ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Pastor, Father, Grand Father, Husband, Brother, Uncle, Mentor and National Elder Sam Lumor.  We will remember, honor and love him forever.

For inquiries on how to support in any way, please send an email to yomilumor@gmail.com.
Posted by Adebanjo Adesegun on February 26, 2021
A GOD's GENERAL

Daddy, you are indeed a General of God.
I remember vividly the first incident that drew my attention to the kind of person you were in God's vineyard: The Church speakers got "burnt" on one Sunday in 1999. While we were deliberating on how to have them repaired, you brought in new and bigger set of speakers on Tuesday. 

In days and years that followed, you touched my heart more through other greater impacts you made in God's vineyard which are conspicuous in all the Parishes where you worked. From single handedly financing church building to single handedly sponsoring establishment of many Parishes through Let's Go Fishing program.

I must say I am blessed to have worked with you in the vineyard of God. You showed me a new level of commitment to God's work. Of the truth, you were a good Leader: simple, truthful, passionate and committed to God's work. Your ways are worthy emulation. I thank God for your life that was well spent in Him. The legacy you left behind lives on.

Sleep well in the Lord Daddy.
Posted by Olusegun Oyebanji on February 26, 2021
My first Boss, my dear Engineer Sam Lumor, you will be greatly missed.

Your famous motto, "do something right the first time all of the time" has been my driving force all my career. You help to mold me from a raw graduate engineer to a professional.

You were not only my Lead Process Engineer/Manager, you were a father figure to me. Your fatherly advice has helped me not only in my career but in my family life.

May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace. AMEN
Posted by Emmanuelle Ola-Kalejaiye on February 25, 2021
I only worked with his daughter Shalewa but he took in my children; gave them the opportunity to have the feel of a Christian gran pa: their visits to him was really precious. He was gracious , merciful,with him psalm 85 verse 19 was manifested in flesh.
I know it is a glorious home call for him but I will miss him..
Posted by Dapo Adejumo on February 25, 2021
Although you were initially my boss at NETCO where I report to you directly. The relationship grew and it became a father-son relationship. You were a mentor, a teacher with an ardent quest for excellent performance. I will always remember your support and assistance as I was growing up as young engineer in NETCO.
Your dedication and commitment to God was enviable. I remember I once asked you what would you be doing after retirement? You said what else would you do other than dedicate your remaking life to God’s service. You kept to that promise till you breathe your last breath.
We thank God for being such a wonderful gift to the kingdom of our Lord.
Sleep on daddy Lumor till we meet to part no more
Goodnight my big boss
Posted by Lucky Adibite on February 25, 2021
GOD'S GENERAL HAS GONE TO REST.

My daddy! My daddy!! ...as I fondly call you. Well done sir! You gave the world so much to remember. THANK YOU! You may be gone from our sight but you are never gone from our heart. You're a great Loss to us all but a great Gain to Heaven. Rest well daddy.

~ The Lucky-Adibite's
Posted by Awusinma Okoro need (madu... on February 25, 2021
Quite a shocking news indeed. Just few weeks back you celebrated your birthday. I never met you in person, but in your children that i knew(Shalewa and Funmi) one could tell the breed that you were. A disciplined man and a Child of God. Your family will indeed miss you, but heaven has gained you Sir.

We feel their pains at this moment, but i know time will heal. May God protect and keep your wife you left behind and grant you all the fortitude to bear the loss

Adieu Pastor Sam(GrandPa)
Posted by Femi Aladesuyi on February 25, 2021
I was opportuned to work with daddy in RCCG LP13 when I served there as Accountant and he was a father indeed that genuinely cared about our wellbeing, always jovial and generous with his gifts. Even 8 years after my moving on to another Province, he still shares videos and messages with me on whatsapp. I pray his good works will continue to speak for him. May the Lord comfort mummy and the entire family.
Posted by Helen Fodunrin on February 25, 2021
Daddy Lumor, you are a role model, an encourager, a cheerful giver, man full of love and care, a man of God and lover of God's children. Daddy I can't forget your previous visitation to our house unannounced with fruits for Marvelous and Gabu Gabu as you fondly called my son. My neighbours referred to you as my hubby daddy in our compound. Thanks for the training my hubby received from you.

Daddy we always remember your songs like:
1. Do you love this family, I love this family of God........

2. We give thanks to God halleluyah........

3. I will praise you from everlasting everlasting to everlasting.....

ARE YOU IN THE LORD'S ARMY? YES SIR!

Daddy continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord.
Posted by Anuoluwapo Oluwagbenga on February 25, 2021
Daddy you were a rare gem. You were indeed a blessing to me and my family. I remembered in 2008 few weeks after my weeding you saw me about to buy kerosene to take home for my wife to cook with, you said no way and immediately arranged for a gas cylinder filled with gas. Daddy that act of kindness really meant a lot to me and my wife and we still remembered it like yesterday.

You were also an example to us the younger generation showing us the need to love God and serve God.

I remembered your message back in RCCG Glory Model titled good night or good bye. Daddy, I say good night and I know you are resting in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Daniel Nabary on February 25, 2021
Tribute by Siblings:

Our brother, Pastor Lu, as we affectionately call him is no more. It is with heavy heart and very deep sense of lost that we write this tribute in wishing him farewell.

We know this moment is inevitable for humans but we never thought you will leave us soon. When you were sick, we shared your pain with you and prayed with you to see you get well soon. Sampson, why did you have to leave us soon? We knew the pains and sufferings you went through were unbearable but we had hope that you will get well soon.

We prayed. Pastors also prayed for your recovery. But who are we to question God? “For we know your thoughts are not our thoughts, neither your ways, our ways”. He took your hands and said “my son, come and rest”.

Your departure has brought us great pains and our eyes are filled with tears. We have asked lots of questions. We keep remembering every moment with you including this song you taught us the last time we met you.

“Yahweh, your name is Yaweh…2x
You are the miracle working God
Your name is Yahweh”.

Fare thee well till we meet again.
Posted by Adetayo Olusegun on February 25, 2021
A father to all. Was everything to everyone at everyone's level. The gospel will definitely miss you but your legacies lives in our heart continually.
Posted by Funmilola Babayomi on February 24, 2021
Pappy Lu, Grandpa Lu and all the great names I hear my in laws call you.

I am confident your legacy lives on ...in all the Lives you have touched.

Your smile,your laughter your many messages and the constant Open Heavens

It was great experiencing your through Yomi Lumor.....

Your Legacy shines brighter.

Privileged to have been touched by you.
Posted by Kemi Ogunleye on February 24, 2021
Daddy Lumor,
This is the name we call him in the Children Department.Your memories still lingers on,I can't just forget your warm expression of love with smiles on your face.Always asking after ones welfare like a father indeed.We love you but God loves you most,rest in the bossom of the Lord Jesus Christ till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Tunde Ojeleye on February 24, 2021
I thank God for the grace to know you sir,
I celebrate your constant warmth, kindness, love and generosity.
I cannot complain because I know one thing that God never make mistake.
I believe He called you home to rest in His bosom so rest on dear daddy.
May theLord help us that are left behind here to run our race with grace so that when we are called by God, we can answer with glee knowing that we shall meet with you again. Sleep on beloved. May God preserve all your good works left behind physically and in the hearts of men. Amen.
Posted by Lanre Babayomi on February 24, 2021
A beloved Father, full of energy,very lively and full of Joy. We will miss your presence in our families but will reunite at Christ's return. Rest in the bossom of the Lord, Daddy Lumor
Posted by Bukola Anjorin on February 24, 2021
Daddy Lumor as we fondly call you.You were indeed a father to us.we appreciate your love for our family, your fatherly guidance is second to non.You were not a leader to us in DOMASS RCCG Alapere but a father to us all.we love you dearly but God loves you more.continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord till we meet to path no more.
Niyi and Bukola Anjorin
Posted by Blessing Bello on February 24, 2021
Daddy Lumor, You were truly an example of Christ Love, Thank you so much for loving my parents, siblings and I as your own. You were always there for us, Your home was opened to us.
Thank you for your words of encouragement, prayers and love. The memories still linger and I choose to celebrate you forever.
I am glad you are resting with the father in heaven.
You will be forever missed
We love you Daddy Lu
Posted by Yunusa Ogoh on February 24, 2021
Daddy,
this is your boy Zamani a.k.a Ijebu Boy (nicknames from Daddy Lumor).

If only I had just 60 seconds with you in this realm before your sudden sleep, I would have tirelessly appreciated you for exuding such an unmatched level of awesomeness.

Firstly, thank you for the Lumorlings (look at how amazing they are; you and mummy Lu definitely did something right)

Thank you for the counsels, nuggets, faith boosters & words of encouragement etc.

Thank you for the broad and spontaneous sense of humour

Thank you for being a joy transmitter

Thank you for the Fatherly love & support

Thank you for being an example in the faith to all believers

Thank you for leaving such a wonderful legacy behind. Peter Strople once said ‘’Legacy is not leaving something for people. It’s leaving something in people.”
“The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s children and grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith.” —Billy Graham

Now, I thank God for making you part of the wonderful memories I have. You were the best Father and Mentor any child in this world could ever pray for.

Thank you for the indelible mark you have made on our lives Daddy. I will always love and cherish you Sir.

Your boy, Yunusa S. Ogoh.

Zamani, Ijebu boy.

Posted by Ndubisi Ekeh on February 24, 2021
Daddy Lumor, you will be ever missed . He was full of joy and a very pleasant man .
Rest well in God's hands.
Posted by Babatunde Adesina on February 24, 2021
The news came to us as a shock...but we take solace in the fact that God who knows best has called you home at this time. We are comforted that you are resting on the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. You lived a life of sacrifice. We cannot forget your leadership role in establishing and sustaining DOMASS at Alapere, at the time. You were friendly and at the same time strict and firm. Your legacies lives on. Until we meet again on the resurrection morning, it's good night Daddy Lumor.

Pastor & Pastor (Mrs.) Tunde Adesina.
Posted by Margaret video Robert on February 24, 2021
Adeiu, daddy till we meet to part no more, you were a great inspiration to me as a pastor, your humility, sense of humor, generosity and love for God is worth of emulation. You will forever be missed.
Posted by Pastor Olufeyitimi Busuyi on February 24, 2021
Pastor Lumor is an icon and epitome of God's grace and love to mankind he lived a Selfless life, his humility is second to none. His lifestyle has brought sinner to Christ We shall meet to part no more in the bossom of the Lord
Posted by Lumor Family on February 23, 2021
Big Daddy was that one person you just had to love cause of how awesome he was
- He had special ways of celebrating everyone.
- He never failed to sing for me when he called or saw me.
- He sent me prayers every Sunday.
- Called me on my birthdays

 And I am grateful to have known him.
  
  He was your father and you are wonderful
I am glad I have you in my life❤️❤️

May God continue to comfort you and strengthen you in Jesus name
- Aanutomiwa
Posted by Lumor Family on February 19, 2021
My, very sad news. He was so dedicated and sent the daily devotion to so many of us after sending one to the platform!
This news is just unbelievable.
Anyway, he's at rest now with his maker.
We celebrate his life and the fond memories will live in our hearts. Wow!
Posted by Lumor Family on February 19, 2021
Hmmm. Then it's true Pastor Sam Lumor is gone to the maker.
Before he started sending the daily devotions to the platform I was regularly receiving them.
At times I call him for his charactistic "short" prayers.
He promised meeting me personally whenever he steps in Ghana.
Man proposes but God disposes.
May he rest in peace.
Posted by Lumor Family on February 19, 2021
I am dumbfounded. What a fleeting life we are going through. Will he be brought home? Two strong members just slipped off like that. What are the lessons? We should try and accomplish all our unfinished businesses - issues our children have to know about, writing our wills, making peace with those we are at loggerheads with. Ku meklea ame o
Baba nawo Pastor Sam. Be a guardian angel of K'69 members. My condolences to the immediate family and to all of us.
Nye gbe dze anyi.
Posted by Lumor Family on February 19, 2021
Hmmm! O sweet brother farewell to the resting place prepared for you and other family members under the canopy of GOD our Maker. You have worked & walked this octave laboriously, May you receive your crown of victory in peace . We shall miss you & the daily Open Heaven series.
Xede nyuie!
Posted by Lumor Family on February 19, 2021
Mr. Sam Lumor was my boss in the office in NETCO as Lead Process Engineer. He was a very thorough person, very unassuming and neat. Almost to a fault. I can't forget how he made us complete the Front End Engineering Design of Cawthorne Channel and Awoba gas plant on schedule. You drove us so hard to achieve this feat and we thank God because all of us shared in the glory. He later became the Engineering Manager. The lunch hour fellowship you set up in NETCO is still waxing strong.

We became family and my family spent plenty of time together with your family in your house at the Redemption camp. Our son, who you nicknamed Junyo is now a man.

I thank God for the life you lived and for impacting my life positively.

Engr. Oluwatoyin Ogunsanya FNSChE
Posted by Lumor Family on February 19, 2021
MY FATHER! MY MENTOR!! MY FRIEND!!!
Infact it was a great shock when I received the call on Sunday evening, 7th of February 2021, l rushed down to his house to confirmed my fear.
Daddy Lumor as he was fondly called was humble, jovial, kind-hearted and God fearing man of God. He was a friend, confidant and one in million spiritual father to my family. How it hurts to refer to him in the past but I take great solace in the knowledge that daddy lived a life of selfless service to God and humanity.
Daddy, I'm so glad that our paths met, you lived and loved all. You served your God in the capacity He allowed you inspite of countless challenges.
To us, you were a burden bearer, always lending a helping hand, a great giver of love and care.
I celebrate your life, your legacy and the testimonies of life impacted while you were here. Your life also touched so many others in accordance to the great commission. You took the decision to consistently obey the Lord and so we do not mourn your demise.
You came! You saw!! You fought!!! and You finally conquer. We will greatly miss you daddy Lumor, no doubt; continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ till we meet again.
On behalf of all your all your spiritual children at RCCG Beautiful Gate Parish/Area, Fruitful Vine Area/Zone.
Pastor OLOFIN ADEBAYO & DEACONESS OLOFIN-ADEBAYO BOSE FAMILY
Posted by Lumor Family on February 15, 2021
CELEBRATING LATE ELDER PASTOR SAM LUMOR.

Gentle, active, wonderful, encourager, exemplary character. You deserve more qualification. Your time has come, no one has control over you except God.
God said to COME HOME when we your family, friends, colleagues, church and community need you most even when the celebration of your 70th birthday is fresh in our memory. That same God will help us overcome the shock of your departure in Jesus mighty name. We bid you GOOD NIGHT.
National Elders RCCG
Posted by Lumor Family on February 15, 2021
“With the passing of Pastor Sam Lumor the Church and the world have lost a great and true servant of God. For more than Thirty years we have been imparted through your teaching and practical Christian life we have lost great Daddy, friend and brother.

We know of no man who has more completely dedicated his time, talents, and interests to the work and ministry of our Lord. He has been a sterling example of love for his fellowmen and our Lord, Jesus Christ.

“As a great Christian leader, deeply beloved by millions of our Father’s children, he will be greatly missed by all of us.

“May God bless and keep ever alive the memory of his devoted life of faith and service.”

Glory Model Oldies
Posted by Lumor Family on February 15, 2021
If I have to describe my daddy, I will simply say that he is a man of God. I don't know how life would have been if I had not met you. You took me into your home, into your life, into your heart as your first daughter and gave me a new identity. Apart from being my Workers in training teacher, you trained me, nurtured me and prepared me for marriage. You taught me basic principles of life, Christian virtue, simple etiquette and how to give excuses for people's wrong.
When I told you that a brother proposed to me, your question is; Yinka omo mi, is he born again? Does he have a job? You gave me all the support needed and gave my hands out in marriage. Three weeks to my wedding, you came from United States of America for a conference. You gave me some dollars and told me you will not be able to come for the wedding any more. I was surprised to see you at the engagement. When I asked why you changed your mind, you said, "What would I be doing in America when my daughter is getting married?
I got a truck load of souvenir. I still have the bucket and the jotter in the name of Yomi, Shalewa and Funmi Lumor that I kept to show your grandchildren.
I got your shoulder to lean on throughout my eighteen years of waiting. Your prayers and words of comfort kept my faith alive. When the miracle finally happened in the year 2020, you rejoiced exceedingly and shared the testimony as a fulfilled grandfather.
To say I will forever missed you is an understatement; but my consolation is that you are a winner, you have gone to be with your maker. On the resurrection morning, we shall meet to part no more.
Sleep on sweet daddy.

Your daughter,
Olayinka Dickson.
Posted by Lumor Family on February 15, 2021
Elder Lumor.
Oh oh oh!!!
Not long ago he topped up his contribution to our Water project through me.
Not long ago he celebrated his 70th.
What an ebullient, always-happy man of God.

My condolences to his immediate family, the Elders particularly the 2018 group & all friends.
May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Lumor Family on February 15, 2021

Uncle Sam!
It’s us, your nephews and nieces who are paying tribute to you.
The first Sunday of the second month of 2021 was not a good one because death robbed us of a great treasure. You should have seen us, we were broken. However, if you were here with us, you would have told us…;
1 Thessalonians 5:16 – 18, “Rejoice evermore. Pray without ceasing. In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.”
We will therefore not be sorrowful from hence but we’ll give thanks to God. More especially, knowing that you are with God in heaven.
Since you left us, we have been reflecting on life and how wonderful you were to us. Not only were you an uncle, you were our daddy, our pastor and our friend. You made our welfare and wellbeing your concern, although you were miles away from us.
You always called home and said words of encouragements to us. You’d also call on our birthdays to pray for us. Unless you do not hear of us achieving a milestone, you’d call to celebrate us. Daddy, who will do these in your absence? Who will comment, “In the name of JESUS” on our Facebook posts? Who will send us Bible verses every morning via Whatsapp?
We miss you already, Pastor Lu… And we will continue to miss you.
Rest well and may God keep you.
Daniel Nabary
Posted by Lumor Family on February 15, 2021
Tribute to Engr. Pastor Sampson Kwasi Lumor
By Ing. Rex-Godson Edeckor
My friend, brother and cousin, I am lost for words and do not know how to start this tribute. Our friendship started early when we were in Secondary school and grew into brotherhood when we lived together in Kaduna. To our pleasant surprise we discovered later that we were actually related by blood and are second or third cousins.
Since you were senior and an academic giant, I took a lot pride in trying to follow your footsteps and I have not regretted using you as a role model.
When offered science in the A levels I took up the challenge and offered same subjects and when you entered engineering I also wanted to be an engineer. When I found difficulties in deciding between Mechanical/ Electrical/ Civil engineering you were there to advise that I become a civil engineer which I have not regretted.
Even though you graduated and doing your national service at Keta some 500 km away from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi you were one of first people to visit me in my first year to find out how i was faring . My friend am most grateful for your interest in my progress in life. You did same to other people who tried in the sciences from our village Tegbi.
Dr. Lawson Ahadzie told me similar stories of how guided him into medicine. Efo Kwasi we are most grateful.
Now your exit is too painful and we would have loved to receive more of your daily devotional prayers which normally drops on our WhatsApp first thing in the morning.
May the almighty grant you eternal rest in His bosom.
Engineer Lumor fare thee well. Pastor Sampson Hedenyuie mor me nakor nawo.
Efo Kwasi your maker called and you responded like the faithful servant we mortals can only thank God in all situations. May your flight be smooth

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Posted by Adebanjo Adesegun on February 26, 2021
A GOD's GENERAL

Daddy, you are indeed a General of God.
I remember vividly the first incident that drew my attention to the kind of person you were in God's vineyard: The Church speakers got "burnt" on one Sunday in 1999. While we were deliberating on how to have them repaired, you brought in new and bigger set of speakers on Tuesday. 

In days and years that followed, you touched my heart more through other greater impacts you made in God's vineyard which are conspicuous in all the Parishes where you worked. From single handedly financing church building to single handedly sponsoring establishment of many Parishes through Let's Go Fishing program.

I must say I am blessed to have worked with you in the vineyard of God. You showed me a new level of commitment to God's work. Of the truth, you were a good Leader: simple, truthful, passionate and committed to God's work. Your ways are worthy emulation. I thank God for your life that was well spent in Him. The legacy you left behind lives on.

Sleep well in the Lord Daddy.
Posted by Olusegun Oyebanji on February 26, 2021
My first Boss, my dear Engineer Sam Lumor, you will be greatly missed.

Your famous motto, "do something right the first time all of the time" has been my driving force all my career. You help to mold me from a raw graduate engineer to a professional.

You were not only my Lead Process Engineer/Manager, you were a father figure to me. Your fatherly advice has helped me not only in my career but in my family life.

May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace. AMEN
Posted by Emmanuelle Ola-Kalejaiye on February 25, 2021
I only worked with his daughter Shalewa but he took in my children; gave them the opportunity to have the feel of a Christian gran pa: their visits to him was really precious. He was gracious , merciful,with him psalm 85 verse 19 was manifested in flesh.
I know it is a glorious home call for him but I will miss him..
his Life

Bio

Pastor Sam Lumor was born on November 21, 1950. 
He commenced early education at the Evangelical Presbyterian School and then Roman Catholic middle school in Keta before completing Secondary Education at the  Keta Secondary School, Ghana.

He completed the sixth form at Prempeh College Kumasi and then graduated from the the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with a degree in Chemical Engineering. 
After completing his education, he moved to Nigeria to work as a Process Control Engineer with Ukpilla Cement Works.
Over time he joined the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and was posted to the Warri refinery where he met his "Sunshine", Omowunmi Olubunmi Bamtefa. 
They were eventualy transferred to the Kaduna Refinery and Pipelines Operations, got married and raised children - Abayomi, Omoshalewa, Olufunmilayo, Omowonuola, Oluwadurotimi, and Bankole. 
Once the opportunity came to relocate permanently to Lagos, they moved to NETCO and PPMC respectively (Both subsidiaries of NNPC). They lived in Ketu and then relocated to Ikorodu. After 26 years of meritorious service, he retired in 2005. 
By this time, He was already ordained as a Full Time Pastor at the Redeemed Christian Church of God. With his unwavering commitment to service in the Lord's vineyard, He was subsequently ordained as Zonal Pastor over the years. A few of the churches he pastored include Dominion Assembly, The Beautiful Gate Zone, Fruitful Vine Zone, RCCG Zion Parish as well as manyother churches in Lagos Province 41. 
In 2019, He was recognized and ordained with the auspicious office of a National Elder with exemplary vision, leadership and the help of the Holy Spirit. 
When he was not out doing God's work; encouraging the community with a prayer, laughter and a dance, he would typically send messages to all his loved ones, spend quality time with his wife, children and grandchildren - Modesire, Moyosire, Mayomide, and Mayomipe and soak up the word of God prayerfully.
He is surrounded by biological and spiritual children, grandchildren and the legacy of a man who loved and accepted everyone.
The Legacy of a man who walks with God. 
Recent stories

A/P Omowunmi Olubunmi Lumor (Wife)

Shared by Lumor Family on February 23, 2021
Tribute to my Evergreen darling husband, Pastor Sam Newlove Lumor
I bless the day I met my husband, more than forty years ago. 
I have never had cause to regret meeting and loving him. 
He was my husband, my friend, my lover, my confidant, the bone of my bone, flesh of my flesh, the one God gave to me to make my life complete. 
He complemented me in every way, loved me with all my faults and loved all our five children and grandchildren to a fault.
Since the day he went to be with the Lord till now, I find it difficult to mourn because of the fond memories of our union and the assurance that he will always be around me and his children to guide and protect us. He loved and served God with all that he had. 
I am confident that God took him away for heavenly assignments. 
Adieu, my better half, till resurrection morning, when we will meet to part no more.
Your Sunshine, 
A/P Omowunmi Olubunmi Lumor.
(Wife)

Abayomi's Tribute

Shared by Lumor Family on February 20, 2021
My Daddy. 
Who will affectionately call me Ayomzo?
Growing up with you as my dad is a blessing I thank God for each day. 
Everything I have learnt and I am today is all because you stood to be counted.
My encourager, my gentle but powerful brain resetter. 
Your devotion to Mummy, ‘The Lumorlings’, The whole family and the several thousands that call you daddy would always stay with me. 
Your words-always inspiring. 
Your laughter-always hearty.
Your jokes- always full of mirth.
Your charm and charisma - never lacking 
Your songs will live in our hearts.
Your voice will always ring in my mind. 
Your dancing will never fail to give us joy.
You are always happy and cheerful, you never fail to see the positives no matter the situation.
You have always been and modelled being the perfect dad, husband, friend, brother and of course the most amazing grandpa. 
I will tell your stories for all to hear whenever I get the chance and that would be all the time. 
You gave me the perfect template for navigating life, marriage, career, friendships, academics and all else and most importantly knowing and serving God.
You did all these not just by talking but showing. 
Don’t worry daddy, we would take care of mummy and promise to give her the best life you wished for her. 
We also promise to keep making you proud and living up to your ever high standards. 
Glory to God, you are now leading God’s army from Heaven. 
Your Ayomzo, 
Yomi Lumor

Omoshalewa's Tribute

Shared by Lumor Family on February 20, 2021
Baba 70, 
Daddy of life.
Evergreen to mom's Sunshine.
The boy, the brother, the  the man, the friend, the elder, the great friend, the pillar.
You have been a great support and pillar to your children and family at large.
You have the heart of an angel.. Capable of relating with both young and old.
I remember how you roll on the floor with the kids in Kiddies Realm School. 
You invent various songs and games to make sure children are happy.
You are the number one joy giver, no hate with you.
You always believe the best in everyone and encourage us to do better.
We miss your smile, your energy, your laughter, your songs, your dance, your boldness. 
Your ability to relate with everyone no matter their status or age.
You always have a pet name for everyone
What a rare gem you are..
We know you live on , your love knows no end, your commitment is everlasting and your legacy cannot die.
We celebrate  you now and always. Thank you for teaching us what a true leader is and should be.
You are perfect and have been made perfect by God.
Till we meet again where there would be no more pain and sorrow.
Miss you solely my good friend and father.
Your Ashu (Moshalewa Ogunremi nee Lumor)