ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved Mom, Grandma, Daughter, Aunt, Sister, Teacher, Wife, Minister of God; Louisa Roberts. We will remember her forever.
A Martyr and a Soldier of Christ
Posted by Modupeola Roberts on May 17, 2021
Mum,
Never in my wildest dreams did i imagine I will be writing a tribute to you this soon or speaking about you in past terms.
Your life was a true definition of Christlike and unimaginably perfect.

All the love you gave,
Hope you raised,
Smiles you created,
Happiness you shared,
Life you changed,
Relationships you mended,
Homes you built,
Children you taught,
Families you blessed,
All of it was something to live for.

God thought it right to call you into your greater self so i chose to celebrate and no mourn you.

Rest on Mum
Even in death you are loved.
Posted by Leo Ayewoh on May 8, 2021
O really Mrs R. This can't be true. So you are gone... Well, my consolation... Heaven has gained another saint. You served and were dedicated to your Lord and passionately so too. You were always found in God's sanctuary daily thus fulfilling Psalm 84 vs 10. You will be greatly missed by all who know you. Adieu Mrs R. Continue to rest in the blossom of the Lord. My sincere and heartfelt condolences goes to all family members. The Lord strengthen and comfort you at this challenging time. It is well. Shalom!
Posted by Iyabo Stephen on May 8, 2021
Mrs Louisa Roberts departure from earthly life came to me as a shock. I served closely with her as officer of Women's Fellowship at Inter Archdiocesan and National level. She was a committed Christian and member of Methodist Church Nigeria. It was after meeting her for the first time that I realised she was married to the Robert family of MCN Tinubu where I grew up. From then onwards I use to call her my wife.
I later realised she was very committed to Sunday School as well. My son told me how he had to attend any Archdiocesan programme she planned for children or meeting for Sunday School Superintendents because she treated him like her son.
God knows why he took her away from us at this time.
Sleep on in the bosom of your maker. Adieu a very dear sister and friend, till resurrection morning.
My lovely and blessed children of Mama Roby, take heart, the Lord is with you and will direct your ways.
Wife of Archbishop Stephen
Posted by Modinat Adefunke Ibrahim on April 21, 2021
Mrs Roberts as I fondly call her. To say I am still in shock at the news of your demise is to say the least. A woman of God, very friendly sister, full of life. You radiate joyful atmosphere wherever you are. God knows best. You will be greatly missed.
On behalf of Inner Wheel members, District 910, I express our heartfelf condolences. We pray God to comfort the entire family and grant you strength and faith to bear this irreparable loss. May He grant Mrs Roberts eternal peaceful rest.

Funke Ibrahim
District Chairman
Inner Wheel D910
Nigeria
Posted by Ataima Roberts on April 20, 2021
It's difficult to say Goodbye and I am still wondering what went wrong. I am yet to recover from the shock that you are no more. All I pray that may God grant your soul eternal rest. To those you left behind, May God give us the strength to bear your loss.
Posted by Roberts Samuel on April 16, 2021
We will meet again in paradise
     
             - Your favorite handbag❤️
          
              
Posted by Oyinkan Roberts on April 15, 2021
Oh mummy!
This is not how we planned it.
You were the life of the party literally. And I couldn’t be more happier that you’re my mum.
I can’t tell how many times I’ve had unmerited help and favor just because of you and the people whose lives you’ve touched.
I still wish we had more time spent together. If only wishes were horses.
Sigh!
This world really didn’t deserve you! You’re a martyr and your love will forever be etched in my heart.
I don’t know if I’ll ever be half the saint that you are.
I’m going to carry on the teachings you’ve instilled in me,
and doctrines you brought me up with.
And I know for a fact you’ll keep watching over us.
Rest well mum.
Rest well Iya Robbie.
Rest well Mummy Roberts.
Rest well Mama’n Yara.
Rest well Iya awon omode.
Rest well Mama Sunday School.
Rest well Mama Methodist Church.
Posted by khadijah abdullahi on April 15, 2021
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. You are in a better place inshaAllah
Posted by Joy Okeagu on April 15, 2021
My heart bleeds everytime I remember I won't be seeing you again. I remember what you said the last time I saw you, your prayers, your kind thoughts and words. I Still can't believe this is real, but God knows best. I will miss you Mummy Robbie. God rest your Soul.
Posted by Peace Okoloba on April 15, 2021
Mummy, I've not recovered from the shock of knowing that you have left us!!! Your grandchildren keep asking me so many questions I've no answers to! Mummy! I saw you fighting so hard to stay but Heaven needed you more. Thank you for giving me the privilege of staying by your side in your LAST MOMENTS. REST WELL MUMMY ROBBIE
Posted by koleade adebowale on April 14, 2021
I never knew that those moments during my occasional visits over the past couple of years were the last privileges I had to share with you. While we're still in shock at the sudden manner with which you left us, holding on to the few memories of your very caring and welcoming personality, I would forever cherish every good moment with beloved family always because times and seasons change so fast.

Thank you for the words of encouragement, the sweet stories of times past and helping us understand and valuing family, for your selfless heart and genuine desire to see everyone thrive around you.

It breaks our heart to say this but we'll not say goodbye because we know your soul is not lost but now at peace and rest.


Good Night Mama Robbie,

Rest well in the bosom of your Lord whom you have trusted all your life.
Posted by Ajoke Sobogun on April 14, 2021
Still in shock that you're no more it's a gap that can't be fill pray for a peaceful rest, mummy we love you but God's love is the greatest all your advice and love you shown while you're alive still lives rest in peace iya bobo
Posted by Joshua Sobogun on April 14, 2021
Mummy, your exist is still a shock to me, your advices and your words of encouragement, they are still very fresh in my memory, know words I say now can bring you back, but you will forever remain in our hearts, mummy we love you but God loves you more. Rest on.
Posted by Onipede Funke on April 14, 2021
Mama Robbie, I find it difficult to believe that you have gone to the great beyond, but I pray that the almighty God comfort and console all of us you left behind. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by godiver007 Fash on April 14, 2021
Iya Robbie... I’m still shocked at your departure but in the end we all must submit to God’s will. You were a mother to many including myself and my sister. You were kind, accommodating and God fearing and because of this I know you are with God now. You have fought a good fight, you have finished your course, you kept the faith and now a crown of righteousness has been laid up for you by the righteous God who is judge. You will forever be loved and remembered. Goodnight Mummy.
Posted by Allen Okoloba on April 14, 2021
I'm yet to recover from the shock of your demise. You were indeed Mother of Many Nations. Rest on mother...rest on. We'll celebrate your legacies for ever.
Posted by CHIDIMMA BLESSING CHUKWUM... on April 13, 2021
The last time we spoke mummy. We discussed on how the US embassy have been denying people visa. We Sha encouraged ourself that we will get it soonest. Not knowing that God had plans to take you to a better place.

Rest well in Abraham's bossom

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Posted by Modupeola Roberts on May 17, 2021
Mum,
Never in my wildest dreams did i imagine I will be writing a tribute to you this soon or speaking about you in past terms.
Your life was a true definition of Christlike and unimaginably perfect.

All the love you gave,
Hope you raised,
Smiles you created,
Happiness you shared,
Life you changed,
Relationships you mended,
Homes you built,
Children you taught,
Families you blessed,
All of it was something to live for.

God thought it right to call you into your greater self so i chose to celebrate and no mourn you.

Rest on Mum
Even in death you are loved.
Posted by Leo Ayewoh on May 8, 2021
O really Mrs R. This can't be true. So you are gone... Well, my consolation... Heaven has gained another saint. You served and were dedicated to your Lord and passionately so too. You were always found in God's sanctuary daily thus fulfilling Psalm 84 vs 10. You will be greatly missed by all who know you. Adieu Mrs R. Continue to rest in the blossom of the Lord. My sincere and heartfelt condolences goes to all family members. The Lord strengthen and comfort you at this challenging time. It is well. Shalom!
Posted by Iyabo Stephen on May 8, 2021
Mrs Louisa Roberts departure from earthly life came to me as a shock. I served closely with her as officer of Women's Fellowship at Inter Archdiocesan and National level. She was a committed Christian and member of Methodist Church Nigeria. It was after meeting her for the first time that I realised she was married to the Robert family of MCN Tinubu where I grew up. From then onwards I use to call her my wife.
I later realised she was very committed to Sunday School as well. My son told me how he had to attend any Archdiocesan programme she planned for children or meeting for Sunday School Superintendents because she treated him like her son.
God knows why he took her away from us at this time.
Sleep on in the bosom of your maker. Adieu a very dear sister and friend, till resurrection morning.
My lovely and blessed children of Mama Roby, take heart, the Lord is with you and will direct your ways.
Wife of Archbishop Stephen
Recent stories
Shared by Damilola Kehinde on May 19, 2021
Friend, mum, foe, friction abound on our first meetings but waters soon settled. you took me on to replace you as Superintendent but all I wanted was to be an organiser not a figure head. we sparred, laughed and jolly well had a good time. I remember kneeling down for you in the middle of the second service because I wanted to settle a quarrel and you told me to get up as I could be seen from the altar and I told you that I know. you called me 'omo ake' and I told you that you should keep your quarrels out of my children's activities or else. you laughed so much and everything melted away. I got my way but found a great friend. after that we had such great times both personally and on duty. now you are gone. I want you to know that you were loved more than you were told and angels such as you should be celebrated. you were tough for God and didn't mind the labels humans gave you or the disappointments that came. I am honoured to be a friend, sister, daughter to you and will miss you till we meet again at the Lord's feet. Aunty Lo

Mummy

Shared by Urenna Obioma on April 14, 2021
I called you mummy because you were that and more. Your love for me and every member of my family was pure. Until when you were incapacitated, you still tried to reach out to me. You were weak but your interest was in I and my sister not been stranded.
After the death of my mum, some days were really tough, days I needed to talk to a mother figure, I'd call you and cry my hearts out and just like my mum, you always had something consoling to say from the bible. I have lost 2 mums. It's hard, it's painful, really painful.
It was a pleasure to have known you ma. Pls walk on the street of gold and tell my mum, I miss her. Its not been easy but God has been faithful.
Continue to abide in the presence of the Lord ma.
It is well.