ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Oluwayemisi Oremosu. We will remember her forever.
Posted by edith Ginikanwa on February 9, 2021
My beloved Aunty Yemi
You were a mother and a disciplinarian, down to Earth and hardly holds a grudge. You always present it the way it is without fear nor favor. You will forever have an irreplaceable place in our hearts because you were always looking out for us all.
If I have my way I would wish you stayed longer with us because you were our mother indeed but who can question God.
Our consolation is that you were a child of God so we know you have gone to rest in God,a better place free of pain and suffering. Till we meet again in Glory, continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord. Adieu Aunty Yemisi
Posted by Wale Dada on February 9, 2021
Gone too soon, pain feel my heart writing this but I must do it. You her a pillars that unites the family. Your kind correction and firmness in doing it beyond my imagination. I remember how you had safe me from the anger of mummy with my stubbornness growing up. You given is beyond human comprehension even in your of pain you still take care of us and still blessed the kids. So painful cause Ebube, Tosin and Toyin keep fasting n praying during 21 days for your recovery.
But who are we to question God. I believe you staying with us is our gain. But going home is heaven gain. Thank you for loving me with all my short coming. I will forever miss your smile. Nobody to tell me how my life as a toddler was.
Sleep on my beloved second mother till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Vidah Anyiam on February 9, 2021
It's so sad that you are gone dear Yemisi. You fought a good fight. You kept your faith alive. One thing I learnt from you is keep believing in God no matter the circumstances. Rest on sweet soul.... You will be greatly missed. Rest on.
Posted by Adetokunbo Dada on February 9, 2021
A Rare Gem!!!
Sister mii, it took me time to write this because i was short of words.
Sister Yemi, you were a lover of God and man
My paragon of beauty
My fashionista sis
My partner in so many things. Sister mii,to know you is to love you.
Ha o mase!!! Oluwayemisi Arinpe I was privilege to tread this journey of your recovery with you and i was filled with so much faith and assurance that you will come out victorious .Waiting for your day of testimony. We disagreed many times, laughed much more times.you were a comedian, making everyone around you laugh. You have this unique smile that is infectious. You were a very strong woman and you proved it all thorough, you fought the good fight of faith. You were an unflinching giver, you still give even while on sick bed.your word "I am not a beggar" you were young @ heart, you were such a dancer.your neatness is second to none, you were such a dutiful wife, hmmm!!! You were a hustler and a lover. I have known you all my life has my mother's first and you filled that space while mum was here and while she's gone. "You always said i told mum and dad not to go yet because the vacuum is too wide for you to fill.you loved us, with all your being, you cared for us, you cherished us.
Sister mii, i wondered what caused the change that lead to where we are today, i watched you in your last few days helplessly, you were in pain but i couldn't help. I could only massage your shoulder.You blink @ me every time i had to talk to you.your last few days were tough for me, because i never want to let go. I have comfort that you are resting in the bosom of the Lord. Your baby miss you ,Daniella miss you so much, you will be forever missed sister mii. Sun re o
Posted by Mosunmade Aderele-Bisuga on February 8, 2021
Dearest Aunty Yemisi....hmmm..if only I had the power to bring you back!!!! Tears roll as I write this tribute but who are we to question God?!

I will never forget your selfless love and how you make sure I had breakfast before work started or the way you cared for my kids and even made sure I had bitter leaf water to reduce my sugar intake!

Oh, you were an angel in human form. I miss all our gists about how life should be and how you would advise me to continue to be good to those around me.

May you live on in the bossom of your maker my beautiful colleague turned Aunty. Adieu Aunty Yemisi!
Posted by awele marion on February 8, 2021
Sister Yemisi like I fondly called you. We met as colleagues but ended as Sisters. You are a rare gem, a woman with a large heart. You were committed to relationships. I still find it difficult to believe that you are no more believing that one day you will call my line and tell me you were only sleeping. Your faith in God was so strong, we both believe that you will conquer and testify some day.
 O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?.
Who are my to question our maker? Am rest assured you are resting in the bossom of the Lord. Adieu Sister Yemisi. Your Awele will miss you so dearly..
Posted by Abidemi Popoola on February 8, 2021
Hmmm Oluwayensi (as I fondly call you) our Olorièbi in Lagos what can I say about you?
Is it your generosity,
Is it your hearty laughter,
Is it your strength,
Is it your bluntness,
Is it your loyalty,
Is it your neatness,
Is it your Commitment, or
Your forebearance and forgiving nature that made others take advantage of you. Anti mi, you were a beautiful strong, loving and dedicated woman. You are loved and greatly missed ègbon mi.

I can only conclude by saying IF ONLY....
Posted by Bolanle Olaniji on February 7, 2021
How can you, Anti Yemisi be no more?????

Known you all my life, you were that elder sister that carried me the most as a toddler, how can I now come to terms with your demise?

We had so much fun memories together growing up in Jos…. I remember how Baba fondly called you Abiola ooooo…… you must have reunited with him and Mama too. Have you seen Mummy Eko and Daddy Eko too, your reunion must have been beautiful.

You had this infectious smile, beautiful, so giving, so generous, so forgiving and uncomfortable receiving, peace loving, so hard-working, super neat ….


Why so early, why did you go through so much pain, why did you endure so much, why did you not recover despite your fight… oh you fought so hard to live, … why…. why, so many why's ………questions i probably would never have answers to but your maker, our maker knows best.

Knowing you are resting, resting with your Lord and Savior Jesus Christ comforts us.

I love you so much, we your sibblings love you.  You will never be forgotten.

Rest, Rest in Peace Anti Yemisi mi owon, o digba, o di a rina ko loju ala.

Ipade di lese Jesu Kristi.
Posted by Franca Ajide on February 7, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MRS OLUWAYEMISI OREMUSU

A woman who was never self centered. You cared without prejudice towards many that crossed your path. You were a true friend who Believed in the truth and faithfulness of all things. You are gone from this Earth, what a great loss!
I am short of words,
What more can one say or write?.
I pray that God the most high grants you eternal rest.
Oluwayemisi Oremusu you came, you saw, you conquered. Death has been swallowed in victory . Adieu ma'am!
  
  ~Mr Ajide
Posted by Franca Ajide on February 7, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MRS YEMISI OREMUSU

Right from the time I knew you, you've been so dear to me. Yemisi was a lady with a very big heart, kind, caring, generous and loving.
The last time I saw you I didn't know the end had come. We love you, rest in the bossom if the Lord. I miss your prayers and reassurance of God's presence in our journey of life. I miss you calling me 'OGA MI!' , I miss your smile. Rest on my good friend.

 ~Mrs Franca Ajide
Posted by Sina Dada on February 7, 2021
Aunty Yemi , you took care of my siblings, I and my parents. You love us so much. You are a cheerful giver and selfless person. Your sacrifice cannot be forgotten. U guided and protected us. You are a hard working woman. Daniella miss u so much. I am devastated by your death. The memories we shared lingers on  I love u and miss u aunti mi o won. Adieu Aunty Yemi
Posted by Anu Ehiobu on February 6, 2021
Auntie Yemisi it feels like a dream that you're not here anymore. You have taken care of me from childhood. I had two mothers. What a privilege. I remember how mummy would report me to you. As you intervene mummy would lump you with me. You stood up for us. You protected us. You don't fight but when anyone touches us, Sister, kai you would go off. Aunty Yemi I can't believe you are gone.
I know where you are Sisto, ha Sister mi it is not goodbye ooo. There's nothing I won't do for you auntie Yemi. Your children misses you. Your impact is huge. Your vacuum is so big and felt. I miss your smile. You are so beautiful till we meet. Adieu my love.
Posted by BOLANLE ALAYANDE on February 7, 2021
Big mummy
From the very first day that i met you , you are always full of life, you were friendly not only to your friends but to everyone, you are a giver to a fault and never expect anything in return very hardworking and always want the best , i know you are in a better place now continue to rest with your maker till we meet to part no more (Daniella miss you so much)
Sleep on beloved

—Bola Dada
Posted by Gbolahan Oremosu on February 7, 2021
My Lover, my friend. My companion, my wife. You came into my life and gave it new meaning. Loved my with unwavering
devotion, loved God with utmost consistent attention. You made me a better person in so many ways. You called me Sweetie even when we argued. You cooked the best meals I ever tasted. Your smile is like no other, your touch, so kind so tender. You kept our home with a commitment that showed it constant cleanliness. Your departure leaves a vacuum that will be hard to fill. There's only one of your kind. You were brought up a diamond in the rough but you departed as a very rare gem. Fare thee well Oluwayemisi
Posted by Akin Dada on February 6, 2021
Sister Yemi, I have known you all my life . You were selfless and good to a fault. You saw and knew Daddy and Mummy the way we never did, you were a fighter even till your last breath. 
You loved us like no other, you cared for us and wanted the best for us. Life is but a dreamland , you will forever remain in our hearts . Cries cant bring you back . We love you Aunty Yemisi
Posted by Shade Osibodu on February 6, 2021
Aunty Yemisi,
What is life if not filled with surprises, pleasant and otherwise. You fought with every living breath to stay alive not because of yourself but because of your family. A testament to how altruistic your nature was. You lived, you loved very fiercely. You gave your all till there was nothing left to give. You were hardworking to a fault, putting everyone else before you.
May God in His mercies comfort the family you left behind and grant us the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.
You will be sorely missed. Adieu till we meet again.

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Posted by edith Ginikanwa on February 9, 2021
My beloved Aunty Yemi
You were a mother and a disciplinarian, down to Earth and hardly holds a grudge. You always present it the way it is without fear nor favor. You will forever have an irreplaceable place in our hearts because you were always looking out for us all.
If I have my way I would wish you stayed longer with us because you were our mother indeed but who can question God.
Our consolation is that you were a child of God so we know you have gone to rest in God,a better place free of pain and suffering. Till we meet again in Glory, continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord. Adieu Aunty Yemisi
Posted by Wale Dada on February 9, 2021
Gone too soon, pain feel my heart writing this but I must do it. You her a pillars that unites the family. Your kind correction and firmness in doing it beyond my imagination. I remember how you had safe me from the anger of mummy with my stubbornness growing up. You given is beyond human comprehension even in your of pain you still take care of us and still blessed the kids. So painful cause Ebube, Tosin and Toyin keep fasting n praying during 21 days for your recovery.
But who are we to question God. I believe you staying with us is our gain. But going home is heaven gain. Thank you for loving me with all my short coming. I will forever miss your smile. Nobody to tell me how my life as a toddler was.
Sleep on my beloved second mother till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Vidah Anyiam on February 9, 2021
It's so sad that you are gone dear Yemisi. You fought a good fight. You kept your faith alive. One thing I learnt from you is keep believing in God no matter the circumstances. Rest on sweet soul.... You will be greatly missed. Rest on.
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