ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved Mother and Grand-Mother, Christiana Abosede Oke.

She was a dedicated Mother and loving Grand-Mother.

We will remember her forever.
Posted by Charles Anazodo on April 18, 2021
Words are not enough to describe the pain and hurt upon hearing of my mum's passing. I say mum because that's what she was to me for the past 30yrs. I can still hear her call my name in a fond and loving way that totally endeared her to me, offering advice when needed and helping to point me in the right direction. Mum was a strong woman, loving, humane, kind and tribe meant nothing to her. She's no longer with us because she has served her time as ordained and clearly left her mark which will always be indelible.
Rest in peace Mum because you deserve it.
Posted by Adesoji Taiwo on April 16, 2021
It is very difficult to find the right words to express how great a person Mrs Oke was, and how greatly she had impacted the lives of those around her, particularly the message of strength and confidence she sent to all single mothers in the world, on how to hold one's head up high and face life's challenges with dignity!
My name is Soji Taiwo, and grew up as a next door neighbor to Mrs Oke, hers sons Shola and Dayo and her niece Aunty Alake, later the family included Tolu.
Mrs Oke helped in raising my siblings and I like her own children, and made us all appreciate the value of hard work, and had a great sisterly relationship with our late mother. 
She is greatly missed by everyone in my family, and we all praise God for a life well spent, and rejoice in the fact that Mummy Oke lived long to enjoy her grandchildren. May our Lord bless her eternally in the mighty name of Jesus!!!
Posted by Bola Ojo on April 16, 2021
Mummy, you loved me as one of your very own. I can never forget when I came to visit you in Lagos, you drove me back home late at night even though night driving wasn’t your thing. I’ve been deeply touched by your love and kindness.
You were a ray of sunshine, strong, resilient and you loved life.
Rest well mummy, your legacy lives on and you will surely be missed.
Posted by Bukky Kosoko on April 15, 2021
Mummy, the very first time we met at ikoyi, your warm smile warmed my heart. I count myself lucky too have spent time with you. You will be dearly missed by all of us. You have done a great job with Shola, Dayo and Tolu. What a wonderful legacy you have left behind. Mummy Rest in Perfect Peace.
Posted by Shola Oke on April 15, 2021
It is impossible to describe how to feel after losing a mother who has also been a father and mentor and who has been there all your life and is now suddenly no more. You put me through education and equipped me with all the necessary tools to traverse this life and coping with its triumphs and inevitable travails. You taught me determination to succeed, independence of mind (some say stubborness), confidence and innate ability to mix and interact with all. We your children and grandchildren are all going to miss your prescence but we take solace in the fact that you've run your race and gone to a better place to rest, no doubt fussing and preparing for when we shall all meet again for our usual December celebrations of your birthday and Xmas as we used to do.

RIP Mama Tolu (originally known as Mama Shola , before becoming Mama Dayo) xxx
Posted by Dayo Oke on March 8, 2021
My dear Mummy... I miss you so much. I wouldn't have believed how much pain losing you will inflict on my heart. I still can't believe it. The kids miss you, my friends miss you, everyone misses you. You were an angel on earth, a beautiful soul and you were my Mum. Continue to Rest in Peace.
You will always be loved and never forgotten.

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Posted by Charles Anazodo on April 18, 2021
Words are not enough to describe the pain and hurt upon hearing of my mum's passing. I say mum because that's what she was to me for the past 30yrs. I can still hear her call my name in a fond and loving way that totally endeared her to me, offering advice when needed and helping to point me in the right direction. Mum was a strong woman, loving, humane, kind and tribe meant nothing to her. She's no longer with us because she has served her time as ordained and clearly left her mark which will always be indelible.
Rest in peace Mum because you deserve it.
Posted by Adesoji Taiwo on April 16, 2021
It is very difficult to find the right words to express how great a person Mrs Oke was, and how greatly she had impacted the lives of those around her, particularly the message of strength and confidence she sent to all single mothers in the world, on how to hold one's head up high and face life's challenges with dignity!
My name is Soji Taiwo, and grew up as a next door neighbor to Mrs Oke, hers sons Shola and Dayo and her niece Aunty Alake, later the family included Tolu.
Mrs Oke helped in raising my siblings and I like her own children, and made us all appreciate the value of hard work, and had a great sisterly relationship with our late mother. 
She is greatly missed by everyone in my family, and we all praise God for a life well spent, and rejoice in the fact that Mummy Oke lived long to enjoy her grandchildren. May our Lord bless her eternally in the mighty name of Jesus!!!
Posted by Bola Ojo on April 16, 2021
Mummy, you loved me as one of your very own. I can never forget when I came to visit you in Lagos, you drove me back home late at night even though night driving wasn’t your thing. I’ve been deeply touched by your love and kindness.
You were a ray of sunshine, strong, resilient and you loved life.
Rest well mummy, your legacy lives on and you will surely be missed.
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