Let the memory of OLUSEGUN be with us forever
  • 37 years old
  • Born on September 18, 1975 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on November 15, 2012 in North Carolina, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Olusegun Amao 37 years old , born on September 18, 1975 and passed away on November 15, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 15th November 2017
Gone but never to be forgotten... You will always be missed on this side of eternity my brother.
Posted by Femi Amao on 15th November 2017
'And before the throne of Grace For you and for me Raging at the snuffling of the lights I take a knee. Mother, even this, shall pass.' http://olusegunamao.com
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 18th September 2017
O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? We have victory through our lord Jesus Christ. Continue to rest in His bosom my brother...
Posted by Femi Amao on 18th September 2017
I counted the days gained And bless Him for grace I note the days lost And look forward to His infinity May the day come.
Posted by Mayowa Familua on 16th November 2016
Segun my brother.... I can't believe it's 4 years already. Rest on in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ till we meet to part no more. We miss you. Lara & mayowa
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 15th November 2016
Sweet memories like awesome aroma that just lingers. You are missed dearly everyday for the past four years. I am blessed with the aroma of your life that lingers.
Posted by Femi Amao on 15th November 2016
As we always acknowledge, our story, our future is not in human hand. In the little time that we have here, may we live with it with dignity in the understanding that nothing endures in this life.
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 18th September 2016
Segeeee......See you when I get there.
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 18th September 2016
As the days roll by, the time draws near when we shall meet again to catch up, hang out and part no more..
Posted by Femi Amao on 18th September 2016
The times are continually changin’ We are waiting Lost in its ambiguity Waiting for clarity Seeking clues In the infinity of Space? Quantum consciousness? Lost lost lost Your little one innocently as: ‘Is my daddy on the phone?’ 18/09/2016
Posted by Femi Amao on 17th November 2015
The Secret Sits - (Poem by Robert Frost) We dance round in a ring and suppose, But the Secret sits in the middle and knows
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 16th November 2015
Still missing you my dear brother!!!
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 18th September 2015
40 yrs. ago today, a true great/gentle man was born. Its still a day to be cherished. Your early departure has left a void that no man can fill. I will still celebrate your life because you are one of a kind.
Posted by Femi Amao on 18th September 2015
And what might have been, brother…Our hope remains in Him who created the heavens and the earth. Soon and very soon, we shall be together in His presence and part no more.
Posted by Mayowa Familua on 24th November 2014
My brother, Still like a dream.... Your memory lives on. How can we forget you, though your stay was short, it was impactful...Rest on my dear friend.
Posted by Femi Amao on 17th November 2014
Reborn I see you I see you getting well again I see you I see you walking again I see you, soul brother I see you getting back again In the wee hours I see you you pristine I see you and will see you again After I shed this weight To travel at the speed of light Just like you. Here things are always changing I shall see you there Where all change come to rest.
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 15th November 2014
Still missing you.....
Posted by Bosun Amao on 15th November 2014
I remember back in my Nursery school, my first experience of going to a formal school. Dad dropped us in school and drove off for other engagements. I cried that I didn't want to stay in school. Segun could not hold it nor watch me crying and so he brought out his pocket money with mine took me back home in a cab, then walked back to school. Yes, he walked back from Kulende area in Ilorin to Kwara poly. Not sure but that is about 4km. That was the kind of love he showed to me right from my early days, he was indeed a mentor to me. Two years on since you left us and sincerely its been so tough but in all we give glory to God for your life. Sleep on bro till we meet to part no more. http://olusegunamao.com/
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 18th September 2014
Boy.... still painful to come to terms with. I have to constantly imagine that you traveled and won't coming back soon. That however turns out to be the truth because you have only gone ahead of me in the journey. I guess you must have known that your journey her would be relatively brief and you packed it with some much beauty and goodness. Your are such a blessing and a gift that keeps giving even when you are gone. I will be forever grateful to God for enriching my life with you.
Posted by Femi Amao on 18th September 2014
When a star dies When a star dies A baby is born? When a man dies A star is given? If you’ve lost someone So special and so dear And you wonder… Look to the heavens Remember the source of your blood in the decay of radioactive nickel Manufactured in stellar explosions Find him in the sun Surrounded by the stars Our loved ones gone home Maybe that is why we dream And in dreams we discover How we see from up, looking down. (On Segun’s 39th birthday –We will never forget) Femi, Sept 2014
Posted by Banji Olatinwo on 4th September 2014
Your passing remains a very big scar in the hearts of all that knew you and even many-like myself-that never met you. I am a friend of Bosun, your Brother and was pleased and driven by your giant strides in life...Then suddenly, death crept in like a thief in the night and took you away from us. May the Good Lord continue to strengthen your family and friends to bear the anguish of your loss. Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Femi Amao on 15th November 2013
The bits have fallen out of place And impossible to put back the pieces But we have learnt to play the cards that life dealt Smiling through our anguish Because that is the randomness that life is. We will never forget.......
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 15th November 2013
Sege, can't believe its been a year since you left. Its been a difficult and painful one. I don't know what to say, I know you are fine over there, but you are badly missed down here. I dearly miss your kindness and wisdom..........You are one of a kind.
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 18th September 2013
Happy birthday my brother and friend... Thanks for all the good times, the joys, laughter, fun, wisdom and insight that you brought into my life. Your departure left a huge hole in my heart but thank God that its only for a while and soon I will also be home.
Posted by Femi Amao on 18th September 2013
Happy 38th Birthday On this day, years ago, you were born We shall always remember The joy that you brought to us The smile that you brought to our hearts The pride that your life is to us Every love song reminds us of you We yearn for the day When we are brought together again At the feet of the Holy one
Posted by Bosede Adebayo on 27th June 2013
Concerning Segun….We are still at a loss for words. Your gentle smile and your quiet brilliance will not be forgotten. Dear Eno, May God be to you a light continually, May He hold you dear when you are lonely and May He cheer you when you are down. He will never leave you. Ayodeji and Bosede Adebayo
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 26th June 2013
You are dearly missed..........................
Posted by Folasade Ogunye-Apanpa on 30th May 2013
Good night Dear One! Although I didn't know you in life ( your brother, Femi was a classmate of mine), yet your virtues in life shines through and through as shown by those that knew u. I cannot imagine what your loved ones went through at your passing but Iam glad that you knew your God. I pray that time will help dull the pain even as your memories remain fresh. Sleep on in God's bossom!
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 15th May 2013
6 months gone and the sweet memories of your life are still fresh and powerful, but the pain is equally deep and real. Looking forward to the great reunion.
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 15th February 2013
Its now three months since you went ahead of us. The pain is still fresh but the sweet aroma of you life still fills my mind. I will forever treasure the memories of our time together.
Posted by Tomi Tega on 30th November 2012
So sad. So shocking. Why is all this happening? May God comfort the family. This is Bisi Onoviran. I cant get on the site with my own email.
Posted by Ayoola Oladejo on 29th November 2012
Dear friend.I am still yet to come to terms with your demise. You were a true and loyal friend. I remember all the precious moments we shared together in the last 18 years and the last call you made to me just to say hello and goodbye. I miss you so sorely and I pray God will keep the wonderful family you left behind. You lived a good and a great life. Keep resting in the arms of the Lord.
Posted by Jamie Egbujo on 25th November 2012
Your life blessed our family in so many ways. Wish we had more time to spend with you. I'm so thankful to God for the love He shared through you. You will be missed terribly, but only for a short while and then we will meet again. To God be all the glory.
Posted by Chijioke Egbujo on 20th November 2012
My dearest friend and brother! You are a rare gem in every respect. I am devastated that you are gone so soon, but I thank God for bringing you into my life. It is a blessing and a privilege to have been your friend, you improved my life in innumerable ways. I will forever miss you. Rest in the Lord until we meet to part no more.

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