ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Olasunmbo Falade, born on February 28, 1958, and passed away on March 2, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Odunayo Olugbesoye on March 18, 2021
I was deeply saddened when I learnt of your demise. You are not just a mother inlaw but a unique one with a unique difference. The sincere sacrifices, love and total concern you gave us cannot be forgotten, thank you for everything you had done for us and will forever miss you iya OKO MI. Awa fe o sugbon Jesu fe o ju wa lo.
Sun re o iya OKO MI OWON





Posted by Augustine Oriakpono on March 17, 2021
I still find it difficult to believe that I will see you no more in life except in the pictures, imagine with sadness that I will not hear your incisive talk and advice which were like lectures, full of fact ,wisdom ,understanding and solution to intractable problems. I have suddenly realized the importance of the relationship between mother and son , this life showing me that life is a rough road that required perseverance, love, patience, wisdom, and guidance of God for a successful life ,one many occasions that I can remember and from your comments, your priority is to share, give, what you have and provide for those in need. This made me understand some of your philanthropic action with time ,I notice that general approach to life was to accommodate peoples until they proved there self am totally sure that the legacy you left behind is too strong for anyone who related with you to forget. We shall do our best to sustain, maintain your goals as your departure is a glorious home call .  rest in perfect peace ,
Olasumbo Ayinke Falade

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Posted by Yinka Falade on March 16, 2021
You said you wouldn't stay long I was thinking you were joking I corrected you not to say that again you said ok. I was afraid not to loose the best mother in world bcos no one can be like you maase bi iya kole dabi iya, your memory will never be forgotten your life has been a lesson to us, forever we love you we miss you we love you. I am very sure you and our creator knows the best I never believe I will bury you in the next 20years "well amu olododo lo shiwaju ojo ibi, afeo sugbon jesu feo juwalo (SAN ) Snr Abiamo of Nigeria Snr mother in isreal Olasunmbo ayinke falade continue to rest in the bossom of the Almighty
Posted by Ifeoluwa Michael on March 16, 2021
I never knew you were planning to leave us stylishly when you were celebrating ur birthday on Sunday, I posted your pictures
on all social media celebrating you not knowing I too was indirectly posting ur RIP, you laboured so hard but you never waited to reap the fruit of ur labour, nmmmnm it's well.your love will always remain in my heart and I will always miss you Maami for everything single minute u have spent with us. May ur gentle soul rest in peace......
Posted by Pelumi Falade on March 16, 2021
Dear mum, saying a goodbye is the most painful thing thas has ever happened to me in my life. My world, my super woman, my hero,my (SAN) Senior Abaimo of Nigeria,my class teacher in primary school,my nurse, thank you for the valuable lessons, thank you for all the sacrifices you made for us to be a better person but unfortunately you did not wait to eat all the labour you suffered for. Your exist came as a shock to me, you did not even give me a notice of leaving alone, the space you left in my life no one can fill it,you mean so much to me, i believe you are now in a better place. May your gentle soul rest in a perfect peace my Mummy, you will forever be cherished. Sleep on my mother...

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Posted by Odunayo Olugbesoye on March 18, 2021
I was deeply saddened when I learnt of your demise. You are not just a mother inlaw but a unique one with a unique difference. The sincere sacrifices, love and total concern you gave us cannot be forgotten, thank you for everything you had done for us and will forever miss you iya OKO MI. Awa fe o sugbon Jesu fe o ju wa lo.
Sun re o iya OKO MI OWON





Posted by Augustine Oriakpono on March 17, 2021
I still find it difficult to believe that I will see you no more in life except in the pictures, imagine with sadness that I will not hear your incisive talk and advice which were like lectures, full of fact ,wisdom ,understanding and solution to intractable problems. I have suddenly realized the importance of the relationship between mother and son , this life showing me that life is a rough road that required perseverance, love, patience, wisdom, and guidance of God for a successful life ,one many occasions that I can remember and from your comments, your priority is to share, give, what you have and provide for those in need. This made me understand some of your philanthropic action with time ,I notice that general approach to life was to accommodate peoples until they proved there self am totally sure that the legacy you left behind is too strong for anyone who related with you to forget. We shall do our best to sustain, maintain your goals as your departure is a glorious home call .  rest in perfect peace ,
Olasumbo Ayinke Falade

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Temitope
Posted by Yinka Falade on March 16, 2021
You said you wouldn't stay long I was thinking you were joking I corrected you not to say that again you said ok. I was afraid not to loose the best mother in world bcos no one can be like you maase bi iya kole dabi iya, your memory will never be forgotten your life has been a lesson to us, forever we love you we miss you we love you. I am very sure you and our creator knows the best I never believe I will bury you in the next 20years "well amu olododo lo shiwaju ojo ibi, afeo sugbon jesu feo juwalo (SAN ) Snr Abiamo of Nigeria Snr mother in isreal Olasunmbo ayinke falade continue to rest in the bossom of the Almighty
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