Let the memory of Oluyomi Victoria be with us forever.
  • 39 years old
  • Born on May 31, 1980 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on September 12, 2019 in Lagos, Nigeria.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Oluyomi Victoria (née Adeyemi-Wilson) 39 years old , born on May 31, 1980 and passed away on September 12, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Vivien Isioma on November 8, 2019
To think I am just learning about this hurts so much.
We never met but you were a huge part of my childhood; you being on TV.
Saturday nights were a big deal for me wanting to watch what "Uzie" had up her sleeves.
It hurts more so to know you passed away on my birthday.
Continue to rest in peace dearest.
Posted by Titilayo Jimoh on October 19, 2019
Oh Yomi, what can I say, I was just going through Facebook and saw a memorial on your sister Kemi's page. I remember you and your sisters in Unilag, your beautiful eyes. I cannot believe you are gone. I pray God console your family.
Posted by Bolanle Awodimibola on October 2, 2019
I extend my sympathy to Yomi's parents, siblings and husband and pray God grant to the fortitude to bear the lost. God will comfort you all amen
Posted by Bolanle Awodimibola on October 2, 2019
Yomi,you lived a very short life with great memories.

Posted by Olutoyin Fasugba on September 25, 2019
"Daddy, please tell my class teacher that the part of viola am playing in 'twelfth night' should not be given to someone else". Uzie was abducted by a woman always dressed as a man in that episode of 'third eye' and viola is a female character in Shakespeare 'twelfth night' always dressed as a man. Of course there was no rehearsal in her school and she wasn't playing any character, it was just a hint to help solve the case

but Uzie unravelled the case and the case was solved by Idafa and Idafa. I had never read 'twelfth night' then, I had to rush and get a copy just to make sure there was a viola always dressed as a man. Yomi, you might not know me, but young you were then, you impacted on lives. Sleep on beloved, till we meet to part no more
Posted by Adejumoke Ademiluyi -Ajal... on September 24, 2019
Dear Yomi, indeed you will forever be missed. With your gentle tone and your smiley self. Its real sad that you have gone because i truly believed the best, but God knows best as you have gone to rest. I thank God for your life as indeed you impacted lives very early in your life. Rest on dear as you rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Dupe Oye on September 24, 2019
Perhaps they are not the stars,
but rather openings in Heaven
where the love of our lost 1,s
pours through and shines down
upon us to let us know that are happy.

What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us."

"The Remembrance of the good done those we have loved is the only consolation when we have lost them." -

A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Please accept our condolences to Ms Oluyomi Victoria Olaniyi Toluwalope
Posted by Francis Daniel on September 23, 2019
I extend my deepest sympathies to your family and May your soul be at peace with our Heavenly Father.
Posted by Francis Daniel on September 23, 2019
I extend my deepest sympathies to your family and May your soul be at peace with our Heavenly Father.
Posted by Olu Verheijen on September 23, 2019
Oluyomi - God saved you, gave you victory and blessed you. You fought hard and overcame so much that we only saw brighter days ahead. This feels like being sucker punched. I learned a lot about strength and resilience by just watching you live your life. This is difficult to accept and only God can comfort Niyi and the rest of the family so we turn to Him, again. You have been set free of your physical limitations and you are somewhere dancing with the angels. We miss you but I know death has no victory your indomitable spirit - it lives on.

Sun re o Oluyomi.
Posted by Oludare Talabi on September 22, 2019
I am very very sad to hear of this, I trust God that HE will strengthen and consol your family at this time, my prayers are with you and your family
Posted by Ayodeji Gbodi on September 22, 2019
My dearest yomi,
As I write this tribute to you I am in great shock as I scroll through our last chats, I just sent you a message in disbelieve expecting a response, please this one wish reply my message, you never gave any indication you were going through health challenges, I feel pained that I didn't get to see you before you transited, but I am comforted with your last words to me, Yomsy !! I'll forever miss your bluntness, your heart of gold, your forgiving spirit and your infectious designer smile, what we have lost heaven has gained, rest on my dear friend and sister, may God grant us the fortitude to bear this great loss, it's too heavy, but God knows best, may your soul rest in perfect peace at the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ
Posted by Femi Adeyemi on September 22, 2019
Your sis kemi was my course mate and class mate way back in Unilag. You referred to me as "kuzin". May the Lord be with your families.
Rest on Yomi.

Posted by Oluwaseun Akinbobola on September 20, 2019
I recall your several visits to the hospital and how we eventually became friends.
After I left Reddington to set up my dental practice, you reached out to me via email and asked me to schedule a dental appointment for you. I told you it was not necessary, but you insisted.
I could tell you were just happy for me that I had become an entrepreneur and wanted to show your support..........i got the message. It meant a lot to me.
Even with your medical challenge, you never lost your smile. You were always cheerful.
As your dentist, my final words to you are "Keep Smiling, Keep Shining" ...Jesus loves you
Posted by Adebanjo Adeniji on September 20, 2019
Third Eye had a great impact in my life- i have since been addicted to crime tv series because of the programme and doing well in writing too. thank you for being a great part of my life.
it hurts when the only way to acknowledge people for the impact they have had in your life is when they are no more.
i pray your family and loved ones find the strength, through the Holy Spirit, to move on.
Sleep on dear...
Posted by Buki Olarewaju on September 20, 2019
Yomi, I knew you before I ever met you, like most people it was through the TV show you appeared in.
You were so comfortable on screen and inspired young people like me to be curious and explorative in ones environment.

Though we were not direct friends, you were admired and well thought of as I saw you quite often in Moremi Hall.
You radiated elegance and a peaceful demeanor with a dazzling smile.

Through the years these thoughts have not changed and will never change since you are now alive with Jesus Christ

Pray God grant your soul eternal rest.
Posted by Oyeniyi Oluwaseun on September 20, 2019
The angels looked down from heaven one night.
They searched for miles afar,
And deep within the distance
They could see a shining star.

They knew that very instant
That the star was theirs to gain,
So they took you up to heaven,
Forever to remain.

Look down on us from heaven.
Keep us free from hurt and pain.
You'll always be within my heart
Until we meet again.
Posted by Jo A on September 20, 2019
This is so hard to write. I cannot believe you’re gone. You were a good good friend come rain or shine. I remember when we were both planning our weddings and the challenges we faced. I always wished I had half the patience and grace you had. Death is rude! But I rejoice that you’re at peace and now in my future darling Yomi. See you in heaven! Sun re o!!!
Posted by Rotimi Leigh on September 20, 2019
Dear Yomi,

This is so hard to write.

We have known each other for a very long time. We went through Queens College and law school together. I remember you always making fun of me when I used to get the lyrics of songs wrong. I will really miss the way you laugh.

We had so many conversations about life, work, love and I will also cherish them.

You were a good friend. We never argued. Maybe only about who baked cakes better.

I still cannot believe you're gone. The last time I saw you was when you came to see me when my daughter was born and you brought a gift. I remember you being worried about me liking the gift.But the funny thing is that my daughter still plays with that gift 8 years later. I really wish I took a picture then. But then I never knew that was the last time we will see each other.

Yomi, I will forever remember and miss you. I Love you!

This poem is dedicated to you, Yomi.

Have a merry time in heaven.

Since the loss of you,
I've learned to live for each day
And take it as a blessing,
Knowing it may not always be this way.

Since the loss of you,
I've learned that when everything goes wrong
To never give up on what is right
Because it can only make you strong.

Since the loss of you,
I've learned that even when you're in a lot of pain
You've got to hold yourself together
So you won't feel like you're going insane.

Since the loss of you,
I've learned how to hold the tears when I want to cry
Because all I have is memories
And just want to ask God why.

But mostly, since the loss of you,
I've learned a life can be taken in the blink of an eye
And only Heaven really knows when
That person will have to say "Goodbye."


Posted by Kunbi Olubiyi on September 19, 2019
Yomi!!!!!!
This is such a rude shock. There’s no reconciling the Yomi I know with this. Your pretty, so pretty smile, your sharp wit and gentle demeanour will be missed sorely. Rest well in the bosom of your maker.
Posted by Rukky Fatokun on September 19, 2019
Dance in the arms of the Prince of peace...farewell dear sister.
Posted by Tolu Adeyemi-Doro on September 19, 2019
Fare thee well dear Yomi.

Your aura of sereneness, peace and faith will without a doubt be missed, and I pray the Lord comfort and strengthen all your family and friends at this difficult time, in the way only He knows how.

God's speed dear one.
Posted by OLUMIDE AKINYANJU on September 19, 2019
We cant Question GOD,how he does its own things,its please God to take her( LATE MRS OLUYOMI OLANIYI-TOLUWALOPE) at this time like this....

I Pray to GOD ALMIGHTY to comfort the families she left behind,expecially my BOSS (MR OLANIYI TOLUWALOPE)
Posted by Bunmi Olubayo on September 19, 2019
May God grant your family and loved ones the fortitude to bear the loss.
I remember you fondly as that extremely intelligent daughter of Olu Jacobs on 3rd eye 'Uzie'. Bliss on dear Yomi
Posted by Okechukwu B. A. Okere on September 19, 2019
Rest in the Father's arms, dear sister. May the Lord grant all those who loved you the strength to carry on. You'll always be in our hearts.
Posted by Uyok Hanson on September 18, 2019
Dear Yomi
It is with a heavy heart I write this. I didn’t know you very well but admired you and your calm strength and devotion to the Lord.
May your gentle soul rest in His bossom as the angels welcome you to eternal joy.

Posted by Lola Moore on September 18, 2019
Yomi, I still can't believe it. I haven't seen you in a while, but it still hurts. You will be remembered for, not just being the admirable child actress on the old hit TV programme 'Third Eye' or for our younger years attending 'Our Saviour's Church' with our parents and siblings, but for always having a beautiful smile on your pretty face.

You might be gone, but you will never be forgotten; your memory will forever live on in my heart, and in the hearts of everyone you ever graced with your smile.

May the good Lord keep your soul with Him in eternal peace. Sleep on, dear. Sleep well.

Lola Moore - nee (Funmi) Imoukhuede
Posted by Eke Ijuo on September 18, 2019
Yomi even though it’s been years Since I saw you, I remember your beautiful smile, and peaceful disposition when we were at school. I remember being in awe of you when I first met you and realised you were that witty child actress on 3rd eye. I will remember you as that humble, beautiful soul who made an impression on all those that got to know you.
I pray the good Lord comfort your family and all your loved ones.
Our hearts are heavy but we are comforted by the fact that you are in a better place where there is no more pain.
Adieu Yomi
Posted by Chiazom Omeruah on September 18, 2019
"I wonder, I just wonder".........
Yomi, God will continue to comfort your family and you will rest peacefully. You will never be forgotten.
Posted by KEMI ONOJA on September 18, 2019
You are in a much better place dear Yomi. Wish you were here much longer but ... heaven got lucky ♥️
Posted by Adedoyin Adeniji on September 18, 2019
Yomi "my besto" as we referred to each other, words alone can't describe how beautiful you were inside and outside. I have attempted to read through our long exchanges over the years but I couldn't because I break down remembering your beautiful pure soul.
Heaven has truly gained an angel my besto, we are consoled in the fact that you have gone to rest from the stress of this world to feel no more pain.

Sun re o Oluyomi
Posted by Gimbiya Galadima on September 18, 2019
Dear Yomi,
        Ever smiling, ever sweet, your smile soooo infectious, i will always remember you and you still remain in our hearts always. We wont forget ever!!! Keep resting and keep smiling and may God comfort us all and your family members most.
Love QC gal 96 set.
Posted by Adetoun Adewoye on September 18, 2019
Adieu Yomi
The Lord will grant you eternal rest. Rest in the bosom of the Lord Jesus
‘Nancy A’
Posted by Yetunde Anibaba on September 18, 2019
You are unforgettable even though I never interacted with you personally. Your faith was palpable and made an indelible impression on me.

You now rest Yomi!
Posted by Tunde Songonuga on September 18, 2019
I knew you were special; the extent of this only increased seeing your display of love and faithfulness during the challenges you lived through in the last 7+ years. You believed, you walked the worthy walk of faith continuously!

The strength of God displayed in your actions, The glory of God in suffering was just divine; I praise God for the love you displayed!

I praise God that he has now accepted you with His crown of gold where you continue to worship Him in peace & joy. We will continue with this in mind, that in what ever circumstance we find ourselves we will follow yourexample of Hope, Faith & Love.
Posted by Wole Famurewa on September 18, 2019
Dear Yomi

Your faith is inspiring. While you were with us, you exhibited the peace that only the Lord brings. A peace independent of your challenges and circumstances.

We saw how you were able to touch lives despite your challenges. We saw Christ in you..the hope of glory.

The Lord helps us in this time of grief. Until we meet again, we hold on to the
sweet memories that we have of you. We find comfort in the fact that you know the Lord Jesus and he showers His love on you even more as you transit to a better place.

Shalom



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