ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Oluwatosin Ogun. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Adenike Onokpasah on February 2, 2019
This is really a great loss to the entire Ogun family. Bro Tosin aka Kisky...was a man in a million. All smiles, very supportive, loving, extremely generous always ready to give the best advice. He was a goldfish! His presence lights up the room. What can I say... we all loved him but our God loves him more. May his good soul rest in perfect peace. Amen....
Posted by Abimbola Soyode on January 30, 2019
I have so many fond memories of Brother Tosin, his days in University and how often he spent time in our home . He had a fantastic relationship with my dad and showed us so much love .. we all were his aburos .His dancing skills, his laughter . He was a jolly good fellow with a kind and generous heart . I’m deeply hurt by his death, I just assumed we would all grow till old age but God had a different plan. I love you bro but God loves you more. I’ll forever cherish you memories. Rest in perfect peace brother . Till we meet to part no more .
Posted by Sina Akinsanya on January 29, 2019
Tosin was very kind hearted, easy going and accommodating. He was a true and reliable friend. He will missed by all who know him particularly his family. Adieu Tosin. May the Lord Almighty grant his gentle soul eternal rest.
Posted by Ogun Family on January 29, 2019
I really can’t find the right words to express my relationship with Kisky
Even though Kisky was technically my cousin he was not just a cousin he was more like a brother to me .Kisky your departure has left a big void in my heart which cannot be filled. Kisky and I grew up together more or else in the same household and lived in the same apartment . We had same set of friends and went to the same parties .kisky and I had so much in common
Kisky I remember all the fun times we had together and all our dreams . I remember our secondary, high school and college days . We sure did have a lot of fun together. Those were great times and I would cherish them forever.Even though you’re no longer with us your memory still lives on in my heart
I would surely miss you my Brother. May you soul rest in the bosom of the lord . Till we meet again adieu
Moji Adekunbi
Posted by Ogunbowale Bunmi on January 27, 2019
My dearest Tosin(kisky), how the beloved gone. You are very dear to me. You were always there for me in my time of needs. You always acted like a big brother to me even though we are age mate. I remember vividly when we were in England, when l had my daughter, you virtually took over the financial aspect of the naming ceremony. The last time l was in NY, you sent money to me .You are such a Nice, Humble, Kind-hearted and down to earth cousin. You are one of my favourite cousin. Just recently, l had a video chat with you last year December 18th 2018, not knowing that it would be last chat with you. I was devastated when I heard about your demise. I am still not myself up till now. I am in shock. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace Kisky. We love you but God loves you most. Sun re oo, my darling cousin.
Your Cousin
Tutu
Posted by Oye Bobo on January 26, 2019
You will truly be missed big cousin. A gentle soul you were. Many fond memories of you takes me back to when you visited me in Nigeria with only a couple of weeks to travel to England to join family and you offered advice that still illuminates my path till today. You were in deed a light to my path and will forever remain a light in the lives of many like me. You were gone too soon and we miss you but comforted by the thought of you been in a better place. My deepest condolences at your loss and may the light of your blessed memories continue to guide us in your ascension to eternal peace. Rest in peace Kisky. By Oyebola Ogunfowokan
Posted by Samuel Adekunbi on January 25, 2019
Brother Tosin was a very good man and an excellent cousin. I love him like a brother and he was there for me in both the US and Canada.
When I came to the US in 1996, he was the one that came to pick me up at the airport. I spent the next 2.5 months at his house with his wife and kids in Staten Island NY. He gave me advice and got me settled.
In 2008, he moved to Canada and we lived together for a year. He was a very peaceful and supportive person that I did not find any issues with him.
For the 5 years we spent together in Canada, he was there for me and my family and resolved disputes in my household. I will surely miss him and may his soul rest in perfect peace amen
Samuel Adekunbi

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Posted by Adenike Onokpasah on February 2, 2019
This is really a great loss to the entire Ogun family. Bro Tosin aka Kisky...was a man in a million. All smiles, very supportive, loving, extremely generous always ready to give the best advice. He was a goldfish! His presence lights up the room. What can I say... we all loved him but our God loves him more. May his good soul rest in perfect peace. Amen....
Posted by Abimbola Soyode on January 30, 2019
I have so many fond memories of Brother Tosin, his days in University and how often he spent time in our home . He had a fantastic relationship with my dad and showed us so much love .. we all were his aburos .His dancing skills, his laughter . He was a jolly good fellow with a kind and generous heart . I’m deeply hurt by his death, I just assumed we would all grow till old age but God had a different plan. I love you bro but God loves you more. I’ll forever cherish you memories. Rest in perfect peace brother . Till we meet to part no more .
Posted by Sina Akinsanya on January 29, 2019
Tosin was very kind hearted, easy going and accommodating. He was a true and reliable friend. He will missed by all who know him particularly his family. Adieu Tosin. May the Lord Almighty grant his gentle soul eternal rest.
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Biography

Our beloved, Prince Oluwatosin Adetola Ogun, fondly referred to as "Kisky" was born on August 7, 1962, to Senior Evangelist Elijah Adewale and Mrs. Margaret IgbekeleOluwa Ogun of Ala- Ijebu, Ogun State, Nigeria. Tosin was a descendant of two royal families - the royal Ogunbowale family of Ala - Ijebu and the royal Ogunrin family of Ijebu - Omu. 

Tosin was a scholar. He completed his primary, secondary, and high school education in Lagos, Nigeria. He earned his Bachelors degree in Agriculture Forestry from the University of Ibadan. Tosin later earned a certification from the prestige Federal School and Technical College, Yaba. 

In pursuit of a better life, Tosin left Nigeria in 1986 for the United Kingdom and subsequently to the United States where he lived for over two decades. While in the United States, Tosin lived in New York City and Florida, where he raised his three handsome sons - Olamide, Femi, and Timilenyi. Tosin was a serial entrepreneurial, he owned an Adult Care facility in Florida, a plumbing company, and he also served as a business mentor to many by sharing ideas freely, by sharing his business venture successes and "failures" as learning and growing experiences, he also invested in the businesses of family and friends here and in Nigeria.

Tosin later moved to Toronto, Canada. While in Canada, Tosin remained fervent in the faith and continued his personal relationship with his maker. He was a member of RCCG House of Praise. He worked for York Region School district until his illness. He loved and was loved and supported by his colleagues and students that he mentored.

A few words to describe Tosin are - incredibly generous, family oriented, loving, caring, and free-spirited. He was loved by all those he came in contact with. He was known for his kindness, humility, sense of humor, smile, soft-spoken, peaceful and reserved attitude. He saw the good in any and everyone. He was a peacemaker who withdrew himself from any situation where there was tension or friction. His positive and peaceful spirit was so contagious. 

Tosin loved listening to music, he was a sports fanatic, he enjoyed traveling & exploring new cities, and he enjoyed networking and attending social gatherings during his free time. Tosin loved God, he was a prayer warrior it was rare for him to miss any of his weekly prayer calls with his siblings. He was the family treasurer and secretary, he was the glue that kept the family together.

 To cherish his memory are his wonderful children, his wife, his aged mother, brothers (Dr. Wale Ogun and Leke Ogun), sisters (Dcns. Bola Adeboyejo and Mrs. Funke Emego), in-laws, aunties & uncles, countless of cousins, nieces, nephews, friends, co-workers, and all those that he touched. 

Tosin we all loved you, but God loves you more. In the words of Paul in 2 Corinthians 5:8, "We are confident, Yes, well pleased rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord".

Rest Beloved, in the bosom of our King. Omo Ramuja Olubiyo, Omo Olubilutan, Omo a Ke Nugbo Keru Aa Ara Ona.

Sun Re O...


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