Let the memory of Otunba (Mrs) Bisola be with us forever
  • 76 years old
  • Born on September 28, 1936 .
  • Passed away on November 7, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Otunba (Mrs) Bisola Ayodele 76 years old , born on September 28, 1936 and passed away on November 7, 2012. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Titilola Aboyade-Cole on 7th November 2016
I will forever remember this day. Continue to Rest in PEACE Mummee
Posted by Oluwawole Abiodun on 30th September 2015
Wat a painful exit of a special one, wife like mother to our family.... I know every OKANRENDE family will miss you...AYA EEGUN GBONRI ASAA SUN REE OOo. Rest in peace mummie!
Posted by Ayo Ayo on 28th September 2015
Mothers are faithful companions and confidants even in the most difficult times. Mothers dedicate their lives to caring and providing for their children both physically and emotionally. They always seem to know how to help them to overcome problems and thrive in spite of them. A mother's love is irreplaceable, which makes losing her to death an incredibly painful experience. While sons and daughters of all ages carry within their hearts a dull and lasting ache where they once felt love and security, it is important they continue searching for the happiness their mother always desired for them. Bisola Oluranti Ayodele. You would have ben 79 today. I wish I can say that I am much stronger after 3 years of loosing you, but that would not be true. I'm still as emotional distraught as when I heard the news. I just try not to think about it." Don't go there' is what I tell myself. My dearest Mother!!!!. My heart still ache. I love you so much. We will continue to strive for that happiness that you desired for us all as your children. Rest in peace mother! REST IN PERFECT PEACE IN THE BOSOM OF THE LORD.
Posted by Titilola Aboyade-Cole on 28th September 2015
I remember you today and it still feels so fresh. I know you are in a better place mummee. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord.
Posted by Ayo Ayo on 7th November 2014
Note of thanks to all who have stopped by on this page to leave a tribute. Dipo Onasanya, Ada, Yemisi. friends and family. God bless you all. Titi Aboyade-Cole. May God send helpers of destiny to you. All who called, prayed, stood by us or just felt our pains, it shall be a season of joy unspeakable and full of glory for you and yours. You are all appreciated.
Posted by Ayo Ayo on 7th November 2014
2 years on!! Still refusing to deal with it. Would not dare go there in my mind... Cannot afford to be depressed, which I would certainly be, just thinking of your sudden demise. I DIDN'T EVEN GET TO SAY GOODBYE!!!! Agony too deep inside to comprehend; even now. But we give thanks to God for your life. You were a Gem of inestimable value. A heaven sent precious Jewel. A Corner Pillar who loved others more than herself. Rest in peace Mother. Perhaps one day.....
Posted by Titilola Aboyade-Cole on 7th November 2014
Mummee, just like yesterday, when I watched you fight the last battle, it still feels like a bad dream and I so wish I can just wake up from slumber. May your kind soul continue to rest in peace. Amen
Posted by Dipo Onasanya on 7th November 2014
It came as a surprise when my childhood friend 'Gege' told me that you had passed on, it was at time u were busy working on the burial of ur Mum. I remember you fondly regularly sitting at the top floor balcony of Channel 10 building or in the living room, we are always in and out of your home as teenagers, you always welcomed us, many meals had disappeared from ur kitchen and consumed by us, ur son's friends, and you never drove us away, people had a lot of respect for you, and you accommodated many families members, that sometimes I get confused who is Gege's brother, cousin, Aunty, etc. You were a people's person and my friend always talked to you frequency, that ur departure will have left a huge gap in his daily life. But you have gone to a better place to rest, rest in peace Mummieee, as I used to hear you being called by ur children. You will be missed dearly.
Posted by Ibironke Amusan on 7th November 2014
Mom, It gripped me like pain in the heart, a stab on my chest, a blow of wind. I thought it a dream, but Nay, It is TWO YEARS mom! You are really gone! You are not coming back, I cannot bring you back. Mom, I cannot, I will not, I could not see you again. Mom the pain is still fresh, but I go on, taking with me the treasures you stored in me... You will ever be missed mom... Sleep on mom, Till we meet again.
Posted by Ngozi Chiemeriwo on 3rd October 2014
Mama we know is resting peacefully IJN. Merciful Lord, we are indebted with gratitude for your blessings on the Ayodele family and all of us too. Thank you for a special mother ..I never knew her, but on behalf of my good friend Ayo Gbenga Ayodele, I pray for more love thru Christ. I understand that death, albeit very painful, isinevitable, but necesary because we believers know that our loved ones are but asleep in His warm bossom! How amazing is the grace of God upon our lives..I render my heartfelt love to you, Man of God and your family. You will meet her again, so the bible says...as Angels of Light...our loved ones are waiting for the good Lord... IJN I lost my loved ones too..that is why I know how it feels...we are here on earth for a Divine purpose...this world is just a stage...we just play our parts..then rejoice all ye who are downtrodden and of sad countenance...death has lost its sting..we shall all meet our loved ones to part no more...WE MUST STRIVE TO GET THERE IJN BY HIS GRACE....
Posted by Ayo Ayo on 30th September 2014
The Cedar tree fell....and it was no more!! Where are you mother?????? Oh that I know where I might find her, that I might run again to your forever open arms. Can't get over you Mum. Sleep well in his bosom....till we meet at his feet
Posted by Kunle Ayodele on 29th September 2014
Oh mother!! Hearts are heavy from your passage. I cling unto dreams with tears. You passed before time but you saw death as a mortal. You are forever loved and missed. Sleep on mother till we meet to part no more. May your soul continually rest in peace. We miss you mother.
Posted by Fola Aydele-akinbinu on 29th September 2014
Mummie, I love and miss you so much, more than word can describe, I will always carry you with me, to me you are not dead. You will always be remembered and celebrate. .
Posted by Yemisi Adejuwon-Oluaderou... on 7th November 2013
Mummie , u will always be missed. Rest in peace.
Posted by Ayo Ayo on 8th October 2013
can't believe you are not here with us anymore. My heart aches, I still can't think of you as belated. O my Momma!!!! You were one in a zillion. Miss you gravely. REST in peace Mummieeeee!!!!!
Posted by Titilola Aboyade-Cole on 26th November 2012
You were a mother to many, a very industrious and sociable woman with the fear of God in her. May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfet peace. Amen

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