ForeverMissed
It's Two months to this day, that we lost a great husband, father and grandfather.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, PA James Oladoyin, born on September 12, 1940, and who The Lord called On the 4th of February  2021, to come and join  him in heaven. James who has lived well, laughed often and loved much, who has gained the respect of many people and the love of his children and grandchildren, who has filled his niche and accomplished his task. who leaves the world better than he found it, who has never lacked appreciation. We want to carry on in  our dad’s footsteps and make sure that his legacy lives on forever.  Daddy always looked for the best in others and gave the best he could.

Daddy lived a full life. From the testimonies, tributes, prayers and support we the family have had already, it is clear he touched many hearts .

God bless you all and thank you.  From The OLADOYIN Family. 
Posted by Joseph Oluabey on April 16, 2021
Daddy was such a wonderful, generous and an exemplary man. I've learnt a lot from you.
Thank you for everything you did for me and my family.

May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Olubunmi Boboe on April 12, 2021
Pa Oladoyin was a good & wonderful person,he'll be very missed.May he find comfort in the hands of an angel.Rest in Peace.
Posted by Erastus Ayodele on April 12, 2021
We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mr Oladoyin. We celebrate his life and success and pass our condolences to his dear family and loved ones.

Love
The Ayodele’s
Posted by kehinde Oladipupo on April 11, 2021
I arrived in the UK just when my father was returning back to Nigeria and his one request to Daddy Oladoyin was to look after me and my mum. Daddy Oladoyin never wavered on this. He became a second daddy to me, always on hand when I needed him, advising and guiding me.
Daddy Oladiyon was also a great support to my mum and as a family we appreciated and appreciate all he did and all he stood for, an amazing family man and a pillar to so many.

Daddy Oladoyin thank you from the bottom of my heart for the great impact you had on my life. I always remember when I visited Malpas, you were on your computer and you will say *Kenny bawo ni*. I will miss you daddy. We love you but Christ loves you more and I know you are resting with Him now.

2 Timothy 4:7-8 comes to mind 'Daddy you have fought a good fight, you have finished the race well and your crown sits securely on your head', Amen.

Sleep well daddy.

From Kehinde Okundalaiye nee Oladipupo
Posted by Yemi Adelaja on April 11, 2021
Daddy was an exemplary man of faith & leadership but most importantly what I loved about daddy is how he loved his wife. Daddy & mummy were 5&6 that kind of love & devotion was rare & beautiful to the eyes.

You have left a great legacy (your children). Honoured to have known you. Rest well daddy in the arms of our saviour
Posted by Wale Agunbiade on April 10, 2021
On behalf of the Agunbiade family we pass our condolences to the Oladoyin family on the passing of Daddy Oladoyin.

May his soul restn in peace and may God continue to give guidance and strength to his family and loved ones.
Posted by Nnamdi Udoye on April 7, 2021
Keep resting with the Lord; Dad. You were a man who loved God and served God till the last. A kind hearted man that always had words of encouragement for me. It's really sad to know you are gone but myself and my family will always remember you.. Good night Dad..
Posted by Kehinde Sonola on April 6, 2021
We gave thanks for the light and memory of Daddy Olayodin.
It is difficult to sum up the greatness of Uncle. I thank him for his brilliant smile, wisdom, kind-heartedness and being like a second father to so many of us.
His light will always be with us and to honour him, we should be kind to each other and continue to  support Mummy Olayodin, their wonderful children, Tunde, Bisi, Shola and Femi, and their amazing grandchildren.
Love and Serenity Sir⭐.
Posted by Oyesakin Bolaji on April 6, 2021
Continue to rest in peace grandpa ur good did remain indelible, and your memories remain evergreen.Thank you for everything God have use u to do in our family.
Posted by Rachael Adegoke on April 5, 2021
Daddy, I still find it difficult to believe that we can see you anymore, you left us here in the UK as you normally go with mummy thinking you will be coming back to us but it's not again.
Each time I remember you tears roll in my eyes, you will always be remember for you fatherly advice, your good work and the good impact you had on all that knows you.
Sleep on beloved until Resurrection day, we love you daddy but your creator love you that us and that's why He has called you home.
Sun re! Sun re! Sun!
Posted by Adepeju Oluwatosin on April 5, 2021
Daddy’s death came as a shock to me but I’m happy he lived a fulfilled and impactful life. He was a loving and caring man who treated everyone equally, he was diligent and vibrant towards the work of God. Daddy made me remember Tabitha’s story in the Bible, yes! he indeed behaved like her, the evidence for a well-lived life is there for all to see. I’m happy you are in a better place with God, sleep on till we meet to part. Goodnight daddy, i miss you.
Posted by Tola Onafuwa on April 4, 2021
It was a shock to have learned of Daddy Oladoyin's passing. I know he is in a better place now where we cry and die no more. He and my Daddy were childhood friends. Daddy Oladoyin was a good friend; he had warm attitude, soft-spoken and a good sense of humour. I remember his banter with Daddy like they were still in secondary school. It was always lovely and nice to have Daddy Oladoyin around. His memory will linger on for all times. Adieu Daddy Oladoyin till we meet again in Heaven. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Fakolade Deborah on April 4, 2021
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.
We give God praise and We celebrate Daddy’s well spent life and well deserved rest in the Lord.
To God be all the Glory. Peace!
Blessed is the memory of the righteous and Forever you will be in our thoughts.
“Daddy You are Gone but you will never be forgotten. “
Congratulations as the angels welcome you back home Sir!
Posted by Yetunde Balogun on April 4, 2021
I remember daddy as loving, caring and very honest. He was such a gentle man. I can never forget how daddy made us laugh and tease us as kids. He was such fun to be around. Never once in the years that I’ve known daddy, did I ever hear daddy raise his voice. He was always so calm and collected. He was the voice of reason. A calming influence.

There’s so much that I admire about how daddy lived and planned his life. Something that I hope the rest of us can learn from.

Daddy will forever be missed and will remain in our hearts forever.

Adieu daddy..
Continue to rest in peace till we meet again.
Posted by J B on April 4, 2021
Mr Oladoyin and his family welcomed me into their home at a very difficult time in my life but showed me showed me love and care even though I was essentially a stranger and for that I was always be thankful. We always had a good laugh whenever he was at home in Hackney, usually having a chat about the football. He was always rightly very proud of his children and grandchildren who carry on his legacy. Thank you for everything, you will be greatly missed.

John Bonfield
Posted by Sola Boboe on April 4, 2021
I'm really sadden by Daddy's passing and the 4th Feb 2021 was my saddest day ever.
Everyone has been reminding me that daddy lived a good life and he was happy, but if I can have him back on earth to continue living the good life he had I will continue praying, wishing and hoping but I know it's not possible so for the good life he lived and for his happiness and much more, I am very grateful and for this reason I try not to cry and be happy knowing his up in heaven watching over us.
My dad was and still an amazing man and for that I am proud and happy.
Posted by Tania Oladoyin on April 4, 2021
Daddy, 
We will always remember the times when you welcomed us into the family
Daddy we always had good times and you were a beacon off support , positivity and Love .
You were a wonderful father in law and Grandfather,  Josephine and Elijah will always miss you. We Respected and looked up to you for your passion for life,  family unity and the faith in God
We love you and you are sadly missed .
May you Rest in peace ,
Posted by Joshua Oladoyin on April 4, 2021
Daddy  inspired me  to get into  accountant's like he was, I went to university got my BA honours in Account's and Business Law. Daddy was always quick witted, funny and strong minded.  He loved his family and was family oriented.  Just like any other family we had our ups and downs he showed us that, no matter what your issues or problems we are in, you should always be there for your family.

The way my mum and dad banter with each other was a sign  of true love, I try to replicate it with my own wife and children. Daddy was always good with his grandchildren, playing with them and pushed them to do well in life.

He taught me how to love and care for others.  He would say its not how you start that's important but where you end up, as long as you put Jesus first . He showed us how to pray and believe. He was a God fearing man.

Daddy I will miss you so much and I promise to continue your legacy.

My your soul rest in peace and rise in glory

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Posted by Joseph Oluabey on April 16, 2021
Daddy was such a wonderful, generous and an exemplary man. I've learnt a lot from you.
Thank you for everything you did for me and my family.

May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Olubunmi Boboe on April 12, 2021
Pa Oladoyin was a good & wonderful person,he'll be very missed.May he find comfort in the hands of an angel.Rest in Peace.
Posted by Erastus Ayodele on April 12, 2021
We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mr Oladoyin. We celebrate his life and success and pass our condolences to his dear family and loved ones.

Love
The Ayodele’s
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Shared by Eddie Olaleye on April 13, 2021
We are so sorry for the loss of uncle. We pray that your pain will lessen, with each passing day.  May he rest in perfect peace. Take comfort in the fact that he has ascended into heaven and is smiling down on the beautiful family thst he left behind. 

God bless you all. 


Shared by Oyesakin Bolaji on April 4, 2021
A man, who lived a worthy Christian Life.... peaceful eternal rest, O LORD to your very true servant. I will missed you dad.