ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Oyedokun Oloyede, 55 years old, born on May 15, 1965, and passed away on August 17, 2020. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sazy Bukenzo on August 17, 2022
Wow:
TIME;
Oluwayemisi as you fondly called me, I didn’t get a chance to meet you in person, but the sweet memories of you lives on. We connected like Father-Daughter (de- manna o ti pe mi ooo)
You called me on my birthday. Even without telling you the date: Continue to rest in the blossom of God almighty.
Posted by Oloyede Abimbola on August 17, 2022
What!! Two years already !! Time sure flies but it fails to remove the memory of those it took. The memory of you is still fresh uncle, I miss you . Keep on resting ❤️
Posted by Dauda Conteh on August 17, 2022
Dogzy the man himself, can’t forget the day Dogzy came to my house with my landlord looking for Bode. It was epic seeing Dogzy. That was not just a father but my personal person. Rest on OG. We all miss and love you. ☝
Posted by Diran Oloyede on August 17, 2022
2 years today. Time seems to fly but your memory and good heart will never be forgotten.
You were selfless and always wanted to help everyone and shared willingly all you had.
From this day onwards, I will celebrate who you were and no more mourn you.

Love you bro. Take care of Mum and Dad, love you all.
Posted by Oyebode Oloyede on August 17, 2022
Keep resting on pops.
Posted by Folajimi Aregbesola on August 17, 2021
You were a rare gem...coolest man ever liveth..thank you for giving us oyebode
Posted by Diran Oloyede on August 17, 2021
One year today bro that you left..the pain will never go however i take solace in the love you left to those of us who knew you.

Miss you bro, love you.
Posted by Abiola Oloyede on July 18, 2021
Miss you dokzy...
Can't ever forget the memories we shared and your laughter, adieu unc
Posted by Oloyede Abimbola on July 17, 2021
My Uncle I miss you - the way we play, your words that make me laugh, the way I bother you, the days we took a walk together, the hugs , making you buy junks for me.. I miss everything, I really miss you. Hope you keep resting in the Lord’s abode. Love Always ❤️
Posted by Oloyede Oyewale on July 14, 2021
He is a man with good ❤️... A fighter.... So strong... A father to all the kids around him that was given the title of "BIG DADDY" we miss u dokzy
Posted by Diran Oloyede on July 12, 2021
Hi bro,

Missing you is an understatement. Your were one selfless and giving soul. You will never die and you will always be loved. Adieu bro.
Posted by Afolabi Bukola on July 11, 2021
You were very true to yourself and everyone around you, even when we spoke I could smell you nothing but a sweet soul. We connected like we’ve known over the years, continue to rest in the blossom of the lord dogzy. Love leaves a memory no one can steal, but your death leaves a memory no one can heal. Rip 

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Posted by Sazy Bukenzo on August 17, 2022
Wow:
TIME;
Oluwayemisi as you fondly called me, I didn’t get a chance to meet you in person, but the sweet memories of you lives on. We connected like Father-Daughter (de- manna o ti pe mi ooo)
You called me on my birthday. Even without telling you the date: Continue to rest in the blossom of God almighty.
Posted by Oloyede Abimbola on August 17, 2022
What!! Two years already !! Time sure flies but it fails to remove the memory of those it took. The memory of you is still fresh uncle, I miss you . Keep on resting ❤️
Posted by Dauda Conteh on August 17, 2022
Dogzy the man himself, can’t forget the day Dogzy came to my house with my landlord looking for Bode. It was epic seeing Dogzy. That was not just a father but my personal person. Rest on OG. We all miss and love you. ☝
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Time

My phone rang on a Sunday evening, you called me to come to see you and I explained that we would get to see you at the end of the month, we laughed over the phone and the conversation ended. 
The next day my phone rang and I was told you were no more. Life hit me hard cause I wished I could see you one more time, so we could talk and see, but God took you away to a better place.  
I will hold to the memory of you I get to hear from your siblings and friends cause I know you had a great heart full of love and life. 
Keep resting on in the Lords's arm. 
Sun re ooo


Recent stories

Be true to yourselves

Shared by Abiola Oloyede on August 17, 2022
UNC brought out the best in me..
Be thy self no matter what, being open and not hiding habits you possess makes others vouch and respect you...
Really do miss you.
Enjoy your afterlife dokzy

Family

Shared by Abiola Oloyede on July 14, 2021
Miss u UNC