Let the memory of Isaac be with us forever
  • 66 years old
  • Born on May 2, 1950 .
  • Passed away on May 2, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Isaac Okediran, 66, born in 1950 and passed away on May 2, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Okediran Olukunbi on 3rd May 2018
It's that time of the year again....Daddy you're fondly remembered. Your granddaughters are doing very well. ...I know you will want to know that.We all are making you proud!!! We kept the flag flying. Daddy you know what we will miss you specially this October. Our solace is that you will be high up there smiling at us. Keep resting Baba Okediran
Posted by Adeolu Adeyemo on 11th May 2017
You are MISSED each and every day, for you were Someone Special who meant more than words can say. Some people walk in our lives for just a moment, but stay in our hearts for ever, thank you.
Posted by Opeyemi Okediran on 3rd May 2017
As we look back over time. You left us a year ago We find ourselves wondering ….. Did we remember to thank you enough For all you have done for us? For all the times you were by our sides To help and support us ….. To celebrate our successes To understand our problems And accept our defeats? Or for teaching us by your example, The value of hard work, good judgment, Courage and integrity? We wonder if we ever thanked you For the sacrifices you made. To let us have the very best? And for the simple things Like laughter, smiles and times we shared? If we have forgotten to show our Gratitude enough for all the things you did before you left us, We’re thanking you now and always. And we are hoping you knew all along, How much you meant to us. You will be forever missed Dad. In God's care you rest above In our hearts You Rest With Love Your Memory Lives On' Rest On Dad'
Posted by Joshua ADETUNJI on 31st July 2016
A DADDY,A BROTHER ,A FRIEND AND ALL…..OKEDIRAN Death is an inevitable end to us all, Today we mourn the death of a true Daddy ,a brother and a friend to all, whom we miss with great pain and grief. Its really untimely to us all who knew your life aspirations , struggles and love you have for us all.You showed me how to be a good Mother ,daughter and friend despite Challenges that come with growing up as youth. Its hard to believe that you are gone so soon ,we are going to miss your advices ,prayers and supports . If tears could bring you back, we would have cried all day until you return, but we have consolation that you are resting in the Lord typified by the life you lived. Rest in the Lord till we part no more. Mrs Bola Foluke Adetunji
Posted by Arifayan Omolola on 19th June 2016
We miss you for the laughter we shared; we miss you for friendships forged; we miss you in the defiant moments when you stood your ground - resolute in your faith and purpose...and we miss you, each of us in our own personal ways, for all the special intangible ways that your touched our hearts in school- ways that cannot be defined by words.May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Idolor Kendalyn on 19th June 2016
My beloved lecturer, your death came as a shock to everyone, you were more than a lecturer to us, you were a perfect example of a father, kind hearted, always happy even when tired/stressed, very hard working,I know ure in heaven sir because my mind tells me so, we love u so much, continue to RIP and happy Father's Day.
Posted by Halimah Yusuf on 19th June 2016
our beloved Mr okediran we love you but God loves you more. we'll forever miss you, you were a father, a teacher, a lenged and above all mentor to so many people. May your gentle soul rest in blossom of thy Lord. Amen.
Posted by Oluwafemi Osukoya on 23rd May 2016
May the Good Lord uphold the family. Rest in peace Sir.Truly,God knows best.
Posted by Opeyemi Okediran on 19th May 2016
Baba Oke, my father, my dad, my hero, my mentor, my friend, Isaac Olanrewaju Okediran.. words can not actually describe what you were to me.. you impacted my life beyond measures. You were so full of life the last time i saw you ( 5 weeks before your demise) wont forget your last words with me 4 days before you left this sinful world..' the good wishes.. the prayers and for appreciating me for always asking about your health... which i dint do well it... if i had tried more. Maybe you'ld still be here with us. God knows best though. Well, i take solace with the way you spent your years, the way you trained we your children.. your selflessness. Daddy, you will be forever missed by me, friends and the entire family. Continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord.. Your Olanrewaju Okediran
Posted by Okediran Olukunbi on 18th May 2016
Daddy was a man of the people. he was the unifying point in the family. he is always eager to see everyone comfortable and succeed. He will be missed by all of us. who will call my daughters " That's my fiiinnneee girl" ? They always look forward to hearing that from him all the time. We love you Daddy, we know you have gone ahead as our angel to look out for us. Adieu Baba Oninu re.
Posted by Oluwatomi Adeoti on 16th May 2016
Rest in peace sir. May those you left behind find comfort in the hope of seeing you again when the Lord returns.
Posted by Fadeyi Joshua Adedayo on 15th May 2016
Adieu PA Isaac Okediran may ur gentle soul continue to rest in the Lord. You will be missed greatly. Good night
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 9th May 2016
Toyin Agboola Oyedemi, 1996 set wrote: Though...... did not know him. May his soul rest in the bosom of his creator. May the good Lord console his family and sonos in general. A Ku ara fera ku.
Posted by Samuel Olu Areo on 8th May 2016
of 9th intake. 2016 Iku p"Abiri, Abiri ku, Iku pa Abìrì, Abiri r'orun, Iku ohun lo se bee, T'o pa Isaac omo Oke.. Tani' o mo? Pe 'gi to to kan ki i pe n'igbo. Omo Okediran se bee o gbo'na orun lo.. O di b'eni n jo'ni, Isaac di b'eeyan n jo'yan. Omo Okediran lo kuro n'ile yi, O ti lo b'Olodumare Oba Lalakeji, Bo de'le 'o k'ile, b'oo ba d'ona o beere,, Sun ' re laya Olugballa, ipade tun d'ojo ajinde, K'oluwa 'o je k'odun 'o pe s'ira won Odumare ko ni se e ni akufa (Singing) A o pade, lese Jesu Nibiti a ko ni y'ara wa, A o ri ra wa, a o yo mo'ra wa, Jesu ni yo se alaga...... May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Sam Areo for SONO alumni.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 8th May 2016
Ronke Adeniran, set '95 wrote: Losing someone we love is nothing easy but knowing that we have been able to be.a part of the life of that person,we can realize that we are blessed to have been able to share in his life before he went to rest in eternal salvation. Mr Isaac Okediran will be terribly missed. All of us loved him and he will be cherished in our memories forever. Only faith in God will fill the void left by the loss of our dear Father, Husband and great Tutor. Continue to rest in the bottom of the Lord!!!!! Ronke Adeniran, 95 set
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 8th May 2016
Victoria Alamu Popoola, 5th intake wrote: Late Mr Okediran, Mr Olumunkanje as fondly called was a rare gem who did imparted into my life academically.We will miss him a lot but what can will do.DEATH is a debt everyone has to pay..Oga Okediran rest in d blossom of our LORD JESUS.I pray we all shall reign n rule with JESUS at d last day n not b cast out IJNA
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 8th May 2016
Modupe Bunmi Soji- Adeyemo, 1995 set wrote: May the Lord comfort the family and uphold them May we all not be found wanting when the trumpets sound in Jesus name.
Posted by Modupe Oluwatoyin Oke on 7th May 2016
It's a pity that we lost one of the most dynamic Tutors of SONO. Mr Okediran was a great tutor. His rise to the top of the ladder was encouraging. . We love you but God loves you more. Rest on till we meet to part no more. God comfort your family and all of us IJN. AMEN
Posted by Adeola Adeleke-Adenuga on 7th May 2016
Your exit is a great loss to the Nursing Profession. You impacted many lives especially in your chosen field. Testomonies abound about the fact that you played your part well in building a community of professionals. There"s no gain-say that you were an example of success. May your soul RIP our icon.
Posted by Tayo Okunade-Odole on 7th May 2016
Sleep on our beloved tutor Mr Okediran , you will forever be in our memory. You were such a loving man that every student relates to like an older brother, uncle or dad. We love you and will miss you dearly, but who are we to question God. Continue to rest in the blossom of your maker till we meet to part no more. My condolence to the wife, children and family. The Lord will console you and we his product at SONO. .. Adieu .....
Posted by John Ogundiran on 7th May 2016
It is true that life is brief and short. It is hard to believe that our Anatomy and Physiology "Guru" is gone. Oga Okediran, we thank you for being a blessing to us during our School of Nursing days. You did your very best to us as your students and that endeared you to many of us. You rendered full services to God and humanity. Sleep on Oga. We know you are resting in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ.Adiue.. John/ Esther
Posted by Alamu Odunitan on 7th May 2016
AJANAKU SUN BII OKE ,ERIN SUBU KOLE DIDE, ISAAC OMO OKEDIRAN ODIGBERE. NEVER PRIVILEGED TO MEET YOU IN PERSON BUT MET YOUR IMPACT IN THE LIVES OF MY ESTEEMED OGAS THAT YOU TUTORED AND MENTORED. IGI TOTO KII PE NIGBO, ODARINAKO, O DI OJU ALA. MAY ALMIGHTY GOD CONSOLE THE FAMILY AND FRIEND YOU LEFT BEHIND . SIMI LAYA OLUWA RE . ADIEU !!! ALAMU 10TH INTAKE
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
RIP mr Okediran, a good teacher. Can remember him he taught us anatomy & physiology. May God comfort his family ijn From Omowumi Ogunmola Oriade, 3rd intake
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Bisi Adika wrote: I remember during our PTS period that Mrs Norman use to teach us English. She was still teaching when Mr Okediran came for his own Anatomy period and challenged the class rep why he should allow mrs Norman to cheat Mr Abnormal his own time. It was a funfilled class despite the toughness of the subject and the topic that day. A teacher per excellum . An encourager and a mentor . The bible said that their good work will always follow them. It will also speak for them. Adeu the great teacher. We all love you but your maker loves you the best. R. I. P. Bisi Adika of 8th intake.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
"Laugh with those laughing n mourn with those mourning"... I have fought a good fight, I hv finished the race were the words of Apostle Paul..... Indeed Mr Okediran has finished his race in a good way according to the testimonies of people especially on this page. I pray the lord comfort and console everyone and his immediate family . This is a good time for us all to reflect on our life , in the sand of time,in the book of record ur name would be called ,alas by what name would people answer for u. A good name is better than silver or gold were the words of king Solomon ........reflect on this...eku ara fe ra Ku ooo From Ayanlowo Morolake, 2007 set
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Adeola Adeleke Adenuga , 5th intake wrote: Brethren, we do not want you to ignorant about those who fall asleep or to grieve like the rest of men who have no hope. 1 Thes.4:13. You are all children of light. We do not belong to the night or darkness.......... Since we belong to the day, let us be self controlled, putting on faith & love as breastplate and the hope of salvation as a helmet. For God did not appoint us to suffer wrath but to receive salvation through our Lord Jesus. He died for us so that whether we are awake or asleep we may live together with Him. There encourage one another & build each other up just as in fact you are doing. 1Thess. 5:6-11.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Sola Omidiji, 11th intake wrote: RIP Mr. Okediran
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
F. Ogunbusuyi Arewa, 5th intake wrote: Mo ki gbogbo ile. A ku ara fera ku eni ire to lo. Mr I.O.Okediran was a born teacher. His impact while we were in school made Anatomy to be my best subject. The foundation laid is really helping me now as a student in OAU. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Margaret Okezie Ijedimma, 1st intake wrote: Mr Okediran came in as a copper during our set to take us circle of wiles and when we could not understand it we reported to d principal. Trust d principal he demanded 4 our notes read through, d next thing was a test, my ppl from that day we started forming notes by ourselves and submite 4 marking.we learnt our leasons and he also had to get himself prepared. May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Deborah Adeyemo Alonge,3rd intake wrote: There is time for everything under heaven .what a sad patting with a LEGEND of his time. Mr Okediran has laid his sword at Christ's feet his Christ has come God will console the family he left behind .Huuuuuuuiimmmm Awa ti o kunaa ku imura o kosi a waye malo .MARANATHA
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Simeon Adejumo, 1st intake wrote: Mr. Okediran passed away just like that? What a sad news. He was highly intelligent and a great Teacher. I could remember, when he took over Anatomy and physiology from our Principal- The late Pa Ajadi (a born Teacher) we menbers of 1st Intake, initially were not happy because Pa. Ajadi has spoiled us. We thaught how could a mere Copper be compared to a born Teacher like Pa. Aadi. That led us to reporting him as said by Mag. Trust Pa Ajadi, he did not tolerate nonsense. He taught us our lessons. We started test every friday immediately after 1st break ( we usually had a crate of Coke and packet of Cabin Biscuits awaiting us in front of the clas, b4 the test). Soon my Okediran proved himself to be highly intelligent and friendly. We were lucky to have excellent Teachers then but Mr. Okediran had additional excellent quality- excellent Students-Teacher relationship. He was a friend to all; no discrimination. Open minded, jovial. Friendly and olumunkanje. He taught us Peadiatric Nursing too. Because of him, I developed interest in Pead. I would have be a Paed Nurse, unfortunately no facility for such training in Nigeria then. I spoke with Oga as I used to call him, last in November, 2015. He was happy to hear my voice again. He said 'baba psychiatric, I can still recognised your voice'. Very humble man. I promised to see him during my holiday in December but couldn't make it due to bad weather. Dust everywhere and I was down wt RTI for greater part of my leave. The next thing I had was his death. May Almighty God be wt and protects the family members and friends he left behind. Its too sad. Oga mi, Okediran sun un re o..
Posted by John Craig on 7th May 2016
THIS IS SAD, PAINFUL , DEVASTATING AND DEMORALIZING. WE TAKE SOLACE IN THE FACT THAT WE SHALL MEET TO PART NO MORE. BYE OKD GOOD NIGHT
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Ayo Ojo wrote: ROSES FOR OUR OUR DARLING LATE TEACHER If Roses grew in heaven, Lord please pick a bunch place them in our teacher's arms,and tell him they are from us. Tell him that we love and miss him, and when he turns to smile, place a kiss upon his cheek. A teacher like you is rare; you are one in a million. We know that you are resting with the Lord, Good night and sweet dreams. Ayo Ojo Oguntunde 1st intake
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Rachel Fajinmi wrote: We dont kno you but ur good work reveal who you were. may God comfort the SONO family and grant his family fortitude to bear ds great loss. live on mr OKEDIRAN till we meet to part no more at d feet of our Lord Jesus. odun a jina sira o. Nurse Fajinmi, 10th intake
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Oludayo Akpan, 7th intake wrote: May d soul of mr Okediran our anatomy teacher rest in peace. God be wt entire family ijn.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Funmi Oye wrote: I just got time to read my messages. It's so sad to hear such news. May the Lord God be with the family he left behind. Amen. Funmi Oye 8th intake
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Stephen Ojo, 4th intake wrote: Mr Isaac O. OKEDIRAN. Gone too soon . God's will is FINAL. An erudite lecturer with uncommon teaching skill. Humane & Humble. Loving and @ home for us all. U can't be forgotten, our Oga. Continue to rest in peace. I love you and your ways, we all love you but God loves you most
Posted by Bosede Iyabo Odedele on 7th May 2016
Bye bye is not forever, nor is it the end, the empty space left behind, reminds us how brief we have to stay in this world. We know you are not gone for ever, you just moved on. May your soul continue to rest in peace & may The Lord continue to be with the family you bose Odedeleoluwarantimi 9th intake.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Adeoye Olawale, 10th intake wrote: Good morning all, No one can prepare anyone for a loss; it comes like a swift wind. Nevertheless, we take comfort in knowing that he is resting in the arms of our Lord. My sincere condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Okediran. May the Lord gives you all the fortitude to bear the pain. Adeoye (10th intake).
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Bose Odedele, 9th intake wrote: LIFE ASKED DEATH, WHY DID PEOPLE HATE YOU SO MUCH, DEATH REPLIED BECAUSE YOU'RE A BEAUTIFUL LIE, AND I'M A PAINFUL TRUTH. TO REJOICE IN ANOTHER'S PROSPERITY IS TO GIVE CONTENT TO YOUR OWN LOT; TO MITIGATE ANOTHER'S GRIEF, IS TO DISPEL YOUR OWN. MY HEART GOES TO MR OKEDIRAN'S FAMILY, MAY THE LORD GIVE THEM THE FORTITUDE TO BEAR THE GREAT LOSS. TO THE WHOLE HOUSE A KU ARAFERAKU, A KO NI FI OJOOLOJO LO- B ODEDELEOLUWARANTIMI.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Florence Afon, 5th intake wrote: Good morning eyin ebi. Aku aseyinde o. Ao ni ku ni kekere o. Oluwa afi emi gigun dewa lade. Mr Okediran continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord till we meet & part no more. Igi to ba to ki pe nigbo o. May the Lord grant you eternal rest. Good night
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Oke Olutunde, 8th intake wrote: A ku oro eniyan o, odun yoo jinna si ra won o. A ko ni fi ojo olojo lo o. Oga Okediran left when he supposed to be enjoying his good work!! Iku doro, iku sika, iku ko je ki oga dagbere fun awon ololufee won. Oga, odigba o. O dowuro, o di arinna ko, o di bi eni ba tun maa n jo ni. Till we meet and part no more.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Adetayo Okunade Odole wrote: Sad to hear the demise of one of our great lecturer Mr Okediran, he was a jovial man loved by every student and very brilliant. May his soul rest in peace and grant the family he left behind the grace to bear the loss. And to us all aku ara fera ku... Tayo Okuade-odole 5th intake.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Dr Francis Wole Oyewumi, 10th intake wrote: Even though i personally did not have the opportunity of a personal encounter with late Oga Okediran, the glowing tributes paid him are attestation of his sterling quality both as a Nurse and a teacher of men. I MOURN YOUR PASSAGE SIR. Continue to rest in peace. Adieu!!!
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Nike Takpatore, 4th intake wrote: Oh my goodness! Sad to know that Mr Isaac Okediran is no more! I pray that the Lord will comfort his immediate family and all of us
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Pipelayo Akinyemi, 4th intake wrote: What a shocking news, Mr. Okediran was a mentor and family friend. May His gentle soul rest in peace. Enjoy your life while alive.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Esther Ogundiran, 4th intake wrote: It is difficult to believe that our "Anatomy" teacher is gone. Oga Okediran, you have fought a good fight. Indeed, you rendered full service to humanity. Sleep well. Till we meet at Jesus feet.
Posted by Bola Bolaji on 7th May 2016
Like a shooting star flying across the room, so fast , so far. You were gone too soon. When I close my eyes I think of you and when I open my eyes I Miss you. Sleep on until He comes to take you to a better place when there will no more death.
Posted by Toyin Okunfolami on 7th May 2016
Olaniyi Abraham, 2nd intake wrote: very sad news, may almighty God be d comforter of his family...
Posted by Ayandokun Adetoun on 7th May 2016
Although I don't know you but what my colleagues say about you is wonderful.You are a mentor,a good teacher and a father.May your soul rest in peace

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