ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Deaconess Julianah Olaoye (Nee Olanipekun), 72 years old, born on April 4, 1949, and passed away on April 7, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Eboda Akintayo on May 3, 2021
Adieu Mama as you depart this world of turbulent and sin for a peaceful mien with the Lord good night and Rest in perfect peace in a place where there is no darkness.We love you but God love you more
    By Eboda Akintayo O
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on May 1, 2021
Mama, you lived a good life and loved all your children and everyone you came in contact with. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace!

(Akingbade Latilo - Igbajo)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on May 1, 2021
Life is a page that each and everyone of us need to open step by step. Well Mummy has opened to the last page. We believe that the legacy she had laid behind has spoken much about her. Actually, we love you but God loves you most. The family of Olubaji say Goodnight Mummy!

(Olubaji's Family- Osogbo)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 30, 2021
Grandma, you were a loving mother and grandmother, someone I respected, my mentor, my adviser, the person I love. It is so unfortunate that I had to lose you. You shall rest in peace and in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ, Amen.

(Your grand-daughter - Damilola Oyeniyi)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 30, 2021
You are a wonderful mother! Beautiful in and out, Words cannot describe you. You have left your footprints. They cannot be erased. You brought joy & laughter to every life you touched. Missing you is an understatement. I will forever cherish the memories we had together. You are a rare gem and I love you deeply!

Sleep on Mum!!‘

(Olaoluwa Olaoye - Son)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 30, 2021
There are no words that would be enough to describe my mom. She was a quintessential woman and one in a million. She summed up the Proverbs 31 woman. In her I saw a diligent, virtuous, beauful and godly woman. I grew up with the consciousness that once I tell my mom what the issue was, she'd get it fixed. Nothing fazes her. She taught me how to be able to stand on my own with my 2 feet. Mom, I would forever cherish the lovely memories we shared together. The consolation we all have is the truth that Chrisans don't die, they only sleep. So I know you're sleeping now. Rest on mom and we'll see in the morning!

(Olumide Olaoye - Son)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 30, 2021
We will miss you Grandma!

(Olubusola Olukoju - Nee Olaoye, Osogbo)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 30, 2021
Mama, you’re a lover of God, always aspiring to be in the presence of God, prayerful and lover of children. You will forever be remembered in Pilgrim 15 Fellowship. We love you but Jesus loves you more. Connue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ.

(Pilgrim Fellowship - 15) Osogbo
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 28, 2021
Grandma was a soft spoken and a peaceful soul. She would always make clarifications so as not to be misunderstood. She had eyes for details and was the first to always remember everyone's birthday/anniversary. She was a warrior and fighter as she doesn't give in easily. She pushed with all her strength until God called her home to rest.
I still haven't come to terms that you have changed form...Good night Grandma, we shall see in the morning!
(Folake Olaoye - Daughter-in-law)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 24, 2021
Good night mama until that morning

Oyeniyi Olusola (Inisa)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 24, 2021
I was shocked when I received the news of Mummy's demise. I can't forget her passion and dedication to the things of God then at Winner's Chapel, Ikirun and our Shiloh experience.
It is well. I am short of words but there's assurance that she went to rest. The Lord will strengthen the family at this critical moment
May her soul rest in perfect peace!

(Bidemi Adeyemo)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 24, 2021
We received the news of your passing on to glory with a rude shock; even though you lived a fulfilled life. Our last discussion a day to your demise, never revealed to me that you were on the way to glory. Anyway your good work will stand by you. What is this life self? Full of ephemeral. Infact, it is a vapor that appeareth for a little time and then vanisheth away. We love you but God loves you best by taking you out of pains & aches of this world. Good night while you sleep peacefully in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ till we all meet at the resurrection day. "Baby Chapiro", Sleep well!  
(Mr & Mrs OJO. E.F. "Ojo- Pagbe "- Osogbo)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 24, 2021
It was a shock to me when I saw the post of our loving grandma as obituary. May her loving and caring soul rest in peace..
It was mama who introduced me to Shiloh, and since then I have been referring to her as "Mummy Shiloh". May God grant her eternal rest and console the family!

(Evangelist Folake Adigun, Iragbiji)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 24, 2021
Tribute by Sir J K Olanipekun.
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 24, 2021
To live in the hearts of those left behind is not to die! On behalf of the Olanipekun Dynasty in Inisaland,we celebrate our aunty,mother and grandmother,Mrs Julianah Titilayo Olaoye(Nee Olanipekun)!!!
May God Almighty rest your soul in peace till we meet on the ressurection day!
Adiue,omo Sese lehin Sa go,omo ba o sunwon,taani o n bi ni,omo obuwa le tente lode baba re,ogi jan mon eeri,ashe ni won fi n yanju re.
Greet Pa Emmanuel Alabi Olanipekun,Mama Theresa Oyedoyin Olanipekun,Francis Olanipekun, Matthew Olanipekun, Gabriel Olanipekun,George Olanipekun! Bye for now!!!
Posted by Adebanjo Olalekan on April 23, 2021
We love you Mama but God loves you most, continue to rest in the Lord till the resurrection morning.
Posted by Rasheedat Ajide-Adeyemo on April 23, 2021
A mother is one in a million in our lives and is irreplaceable. Mama, may your soul always rest in peace.
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on April 23, 2021
I didn't meet mama in person but when I met her son (Mr Olaoye Olumide), in him I saw a son with mother's love at heart with every prescription in his hand at my pharmacy just to ensure mama is fine. Hmmm... Sorry bro for the loss once again. And to Mama, we love you but God loves you more. Rest on in bosom of the Lord Mama.
Pharm. Adebayo
Posted by Tunde Thomas on April 23, 2021
Mothers are our first country,
The first place we ever lived.
Rest on Ma as the Nation you built and left behind will for ever carry your legacy.
Posted by Elijah Ige on April 23, 2021
I know Engr. Wale's Mum has been a great inspiration to many She shared her life with. The joy She brought us will never end. Thank you for being a great Mum for it reflect in the life of your son. Continue to rest in the bosom Of the Lord Ma.
Posted by Hameed Bakare on April 23, 2021
You will be surely missed by all and sundry. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Oyewole Bamikefa on April 23, 2021
Sun ree Mama reee
Posted by Olabisi Ojo on April 23, 2021
Mummy you came you saw and you conquered! May perpetual light shine upon you ma.
May your soul and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of god rest in peace (amen)
Posted by Olaoye Olumuyiwa on April 23, 2021
Mummy it was saddening when I heard about your demise. A christian does not die but has gone to rest.
Rest on soldier of christ till the day of resurrection.
Rest in peace ma
Posted by Thompson Okeke on April 23, 2021
May God rest your soul mama, I never met you but the legacy I see in your offsprings speaks volumes of how you lived.
Rest in peace mama, we will miss you greatly.
Posted by Kdotc Ayor on April 23, 2021
Continue to rest in peace mama.
Posted by Olaoye Richards on April 23, 2021
Mummy...There is no precious person in the world than my mother.
I totally understand what you’ve being through when you were with us...you have put up a good fight and now I'm sure you're in a better place. Rest on mom, you'll forever be in my heart!!!
Posted by Babarinde Israel on April 23, 2021
This is the day that the Lord has made,we will rejoice and be glad in it..we give God all the glory for our beloved mother for what the lord has sent her to do on earth and when the creator has called her to rest from the beautiful work she has done..we believe that you are now at the right hand of the lord.Rest in peace mummy..we love you...mueh!!!

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Posted by Eboda Akintayo on May 3, 2021
Adieu Mama as you depart this world of turbulent and sin for a peaceful mien with the Lord good night and Rest in perfect peace in a place where there is no darkness.We love you but God love you more
    By Eboda Akintayo O
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on May 1, 2021
Mama, you lived a good life and loved all your children and everyone you came in contact with. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace!

(Akingbade Latilo - Igbajo)
Posted by Olumide Olaoye on May 1, 2021
Life is a page that each and everyone of us need to open step by step. Well Mummy has opened to the last page. We believe that the legacy she had laid behind has spoken much about her. Actually, we love you but God loves you most. The family of Olubaji say Goodnight Mummy!

(Olubaji's Family- Osogbo)
her Life

BIOGRAPHY OF DEACONESS JULIANAH TITILAYO OLAOYE

(4TH APRIL 1949 – 7TH APRIL 2021)
JULIANAH TITILAYO OLAOYE (NEE OLANIPEKUN) was born into the family of PA EMMANUEL OLANIPEKUN and MADAM THERESSA OLANIPEKUN of Sese’s Compound, Inisha in Odo-Otin Local Government Area of Osun State on the 4th of April 1949. She was the last born in the family of nine.
JULIE, as she was fondly known and called started her education at the age of twelve (12). She started school very late due to the fact that she needed to engage in some forms of trade so she could sponsor herself in school. This was a period when girl-child education was not common, but due to her determination, she went ahead to get western education, against her father’s wish. She attended ST. AUGUSTINE PRIMARY SCHOOL, INISHA from the year 1961 to 1966 where she finished top of her class. She then proceeded to IBADAN PROVINCIAL COLLEGE OSOGBO (as at then) for her GRADE TWO CERTIFICATE education. JULIE was known at the college to be a very brilliant, beautiful and hardworking lady. She was a member of the school’s athletic and relay team where she played an active role. JULIE graduated from GRADE TWO COLLEGE and qualified as a school teacher in the year 1969. Due to her doggedness and determination, JULIE pursued higher levels of education while working as a teacher. She then proceeded to THE POLYTECHNIC IBADAN (Distance Learning Centre) for her NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (NCE), which she obtained in the year 1984. She also bagged a bachelor’s degree in Education (B.Ed.) from the premier university, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, through the Distance Learning Programme. JULIE also obtained a LEADERSHIP DIPLOMA CERTIFICATE from the WORD OF FAITH BIBLE INSTITUTE (WOFBI) in Lagos.
JULIE worked in active civil service as a class teacher and rose to the position of a Headmistress at different primary schools both in the defunct OYO STATE and OSUN STATE. Many of her pupils and students are today making waves in different fields of endeavors both in Nigeria and diaspora. JULIE was a disciplinarian and she imbibed good values both in her biological, foster children and the pupils that went through her tutelage. She finally retired from active service in the year 2004 after fulfilling the compulsory 35 years of meritorious civil service.
JULIE got married to her heartthrob PRINCE CHARLES ADELEKE OLAOYE about five decades ago and the union is blessed with six wonderful children. The best legacies JULIE left for her children are; GODLINESS, HONESTY, DILIGENCE and LOVE for people. JULIE, also known as TITIÉ, was known to be a kind and affectionate individual who was selfless and always loved to see people comfortable around her. She possessed an uncommon drive for excellence and had a strong entrepreneurial spirit.
Above all, JULIE was a child of God that loved to be in the service of her Lord, Saviour and Master. She gave her life to Christ in the Baptist Church and rededicated her life to Christ in the year 1997. She also served in various service units in church, such as: Prayer Unit (Afadura Jagun), Women Missionary Union (WMU) of the Nigerian Baptist Convention (NBC), just to mention a few. She was a member of different units at different churches (First Baptist Church, Iragbiji, Dada Estate Baptist Church, Osogbo and Pilgrim Baptist Church, Osogbo). She was also an ordained Deaconess of the Living Faith Church, also known as Winners’ Chapel International.
JULIE was a fighter and a warrior and finally heeded her master’s promotion and transition call to glory at the age of 72 on Wednesday, 7th April 2021 at exactly 7:27 PM. We are confident that she’s resting now in heaven with her master and with the innumerable company of angels. Therefore, we take solace in this fact and bless God for the life of our wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and in-law, DEACONESS JULIANAH TITILAYO OLAOYE (NEE OLANIPEKUN). She lived a life full of impacts and so this is a CELEBRATION OF LIFE, to the glory of God.
TITIÉ, your husband, children, grandchildren, the whole OLAOYE and OLANIPEKUN families, friends and colleagues would miss you so much but we all take solace in the fact that this loss is temporary because we will meet at the feet of Jesus on the resurrection morning.
ADIEU “MAMA LAOLU” and sleep on till we see in the morning!

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Shared by oladele richard on April 23, 2021
U will forever be in our hearts mama... Rest in d bossom of  lord