This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Toluwalope Obamuyiwa, born on November 2, 1981, and passed on to glory on June 17, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Ojediran Akeem on July 14, 2022
TOLU, continue to rest in perfect peace. Surely you are remembered ever day of my life
Posted by OLAOTAN WILLIAMS on July 9, 2022
Your memory is blessed....You remain in my toughts...You will always be remembered!
Posted by bolatito Adediran on June 20, 2022
Tolu o digbose o. It was like sun that rises in the morning and set in the evening. Till we meet at the feet of Jesus. O ma lagbara o. o de ti podun kan naa niyen. Habah it is well
Posted by DIPO OGUNBIYI on June 18, 2022
Toluwalope it’s still like a dream of the night for me you had actually left this sinful world without pre-informing anybody with your departure. I have the solace that you are already with Almighty GOD rejoicing with the angels. Adieu! You will forever be missed sweet sis
Posted by Folake Ayo-Olusanya on June 17, 2022
It's hard to believe that you are gone,It's a year now,but still fresh, we missed you but we take comfort in the good memories you left behind, may your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Damilola Bamishaye on June 17, 2022
Tolu just like yesterday you left this sinful world , you may have gone but your memory lingers on . Continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty till we meet to part no more
Posted by Susan Osumah on June 17, 2022
WE MISS YOU ......its a year today
Posted by Oyebode Oloyede on November 2, 2021
It's a year already sister Tolu, you are still in our hearts. Love always
Posted by Saratulahi Bello on November 2, 2021
Happy posthumous birthday mum. You would have been 40years today but God has the final decision on our life's. Rest on maami.
Posted by DADA URSULA on July 26, 2021
Just that day, I was in the Church trying to pray after Sunday Mass in August 2020. I just came back from travel then, a girl came to me and said, please ma, Fr's daughter sent me to call you. Which of them?... was my reply because I've spoken to some but not seen them. Still on it, another voice said, "mummy, mummy wants to meet with you", that's my Jessy talking. Which mummy again o,I've seen mummy Abegunde?? It's my other mummy, Mrs Tolu.
  Immediately, I followed and before I could get to her, she ran to me and hugged me with laughs and greeting and every happy and joyful gesture, without minding the covid-19 rules, very strict then. I was moved by this act. Mrs. Tolu,you are loving!
The gist now started but in Yoruba, I wanted to pretend, I understood all she was saying, but I was forced because of her love for me shown clearly, I told her the truth. She asked for my friendship, which I gladly accepted, the journey with her started........
 But, as in T, (do you remember how you were looking right around you, the first day, I coined this name for you, to see who I was calling?) I'll miss all these.... Who did you delegate to take over in teaching me Yoruba, who? I missed those gist and the special hugging, remember, you said, it's just for me...
  How about our plans come ending of this year? Unfulfilled!!!!! I can't say it all but will keep the sweet memory evergreen! The friendship did not last for one year but it's memory over turns those of more than five years. Whenever you were around, you would come looking for me in the Church, telling me you knew, I would run home if you did not come fast... Who now?? This is why,I don't want to write.....can't really stand it.
Go in peace, my friend, I'll continue to cherish your memory pending the time the Almighty allotted to me..... REST IN GOD MRS TOLU.
Posted by Saratulahi Bello on June 30, 2021
Mummy for your kind and gentle warmth towards everyone around you, an aged man shed tears for ur transition to the holy Land. Mum I miss you likewise the boys in the hostel like you fondly call them. 
Posted by Adesuwa Agboola on June 29, 2021
Sis Tolu, I was shocked when I saw the post informing the brethren of your transition to glory! Even as I write this piece, I can see your gentle, calm and motherly smile assuring us that everything will work out well. You were a rare gem and as you sparkle amongst the Master's gems keep cheering us on. Rest well beloved sis. May God Almighty, grant your family the strength to go through the painful time.
Posted by Methodist Church Asero mo... on June 27, 2021
The clergy and the entire laity of Methodist Church Nigeria Asero Model Assembly received, with shock, the news of the passing of your daughter, Mrs. Tolulope Obamuyiwa, whose sad event took place on Thursday, 17th June, 2021

Until her transition, the late Mrs Obamuyiwa was a diligent, dutiful and impactful worker in the vineyard of her creator. Within the shot period of her fellowship with us at Asero, she was able to make a very positive contribution to both the physical and spiritual growth of the church. She was a pillar of support in a ramifications.

Her death is, therefore, not a loss to only her immediate and extended family, but to us as a church. Who are we to question the will of the Almighty God?  We are consoled by the fact that she knew Christ's   and completely dedicated her life to the promotion of Christ's kingdom on Earth. We are, therefore, sure that we shall jointly fellowship with the saints on the resurrection morning. (Job. 19:25)

We identify with your family at this moment of great grief and pray that the Almighty God grants her family the fortitude to bear the great and irreparable loss. Amen

The Rev Jonathan Aderonmu  Bro. Ojoye 
      Minister in charge.     Snr steward
Posted by Ayojesutomi Abiodun-Solan... on June 25, 2021
Rest well dear Tolu nee Oluyomi. It is so shocking to hear of your sudden departure but we do not mourn as the ungodly, we are comforted by the truth that eternal life doesn't die but has only transited from here.
We thank God for the beautiful life you lived and we receive grace to impart more while we are still here.
We also ask for the comfort of the Spirit for your family and loved ones. Till we meet in the Resurrection and Life, Rest Well.
Posted by oludare adetosoye on June 25, 2021
So much said about you and so much shared by many. From all I've heard and read your impact will be surely missed. We believe you're in a better place. Rest in peace Tolu.
Posted by Lawal Sakirat on June 24, 2021
Sister Tolu, that's what i use to call you then. You have lived a life of emulation, simple to the core, gentle, meek, hardworking, diligent. Your EVER-SMILING face will be missed by me. Still cant believe you have taken all those attributes away with you. i love YOU but cant do anything to stop death. GOODNIGHT!!!
Posted by Philip Akporiaye on June 24, 2021
Woke up to this shock today. This is terribly sad and difficult to comprehend. But we know that God knows best and there are things we might never understand till the end of time. We find solace in the impact you have made and the lives you have blessed. I pray that God will comfort your family through these tough times. Rest in His bossom.
Posted by Oluwadamilola Babalola on June 24, 2021
Woke up this morning to the rude shock of your were such a gentle soul. May God comfort the family and everyone you left behind. Rest in peace dear sister.
Posted by Mercy Ekwere on June 24, 2021
A good woman, a kind hearted fellow, a mother to all, an encourager, so deligent and intelligent.
You always stand on and for the truth
You say things the way they are.
A virteous woman indeed.
I missed you so much
Yours is a peaceful rest.
Rest on ma.
Posted by Ayodele Oluyomi on June 24, 2021
My sister, my baby sister, from the days of making you a chocolate drink as a toddler, to the days of driving you to St Louis Grammar School, to days of FUTA, to Abeokuta and every time in between, the love and bond we shared was so strong that even distance and time never nibbled at it. You cared deeply and always showed that love is a verb, never allowing challenges to limit you.

For nearly 40 years, you were a gift to our family, to me personally and now as we can see, to your world, way larger than we could have imagined. You were always a ray of hope, a shinning light and a source of joy.

Tolu, I really appreciate and respect your warm heart and generous spirit, generous with your time, encouragement, well wishes and resources also. You were willing to stick your neck out for others, go against the crowd if that's what it would take to make a positive impact. You knew what you believed, stood for what you believed and believed what you stood for. You spoke the truth but did with grace and compassion. You had the wherewithal to be the "good cop" and the "bad cop" all at the same time.

Sometimes you were the chef, sometimes you were the event planner and chief organiser, other times the banker extraordinaire but most of all, you were "Tolu", the sister/friend with broad shoulders that family and friends, older and younger alike could lean on. Even in your moments of vulnerability, you still had the heart to look out for and reach out to others.

The departure of your beautiful soul has left a big and deep vacuum and only God whom you believed in, served and worshipped could heal the hurt and the pain of your absence in the flesh as we trust God for the grace to "not sorrow as others who have no hope" (I Thess 4:13)

Tolu, you are not dead, we believe you have only transitioned to the other side, better side of eternity and though you are not here anymore, the impacts you've had and the legacy you leave will arise and continue to shine on this side of eternity as you arise and worship in the presence of the Lord for eternity.

I love you so very much, already miss you so deeply and will always miss you.
Posted by Ige Francis on June 24, 2021
Sister Tolu,your sudden departure is a real shock,thank God for your lifetime and testimonies about you.RIP
Posted by Folake Ayo-Olusanya on June 23, 2021
It's with a heavy heart that I am writing this aunty Tolu you suppose to be the one saying goodnight to me not the other way round, but our loss but heaven's gain, heaven gained another Angel the day you were called to glory, you will forever be missed, I cannot forget the days when I was a new mother and you will always come to show your love and helping hand, my dear Iya oko,rest on till we meet again to part no more. May God grant you eternal rest. I will forever love and cherish your memories.
Posted by Ibitayo Odu on June 24, 2021
What can I say!!! You were such a loveable and lively sister. No dull moment with you, so hardworking and willing to help when called upon. Our last discussion was about helping someone with admission into the university.
We will all miss you however our Joy is that we will meet on ressurrection morning. Sleep on aburo.
Posted by Adeleke Adeyinka on June 23, 2021
Death where is thy sting,grave where is thy victory........We all know that life isn't fair sometimes,it is not fair that Tolu was taken away from us the time people needed her most.Its not fair because she was unable to live long.It is so sad that the office of the AG&PT will miss her so much,but who are we to query God.Her warm reception,devotion to work and outstanding personality is second to none.Tolu lived a life worth emulating,an industrious lady,God fearing with high sense of humility.It is an understatement to say that Tolu was the engine room of FCMB Okelewo branch,she goes extra miles to satisfy customers who came across her,she can climb the stair case of the banking hall several times in a day to put smiles on the faces of customers.No doubt the FCMB had lost an outstanding staff.Tolu will be greatly missed by all.An outstanding officer without any blemish.Who will fill the VACCUM?May the Lord grant the parents, family and the entire staff of FCMB the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.Adieu Tolu
Posted by Omobolanle Adekanmbi on June 23, 2021
I am still shocked by the news of your transition but comforted by the fact that you have gone to rest.
I remember your smiles and cheerful nature when we were growing up. I always loved coming to your house and spending time playing. Though, life happened and we grew apart and went our different ways, I still cherish those memories and hold them dear. Toluwalope, Heaven has gained an angel . We love you but God loves you most. Rest on dear Cousin till we meet to part no more. May God comfort and uphold your loved ones. Rest on dear Sister
Bolanle Adekanmbi (Nee Abiona)
Posted by Adebusola Ekiejare on June 23, 2021
I have to write it now because holding would not change things. Tolulope,it's so unreal and totally unacceptable that you're really gone! But the Lord knows best always. You were always happy and you wanted everyonearound you to be happy. Your bright smile was the jewellery in your dressing. You had such a big and kind heart. Our loss is indeed heaven's reward. Rest on in the Lord dear sister. You are unforgettable
Posted by Damilola Bamishaye on June 23, 2021
Toluwalope I never thought this is going to be the end , I thought I'll see you soon only to be told you're gone . You were so selfless and always ready to help in your capacity , you are such an intelligent and success driven person. I was going to come back to thank you in person for being there during my trying time but now confined to saying that here . I am pained deeply for your demise but God understands much more than we do and one thing that I am sure of is all these things we will understand it better by and by . Rest on Toluwalope Feyikemi Obamuyiwa , sleep on till the resurrection morning .
Posted by Joseph Adelaja on June 23, 2021
Such a painful exit! We will miss her adorable heart, pleasant demeanor and that infectious smiles and laughter. Easy going, full of courtesy and so friendly. Her disposition to life is inspiring. You wonder how I got these impressions even though we have never worked together. Trust an encounter with her will reveal this much. And if you have it more than once for those of us in the marketing field, you will have a book to write...Trust her colleagues will be short of space to write a deserving compendium on this amiable personality, Tolu Obamuyiwa.

May God grant the family the fortitude to bear this painful loss as she rests on till resurrection.
Posted by oludare adetosoye on June 23, 2021
Olumide Adelaja(Stanbic Bank) writes...

Such a painful exit! We will miss her adorable heart, pleasant demeanor and that infectious smiles and laughter. Easy going, full of courtesy and so friendly. Her disposition to life is inspiring. You wonder how I got these impressions even though we have never worked together. Trust an encounter with her will reveal this much. And if you have it more than once for those of us in the marketing field, you will have a book to write...Trust her colleagues will be short of space to write a deserving compendium on this amiable personality, Tolu Obamuyiwa.

May God grant the family the fortitude to bear this painful loss as she rests on till resurrection.
Posted by Olufemi Babafemi on June 23, 2021
Rest on Sis till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Ibukun Sokeye on June 23, 2021
The news of your passing came to me as a rude shock. I'm still in shock! You are such a dedicated and humble soul. We worked together and I can testify to your high sense of commitment to duty. You gave it your all. Your very all. I recall how you looked out for my unit while on the field. Sometimes, you called to give me updates on CDL cheques. Your unit(PSG), led by Mrs Babalola was an immense blessing to my unit in the bank. Tolu, you went far and beyond. I am pained you are gone. We cannot question God who had called you at this time. Hope to see you on the resurrection morning. Rest on dear!
Posted by Oluwakayode Samson Adedej... on June 23, 2021
It was a great shock that moment I heard you were no more, my wife (Oluwafunmilayo Kinoshi) and I were driving towards home when she received the call of you passing on, I had to ask her which Tolu she was talking about, because i din't believe it could be you. You were humble, respectful and easy going. I take solace in the fact that you have seen Christ before seeing death, I believe God has a purpose to have taken you at this time and on resurrection morning, you will rise with the saints. Good night Madam Tolu.
Posted by Oluwafunmilayo Kinoshi on June 22, 2021
Iyawo mi, as I fondly call you, you were a rare gem, more expensive than rubies, you were all in all Toluwalope, you were the most dedicated staff of FCMB I have ever met, you had the interest of both your employer and the customers at heart, how you were able to balance this still baffles me, this is a question I would have loved you to give an answer to, each time I send mails that concerns you, Olatoluwafikemi, your memories lingers in my heart, I remembered how hardworking and committed you were, I still remembered clearly your last words to me, you said, " Funmi, just keep smiling, put your worries behind you". You were a caring sister who wished everyone well. Your demise taught me to be nice as much as I can, so help me God. Sis, Oluwatamilore and I will really miss you, Sleep on till we meet to part no more, Rest on God's Soldier. Adieu Toluwalope!!! Earthly loss, Heaven's gain.
Posted by Janet Adegelu on June 22, 2021
Iya wa o. As I use to call you. It's hard for me to believe that you are gone and am yet to recover from the shock. Looking at your picture keeps reminding me of the last discussion you had with us the children, telling us to stay connected. You are such a blessing to us. Your memory will forever be in our hearts . Sleep on our beloved Aunty Tolu.
Posted by Adeyinka Olopade on June 22, 2021
Words cannot express your characters while on earth. You are such an amiable, humble and easy going person. You have touched lives while on earth and finished the race. The stories came as a shock to me and I said not again . Good night our darling Sister. May the Lord grant you an eternal rest
Posted by Saratulahi Bello on June 22, 2021
Mummy I still can't believe you are gone. Your demise is a great shock to me. This is so sudden and untimely but who am I to question the UNQUESTIONABLE. I love you but God loves you more. Rest on mum
Posted by Femi Owopetu on June 22, 2021
TolU baby mi, saw you and slept in your Abeokuta Home some years back and last in lagos when you came for my father in law's burial. Little did I know it was the time I will be meeting you.

" Emi ni Tolu baby Brother Femi o oo" my little Pet sister

What can i say but to accept the will of the almighty God the maker of all things to who we will return without any notice or warning.

Posted by Adu OluwaToseen OluwaDami... on June 22, 2021
My Mom like I fondly called you and which you were until your sudden demise.
I still cannot comprehend the news of your death.
I remembered your last conversation with me. You said "So sorry I have been off. Been trying to cope with myself. Take care, stay blessed and stay safe"
Little did I know, that would be your last words to me.
You tutored and shielded me like a mother would do to her son, Disciplined me when I erred, but was always there whenever I called on you.
My chapter in FCMB Abk cannot be concluded without mentioning the role and impact you played in my life and career.
Sweet is the memory of the righteous
Mom, I miss you and I love you but I know that you are in a better place, away from pain and struggles of life
May the Good Lord Grant you eternal rest.
Till we meet to part no more.
Adieu Mom
Adieu Toluwalope Olatiolufikemi Obamuyiwa
Posted by Dare Shokunbi on June 22, 2021
Still in shock about this news. Sis Tolu was such an amazing soul tending to overly care about others. Quite engaging and wants you to be fine. Having known her since 2002 thereabout and still seeing that the comments still depicts her as being same shows she has deep routed value for people. She will be greatly missed though greatly gained by heaven. Till we meet again at the feet of Christ. Goodnight soldier
Posted by Tunji Fasae on June 22, 2021
You will forever be missed Toluwalope. We take solace in the fact that you loved and served the Lord and you have now left us to be with him. Continue to rest in peace my sister & friend Tolu. We pray God’s comfort & strength for the family.
- TJ
Posted by Akinbode Paul Olaoye on June 22, 2021
Sister Tolu as fondly called, you would be greatly missed by all that ever met you. You would be missed for your cheerfulness, you would be missed for your straightforwardness, and you would be missed for your kindness.

Adieu Sis Tolu.
Posted by akindele olupona on June 22, 2021
Tolu, I am still in shock and kept hoping that it wasn't true...but as believers I anchor my hope that you have gone before us all to cheer us on and we will someday meet again. Rest well beloved daughter of Zion.
Posted by OLAOTAN WILLIAMS on June 22, 2021
She was my sister from another mother...a woman with a heart of gold...godly, cheerful and caring...we came very close...our families knew us to be besties...and when I was so impressed to call you to catch up just last week, I forgot to make the call...not knowing the next thing I will hear is that you have gone ahead of us to join the saints triumphant...your memory is blessed will always be remembered!!!
Posted by AKOREDE ADENAIKE on June 22, 2021
It is hard for me to believe this...... Such a gentle and amiable easy going sister had gone to be with the lord. I am short of word but we know you are resting in the lord.
Posted by Susan Osumah on June 22, 2021
I'm still finding it difficult to put my thoughts of you into writing. COVID-19 lockdown gave me the opportunity to meet this lovely woman. Aunty Tolu was so loving, cheerful and had good virtues I always wanted in myself. I usually quietly stare at her with so much admiration when she come visiting padre. Her strength, leadership trait, career achievements and cheerful vibe i so much loved.

I still don't understand how this tragedy came to be but I'm learning to accept it. I'm learning to meet people and having to lose them at some point.

You will definitely be missed but I'm sure where you are now is more beautiful than here. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. AMEN
Posted by Elizabeth Adeyeri on June 22, 2021
Words rarely fail me.The news of your sudden and untimely death is one of those rare moments that I was short of words.
Aunty Tolu my office mummy as I fondly called her, you were such a caring big sister that had the interest of others at heart. You supported me while I was still with FCMB, even when I left you still care and attended family functions with me. You took me like your own sister. You left without saying goodbye. Sweet is the memory of the Rightous. I’ll forever cherish the bond we had. Rest on Aunty Tolu
Posted by Mosunmola Agunbiade on June 22, 2021

Tolulope my 2 in 1 (iya oko/iyawo mi), I have no words to describe the pain and shock I felt when I received the news of your sudden call to glory. I met you over two decades ago and I can still picture the way you curled next to me smiling whilst trying to make me comfortable. Your smile lights up a room, and you are kind hearted, full of wisdom and always willing to give your love/help others with no limits. Heaven has gained a soldier but I have lost a sister! Rest and sleep on darling…see you on resurrection morning where we will part no more. I will miss you dearly.

Posted by Goke Leke on June 22, 2021
The memories of your great achievement,loving, caring, encouraging and proactive approach to issues will continue to linger on. You are a pleasant unique person to ever imagine to have gone this soon. Rest on sister and may you enjoy heavenly rewards of all your good deeds. Rest on ! Rest in peace !!
Posted by Padre Joseph Yemi Akinlot... on June 22, 2021
My beloved daughter and confidant Funso, you were a treasure God gave me and a beautiful soul. All we shared, planned and looked forward to.....before the angels took you to your Creator. May God be praised now and always. I thank the Almighty God for the privilege of you and giving you to me as a daughter. Everyone is touched by your presence and grace, your humility and smile, your kindness and generosity and many more of your great virtues. You lived as a real christian and live on as a saint. Daddy will keep your memory alive and take care of your Jumoke who is now my Adufe. You remain present in all I see and touch and so shall it be my dearest and blessed Funso, my daughter. Look down always from heaven to see your memory grow from a mustard seed to a giant tree where many will continue to find all you stood for - love, joy, peace, kindness, generosity, humility and fear of the Lord. Daddy will NEVER forget you Funso mi my daughter.
Posted by Beejay Morex on June 21, 2021
This is so so sad.I have known Tolu SINCE Finbank then FCMB,a great colleague,very hardworking..we used to share ideas and challenges.

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Posted by Ojediran Akeem on July 14, 2022
TOLU, continue to rest in perfect peace. Surely you are remembered ever day of my life
Posted by OLAOTAN WILLIAMS on July 9, 2022
Your memory is blessed....You remain in my toughts...You will always be remembered!
Posted by bolatito Adediran on June 20, 2022
Tolu o digbose o. It was like sun that rises in the morning and set in the evening. Till we meet at the feet of Jesus. O ma lagbara o. o de ti podun kan naa niyen. Habah it is well
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Toluwalope Fikemi Obamuyiwa was born in Ibadan on the 2nd of November 1981 to the family of Mr Oluyomi and Mrs Modupe Kolade.
Toluwalope attended The Polytechnic Ibadan Staff School for her primary education and then proceeded to St. Louis Grammar School, Mokola for her secondary education. Immediately afterwards, she gained admission to the Federal University of Technology, Akure where she graduated in 2006 with a Bachelors Degree in Crop, Soil and Pest Management with Honors. 
Toluwalope started her career as a National Youth Service Corps member at the Ogun State Agricultural Development Program before joining First City Monument Bank (FCMB) in 2012 where she cultivated and maintained relationships with customers. Tolu was astute and dedicated to her duties and with her high level of expertise, she rose to the position of relationship manager. 
In her personal life, Toluwalope was a devout Christian who eschewed the principles of a Christ-like life. She was committed to helping people in all spheres of life. She was an "end-to-end" caregiver, affectionate and kindhearted. She had more than enough love to give to everyone around her. She was a true friend, colleague, aunt, sister, daughter and wife. 
On June 17 2021, Tolu answered the call back home after a brief illness. She had completed her journey on earth, ran a good race, finished the course and kept the faith.
She is survived by a loving family.
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Shared by Olumide Omoniyi on June 21, 2021
Aunty Tolu, This came in as a shock to us but we cannot question our Creator. My wife worked with you for few years but the impact has been forever, the humility you exhibited, the love you showed are worth emulating. The relationship extended beyond work even after my wife left FCMB, you still kept in touch and we related. I can recollect the last chat we had very early morning few months back and wunmi cant forget your last check on her two weeks ago.

Finding it hard to get  the right words to describe your person as you touched all souls you met and we thank God for the brief and impactful life you lived.

You will always be remembered.

Olumide & Olawunmi Omoniyi
Shared by Oluyomi Adebola on June 20, 2021
Tolulope mi, Your demise is a great shock to me, I couldn't believe it, even now you will wake up because how on earth will l be writing this about you. This is suddy, unexpected and devastating. However, l give glory to God for the Glorious life you lived. Though short, very short but who can query God He owns you and He has taken you away to be with Him. All your love, respect, pleasant heart and genuineness have gone. May your soul rest in perfect peace. I and Daddy love you dearly but Jesus loves you most.