ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, OMOWUNMI ATOMODE (née Emudianughe), D.O.B: 16th January, 1970, who sadly passed away so unexpectedly on Monday, 1st March, 2021 in Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. We will remember her forever.

Please share your tributes and treasured memories of Omowunmi here and leave your kind words of comfort and strength for her beloved family. May God rest her soul and grant her eternal rest. Amen.
Posted by Ovie Emudianughe on August 5, 2022
missing you sis.
Posted by Olori Adedipe on March 3, 2022
You will forever be missed. A year has rolled by and I am still numb for words. Sleep tight till we meet again to part no more at the feet of Jesus Christ of Lord and Savior. Sunre o.
Posted by Yetty Lakanmi on March 2, 2022
Miss you Emu! I can't believe it's been a year already. Fly on beautiful soul till we meet again.
Posted by Ovie Emudianughe on March 2, 2022
Miss you like crazy sis, just like that its been a year, I know you're looking down on us keeping us safe and giving us strength. Hug Topsy, mom and dad for me. 
love you
Posted by Yetunde Agbede Oyegoke on March 1, 2022
It’s been a year Wumi. I m still in shock but what can we do. I know you are in a better place. You will always be in my heart.
Posted by Olajumoke Afolabi on March 2, 2022
It's hard to believe a year has passed by, your passing is still so raw as ever
Glad to know your family you left behind are doing well
Your passing has changed my life forever and I think always of your gentle beautiful soul that left this earth so soon.
I pray for Grace still for your family to continue to bear this huge loss.
May you continue to Rest in Perfect Peace beautiful Omowunmi.
Posted by Julius Atomode on March 1, 2022
It's exactly one year today since my wife Omowunmi left us, it's been a long year without you, my wife, my friend my master planner. We thank God for his mercies, provisions, and sustenance. He was, He is and He will always be our protector.


My Love, we make plans, we set targets, we dream dreams, we prayed and we said to God help us and bless us with long years together, nobody knew that I'd be standing right here alone writing this to you. I miss you. Nothing told me that it wouldn't last forever, we always see the bigger picture of everything together. All that I went through, you were standing there by my side and now you are gone but never forgotten. The bond that we have will never be broken the love will never get lost.

Once again thank you for raising our children well, they are all coping well knowing you are resting with the Lord. We all miss you so much. I hold every memory of our 22years together so dearly and it will never fade away, nobody will ever take your place. (remember my former Sigma Pensions slogan "together forever ") always on my mind

Rest on my love till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Julius Atomode on March 15, 2021
It has never cross my mind that I will be the one to write tribute to you. My love, I don't really know what to write because I still can believe you are gone.
Ours was made in heaven because despite all the challenges you stood by me to the end. God knows why you have to go now.
I thank God for giving you to me as a wife. You were my rock, my propeller. You gave my love, joy, happiness and above all three beautiful children. You trained them so well that I will forever be grateful. They miss you, we all miss you. L will never forget our joke ( imaginary shade) I will miss Your smile and always looking forward to weekend to be with you and the children. You will forever be part of me and nobody will ever take your place.
You never joke with Catholic faith. My love I kept my promise, I gave you a befitting Catholic burial.
Rest well in the Lord till we meet again. Love you in life and death.
D.A
Posted by Toyin Adewole on March 14, 2021
We love you but Jesus Christ loves best, we bid you good night with eternal rest in peace.
Posted by Pauline Odeyemi on March 13, 2021
Your passing brought an awakening in my mind of the power in your personality... you had the gift of being a true and solid friend from a distance. I know you are with the saints and that is my consolation. May the good Lord help us that are left behind to learn from you so that your legacy of showing true Love to all will live on. Continue to rest in peace Omowunmi.
Posted by Oddy Jay on March 13, 2021
...God knows best, Rest in peace. ️
Posted by Olajumoke Afolabi on March 13, 2021
Wumi, it was with shock and great sadness l learnt of the news of your sudden passing. It was like a punch in the gut. You are too beautiful a soul to go so soon.
I will miss your warmth , your beautiful smile , the ease with which you relate with your friends, your exuberance. Thank God for all the beautiful memories of growing up together in Ilorin.
I pray for strength and fortitude for your family to bear this huge loss.
May your beautiful Soul Rest In Perfect Peace and may your memory be a blessing. 
Posted by Atinuke Ayeni on March 13, 2021
Wumi, you kept it 100% real all the time. You showed love so effortlessly. You had a smile and a shoulder to lean on for everyone. It was easy to be your friend and sis. You lived in love, readily excusing other's shortcomings. You are missed ❤

Eternal rest grant unto her oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine on her. May her soul rest in peace. May her family be consoled in Jesus name, amen
Posted by Yetunde Agbede Oyegoke on March 13, 2021
My sweet cousin, so articulate, caring, selfless. You were more than a cousin . You were my sister and I will miss you. Always laughing!. We had plans but we can’t question God. You are in a better place. Sleep on Wunmi. Rest In Peace.
Posted by Lola Akinkugbe on March 13, 2021
You had a beautiful heart Wunmi, always smiling, making everything easy around you. When I saw you 2 yrs ago after about 30yrs, you made the reunion so effortless and lovely because of your beautiful heart. People like you don’t come by often, you will surely be missed Emu. Rest on my dear friend ❤️
Posted by Kemi Sanni Osharode on March 13, 2021
Hmmmmn, may God grant you mercy and eternal rest Wunmi. You were a dear aburo, watched you grow up and it's so painful to lose you at such a young age. Your late Mum was my mentor and it's so sad for me. May God strengthen the family you left behind. Love you. Sis Kemi Sanni
Posted by Omo Iruoje on March 13, 2021
My dear cousin Wumi’s, I reminisce and celebrate you though we had not been in touch for a long while. I still see you smiling face, strong personality and carry these memories of you with me and how you touched my life in some way as I look forward to seeing you again in the life to come. Rest well dear!
Posted by Anike Odunlami on March 13, 2021
My darling Whummy, it was with great shock that i received the news of your demise. We chatted just a few days before that and you were hail and hearty. I am at a loss of words. Can't believe i am having to write a tribute. So many memories to recall from University days and beyond with Mama Emu, Pops, Ovie and Topsy. Sis, I will really miss you checking up on me. Our catchup chats, your love and your caring self. I pray that we will continue to find solace in the Lord and God will comfort your husband, children, brother and the rest of the family. Sleep well in the Lord, beautiful soul.
Love always, Anike Odunlami
Posted by Yetty Lakanmi on March 13, 2021
Emu Paripa! ....as I fondly called you. I remember your selflessness, your impeccable command of the English language and how real you were. Too many good memories from high school to college and beyond. Rest on my friend, I'm definitely going to miss you encouraging words and sisterhood. Sun re o!
Posted by Olori Adedipe on March 12, 2021
Whummy, I can say you're one of the best if not the best of God's creation. Despite your challenges, you gave it your all, you have ran your best race selflessly and have now stepped off, this moving train called life.
The rest is left to those of us left behind to pick up from where you left off with humility to God.
Keep sleeping on ore, at the blossom of Our Lord Jesus Christ in peace till we meet to part no more.
Goodnight.
Rest in Peace.
Posted by Olajumoke Lawal on March 12, 2021
Dearest cousin, it's with shock & a heavy heart that I write these words of tribute to you! You were more than a cousin, you were a sister, a friend, a wonderful, loving, caring, kind, warm & sincere soul, always had a listening ear. Ahhhh you will be missed! Rest In Peace, till we meet again!

Jumoke
Posted by Ovie Emudianughe on March 11, 2021
Gone too soon. You’ll be sorely missed big sis. Till we all meet again. I love you. R.I.P
Posted by Olatunji Akingbade on March 11, 2021
A beautiful soul inside and out. Rest In Peace.
Posted by Adefolake Fanifosi on March 11, 2021
Sis as myself and a host of others fondly called 'Wumi was a lively soul and bubbly character with an infectious smile. Our parents were good friends early on in their respective marriages and long before they completed their respective families. She was the definition of an "Americana" as a younger child and U.S.A returnee of the 1980s. She was tall with a good build and no comprehension of the Yoruba language at the time. Our paths possibly crossed twice, maybe thrice in childhood as our families were domiciled miles apart.
University education brought me to Ilorin and 'Wumi became a feature as the eldest child of my guardian. She was humorous, loved watching movies, lived very simply and related very well with everyone. She cherished family and her love for her siblings was pure. It was gut wrenching to receive the news of her sudden death. God's comfort, peace and strength are my prayers for her beloved brother, Ovie, her husband, children, extended families, friends and loved ones. May 'Wumi's beautiful soul rest in perfect peace. Amen.

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Posted by Ovie Emudianughe on August 5, 2022
missing you sis.
Posted by Olori Adedipe on March 3, 2022
You will forever be missed. A year has rolled by and I am still numb for words. Sleep tight till we meet again to part no more at the feet of Jesus Christ of Lord and Savior. Sunre o.
Posted by Yetty Lakanmi on March 2, 2022
Miss you Emu! I can't believe it's been a year already. Fly on beautiful soul till we meet again.
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Omowumi was born on 16th January,  1970 to the late Professor T.S. and Mrs Ayo Emudianughe. 
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Shared by Olubunmi Oloworaran on March 13, 2021
...Dear Wunmi, to Live is to serve and to die is Life. We will surely miss you, but we are console because now you live forever more.
Adieu Dear Sister.