ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, SUSAN ADENODI, 57 years old, born on September 21, 1963, and passed away on May 6, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Oluwafunmilayo Olayemi on May 25, 2021
My friend, sister and dearest one whom I'm well pleased, it was still like a dream, Never knew it will be this early to bid you farewell Very bitter pill to swallow, my solace remain in good life you spent, the kind of Love you showed and shared, you were epitome of Godliness to crown it all, . Your memories lingers on. "ke I said you meant so much to me and you meant different things to individual that were at one way or another close to you Anti Siju Rest on till we meet to part no more. MISS YOU SORELY
Posted by Dr Martins Momoh on May 24, 2021
Reality dawns on me, no calls, no worship songs sent, no sermon sent, the fluid steadily evaporates and the candle gradually fades into the wind.........so shattering....yet you ve always taught me to say it is well with my soul.........SIJU you remain indelible in my heart. Sleep on my confidant.
you have triumphed over all. Adieu
Posted by Ganiyu Aremu on May 11, 2021
Sunset at noon

The NOHI family has lost a gem. Matron Adenodi was a kind-hearted woman. She was always supportive of doctors, junior or senior in ensuring that our patients got the best of care. Our loss is heavens gain. Rest in the bosom of the Lord Aunty Siju.
Posted by Dr Martins Momoh on May 11, 2021

A pain i never expected, a pain i never anticipated or bargained for, a pain now intractable
"I never thought penning this down would ever occur, here am doing same.
My heart loaded and heavy , grieving and inconsolable......what a world.......Although i may be broken, but i will be strong, you ve always impressed on me to constantly walk with Christ
There's no need to weep, you are in a wonderful place now, where sorrows, pains and diseases are never found. I can see your glowing face and sweet disarming smile shouting Hallelujah and Hosanna to the Most High God.

Though you left us all behind in the sinful wicked world, Good and pleasant memories of you are indelible and comforts us.

You were there to encourage me in my career, marriage and spiritual matters with imprints of everlasting memory, no one to ever call me Ayo...... My daughter whom i named after you, mourns you, how i wish you could stay a bit longer to see her graduate.

I sure know one day we'll be together again , to laugh and sing Hallelujah.

So i make effort to lift up my head, And dare to set grief aside and celebrate you a virtuous woman of rare quality. Rest on my beloved Friend and Mom. I know you will be waiting gladly on the other side at resurrection morning to receive us all.

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Posted by Oluwafunmilayo Olayemi on May 25, 2021
My friend, sister and dearest one whom I'm well pleased, it was still like a dream, Never knew it will be this early to bid you farewell Very bitter pill to swallow, my solace remain in good life you spent, the kind of Love you showed and shared, you were epitome of Godliness to crown it all, . Your memories lingers on. "ke I said you meant so much to me and you meant different things to individual that were at one way or another close to you Anti Siju Rest on till we meet to part no more. MISS YOU SORELY
Posted by Dr Martins Momoh on May 24, 2021
Reality dawns on me, no calls, no worship songs sent, no sermon sent, the fluid steadily evaporates and the candle gradually fades into the wind.........so shattering....yet you ve always taught me to say it is well with my soul.........SIJU you remain indelible in my heart. Sleep on my confidant.
you have triumphed over all. Adieu
Posted by Ganiyu Aremu on May 11, 2021
Sunset at noon

The NOHI family has lost a gem. Matron Adenodi was a kind-hearted woman. She was always supportive of doctors, junior or senior in ensuring that our patients got the best of care. Our loss is heavens gain. Rest in the bosom of the Lord Aunty Siju.
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