ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of my dearly beloved wife Princess COMFORT SALAMAT JEGEDE. She deserves a golden place in my heart and I want my generation to hold her in that esteem forever. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Mummy,nobody to ask me if I have eaten ? Or If I am fine whenever we have a reason to come together as one big family. No more packages and souvenirs. You were a perfect gentle woman any man could ask for. Keep resting Ma. May God give us the gratitude to bear the loss.

Damilola Abe
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Hmmmm to the living_she'd gone
To the sorrowful_she can never return
To those that are happy_Olori Comfort is at peace
We'll remember all good days, we spent together
We won't forget your love, care and accommodation you gave us
We'll always remember how lovely you're
You'll forever been in our minds
Sleep on dear wife, you're now in a better place, where there's no pain
Till that resurrection morning, ma simi laya Olugbala

Princess Adenike Adeola
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Wow! What a pity...a colossal loss of an amiable and dependable wife and mother!
May the Lord console the entire family and grant her peaceful rest unto eternity.
Accept my sympathy sir.

Mrs L Funmilayo Afolayan
Former Principal Ilukuno Community Grammar School, Ilukuno Ekiti
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
She deserved to be honoured and praised till eternity. Because she afforded you that rare privilege of unalloyed and undiluted loyalty of companionship in your relationship. Despite the inevitable circumstance, God's name is to be praised and exalted. My dogged Prince, God in His infinite wisdom is unquestionably. God has given you the courage to forge ahead and He will continue to uphold and sustain the family.
May God grant her eternal rest. Because of your believe and faith in God and the blessed fruits therein, I still say happy wedding anniversary.

HRM Oba Oladipupo Kolade
Olupoti of Ipoti Kingdom
Ipoti Ekiti
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Hmm! Losing a beloved may be excruciating,but as genuine christians,our comfort is meeting again on The Glorious Morning.Sleep on,our dearly beloved mummy.

Adeloju Michael
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Rest on my Chief bride's maid.It's so painful celebrating your posthumous birthday

Mowa Akinjoko
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Rest in peace darling wife and sister, celebrating you posthumously is a painful one, continue to have peace with your maker.

Grace Yemisi Ogunleye
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Oh God. My pen is still failing me. Where do I start? Living with you for one and the half year without a single misunderstanding is still a puzzle! I Know I am not perfect but you choose to see my good side.
Who can question God? Your life was a sermon and your memory will linger with us. Rest on aunty as I fondly called you. Take solace in the Lord sir. Amu olododo lo saaju ojo ibi
Rest on, a woman of excellent character.

Prince Adedayo Jegede
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Keep resting mummy. We love you but God loves you most.

Oluwakemi Dada
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
God is with you and the family sir. Blessed is the memory of the righteous. Sister Comfort is a champion ! We call her blessed even in death . Hallelujah !

Mrs Moriike Moronke Adegoke
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
May the soul of our darling sister, aunty and Wife continue to rest on eternally in the vineyard of her Maker.

Ola Fasanmi
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Forever missed. Rest in peace my sister

Mrs Bukola Ajisafe
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Missing you any time any day I think of you
The best you left shall be great

Mrs Bukola Eyinfunjowo
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Even at your grave I still love you. A treasure,a jewellery, a gold, a perfect and lovely sister. I see no one to compare you with among other women. Never sleep off dear. Your memories is always in our heart.continue to rest in the bosom of Almighty God.

Mrs Tomilola Ekundayo
Posted by Jide Joda on June 5, 2022
To God be the glory, in honour & treasured Memory of Blessed Mummy, Mrs Jegede.

She was one of the KINDEST people God has given me the grace of knowing. And I believe God, that all her good deeds while she was here with us shall not be in vain, even unto eternity in Jesus' name. Amen.

A role model Mother & a perfect wife to my mentor, uncle, senior Manager & life teacher, Mr Ayodele Jegede. She radiated kindness, great motherly love & a positive impact maker to us all.

We are only comforted in the resurrection morning hope. There will be joy in the morning, at the sound of the trumpet, when we shall meet to part no more.
- Jide Joda
Posted by Olawale Olla on June 3, 2022
Princess Salimat Comfort Jegede, your death is a painful exit, very shocking and sudden. You left your better half, prince Ayodele Jegede, children, family and we friends in pains that only God could console us. Iku doro, iku seka, iku mu aya rere lo, lodede oko re. Sunre o, odigbose, odi arinnako, odi oju ala, odi ti eni ba n joni, gege bi onigbogbago ododo, a o pade lese Olugbala. O daaro!!!
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on June 3, 2022
Today is your second posthumous Birthday dear. 
It's been a long walk without you dear.
This day has been a special day in our home but today everything is quiet. The cost of loosing you is inestimable, I am the only one that knows what I lost in your sudden demise on that terrible Tuesday afternoon. Hmmmm...... ijo Iya ba ku ni wura ola baje........ Life hasn't been rosy without you. I am struggling to keep fit and with the help of God. Ijo ajumo jo wa di ijo emi nikan soso.
I missed your dearly darling, the children misses you too. We have no choice that to settle for the new normal; a new life without you. You are simply unforgettable.
On this special day, our hearts goes out to you in reminiscences of the good old days. We are holding on to the consolation that you are shining bright with the Lord.
Adieu my love.
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on December 22, 2021
I remember you this morning, while thinking of what to do to prepare the family for the Yuletide, I was in a deep confusion on what to do. Celebrating without you is for me, a misnomer. At the same time, I am duty bound to keep the children happy and make them Celebrate. They must carry on with their lives and I must be there for them always. Thank goodness!!! they are traveling what a big relief this has brought. I would have been able to pull myself together before they come back. Darling, these are not best of times for me. Adieu. Rest till we see to part no more. It's well.
Posted by Tope Jegede on November 27, 2021
Aunty, it's been over 365 days you left these sinful World, I do sincerely miss you every passing day..your thought has crossed my mind every single day..this has been the most challenging time for our family..Your smile and sense of humanity will be missed forever.. Adieu Aunty, we love you but God loves you most, continue to rest in the bossom of your maker...
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on November 24, 2021
It's been 365 days after that unusual black Tuesday but the grief remains as fresh as ever. Everyday, I see your footprints everywhere and in everything I do. You are such a great companion, a wonderful friend, a caring mother, a loving wife and a relentless child of God. I miss you so dearly but I am consoled that you lived a worthy life. Rest itunu mi owon.
Posted by Oluwatosin Akinsiku on November 24, 2021
My dearest aunty what a blessing and privilege it was to have you as a part of our family. You have left a remarkable legacy here on earth know that you will never be forgotten and always loved. It is hard to believe that the angels have carried you home at a time we least expected. I hardly take in the fact that your sudden demise has unexpectedly terminated the moments I enjoyed with you. You left a hollow no one can ever fill. love you sweet Aunty and you will forever live in my hearts. Continue to rest on in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Omotomilayo Akinsiku on November 23, 2021
Aunty mi as I used to call you. Words are not enough to tell how much you mean to me. I cannot still believe you are gone. Every time your thought is always on my mind. Your tender love, care, open mind and arm to all. You are a rare gem and only GOD knows why your death is so sudden. You are forever in my mind and your thought will always be with me as long as I live.
Till we meet again. Keep resting in God's bossom. Till will meet again in the presence of our Lord.
Posted by Oluwakemi Akinsiku on November 23, 2021
Dear Sis, I have missed talking to you, I have miss your smile and your tender voice, your love and advice, You are always remembered and your thoughts will always be in my heart . Even though I’m yet to accept your demise, am still thinking whenever I visit, I will see you., but this is me not accepting the fact that you are no more in the miserable world. I love you so much, but God loves you even more and knows why it happened this way.
Rest on in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Tope Ayinuola on November 23, 2021
Oh mummy as I fondly called you. You taught me everything that I know today, you were a preacher of love and peace. You lived a life so good and you impacted so many lives, little did we know it's going to be for a short time. Your death still seems like a dream to me which I ponder on daily in my closet,but I take solace in God's word. Continue to rest on dear mummy till we meet to path no more. You will be forever cherished.
Posted by Babatope Abiola on November 23, 2021
Oh my mommie, mommie how I missed you. The awful anguish and grief I have is unlike anything I have ever experienced. No words can express my grief of losing you from my life.Memories of your face, warm smile, large heart and good deeds bring tears to my eyes every minute of the day.
I love you dearly mum.. I am completely heartbroken that you are gone forever iya gbogbo omo, it’s so hard to face reality. Goodbye my wonderful and lovely mummy,my great adviser,my wonderful counselor,my caring mummy and my great teacher.I will always love and cherish you.Your children missed you mummy.My heart bleed..REST ON MY BEAUTIFUL MUMMY
Posted by Jegede Aderonke on November 13, 2021
My mummy, my mothers P A, iya gbogbo lomo, omo kan ko se sonu as we fondly call you...you were such a treasure coated with diamond but the killer of dreams took you away from us without a notice....hmmmm, wished i could perform a magic on that ugly Tuesday 24th November 2020 when i saw your lifeless body to wake you up....i was totally lost of ALL. At first i thought i was dreaming , on a second thought, i felt it was a drama, hmmmm words failed me seriously because i couldn't still believe you are gone off me just like that....I can't forget all mother, the vacuum you left, no one can fill....each passing day,i always see your footprint, i can NEVER forget you mum....though you are gone physically but you can never be forgotten...Every 24th of every month, i always wished there was never a date like that....i missed you Aunty, i love you dearly but God knows best....
Your children missed you....They kept asking me for there big mummy,but i got no answers for them.....How do i explain it?
Keep resting till we meet on the last day in glory .....
Adeiu
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on November 11, 2021
GONE TOO SOON

Gone too soon
A world ended that late afternoon
When you left without a goodbye
My world stopped, Every hope shattered
Because my vital part is gone
As I open my eyes this morning
I realized that life still goes on
But lately, my life has no meaning
Because, someone who gives it meaning is gone
A life that ended too early
Made my world fall apart
And now, I am left here without you
With sadness and pains in my heart
Gone too soon
You left me,
You took the stars and the moon
The sun doesn't shine like it used to
And thick darkness is all I can see
Under the looming light that the sun provides
Darkness like never before covers everywhere from my heart
Because you were gone too soon
I put on a brave face for others
I try to be strong among friends
But deep within, I wreath daily in pains
For a rare jewel that was gone too soon
I stay daily lonely in the crowd
Thinking of you, as yet another day ends
Without the hope of you coming back
I know, this hurt I am feeling will never get better again
Because you have left such an emptiness in my heart
That is hard to fill, however hard I try
Now my heart is filled with sorrow and pains
I cry when I think about you
I cry for you to be here
I cry when I see your picture in my heart
I cry because you are not here
Gone to soon are the good times,
Gone too soon are the blissful moments
Gone too soon are usual jokes and lovely banters
Gone too soon are the moments of caring
Gone too soon are our hope of staying old together
Gone too soon are our plans for tomorrow
All just came and gone like the bursting of a balloon
For a moment it's there before you
And the next, it's gone too soon
You are simply unforgettable
Even though, you have gone too soon

*Lamentations from my broken heart*
Written on 1st May 2021 by Ayodele Jegede
Posted by Dele Jegede olufemi on October 30, 2021
Your departure from this world still remains a mystery to me. My sister & mother. Missing u is an understatement but the joy of it is that you lived an impactful life & you are in a better place.

Rest on Aunty Sala ( as I foundly call you)
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on October 29, 2021
First Posthumous Birthday Tribute.

Today should have been your birthday. We would have woken up and and give thanks and hug. We would have sang praises for the grace of another year. The children would have kept vigil till 12am to beat each other in the uncrowned contest of who would be the first to wish you Happy Birthday. Both my phone and yours would have been ringing endlessly with calls and messages of good wishes on the attainment of a new milestone, but the wicked death stopped everything with just one stroke. My heart is heavy today, not because I have doubt that you are shining in glory with Master Jesus, but because I lost an irreplaceable companion, my Jewel of inestimable value: the one that accepted me as I am.
Hmmmm................ People have counsels that I should forget you and move on. How I wish it could be that easy. Yes I will definitely move on, but to forget is a tall order, a very tall one at that, because a part of me went with you that day took your flight.

Today as I remain in my lonesome room, I wish to celebrate you with this song written by the prolific songwriting Legend of all times Elton John- A Candle in the Wind, which I edited and adapted to carry my message.

Good bye Royal Rose
May you ever grow in our hearts
You were the grace that place itself
We're lives were torn apart
You call out to our homes
And you whisper to those pain
Now you belong to heaven
And the Stars spelt out your name

And it seems to me you lived your life
Like a candle in the wind
Never fading with sunset
When the rain set in
And your footsteps will always fall there
Along the Royal greenest hills
Your candle burned out long before
Your legend ever will

Loveliness I 've lost
These empty days without your smiles
This torch I 'll always carry
For my darling lovely wife
And even though we try
The truth brings us to tears
All our words cannot express
The joy you brought us through the years

And it seems to me you lived your life
Like a candle in the wind
Never fading with sunset
When the rain set in
And your footsteps will always fall there
Along the Royal greenest hills
Your candle burned out long before
Your legend ever will

Oh what a great loss
Your depart is, the day you flew away
And got blew off, like a candle in the wind
A part of me, not a little
You took away in your train
Now I relive your days in my heart
With the memories of your lovely smiles
The beauty of your caring heart

And it seems to me you lived your life
Like a candle in the wind
Never fading with sunset
When the rain set in
And your footsteps will always fall there
Along the Royal greenest hills
Your candle burned out long before
Your legend ever will

Good bye my Princess
May you ever grow in our hearts
You were the grace that place itself
We're hearts were torn apart
You preached peace in our homes
And you whisper to those pain
Now you belong to heaven
And the Stars spelt out your name

And it seems to me you lived your life
Like a candle in the wind
Never fading with sunset
When the rain set in
And your footsteps will always fall there
Along the Royal greenest hills
Your candle burned out long before
Your legend ever will

Good Night Sweetheart
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on April 30, 2021
Aunty Comfort,

To your marker, you are a great gain.
To your husband, you were a compassionate partner.
To your children, a great mother.
To your family, you were a child anyone would pray for.
You played a significant role as our sister in law.
To your neighbors, a great confidant.
To our community, you were a great daughter of the soil.

Why now Aunty? That is the question that keeps popping up from everyone. Your death was a great shock and still is. The vacuum you created can't be filled. You impacted greatly in everyone that crossed your path.

We never wanted you to go, but we have to submit to the will of God. The entire family will surely miss you, till we meet to part no more, keep resting in peace and bossom of the Lord.

Good night Aunty.

Written by
Opeyemi Bolarinwa
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on April 30, 2021
My Birthday Message to you on the 3rd of June 2019 to mark your 51st Birthday, copied from your Facebook page
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Let’s roll out the drums, it’s time to dance and celebrate a worthy mother, wife, Sister, Auntie and many more........... Yes many more, because I can’t sufficiently describe what she is, to different people around her. To me she is a lovely wife, a caring mother, and a quintessential companion of indescribable values. A Royal Princess who would naturally go with the title of “Her Royal Highness” if we were of the British stock as a wife of a High Ranking Royal, and nonetheless by faith, a Royal Priesthood. Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies. Prov 31:10
To my Siblings and Children......Hmmmmmm..................... Let me not speak for them. They will add theirs themselves.
But emm..... less I forget, she is called IYA GBOGBO by my Sisters...... Meaning; Iya Gbogbo, Gbogbo l’omo, ikan ko see sha d’anu ( which can be literarily translated as- Mother of children who believes however bad a child is he should be loved so as to bring the best out of him/her). A peace loving woman, who loves without reasons, she doesn’t discriminate, She is very accommodating and a strong believer of the “LIVE and Let’s LIVE dictum”
Words of mouth cannot describe our joy as we celebrate with you on this special day. As you begin another round of 365days, may the peace of the Lord Almighty, Joy unspeakable, unlimited favour from the Throne of grace and countless blessings be your companion as you journey along. As the Man of God had prophesied that our dancing shall be more that our asking this month, issues of joy that will cause you to dance uncontrollably shall not seize in your life. 
On behalf of the Children and I, I say HAPPY BIRTHDAY DARLING
Prince Ayodele Jegede

Theses are some of my views about you which are yet to change.
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on April 30, 2021
Darling
My heart bleeds to come to term that you are really gone. Like the proverbial shakepearian actor, you left the stage when the ovation was loudest. We had lofty dreams, we had great plans for our future. Our hopes of a great old age together was very high. But suddenly, you flew away without saying goodbye.

You never said I am leaving, you were gone before I knew it. All efforts to bring you back failed. Only God knows why. Hmmmm............. Who are am I, to question God? He is right all the time. He is the unquestionable God. He ruleth in the affairs of men.

Your absence is visible in me. The deafening silence around me in the noisiest place, and my protacted loneliness in midst of people is enough a vacuum, to reveal your absence. Many times I needed you, you are no more to be found, your space beside me is empty, many times I cried, tears dries up with no one to console me.

If love could have saved you, if it was money, I would have spent my last to see you through, you never would have died. This is one death that sneaked in unnoticed. Wicked coward death!!! Why didn't you have the courage to face me squarely? Why did you choose to creep in unnoticed and cheated me where it pains dearly. I am an apostle of love, I teach people to love and not hate, but I hate you, you wicked death. Some Friends and families counsels me to forget and move on. Kind words!!! Isn't it? I would say, so easy to say, but the love between me and my wife is so deep rooted than that. It's hard to let go. I missed you very dearly darling, your kindness, your love and your supports. I feel, I still have a lot of them to reciprocate as we always do.

In life, I love you dearly, in death I love you still. In my heart, you hold a place that no one else can ever fill. It breaks my heart to loose you; but you didn't go alone, for a part of me went with you, the day God took you home. Rest on...... my Jewel of inestimable value, my quintessential soulmate, my superlative friend and my adorable wife
Adieu!  Adieu!!  Adieu!!!    Till we meet at the end of time at the feet of our master Jesus on the resurrection day, your memory remains a treasure.

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Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Mummy,nobody to ask me if I have eaten ? Or If I am fine whenever we have a reason to come together as one big family. No more packages and souvenirs. You were a perfect gentle woman any man could ask for. Keep resting Ma. May God give us the gratitude to bear the loss.

Damilola Abe
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Hmmmm to the living_she'd gone
To the sorrowful_she can never return
To those that are happy_Olori Comfort is at peace
We'll remember all good days, we spent together
We won't forget your love, care and accommodation you gave us
We'll always remember how lovely you're
You'll forever been in our minds
Sleep on dear wife, you're now in a better place, where there's no pain
Till that resurrection morning, ma simi laya Olugbala

Princess Adenike Adeola
Posted by Ayodele Jegede on July 14, 2022
Wow! What a pity...a colossal loss of an amiable and dependable wife and mother!
May the Lord console the entire family and grant her peaceful rest unto eternity.
Accept my sympathy sir.

Mrs L Funmilayo Afolayan
Former Principal Ilukuno Community Grammar School, Ilukuno Ekiti
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