ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Esther Olamigoke, 92 years old, born on November 28, 1928, and passed away on May 15, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Demilade Adisa on June 4, 2021
The smiles you always showed is how i remember you Grandma. An anchor you were, full of wisdom. I celebrate your life because you lived a beautiful one, celebrating every milestone in our lives. Thank you for the heartfelt prayers always. Am also grateful for the sleepovers too, always showing your heart of love and care. The memories of you in our lives on Iye Idowu and much more, your legacy lives on. Rest well Mama Ile-oluji, Ever so georgous, ever so wonderful ❤, I love you....
Posted by Adebisi Ade-Onojobi on May 18, 2021
May Mama’s Sweet Soul RIP. Congratulations to you FUNSHO And Feyi. Also accept my Deepest Sympathy. No matter how old, we don’t want them to go. But we thank God that she came, she fought the good fight and she conquered. Glory Halleluyah !!!
Adebisi Ade-Onojobi-Daniel
Posted by Taiwo Ogunsegha on May 17, 2021
I was opportuned to come across mama in May 2018 when I came to visit my children in Houston and we were worshipping at RCCG House of David in Houston. What I really admired in mama was that throughout the period I came to worship, mama never missed a Sunday service. Mama is someone that really loved God. May mama's soul continue to rest in the bosom of her creator. We love her but God loves her most. Good night iye omo. Past and Past (Mrs) Tai Olamigoke accept my condolence. Omo rere a gbeyin eyin naa o
Posted by Adetoun Sillo on May 17, 2021
We praise God for a life well spent. Mama was a wonderful person. I remember her & my sister singing "ejire" songs to our twin grandchildren. May her soul rest in peace. It is well in Jesus name.
Posted by Feyisola Olamigoke on May 16, 2021
My very dear mother in-love, it doesn't seem real that you have departed but it is a fact that you are gone,
Le o 'ye wa ia "sikan, omo pupa lu, omo alago aji'lu gboun ni'jo ose. li bata ye lo k'abo n'ojo simi,
Thank you Mama for helping to take care of all our children and myself after child birth, you were always there all though, you are well appreciated.
Mama you are dearly loved and will be greatly missed, sleep on beloved till we meet to part no more at the feet of the Lord. Adieu dear mother, it's not a good bye but a good night, you'll forever be in my heart.

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Posted by Demilade Adisa on June 4, 2021
The smiles you always showed is how i remember you Grandma. An anchor you were, full of wisdom. I celebrate your life because you lived a beautiful one, celebrating every milestone in our lives. Thank you for the heartfelt prayers always. Am also grateful for the sleepovers too, always showing your heart of love and care. The memories of you in our lives on Iye Idowu and much more, your legacy lives on. Rest well Mama Ile-oluji, Ever so georgous, ever so wonderful ❤, I love you....
Posted by Adebisi Ade-Onojobi on May 18, 2021
May Mama’s Sweet Soul RIP. Congratulations to you FUNSHO And Feyi. Also accept my Deepest Sympathy. No matter how old, we don’t want them to go. But we thank God that she came, she fought the good fight and she conquered. Glory Halleluyah !!!
Adebisi Ade-Onojobi-Daniel
Posted by Taiwo Ogunsegha on May 17, 2021
I was opportuned to come across mama in May 2018 when I came to visit my children in Houston and we were worshipping at RCCG House of David in Houston. What I really admired in mama was that throughout the period I came to worship, mama never missed a Sunday service. Mama is someone that really loved God. May mama's soul continue to rest in the bosom of her creator. We love her but God loves her most. Good night iye omo. Past and Past (Mrs) Tai Olamigoke accept my condolence. Omo rere a gbeyin eyin naa o
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ETERNAL WALK!

Shared by Afolabi Adisa on June 10, 2021
Have you heard of a school called: "School of the Holy Spirit"? My dear and sweet grandmother was indeed a unique example of a student enrolled in that school! She shared her testimony with me of how the Holy Spirit of God taught her how to read and understand the Yoruba bible as she consistently made efforts to study God's Words. Mama will frequently say: " Afooolaaaabi, Adura le bo oni gbagbo", encouraging me to pray always.

She will be greatly missed in our midst, but I am so thankful to the Lord that her recreated spirit lives on forever, and is with the Lord. On that glorious day of the rapture of the Church, the dead in Christ will be the first to be raised up with a glorious body to meet Jesus Christ up in the clouds of Glory, and forever, the Bible says, will we be with the Lord.

That is Esther Olanumo Olamigoke's Story, a story of an unending walk with the Lord! Love you mama!