Let the sweet memory of Linda be with us forever.
  • 42 years old
  • Born on September 17, 1976 .
  • Passed away on March 1, 2019 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Linda Ogbeide 42 years old , born on September 17, 1976 and passed away on March 1, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by UGOCHUKWU EZE on 21st March 2019
Linda, it has been so difficult to accept your demise. I have been hoping to woke up from this sad news. How can I forget how we planned to finish our discussion the day you left this wicked world. You were not just my colleague at work, you turned to a sister I can share personal thoughts with. Always giving listening ears and sharing life experiences. I cherish and will miss the funny way you communicate solutions to issues but leaving a very strong impression. I wish death knows how to go about it’s business, it won’t have come near you. Chai! You were so peaceful and easygoing. Continue to rest my dear. You will be missed by everyone around you. May God keep and grant your family to bear your painful exit.
Posted by Stella Enyagam on 20th March 2019
My dearest Linda, Lindikoko like I always call you. I am still shocked and unable to come to term with the reality that you have left us. You were a sister and a friend indeed. I cannot forget your usual way of hailing me " stellybaby, wetin dey shele.?". A loving, caring and generous giver you are. You will be forever missed. May God Almighty grant you eternal rest in His bossom. May He shield and take care of your husband and children and grant your siblings and all your loved ones the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. Sleep on, beloved sister.
Posted by Oluwafunmilayo Haastrup on 18th March 2019
All Glory must be to God.. in everything we will give thanks and only pray his mercies never depart from us when that time comes calling, Amen. Dear Linda, when i heard of your demise it did bring tears to my eyes, in my mind I only could wonder how cruel death truly is to have taken such sweet, cheerful, pleasant and easygoing lady? But in all honesty, it's a rhetoric question. Linda, may your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace. I pray God almighty showers your adorable kids with greatness they deserve, and be a comforter to your home & family but above all, bless your soul in his eternal love. Shine on Linda, Shine on Linda until we meet again. We love you but your creator loves you most.. RIP beautiful soul.. Amen!!
Posted by Olufunke Ajogbor on 18th March 2019
Honestly words failed me, becos its was exactly 1yr and 14days I celebrated you on my IG page and by the 1st of March 2019 you are no more . Your death, its a confirmation that the next second is not guarantee, So! We should live everyday like it's our last in Christ. My Mbiri Room mate, My Okada picture partner like you called me Senior Adviser (SA) to Madams Personal Assistant (PA) kia! what a title. I cherish the little tyme spent with you at Mbiri. You are deeply missed soft spoken Mrs Linda Ogbeide. Rest on the bosom of Christ Jesus.
Posted by Ohiosumuan Victor on 18th March 2019
Dear sister Linda I called her my sister when she was alive, I missed the advice and the fun we had together You were indeed a gem, you were like a sister to me, I cried when I heard of your death, hoping God will bring you back, but it was understood by God for not bringing you back, I love u and I will continue to do so. Rest in the bossom of the lord barrister linda ogbeide.
Posted by Edmund Egerega on 17th March 2019
OBSEQUIES. WE PAINFULLY MISS ADORABLE and AMIABLE LINDA. With grieving hearts the families of EGEREGA and the larger EMEGBEYE of Ebor-Orogun, Delta state, commiserate with the Olumeses on the sad and untimely death of our sister, Linda Olumese (Mrs Ogbeide), which sad incident occurred on Friday March 01, 2019, in Lagos. Late Linda (Barrister at Law) is the daughter of our late auntie and sister Mercy Olumese ( Nee Uba Egerega). We miss Linda sorely. Linda showed uncommon family affections and homely qualities not easily found in family circles these days. This dispositions are perhaps traceable to her late mother who was a mother per excellence. Linda made herself available in our affairs in the Egerega and larger Emegbeye families, contributing morally and financially whenever the necessity arose. She was probably the first that contributed towards the medical expenses for late Ruben Egerega. She has been on Emegbeye family Facebook page from inception till death. GOD BLESS LINDA’S SOUL and KEEP HER ETERNALLY RESTED IN YOUR BOSOM, OH LORD. AMEN.
Posted by Etsu Umar Shehu on 16th March 2019
My dearest Linda, I'm still in shock of the sudden news of your demise. Whenever I think and reflects over our last conversation we had before the sad news, It break my heart. I usually breakdown in tiers. May the Almighty God give you eternal rest. The Almighty will look into the affairs of the children and family you left behind. They shall be bless and grate! Words are not enough to describes your humility, gentleness and affection to all. We will certainly miss you.!
Posted by Imonieroh Roseline on 16th March 2019
My beloved cousin, Linduscoco. It is with heavy heart of sorrow that I write but comforted in the fact that birth and death are but different sides of the same coin. Adeiu! My ever smiling beautiful cousin. May your soul personality journey in peace profound. My condolences to the children, husband and siblings. May God continue to guide and protect us till we meet again. Amen.
Posted by Ada Eluwa on 16th March 2019
My dear Linlin, I am still in shock at your demise. You were so full of life, cheerful and ready to go the extra mile to assist people. May God grant you eternal rest in his bosom and also give your loved ones the fortitude to bear this loss. Rest in Peace Dear Sister. You will be sorely missed!
Posted by Olusola Shadrach on 16th March 2019
My dearest Linda, It's so difficult to come to terms with the news of your demise. You were one of a kind with a heart of gold. Down to earth, so loving and full of life. You will be sorely missed. Continue to rest in the bosom of your maker
Posted by Egwunye Chimdindu on 15th March 2019
Madam Linda , I am yet to recover from the shock of your demise, you are always smiling, ever cheerful, u never allow circumstances weigh you down, Hmmmmm !!! well who are we to question God, he permitted your rest, I pray God grant your loved ones you left behind the fortitude to bear this great loss. Continue to rest on. From Glory
Posted by ‘Sina Olaogun on 15th March 2019
May the good Lord grant you eternal rest. And may He grant your family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
Posted by Ebubechukwu Anowai on 15th March 2019
Linda, the Law! I still find it hard to believe that you are gone. It is painful to be among the first receivers of this strange call that had left me dreaming since March 1, 2019. I have prayed to wake up to better news but to no avail. It was indeed a rude shock to all of us, your colleagues at Katchey Company Limited. You were so calm and friendly to everyone; you tried to make all around you smile. God will sure keep the family you left behind. We will forever miss you. Please rest on in hope of the resurrection morning.
Posted by Oluwatoyin Adeleye on 14th March 2019
Lindaratti, like I was always called you. Funny and down to earth! You were never moved by anything/issue; what moved others, made you laugh instead. You were unique in your own way - the way you spoke, dressed, carried yourself. Everyday, I always see things around my house that reminds me of you. Lindaratti, rest on in the bosom of Christ. You will be sorely missed.
Posted by Elijah Ehika on 13th March 2019
In this life so full of pretence, If only we valued life a little more. If only we loved a little more genuinely. Just maybe, most probably, it won't have been this way. You have a heart of gold. Even the least cadre at work testifies how you treat them first as humans. Words fail me. Its has been a very bitter pill to swallow. It has been most difficult to say good bye. Rest on, Linda.
Posted by Ademola Adesanya on 13th March 2019
Dear Linda,you will be sorely missed.Your attention to details at work was really inspiring,Our consolation is that you are in a better place.R.I.P
Posted by Joyce Adenuga on 13th March 2019
Dear Linda, I'll greatly miss you. If tears could wake the dead, Linlin, you would have been back to life since. You came to me in dream twice, telling me you're not dead, I should take you to hospital, that has left me devastated since, if only this dream could come true. Rest on dear Linda, till we meet at Jesus feet.
Posted by Dorothy Amotsuka on 13th March 2019
Dear Linda, is hard for me to understand that u have left me. You are an angel in human form. No sad moment with u. Always happy and out going. We had great time together. Word can't express how I feel. May ur gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Dalvin Ogbeide on 13th March 2019
Linda ogbeide, my sweetheart, was not just a wife to me but a friend, my standby, she was my best friend, she was one of a kind, a captain in her own rights, she was a remarkable mother to our kids, the best wife any man could ever ask for, God’s gift to me, a most loving and caring sister to her brothers and sister , she was a treasure of inestimable value to all who knew her, today she is with us no more, but her memories we hold dear and cherish. Always the perfect host Linda was kind and caring, it is for this reason we are here, to share that same love and kindness she showered on many in honor and respect of her blessed memory so that her good deeds and loving kindness may be felt by all, even those who never met her testify that her loss somehow hit them hard upon their hearing like they had known her for ages . She was, and always will be an angel. May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace. I love you. ( Husband )
Posted by Eromosele Eros Okoeguale on 11th March 2019
Our hearts and prayers are with your children, husband, and siblings Chris, Keno, Ivie, and Frank during this difficult period and we pray that God grant them the fortitude to bear this huge loss. Your smile and warm demeanor will be sorely missed. Rest in peace.
Posted by Ese Orah on 9th March 2019
Dear Linda, It breaks my heart to hear of your passing. As the saying goes “Pain is the Price you Pay for Love” we are really pained... May the Almighty Grant you Eternal Rest. We will miss you. Ese Orah & Family
Posted by Imonieroh Ese on 8th March 2019
Dearest Linkoko..."Heaven gained an Angel". My brain has refused to register the full impact of the words above because that is not the plan! So, What am I doing writing on this page? You are missed my darling sister and my heart breaks into a million piece just knowing i won't see you again.
Posted by Gloria Awodeyi on 8th March 2019
There are no words to express my sympathy... May God grant your entire family the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss. Linda will be sorely missed but her warmth, kindness, and gentle spirit will be remembered forever. Rest peacefully in the bosom of the lord.
Posted by Aisha Idahosa on 6th March 2019
Linda, ever smiling ever jolly. I’m still shocked. You fondly called me Osaze pikin with laughter twitching your brows and batting your pretty lashes. Wow! From form 1-6 to university, there wasn’t a dull moment. It’s still unreal to me. May the good Lord accept your soul and comfort your family through this trying time. God knows best. Rest in God’s bounty. Amen.
Posted by Omosimua Oyarebu on 6th March 2019
Lovely Linda, You've been blithesome right from the onset and a blessing to all that came your way. My heart breaks. Your deep care and love is precious and will always be remembered. Your wonderful memories and legacy is forever in our hearts. Rest in peace wonderful lady. Almighty Gods love, comfort, shield, strength always bestow upon your dear family immensely.
Posted by Edirin Olumese on 6th March 2019
Hmmmmm, Linda where do I start from? Words fail me….. You have been more than a sister in law. I have been knowing you since you were in UDSS and even as a teenager, you made me feel like a sister. Sweet sister of mine, relentless in all things, constantly trying to figure stuff out for us….where we were concerned nothing was an inconvenience, or stressful for you to help with. What will Kenneth do not being able to call you or hear your voice? Who will call him for no apparent reason but just to ask, “Kenobish how far na, how was your day? The pride in his eyes anytime he talks about you his "trusted Linda"; will that fade away and be filled with the pain and torment I now see in his eyes when he calls your name? I will miss you, the warm laughter, your hilarious one liners, the way you would proudly introduce me to anyone, “this is my brother’s wife Edirin” or you would ask me “Edi baby how far na”? I could go on……but most of all I will miss the confidence of knowing that you always had my back, I have truly lost a sister….. We will love your kids like they are our own, and we shall make sure they carry your memory alive in their hearts always. Sleep well sister with a gentle heart, you have surely earned your wings; go and take your place with our heavenly Father as the angel that you are.
Posted by Abieyuwa Fagbohun on 6th March 2019
I couldn't believe it when I heard that Linda had passed on. Really sad news. Although we hadn't been in touch in a while i still have fond memories of her. I enjoyed the time we spent watching musical videos and dancing at that lovely green house on Federal road and in my house on campus. Also remember her taking me to eat food that Ivie had cooked for food and nutrition practical. I can't forget the brown Volvo too..... I pray that God will comfort her husband, children and siblings. Amen
Posted by Omosede Oronsaye on 6th March 2019
The news of your passing came as a rude shock I cant even begin to comprehend this I feel so seriously pained Linda just like that ?? You were one of my longest kept friend from childhood and teenage years would always keep fond memories of you close to heart I pray the holy spirit's comfort for your husband your children and your siblings Rest in the Lords bossom my dear friend
Posted by Anastasia Akinbo on 6th March 2019
My dearest sister Linda, I have known you since we were little in primary school as Ivie younger sweet little sister. I remember when my parents dropped me to play with you and Ivie at your house on federal road, we would swing on your overhead tank and when my parents came to pick me up, I never wanted to go home. You loved your sister and other siblings. You reminded me so much of your sweet mom, who always had a beautiful smile. When I lost my mom, you were so caring and concerned for me. We chatted from time to time, and our last chat was on the 27th of Feb. I couldn't believe it to hear this devastating news, I cried cos it's just so impossible. We can not question God, but I'm rest assured you are with the Almighty in His Blossom. May God comfort your children, husband, Ivie, and your brothers during this difficult time. Continue to rest in His Blossom. Amen.
Posted by Tosan Mene on 6th March 2019
Dear Linda, When I heard of your passing I felt like someone ripped my heart out. As I write this tribute I feel like I'm having an out of body experience and this is all just a bad dream...but it's all too real.... I'll never forget your million watt smile and your warmness, this world is a better place because you passed through.... But I am consoled because death is not the end, the almighty has you in His warm embrace. Goodnight dearest, you will be sorely missed
Posted by Ada Kpokpo on 6th March 2019
No, I thought. It can't be. I write this with great sadness. It is like I am having a really bad dream. How does one say goodbye to a wonderful friend and sister of over 30years. Who is going to call me chukwumah pickin like you do? and say Wetin dey shele? How far na? Why have you left me to answer calls and texts messages about what happened to you? We shared too many priceless memories, I remember you going into labour twice in my house and both of us walking down the street of Bode Thomas with our babies in our hands looking for where to eat pounded yam the next day after you had mykelti. We spoke a week before your death about your plans for the future and we promised to meet up for lunch now I had moved office closer to you. Linda, you were a strong woman, loving mother ,always cheerful and never a dull moment with you. You will forever be in my heart.
Posted by Augusta Izokun on 6th March 2019
Dear Linda, your death came as a big shock to us and our hearts are heavy again........ May our Good Lord comfort the families (Ogbeide and Olumese) you left behind. My dear, rest in perfect peace. Amen
Posted by Yemisi Akhile on 6th March 2019
A lili, I'm still in shock about your passing. You always had a smile on your face no matter the circumstances. Ever cheerful Linda. As a younger sister to my friend Ivie, you also became a younger sister to me. Your love for Ivie was unquestionable and i can only imagine how live will be without you. We all have to accept your departure because we can't question God. I pray for God's guidance and protection for your young family. Rest in peace, beautiful woman.
Posted by Eghosa Orobator on 6th March 2019
If not for the elections...we would have been at your house...Your smile...gentle nature and dogged zest for life always amazed me.You minded your business and was very focused. You made us proud Linda.... In all ramifications... You were a hero.However, even now,I still shudder at the fact that never again would I see you again....but my only consolation is that in your children's eye...I see you....And in Endurances life...I see your shadow and foot prints...Adieu Linda...So Long!
Posted by Nneka Ezue on 6th March 2019
My dearest Linda! Linduskii like I always hailed back when u go 'Nnekus baby' or Nnekoskii', this is me hurting, this is me broken, this is me confused! Still wondering if this is all true, still hoping the pain will go away, still wishing I will hear you hail me one more time. I pray for peace and perfect rest for u my sister my friend. Love always...
Posted by Eunice Abiona on 6th March 2019
Aunty Linda (as I fondly called you), This is beyond my comprehension. You were bubbling with life and so full of energy, an amazing person to be around. You added value in everything, an extremely hardworker, willing to go the extra mile. I am so proud of you and all you have achieved. I am comforted knowing that God has you in the hollow of His hand. You will be forever missed.
Posted by Rose Ifekwuna on 6th March 2019
My dear Linda. Still can't believe you are gone. You brought so much joy every time we chatted. You were always jolly, always laughing. I still don't understand why. I'll really miss you my dear sister.
Posted by Emmanuella Ideh on 6th March 2019
Dearest Linda, Words fail me... I really don't know just how to take this in. If I refuse to, then it will all be a lie. But life is not so simple. My heart is so broken because it should not be you, you should still be here with us, laughing facing daily challenges but you are not. No one will ever have the answer to why this happened, so I guess we'll just have to keep missing you. You where a loving mother, sister, wife, and friend, now are an angel.....that is the only consolation for me. May God keep you very close to Him. Love always Ngozi
Posted by Princess Yeti Benson on 6th March 2019
I have been in denial since I heard the news on friday, Hmmmmm The last time we saw, Yourself and your husband had family breakfast with myself and my husband at oriental hotel. As usual it was down memory lane for us, gisting none stop while your husband was talking about politics with my husband. Bot of us left them to their politics and we continue to talk about mumsie, dad and our childhood memory at bdpa. Hmmmm. Linda just like that? gone without notice? Your mum & dad are not ready for you to join them yet.. What about your children? what about your husband? Linda.. Just like that? I shouldn't be typing this? We have not recovered from your dad passing away? He is still fresh in the grave.. You did all the wahala of the burial on our behalf, hmmmmm. I can't even pick the phone to talk to Ivie, Junior, Toks, I can't bring myself to talk about planning your funeral? How do we start the conversation? I have been numb numb numb. No not you.. RIP? Just like dat? We are all in shock of your death Barrister Linda. .I have been in denial since friday until I saw your husband posted. DAMN YOU ARE REALLY GONE LINDA..?? So na 4 us to come dey do family meeting to plan ur burial? just like dat Linda? Jesus,, this hit home, just like your mum death hit us all few years ago, taking ur mum home for burial was the saddest thing for us to do, now you? hmmmm. I have been in denial since on friday hoping & praying it is not true that you are gone LINDA? LINDA? LINDA?
Posted by Lily Olumese on 6th March 2019
My dearest Lyn! I do not have words that can express the shock and sorrow your going away has brought us all but God who knows all things knows this one too. I will always remember your voice and laughter, your calls and messages to ask what we needed, what I wanted done, somewhere to go, something to send, something to help with...you were always happy, filled with joy and working hard to make your children and family happy no matter what, what a void your passing has created...Rest In perfect peace dear One, you will forever be missed.
Posted by Tee Morgan on 6th March 2019
Dear Linda, You left us too soon. Your smile, your calmness, the world has lost an amazing soul. It doesn't feel real. But your passing on has just reminded me that we only have this one life and when it's over its over. May God console your family, and may God send angels to watch over your children always. Sleep now Darling. Sleep now.
Posted by Ivie Ogunbawo on 6th March 2019
My dearest and irreplaceable Sister...Still in shock, speechless and wishing this is all a dream! My beautiful inside/out, ever-caring, kind and selfless sister, a woman with a heart of love and a heart of gold who gave her all!  Words can never fully express how much you meant to me and to us all...not enough words can even describe you... how can I find the words to say I miss you terribly! You were my best friend, the best sister anyone could ever have. May our good God bless and keep you as you now rest in His bosom. Linda know that you were so so loved and you will NEVER be forgotten. A new angel in Heaven, rest in perfect peace my darling Sister, love you forever. John 11:25-26
Posted by Christopher Olumese (Jnr) on 5th March 2019
Our dearest Linda, we are all in shock This still feels like I am time travelling through a sci-fi/horror/hypnotised freak show! This doesn't feel real....

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