This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Frederick Oluseyi Coker, born on 28 October 1958, and passed away on 8 July 2021. 

We will remember him forever.
Posted by ADEBOWALE ADESIDA on September 21, 2022
Another year is gone! Just like yesterday when you passed into the after life. May YHWH comfort those you left behind. Up School bro.
Posted by salome coker on July 9, 2022
Miss you dad more than ever! 1 year has passed but we feel your presence every day.
Posted by Olasunmbo Kuye on July 9, 2022
Uncle Fred, you will continue to be remembered and loved. May the blessings be.
Love and blessings to all yours.
Posted by Olufemi Shodimu on July 8, 2022
On year gone by, Uncle Fred may your soul continue to find sweet repose.
Posted by OLUTOYIN SAKUTU on July 8, 2022
The memory of the Just is blessed, resurrection remains our hope!! We shall Uncle Fred again on the day of Ressurection by God's Grace.
Posted by Olajumoke Abosede Olaniyi on July 8, 2022

Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, May looking back in memory help comfort the tomorrow and everyday
Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near still loved, still missed and very dear
You never stop loving someone because they are no more you just learn to live without them because you carry them in your heart 24/7
Death is never an end, but a new beginning in the present of almighty father
May his gentle soul continue to rest in heaven amen 
Posted by Charles Abraham on October 29, 2021
Fredo, keep resting with the King. Happy post humous birthday. We miss you. Love, PCA
Posted by Debbie Ogunbayo on October 28, 2021
Uncle Fred we have not forgotten your passing. May your soul rest in peace IJMA Amen
Posted by orhu Gloria onome on August 13, 2021
Mr.coker my boss like a friend ,like a father ,an advicer,and a comedian .His smile always lights up the whole school.i will forever miss you.keep resting in the bossom of the lord till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Azoumi Olabanji on August 12, 2021
Hmmm... Rest now Uncle Fred.... In perfect Peace, have your rest...
The reality of your passing hit strong today.... Aunty Jumoke, may God continue to uphold u & your Children. You have been so strong. God bless u, Aunty
Posted by Olufemi Shodimu on August 12, 2021
God be with you till we meet again
Posted by Dazie Obasuyi on August 10, 2021
I am really sadden by the loss of your dad Salome! I remember all the wonderful memories of coming to your house in Dagenham and meeting your parents and your dad was ever the charmer, he always had a story to two to tell and was always instilling words of wisdom in us. I also remember your dad reading over my personal statement during my university application and making changes and telling me not to selling my too short! Most of all my memories of your dad was on NYE 2008, I came to your house early as we had planned to go out for NYE celebrations later that evening. However we got caught up in you dad's stories and we both fell asleep, we missed the New year's count down and ended up staying indoors without going out (haha) your dad certainly had a way with words that kept you both amused, empowered and entertained.

He will be greatly missed and I pray his soul continues to rest in the bossom of the lord.

My deepest condolences to your entire family.
Posted by Atinuke Omisade on August 10, 2021
Fred was funny, (he’s probably cracking jokes in heaven now), witty, loves to argue, friendly and very humble. The darling and husband of our dear cousin Jumoke. We’ve known him for over 40years and never a dull moment. You came, lived and left. May the Lord comfort and uphold the entire family at this challenging time. RIP
Femi & Atinuke
Posted by Ayodele Owolabi on August 9, 2021
My uncle Fred, never knew it would be this early… will never be forgotten for your kindness and warmth towards mankind, may your gentle soul rest in perfect and eternal peace
Posted by Toks AFOLABI on August 9, 2021
Fredo-C, it was nothing but a total disbelief and sudden shock when I received the news of your passing. Well, The Almighty and Unquestionable God, knows best; He gives and takes as He pleases.

Thursday 8 July 2021 was really a sad day for all who knew Frederick Oluseyi COKER; his passing was one too much to bear. There is no doubt that he was a people's man; jovial, sociable and never a dull moment with him. He would always argue his point to the end, until it's well proven. He will forever be missed; I pray he finds rest and everlasting peace in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Fred, continue to sleep the good sleep in the watchful eyes of The Almighty God. Goodnight (Adieu)!

May the Lord God comfort his family and friends he left behind; Amen!

Temi Toks AFOLABI 
Posted by Rosa Vera-Cruz on August 9, 2021
The Lord giveth, and taketh in His time. The Lardner’s and Cokers grew up together in Alagomeji, Yaba. Fred was particularly close to my cousin Tunji, in those days. As it was in those days, it was in and out of each other’s homes. Fred’s mum was a typical Saro lady and that being our origin also made her kindred with our parents. Little did we know that we would later become in-laws!!! Even more so, that our daughters would become the best of friends.
Witty, bubbly and ebullient. Fred, you will be missed so much, but our consolation is that you are free of pain now. and that you rest with Our Lord. Rest on brother.
We pray that the Lord abides with and strengthens your loved ones, especially your dear wife. Jummy, your children, Seyi, Morenike and Fope and your grandchildren.
Posted by Tunde Okuwobi on August 8, 2021
Brother Fred, the news of your passing to glory was shocking to me. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace and may the Good Lord grant sister Jumoke, the kids and grandchildren the fortitude to bear this loss. Amen. You were a great brother to me and you would be sorely missed.
Posted by Kunbi Femi-Olatunji on August 8, 2021

Dear Fred,
your passing came as a great shock to us.
We shall miss your friendly smile and jokes.
Continue to rest in perfect peace big brother.

From Kunbi and Family.
Posted by Akin Ogunbiyi on August 7, 2021
It is with very heavy heart that I write these words of tribute for my truly bosom friend and brother. I find it very difficult to think that you are no more around, I can't take it in and am still in a state of disbelief.
I will forever cherish your brotherly love and the joy you gave me , it is really unexplainable.
Goodnight "Freddie C " I will forever remember your smiling face.
Posted by Afolabi Art Alade on August 6, 2021
Uncle Freddy,you were a very pleasant and cordial person and always left an impression on me the few times I met you, funny and full of life and love.Rest in power Uncle Fred,keep an eye on the family.
Posted by Olu Ogunbayo on August 4, 2021
Boda mi, your passing was so sudden and I am still in utter shock and disbelief. Why would I forget the very first time I met you at Pedro when you came to visit sister all those years ago? Why would I forget the major impact you have in my career path? Why would I forget all those periods in my teenage years when you pass on your barely worn clothes, shoes, shirts and suits and the occasional cash gifts? Thank you for the very many fond memories I am blessed to have shared with you. I particularly remember those summer days in the park when we played football with family, friends and the drink session plus playful chats and comments that follow afterwards. Success in my WAEC exams is mainly the consequence of your tutelage and mentorship for which I am eternally grateful. You even told me off for scoring A2 instead of A1 in Economics. As it is with me, your sudden departure must have left gaping holes in many people’s life to whom you were associated. Thank you for sharing those wonderful memories which I will continue to cherish to the end. Rest in peace, boda mi. Olusola Ogunbayo (UK).
Posted by Fola Nola on August 4, 2021
Uncle Fred,

It aches my heart to know and have to accept that I won't see you again in person, but I know your spirit will continue to be and always be in us and the life of every social gathering/party going forward. I have nothing but joyful and happy memories of you, but it reassures me knowing that you are now pain-free and at rest with the most high.

You will be forever loved and missed, and truly have left a mark in all of our hearts. May you your soul continue to rest in the most perfect peace. xxx
Posted by Paul Coker on August 4, 2021
We have nothing but pleasant memories of you, Uncle Freddie. Christmas holidays' filled with fun and laughter, summers and other visits, we will always cherish the time you spent with us and your positive influence on us. When you would sit down and watch cartoons with us, take us bowling and to arcades. You would always call us on our birthdays and check up on us often. We remember the times you taught us piano when we were kids and we have been playing it ever since. We appreciate all the love and care you've shown us. We will miss you, Uncle.

Gideon, David and Paul Coker
Posted by Phillip Olufemi Coker on August 4, 2021
Fred we are going to miss you so much. Your smiles and presence anywhere you where was awesome and stricking force to people around. We love you SO MUCH and greatly miss you.
May your memories be blessings to your family and friends. (Iporo Mokoloron) rest in perfect peace in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ till we meet to part no more.
I love you Fred.
Adieu my brother.
Your brother, Daisy Coker
Posted by betty Nola on August 4, 2021
Fred, your passing on to glory left me with sadness and pain. I still can't believe you have left us so soon. Only now left with those good memories of your laughter, your James Brown dance, the lovely sociable times spent with our group, your intelligent arguments and discussions and the nickname you always call me (Abankijo). You were truly a good friend. I pray that the Almighty God will wipe away all tears from the eyes of Jumoke, your children, grandchildren and loved ones.
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace .

Banke Nola
Posted by Dapo & Biodun Abraham on August 3, 2021
Freddie my egbon and great friend. You saw more than you said. You were wiser than you carried yourself. You were stronger than most would have ever guessed. You had sourced life out quite a long time ago, but you kept abiding with us novices. You were deep, yet unassuming. I really liked your matter of fact approach to life. You were a really dear friend and your loyalty was cast iron. Men like you are rare! You exemplified good upbringing, courtesy, manners and forthrightness. Somehow, you were ahead of all of us, but you kept pacing yourself so we could catch up. What a joy to have had the privilege of knowing and sharing this planet with you. I know you have made it to THE DESTINATION! You are home with the Lord and now, you can rest knowing you lived well. I can only celebrate you my brother. You lived very well!!! We will keep loving Jummy and the children and grand children. Your legacy is secure. So Adieu, one I can only call a SAGE!
Posted by Yetunde Martins on August 3, 2021
Dear Fred, you were so full of life and certainly could not be missed in a party especially on the dance floor. Your moves were one of a kind. You've always been so kind and considerate in your manner. What can I say about our many scrabble nights. I will certainly miss the vibrant atmosphere during our matches. I know you are now resting in the Lord where there is no more pain. Rest in peace until we meet again. Yetunde Opaleke
Posted by Wale Adesola on August 3, 2021
Tribute to Brother Fred (Fredidonald)

Brother Fred was more than a brother to me. He was also my mentor and my friend. We both had many common interests. Church, organ, classical, and choral music. He was passionate about music, was a member of the Cathedral Church of Christ Marina, Lagos many years ago. He was conversant with the great organists such as T.K.E Phillips, O. O Phillips, Fela Sowande, Kayode Oni and many others, all of blessed memory. I was a member of St Jude’s Church (now Cathedral of St Jude’s Ebute Metta, Lagos) until 1995 when I was appointed Assistant Organist and Choirmaster of Our Saviour’s Church TBS Lagos. We would both sing hymns, chants, marvel at the sound of the pipe organ and the choral renditions etc. He loved Virgil Fox, the late organist of high repute, and we would both watch in admiration, videos of him displaying his skills, especially his variation on the hymn, ‘’O God our help in ages past’’. Bro Fred introduced my family and I to Jazz. He taught my kids how to play some jazz notes on the piano and enjoyed doing so. Hi jazz skills on the piano were phenomenal. We both visited Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral several times while I was on holiday and it was such a rewarding experience to listen to the organ, choir, choral singing etc.

He had a special relationship with my children, loved them so dearly and always engaged them on leisure & serious activities such as table soccer, football, career discussions etc when we come to London on summer holidays. He was so interested in their wellbeing and ready to go to all extent to ensure they (we) all had fun while on holidays. He would always inquire about our plans daily, volunteer to take us to various places and events. Despite coming over with my entire family to stay for 2 /3 weeks, bro Fred was never inconvenienced, even when my children were still quite young. In summary he always ensured we had a great time. We shall all miss him. His love, perseverance, humility, candour, commitment, zeal etc. Summer holidays in London will not be the same again. Brother Fred & I would discuss business, career, everything under the sun. I was always excited to engage him in various discussions, took advice from him on various matters also. He was a socialite, always jovial, lively and would light up any party/event with ‘’jist’, ‘’faboos’’, general discussions on burning issues in Nigeria and globally.

I commensurate with by egbon, sister Jumoke (Jummy), Seyi, Morenike, Fope, and the entire family. It’s sad and depressing to learn brother Fred has gone to be with the Lord just 5 years after our Mum (Mrs G.O Adesola) joined the saints triumphant. He added full value to my life, and the last discussion we had was that he and sister Jumoke were planning to visit us in Dubai once the covid situation is over. A major regret I have is not being able to see him before he passed on, and my inability to attend the funeral activities physically due to covid restrictions, travel bans, and inability to apply/obtain a visa. I’m however just a bit consoled that I will participate remotely, thanks to technology.

Rest in peace brother Fred. I know you’re resting in Heaven and singing with the heavenly choirs. Thoughts of you will always fill my heart. I’m missing you so dearly. Sincere condolences from Chinwe, Damilola (Damo), EbunOluwa and IfeOluwa.

Love, Akinwale Adesola
Dubai, UAE

Posted by Brenta Ogundimu on August 3, 2021
Farewell my brother, my friend. Your friendship was a blessing. I will miss you. Your person brightened up our days. The times we shared are engraved in memories which will remain. Beautiful as the memories are they don’t fully replace your person. God knows best. You live my friend! Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Tunji Lardner on August 1, 2021
The last time I saw and interacted with Freddie was in November 2019 when he showed up at my late mother's funeral reception. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw him and immediately I regressed to when we were mischievous little runts mostly playing soccer and practicing our King fu moves in our backyards in Alagomeji. It was a wonderful reunion between life long friends. The last time I spoke with him was about two months ago. I was prompted by Daco (Dr, Damola Dacosta) during our usual chit-chats lying on his dental chair awaiting a 'wonderful' root canal procedure. He told me that Freddie was feeling poorly and that his health had taken a downward turn. I soon after called Fred and in his voice I could sense the weight of his existential challenge, but typical Fred he was soon laughing and carrying on like old times. However, when I pressed further to find out how he was coping with his situation, her sagely replied ' know..Dis life eh..Na so e be' I still treasure the depth of meaning of this simple statement as I am forced to contemplate the inevitability my own mortality. In a friendship that has survived over some fifty years the vagaries of time, space and the general messiness of life unfolding, I hold Fred's Koan as the new signpost of my remaining life. What exactly did he mean- a faith bound acceptance of life and the inevitability of death, or a declarative statement to understand and master our respective lives as is, not necessarily as we want it to be, but with the power of our own agency that understands the consequences of every action we take. Against the backdrop of the casualties of COVID 19 and the many friends we have lost, I feel fortunate that Fred has left me with a gift that transcends his transition. I pray the God continues to keep, protect and provide for Jumoke and their three children who all can take comfort in the memories of this unassuming but truly remarkable man who lived his life with profound love, generosity of spirit, music, laughter and purpose. Freddie.. Well...Na so e be! Rest in love and peace my brother!
Posted by Eni Adesola on July 31, 2021
Uncle Fred, I can’t believe you’re gone. You were such a funny, loving uncle . You were the first person to teach me how to play the piano, and till this day I can still remember the exact song you taught me. You also taught me how to play table soccer, and would take me and my siblings to the parks in London. I will miss your bright smile that made our day; it's hard to believe that you are no more amongst us. I pray that your soul rests in peace. You were a great person, and a blessing to many people. You will forever be missed. Our hearts are heavy for losing someone so special, but as we mourn your death, we also celebrate your life. The wonderful moments you shared with us will forever be remembered. Rest in peace up in heaven!
Posted by Damola Aboaba on July 30, 2021
Fred and I were probationer chorister boys at the Cathedral Church of Christ, Marina, Lagos in 1967. I have known Fred for as long as I can remember and this is a great shock. May God give Jumoke and the children the fortitude to bear this great loss.
Posted by Damilola Adesola on July 30, 2021
Uncle Fred, the only uncle that could match my energy. I was lost for words to hear you passed. You were always a great uncle to my siblings and me, almost like a second father. I remember when you used to come over and show me all the latest jazz hits on your iPod. I also miss when you taught me how to play jazz on the piano and table soccer whenever we visited London. One thing that always stood was how caring and attentive you were to me from a very young age. I wish we had more time together, but I know God has called you back home. May your soul rest in perfect peace Uncle. You will be forever missed.
Posted by David Obadun on July 30, 2021
I still can’t believe I am writing this tribute because of your passing. Words cannot describe this difficult moment. Uncle Fred was a great uncle and a great father. You were so fun to be around. Despite knowing you for a brief period and at a tender age, I still remember how loving and caring you were.
Now that the good Lord has called you to rest. You are gone but will never be forgotten. May your soul rest in perfect peace. Adieu Uncle Fred ❤️
Posted by Lara Osilaja on July 29, 2021
We were so shocked to hear the tragic news that you were gone! My dear Egbon as I call you, you were a gentle, loving and caring cousin with the family meaning so much to you! May you continue to rest in peace. I pray that the Lord almighty will comfort the family, strengthen and strengthen my dear sister Jumoke and grant her peace.. You will forever be missed.
Posted by daniel obadun on July 29, 2021
Uncle Fred, I'd be lying if i said i knew what to write or how to feel. I wish we had more time. You were a great man, a kind uncle filled with wisdom and really loving. I remember the first summer my siblings and i spent in the UK. You opened up your home to us and you were really patient and caring to us. You fought bravely, loved deeply and lived with integrity. I find peace in the fact that you knew and loved Jesus and we have hope in that. I pray for comfort for your family and our loved ones in this time. I cant wait to see you again, by Gods grace.
Posted by Bukola Obadun on July 29, 2021
I still cannot believe Bro Fred is gone. Bro Fred and my Sister (Sister Jumoke) were my guardian in the UK while I was doing my A levels. During the holidays I would stay with them. Bro Fred was very caring and protective of me. Whenever there was an argument between my sister and I, Bro Fred would always be on my side. He took me like his sister. Always checking up on my welfare. I thank God for the privilege of knowing you all this 39 years. Your memories will always be in our hearts. The only consolation I have is that you are resting in the bosom of our Lord. Bro Fred, you will be greatly MISSED. We love you but Jesus Loves you more. May God Almighty give Sister Jumoke, Seyi, Morenike, Fope, Kira, Olivia, Siblings, the entire Coker and Adesola family the fortitude to bear this great loss, and may He comfort us all, Amen. Rest on Bro Fred till me meet to part no more. 

Bukola Obadun (Nee Adesola)
Posted by boluwatife obadun on July 29, 2021
Uncle Fred will be greatly missed .I remember the summer of 2006 when I traveled to London to visit my cousins and Aunty , and I can never forget how welcoming and funny uncle Fred was always. He always made me laugh and was such a joy to always be around. I believe that uncle Fred will forever be with us in our hearts and as an angel watching over us all. I pray that the lord will comfort Aunty Jumoke, Seyi, morenike, fope and each of us .Rest In perfect peace uncle Fred I love you ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by wuraola obadun on July 29, 2021
It breaks my heart to be writing this. Uncle Fred, You were one of the nicest and funniest uncles I had. There are truly no words that can be used to describe how kind you were. To know you was to love you. With the little time we spent together, I will always cherish all of our wonderful memories. You truly will be missed but NEVER forgotten. May God continue to comfort Aunty Jumoke, Morenike, Fope, Seyi and every single person dealing with your loss
Posted by Tina Ogunbiyi on July 29, 2021
Our dear brother Fred has gone to be with the Lord!
"Death for a Christian is not the end but a new beginning; A transition to a fuller life, and a release from the afflictions of this world."
He always had a Cheerful demeanor surrounding him. There was never a dull moment with Uncle Fred. He will be greatly missed.
I pray that the God of all comfort will abide with sister Jumoke and the children and comfort us all in Jesus name. Amen.
Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Lucy Adeniji on July 28, 2021
I say Adieu and Good Night Uncle Fred Coker, sleep on in the bosom of the Almighty God till we all meet again up yonder at resurrection morning, I am very sure you have heard the Good-morning welcoming greetings from the heavenly hosts and the angels beckoning you to the very presence of God, your Maker who has chosen to called you home to Himself, to take your place closer to Him.✝️
We love you but God love you more and He will strengthen and comfort your precious sweet wife and excellently beautiful wonderful children: Seyi, Morenike and Fope and your amazing grandchildren to whom they will forever miss you, with the memories of your love and funny faces you have shared with them.
I also ask the same strength and comfort for your siblings, the entire family of the Cokers’ and all the Adesola’s family, in Jesus Mighty Name.
I pray that your demised will only draw us more closer to God, and learn to number our days: Psalm 90:12. The Earth is the marketplace and Heaven is our eternal home. Rest on in perfect peace, uncle Fred. God’s Beloved that you truly are!✝️

Shalom ☮️
Reverend Lucy❤️

Sent from my iPhone
Posted by Taiwo Bakare on July 28, 2021
Fredo (as l fondly call you) had been close friends with me and my twin brother since our youthful days at Alagomeji, Yaba.
In fact, when l spoke with him on the last Saturday before his passing, little did l know that would be our last conversation. His voice was so clear and vibrant that l did not suspect the end was near.
As the saying goes "Friendship transends death. Memories made will never be forgotten, creating a lasting impression on those they left behind".
I cannot forget the exciting moments and outings (too numerous to mention) that we had together over the years. Fredo would be truly missed.
My prayers are with his loving and dedicated wife, Jummy, their children (Seyi, Morenike & Fope), grandchildren as well as his siblings.
May God continue to be your carer and shield you all from any harm.
Posted by Kanyin Ogundare on July 26, 2021
Uncle Fred,
I was very sad to hear of your passing. Thank God for the life you lived and blessings that came through you. I pray that the wonderful attributes you instilled in Seyi, Morenike and Fope will live on and that Aunty Jumoke would remember the great times with you and be comforted.

Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Wale Adebiyi on July 26, 2021
Fredo! Sad to hear of your demise. Our association from our Alagomeji days still very fresh in our memories. May your soul find profound solace in the bosom of the Lord. May HE also comfort Jumoke and the kids. Amen!
Posted by HB Ogunbayo Children on July 25, 2021
Uncle Fred

Gone too soon. Gone gloriously to meet with the Lord God.

We were shocked and are saddened by the news of your passing to eternal glory.

You were a devoted, loving and caring husband to our dear cousin, sister Jumoke, a wonderful father to Seyi (Junior), Morenike and Fope and a doting grandfather.

Our solace is knowing that you are in a better place and at peace.

May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen

Sister Jumoke, may the Good Lord console and comfort you, the children and the entire family. May God give you the strength to bear this great loss. Amen

Children of HB Ogunbayo (Toyin, Yinka, Moyo, Tope & Akin)
Posted by Ernest Tamakloe on July 25, 2021
Sir Fred Coker as I used to call you. A great inspiration to me growing up in Alagomeji. Very respectful, immaculate and caring. I mourn your loss and surely we shall meet again.
Posted by Dele Oworu on July 25, 2021
I want to hold, very dearly, the pleasant and exciting moments shared together and wish you peace as you continue your journey to the glorious eternity.
May the love of God continue to abide with Jumoke and the Children.
Posted by Bolanle Jolaoso on July 24, 2021
Freddie!! OMG, I never saw this coming. You gained his wings and flew away to be with your Maker. You fought a great fight, but God has a great plan. Words seem inadequate to express the sorrow felt by your loss. Fred, may your dignified soul rest peacefully with your creator.
Posted by Bose Oguntonade on July 23, 2021
The news of your passing on came as a shock to us. Oh death, where thy sting? But thanks be to God who has given you victory. Your sense of fun, humour and smile will be missed by many. A brother, a friend, a gentleman, Freddo, we remember you fondly, and you’ll never be forgotten. Rest in the peace of the Lord, in that mansion in the sky where neither moth nor rust can destroy.
Soji & Bose Oguntonade
Posted by ADEBOWALE ADESIDA on July 23, 2021
There were special moments in our lives that will last forever! Such moments to hold on to for a very long time. Those moments of discussions on leadership, business, family, The Oak Tree School, C.M.S Grammar School will always be that moment. You loved life and enjoyed it when you had the time. You always had a story to tell me and book authors on emotional inteligence to share. May your soul continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord. Up School!
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Posted by ADEBOWALE ADESIDA on September 21, 2022
Another year is gone! Just like yesterday when you passed into the after life. May YHWH comfort those you left behind. Up School bro.
Posted by salome coker on July 9, 2022
Miss you dad more than ever! 1 year has passed but we feel your presence every day.
Posted by Olasunmbo Kuye on July 9, 2022
Uncle Fred, you will continue to be remembered and loved. May the blessings be.
Love and blessings to all yours.
his Life
Frederick Oluseyi Coker, “Fred”, “Freddie” or “Freddo” to his pals, was born on 28 October 1958 in Islington to the family of late Mr Ijaola Shodolamu Coker of Iporo Ake in Abeokuta and Mrs Clarissa Yeside Coker (nee Macorroh) from Sierra Leone.

His father was the Executive Accounts Officer at the Institute of Medical Laboratory, Technology of Nigeria. His mother a Queen District Nurse in London before retiring as chief Nursing Officer in Lagos. His cherished siblings: Oludaisi, Efuntoun, Olabisi, Funke and Olufemi.


In his teens he met Olajumoke Omoniyi (nee Adesola) his first love who he later married, they celebrated 35+ years of marriage and memories.
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Shared by Omowale Fajemisin Nolla on July 21, 2021
Frẹẹdyy, as I usually call you.  My Alagomeji connection . Whenever we meet you always have to pull my rosy cheeks  You will surely be missed, you have created a vacuum, is it the jokes, the laughter and above all the dancing moves that we shared.
May you continue to rest In  peace and Sleep on Frẹẹdy.