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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joseph Fajemisin, 83, born on September 20, 1925 and passed away on April 30, 2008. We will remember him forever.

April 30
April 30
Daddy, you signed out 16 years ago. My conversation with you on that Wednesday morning, April 30, 2008, keeps reverberating . I am thankful for the golden opportunity to speak with you for the last time . Memories are forever. You are deeply missed. Father like no other. Sun re o Baba dada.
June 18, 2023
June 18, 2023
18/06/2023 - Father’s Day.

My Daddy. My Hero. Never to be forgotten. You are the best.
September 21, 2022
September 21, 2022
May God shines his perpetual lights on you and continue to rest your soul.
Sleep on the beloved of God
September 20, 2022
September 20, 2022
Happy post humours birthday dad abiyamo tooto ! Continue to rest in d bossom of d Lord u will continue to live in my heart forever rest on dad
September 20, 2022
September 20, 2022
Daddy, remembering you always. Not just on your birthday. Your memories lingers still.
June 19, 2022
June 19, 2022
Father’s Day. You are a worthy Father. Not just for today, indeed at all times.
April 30, 2022
April 30, 2022
Daddy, you have been gone 14 years. To live in the heart of those who love you is not to die. Your memories continue to be a blessing. I remember you not just today but always. Grateful to God for the opportunity to have you as my Daddy. I am also grateful that I had one last conversation with you on that Wednesday morning. I have had to replay that in my head time and time again. I remember with fond memories your relentless act of love and sacrifice. Those cherished memories - too numerous is all that is left.
Baba oninure, ma sun lo laya Olodumare.
September 21, 2021
September 21, 2021
U were such a dutiful father who will go to d extreme to make his family comfortable u were d most refined in ur generation
September 21, 2021
September 21, 2021
My loving father happy post humours birthday wherever u are u came u saw and conquered u are forever missed
September 20, 2021
September 20, 2021
Daddy, you are forever in our hearts. Your memories remain alive recognising and remembering you on your birthday- today. We continue to dip into your words of wisdom that has given us succour.
We miss you dearly.
July 28, 2021
July 28, 2021
My dad ur memories will live forever in my heart abiyamo tooto ! U were always there for me in rain and in shine u loved me as a father should love his child and u gave ur all to me i cannot recount all u were to me but definitely if i have another aopportunity to choose a father it will be u again a dutiful father with high sense of responsibility u instil punctuality in me at a very young age u gave me luxuries dat my age mates never had dat bond of ur first fruit was there till death i will miss u for ever u are no more but ur good deeds lives after u continue to rest in d bossom of ur maker
June 20, 2021
June 20, 2021
Ode To My Father- On Father’s Day.
To my dear Father, Joseph Adeyinka Fajemisin. It’s now 13 years since you left. How can I forget you?You are the world’s best among Fathers.
I remember standing at entrance of my class- Ebenezer Primary School Nalende, on your way to work every morning - P&T Oniyanrin, you gave me a shiny one penny when I said ‘’o da bo’’. It was a ritual every day of the week.
I remember my secondary school days. My school fees was paid on time. And each time you showed me the postal order. You showed diligence and I was never for once sent out of school.
I remember so much more about you- selfless, kind , relentless , trust worthy and considerate.
I remember your favourite bible verse- John 16 vs 33.
I remember talking with you on the morning of April 30, 2008, we talked as always.Not knowing it was going to be the last conversation with you. I cherish the memories.And when the call came later in the day that you left, I felt a deep sense of grief and as the years wore on, it was replaced with pride. I bless God for the opportunity of knowing and having you as a Father. You live on in my heart. You are so much more Daddy.
April 30, 2021
April 30, 2021
Daddy. Remembering you today and always. It’s been 13 years since you left. No day goes without a thought of you. Your memories remain a blessing.
September 22, 2020
September 22, 2020
This is from my wife, Diekolola Owolabi .
Daddy, twelve years seem like twelve days as your memory is still very fresh and lingers on. We will always miss you. You took me as your daughter and not an in-law. How can I forget your gifts of first grade palm oil, otherwise called 'ogeere epo' ,fruits, yam, woorowo etc. It's difficult not to keep and observe your stern warning that I should always stock yams in my home so as to facilitate quick preparation of pounded yam for you in case you visited. The warning was given the first day my husband and I visited you in Lagos after our wedding. You asked your beloved wife to prepare food for us. I stood up to join her but you strongly objected and in no time, pounded yam was ready. Before we started eating you emphasized that pounded yam was food and nothing else. The lesson was easily driven home. May God bless the soul of your beloved wife and our mother. May your souls rest in perfect peace.
September 21, 2020
September 21, 2020
You entered my memory early in my life as my mother's brother who she could go to for financial assistance and each time she came back, at least, on two occasions, it was a boost to her petty trade business. I also could not forget a gift of ten shillings, which you gave me at Egbeidi, Ilesha on your way back from the East in 1969,broken into three-pence unit which was meant to serve as my daily pocket money to school. The money conveyed love and care as the three pence were brand new and packed specially.
You were my model and I love you beyond measure. Meeting you usually gave me joy. You were your mother's first son which I am to your late sister. I can go on and on but for space.
I simply cannot forget you. You cannot die in my heart. God bless your soul eternally.
September 20, 2020
September 20, 2020
Daddy, though gone to be with your creator, we can never forget the legacy and sweet memories you left behind.
Your fatherly care and love for your immediate and extended family.
Your thoughts and considerations for everybody to be cared for in respective of who she/he is. Always ready to assist.
Your stand and fearless expression of honesty and truth.
Your belief that the family must always be together.
Continue to rest in the bosom of your creator, Joseph Adeyinka Fajemisin.
The right model of a good father and husband.
September 20, 2020
September 20, 2020
Dear Father,I quite appreciate your love, disciplinary measures, commitment and genuine love for your wife,no wonder you never remarried after her demise, your love for children and family.I sincerely pray that God shall preserve your offsprings and legacy . JOSEPH ADEYINKA FAJEMISIN posthumous birthday.
September 20, 2020
September 20, 2020
Daddy, remembering you on your birthday. Your memories remain a blessing.
April 30, 2020
April 30, 2020
12 years on Daddy! You are always in my thoughts. Your memories remain a blessing.
April 29, 2018
April 29, 2018
Daddy, it has been 10 long years! Sweet is the memory of the righteous. You are forever missed but not forgotten.
Continue to rest in peace.
September 20, 2017
September 20, 2017
Memories are forever. You are not forgotten on your birthday 20th September Daddy!
August 14, 2017
August 14, 2017
To live in the hearts of those who love you is not to die!

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Daddy, you signed out 16 years ago. My conversation with you on that Wednesday morning, April 30, 2008, keeps reverberating . I am thankful for the golden opportunity to speak with you for the last time . Memories are forever. You are deeply missed. Father like no other. Sun re o Baba dada.
June 18, 2023
June 18, 2023
18/06/2023 - Father’s Day.

My Daddy. My Hero. Never to be forgotten. You are the best.
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