Let the memory of Dr Emmanuel be with us forever
  • 48 years old
  • Born on December 10, 1967 .
  • Passed away on August 15, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dr Emmanuel Adewumi 48 years old , born on December 10, 1967 and passed away on August 15, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Rotimi Badero on 15th August 2018
E nice! Gone but not forgotten...Keep resting in the Lord Bro
Posted by Olakunle Oluwole on 15th August 2018
Friendship is life long and beyond. Emmanuel and I are always friends. To bring a smile; on campus in Ife in Faculty of Health Sciences Peugeot 504 station wagon
Posted by Folson Cadet on 10th December 2017
Manny, E-Man...We miss you my Brother. Always had good conversations with you. Bless your spirit.
Posted by Olumide Fagbeja on 17th April 2017
Emma My dear friend. How can I ever forget you? I shed a tear whenever I think of you and your passing prematurely I also remember that you lived a full and fast life and I smile. You bring joy and laughter to everybody who meet you. You are a force of nature and I'm proud to say I was your first friend in Ife. I can never forget your kindness, warmth and sensitivity barely buried beneath the jovial, humorous and gregarious external demeanour. You were a highly intelligent, large hearted young old soul. I could not believe that you would pass away soon after we had reconnected. I regret not being in contact sooner or being a better friend. I love you man but I guess the Almighty loves you more. Rest in peace big man.
Posted by Doyin Adelabu on 17th August 2016
Rest in Peace my dear friend Emman. Time and distance could not diminish our friendship but the cruel hand of death has separated us forever. Your memory will ever remain in my heart. May God grant you eternal bliss.
Posted by Olukayode Akinlaja on 17th August 2016
Farewell E-man, although a short life, your positive marks in the sands of time will live much longer after you. Adieu and rest in peace bro.
Posted by Ose Wangboje on 17th August 2016
It was a privilege for me to have been a part of Emmanuel's life right from our Ife days. Although much too short,his, was a life well lived. He was a determined, collaborative caring and an extremely jovial person who loved life and all that it offered. RIP bro and God bless you.
Posted by Gbenga Taiwo on 17th August 2016
Big Emma....as we fondly call you! Never knew it will be this soon! Still vividly remembered our meeting in Ile-Oluji last 26th December.The memories lives on. You have touched many lives than you could imagine, your kindness,joviality and ever infectious trademark smiles keeps playing back! It's quite shocking. Rest in perfect peace bros!
Posted by Deji Obikoya on 17th August 2016
So soon, too soon. You will always remain big in my heart. Rest in peace bro. Adieu
Posted by Adebola Oni on 17th August 2016
Dear Emmanuel I can only hold on to the good old memories we shared back then in medical school days.its true good people never Iast.You fought a brave battle my dear brother.You were always a cheerful and Kind person with that special smile. Rest in peace bro.
Posted by Tope Asaniyan on 16th August 2016
E-man Too short but fruitful, your memories remain fresh in my mind, our days as young doctors in the living quarters of State specialist hospital, Ondo. We love u but the Almighty love u most. Sun re o
Posted by Tonxell Aderanti on 16th August 2016
E - Man , So shocked beyonds words. We love you but God knows the best ! Rest in peace E-man you will be missed .
Posted by Makanju Oladigbo on 16th August 2016
May your gentle soul find repose with the Lord. You will be sorely missed. Sun re oo.
Posted by Rotimi Badero on 16th August 2016
E-nice You were more than a friend, you were my brother. From that first day we met at Dapo's BQ, I knew you had a heart that was larger than life. You were very selfless and was always there for your friends. Your jovial nature , fun loving heart and the wonderful memories you left behind will never be forgotten. You are indeed one of a kind and we will all miss you greatly. Rest in the Lord my dear friend and brother.

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