ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, SP.AP (Engr.) Kehinde Fadahunsi, 83 years old, born on January 17, 1938, and passed away on February 7, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Fadahunsi Kunle on February 18, 2021
Uncle, i was sad to receive the news of your death however i believe you are in a better place. i will forever be grateful for your intervention in the peaceful resolution of your cousin Olu Estate. may the lord your family and the entire Faodi/Fadahunsi family the fortitude to bear the loss and we promise to keep the flag of your dreams which is the unity of the Faodi family Flying .
Rest in peace Uncle.
Posted by Sunmonu Jubril on February 18, 2021
Sincere condolences to the entire Foadi/Fadunsi -Sunmonu family for the great loss of an "ICON" and yet another great pillar of the family. Words can not express how much vacuum this has created. You will for ever remain in our hearts . Rest on in greater heights.
Posted by Fiyifoluwa Akin-Dada on February 16, 2021
Best grandpa ever old but so busy and hardworking like his daughter i love you so much❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Olusegun Odunaike on February 16, 2021
Word are rather in adequate to describe the VACUUM your demise has created.
Throughout history - many great men of VALOUR have been honoured for their character and service to humanity in their community - Daddy you deserve this honour and accolade in appreciation to your dedication to entire family and people around you.
O, Earth has one gentle soul less, and Heaven, one angel more.
You were an epitome of Goodness and Kindness:-
Always wanting the best for everybody.
A hard worker you were.
A peace maker and reasoning voice.
Your words of wisdom, kind heart, tender Spirit will be greatly missed.
I know you are in a much better place, with no anxiety, fear nor death.
May your soul continually rest in the bosom of the Almighty.
Memories of you will never die, when you or I call on phone your first stetment is "SEGUN HOW WERE YOU" with that gentle and lovely voice.
Daddy Bye Bye LOVE YOU ALWAYS.
Posted by Tunde Adeyanju on February 16, 2021
My deep condolence goes the family of Uncle Kehinde Fadahunsi. I've known him with Aramide for many years and I'm so lucky to have hosted him in Abuja once.
His level of humility is something else despite his age difference, he interacted easily with us. I will miss him dearly but I know he is resting in the bossom of the Lord Almighty.
My God will grant him smooth passage into eternity. Sleep on Uncle in peace.
Posted by Mubo Alatishe on February 16, 2021
My sincere condolences to the family of Fadahunsi. I pray that God will comfort you all. 
Posted by taiwo Adejube on February 16, 2021
Uncle i was shocked when i heard that you have passed away. You are just a good uncle to me and to everybody in the family of Fadahunsi . We all love you but God love you most. Rest in Peace in the Bossom in the Lord. Adieu
Posted by Solomon Adegbite on February 16, 2021
The engineer and gentleman gone, May His Soul Rest in Perfect Peace!!! Continue to rest in the blossom of God.
Posted by Grace Farotimi on February 16, 2021
Engineer Kehinde Fadahunsi was a very good family man. I met him with his late Olawale Fadahunsi years ago and since then he always get in touch with me. He always sent me prayers and the preaching of K&S which I greatly missed. May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Wole Fadugba on February 16, 2021
Engr. Fadahunsi, your tenacity, passion and love will be sorely missed. I recall when I wanted to go for my masters in the UK, baba called me and told me that I must come back to Nigeria upon concluding my studies as the country needs people like me. Baba, who I met through my boss, Ayodele Akintunde SAN, went as far as giving me a book about the history of Ilesha and how my family was involved in protests against unfair government policies to show me why people like me cannot abandon Nigeria. To follow up with this, baba came from London to Birmingham just to encourage me to come back after my masters!

I remember that after coming back he tried to get me briefs to keep me going ...

I can never forget you baba Fadahunsi. I am still in shock that a man like you can come all the way to visit me even in the UK.

May baba’s soul Rest In Peace and May the Almighty grant the family he has left behind the fortitude to bear the loss. Amen.
Posted by Dotun Oyemakinde on February 16, 2021
Dear Baba Fadahunsi, I remember you well enough to recall your gentle and easy-going approach to life on the sparse occasions I would come to your place on the Island to hang out with Dele.

You indeed lived a life of service, and now that the Lord has called you home, I pray God's continued peace and blessings for the family.

Rest on in Christ's perfect peace.
Posted by Dapo Oduwole on February 16, 2021
I pray for peaceful rest for your soul Baba Fadahunsi.
You were one of those Soldiers of Christ who fought doggedly but without the associated noise.
You couldn't do enough to help others both at work and at church.
Your fight for life was symbolic when the Lord miraculously delivered you from the great Nitel Fire in the 80's as there was so much he had in store for you to accomplish.
You lived a life of service and have now been called to rest.
Do rest well.
May the lord bless your memory and the family you have left behind.
Posted by Olayinka Aiyere on February 16, 2021
May Papa soul rest peaceful!
Posted by Abi Oginni on February 16, 2021
May Daddy's gentle soul rest in perfect peace. I pray that the good Lord will grant the entire family the grace to bear the loss of daddy. May God grant you all peace. Please accept my condolences!
Posted by Rotimitolu Fadahunsi on February 16, 2021
Our dear Uncle, Engr Kehinde Fadahunsi was passionate about the Larger Faodi Fadahunsi family issues. He was a bridge builder who related with the younger generation effortlessly.

I got closer to him, when one of our Uncle in the UK died last year. He spares no effort in making sure that he was not buried like someone without a family. Baring all odds he goaded and rallied everyone to make sure we did our best to get him buried honourably.

We thank God for his selfless service to family and the larger community.

I commiserate with Delenand his siblings. May the Lord grant him eternal peace in heaven. Amen.

Adieu.
Posted by Olushola Olayide on February 16, 2021
To God be the glory!Adeu Daddy,till we live to part no more.We will forever miss u.

Posted by Opeyemi Dada on February 16, 2021
Grandpa (Like we all call you) you will be greatly missed... you were a father and mentor to my husband (Temitope) and I. I believe you lived a good life on earth so all I can say is for you to rest in perfect peace with God.
Posted by Kasobaba Sunmonu on February 16, 2021
My benefactor, a great uncle and father who loved, cared and supported with great advice. May his soul rest in perfect peace. Allah love you most, you are in better place now.
Posted by Yemisi Abiodun on February 16, 2021
Daddy - a man of action, a strong, hardworking man who was totally dedicated to his family, his work and his service in Church. Quietly going about his business - doing the needful. Thank you for being kind, generous and supportive of me when I lived with you and Mummy and for being a pillar of support to my Mum after my Dad passed. I saw you last dancing in a video with Mummy and my Mum on her birthday and you looked so well and strong. Didn’t expect this but God knows best. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Olufunmilayo Babayeju on February 16, 2021
Please accept my condolences to all members of the Fadahunsi family particularly to a beloved one Funmilayo Fadahunsi may Engr Fadahunsi soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Olumuyiwa Olayinka on February 16, 2021
Engr Fadahunsi was a father figure to me when i became a member of the foremost club, Ilesa social Elite. I served with him as the general secretary of the club when he was the President

A workaholic person that pays attention to details. He grillled me and made me a better secretary. The knowledge i gained while working with him has contributed a lot and me a better person as an opinion moulder

He lived a simple and spartan lifestyle, even though comfortable 

May God give the family the fortitide to bear this irreparable loss. The grace of God will not leave the entire family member he left behind

May his soul rest in perfect peace, Amen
Posted by Abimbola James on February 16, 2021
Our Cicero is gone!!! You have fought the battle of good faith and conquered, a golden crown awaits you in heaven with the angels looking forward to receive your soul. May your humble and gentle soul rest in peace in JESUS CHRIST name Amen.
Posted by Ayomikun Sogunro on February 16, 2021
As the sun sets on a life well lived, we are gladdened in that your life leaves a legacy in the wonderful children you leave behind who daily bless our lives.
Even as you leave to the great beyond, we know this parts will never be the same because you came this way.

Rest in Peace GrandDaddy.
Posted by Ola Sanni on February 16, 2021
I write this with great sadness in my heart, Daddy you helped shaped me into the man I am today, just like you did with so many people, I was fortunate to have spent some time living with you, and you brought me up exactly as your son and I will always remember how kind and gentle you are. I wish you a brilliant sleep and May your Perfect Soul Rest in peace in the Alter of the Almighty God.. Amen
Posted by Alhaja M.Y Lawal on February 16, 2021
Adieu! Engineer Kehinde Ayoola Fadahunsi our dear former Deputy General Manager (LDC) NITEL Limited. You are an unforgettable icon in the field of communication, you assisted both young and old to the top of the ladder. Keep resting in the Bossom of the Lord. Paradise of peace is your reward.
THE GEM IS GONE!!!
Posted by ARAMIDE Shobande on February 16, 2021
I can't believe that you are gone. Everyday I wake up wishing it was a dream and I can still hear you I know that God know best and that you are in a better place You were always concerned about people's progress. Even in my career, you were always eager to know my performance at every stage. I remember when you were very ill and every time we talked,you still cared so much and concerned about my mum welfare and family,you were such a kindhearted person. Words fall me to express how wonderful and amazing you were. May Almighty God grant you eternal rest, Till we meet again. Aramide Shobande &Family ( London)
Posted by Olufolake Olumogba on February 16, 2021
May His gentle soul rest in perfect peace
Posted by Sola Adedayo-Ojo on February 16, 2021
Hmmm daddy....its taken this long to process the news of your passing. You were always there for all of us.
I remember the days of Elias Close so well 'cause it was second home to me; that was my holiday destination. You treated us as yours. During my wedding you always called to ask how the prep was going, you even contributed so much to the event.
I thank you so much for every memory. You visited me in Abuja and even the UK. You were always present in every phase of my life. Thank you for the friendship with my parents. This hit baba Sanni so hard we didn't believe. You were my mum's to-go-to....hmmmm.
Rest well in the bossom of the Almighty. We will cherish you always and continue with the torch of friendship that you kept burning between the families.

Love you always,

The Adedayo-Ojo's
Posted by ESTHER NOAH on February 15, 2021
DADDY FADAHUNSI - EJIRE ARA ISOKUN, OMOKEHINDE GBEGBON, we are still trying to process the fact that you have gone home to your Creator. We shall not mourn like unbelievers, God probably needed you more than us & decided to call you now. You will be greatly missed by all that encountered you while here on earth & your legacy will live on. May GOD grant you eternal rest Sir, uphold the family, friends & communities left behind. We shall meet at JESUS Feet & till then - REST IN PERFECT PEACE SIR - AYO NI O
Posted by Ayodeji Sunmonu on February 15, 2021
Having lived a fulfilled life,a pillar of sunmonu Fadahunsi family has transited to eternal rest.
Who are we going to run to now that you are enjoying your good deeds in paradise.
We will always have you in our memories.
Goodnight Daddy.
Posted by Abiodun Adedoja Okunlola on February 15, 2021
It is an honour to write an eulogy about Engr. Kehinde Ayoola Fadahunsi. I wish I were at his 90th birthday party delivering a speech about him instead of writing a tribute for his funeral.

I had known Engr. Kehinde Ayoola Fadahunsi at a very young age when my dad, also late, was building one of his houses. But I got to know him better when he and his wife Mrs Christiana Fadahunsi welcomed me into their home in January, 1994 to live with them and complete my education after the demise of my dad.

Ever since, I had known him to be a caring father, guidance, counsellor and mentor. He sponsored me through my final class in Secondary school and tertiary institution. He was supportive in all areas, always ready to help and guide. He showed understanding at all times and never minced words. He also supported me in my business greatly. I and my husband were really fond of him as he gave my husband a nickname. He was really fun to be with.

Old age was not a barrier for him. Even at old age, he was zealous for the Lord, energetic, forgiving and interactive.
The Lord took him on the day of the Lord. God makes no mistake s. He was a special of the Lord. A caring father who used to pray for his children. He would tell me each time we spoke on phone that he always prayed for me.

He was my chitchat partner. I will always miss our chats, jokes and laughter. His last statement keeps echoing in my ears till date. He said, he was a winner, he was coming out strong.
Indeed, daddy, you are a winner.
Rest on daddy...

Adieu daddy
Adieu my mentor
Adieu my friend
Adieu great man of God.

Posted by Sarah Fadahunsi on February 15, 2021
Your death came to me as a rude shock. You played the role of a father to me after the demise of my father. I remembered how you danced at my wedding. You held my hands down the aisle and handed me over to my husband with great joy. The last time I spoke with you, you were cheerful and full of life. You were a great man, caring, funny, and lively. Thank you for sharing the family history with me in details. We sure had great few moments together. We laughed at your jokes and your story telling.

So much to write but I can only pray that you find eternal rest in the bosom of God. Sleep well daddy. Till we meet again at the feet of Jesus. Rest In Peace
Posted by Pastor Titi Shomoye on February 14, 2021
A former boss, a very good friend, a colleague is gone to be with the lord. You will forever be missed but those lovely memories will stay with us forever. Rest in peace in the bossom of the Lord. Amen
Posted by Rafiu Sunmonu on February 14, 2021
Adieu my hero, my benefactor, a great uncle and father who loved, cared and supported me till his last day. I will forever be grateful to you. I am already emulating your legacies by loving and upholding the Values of the SUNMONU FADAHUNSI FAMILY, which you had groomed me for. Your last words to me two days to your demise on your sick bed when you said, "Rafiu, ask me any questions about family. I love you.” It meant a lot to me because it reaffirmed your love for me.
Thank you Daddy for all you did for me. You will forever be missed and remembered. May God be pleased with you. Ameen

Rafiu Sunmonu.
Posted by Rafiu Sunmonu on February 14, 2021
Adieu my hero, my benefactor, a great uncle and father who loved, cared and supported me till his last day. I will forever be grateful to you. I am already emulating your legacies by loving and upholding the Values of the SUNMONU FADAHUNSI FAMILY, which you had groomed me for. Your last words to me two days to your demise on your sick bed when you said, "Rafiu, ask me any questions about family. I love you.” It meant a lot to me because it reaffirmed your love for me.
Thank you Daddy for all you did for me. You will forever be missed and remembered. May God be pleased with you. Ameen

Rafiu Sunmonu.
Posted by Timi Alake on February 14, 2021
May Daddy's gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Funmi, I pray God give you and the family the grace to bear his loss.
My deepest condolences at this time of loss and grieve.
❤️
Posted by Omowunmi Agunbiade on February 14, 2021
Daddy, I remember our last discussion so clearly. Passionately you discussed cat fish farming with my husband and you encouraged us to keep at it. We kept at it sir.

When I couldn't reach Funmi on phone, I feared and hoped that all was well with you. Then she sent the news of your passage to eternal life.

Rest on in the bosom of the Lord daddy
Posted by Fisayo Balogun on February 13, 2021
Uncle, I still can’t believe I am writing a tribute because of your passing. You were an uncle in a million,you were humble, kind, loving, caring and good at heart and soul.!!!
You will be greatly missed we love you but Christ loves you more.
You are gone but not forgotten.
Adieu Uncle!!
From Adeoye & Yemisi Olubanjo
Posted by Abimbola Odunaike on February 13, 2021
Ejire araisokun Oba omo, Oba omo,I don't know where to start I don't know what to write because there were lots of good things about you. I learnt a lot from your life history. You were a strong pillar in Sunmonu Fadahunsi family. You built the family and brought everyone together. You have taught us the value of welfarism and what surprised me most was that on your sick bed you still remember to send you 85 yrs old cousin's monthly fee.I still imagine your tiny sweet voice those days we spoke on phone,especially the last phone call I had with you,when you were saying you have won the battle. I shed tears when you said if I don't hear from you I shouldn't be afraid. You were a God loving man, who never joke with going to church. When someone you love becomes a memory that memory becomes a treasure. Although you were old but the question I can't stop asking is why did it happen to you, but who are we to query God.I will forever cherish your meek and quiet life. You indeed left a legacy of love in our hearts. Ekure mosu ara ile ooye,omo oloye orungbe omo oloye terenikun ekure lomi meji o pe kan laala. Ala omo mi nbe ninu oke omo agatoro. Sleep on sweet dad, till we meet to path no more.
From your niece:Mrs Abimbola Olubusola Afusat Odunaike (nee SunmonuFadahunsi)
Posted by olabode solomon-peter on February 13, 2021
Baba,your service to God and humanity in humility was noted and Drew many to you to learn to emulate you .In Isaiah Band where you were the reverd Patron and PPM where you were the shinning ensample of righteousness and dignity. Baba Rest in Peace. I truly miss you.



Posted by Solabomi Olubusola Fadahu... on February 13, 2021
OUR TRIBUTE TO OUR SP.AP ( ENGR )KEHINDE AYOOLA FADAHUNSI. Never can find the word that will express our grief,anger,pain and hurt for the sudden demise of our above named brother, uncle and friend at a seemingly God appointed age of 83 years on Sunday the 7th February 2021. Of course, it is with a heavy heart and a mixture of sand ness and appreciation that we dote on the memory of engr, Kehinde, for so, we all fondly called him. No doubt, we lost a rare gem-concerned and dearly close brother and friend who shared other people ‘s problems with inner interest coupled with that of his family’s concerns. He was a special Apostle infact and indeed and we take solace in the fact that our brother was with the Almighty Father, throughout his life. We also thank God for the good testimonies concerning you , our dear engineer Ayoola. “Ijeri- enia ni ijeri Olorun.” As we mind our earthly duties let us keep in mind and believe that Goodbye are the laws of earth and Re -union, the laws of heaven. We are confident, however, in the challlenging life you lived.May your noble soul rest in perfect peace. Amen. Your Brother and Wife Rev (Dr) Moses Oladiran Fadahunsi JP. & Lady Evang . Dr Solabomi Olubusola Fadahunsi & on behalf of the children & family.
Posted by Kunle Oyewole on February 13, 2021
You lived an exemplary life. May the good Lord forgive your sins and grant you eternal rest.
Rest In Peace
Adieu
Posted by Danladi Dele Agbeyo on February 13, 2021
When I attended his 80th birthday party at an Event Centre in Oregun and watched him dance gracefully, I did not know that I was seeing Kehinde for the last time. We sat and talked about how the Engineers who graduated from Nigerian Universities ganged up against him and attempted to wound him with a vehicle, when he was upgraded to the Engineer cadre in Lanlate Sstellite Station and how he forgave them all. Kehinde is a very religious individual and loves people irrespective of age, religion or class. He socialises and enjoy chatting with friends. He is open and sincere. Transparently honest.
I will miss his characteristic laughter. Loud and sincere.
Goodbye Kehinde.
Goodnight Engineer Fadahunsi.
Posted by patrick cross on February 13, 2021
To loose a love one usually create a deep vacuumi in the hearts of those Left behind but the solace is hinged on the fact that your, dad, the patriach of your fam0ly lived a good life abad this memory will remain a glowing and tender sustainer of joy in your memory

May God grant your family peace

From Patrick Ayoh and family
Posted by Idowu Olusile on February 12, 2021
Baba Fadahunsi, you were my friend, father, mentor, brother and boss. You had a very large heart. I cannot thank God enough for meeting a wonderful creation like you. I will definitely miss you, no doubt about that. But I am consoled by the assurance of our reunion at the resurrection dawn. Fair wind fair one.
Posted by Kuburat Usman on February 12, 2021
Daddy thanks for your being there thanks for the love to our great family Your soul will continue to rest in peace baba wa ejire ekure mosu raleoye Sun reeee 
Posted by Bunmi Makinwa on February 12, 2021
Broda, although nothing is impossible, your death was such an expected turn. You have stood strong against illnesses and infirmities. It appeared this time too like another challenge which you would overcome, no matter how daunting. But not this time. No, it was not another conquest at all. Not even your ever ready laughter, ever ready sense of humor, ever optimistic spirit could overcome it. Well, the end must come when it will. Yet your personality, positive spirit and gaiety live. It can never be forgotten. You were such a shining star - a complete gentleman, a consummate professional, a serious intellectual, a community activist, a loving father, a patriot, an international voyager, a spiritual leader. You also were from to time a mischief maker - to make us laugh or just for the heck of it! It has been about five decades when you were to me my brother in all ways. I grew up knowing you as my brother - and our family in all ways was one. We have lost you. But the love will continue. And we shall do everything to keep the love that you showed us. It will continue and it will bind us still as a family together. Broda, sun re o!
Posted by Fadahunsi Funmilayo on February 12, 2021
I thank God for a life well spent, daddy I missed you too much, you were so kind to me and the children, despite the fact that you and my late husband- Oladele Fadahunsi were not so close, you and mummy Christianah stood by me during my daughter's wedding in November 2019. May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Sun re o my great father in-law
Posted by JP JP on February 12, 2021
My Dearest Uncle, father, great supporter of my family. With such bright outlook to life, positive and ever inquisitive, young at heart and always abreast with modern technology, teaching me learning new things is for life. Forever will miss you uncle and forever will love you but the greatest of the greatest has called you home. Rest in Peace Uncle and I am ever so grateful for all you have ever done for me and my family. ADIEU.

Dapo Oluwa-Dahunsi.
Posted by Layo Sunmonu on February 12, 2021
Daddy loved my husband so much, and Rafiu basked in that love and attention, constantly reaffirmed and never waning. That is just one of your many, many children.

We choose to celebrate the life you lived, and the assurances of God's loving mercies over you.

Rest in peace, Daddy.

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Posted by Fadahunsi Kunle on February 18, 2021
Uncle, i was sad to receive the news of your death however i believe you are in a better place. i will forever be grateful for your intervention in the peaceful resolution of your cousin Olu Estate. may the lord your family and the entire Faodi/Fadahunsi family the fortitude to bear the loss and we promise to keep the flag of your dreams which is the unity of the Faodi family Flying .
Rest in peace Uncle.
Posted by Sunmonu Jubril on February 18, 2021
Sincere condolences to the entire Foadi/Fadunsi -Sunmonu family for the great loss of an "ICON" and yet another great pillar of the family. Words can not express how much vacuum this has created. You will for ever remain in our hearts . Rest on in greater heights.
Posted by Fiyifoluwa Akin-Dada on February 16, 2021
Best grandpa ever old but so busy and hardworking like his daughter i love you so much❤️❤️❤️
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Shared by Margaret Balogun on February 13, 2021
The death of Baba came as a shock but I know he is in a better place. Baba Fadahunsi touched the life of my family at a crucial moment when I was at a  young age. Through him my late dad secured a job at NET in those days. Though my dad passed away about 40 years ago but he shared the story with me and I will never forget the part baba Fadahunsi played in my family.  God used him to touch so many lives. May his soul continue to rest in peace and may the Almighty God  strenghten the entire family in Jesus' name. Amen. 
Shared by Sunday Adewusi on February 11, 2021
We announce with deep shock the passage of our Father unto glory. The demise of Pa. Kehinde Fadahunsi has created a huge vacuum for us at . Until his death,Baba was a strong pillar and bastion of encouragement for us.
He was always there ,rallying supports and parleying people to the cause of Ijesa Nation. A very unassuming leader and elder of great convictions. We are indeed saddened at this sudden call to home ,we take solace in the fact that Baba lived an examplary life of service to God and humanity, his milk of kindness ,hands of love extended to old and young alike ,are rare in a century.
We pray God grant the family fortitude to bear this moment and Baba eternal repose. Your deeds will remain indelible on the sands of time.
Sun Re Baba Rere!
Sunday Adewusi 
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