Let the memory of Kemi be with us forever
  • 51 years old
  • Born on November 3, 1960 .
  • Passed away on September 16, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kemi Owolabi 51 years old , born on November 3, 1960 and passed away on September 16, 2012. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Kunle Odeyemi on 3rd November 2017
Dear Kemi, today is your birthday. You are still sorely missed. Sleep on in the bosom of the Lord. Sun re ooo
Posted by BOSE TSADO on 16th September 2017
My dear friend, it still looks like yesterday but 5 years have rolled by. The memories are still very fresh, and I think about you everyday I am at work and walk by your plaque on the wall of your classroom.The plant in your memory is well watered and it is growing well.I take comfort in God because he knows best and we will understand it better by and by.I look forward to seeing you at the feet of Jesus.Sleep on Aunty Kemi
Posted by Dolapo Ogbechie on 16th September 2017
I remember you today as always Kemi. You are forever loved and forever missed. I remember the jokes, the laughter, the plans, the confidences shared...so much taken for granted. I miss you girl. Love always, Dolapo
Posted by Lola Ore on 16th September 2017
Forever on my mind, my lovely sister, friend and confidant. Rest on in the bosom of the Lord
Posted by Foluke Adeniji on 16th September 2017
Sis K, it's been 5 years, you are forever on our mind and cherished
Posted by MOPE SHONIBARE on 4th November 2016
Today I sing a song in your memory - I remember you as a beautiful soul 1. Fading away like the stars of the morning, Losing their light in the glorious sun -------- Thus would we pass from the earth and its toiling, Only remembered by what we have done. CHORUS Only remembered, only remembered, Only remembered by what we have done; Thus would we pass from the earth and its toiling, Only remembered by what we have done. 2. Shall we be missed, though by others succeeded, Reaping the fields we in springtime have sown? Yes; but the sowers must pass from their labours, Ever remembered by what they have done. 3. Only the truth that in life we have spoken, Only the seed that on earth we have sown; These shall pass onward when we are forgotten, Fruits of the harvest and what we have done. 4. Oh, when the Saviour shall make up HIS jewels, When the bright crowns of rejoicing are won, Then shall HIS weary and faithful disciples All be remembered by what they have done.
Posted by Lola Ore on 3rd November 2016
A year older today. Forever in my heart, forever loved, forever missed. Sleep on beloved sister, friend and confidant.
Posted by Foluke Adeniji on 3rd November 2016
Sis K, you would have been a year older today. You remain forever in our hearts.
Posted by Oma Nkele on 19th September 2016
Aburo oremi... 4 long years of only memories I'm laying a flower by your soul With a prayer filled hope and a sigh That like your memory on this side Your soul continues to bloom On the other side.... May memories of you Continue to bring some comfort To all that loved you.
Posted by Booky Ashaye-Osonowo on 16th September 2016
To say how much you're missed is another indescribable experience. Somehow your smile lingers and then I am grateful for our paths crossing at St.Anne's School, Ibadan . . . sweet memories of you help to go on trusting and believing in God's Awesome Plan for our individual lives! You will remain unforgettable& forever in my thoughts. May God Keep your lovely children safe always and sustain your family. Till we meet, rest on my dear friend.
Posted by BOSE TSADO on 16th September 2016
Forever in my heart with each passing day filled with memories of times of laughter and fun. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. May you continue to rest in the perfect peace of our Lord Jesus Christ our savior whom you served till with meet again to part no more.Amen
Posted by Dolapo Ogbechie on 16th September 2016
It's 4 years today Kemi since you left us. Miss you girl, today as always.
Posted by Lola Ore on 11th August 2016
Going on four years like yesterday. Still missing you everyday...and its such a mystery I know you're in a better place peacefully with your creator. I'm grateful for having had you as a sister and give thanks to the Lord for having learnt so much about love, peace and care from you. Looking back to those times, hmmph I took it for granted but now,,,, I'm learning to live it as you always advised. I believe, I am better off for it by His grace and guidance.
Posted by Lola Ore on 3rd November 2015
Remembering you today as always My darling sister... Love you more each day
Posted by Oma Nkele on 3rd November 2015
One your Birthday Here's a flower
Posted by Lola Ore on 16th September 2015
My dearest Kemi, Thanking God for having you as a sister. Thinking of you.. fond memories... the good times... the naughty times.. The pranks... the jokes... jeering...sharing...caring...loving... Thanking God for sisters such as you. Sun re ooooo.... my loving caring sister
Posted by Foluke Adeniji on 16th September 2015
Sis K, your death 3 years ago left me speechless. I found it difficult to believe you were gone because I spoke to you the previous day .You were a unique and wonderful person, full of life and love. l thank God because I know you are with our Lord Jesus Christ. Though you are gone you live on in our hearts.
Posted by Olufemi Owolabi on 16th September 2015
Kemsie, I still can not believe you are gone, it's like a bad dream. I miss you everyday. But I know you are in a better place. Having so much fun in His presence. I will always love you and you will never be forgotten. You are a gem, rare breed, a gift from Him to me. Rest dear till I see you. Loving you always Femi.
Posted by Dolapo Ogbechie on 16th September 2015
It's just 3 years but it seems like forever. I miss you girl. Still hurts a lot but you're with the one you loved and served. You'll never be forgotten. Sleep well beloved.
Posted by Oma Nkele on 16th September 2015
Where ever it is your spirit is.... Hope it's peaceful, free of cares Resting after its earthly tolls Remembered by all who love you Living forever in all their hearts
Posted by Kunle Odeyemi on 16th September 2015
2012 seems like yesterday ! Your life was exemplary and an example to a lot around you. You left too early in our eyes, but God knows best. Your smile was always sincere and heartfelt. Miss you loads but comfort in the knowledge that you are at peace. Sleep on till we meet again at his feet.
Posted by BOSE TSADO on 16th September 2015
In all things God said we should give thanks.I thank God for the opportunity he gave me to know you. I am also comforted with the fact that we shall meet again at the feet of Jesus where there is no more pain or sorrow.As I water the tree we planted in your memory at work,I am reminded that your memory will remain fresh in my mind.Continue to rest on in peace.We miss you but God loves you more.
Posted by Funke DIKIO on 3rd August 2015
St Anne's Song: St Anne's St Anne's may none of us here fall behind, Proud of our name, may we add to its fame, by true service to God and mankind. You played your part and is now at rest. Trusting the Almighty God is encamping round about your family on this side while you rest in His bosom. It is well.- Tribute from Sola Ogunnaike (nee Otolorin)-Fellow Anzea Girl
Posted by Oma Nkele on 26th July 2015
Met you in California. Heard of your passing and never knew you were Bunmi's younger sister. Hope and pray that memories of you have filtered into a place were your family and friends can think of you and smile instead of cry.....a place where memories of you make their hearts lighter not heavier...... A place where memories of you are reflected in the legacy you left behind. Rest on Kemi. To live in the hearts of those who love you.....though your life here, ended.... is not to die all.
Posted by MOPE SHONIBARE on 13th July 2015
Remembering you positively - assurance that it was GOODNIGHT and not goodbye. By GOD's grace will definitely see you again on the resurrection morning at HIS feet to part no more. In the meantime continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Lola Ore on 29th May 2015
Forever on my mind My loving and caring sister
Posted by BOSE TSADO on 4th November 2014
Yes I remember you as always, spent the night dreaming of you. I could not bear to wear the T shirt nor even look at it today in school. God knows best.Every day I walk by the plaque I cannot help but look at your face.The tree in your memory at school is growing well ,I make sure I water it two times a week at least. The vacuum is so great. Miss u so much.Till we meet at the feet of Jesus.amen
Posted by Olufemi Owolabi on 3rd November 2014
Kemsie, you would have been 54 today. I miss you daily. It's still like a bad dream, I can't believe you are gone. I will always cherish the memories. I know you are with the Lord, for to be absent from the body is to be with the Lord. I LOST A GEM! Love you always Femi
Posted by Funke Oba on 3rd November 2014
Olukemi, you would have been 54 today. We will never forget you for your special ways. It is well, may we all hasten to know Kemi's lord, live in him and die in him. The end is near, dear friends, all the Anzee opportunities, Mrs. Durodola's bible studies, SCM fellowship, Nifes retreats and other avenues God used to call us, may they not be in vain in any of our lives. the lord cometh. Love y'all
Posted by Booky Ashaye-Osonowo on 17th September 2014
Though we miss you dear friend, we are consoled knowing you are in a much better place. Though I wish again for your lovely smile, your jokes and counsel, I am trusting God still. Though your family and friends wish you were here to be part of their present existence, they will survive still cause God is with them. Keep on Resting, Kemi. With other angels like you. . . Rest peacefully, Rest on, Rest in The Lord . . . Till we meet again.
Posted by Bimbo Ogbechie on 17th September 2014
Kemi, continue to rest iin God's hands.
Posted by Funke Oba on 16th September 2014
Two years already. I treasure memories from Anzee, St Faith house, shared good times of faith and character building and the brief time we had together at Magodo in Lagos. We'll meet at the wedding feast of the lamb where the dead in Christ shall rise first and we shall ever be with our lord. Hallelujah for a glorious hope through the cross of Christ.
Posted by BOSE TSADO on 16th September 2014
We love you but God loves you more.Continue to sleep in the bosom of our Lord till we meet to part no more .amen.
Posted by Dolapo Ogbechie on 16th September 2014
Kemi, it's just 2 years but it seems like forever. Sleep well dear friend. Love always.
Posted by Kunle Odeyemi on 16th September 2014
Two years since you left us , Kemi . The Lord knows best . It's still hard to believe. See you on the other side at his feet . Continue to rest in peace, Amen.
Posted by Booky Ashaye-Osonowo on 4th April 2014
My dear friend, I woke up today with thoughts of you. I wanted to talk like we used to, wanted to share with you. . . I miss your wisdom and unique perception to knotty issues. I miss your jokes and laughter and the great sense of humor. But I will still thank God Almighty for the opportunity of knowing you and the time you spent here with us. You are surely in a better place and I pray that God's Perpetual Light will shine on you. Sleep on Kemi. . . You are sorely missed.
Posted by Funke Oba on 1st December 2013
kemi, it is unbelievable. We lost contact after St. Anne's but met again in Magodo when you came to set up your practice. Apparently we both traveled shortly after and never connected again. It was a shock to hear it the way, I did. I wish we had been able to stay connected more but life happens. I am just glad that you know the lord and now behold him face to face. May God continue to comfort all you left behind
Posted by BOSE TSADO on 3rd November 2013
Today would have been your birthday,I am so lonely at work and I continue to miss your presence there.The joy I have is that you are having everlasting joy with the prince of peace and The Lord of Lords.Continue to rest on.................amen.
Posted by Olufunke Gesinde on 29th September 2013
Kemi hadn't seen nor talked to you since A levels in Odogbolu,but was shocked at the news. May The Lord continue to look after your family IJN. Great to know you not only knew The Lord,but worked for him as well by bringing others to Him.. No wonder He gave you such a peaceful passage. Continue to rest in His bossom.
Posted by BOSE TSADO on 25th September 2013
It was just like yesterday you left us. But alas it is one year already. The comfort I have is that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.Forever in our hearts your memory will remain. Continue to rest in the bossom of Jesus till we meet to part no more.Amen Bose Tsado
Posted by Ayo Alli-balogun on 25th September 2013
Dear kemi, may faithful helpers continue to lead you to the realm of peace, sleep on beloved............
Posted by Foluke Ayo-Ariyo on 20th September 2013
Sisi Kemi you're greatly missed. Continue to rest in the bosom of your maker.
Posted by Ade Adeosun on 19th September 2013
It is a year on, seems like yesterday. Continue to rest in peace. You will always be missed, but we believe that all is well in Jesus name. Our thoughts with Femi and the children, and the rest of the family.
Posted by Toyin Taiwo on 18th September 2013
Kemi, may your soul continue to rest in perfect peace. I remember telling your sister when we met in Canada last Summer that I knew you in St Anne's. only for me to loose my sister (who also went to St Anne's) on the 7th of September and then losing you shortly afterwards. May those you left behind draw strength from Christ.
Posted by Booky Ashaye-osonowo on 16th September 2013
One year already? Didun ni iranti olododo. Your memory remains fresh. We will keep hope alive knowing we will surely meet again. May The Lord sustain your husband and children as well as every member of your family. Amen Kemi darling, Rest on . . . I will never forget your sweetness and your exceptional sense of humor . I often recall your hearty laughter also. Sleep well dear friend.
Posted by Dolapo Ogbechie on 15th September 2013
I take solace in Daniel 12 verse 3 which says "Those who are wise shall shine, Like the brightness of the firmament, And those who turn many to righteousness, Like the stars forever and ever". Your testimony stands so I believe you shine like the stars forever and ever. You are daily missed. Shine on Kemi.
Posted by Dolapo Ogbechie on 15th September 2013
Bunmi sounds soooo much like you! She said other people have said as much. She encouraged me with what Femi encouraged her with...that you brought him and other membes of his family to Christ. It's just as if you sneaked out from all of us. But I guess your job here was done and it was time for you to go home.
Posted by Dolapo Ogbechie on 15th September 2013
It's been 1 year. You seem to be away on a journey, not really gone forever. Sometimes talking with Femi leads to tears for both of us. It's not planned but the tears just come. I can't explain why or when it'll stop.
Posted by BOSE TSADO on 3rd November 2012
Dear Aunty Kemi, Today would have been your 52nd bday.You will be forever missed in the lives of those of us you touched.Indeed to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace until we meet to part no more.Amen
Posted by Booky Ashaye-osonowo on 5th October 2012
I am just coming to terms with the reality of your sudden departure and reassure myself that this is not goodbye yet.We will surely meet again. May God Almighty grant you sweet repose and give all your beloved family members and friends the grace to bear the pain. Amen. Your memories will sustain me. Sleep well Kemi dearest, you will remain in our hearts forever.

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