Odi Igba ,Odigbose Eni rere tilo Iku doro iku seka Iku ni ota ikehin ti a o parun Pele O. Oko mi Williams Asoye Rin. Omo Aralila Okesa. Omo Oloro ajogunyo. Omo oro Wosi Eeru. Enilokesa. I miss you my loving caring, forthright husband A mathematician, a Physicist and an erudite Scholar Lover of his S
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Thank you Dad for everything you have done for us all . You were exemplary in all facets of your life .I am indeed privileged to have passed through you . You were firm , yet very kind .You taught us Discipline , Integrity , Faith, Hope and ove .You taught us spiritually and academically. You have w
Daddy, we will remember your love, your kindness, forthrightness and faith in Jehovah forever. You showed me love in ways that made me feel appreciated and special. You humbly taught me so much Math and Physics and you tolerated my endless questioning. But even more than this was how you showed me i
Baba Olaleye as fondly called by many will be sorely missed! He showed genuine love and kindness to our family by constantly checking in on us since the death of my husband! His constant words of encouragement proved to be a great source of strength to me. The doors of his home were open to everyone
Daddy never met a stranger especially if you are a friend to one of his children, you automatically become his child. He will be greatly missed by us all but we do not sorrow like them that have no hope. Our heartfelt condolences to the entire family, we pray God will comfort you all. Sun re o, bab
AnnaLee would often come home and tell me how Williams wouldn’t let her start any of her work until she had read the daily text. Then one day I took the opportunity to ask Williams what it was that made him decide being in the truth was where he needed to be. He shared that when he went to live with
Death Where is your victory? Death, where is your sting? We sorely miss our Daddy Olaleye. He was kind, hospitable, very loving and generous. Luyi,Luyi!!! he affectionately teased and fondly called my brother Niyi. He administered correction in the most loving and considerate manner. How we all y
It is painful to learn that Baba Olaleye is no more! He will be sorely missed for his many wonderful qualities. A loving man with great sense of humor. Our thoughts and prayers are with his Widow and all his loved ones at this trying moment. We are comforted by the resurrections hope - Isaiah 26:19.
A spiritual man is resting after an active life of strengthening others and contributing to their growth, looking past his own challenges. He had a scripture for every word of advice. When it dawns in the new world, he shall wake from his rest. - Toyese.
Baba, it was a real privilege and pleasure to know you! I can hear your endearing tone even now as I'm writing this piece calling me "Goke Lala." You're the most positive human that I know personally (and that's not an exaggeration). I wish I'd told you that in person but I know I'll get a chance to
My dear Dad is gone,it will take me a million memoir to write about my Dad and still wouldn't be enough. He was everything,my confidant, he gives me strength to carry on,the one who prays for me, taught me how to Love what is good and hate what is bad. The most important thing to me. He persuaded m
Erinwooo, Ajanaku subu koledide: I have lost a father , my teacher and my confidant. Mere words cannot describe your passion for 'The Truth, your impact on the lives of those around you. Daddy your solution to everything was a verse in the bible and prayers. Your sense of humor and unlimited use
'Baba Olaleye' as many young brothers and sisters in Eleyele congregation, Ile Ife, Nigeria called him was a father indeed to many. I was one of them. He demonstrated to an admirable degree the Christian qualities he espoused that I saw in his example an additional reason to give serious considerati
Dad is one of a kind and shall forever be missed. I will always remember him for always being there for us at every possible given situation. The unflinching love he had for us transcends to the grandchildren as well, as he unexpectedly attends to their cogent needs. No grandpa could be better. He w
Baba Olaleye, I can’t wait to see in paradise. When I started working with him I didn’t think I had it in me to be his caregiver. He made me give it a try, almost 3 years later he became one of my best friends. I looked up to him like a father, his life consumed mine is such a big blessing way. I ch
Getting to know daddy these past years was truly a blessing. He was truly a loving father and his encouraging words was one of factors that kept me going in a time I could have given up. He was indeed like “Mordecai” to me and many others. I will dearly miss him but I look forward to seeing him aga
My fondest memories of dad is his ability to make you feel valued, loved and appreciated. His ability to make you see beyond the obvious and focus on what really matters. He had a way of bringing out the good in you and focusing your energy on developing yourself, believing in yourself. Even in the
Dadi was a positive minded man. His positive outlook on life coupled with his reliance and faith in Jehovah made him a fine example worthy of imitation. Despite the many challenges dadi faced each day, you would hardly hear him complain about his lot in life. I will miss his phone calls every few da
My daddy, Baba Tayo. I am going to miss you. I am going to miss your courage wisdom, kindness, faith, honesty, and love. He started humble and turned his life and all others around him to success. He gave peace, laughter, and love to his children and grandchildren. I remember all the shared meals, n
Dad, you taught me everything about resilience and never compromising my values. I will miss you, but I'm certain we'll see you very soon. You were a dad to so many and you rejoiced when everyone else is doing so well. I have always been amazed at how you handled the daily challenges you faced and y
My earliest ever memory was at the Olaleye's home at Ife Girls High School where we had stayed when attending a convention in IIesa. Just demonstrates how Daddy Olaleye has always been a part of my life. "Luyi, Luyi", he would affectionately hail me. I will miss my caring, empathetic second father w
Daddy, you lived an exemplary life, you were a father to many, you impacted on the lives of so so many, you guided us, you showed us love without knowing our parents, you were a perfect example of what a father should be! You will surely be missed. Funmi Atoba-Olasupo
My dear brother Olayeye. Words cannot describe how much you are missed. I always will remember your fondness of the words found at 3 John verse 4. “ No greater joy do I have than this: that I should hear that my children go on walking in the truth.“
A very kind brother and father to us all in lfe. Always with that encouraging smile and up building words which we all need in that stage of our life. We will surely miss you but we know it's just for a short time. The resurrection hope strengthens us all especially during this difficult period....
2 down, how many to go, oh Jehovah... I still see her in my dreams; now you, Daddy!! Father; Jehovah, please, keep Daddy in your memory. In a few years, we will see you again. We will remain Faithfull, so we can welcome you back with joyful tears!!!
It was a privilege to have met Daddy Olaleye a very unique elder and a loving father of all. He was generous and loves impacting needed training to everyone. His life was simple and always ready to help, l remember vividly when he usually accompany me to my bible studies in ife, we sat in that his b
I remember with fondness those days when I would come over to the house and Daddy will sit me down and kindly ask about my school, spirituality, family members, etc... His kindness and personal interest in me cannot be easily forgotten. May the hope of the resurrection continue to comfort us all...
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