ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Omowunmi Ogunlolu. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Ejemeka chichi Ada on April 13, 2021
Big mummy have been very sad since my mum was called about ur demise,sleeply nights and all,I'm sorry for a lot of things I didn't do right..HV been very thankful for all u did for us especially me but I'm sad I didn't talk to u in years but always cared from afar all because of thought that HV failed u mummy,I felt u will be disappointed in me though I always ask my mum hw ur faring,also replying ur messages online for her... she's really shaken from ur death HV not seen her cried in years jst from thoughts of her not calling d day before ur demise.,she felt u needed rest...I'm sorry ma,we miss u so much...ur death is painful cos u don't deserve it,ur very good to everyone ND very nice
Thank you mummy for all u did for us ❤️ we love you but God loves you more continue to rest well ma
Posted by Joke Hotonu on April 13, 2021
Sister,you have fought a good fight and no more pain and sickness. Rest on in the bossom of your Creator.
Posted by Oluwaseun Oluwole on April 10, 2021
Isaiah 25:8, 1Corinthians 15:26, Hosea 13:14 and Revelation 21:4
I look forward to the time when death will be no more and we shall have time to form greater bonds than what this short life has to offer.
I will work really hard to keep the appointment of seeing her live again when resurrected. Till then, remain in Jehovah's memory.
Posted by Oluwafunke Oluwole on April 7, 2021
Aunty miiii. May you sleep well till you'll hear his (Jesus) voice and awake again in a world with no death, sickness nor old age,that is and will always be my belief.
  You are really missed by us all, but will always remember our growing up with you and the name LADUNSFUN.coined by you. Rest in peace.
Posted by Osoko Hannah on April 7, 2021
Turner u just left us so esrly, i remember when we are in LUTH has a student nurse 33years ago we praid together gist together,but iwant so soon, turner su re o 88set sedaro leyin e ,we love u but jesus loves u most adeu from oshin mama
Posted by Oluwashola Takuro on April 6, 2021
I was shocked and pained when I heard about your death, Big mummy you are such a wonderful sister, mother and friend, a woman of grace. I appreciate all what you did for me and my family. You left us so quickly and unexpectedly. May your soul continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Ebunoluwa Takuro on April 6, 2021
Big mommy you are a good mother to me everyday and every time,you are my helper and good adviser to me that I should always have faith in God and love my husband and children at all time..I know that you are resting in the bosom of the lord, you will always be in my heart..I love you rest on

Yours

Iya seki
Posted by Ebunoluwa Takuro on April 6, 2021
Big mommy Rest In Peace i love you

Yours
Anjola Lawson
Posted by Ebunoluwa Takuro on April 6, 2021
I love you big mommy
Rest In Peace

Yours
Temiloluwa Lawson
Posted by Ebunoluwa Takuro on April 6, 2021
It saddens me that you are now dead mommy.I don’t just know how it happened because you were still feeling alright when I last saw you.it came as a really big shock to me but anyways God has a purpose for everything for everything..may your soul rest in perfect peace till we meet again I’ll always love you and will forever miss you

Yours
Oluborode fiyinfoluwa
Posted by Ebunoluwa Takuro on April 6, 2021
I don’t know where to start from,it’s more like a dream to me when they told me you left us already to be with God..you are such a wonderful mother father and big mommy to me and my siblings...and your last word for me was okay..which hurt me the most.. till we meet again Rest In Peace

Yours

Bakare Emmanuel
Posted by Ebunoluwa Takuro on April 6, 2021
Big mummy you are a mother to me,we always fight as you call me “madam” and I’ll say in return “Grandma”...I miss you big mommy...may you Rest In Peace..I love you

Yours
Adeola Bakare
Posted by Ebunoluwa Takuro on April 6, 2021
My sister I know you’re a real mother of the nation.For all you do I’ll forever remember you and be grateful..Rest in perfect peace..till we meet again

Yours
Taye Takuro✅
Posted by Oluwadamilola Bakare on April 6, 2021
First of all I can’t still believe you are gone..like gone gone gone..because that was never our agreement.Mom you took me in as your son despite my flaws, you taught me to be a better person you gave me hope of becoming a better person you nurtured me you cared for me making me who I’m today....you loved me like a son...you brought my soul closer to God..only if I knew you were going to leave any time soon i would have not thought of going to school...last time we spoke you told to make you proud....I’m so pained writing this...wherever you are I want you to know you have a son that will forever love and cherish you maami...until we meet again...rest in perfect peace
Posted by Ebunoluwa Takuro on April 6, 2021
I don’t know where to start from my sister,you are very caring and compassionate.A woman with great determination,a stainless woman,full of integrity,mother of all, a rare gem and a prayer warrior..You were like a friend and also a husband to me,inlove you so much but God love you the most..Rest in the bossom of the lord.. until we meet yo part no more, sun re o
Posted by Olubunmi Benson on April 6, 2021
Dear sister Omowunmi Turner, my friend, colleague in profession. I will miss alot even it been a long time we saw each since I got wedded since 1996(25yrs) ago. I know you to be a real devoted christian worshipper with lovely and kind behavior of a child God. Seriously we set 88 of SON will continue to miss your absence. Rest well and good night, till we meet and part no more. Sun re ore rere.
Posted by Abosede Oderinde on April 6, 2021
Mam T, as I fondly call you. We were class mate in school of Nursing, LUTH. You lead many of us to Jesus, you never give up on us even when we were unstable.
We took you like a mother cos of your maturity.
I thought of you a day to your demise but couldn't call or chat with you (that's my pain). You will forever be missed. Thank you for loving the Lord and not giving up. Sun re o.
Posted by Folakemi Amasa on April 5, 2021
Hmmmm, what can l say! My friend My Sister! Deaconess Alice Omowumi Ogunlolu, I met you when you joined us at The Apostolic Church Ikotun Assembly about 20years ago, and our friendship become very close due to our involvement in Child Evangelism Unit C.E.U of the Assembly
You were a Child of God, A true Worshipper and a Devoted Christian. You were A Good Counsellor, A Good Adviser, A Good Listener and A Good and Cheerful Giver!
Hmmmm! Mumsy, as I called you at times, I was with you with my hubby and son on Sunday 28th March, 2021 after church service and I promised taken you to see your Doctor on Thursday 1st of April; only for you to call me on Tuesday morning (30th March) not knowing you were bidding me good bye. You told me you want to reschedule you Doctor appointment to Wed 31st March, thereafter, you told me you wanted to Sleep not knowing you were bidding me farewell! Just for me to be called 2hrs later that you were gone!!!
My Friend & Sister, Continue to Rest at the Bossom of your Maker and Lover of your Soul till we meet to part no more!!
Posted by Mrs Mowobi on April 5, 2021
What a lovely friend I have lost,we had great moments together from our youthful days,an exemplary being.Mrs Omowunmi Alice Ogunlolu, you will be forever missed.We shall meet again.Good night
Posted by Peter Ayodele on April 5, 2021

My dearest sister I was short of words when Ebun called me that Tuesday morning that you have gone to be with the Lord.I never expected that it will be so early despite your endurance and faith in God for healing.Who am I to question God the giver and taker of life ,the author and finisher of our faith, the omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient.My dear loving, caring compassionate sister you are with your maker at the bosom of the Lord because you gave your life to Christ very early in life and you served HIM as a true Christain to the last day of your life here on earth.
Rest In Peace in the bosom of your creator till we meet to part no more.
Sina AyodeleEsq.

Posted by Shola Ayodele on April 5, 2021
You were one of a kind aunt Mowunmi. Words fail me, but I am sure you in a much better place. God surely did earn an Angel. Continue to Rest In Peace. We love you. 
Posted by Taiwo Takuro on April 5, 2021
Big mummy... I’ve still not settled with the fact that you’re gone, like I won’t see my big mummy again? I wish I could turn back the hands of timeI want to wish you happy Mother’s Day again, I just want to hug you again, peck you again, gist with you again but God knows best. Thank you for loving me as my your own, correcting me with love when needed, thank you for helping me build a closer relationship with God. I love and would miss you greatly but I know you’re in a better place. Till we meet to part no more Mom❤️
Posted by Oluwaseun Ayodele on April 5, 2021
You are the true definition of a Proverbs 31 woman. So gentle and meek. Words fail me to describe what an outstanding person you are. My emotions still runs deep, and it is difficult to believe you are no longer here with us but am certain Heaven gained an angel!!! Continue to rest in the Bosom of TheLord. I miss and love you forever aunt.
Posted by Toyosi Ayodele on April 5, 2021
My beautiful and sweet Aunty Omowunmi like I always call you. It is written that in every situation, we should always thank God. I ThankGod for your life well spent. I ThankGod that you are my Aunty and I admired you so much and I really learnt alot from you. You were God fearing, loving, caring, a disciplinarian and a mother/Grandmother to all.
It saddened my heart when I heard the tragic news on 30 March, 2021 about your death. I know you are resting in the bosom of the Lord.
May your soul continue to rest in peace. Amen.
I Love You now and always.
Posted by Kehinde Takuro on April 5, 2021
My Big mummy, the news of your death came to me like a nightmare I still find it so difficult to believe. Even writing this makes my heart ache. Thank you ma for all that you did writing my life story without you would make it incomplete, when I and my sister was younger you always made us happy that anytime we come for holidays we never wanted to leave. I remember our Sunday tradition of visiting Mr Biggs and renting of movies just to make us happy. Living with you for years made me realize that not only the person that gives birth to one can be referred to as a mother. thank you for the genuine and motherly love, thank you for your never ending care, thank you for the sincere discipline, thank you for making my relationship with God stronger I would forever cherish all, But I wish you would have stayed longer to reap the good fruits that you’ve sown, but I guess God understands better. I think it’s time to stop crying my eyes out because I know you would never want that I’m thankful because I knows you are resting in the bosom of the Lord.... keep on resting mummy I LOVE YOU
Posted by Bello Adewale on April 4, 2021
Dear Sister, the news of yr sudden death came to me as a shock. I am still in shock. No doubt, yr had lived a good and worthy life. U succeeded in touching all the lives around you positively. U will be grately missed. May God give us all the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.
Posted by Rita Fashina on April 3, 2021
OYINBO, as you were fondly called in my family. You taught me what salvation meant over three decades ago and you have been following me up. No friend of mine was welcomed into my home but you, because of your lifestyle. You were impartial in your judgement. You will never be forgotten and no one can replace you or take your place.
Rest in peace, Ore mi toto.
Posted by Ayorinde Kappo on April 3, 2021
Words can describe my heart felt loss on your passing. But I take console in your life well spent, hearts touch d and cherish the good times we spent together. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Niyi Agoi on April 2, 2021
Aunty Mowunmi, my earliest memories on this earth included you. I remember how you took responsibility for feeding us and watching over us while the parents were away.
Even as a child I admired your no nonsense disposition because I knew, underneath all that was pure love.
I will never forget you, even if it’s simply because you were an integral part of my upbringing.
Love you to Heaven
Posted by OYINDAMOLA KAPPO on April 2, 2021
Rest well Aunty.
Posted by Olaniyi Opaleye on April 2, 2021
Aunty mi! Ah, ikú ṣè yí tán! Rest in peace in the bosom of our Lord Jesus until the time when we will meet again to part no more, just as our Lord has promised. Ìgò àíyọ̀ ọmọ ẹbẹdí, Sùún re o!
Posted by Oladunni Bakare on April 2, 2021
Aunty Mimi,Aunty Mi, Aunty Mowunmi,Grandma O!!! My small mummy. I wish...NO REGRETS( I know you won't want us to)..THANK YOU..Thank you for your love,advice,correction,discipline ( the brain resetting "abaras")
Thank you for being an example of a believer till the end...(My first night vigil was with you ..chaii)
Thank you for the great marital advice and looking out for me as a mother should.... Loads of great memories with/of you...your smile and the funny way you laugh..I miss you
Rest in Peace Grandma O,my small mummy
Posted by Dapo Agoi on April 2, 2021
Dearest Aunty Mowunmi, still can’t believe you’re gone. Thank you for all the snacks and other goodies you bought us as kids. Thanks for babysitting and taking care of us. We miss you loads. I take comfort in knowing you’re in a better place. It is well. We love and miss you.
Posted by Yinka Opaleye on April 2, 2021
The shock of losing you will never be overcome but the sweet memories in my heart will continue to fill the void. Heaven truly has gained an Angel. Rest in Peace, my dearest Aunty 'Wunmi.
Posted by Olakunle Amusat on April 2, 2021
Aunty, definitely you will be greatly missed... Rest in Peace......We love you but God Loves you more.
Posted by Beatrice Masade on April 2, 2021
Aunty Omowunmi! I heard the tragic news on Thursday and I couldn’t stop myself from remembering all that I know about you. Memories of you started replaying in my mind and I started sharing with my husband. For the few years that I knew you, I secretly admired the way you worshipped God, your angelic voice during your morning devotions pushed me to learn to love and trust God the more. You took my friends and I like your own. This is for you ma

Fading away like the stars of the morning,
Losing their light in the glorious sun-
Thus would we pass from the earth and its toiling,
Only remembered by what we have done.

Chorus
Only remembered, only remembered,
Only remembered by what we have done;
Thus would we pass from the earth and its toiling,
Only remembered by what we have done.

Adieu! Aunty! We love you but God loves you more! The Lord rest your soul in perfect peace and comfort us all. Amen
Posted by Olufunke Ogunrombi on April 2, 2021
Words are not enough to express my grief over your loss, Ore mi, for more than 30 years of our friend you were like sister to me. Your kind thoughts and peacefulness cannot be measured. I never new it would be the last of the morning prayers I would receive from you when we exchange greetings on palm Sunday.
My consolation s that I know I will see you again on the glorious morning when Jesus will appear in His glory. Rest on my friend.May you rest in piece in Jesus name.
Posted by Adesola Opaleye on April 2, 2021
Aunty mi as we always call you, I am short of words and all I can say is God knows best.
Sleep peacefully in the hollow of his arms till we meet again to part no more.

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Posted by Ejemeka chichi Ada on April 13, 2021
Big mummy have been very sad since my mum was called about ur demise,sleeply nights and all,I'm sorry for a lot of things I didn't do right..HV been very thankful for all u did for us especially me but I'm sad I didn't talk to u in years but always cared from afar all because of thought that HV failed u mummy,I felt u will be disappointed in me though I always ask my mum hw ur faring,also replying ur messages online for her... she's really shaken from ur death HV not seen her cried in years jst from thoughts of her not calling d day before ur demise.,she felt u needed rest...I'm sorry ma,we miss u so much...ur death is painful cos u don't deserve it,ur very good to everyone ND very nice
Thank you mummy for all u did for us ❤️ we love you but God loves you more continue to rest well ma
Posted by Joke Hotonu on April 13, 2021
Sister,you have fought a good fight and no more pain and sickness. Rest on in the bossom of your Creator.
Posted by Oluwaseun Oluwole on April 10, 2021
Isaiah 25:8, 1Corinthians 15:26, Hosea 13:14 and Revelation 21:4
I look forward to the time when death will be no more and we shall have time to form greater bonds than what this short life has to offer.
I will work really hard to keep the appointment of seeing her live again when resurrected. Till then, remain in Jehovah's memory.
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