Be
When We Are grown And Take Our Place 
As Men And Women With Our Race

Rest on good friend and sister, till we meet to part no more.

Ki Aye Toro
    
Shared by Ayodola Olomola on May 18, 2021
Sister B,
Your demise came as a surprise but we take solance in God. You were a friend ad sister , prayer warrior , full of smile.  You came, saw and conquered. 
Knew you for years and got to know now that we are in laws. Your words of encouragement will never be forgotten.  Your patronage during oau quarters Era will never be forgotten. 
I always admire your smile. You stood for your faith till last.  Sis. B , Always full of energy.
Lover of all both young and old.
Good night till resurrection day.