Comfort Oluyinka Osunkoya
  • 67 years old
  • Date of birth: Jul 14, 1948
  • Date of passing: Feb 23, 2016
Let the memory of Comfort be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Comfort Osunkoya, 67, born on July 14, 1948 and passed away on February 23, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by ADEDEJI OSUNKOYA on 23rd February 2018

"Dearest Mum today marks the 2nd anniversary of your demise,words fail me but consoled by the fact that you are in a better place resting in the bossom of Christ the king.Sleep on and may your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace.Miss you much!!!"

This tribute was added by ADEDEJI OSUNKOYA on 14th July 2017

"Happy posthumous birthday dearest Mummy.You are forever in my hearth."

This tribute was added by ADEDEJI OSUNKOYA on 23rd February 2017

"Mummy today marks exactly a year you left to be with your creator.We miss you much myself-Adedeji,Oladipupo,Yetunde,Oluwaseun and Oluwabukola.

Words alone can't express the loss but we take solace in the fact that you are resting in the bossom of the lord.Till we meet to part no more continue to rest peacefully dearest Mum!!!!"

This tribute was added by ADEDEJI OSUNKOYA on 18th July 2016

"Mummy would have been 68 today.This is to wish her a posthumous birthday and continued rest in the bossom of the Lord.Thanking her for all the love,sacrifice and care."

This tribute was added by ADEDEJI OSUNKOYA on 7th March 2016

"Celebrate the Best of Motherhood: Tribute to My Mum.

We celebrate the truth and the gift of grace in God, we are not proclaiming that there is perfection in mortality but we are celebrating the Best of Motherhood enabled through divine grace.

My Mother was an angel, she had an open mind and a larger than life heart... She fought the battles of life headlong believing that God is sufficient.

My Mother was special, she was unique, she was different, she was a beauty queen in her own right, she stood, she fought, she suffered for a cause she so much believed in, she lived for her children.

When she came to know Christ close to thirty years ago, she embraced the gospel whole heartedly.She exhibited true love and forbearance in all that she did.She had a gentle way about her.

One attribute that you can not take away from my dearest Mum, my love, my sweet mother was her resolute tenacity to fight on believing that no matter what is thrown at one, with God victory is always sure.

Mother was a hard worker, she worked hard all her life  to give us the foundations for the life we have today. She was meticulous.

Being her fist child i more than anyone can recall vividly most of her struggles and victories in her sojourn on this earthly plane. we formed a hard to break Parnership through the things we went through together. We understood each other, we spoke the same language, As a child she indulged me, when I became an adult, I knew exactly what to say to mum to make her see reason when we have differing opinions.

Mum believed so much in the future that is in God, she stood for the truth and she will always say the truth. Mum was good, you can always count on her for every thing, she would pray, she would fast once you ask her to join you to pray. She was indeed a Christian Sister you could confide in. She understood spiritual matters as such we could flow. In you mum, I have lost one of my best friend.

My Mother, you were not just beautiful inside and outside, you were a giver, she would offer her last meal for anyone, men wondered how you could shine so much like a thousand stars. The secret was God, you prayed in the closet and things worked in the open, the mystery of the gospel that is your back bone was too much to comprehend for those that counted the things of God as foolishness.

My Mother was the best mother anyone could wish for. My children find it hard to believe that you have gone to be with Lord, they remembered your jokes, your stories.

Mother, should man have a choice to choose their mother all over again, I will choose you to be my mum. In life you were gallant in death you rose to victory.

We have found divine consolation as the Holy Spirit assured us that God took you because He had a better capacity to care for you... Sing along with the angels worshiping the Father until we meet to part no more.

Mama Deji, Comfort Oluyinka, O daro. For sure we shall meet again at Jesus's feet."

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