ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Deinde David Ogunware who was born on January 25, 1966 and passed away on February 12, 2011. We will remember him forever.

 

Funeral Details
Wake-Keeping:
Date: Wednesday, 2nd March
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Address:
Christ Church Hall
Watling Street,
Radlett, Hertfordshire
WD7 7JJ
 Funeral Service:
Date: Thursday, 3rd March
Time: 11am – 1pm
Address:
Christ Church
Watling Street,
Radlett, Hertfordshire,
WD7 7JJ
 Thanksgiving Service:
Date: Sunday, 6th March
Time: 10am
Address:
Christ Church
Watling Street,
Radlett, Hertfordshire
WD7 7JJ
 Celebration of Life:
Date: Friday, 4th March
Time: 4pm
Location is Zubi Bar, Holloway Road.
Objectives:
·         Celebrate Dehinde’s Life with friends and family
·         Raise funds for the immediate family and do our duties as friends
·         Create and raise Cancer awareness
 
 

 

Posted by Remi Ogunware on February 13, 2021
10 years gone by and ur thought fills up our heart..You were exceptional ,a great dad.A super lover and a fantastic husband..Words are not enough to express how myself and ur lovely three boys miss you..Ayodele, Sammy and Ayomide.. You will be so proud of them.They are doing great.I know you are resting with the Lord.Grateful for those who have extended love and care to myself and the boys..You left a good legacy...Your friends miss you too and they have been by our side ever since..Continue to Rest In Peace Deinde..Miss you so much...
Posted by Signature Home Collection... on February 12, 2021
Deinde it´s been 10 years now. Death brings sorrow, when it is the end but it brings hope, when it is a turning point. Death is not the end, not impermanence, death is only the turning point, the beginning of eternity. When we are where you are now, we will ask ourselves why we wept when you left 10 years ago. Memory is now the only window through which we can see you whenever we want. Death rearranges the world. Nothing seems to have changed, and yet everything has changed. When the sun of life sets, the stars of memory continues to shine. Death is like a candle that goes out when the day dawns. You are no longer where you were, but you are everywhere we are. You were taken from our lives, but not from our hearts. Just as a leaf falls from a tree, When you lose a loved one, you gain a guardian angel. Deinde I know you are not alone because Mum & Dad are also rocking heaven with you. People we love stay forever, for they leave their mark on our hearts. The most beautiful thing you left behind is a smile on the face of those who think of you. You are like a star, still shining long after you are gone. Time does not heal all wounds, It only teaches us to live with the incomprehensible." Sun re o egbon till we meet again to part no more. We all love and miss you dearly big brother. Deola on behalf of your siblings and Daniel 
Posted by Jonathan Agbebi on February 12, 2021
This year has thought us how time can quickly pass and can be very slow. It's 10 years today.
Mr Dehinde as I fondly called you, your memory has been with me for 10 years ! Every time I drove pass your resting place in Radlett. I remembered the good times we shared. Your legacy lives on!
My friend continue to rest in peace in the bosom of our Lord.
You will be forever missed.
Posted by Pius Adeniran on February 12, 2021
Dehinde. it is 10 years. We greatly miss you, but not forgotten. Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Remi Ogunware on February 7, 2021
My darling husband Deinde,a super husband and a great great dad..my best friend..the father of my three beautiful sons.I thank God that I can look back and I can say you left a good legacy..10 years and we miss you so much..The boys miss you and they are doing great ..I know you watching over us and we pray you continue to rest in peace....Miss you so so much..
Posted by I A on February 5, 2021
Wish you were here because I would have come to you for advice. This past year has been the hardest year I'd ever had to endure and still enduring!

I've come to realise that you were the only one capable of being trustworthy and dedicated to the ones you hold dear- if only all whom you left behind continued to emulate you, but you left too soon and it feels as if you had so much more that you could have impacted that would have taken root had you stayed with us.

Your presence and voice was always that which was filled with reason, kept everyone level headed and from making life changing mistakes.

I miss you.
Continue to rest in peace as you and God continue to watch over Sista Remi, the boys and us all.

Posted by Helia Friedrichsen on January 25, 2021
Hi David, thinking of you today on your 55th birthday already made me shed some tears in the morning. I hope you have a wonderful birthday in heaven.
Your son Daniel and I do miss you
You`re not forgotten and you never will be.
So many times I look into Daniels face and I see impressions of you.


Posted by Stephen Shenk on January 25, 2020
Dehinde, keep resting well with the Lord. Today should be your birthday. But Almighty God knows batter. Keep resting and dancing with the Lord God Almighty and his Angel.. sad you left us soon.
Posted by Jonathan Agbebi on February 12, 2019
Deinde! you're sadly missed along life's way, but quietly remembered everyday continue to RIP my friend.
Posted by funmi fabiyi on February 12, 2018
May you continue to rest peacefully.
Posted by Remi Ogunware on January 25, 2017
Today would have been your 51st birthday Oladeinde.God know best.May ur soul continue to rest in peace.The kids and I miss u so much.Words are not enough to express how much we miss u
Posted by seyi brown on February 13, 2016
A very peaceful man. The good deeds, peace, he surely took with him. Friend, your part is definitely still here...
Posted by Bidemi Owodele on February 12, 2016
A most wonderful brother-in-law. We will forever miss you, Continue to rest in perfect peace. (Owodele Bidemi)
Posted by Remi Ogunware on February 12, 2016
My Dee,may ur soul continue to rest in peace.5 years gone,we miss u so much.The boys miss u so much too.
Posted by Fola Owodele on February 12, 2016
Uncle D,

I can't deny the fact that you have been sorely missed. You were such a gentle man. But who are we to question God.

Rest on
Posted by John Emeka on January 25, 2016
MAY YOUR GENTLE SOUL CONTINUE TO REST IN PERFECT PEACE
Posted by Remi Ogunware on January 25, 2016
May your soul continue to rest in peace Dee.We miss you so much.You would have been 50 years today.How you planned for this day but God knows best.The kids have become big men.You would have been so. proud.Miss you like crazy.
Posted by Akinjimi & Adetoro Akin... on February 12, 2014
You are truly missed and we love you but God loves you more. May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace. May the Lord be with your wife and the children. (Otunba Akinjimi & Adetoro Akinola)
Posted by Temi Odunsi on January 27, 2014
Deinde, you are one of a kind in my life, I will always miss you as a very good friend. (Temi baba)
Posted by Akinola Akinlabi on December 23, 2013
Dehinde, we loved u but the Almighty God knows and loves you more. Am deeply sad of knowing about your demise so late but there is nothing one can do. He who gaveth has taketh. Rest in the hands of the Lord till that day!!!!. May Almighty God take care of all what you left behind. Great Akokite!!! RIP
Posted by ibrahim abiodun amodu on December 8, 2013
Dehinde, Forever I will missed you, May Almighty Allah Bless, Guild and protect your family you left behind, Amin.
Posted by seyi brown on February 12, 2013
Dehinde, the good memories will forever remain....
Posted by Funke Agbebi on February 12, 2013
Mr Dehinde, may your soul continue to rest in peace. Amen. From The Agbebi's
Posted by Anna Atoyebi on February 12, 2013
You are still in our memories. continue to rest in the lord.
Posted by ibrahim abiodun amodu on January 31, 2013
I ibraheem abiodun amodu, missed you a lot, i believed that we all come
to this world, we shall all return to our creator.
Every soul shall taste his dealth.
I pray to Almighty Allah to showerr his blessing, mercy and protectoin for his family and friends, ameen.
Posted by Timi Saka on January 25, 2013
My dearest brother.... Deinde Ogunware, it 2 years but we remember you still, may the good Lord bless you and keep you till we meet again.

Timi Saka and family.
Posted by Temi Odunsi on April 15, 2012
Deinde my broda, you are one of a kind!! you are sadly miss a lot!! I LOVE YOU FOREVER my broda!!! (Temilade)
Posted by Kunle Oyewunmi on March 15, 2012
I cant believe you gone so soon,I'm deeply saddened by your loss i cherish the memories of the times we spent together in the 8os.May God give your families courage to bear the loss. Good night Bro till we meet again. BRO KUNLE
Posted by Robert Attuh on February 12, 2012
Warm memories of you remain with us, today and always. May your gentle soul continue to enjoy perfect peace with our Saviour.  We pray the Lord will forever preserve your household IJN.
Blessings, Dr Robert Attuh & Family!
Posted by john olasunkanmi on February 12, 2012
dehinde today is ur first year remembrance ,i love u ,u will be remember for life.rip. oluwole
Posted by BOSE TSADO on February 12, 2012
May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace.May the loved ones you left behind find special peace in Jesus Christ Amen.
Posted by Oloyee Dee on February 12, 2012
"One year on, it felt like yesterday but your fondest memory still fresh in our minds. Dehinde, you will forever be missed whilst u R.I.P" Oloye
Posted by Funke Agbebi on January 25, 2012
Mr Deinde, Mr Deinde, today you would have been 46 years old, but God knows best. May your gentle soul continue to Rest In Peace, from the Agbebi's
Posted by bidemi owodele on December 16, 2011
Death has lost it's sting!
Posted by Ismail Bamidele Odewale on March 23, 2011
I can't believe that you are gone. It is just like yesterday and May the Almighty make the loss bearable especially to your wife and children.May you be raised with the chosen ones in the hereafter.
Posted by Adenike Ladepo-Jeyifous on March 4, 2011
My Dearest Deinde (Uncle or Bobo Deindo as my husband will always call you) You will be so sadly missed. We can't stop thinking about you, knowing that we will never get your phone call each week. We continually remembeer all the fun memories but in our heart we are at peace as you are resting with the LORD.
Posted by Robert Attuh on March 3, 2011
Dehinde, we remember you as a gentleman and an achiever! Together with your wife, we admired your hard-working, determined and focussed style! The Lord will always uphold your family and etch memories of your good example in our hearts. May your kind soul rest in eternal peace & joy! Dr & Mrs Robert Attuh
Posted by olabode osifeso on March 3, 2011
Chio chio,that name is a special name,we that really know you use to call you that name.I am really missing you bro but what can i do except to thank God for the good times and friendship we had.Bro you are at peace with your beloved father, and with GOD ALMIGHTY.God will watch over your loved ones.RIP FRIEND.
Posted by Mausy Isiorho on March 2, 2011
Mr Deinde!,

May your soul rest in perfect peace. May God Almighty grant Remi, your children, your Mum, your brothers & sisters the strength to bear this huge loss.

Eric & Mausy Isiorho
Posted by Mannie Akinkunle on March 2, 2011
Uncle may your soul rest in peace, Im just remembering the first time I bought my first designer Moschino Jeans with you when you stayed at our place in Hackney and we joked and laughed. 
Uncle you are the best, you will be missed but you will always have a place in my heart.
From Gbenga(Emmanuel) Akinkunle
Posted by nene nwafor on March 2, 2011
Mr Deinde, R.I.P as i know you are resting now in heaven. with the lord. The lord will surely protect and bless your wife and children. Amen (friend to Aunty Remi)
Posted by TOLANI ALABA on March 2, 2011
RIP, O DIGBO SEEEE
Posted by ibrahim abiodun amodu on March 2, 2011
INA LILAH WAINA ILAEHI RAJIHUN, From Allah we come, Certainly we shall all return to him,May Almighty Allah grant him Al-janah firidaoz,Amen.
May he restore Comfort to his wife, Children and all member of his Family and friends, Most especially his Mum in Nigeria. (Alfa Ibrahim Abiodun Amodu)
Posted by tola sholana on February 28, 2011
I have lost a great friend, I have lost a great brother!
May you rest in perfect peace Deinde! (Tola Sholana)
Posted by chinyere okere on February 28, 2011
whatever the devil throws at us, we shall never lose faith or lose face for death is not the end but the beginning of eternal life.Deinde sun re o!
Posted by herty danquah on February 27, 2011
Herty/Ernest. Deinde, words cannot explain how we feel.You were kind and loving. May God protect Remi, the children and the rest of the family.We will miss you dearly. May God be with you.AMEN
Posted by James Gaye on February 27, 2011
It was a pleasure to have met you. You were an absolute gentleman. You will forever be remembered by both family and friends. May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by napoleon alfred on February 26, 2011
dehinde omo ogunware  may your soul rest in peace. you will alway be missed may god almighty give your family the courage to bear this BIG LOSS NAPOLEON ALFRED CHICAGO
Posted by Kemi Mode on February 26, 2011
Aunty Remi, our thoughts and prayers are with you and the boys at this time and always, may the Lord give you the strenght to bear the loss and send you comfort from above in Jesus name, amen.
Uncle Dehinde, may your soul rest in perfect peace.
Jonathan & Kemi Mode
Posted by Anita Amponsah on February 25, 2011
Wow!!!!!!!!this came as a big shock to me,

REST IN THE BLISSFUL HANDS OF GOD AND ALSO IN PEACE,
Anty Remi, the Good Lord will be with you and the KIDS,i will remember you and the kids in prayers.
AND REMEMBER EVEN THOUGH HE HAS DEPARTED FROM US HE SMILES AT YOU AT ALL TIMES. BE STRONG AND LEAVE THE REST FOR GOD TO HANDLE.

AMEN!

REST IN PERFECT PEACE DAVID
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Posted by Remi Ogunware on February 13, 2021
10 years gone by and ur thought fills up our heart..You were exceptional ,a great dad.A super lover and a fantastic husband..Words are not enough to express how myself and ur lovely three boys miss you..Ayodele, Sammy and Ayomide.. You will be so proud of them.They are doing great.I know you are resting with the Lord.Grateful for those who have extended love and care to myself and the boys..You left a good legacy...Your friends miss you too and they have been by our side ever since..Continue to Rest In Peace Deinde..Miss you so much...
Posted by Signature Home Collection... on February 12, 2021
Deinde it´s been 10 years now. Death brings sorrow, when it is the end but it brings hope, when it is a turning point. Death is not the end, not impermanence, death is only the turning point, the beginning of eternity. When we are where you are now, we will ask ourselves why we wept when you left 10 years ago. Memory is now the only window through which we can see you whenever we want. Death rearranges the world. Nothing seems to have changed, and yet everything has changed. When the sun of life sets, the stars of memory continues to shine. Death is like a candle that goes out when the day dawns. You are no longer where you were, but you are everywhere we are. You were taken from our lives, but not from our hearts. Just as a leaf falls from a tree, When you lose a loved one, you gain a guardian angel. Deinde I know you are not alone because Mum & Dad are also rocking heaven with you. People we love stay forever, for they leave their mark on our hearts. The most beautiful thing you left behind is a smile on the face of those who think of you. You are like a star, still shining long after you are gone. Time does not heal all wounds, It only teaches us to live with the incomprehensible." Sun re o egbon till we meet again to part no more. We all love and miss you dearly big brother. Deola on behalf of your siblings and Daniel 
Posted by Jonathan Agbebi on February 12, 2021
This year has thought us how time can quickly pass and can be very slow. It's 10 years today.
Mr Dehinde as I fondly called you, your memory has been with me for 10 years ! Every time I drove pass your resting place in Radlett. I remembered the good times we shared. Your legacy lives on!
My friend continue to rest in peace in the bosom of our Lord.
You will be forever missed.
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Unforgettable Dehinde .. 10 years after

Shared by f ade on February 12, 2021
Today I write about our unforgettable Dehinde, a great husband to my dear friend Oluremi Owodele Ogunware, loving father of adorable young men. Dehinde was one of the closest guys to our family. The calming factor in my friend's life. He was a good husband, a very good father. Having discovered my passion for education, especially 11+ exams prep, Dehinde would discuss the future of his boys with me for several hours. He would express his desires for his boys to be privately educated. He was very dedicated to his boys, ensuring they passed the 11 plus exams. . His dream came true, the boys are doing very well. Two of them are graduates of Russell Group Universities,  the youngest is about to go to University. I am sure you will be whispering to the angels of how proud you are of your boys and Remi.

Dehinde was also a lover of fashion, complementing my dear saxxy friend Remyz. I used to call them Posh and Becks. They both wear trendy outfits with ease. Heavens smiled on them and blessed the work of their hands. I remember our parties at their luxury home in Radlett, Dehinde ensured everyone enjoyed every minute spent at their parties. I guessed he knew the candle will burn out very quickly, leaving us with only memories and 3 young versions of himself. Dehinde passed after a very brief illness, everyone was shocked, pained and sad. Dehinde gained his wings on the 12th of February 2011. The boys were young, Remi was confused,  we were all saddened. Having experienced the death of my parents at a very young age, I knew life would be very different for the boys. Remi single-handedly raised these amiable young men with God's help. Today, I salute the memory of my dear friend Dehinde, the courage and resilience of my dear friend Remi for raising the responsible young boys Dehinde left. Rest on Dehinde in power and perfect peace.
Folu Adebayo

Unilag days

Shared by Akinola Akinlabi on December 23, 2013

I could remember our days at Unilag with Dehinde, Niyi Adesanya, Biola Oladoja and myself at the faculty of Educatiion. How late Dr Mrs Busari used to tease and comment on our acceptable attitudes. I still remember when i visited you in 1997 at Seven sisters and how you drove me round and gave me a warm reception with Remi, your wife. Also memories of my family's visit to you in Borehamwood on your 40th birthday and many more-------. U were such a loving friend that doesnt discriminate. You put in so much to make this life worthy to be for your family and people around you. You will always be remembered of your laughing moods at all times. What a loss to this generation. Rest in the hands of the Lord. Sun re oooo!!!

Akin 

Shared by lewis okechukwu on December 7, 2013
What a friend, Deinde you were too nice to go so so soon, thanks for the amazing joy and laughters you gave us in this your very very short life. We all do miss you. Rest in perfact peace.