Let the memory of Ephraim be with us forever "...n le Adisa... Adisa n le"
  • 71 years old
  • Born on February 16, 1942 .
  • Passed away on August 28, 2013 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ephraim Ogungbe, 71, born on February 16, 1942 and passed away on August 28, 2013. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Eniola Omobolaji on 16th February 2017
...that time of the year when the thought of you registers and assumes a more apparent 'presence.' Not one for birthday, but you'll gladly buy into any excuse to celebrate your children. I chose to celebrate you as much as time and resources permits. Nle Adisa!
Posted by Eniola Omobolaji on 22nd September 2016
I simply miss you
Posted by Eniola Omobolaji on 16th February 2016
Dad, today you would have been a young man of 74. Happy birthday young man
Posted by Eniola Omobolaji on 28th August 2015
A tribute to a great man is in coming in contact with all that he has impacted. Men, deeds gives me a constant reminder of you Dad. Live on Baale!
Posted by Eniola Omobolaji on 15th February 2015
Today would have been your 73rd Birthday. Characteristically you wouldn't let on or bother to acknowledge the signifcance of that day. But we all do, and as become a family tradition, we all 'jostled' to be the first to get in a few words of birthday wishes which you always do appreciate. I will still celebrate you for as long as life permits. And in us all your dreams would "in Jesus name" be fulfilled. Happy Birhtday Dad
Posted by Abiola Fischer on 28th August 2014
Miss you today And Always Dad....forever on my heart
Posted by Eniola Omobolaji on 10th August 2014
one year on by (28/8/2014), the pain is still as real as the first time the news was broken to me. Now I realise more than ever your influence in my life. Together we break new grounds in my life's journey until your demise. Just when the bond of father/son was firmly being consolidated, they 'would' come, and take you away from us. Your love, beautifully woven in your expressions and that smiles and stares of a proud father who has great hope for his children. I see you daddy. Your hope is made real in us

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