"Kehinde, your memory and the precious times you shared with us will never be forgotten. You will live on forever in our hearts."
  • 31 years old
  • Born on October 1, 1984 in Bodija, Ibadan, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on August 19, 2016 in Mont Belvieu, Texas, United States.


Kehinde began her journey through life as a twin on October 1st, 1984.  She was the youngest daughter of Dr. Frederick Oladeinde & Mrs. Fadekemi Oladeinde (nee Oshinowo). On August 4th, 2012, Kehinde married Wale Babalola and they both raised twin boys, Samuel (2 years) and Daniel (2 years). They made Mont Belvieu, TX their home.

Kehinde spent most of her childhood years in Ibadan. She attended Bodija International School & Staff School, Ibadan, Federal Government Girls College (F.G.G.C) Sagamu (2001 set), and briefly spent some years at the University of Ibadan and University of Technology, Jamaica. She graduated from Morgan State University in Baltimore with her Bachelors degree, and University of Maryland University College with her Masters degree. She worked at PNC bank and Navy Federal Credit Union in Baltimore.

Kehinde was a devoted member of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Jesus House Baltimore, and was a dedicated member of the welcome ministry, where she served faithfully before relocating to Texas. Since relocating to Texas, she was a sunday school teacher at Calvary Baptist Church, Beaumont, Texas.

Kehinde will be remembered for her contagious laughter and amiable personality, among other wonderful attributes

She is survived by her husband, children, parents,  siblings, in-laws, family and friends.


Posted by Funmi Oladeinde on 4th January 2018
Some might try to replace you but for those of us that love you, you are forever irreplaceable. We think about you everyday. We miss you so much. P.S Samuel looks exactly like you. He has your wide smile.
Posted by Ooreofe D on 1st October 2017
I remember you today, as always. You remain in our hearts & in fond memories that we have of you. Happy posthumous birthday, Kennycious Kenny!
Posted by Funmi Oladeinde on 1st October 2017
Kehinde, We remember you today and always. You would have been 33 today. Things are not the same without you. We miss you deeply but we are all doing OK and holding on to loving memories of you.
Posted by Kemi Ifeonu on 19th August 2017
Remembering you today, Kehinde. Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Funmi Oladeinde on 19th August 2017
It's been a year. I guess we are in the stage of acceptance but the pain is still raw. We miss you today and I know we'll miss you forever. Continue to rest in the bosom of the lord. I love you Kenny.
Posted by Roberta Ariseloye on 14th November 2016
This is such a huge shock to me..... So kind, so nice, so energetic, intelligent, graceful.......... It's so sudden, Kai! This journey of life, it's so unpredictable. Kenny sun re o! Oluwa nife re julo. Ha! Sleep on well dear friend.
Posted by Nicole Hills on 13th October 2016
​ To the family of Kehinde Oluwakemi Babalola I am truly so sorry that you lost your beloved Kehinde in death. I know from experience that it’s really hard dealing with the loss, no matter how long we’ve had them with us. But I wanted to share something positive with you about what the Bible says about our dead loved ones. Job once asked a long time ago, “If a man die, shall he live again? (Job 14:14, King James Version) The Bible says that “There is going to be a resurrection” Acts 24:15 What this means for you is that you will be comforted (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) The Bible also says that we will be free from the fear of death (Hebrews 2:15). Also, there is real hope of being reunited with Kehinde. (John 5:28, 29) We can believe what the Bible says because God is the creator of life. The Bible calls God “The source of life.” Psalms 36:9; Acts 17:24, 25) And for sure The One who gave life to all living creatures is certainly capable of restoring life to someone who has died. Another reason you can believe is because God has resurrected humans in the past. The Bible reports eight instances of humans—young, old, male, and female—who were brought back to life on earth. Some had been dead for a short while, but one had been in the tomb for four days!—John 11:39-44. One more reason why we can believe is because God is eager to do it again. Jehovah hates death; he views it as an enemy. (1 Corinthians 15:26) He has a longing to conquer that enemy, to undo death by means of the resurrection. He yearns to bring back those who are in his memory and to see them live on earth again—Job 14:14, 15 But now, here is something to think about, why do we grow old and die? The Bible answers that question at Genesis 3:17-19 and Romans 5:12. To learn more without cost, please let me send you a six lesson brochure. It’s free and it’s called Good News From God. You can also download the brochure by visiting www.jw.org Please accept my condolences
Posted by Funmi Oladeinde on 1st October 2016
We miss you so much today on your birthday. Nothing is the same without you.
Posted by Debbie Neighbor on 1st October 2016
My condolences go out to the family and friends of Kehinde. From reading about her I know she will be missed and was loved by many. Kehinde was such a young beautiful woman, mother and wife and gone too soon. No matter what, it can truly be said that death is an enemy and soon it will be brought to nothing (1Cor. 15:26). I have found much comfort in the Bibles promise of a resurrection hope of our loved ones at John 5:28, 29 and hope you will too. Death was never a part of Gods original purpose, in fact he yearns to soon bring an end to it and the suffering it causes your family and friends. Revelation 21:4 states: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." I did not know Kehinde, but I read her obituary and I hope these scriptures will help to bring some comfort knowing that others care. If you would like to learn more about the Bibles promises and the hope it brings, please feel free to contact me.
Posted by Temi Olatoye-Ojo(Tanimowo... on 30th September 2016
Ken Ken Kenny, I sit here thinking about you just several hours to your birthday. Shedding tears and thinking about how we met in Ibadan at EAC and remained friends for 13+ years. The times when we encouraged one another and we shared hopes and dreams. I will miss you is an understatement. God knows best. I pray for strength and loving memories for Wale, Samuel, Daniel and your entire family. Its hard to come to terms with this and finally write this tribute, but all I can say is I love you ore mi and I will miss you dearly. Rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by L McPherson on 6th September 2016
God gives hope to see the ones we lost in death again,(Acts 24:15) "I have hope towards God, which hope these men also looked forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous "may you all be encouraged by this wonderful promise from our great God and Heavenly Father.
Posted by Rosaria Oshinowo on 5th September 2016
Kehinde, there really are no words to describe the pain I felt when I heard of your sudden passing away. I remember you from the Bodija days. Death has no sting! I believe you are in the realm of glory having a blast. May the good Lord console we your loved ones you have left behind. Till we meet again, Adieu
Posted by Chance Chanc.e on 1st September 2016
"Do not be amazed at this the hour is coming when all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice (Jesus) and come out".John 5:28 Please accept my condolences.May the hope of seeing your dear love one again comfort you.
Posted by Trish Aultman on 31st August 2016
Posted by Terry Kendall on 30th August 2016
Our dear Kandy, the youngest, the most patient. You were always our little blessing. We only have joy because you passed by and enjoyed life with us and It was grand. You became a women when things were better and we were all so happy when you finally joined us here. Thanks for being so sweet and leaving us two beautiful children. To your family our sorrow is eternal.
Posted by Dammy Adebisi on 28th August 2016
OMG, Kenny oh Kenny,i don't even know what to write or how to start cos I'm still in shock,oh my beautiful, nice and loving friend cut short in her prime, gone way too soon. This is so sad and disheartening, continue to rest in ur creator's bossom. You'll be missed greatly. May the lord give ur family the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss. Amen. Adieu Omokehindegbegbon Omo Oladeinde aya Babalola.
Posted by Obadamilola Ipinmoye on 27th August 2016
The news came as a rude shock. But, God knows why he has to take Kehinde now.We grew up in Bodija Methodist Church together, partially attended the same schools and later became family.May God comfort Wale, Samuel, Daniel, Dad, Mum, Toyin, Seun, Oyebola and the other Babalola/Oladeinde family. Our hearts go out to you all and our prayers are with you.(For the Osunbunmi family)
Posted by Kemi Ifeonu on 26th August 2016
Kehinde, I met you in 2007 at JHB. It was easy to be friends with you. You had a good outlook on life - always ready to celebrate. All the birthday, anniversary, grad etc parties we went to - You were my motivation to get on the dance floor. The way you said "how now?" when we got to talk and your distinct laughter. How you spoke Yoruba to me even though I was always responding in English. I am thankful for the opportunity to meet you, hang out with you, dance with you, gist with you, and all the good times we had together. I know that you are in a good place - with Jesus. But this is so painful. I trust that God will take care of your entire family. Rest in peace Kehinde.
Posted by Contessa Bukky Banjy Ayod... on 26th August 2016
May God console the family you left and grant you eternal rest,RIP
Posted by Nguper Martha Tertsua on 26th August 2016
Kehinde, I was shocked and saddened when I heard about your sudden and sad demise this morning. Even though, we're not from the same set, you're still a part of the FGGC Sagamu family and it's always sad to hear that another Shaggy girl has died, we've lost too many already. I know, we can't question the Almighty but I thank God that you lived your life to the fullest and left behind a beautiful family and a lot of fond memories. May God grant your gentle soul perfect peace and may He grant fortitude to your family, relations and friends over this irreparable and sad loss. AMEN!
Posted by Femi Fawehinmi-Oladeinde on 26th August 2016
Rest well Kehinde. At times like these we are comforted by the gift of God in eternal life. I pray comfort and peace that passes all understanding for those whose hearts are hurting the most at this time.
Posted by Otudeko Feyikemi on 25th August 2016
In these moments of great ordeal ,words are usless, cannot believe you are no longer with us... I have to believe that God has bigger plan for you. You always remain in our heart. May God comfort your family. RIP My Dear friend.
Posted by Jessie Sharpe on 24th August 2016
R I P Kehinde. I wish I had met you in person all these years. Even on fb like I have with Seun, Lola agba, Lola kekere, your other cousins and even your mum aunty Fadeke. But one thing I know is that, you died in Christ, we shall all meet at the bosom of the Lord. Rest in peace coz. R I P ....Temitayo Oke nee Solola
Posted by Foluso Sobanjo on 24th August 2016
Rest in peace little cousin. God knows best.
Posted by Refined Maureen on 24th August 2016
"Rest in peace Kenny and may the good Lord console and comfort your family." I commit your children into God's able hands.
Posted by Uche Ejugh on 24th August 2016
Kehinde, may you rest in perfect peace. May the peace of God be with those you left behind. Till we meet again to part no more, we will always remember you and you will live on in the hearts of those who love you. Rest in peace, my darling.
Posted by Beeh Mac on 23rd August 2016
Rest in peace Beautiful. May the Lord console and comfort the family.
Posted by Mary-Pep Ejoh on 23rd August 2016
Death sadly has no age limitations. If it did, Kehinde you will still be here on earth. If Life and Death were fair, kind and considerate; Kenny you will be on mother earth being a mother to your young children. But, since all these considerations were known to our supreme God and yet he okayed your exit. It's now our hope that he okays your entrance into his heavenly presence. To her parents and immediate family, I hope whenever you find the courage to read this; you will be wrapped in comfort knowing that God is able. To her young sons... when you can read this, know that Mummy had many good friends and was a very lovable person. Live in that joy.
Posted by Bunmi Betow on 23rd August 2016
Rest In Peace Kehinde. May God strengten your family in Jesus name.
Posted by Yetunde Busayo Davies on 23rd August 2016
Kenny...words cant express how i feel right now...with your calm and graceful nature...your smile...from Shaggy days you have always been a peaceful soul...my joy however is that we will meet again...Adieu my dear friend...May God grant your loved ones the fortitude to bare this loss...we love you but JESUS LOVES YOU MORE
Posted by Funmilola Agboola on 23rd August 2016
Kehinde, your exit came as a rude shock. It is such a painful loss. We cannot question God but we are comforted that we will sure meet agaiin at the resurrection of the saints. I pray that the Lord will give us all the fortitude to bear the loss. Continue to sleep in the bossom of the Almighty dear cousin.
Posted by Lola Oshinowo on 23rd August 2016
Kehinde, There are no words to describe the void you left behind in all of us especially for your precious sons Daniel and Samuel, your husband Wale, your parents and siblings. I believe that you are enjoying the bosom of the Lord. 2 Corinthians 4:13-14 says "It is written: “I believed; therefore I have spoken.” Since we have that same spirit of faith, we also believe and therefore speak, because we know that the one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead will also raise us with Jesus and present us with you to himself." So, Rest dear Kehinde.Rest.
Posted by Ogechi Uba Ezeonyenwe on 23rd August 2016
Death ... So sad at this youthfulness. I didn't know much about you back then in school,but I knew you to be a very peaceful and cheerful person. God knows best,I pray God gives your loved ones the fortitude to bear the loss,Rest in the bossom of the Lord,Amen.
Posted by Oluwatobi Rock on 23rd August 2016
Kenny Ola-d, I still find this hard to believe that you are gone. such a loving and nice babe you were. I remember our time together in Rima house (F.G.G.C. Sagamu). may God console your family. We love you but God knows best
Posted by Femi Solomon Onishile on 23rd August 2016
You were my sister! Words alone will never be able to express all I feel or ask. I'm confident you are with Jesus, the only consolation I have. You were a gift to humanity. Rest on till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Ufuoma Otobor on 23rd August 2016
It's heart breaking to know that you are no more. May you find eternal rest in the bossom of your creator. I pray God comfort's your family and grant them the fortitude to bear this great loss. It is well.
Posted by Majekodunmi Funke on 23rd August 2016
Sleep on dear Kenny. I am comforted that we will one day see at the feet of our Lord & saviour Jesus Christ at resurrection. You left an impressionable mark in the lives of many, your impact was felt. Truly u're a candle that's lit other candles and as such your light keeps shinning. Adieu my friend!
Posted by Kiara Johnson on 23rd August 2016
So sorry that you have lost your loved one. May you be comforted by the promise that someday those lost in death will live again (Acts 24:15). This is a loving guarantee from our Creator who cannot lie.
Posted by Mariam Bello on 23rd August 2016
Dear kenny, may ur soul find eternal rest, u were a really nice friend n class mate back then in saggy days. May ur family find d fortitude to bear ur loss.R.i.p
Posted by Lynnette Oshinowo on 23rd August 2016
I only met you once but I still remember you beautiful face and smile! RIP and I know God will continue to watch over your family. Your life was too short but will long be remembered!!!
Posted by Jane Uzoma on 23rd August 2016
Kenny rest in peace. Your smile and calm manner will be missed greatly.
Posted by Eneh Oluchi on 23rd August 2016
I knew kenny way back in school (F.G.G.C Sagamu) she was a person every one liked to associate with because of her gentle nature and kind charisma. Writing this tribute with tears in my eyes, earth has lost an angel. Kenny, I will miss u deeply so as all our classmates in (2001 set) Rest on Dearest Friend.And to all the loved ones and family u left behind may God console us all.
Posted by Oluwaseun Adeogun on 23rd August 2016
Kenny,fondly called back then at Eac,ibadan,nigeria. Your company was a great one that was enjoyed. And how calm and passionate you were about the things that mattered most. I pray the good Lord give your loved ones the fortitude to bear the loss
Posted by Esther A on 23rd August 2016
I remember Kehinde from FGGC Sagamu. The memories I have of her are pleasant. She had a bright smile, warm personality and was easy-going.This is so disheartening but we take solace in God. I pray God will comfort every member of your family that you have left behind; your husband, sons, parents, siblings and other relatives. May your gentle soul rest in peace. Adieu
Posted by Busola Faturoti on 23rd August 2016
I have lost count of the number of times I have had to stare at your picture and ask why? Why do you have to leave so early? But who am I to question God. You lived a good Christian life. You were a true friend, a friend who always wished for the success of all her friends. Kehinde, I pray your beautiful soul rests in peace and may God strengthen your family and all your loved ones at this time and always. Sleep on Kehinde in the loving arms of our Lord Jesus....
Posted by Adewale Taiwo on 23rd August 2016
Kenny, words cannot describe how painful it is to live with the fact that you are no longer with us. You were such a nice, gentle, pleasant and pretty your lady. I know you are peacefully resting in the bosom of the lord. You made an impact within the short time you spent here. My heart goes to your siblings, Toyin, Seun and Oyebola, your husband wale and your adorable twins and your parents. You can be sure we will always remember you. Rest in peace Kenny.
Posted by Oladeinde Foluke on 23rd August 2016
kenny, you are such a gentle and calm lady. You served the lord till your demise. The lord you served will take care of the family you left behind. We love you, but God loves you more. Adieu Omokehinde Omo Oladeinde. Brig. Gen. Johnson Oladeinde's family, Abuja, Nigeria
Posted by Funmilola Taiwo on 23rd August 2016
May your gentle soul rest on peace Kenny, we love you but God loves you more. Continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord.
Posted by Funmilola Taiwo on 23rd August 2016
Dear Kehinde , my birthday mate, my sister, adorable and gentle. Till we meet to part no more continue to rest on the bosom of our Lord, you will forever be missed
Posted by Funmilola Taiwo on 23rd August 2016
My birthdaymate, my sister, adorable n gentle. Till we meet to part no more Kehinde, continue to rest on the bosom of our Lord, you will forever be missed.

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