ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Efunmi Olubanwo . We will remember her forever.

Posted by Inkky Olayiwole on May 7, 2019
Aunty Efunmi....no words still....I just saw you in February.......I did not know that was goodbye. I met you and Uncle FemB way back in my Unilag days at Pastor Wale and Foluke Akinosun’s home.....you immediately became my big sis, looking out for me....E Seun Aunty mi.
Thank you for always keeping it real. Thank you for always being you. Big sis, you will always be remembered. Your memory is blessed forever.
I pray God’s comfort and strength for Uncle FemB, your children, Aunty Ronke and Uncle Bode Osunkoya, Aunty Oluwande Moyo, Sis Titi Olujobi and my darling friends Pastor Yinka and Foluke Sanni.
The Lord our God in the midst of us is mighty.
Rest in glory my beautiful Aunty Efunmi
Posted by Adefunke Hammed on April 28, 2019
Didn't hv the opportunity to know you personally but going through the write up for you made me to know u impacted alot of people n u stood out has a great personality. You hv gone home to be in a better place .you were a good wife to my uncle and a great mother to your kids.RIP n living in our hearts is the greatest thing.
Posted by OLUFADEKEMI Ottun on April 27, 2019
I have known Mrs. Efunmi Omowunmi Olubanwo for over 9 years. She was my boss for 9 years in the Section on Legal Practice of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA-SLP). We used to call her ‘Boss Ma’, not only in the workplace, but wherever we met.
My past work colleagues will agree with me that she was full of life, energetic, always willing to work, compassionate about work, kind. I felt comfortable, equal, and had a very good relationship with her. We were always at each others tails like Cat and Mouse, we fought, argued and always come back to reason together. She was ready to go the extra mile when called, especially in times of emergency in our workplace. She was a mobile person and loved to get things done, even if it took her hours to do it.
Efunmi would go the extra mile to assist you, or call one of her many friends or siblings to do the same if she can’t, just to make sure that you are satisfied. She believed in fairness. Strife was not part of her life.
After her retirement from the SLP years ago, it was difficult letting her go. I always called her when I'm stuck and she would help. She continued to remain active and willing to help out as usual. But those days are gone, gone but not forgotten. It’s really hard to accept sudden death like hers, and we will never get accustomed to it.
Gone before us too soon, Efunmi (EfyB), aunty mi. Certainly, the precious memories of you will remain in my heart. This is your time, EfyB to finally rest on; In everything, we all can say, Jesus gives and takes, blessed be his holy name.
So many things around my circle will forever remind me of you.
THE OTTUN FAMILY extends condolences to the OLUBANWO Family.
Posted by Adedamola Abudu on April 25, 2019
Dearest Sis,
You were wonderful from the very first time you met us individually, and with the realization that you already knew everyone in our families except us, made your role as “Sis” a natural and ordained fit. You had good stories to tell, words of praises and encouragement in the right quantity when required, you offered kindness doing everything freely out of love. Your joke about the “Winconies” is forever going to gladden our hearts when we remember you. We really hope you knew how much your relationship meant to us as a family and that you know how much we miss you now. You came into our lives though for a short season but left big footprints in our hearts, the pain of your death will pass but the memory of your love will remain with us forever. 

Deji and Damola Abudu

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Posted by Inkky Olayiwole on May 7, 2019
Aunty Efunmi....no words still....I just saw you in February.......I did not know that was goodbye. I met you and Uncle FemB way back in my Unilag days at Pastor Wale and Foluke Akinosun’s home.....you immediately became my big sis, looking out for me....E Seun Aunty mi.
Thank you for always keeping it real. Thank you for always being you. Big sis, you will always be remembered. Your memory is blessed forever.
I pray God’s comfort and strength for Uncle FemB, your children, Aunty Ronke and Uncle Bode Osunkoya, Aunty Oluwande Moyo, Sis Titi Olujobi and my darling friends Pastor Yinka and Foluke Sanni.
The Lord our God in the midst of us is mighty.
Rest in glory my beautiful Aunty Efunmi
Posted by Adefunke Hammed on April 28, 2019
Didn't hv the opportunity to know you personally but going through the write up for you made me to know u impacted alot of people n u stood out has a great personality. You hv gone home to be in a better place .you were a good wife to my uncle and a great mother to your kids.RIP n living in our hearts is the greatest thing.
Posted by OLUFADEKEMI Ottun on April 27, 2019
I have known Mrs. Efunmi Omowunmi Olubanwo for over 9 years. She was my boss for 9 years in the Section on Legal Practice of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA-SLP). We used to call her ‘Boss Ma’, not only in the workplace, but wherever we met.
My past work colleagues will agree with me that she was full of life, energetic, always willing to work, compassionate about work, kind. I felt comfortable, equal, and had a very good relationship with her. We were always at each others tails like Cat and Mouse, we fought, argued and always come back to reason together. She was ready to go the extra mile when called, especially in times of emergency in our workplace. She was a mobile person and loved to get things done, even if it took her hours to do it.
Efunmi would go the extra mile to assist you, or call one of her many friends or siblings to do the same if she can’t, just to make sure that you are satisfied. She believed in fairness. Strife was not part of her life.
After her retirement from the SLP years ago, it was difficult letting her go. I always called her when I'm stuck and she would help. She continued to remain active and willing to help out as usual. But those days are gone, gone but not forgotten. It’s really hard to accept sudden death like hers, and we will never get accustomed to it.
Gone before us too soon, Efunmi (EfyB), aunty mi. Certainly, the precious memories of you will remain in my heart. This is your time, EfyB to finally rest on; In everything, we all can say, Jesus gives and takes, blessed be his holy name.
So many things around my circle will forever remind me of you.
THE OTTUN FAMILY extends condolences to the OLUBANWO Family.
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God bless you heart Madam Efunmi

Shared by Susan Uko on April 24, 2019

Looking at your pictures and smiles make me sure that you lived a very beautiful and smiles filled life. I pray that your heart finds rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ, i pray for comfort for your family though it would be so hard for them to swallow the bitter pill of your absence. Everyone wishes they could bring you back but knowing that you are away from this stressful world into the land of gold and being joined with the Angels to sing hosannah is what makes our heart peaceful. Do have a good rest ma, you are loved by all.