ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Comfort London, 72 years old, born on January 1, 1949, and passed away on January 19, 2021. We will remember her forever.

Join us as we lay her to rest:
Service of Songs - June 2nd 2021 and Funeral Service June 5th 2021, Thanksgiving Service June 6th 2021
Posted by james diamond on June 5, 2021
Accept my condolences, do have not met her she was a good mother and a lovely mother the best and everything going to miss you, James diamond
Posted by Helen Williams on May 29, 2021
Sending my prayerful condolences to you and family Solomon. May the God of Peace grant His presence to you all. May precious memories comfort you!
Posted by Bea Mü on May 21, 2021
A beautiful, loving, caring and hard working woman as i knew you. May you rest in the bossom of the Almighty
Posted by Daniel Aldana on May 20, 2021
Solomon family's, we send you condolences and prompt resignation
Rest in peace!
Posted by Fumbi O on May 9, 2021
Mama! Prayer warrior! As light guides you home, Rest well in the bosom of our heavenly father! You are loved and fondly remembered! Keep looking out for your beloved ones from on high! Love and lights!
Posted by Franca Irems on May 7, 2021
I have heard so many sweet words about this beautiful angel. I really wished I met you before your demise mama, but I never had that opportunity. You have finished your work here on Earth and you have gone to be with your creator, you fought a good fight and you won the race. I have that assurance that you are with the Lord because of your selflessness and sacrifices in living for Christ, Indeed, a crown awaits you over there.... Continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ sweetest Mama
Posted by Ethan Debbie on May 7, 2021
Mama, I never met you but I heard lots of wonderful things about you. How you loved and served the Lord with all your heart.

We are consoled that you slept in the Lord.
Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord.

Good night.
Posted by Akinyomi Samson on May 6, 2021
I haven't met her but knowing her Son is something I'll forever be grateful of. Her son (Moses London) is something I call a altruistic person. I send my condolences to you and your family as we lay mama to rest. May God grant your family the strength to make the burial a success IJN
Posted by Aghogho Jane on May 5, 2021
Mummy dearest, I have heard so much about you that I keep wishing I had met you in person. The society and indeed the world needs mothers like you in this 21st Century. You must have really loved The LORD from the various testimonies from people I have heard about you and also read. I salute your courage, I salute your motherly care and also your love for JESUS CHRIST our LORD and saviour. The Word of God has told us not to weep like the unbelieving world, that have no hope, I know you are already with the lover of your soul JESUS' CHRIST untill we meet to part no more....ADIEU MAMA...
Posted by Sadiq Olamide on May 5, 2021
Mama was a rare gem.
The first time I met her, she was on the sick bed in the hospital, myself and a few of my colleagues alongside my boss had gone to see her to know how she was fairing. it beat my imagination to realize that a woman on the sick bed had just led about 10people to Christ on her hospital bed. She had their names on a piece of paper and she had been praying for them. Immediately she met us her first question after exchanging of pleasantries was "have you given your life to Christ". Even after she asked each and everyone of us and we responded in the affirmative, she still went ahead and shared the gospel with us. Every other time I've met her, she's been so loving and she also very beautiful. She was an amazing sight to behold. Sometimes I wonder what she was like at a younger age.
The most important thing that gives me comfort is the fact that mama lived and led the life of Christ, facing the most important assignment which is sharing the gospel.
My her soul rest in perfect peace.
Tribute to those taken and condolence to those waiting.
Posted by Morrison (Aghogho) Akponu... on May 4, 2021
A mother and mentor like no other, with the brief encounter I had with you in Eku, it shows how peaceful and compassionate you are. Full of wisdom and generosity. Indeed you have left a vacuum no one can fill but I know in all assurance that you are in a better place in God's palace where you truly belong. Thank you mummy for everything you have taught us directly and indirectly. Indeed you will be missed here on earth. May all the glory go to God. Rest well mummy.
Posted by Felicia London on May 3, 2021
Mom: A soft spoken Angel, Never really knew how to get angry, taking everything in stride leaving all to God. Never met anyone whom she didn't leave a sweet and caring memory with. She's in Heaven watching over all that she knew. I have one more Angel on my shoulder. Rest In Heavenly Peace Dear Mother!!!
Posted by Samson Amrughwudje on May 3, 2021
It breaks my heart not to see u any more. I value the times u joined me in prayer, pray and advised me. I couldn't have asked for a better mum.
The only comfort I have now is that I know u are with the Creator, smiling down at us ur children. Sleep well mummy, till we are joined in glory.
Posted by Godstime Akpovwovwo on May 3, 2021
Adoi! Mama Comfort London,we love you But God love the Most
God made you a wonderful Mother,A mother whose smiles is like Sunshine and a Heart of Pure Gold
We will miss you!
Posted by Okonta Paul on May 3, 2021
May her soul rest in the hand of the Lord
Posted by Rali Akatah on May 3, 2021
You have lived an exceptional live mama, loving God to the end, heaven gain an angel, mama keep resting in the bossom of the Lord. We love you but Jesus loves u deeply.
Good bye mama. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Fredrick Fadipe on April 30, 2021
The love a sweet mother like Mrs Comfort London showers on her husband, children, family and friends will forever lingers in their heart, a million words is not enough to express your unflinching love as a Mother, Mama rest with our Lord. Adieu Sweet Mother
Posted by Wilfred Odogu on April 28, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY WONDERFUL MOTHER IN-LAW....

My mother-in-law is a wonderful, Godly lady who seeks to please the Lord in all that she does and upholds her children and grandchildren in prayers daily. She is blessed with so Many Children and GrandChildren....

I remember when I first Met her Years back.... She immediately accepted me as a Son at first sight... Since then she never stop till her Death....

Our Big Mummy as she was foundly referred to will be greatly missed, especially her prayers and counsel....

  My wife is inconsolable, that her best friend and confidant, has gone. But we take comfort that Mama lived a fulfilled life and has joined her beloved husband in the bosom of the Lord....

But Our only regret is that Your Grand Kids Ryan and Reina didn't grow enough to know you more...

 Please join us in celebrating the life of our Woman of Honour, who having completed her Divine Mission here on Earth, has gone to Heaven to meet Our Creator, Who has HIS PURPOSE and the BEST PLANS for our lives!....

We Love you Mum....

Your Son-inLaw
Wilfred Odogu
Posted by London Moses on April 28, 2021
My Mother, my friend, my prayer partner. Love is not enough. You fought, you counted the cost, you finished your course. It pays to serve Jesus. You are indeed a true pointer to Christ and Heaven.

I Love you always

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Posted by james diamond on June 5, 2021
Accept my condolences, do have not met her she was a good mother and a lovely mother the best and everything going to miss you, James diamond
Posted by Helen Williams on May 29, 2021
Sending my prayerful condolences to you and family Solomon. May the God of Peace grant His presence to you all. May precious memories comfort you!
Posted by Bea Mü on May 21, 2021
A beautiful, loving, caring and hard working woman as i knew you. May you rest in the bossom of the Almighty
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A memorable encounter with Mama

Shared by Joy Agwuye on May 3, 2021
I had an encounter with Mama during a short visit, but it was one that can never be forgotten.  Mama sat me down and preached a message of salvation to me, she asked me "Are you born again"? and I kept starring at her,not because I couldn't answer but because I admired her strength and how much she feared God even in old age. Mama's Bible was  always by her side, I woke up every morning during my stay to see Mama  always reading her Bible and praying. 
Mama lived a fulfilled life worth emulating on earth, she touched lives through the word of God she preached.  When the news of her demise got to me, All I could hear echoing was the question mama asked me "Are you Born again ".....
Mama you always will be remembered 
Keep resting in the Bossom of the Lord.