ForeverMissed
Olatoyosi Oriyomi, our beloved sister went to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 11, 2022 at the age of 60. 

Visitation for Olatoyosi will be held on:
Friday, August 19, 22022
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
at Gary L. Kaufman Funeral Home-
Meadowridge Memorial Park
7250 Washington Blvd,
Elkridge, MD 21075.

The funeral service will occur on
Friday, August 19, 2022
from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM,
at 7250 Washington Blvd,
Elkridge, MD 21075.

Interment will occur om
Friday, August 19, 2022
from 2:30 PM to 2:45 PM
at Meadowridge Memorial Park, 7250 Washington Blvd, Elkridge, MD 21075
Posted by Tess Chi on August 29, 2022
Sister Toyosin. I still rmbr my very 1st interaction with you….it was less than 7 days to our wedding date in Maryland, the originally contracted caterer backed-out at the last minute. We were all the way in Texas. I called Demeji and was crying soo helplessly over the the phone. We were stranded. Demeji said “don’t worry I’ll call my friend to see if she can help”. He called you. You called me and said ‘any friend of Demeji is a friend of yours. You immediately agreed to cater our wedding without hesitation. To be honest, I don’t even recall you sending me any paperwork for the contract. You promised you would handle it and you surely did. I didn’t even get to meet u in person until the afternoon at our wedding reception. The food was amazing and we received soo many positive comments. Since then you have catered food for my parents who still live in Maryland on occasion. Thank You.
We thank God for gifting YOU to us in this lifetime even though it feels quite short. You will be surely missed. But I know you are resting in Gods perfect peace. Adieu Sis
Posted by Nse Essien on August 20, 2022
Dear Sister Toyosi, your death is indeed a rude shock. Oh my goodness, who will replace you? none!! I will surely miss you and those delicious delicacies you prepared. How we will miss that contagious smile and laughter. Rest in perfect and eternal peace beautiful Sister Toyosi till we meet to part no more. May the Lord comfort your entire family. Good night ❤
Posted by Clementina Nwandu on August 19, 2022
Toyosin so sad that death took you from us. We are rest assured though, that you are resting in the bosom of our savior. No pain, no anguish, no worries. You have run your course, you have finished your race. You have done well. 
You will be missed.
Posted by Tinu Agunloye on August 19, 2022
Sister Toyosi
It was a rude Shock to learn of your passing at this time.
May your soul Rest In Peace and I pray God comfort all your loved ones .
Sun re o
Posted by tomisin fasosin on August 19, 2022
Aunty Toyosi was so full of love. Even though we weren’t related, we still call her Mama because of how much she meant to us. She truly cares for people whether that be checking in on us through our parents or making us extra jollof when someone was sick or celebrating something. And being so close with the Akisanya family, we saw how much she meant to everyone, and how much love she poured into everyone’s lives. Mama will be greatly missed <3

- from Tomisin, Tenny, and Tomiwa Fasosin
Posted by Mogbeyiteren Jolomi on August 19, 2022
Aunty Toyosi,even if I didn't know much of you but from the way my mum always talks about you ,you were the most discipline and straight forward person she knew.your departion from the planet earth brings a great grief to our family but God has a reason for everything.May your soul rest in peace and may God comfort every member of this great family.........Rest on you are forever missed
Posted by Charlotte Solano on August 19, 2022
My dearest Toyosi, I remember our growing up. Lapping each other from school. The closeness was more in our hearts, then we parted ways on lifes sojourn. Now you have decided to say goodbye, such a painful parting. Well, who are we to query our maker. Our consolation is that you are in a better place dear. May the Lord open the Gates of Heaven for. Adieu till we meet to part no more. Adieu dear sister.
Charlotte Ameyo Solano
Lagos, Nigeria.
Posted by Margaret George on August 19, 2022
Sister Toyosi,may your gentle soul rest in the bossom of your maker.Adieu.
Posted by Fadeke Adewole on August 18, 2022
My dear sis , may your soul continue to rest
In peace and strengthen the family you
left behind
Posted by Pat Nwosu on August 18, 2022
Aunty Toyosi, everytime we spoke on the phone, you sounded so nice and full of life. I wish we had more time to get to know you. You will be missed. Sleep in peace in the bossom of your Lord.
Posted by Nwakaego Goke-Dele on August 18, 2022
Dear Sis Toyosi,

Thank you so much for being a blessing to me and my family and for taking me as your aburo. I miss you but I am glad you are in a better place. Rest in peace.
Posted by Bambi O on August 18, 2022
My sincere condolences to the family and loved ones of dear Sis Toyosi during this difficult time. May God's comfort and peace overwhelm you all. Sis Toyosi was kind, generous, funny and oh so real. So sad to hear of her passing but I know she is resting pain free and in perfect peace in our Father's hands. 
Rest well Sis.
Posted by Adenyke IB on August 19, 2022
Dear Sis Toyosi,
Thank you for being a blessing to my family and a multitude of people. You were giving, sacrificial, passionate about your family, faith and astute with your business. Thank you for the tray of jollof rice I always left your house with. You are dearly loved. Rest in Him Big Sis.

Love from Adenyke on behalf of the IBs
Posted by Adesola Olaleye on August 18, 2022
Sister Toyosi, I never knew you one on one but I know your sister ,Tolu. I met you at a function and noticed your Dynamic personality. I have heard of your culinary expertise. Lives you have touched come back to celebrate you.
Reading through all the tributes,I feel like I have known you for long. Your legacy lives on and on sis. Adieu General of God's army. Another Angel gone too soon.
Posted by Samuel Elusoji on August 19, 2022
A lot to say but there's only one thing I know which is that mummy lived a life fulfilling the purpose of her existence. She laid a legacy that should forever live in our hearts and to be carried by us for the next generation to know. Rest in peace mom.. I never set my eyes on you but your attitude influenced me a lot. Rest on ma.
Posted by Anyi ELEKWACHI on August 18, 2022
We spoke several times on the phone, but I didn’t get the opportunity to meet you in person. You were always very pleasant when we spoke and made a great impression. Sad that you have gone to be with your creator so soon; may your soul rest peacefully.
Posted by Temitope Daniel on August 18, 2022
Aunt Toyosi was a kind and generous soul. She was a great teacher and always willing to help. I wish we had more time together but God knows best. I pray that your legacy will continue to live on in us.
Adieu ma, till we meet at Jesus feet.
Posted by Aderonke Akangbe on August 18, 2022
I will always remember your smile the first day l walked to you in and you smiled at me as if we have known each other for a long time. You are such a blessed soul. You we forever be remembered sis.
Posted by Chinyere Olujide on August 18, 2022
My dear Sister Toyosi definitely left her footprints on the sands of time. My children and I have been repeated benefactors of her care and love. Each time I placed an order for meals from her, she would send much more than what I paid for, and when I would reach out to thank her, she would say to me, "It's for my boys!" I also remember her pro-bono catering for the Alpha Course at JHDC, she always wanted to contribute her own part to the work of the ministry. She served with excellence and devotion. Sister Toyosi ran a good race till the end and will be greatly missed! May the Lord continue to comfort the entire family. It is well.
Posted by Olapeju Durojaiye on August 18, 2022
Dear Toyosi, words alone cannot express my shock at this news. It seems to me like being in a dreamland. Your love to my family when we arrived the country years ago is beyond expression. You never knew me but you welcome me under your roof and poured all on me. The last time we spoke, you told me you were doing okay, l guess by faith. Thank God for a short life well lived. You will forever be remembered. Sunre o, aburo mi atata, till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Odessa Adebayo on August 18, 2022
My darling sister Toyosi,
I am still in shock that you are no more around. You fought a good fight of faith and finished your course. You will surely be missed. You were my "go to" person for all family events. You were so kind, generous, creative, sacrificial and attentive our needs. You were a woman of excellence. You have been a tremendous blessing to my family. We have benefited from your generosity in your time, treasure and talent. Heaven has truly gained a Saint. Continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I love and appreciate you. I miss you sooooo much!!

Adieu my wonderful sister!! 
Posted by Bunmi Fagbohun on August 18, 2022
I can't believe this, little did I know you were going through illness, I was calling you 3months ago to see if you can catered for my brother's 40th birthday in June but could not get through to you and I was told you live very far and you were a little sick. Thanks for all you did. Rest in peace.
Posted by Adenike Ajayi on August 18, 2022
May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Lord comfort all that she left behind Amen
Posted by Mike Adisa on August 18, 2022
My name is Mike Adeniyi Adisa celebrating the life of my dear sister Omotoyosi Oriyomi who was a gift to humanity in many ways. Toyosi was a blessing from God and a good hearted human being to the core.
My first encounter with her was when she was working at Nigeria Embassy; she was always willing to help and very pleasant. As a professional caterer, she spoiled me with delicious moimoi, asaro, beans and dodo through Tolu. I will surely miss her cookings and pleasant smiles.
May her soul Rest In Peace.
Posted by Bunmi Fagbohun on August 18, 2022
Aunty Toyosi, Gone too soon. May your soul rest in perfect peace. It is well with all you left behind. May the Lord comfort all the family.
Posted by Pemi Adereti-Folarin on August 18, 2022
Hmmm.... Dearest Sis. Toyosi, I thank God for your life and your service to humanity. May your beautiful soul rest in peace, and may the almighty God comfort your family. Sleep well beloved big Sis. It is well!
Posted by Ireti Akinola on August 18, 2022
Sista Toyosi, I don’t know that it has really hit many of us yet. But we know and are comforted by the fact that you lived a remarkably fulfilled life. We, your many aburos, will miss you dearly in our own way. You left us so many cherished memories.

My hope is that you knew how much you were/are loved. You were cared for because you care for so many. I know you have now found peace and now, you rest. Sun re o, egbon wa atata!
Posted by Toyin Fasosin on August 18, 2022
Who will I now call “Iyaale mii?” Who will respond with “Iyawo mii?”

Bimbola & I commend your largeness of heart and genuine affection for us and so many others. Your gift of hospitality indeed made room for you, you selflessly served in the household of God and like your Father, this generosity spilled over to even those outside the fold.

Your excellence in the culinary arts was a gift that you honed, and just like the widows gathered to show Peter the robes Dorcas had sewn for them, we are constantly reminiscing about the meals you cooked. Our children rank “Aunty Toyosi’s rice” as number 1!!

You fought hard, you fought well, and have gone to your great reward. We are blessed to have known, loved, and been loved by you.

Goodnight Sis, see you in the morning!

We love you,
Bimbola, Toyin & the 3 Ts
Posted by Jola Orimolade on August 18, 2022
Dear sister Toyosi, thanks be to God for the life you lived. Even though you left us too soon, you lived a life of service to God and the body of Christ, leaving your impact on all you came in contact with. You will be sorely missed.
May the Holy Spirit comfort everyone you left behind. Rest well in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by elizabeth atenidegbe on August 18, 2022
Sister Toyosi, the news of your departure was a rude shock to my husband (Craig) and I when we saw the Celebration of Life flyer few days ago sent to me via WhatsApp by a sister.

I recently visited your Shiloh restaurant on Brenbrook road after working nearby there and asked of you but I was told you were not available. I was so excited and told my husband when I got home that I saw your Resturant when I was looking for a place to eat. I didn’t know that was going to be the last of getting close to you..

Hmm.. the Lord understands better than we do. You will be missed greatly. May your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace and May God’s spirit comfort the whole family
Posted by Celestina Nwandu on August 18, 2022
Sis T. This is so surreal. You will truly be missed. Still can't believe i will never see your beautiful smile again. Oye Olorun . Who are we to question Him ? This one hit hard. May your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace IJMN. May God comfort and strengthen your family.
Posted by Abiola Senaya on August 18, 2022
My dearest Toyosi — You cared, you loved, and you gave all to others from your gentle heart. Toyosi! You were a fountain of goodness. For as long as I have known you, you have been a chosen vessel unto God’s glory.

We are celebrating the significance of a life well spent. Your charisma, compassion, and genuine spirit will never be forgotten. We are rest assured that in Christ you never truly died, but transitioned to a new and better life in the bosom of the Lord. We haven’t lost Toyosi because we know exactly where she is!
May the Lord continue to strengthen us all, those of us who had the privilege of knowing her one-on-one, and the entire Oriyomi family.

We love you and you shall be missed forever until we meet again.

“For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus.”
I Thessalonians 4:14
Aunty B Senaya
Olatoyosi omo Oriyomi sun re o!!!
Posted by Olusi Abimbola on August 18, 2022
May God provide a good place for you in heaven as you rest on.
Posted by Christie Ola on August 18, 2022
Sis mi,
Christ in me, is to live and to die is gain Phillippian 1:21. I know you live on, and rejoicing in God’s presence, but it’s heartbreaking to accept that you’re no longer on this side with us! We love you, but God loves you more. Rest on my beloved sister till we meet to part no more. You’re forever missed and forever in my heart!❤️❤️ Christie Omoleye
Posted by Jumoke Fafowora on August 18, 2022
Toyosi
Posted by Jumoke Fafowora on August 18, 2022
Toyosi, the devil thought he had you ; but God came and got you; death has lost his hold on you ; you defined what true love is , through food ,your cooking, was always with love; and your physical gifts .You truly will be missed ; you have left a void , that only God can fill, as we part to met again.
Posted by Yeside Ojo on August 18, 2022
Auntie Toyosi....Continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. You have never been forgotten, and you never will.
Until we meet again to part no more!!!!
Posted by Kehinde Elusoji on August 18, 2022
God looked around his garden and found an empty place
He then looked down upon the Earth and saw your tired face
He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest
With the help of his angels they flew you to your heavenly place.
Mummy Toyosi I will forever missed you. You're my mother and what you've done in my life and my family cannot be forgotten forever. When my mother died, you stood by me financially and make me a champion in my family.
What you've done for me, I cannot tell it all mummy.
Goodnight mama daada.
Posted by Lawretta Aghomon on August 18, 2022
The testimonies of your love and generosity abounds greatly in our hearts. Your life speaks volume of exemplary Christianity, not withholding your resources to anyone in need. Your loving memories will forever be cherished. Adieu beloved of the Lord, our hope is in resurrection morning
Posted by Susan Adams on August 18, 2022
Sister Toyosi,
You're such a beautiful soul .You loved with all and was so loved.Thank God for your peaceful exit to your creator.keep resting in the Lord. You'll be greatly miss sis Toyosi.
Posted by Olusola Kolade on August 18, 2022
Yours was truly a life of Kingdom service!

You prepared sumptuous and delicious meals to make us comfortable for years, when I was a Guest Minister at JHDC… You were always welcoming, warm and sincere.

I thank God that you finished well and have entered your eternal rest and reward.

Adieu, dear Sister…
Posted by Tuka Baribor on August 18, 2022
I will forever miss you Sister Toyosi , you had been the big Sister, friend and a Mother to many including me, your love and kindness has left a vacuum God alone will fill. The many times I will drive almost an hour just to visit your restaurant so I can eat your delicious food is a testament to my appreciation of you. Sister Toyosi may your soul Rest In Peace .
Posted by Moradeun Obi on August 18, 2022
Thanking God for auntie Toyosi's life. Also trusting that she's resting peacefully on the bosom of her maker, redeemer and Lord Jesus Christ.
Glory be to God!

We that are alive, the race continues, but strive lawfully; the bible says work out your own salvation with fear and trembling. (Phili 2:12).

Ecclesiastes 12:1,6-7
[1]Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, when thou shalt say, I have no pleasure in them;
[6]Or ever the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher be broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the cistern.
[7]Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was: and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it.

Life is a gift from God that would be required at God's own discretion. Job said in Job 7:1
[1]Is there not an appointed time to man upon earth? are not his days also like the days of an hireling?

Has not each man a certain work appointed for him to do, and a certain limited time assigned him within which to do it? And thus, Are not his days also like the days of an hireling? Since the hireling is engaged to do a certain work in a certain time.

Luke 19:13
[13]And he called his ten servants, and delivered them ten pounds, and said unto them, Occupy till I come.

We are to work for God, do God's business by occupying and filling the earth manifesting the glory of God.
Those that are called to Christ, he furnishes with gifts needful for their business: Use your endowments, gifts, and graces, with all your privileges and advantages, for the good of your fellow-creatures, manifesting the glory of God, till rapture or death; Do the work of an evangelist, endure afflictions, make full proof of your ministry, preach the word, be instant in season, out of season. (Matthew 28:18-20).

Are you a born again child of God, manifesting God's glory by occupying?

Revelation 22:12-13
[12]And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be.
[13]I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.
Selah.
⭐☁️⛅⭐⭐⛅☁️⛅☁️
1 Thessalonians 4:16-18
[16]For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first:
[17]Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.
[18]Wherefore comfort one another with these words.


Posted by Tolu Peters on August 18, 2022
My dear, dear Sister Toyosi,
I truly thank God for your life. You were a good woman. A woman of compassion and love. I appreciate you so much and remember how you blessed me personally in my time of joy, and pain and through the DLI Ministry.
You are gone too soon but your legacy lives on in the lives you touched. ❤️
Posted by Toyin Bakare on August 18, 2022
Sis. Toyosi,

I was very shocked and saddened to hear of your passing. You were generous, kind, and accommodating. Your cooking was superb. You fought the good fight and victory is now yours. Continue to rest in perfect peace!
Posted by Adaure Nwaba on August 18, 2022
Aunty Toyosin was a staple in our household for any event large or small, or just when we wanted something to go back to school with. I knew her as one of my mom's close friends, where when I showed up to the store and said her name, I knew she'd take care of us. I've known her since childhood and to continue in life without her presence in our lives, even peripherally, feels at odds with the natural order of things. No event will ever be the same. We knew she was sick for some time, but nothing prepares you. Aunty always went above and beyond for our family, and I'm blessed that she even catered our event last week. She was a woman of her word, strong in faith and values, and kind. We're extremely grateful to have known her and been impacted by her time with us. She will forever remain in our hearts.
Posted by Anthonia Nwoha on August 18, 2022
Aunty Toyosi,
I heard of your demise on Thursday 8/11/22 , since that day my years has been uncontrollable, you are such a wonderful person, you took me into your house without knowing who I am gave me job, your niceness is unquantifiable, you were a blessing to i and my children even dou they don’t know you or have met you but you still reach out to them. You are beautiful inside out My aunty I will miss you greatly. Continue to rest in Gods bosom.
Posted by Gboyinde Onijala on August 18, 2022
Dearest aunty, my heart dropped when I heard the news. I will always remember spending so much time at your townhome in Silver Spring and how you always welcomed us in. Our bellies were always full! You taught us so much about generosity! God bless you dear aunty, rest well!
Posted by Sunday Elusoji on August 18, 2022
Sister Toyosi, this is the legacy I have from you. You taught me love and how to fight, you gave me hope to live. You gave me strength, you gave me might. A stronger person would be hard to find, And in your heart, you were always kind.
You fought for me and my family in every area of our life. You single handedly took over my family - feeding, accommodation, paying school fees and lots more. During covid 19 in Nigeria, you feed more than 200 people and also taking care of old people, you're such a wonderful sister.
For me and my family you gave your best, Now the time has come for you to rest. So go in peace, you’ve earned your sleep, Your love in our hearts, we’ll eternally keep. I, my wife, your children, my Pastor and The Salvation and Power Church will forever missed you.
Rest on Sister Olatoyosi Modupeola Aina Oriyomi, Adunbarinmatosi till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Segun Olaye on August 18, 2022
Toyosi,
I cannot express my feelings when the news of your demise got to me. Yes, I have not seen you for a while but I remember all the events of the past right from when we were all in Lagos. You were such a nice person and I was so free with you. I remember your smiles as if it was yesterday. I know you have done a good job and ended well to the glory of God. Rest in peace Toyosi till we meet again.
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Posted by Tess Chi on August 29, 2022
Sister Toyosin. I still rmbr my very 1st interaction with you….it was less than 7 days to our wedding date in Maryland, the originally contracted caterer backed-out at the last minute. We were all the way in Texas. I called Demeji and was crying soo helplessly over the the phone. We were stranded. Demeji said “don’t worry I’ll call my friend to see if she can help”. He called you. You called me and said ‘any friend of Demeji is a friend of yours. You immediately agreed to cater our wedding without hesitation. To be honest, I don’t even recall you sending me any paperwork for the contract. You promised you would handle it and you surely did. I didn’t even get to meet u in person until the afternoon at our wedding reception. The food was amazing and we received soo many positive comments. Since then you have catered food for my parents who still live in Maryland on occasion. Thank You.
We thank God for gifting YOU to us in this lifetime even though it feels quite short. You will be surely missed. But I know you are resting in Gods perfect peace. Adieu Sis
Posted by Nse Essien on August 20, 2022
Dear Sister Toyosi, your death is indeed a rude shock. Oh my goodness, who will replace you? none!! I will surely miss you and those delicious delicacies you prepared. How we will miss that contagious smile and laughter. Rest in perfect and eternal peace beautiful Sister Toyosi till we meet to part no more. May the Lord comfort your entire family. Good night ❤
Posted by Clementina Nwandu on August 19, 2022
Toyosin so sad that death took you from us. We are rest assured though, that you are resting in the bosom of our savior. No pain, no anguish, no worries. You have run your course, you have finished your race. You have done well. 
You will be missed.
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Olatoyosi Aina Oriyomi was born on May 24, 1962 to Deacon Abraham Oladunwo Oriyomi and Mrs. Rachel Simisola Oriyomi (nee Coker) in Lagos Nigeria. For her education she attended Reagan Memorial Baptist Primary School, Reagan Memorial Baptist Secondary School, Federal Government College- Bida, Niger State for post Secondary education then London Business School in the United Kingdom and graduated with a diploma in Secretarial and Management studies in 1984. 

Olatoyosi Oriyomi started her career working in the private sector before relocating to the United States of America. Upon arriving in the United States in 1989, where she served as the Executive Secretary at the Nigerian Embassy in Washington for about five years. Toyosi was always known and praised for her culinary skills from her early days. She left paid employment with Howard University in 2001 to pursue her passion in catering as an entrepreneur. That is the genesis of Shiloh Catering Services. which began as a hobby from the basement of her home and gradually grew into the “go to” establishment for Nigerian cuisine. Specializing in corporate and private parties, she expanded her culinary offerings across continents.
Those closest to “mama”, as she was fondly called by her children, all describe her as kind, generous, and full of humor…nothing was too big for her to give way. Mama would give the shirt off her back to anyone who needed it. She was hardworking, fierce, and passionate. Her greatest love in life was easing the pain and putting a smile of those around her. She was independent, and a woman of strong Christian faith. Though that faith was tested a few times in the last few years of her life, she never wavered. She remained steadfast till the very end. Full of grace and dignity, she had such an impact on everyone around her; even her laugh would light up any room.
Mama, your presence was deeply felt by all and this loss is almost too much to bear. We take solace in knowing you are in a better place where you no longer have to deal with pain and anguish. We miss you sister. Your memory and legacy lives on in our hearts. 
Toyosi is survived by her siblings, nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts, cousins, and so many who loved her dearly. 
Rest on Beloved!!


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Shared by Bie Oputu on August 18, 2022
I woke up on the 12th of August to the shocking news of your demise.

I met Ola in the late 80s in AVC and what always struck me was her positive attitude to life and the belief that things would always work out. Olastic you had strong faith in God and love for family and friends. Although we were divided by continents you were always available to give of your time be it to talk or to provide delicious meals for all and sundry. I recall many a feast at your home in Maryland, you making yourself available to attend social events with me at short notice or just shopping trips to various malls in the Maryland/DC area. 

Ola you were a kind, gracious and generous lady with a strong Christian faith who will be greatly missed. Let's not forget your sense of humour and love for family. You were also a consummate professional be it in your administrative duties and your culinary endeavours.

You never hesitate to call it as it is.... spoke your mind and moved on never holding a grudge.

You will be greatly missed by all.