ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Iyadunni Oyewole (nee Ajayi) 33 years old , born on January 27, 1986 and passed away on April 19, 2019. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Taiwo Afeni on January 28, 2020
I remember you this day, which would have been your 34th birthday, with deepest sense of grief. Your life span, though short, was quite eventful, giving credence to the axiom that it is not how far but how well. Since there is really no amount of tears that we shed which can bring you back to life, i will only wish your gentle soul continued perfect rest. Adieu.
Posted by Taiwo Afeni on May 8, 2019
Although I did not know late Sister Iyadunni in person, testimonies from friends, acquaintances and brethren about her are quite touching. I can only pray the the good Lord will grant to her soul perfect peace. Adieu dear sister!
Posted by Afolayan Olufunke Sanni on May 6, 2019
The last of you I heard was you wishing me a safe delivery sis and you also promised to check up on me anytime you had the chance to, I still can't believe you are gone, we love you but God loves you most. Keep resting dear Cousin
Posted by Abimbola Makinde on April 22, 2019
My heart aches, my fingers tremble as I type this tribute. I can't believe you are no more with us Sis. The news of your departure has left us all devastated. I remember how you used your beautiful voice for God, your genuine smile with that unique tooth gap, your passion for the things of God and your sincere love for family. Oh, this pain is too much for us to bear.
We comfort ourselves in the fact that you are with the Lord. Sleep on dearest sister.
Posted by Toyin Oluwalola on April 21, 2019
Iyadunni! I can't believe I'm writing "Rest in Peace" to you! You were so full of life, always smiling. All I can picture now is that bright smile and your popping lip gloss. Lol. You were the best "hype girl" for anyone, always encouraging people around you and willing to lend a hand. This seems like it happens to other people, not us, but we trust in The One who knows it all. Soar on with the heavenly hosts until we meet again. We rest in the assurance that death is not your end! We will always miss you! Matthew 10:28
Posted by Ibitayo Ladokun on April 20, 2019
I thought I was dreaming yesterday when I heard. I hoped to wake up but now I see this is real, you are gone and we will never see you in this life again. I told you in December we would come spend some time with you at your new place, I couldn't make it. Now I ask myself I could have done everything to be with you.
Too many thoughts and emotions running so deep, we miss you Dunni, we will always do. We are inconsolable at the moment but I know we will see at the feet of our savior.
Sleep on Iyadunni mi owon

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Posted by Taiwo Afeni on January 28, 2020
I remember you this day, which would have been your 34th birthday, with deepest sense of grief. Your life span, though short, was quite eventful, giving credence to the axiom that it is not how far but how well. Since there is really no amount of tears that we shed which can bring you back to life, i will only wish your gentle soul continued perfect rest. Adieu.
Posted by Taiwo Afeni on May 8, 2019
Although I did not know late Sister Iyadunni in person, testimonies from friends, acquaintances and brethren about her are quite touching. I can only pray the the good Lord will grant to her soul perfect peace. Adieu dear sister!
Posted by Afolayan Olufunke Sanni on May 6, 2019
The last of you I heard was you wishing me a safe delivery sis and you also promised to check up on me anytime you had the chance to, I still can't believe you are gone, we love you but God loves you most. Keep resting dear Cousin
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The day I taught you how to ride bicycle

Shared by Ibitayo Ladokun on April 20, 2019

You came on holiday to our place at Oba-Ile, I said "ok Dunni let's go so I could teach you how to ride my bicycle. We went and began, you tried to some point and then you hit your bumbum somehow and started screaming "idi mi, idi mi". I had to help you check if everything was okay down there. That was the end of our bicycle lessons. You were a pleasant and beautiful soul, so sweet to almost a fauly yet very firm.

Every 23rd January you wouldn't miss calling me on my birthday, and every 27th January I always returned the gesture.

I miss you already Dunni, my only consolation is that you are with the Lord and I just have to believe we will all be fine. The pain runs so deep, the whole family is in a state of despair. Only God can comfort Your parents, Deji, Bukky, Tunrayo, Your precious husband and your two beautiful seeds. 

Sleep on beloved Iyadunni