ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Esther Coker, 100 years old, born on November 23, 1920, and passed away on April 28, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Gabriel Olanrewaju on June 4, 2021
*TRIBUTE TO 'AMAMA"*

"Those we love never truly leave us. There are things that death can not touch" - Jack Thorne

How do I start my tribute in memory of a wonderful matriarch, she was beautiful, humane, a devoted and committed lover of God. I shared a very deep and interesting relationship with "AMAMA".

Firstly, she loved me for been so much a resemblance of her dad. Secondly, she extended the love she had for my mum to me. So, it was easy for us to connect on spirituality, family, her loaded aphorisms and wisdom nuggets about life.

I loved her and she loved me. Whenever we got talking in her free time, her constant homilies were around faith and God, first of all, your well-being and family. There are few people who lovingly and excitingly call my full name without abbreviation, oreoluwa was a rhythmic and boisterous echo on AMAMA's lips whenever we saw or having phone conversations. Another fascinating thing about our matriarch was that even as her energy waned, virility and vigour faded; her passion for God never waned.
The few times we spent together under the same roof was characterized by her idiosyncratic jiggling of early morning bell for her morning devotion which became my alarm bells during my postgraduate studies. AMAMA was a lover of prayer and a committed reader of the Bible.

Well, you may be wondering what brought about the appendage AMAMA, that's my expression of joy, appreciation and adulation of a committed, hardworking, caring mother and grandmother.

This is indeed a celebration of life. Our loss is heaven's gain. We love you but God loves you more. Even though you have left us, our fondest memories of you linger with us and that we will cherish indelibly.
Làálàá alágbàse ti tán!
Adieu AMAMA till we meet on the ressurection morning.

Oreoluwa

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Posted by Gabriel Olanrewaju on June 4, 2021
*TRIBUTE TO 'AMAMA"*

"Those we love never truly leave us. There are things that death can not touch" - Jack Thorne

How do I start my tribute in memory of a wonderful matriarch, she was beautiful, humane, a devoted and committed lover of God. I shared a very deep and interesting relationship with "AMAMA".

Firstly, she loved me for been so much a resemblance of her dad. Secondly, she extended the love she had for my mum to me. So, it was easy for us to connect on spirituality, family, her loaded aphorisms and wisdom nuggets about life.

I loved her and she loved me. Whenever we got talking in her free time, her constant homilies were around faith and God, first of all, your well-being and family. There are few people who lovingly and excitingly call my full name without abbreviation, oreoluwa was a rhythmic and boisterous echo on AMAMA's lips whenever we saw or having phone conversations. Another fascinating thing about our matriarch was that even as her energy waned, virility and vigour faded; her passion for God never waned.
The few times we spent together under the same roof was characterized by her idiosyncratic jiggling of early morning bell for her morning devotion which became my alarm bells during my postgraduate studies. AMAMA was a lover of prayer and a committed reader of the Bible.

Well, you may be wondering what brought about the appendage AMAMA, that's my expression of joy, appreciation and adulation of a committed, hardworking, caring mother and grandmother.

This is indeed a celebration of life. Our loss is heaven's gain. We love you but God loves you more. Even though you have left us, our fondest memories of you linger with us and that we will cherish indelibly.
Làálàá alágbàse ti tán!
Adieu AMAMA till we meet on the ressurection morning.

Oreoluwa
her Life

Our Exemplary Matriarch

Apostolic superintendent/Prophetess Esther Aduni Coker was a mother, grandmother, great-grandma born into the family of Pa Lawal Akowonjo of blessed memory. She grew up with determination to live a life of impact, devotion and the love of God and humanity.

She loved her children very dearly did all she could to raise them in a godly way reflecting very important Christian values. Prophetess Esther Coker was a lover of God and served God with all her strength and might. She held very fervently the doctrines of the Bible and the tenets of C&S church. 

She was an amazing industrious woman who exhibited the traits of a virtuous woman in proverbs 31. She loved her God and served him till her last breath on earth.

She is smiling with the Angels having bid goodbye this world of sin.


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OBSEQUIES PROGRAMME

Shared by Gabriel Olanrewaju on June 4, 2021
The burial arrangements are as  follows:

14th July, 2021 

Service of songs, sacred C&S church oluwamayomikun - 1, Amisu street, oke-itunu, Mokola Ibadan, Oyo state.Time is 3pm. Colour code - White and purple

15th July, 2021
Christian Wake-keeping, sacred C&S church oluwamayomikun - 1, Amisu street, oke-itunu, Mokola Ibadan, Oyo state.Time is 4pm. Colour code - White and any bright colour
16th July, 2021
Burial service, Interment  & Reception @ Wonderland House of Prayers, Iroko via Akinyele, Moniya Ibadan, Oyo state.Time is 10am. Colour code - All White