This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dr Olufunke Jibowu 49 years old , born on April 20, 1967 and passed away on June 21, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Ademola Davies on June 22, 2019
May your gentle soul continue to rest in Peace..
Posted by Chinyere Ekechuku Onosode on June 21, 2019
Jives... Missing you Always
Posted by Oluwatoyin Adebanjo on June 21, 2019
You are forever on our mind. Sleep on sis. We shall meet to path no more
Posted by Kelechi on June 20, 2019
You live on in our memories.
Posted by Buki Adeyemo on April 21, 2019
Forever in our hearts
Posted by BJ Novsky on June 22, 2018
2 years and still strongly in our memories. You will always be missed and never forgotten. Still remember your calm manner, beautiful smile and just pleasant sole. What you lacked in years you more than compensated in character. May God give us the ability to continue to bear your loss. May your family have the strength to hold on until one day when we "shall all be in one accord". God bless you and your soul, forever...
Posted by Chinyere Ekechuku Onosode on April 21, 2018
Missing you.. until we see again
Posted by Uzo Connie Obiekwe on April 20, 2018
Rest on dear friend ! Always in my thoughts .
Posted by Ngozi Ifezue-nnadi on June 22, 2017
Always on my mind. Still unbelievable.
Posted by Olumide Amos-Oluwole on June 21, 2017
Always in our thoughts, Funke. Rest on in the bossom of our Lord.
Posted by Uzo Connie Obiekwe on June 21, 2017
May the Good Lord continue to grant you peace in his kingdom !
Posted by Chinyere Ekechuku Onosode on June 21, 2017
Jives. It's been a year. Remain Blessed in Heaven until we meet again .
Always Missed
Posted by Wole Abe on April 29, 2017
Your smile was infectious and calming every time.
We worked together in ikeja in 93. I just thought to search for you and to my complete suprise and sadness I learnt of your demise.
May your soul Rest In Peace. May God give your family the fortitude to bear this loss!
Posted by BJ Novsky on April 20, 2017
You will never be forgotten, Funke Jibowu.

You are now in the comfort of the Almighty God.May he continue to give you peace and eternal rest.
Posted by Ademola Davies on April 20, 2017
You would have been 50 years today but u had to leave us. We love you but God loves you best... continue to rest in the Lord.
Posted by Oluwatoyin Adebanjo on April 20, 2017
Didun ni iranti olododo. You are celebrated sis even though you are no more with us in flesh. Rest on sis
Posted by Chinyere Ekechuku Onosode on April 20, 2017
Missing you. Always.
Posted by Uzo Connie Obiekwe on April 20, 2017
As I light a Birthday candle for you today , I will never forget the good times and all those cakes you baked me .Rest on my dear friend till we meet again. You are missed and loved ❤
Posted by Ayopeju N on April 20, 2017
Dearest Dr J, continue to rest in the bosom of your maker. Miss you dearly

Posted by Oluwayemisi Samuel on August 17, 2016
May your gentle soul rest in Peace. I can't stop thinking about your beautiful smiles and the good times we had together. A wonderful mentor - gone so soon. Thanks for being there! Till we meet at the feet of the Lord bye.......
Posted by Oyemi Solola on July 3, 2016
So gentle. Rest in perfect peace Funke.
Posted by Sade Onyia on July 2, 2016
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen. Sade (Lijadu) Onyia
Posted by Kunle Ogunde on July 1, 2016
Funke, gone too soon.

The Medilag jewel of a soul

Two and half decades since we all thronged out Medilag New Great Hall

Took our oat to "do no harm"

Taking away with us great ideals 

Walking out into the world unknown 

Biding each other goodbye and goodluck

Oblivious it was our last together 

Our sojourn pulling apart thereof 

Our ways diverting in this unforgiving world 

Our hearts finding emerging new focus

Many of the old memories dropped

The special memories of Medilag, Idi-Araba surpressed

The ideals of Idi-Araba many adandoned

Clearly Funke did not

Testimonies of Funke's life bear witness

The words of many speak for themselves

Funke held firmly to those great ideals

Many have testified to her selflessness 

Many speak of her unrivalled generosity 

Her avid committment is consistently attested to

Commited to friends, family and strangers 

Committed to humanity 

Committed to God; importantly so

God will not abandon his own

He prepared the passage for Funke

God rekindled the ties and bonds of those great Medilag years

Just in time for Funke's passing on

A reunion which many thought was for later activities

Could it be God's set up?

The speed and enthusiasm of the Medilag reunion 

It could only be God's set up

Our coming together again just days before Funke's transition

I believe this is God's set up

And we now know better

Yes a divine set for a special woman of God

Funke, our Medilag rose

You certainly lived a good and dedicated life

Not just like a candle in the wind

May your gentle soul rest in real perfect peace.

We will never walk alone.

Adieu my classmate, friend, colleague and Sister in the Lord 

Farewell Funke.

Really gone too soon.

Adieu, the darling daughter of Jibowu.

Till we meet to part no more. 

-Kunle Ogunde 
Posted by Yinka Taiwo on July 1, 2016
Dear Funke, it is amazing how time flew by since graduation. Even though that was the last time I saw you, I felt a sense of loss and sadness hearing about your sudden passing. May God send his Holy Spirit to comfort your family and loved ones. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Ebele Chira on July 1, 2016
You clearly touched many lives during your time in this life, a time that was cut much too short in the minds of all of us that knew you. I am glad to have trained with you those years past and I wish we could have met up at least one more time in this life. But I know you are resting in the bosom of the Lord, a thought that offers some consolation. Farewell gentle soul.
Posted by Ijeoma Van-Lare on July 1, 2016
Funke, finally, I found the courage to write something here. The journey to accepting that you have left this realm was long and tortuous. Thank you for making me your friend. We did not see very often recently, but when we did, you once again were my 'Aunty Funke' and I was your 'niece'. I don't know how this our aunty-niece relationship started in Queens College, but it lasted over 30 years of our knowing each other. I will never forget you. I am so glad you are at rest with our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. That's why I'm comforted and confident that we will see each other again. Bye Aunty.
Posted by Nafisah Wali-Omar on June 30, 2016
Jives.....still remember seeing the news flash on my screen of 'the death of Funke' and I kept saying to myself please God not Jives only to open the thread and it was 'you'...Utter shock, darkness, disbelief, denial all at once. Kept thinking why all day....but we are mere mortals. Goodbye & rest in peace.........
Posted by Grace Iwajomo on June 29, 2016
My dear SIL, Sissy Funke, 'twas a shock to hear of ur demise. Each time we see, twas always "e kasan aunty, how is uncle". So sad you are gone too soon. Redeemed Trinity Tabernacle parish will forever remember your contributions to the growth of the church. May your gentle soul rest in peace with the Lord, Amen
Posted by Tolu Oyesanya on June 29, 2016
Dear sister,

It was a shocking news to hear considering your profession and your way of life. But i see this as a clear indication that the Almighty God love you most!!!

Continue to rest in the blossom of your creator.
Posted by Bisi Ogunbase on June 29, 2016
Funke, it's almost unbelievable but it's've gone home!
I remember u way back in QC- simple quiet and with such an amiable personality, and u remained the same.
I pray God upholds your entire family, strengthen and comfort them all.
Good nite. .. ... .... .....
Posted by Kemi Layinka-Awe on June 29, 2016
Rest in perfect peace
Posted by Dolapo Ogundehin on June 29, 2016
Rest in the peace of God. You will be sorely missed. God will grant your family, friends and all loved ones the fortitude to bear the pain of your absence.
Posted by Idowu Oyedeji on June 28, 2016
Dr Jibowu!!! Your death is one too much for the entire project, for me I will miss you dearly,A great leader, caring woman and ever smiling,I have only known you for 9 months, but seem like ages.I was waiting for you to come to work on Tuesday to give you your ipele and thank you for the plenty chocolates you dropped on my desk the previous day.It is very hard to let your memories go,but I pray God grants the entire family the fortitude to bear this huge loss.Love you and pray God blesses your soul dear Dr.Funke!!
Posted by Oluwatoyin Adebanjo on June 28, 2016
Our own dear sister Funke,

Who wont have something to say about you, it should be someone who never knew you because all those who knew you both from a distance or closely do have a lot to say about you. Your departure is indeed a sad one but the JOY in it is that you are with our Savior, Jesus Christ. We love you but God loves you more. Rest on sis till we meet to part no more. Amen. Oluwatoyin (Trinity Tabernacle)
Posted by Kelechi Enweruzo-Amaefule on June 28, 2016
You will forever be remembered.

Adieu "my personal person" (as we call ourselves)
Posted by Kola Falayajo on June 28, 2016
Shocked!!! to say the least, when I heard yesterday. But then it is comforting to know that she is with the Lord, the memory of the Just is blessed. May God comfort, family, friends, colleagues, everyone affected.
Posted by Anthonia Ibeme on June 28, 2016
Beloved Sister,

I do not know you a lot; but i cannot forget in a hurry, the beautiful smile with which you greeted me each time our path crossed in the office. I wish i had spoken more to you and enjoyed more of those smiles; then perhaps i wouldn't feel this sad. Continue to rest in the Bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Funke Olufunke on June 28, 2016
Sleep well anty...goodbye..
Posted by Lara Badmus on June 28, 2016
Dear Funke,

Good nite Doc. We will see again because we believe in Christ and the resurrection. RIP at His bosom.
Posted by Abayomi Ajigini on June 28, 2016
Gone too soon but with indelible memories in our hearts of the times we shared while being trained at that great citadel of learning called College of Medicine. What a gentle soul....a tear for the journey
Posted by Evelyn Ngige on June 28, 2016
Dear Funke, news of your death came as a rude shock.We'll miss your smiling face and pleasant disposition.May the good Lord who has deemed it fit to take you away from us at this time grant u bliss in His Heavenly kingdom.Adieu dear one.
Posted by Bayo Adeyemi on June 27, 2016
"Rest in perfect peace"
Posted by Obi Agbanusi on June 27, 2016
This news came as a great shock to me. I remember our conversation on your birthday and how we planned my future wedding. You would be greatly missed Aunty Funke. May your blessed soul rest in perfect peace. Adieu Ma
Posted by Ayopeju N on June 27, 2016
..."Joy is the settled assurance that God is in control of all details of our lives, the quiet confidence that ultimately everything will be alright and the determined choice to praise God in every situation (Kay Warren).....miss you so my dearest Dr Jay ....Goodnight.
Ayopeju Njideaka
Posted by Kola Oyediran on June 27, 2016
Her heart and her kindness will always be remembered. Dr, Olufunke Jibowu left a legacy of love, and she was a beautiful example of how to live life. Rest in perfect peace
Posted by Labo Desalu on June 26, 2016
Hard to process this. Praying for the entire family at this difficult time for comfort and peace. She will be greatly missed.
Posted by Deji Sorinmade on June 26, 2016
Adieu Funke, you will be missed.

We pray that those you have left behind experience peace and comfort from God.
Wunmi and Deji Sorinmade
Posted by Buki Adeyemo on June 26, 2016
Still in shock and sad. No words can articulate how I feel. You will be missed.
Posted by Olakunbi Onime on June 25, 2016
Dear Funke, I remember your beautiful smile along the corridors of prefab. May our Lord comfort and strengthen those you left behind.
Rest in peace
Posted by BJ Novsky on June 25, 2016
Will miss u,Funke. U will never be forgotten.
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Posted by Ademola Davies on June 22, 2019
May your gentle soul continue to rest in Peace..
Posted by Chinyere Ekechuku Onosode on June 21, 2019
Jives... Missing you Always
Posted by Oluwatoyin Adebanjo on June 21, 2019
You are forever on our mind. Sleep on sis. We shall meet to path no more
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By Tewobola..

Shared by Funke Olufunke on June 28, 2016

Anty Sleep well, you have paid your dues. Really sad writing this for you, too short a time spent with you. 

I will never forget your kind words, advises and the way you laugh. Your support brought me this far. 

Good bye Anty Lammiiiii..hard to say anyway but I have to say it. 

What Will Be Said About Me

Shared by Oluwatoyin Adebanjo on June 28, 2016

Dear Sis,

In the bathroom this morning, as i kept asking myself why you had to live now, so many thoughts were in my mind and head but the pressing one was ''WHAT WILL BE SAID ABOUT ME WHEN ITS MY TURN TO GO''. Death is certain but we all need to check ourselves. So much has been said about our dear sister Funke and they are not cooked up stories, they are the truth and nothing but the truth. Will i get 1% of this?, Hmmmmm

Rest on Sis  

My Sister. My Friend

Shared by Chinyere Ekechuku Onosode on June 23, 2016


We started off  as roomates in school (and remained roomates for the duration of medical school)  but transitioned into friends and then sisters.

Beautiful, Generous, Gentle but firm when necessary. Witty, Smart as a tack. Dependable. No drama but yet that wonderful complexity to your sweet simplicity. Your self confidence which could not help but manifest externally in your own unique steady stride. The elegance with which  you carried yourself... 

I have no one story set in time but rather a continual one because Funke, you gave me a home away from home for my 8 years plus in Lagos. You and your family  welcomed me graciously and made my time in school painless. You were always there for me, for my Mom in my absence.  I just had to call. 

Last October, I couldnt see you but spoke to you from your house in Ikeja while you were in Abuja.  I am just so glad I got to talk to you a few weeks ago.

Why did this happen?  Knowing that you trusted in the Lord and that it was His decision, I have no choice but to accept his will.

My prayer is that  God will give Mummy, Remi, Toyin and Fola and the rest of your family and friends, the strenght to cope with your passing on. May we all take heart knowing that one day, we will meet again where there will be no sorrow or parting of ways but rather a resumption of where we left off. Until then Jives.