Bisi Adunni Aderinokun

May 6, 1939 - July 12, 2020

Birthplace & Residence

Birthplace:
Badagry, Nigeria
Resided In:
Sykesville, Maryland

Viewing

Location:
Wylie Funeral Home (Baltimore County)
Date:
Friday, July 31, 2020
Time:
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Funeral

Location:
Wylie Funeral Home (Baltimore County)
Date:
Saturday, August 1, 2020
Service Time:
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Cemetery

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Posted by:
Ajose family
Posted on:
August 1, 2020
It's a great loss to us.
Mama has always being there for us for a very long time. Ur sister have been in shock and sad till date, knowing you resting in the lord.
She got us going positively. A very God fearing woman, Mama reree. She's beautiful in and out with a heart of gold.
Oh , Grama we miss you and we will continue to miss and love you endlessly.
We really appreciate all u did for us , u have always be our back bone with God by your side.
May you gentle soul rest in peace
Suureeee o mama dadaaa
Till we meet again.

Ajose's family.
Posted by:
Tomi Ajibola
Posted on:
July 31, 2020
My mommy and grandma. I am saddened that you are no longer with us; but also comforted that you are resting in the arms of our Lord and Master. I miss your 1st of the month calls and prayers, and your constant checking to make sure that I am doing well. I always look forward to those moments. You have a way of making people feel special and loved. My confidant, prayer partner, cheerleader, encourager, and mother, I love and miss you.
Posted by:
Modupe Aderinokun Okoaye
Posted on:
July 31, 2020
It came as a rude shock to me despite your age.You still told me after the demise of my dad in February that you wished you were here in Nigeria to witness the burial of your brother in law Little did we know you were preparing to meet your maker. You acctually called me and sent me a gift YOU told me,iya oko mi, this is for you from me personally Awon aburo e a ma se eyi to ku..You were a beautiful in and out daughter of Zion .You left your mark in the family . I had a special relationship with you and We will sorely miss you.Sleep on mummy
Posted by:
Mama Alao
Posted on:
July 31, 2020
It was a surprise to me when i heard that Mama have left this sinful world to eternity. I had known her for the past twenty years ago at Oworonshoki Baptist Church Lagos Nigeria. Mama Aderinokun happened to be someone who always ask after the well-being of a person through calling and always pray for me,she is supportive in every area of life and loved celebrating with other, infact I will forever remembered her for her good work on Earth. Mama Bisi Aderinokun o di owuro o a o pade lese Jesu
Posted by:
Ademola Ogeyingbo
Posted on:
July 31, 2020
Mama Dcns Bisi Aderinokun was a godly and generous woman. She loved God, the ministers of God and the people of God. She's God's Divine Treasurer, that is, God has blessed her and she transferred God's blessings to other people. She was an angel of God to many people and answered prayers to them as well.

I strongly believe that she was bonafide citizen of the Kingdom of Heaven through her salvation in Jesus Christ and she is in the bossom of God right now. She told me in December, 2020 when she's in Nigeria that, "Ademola, I have everything anyone could desire and my only aim is to make heaven and see Jesus. If there's any sin in me, God please forgive me. 'Demola please pray for me, my children and especially my grandchildren so that they may know Jesus".

Mama, my family and I miss you, the entire church miss you and all your children in Christ miss you. We shall see again in heaven where we shall not be separated again.

May the Lord be with all of us and the entire family and acquittances of Aderinokun in Jesus mighty name, amen!

Pst. Ademola Adeleke Ogeyingbo.
Posted by:
Remi Aiyedogbon
Posted on:
July 30, 2020
Another first day of the month is here and we remember your phone calls that never fail to come until now that you are no longer here with us. We remember your prayers, your words of advice and your love which you shared so freely. You were indeed a mother to many. We love and miss you dearly. We thank God for the gift of you and pray that He comforts all those you have left behind. You have always said you were ready to go home; now you are home. Rest on mummy in the bosom of our Lord, till we see to part no more.

Remi and Funsho Aiyedogbon
Posted by:
ISAAC YINKA ALAO
Posted on:
July 30, 2020
Mama is a woman of great substance. She was very humble, respectful, a giver, God fearing person and an embodiment of christ according to the book of Mathew 25: 35-40(For when i was hungry you gave me food…..). She was a woman that will not have peace of mind if any men of God are in need. She will assist them by praying for them and meeting their needs financially. She will also go extra miles by getting in touch with other children of God of same mind to assist those Men of God financially. She has impacted so many lives to the extent that my Mom used to call her "Mama Oninu Re" (A cheerful giver). She was a person who does not think only about herself but always puts people's needs first.She is a prayer warrior and always believes that nothing is impossible. Mama will call me and tell me to please always remember Mr Seye who is her son-in-law in prayers because he takes good care of her and has never let her regret living with them. Mama will always call me every 1st day of the Month to pray for me and my family but when I came to Maryland last year for her 80th birthday I realized that she does the same to everyone on her contacts. I will really miss your prayers and advice. I will also miss the way you used to call me " Yinkus Yinkus Elenu Shokoro kini show e" and I will say "show sure ni". Mama has gone but I strongly believe that she is at the right hand of our Lord Jesus Christ. I want we all to know that we are a sojourner in this world and we shall one day go back home. The question is that " Have you ever impacted a single life on this Christian Journey" and "Are we sure that if we die today we will inherit the kingdom of God" if not please make a change today because tomorrow might be too late. Mama has fulfilled her purpose in life.
Mama e sun re o. Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by:
Oluyinka Fakunle
Posted on:
July 29, 2020
Mummy, it's still very hard to believe that you are no longer with us. Our beautiful rose - so beautiful; so kind; so generous; so prayerful. I will miss your calling me Sisi Yinkus - ki le fi joko, as you banter with me because I am Omo Ibadan. Your prayers sustained me through some difficult times. I am so blessed to have known you in my lifetime. You were so easy to talk to and you mingled easily with all those you came across. You are gone from us but you will continue to live in our hearts.

My heartfelt condolence to the Aderinokun family because you will definitely miss our beautiful Mummy, grandma, sister, auntie. Though she's gone, we will continue to see a part of her in everyone of you. I thank you all for sharing her with me.

Adieu Mummy, til we meet again. E sun re o.
Posted by:
Rev. Ebenezer ibikunle sikuade
Posted on:
July 27, 2020
My mother, dns Bisi Aderinokun have left this world to be with her Lord and master....., I met Mama in the year 1993, when she came with her pretty daughter yemi(pastor Mrs adenuga) for a cross over night service, from that very day till date Mama proved herself to be a friend of Jesus, who is ready to do everything to please her Lord and master.
Mama is a fearless woman who boldly stood against the traditional worshippers, when one of there relatives hung himself..., They said it's a taboo for someone to hang himself and there will be need for sacrifice before bringing him down but she(mama) told them boldly that we are followers of Christ and that it's not in the Bible.
Mama is not just a giver but a philanthropist, she touched the life of every members of oworoshoki Baptist Church (God's mercy), if not for Mama I will not have a car,she talked her son(Olumide) into buying car for me...
Mama is a very humble person, people of her status will prefer to worship at ikoyi Baptist Church where we have the timber and caliber and money bags but Mama prefers to worship with us in our little place of worship where only few can sustain themselves... The church will miss mama, my four son's are already missing her and my humble self will never forget her..., This house am living in,Mama has 60% in it, may the Lord reward her Children and grandchildren.... Continue to rest in the bossom of the lord.... Goodnight ma
Posted by:
Mrs Arinola Oguntoyinbo
Posted on:
July 27, 2020
Mummy as I fondly called her was a beautiful,loving and loveable person. I was shocked to receive the news of her transition, but I thank God for the privilege of her love and affection.My memories of her as a loving and caring mother-in-law of my niece will remain evergreen.
May God comfort all her children, grandchildren and other loved ones. May He continue to unite them all in His love.
Rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ, whose love you radiated to all whose paths crossed yours.

Mrs Arinola Oguntoyinbo (nee Coker)
Posted by:
Oluyemi Adenuga
Posted on:
July 26, 2020
My beloved mum,
little did I know that you were bidding farewell to me and my family, when you spoke with me and all my children last on Friday 10th of july, 2020 at about 7.30 p.m. not as a sick but sound person.

Iya rere,
you were incomparable. Can I really stop mourning you. Its very difficult for me. I can't keep you off my memory. Tears well up in my eyes every day, as I can't stop weeping for your demis. Whenever I see your picture(s), or flash back the memory lane of times we spent together, I burst into tears.

Not only were you a dearly mum, but also a friend, confidant, adviser and helper. You were always there to lean on. You knew how to carry us along with you. Your anger with us does not tarry. In fact we dont even offend you as far as you were concerned. You were kind and forgiving. You showered us with much love. You never stopped buying gifts for us. You sowed more than we gave back to you.

You are the epitome of virtue. You are magnificent. Confident and courageous. Modest and humble. Generous and kind. Tolerant and calm. friendly and hospitable. Social, fashionable. You are unique.You are the best.

You trusted and had much confidence in your God, that you refer to Him as 'Baba mi. Yemi, mo trust Baba yen (I.e God), He will never disappoint', was a common adage with you.

You loved and enjoyed singing to your maker. I will miss hear you say Oluwa modupe, more than 100 times at your personal devotion. And blood of Jesus you call and drink always as if you are the custodian of the blood. I will miss you too much.
May you live and rest in the bosom of that 'your Father' forever

Adieu,
Your beloved daughter,
Oluyemi Adenuga
Posted by:
Adenuga Great
Posted on:
July 26, 2020
*A tribute to my treasured Grandma*
This is one of the hardest I've had to write my whole life.
Recently I just lost my beloved grandmother who passed away on the 12th of July, 2020 and we will miss her terribly.

She was one special lady and the loss of her is felt deeply by many, even though she lived a full life.
For the past few months, she bravely fought through an illness. Seeing her suffer in those last hours was extremely difficult.

The love of a grandma is unique. God must have given grandmothers to us to liven up our lives, to make our lives more complete, to make us well rounded and better human beings.

She played a big part in my childhood and whenever she came visiting i can remember so many times sitting with her in the kitchen and tasting the dishes she prepares with special love. She taught me about love and the meaning of family. She has never been just my grandmother but my guardian, my friend, my inspiration.

Still we can't believe my lovely grandma was taken away from us. We will miss our Grandmother, but her spirit and strength , lives on in each of us and in the lives that she touched. She lives on in me and in all those who have been touched by the love, strength, conviction , wisdom, and beauty of her soul.

I love you grandma. You were truly a special, special woman! You may have passed on, but your memories would always live on within us. Thank you for your sacrifices, your care and concern, your love and everything that you have done for me. I know you are in a much better place. I will be forever grateful and thankful that you were my grandmother.

Rest in peace grandma we will never forget you. love you forever.
#Great Adenuga
Posted by:
Beloved \'Segunfunmi Adenuga
Posted on:
July 26, 2020
.It saddens me that I have to write this.
Never thought a day like this would come.
However, above all, I am certain you are in a better place.
This I am fully confident in.
You loved me.
You cared for me.
You looked after me.
You protected me.
I shared my aspirations with You.
You blessed them.
And the plan was that when they come to fulfilment, You would be there.
Hopefully, the outcome is unchanged, and You filled with joy.
I pray as I age, I live a life as peaceful.
May your Soul rest in greater peace.

Your much loved grandson
Beloved Adenuga
Posted by:
OLUWADARA Iyinmikaye Adenuga
Posted on:
July 26, 2020
Grandma, was a very nice and wonderful woman. She has a pure heart and was kind to everyone she met. She trusted and had faith in God. She was good to all and cared about us. But now, she's gone and we can't do anything about it because God understands and knows why.
She calls me elenu sokosokoro. That's one thing that will make me miss her most. May she rest in peace and dwell with her maker
'Dara Adenuga
Posted by:
Mrs Arinola Oguntoyinbo
Posted on:
July 26, 2020
Mummy as I fondly called her was a beautiful,loving and loveable person. I was shocked to receive the news of her transition, but I thank God for the privilege of her love and affection.My memories of her as a loving and caring mother-in-law of my niece will remain evergreen.
May God comfort all her children, grandchildren and other loved ones. May He continue to unite them all in His love.
Rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ, whose love you radiated to all whose paths crossed yours.

Mrs Arinola Oguntoyinbo (nee Coker)
Posted by:
Ngozi Fadulu
Posted on:
July 26, 2020
Oh! mom, what can we say? The Lord knows best - nothing happens without His knowledge. Do we miss you? - we sure do, a great deal. You were a mother with a beautiful soul, reassuring words and very loving. We love you, but God loves you much more.
May the Lord grant you eternal rest and make His perpetual light shine upon you. He will grant the family you left behind, the fortitude to bear the loss. Rest on sweet soul in the bosom of our Lord.

Lekan and Ngozi Fadulu
Posted by:
Lola Ifarajimi
Posted on:
July 26, 2020
We have every reason to say thank you Lord. Mum is with our maker.

She was so full of life, bubbly, cheerful, happy, wonderful, funny, fun loving, and above all, a child of God.

Mum will surely be missed, she will always be in our hearts. Physically we no longer have the privilege of having her with us but we hold on to all those memories that will be fondly cherished forever.

We rejoice because of the legacy mum has left.

Mum, you have run a good race and ended it superbly well. Rest now in the bosom of our Lord.

Adieu mummy❤️

The Aderounmu family.
Posted by:
Kemmy Akinrinmade
Posted on:
July 25, 2020
A time in life you briefly meet some jewel and loving people that showed character and kindness in a way to enlighten you that there is more to life. You beam with infectious smiles Mama. My wife and I appreciate all your gifts, love shown to welcome Stephanie to your family and your personal display of affection to her and our family.
“Earth is missing an angel and aprecious Jewel. Mama! Your loving kindness soul shall surely be missed. RIP.
Kemmy & Bukky Akinrinmade. UK
Posted by:
Reni Atiku
Posted on:
July 24, 2020
Mama, I will never forget the 1st day that I met you. You prayed & cried with me. Each time that I had the privilege to speak to you, you always brightened my day. You always worried about how we were coping & your words of encouragement & prayers each time made me happy.

Mama, you inspired me greatly. Your life was full of loving deeds. I will always cherish those moments.
I found both hope & courage just by looking in your eyes & speaking to you. Your laughter and jokes were a source of joy and wise words. There was a kindness and compassion found in your embrace.

Mama, your memory is now my keepsake with which I’ll never part. God has you in His keeping but we have u in our hearts. God’s garden must be beautiful as He only takes the best.

I thank God that I met this great woman of God. I pray for strength & peace for all your children. The God of all will be your shield & protector in Jesus Mighty Name. God’s eternal blessings with you all.

Sadly missed but never forgotten.

Mama, continue to rest in the bosom of Our Lord Owner of your soul.

Reni Atiku
Posted by:
Mrs Olubunmi Johnson
Posted on:
July 23, 2020
Knowing mama was a delight, then having her as an inlaw was ever blissful. Mama was an epitome of humility and ever so friendly. May her gentle soul rest in peace in Jesus Christ mighty name amen.

Good night.

(Stephanie Aderinokun’s Aunt)
Posted by:
Oyindamola Coker
Posted on:
July 23, 2020
The memory of you shall never pass away. Your memories will always keep me smiling.
You left like you lived, gently, making sure you had said goodbye to all of your loved ones. You were thinking of others until your very last moment, your departure touched many.
The angels are already rejoicing and happy to have you in the bossom of the Lord.
Farewell Mama!

I love you so much and will miss you dearly.
(Mama Stephanie)
Posted by:
Stephanie Aderinokun
Posted on:
July 22, 2020
Mama, I will never forget your beautiful smile, your voice, your laugh, the love you showed to everyone around you. You were always the life of the party, making people laugh, feeding everyone and let me not get started on your dance moves that would make a 21 year old jealous. You had such an infectious personality and I’m truly going to miss you.


Everyone will remember how good you made them feel, and how you were always there to help them out through prayer.
I will treasure every moment spent with you. You were such an inspiration to us all, running a bakery and always calling everyone to wish them a happy new month. You got so much joy from knowing everyone else was ok, so kind and selfless, a woman we alI want to emulate.

My sweet mama, I will tell your grandchildren of how kind, remarkable and loving you were. On Thursday you called and the last words I said to you were “we love you” we can all take comfort in knowing that you knew we loved you.

I promise to look after your son, Temi and Adunni. Just know that in another life I would pick you to be my mother in-law a thousand times. This hurts but I know I cannot question God. Sleep well mama Aderinokun. Heaven has gained an Angel.

Stephanie Aderinokun
Posted by:
Tara Sanyaolu
Posted on:
July 21, 2020
Temidayo and I never got the chance to say Goodbye!!!! The news of your death was painful and breaks our heart. We never saw it coming and maybe we concluded that you were here with us forever and couldn’t have thought that our loving “Granma” will leave us.

So many wishes in our hearts but we truly wished we had a magical wand to bring back the time just to spend one last hour with you; hugging and kissing you.

She was the most generous person I’ve ever known and I am blessed to have experienced your kindness and generous love.
I remember her every conversation that started and ended with a prayer. She was a woman of great faith in God, integrity, Love and strength.

Love you grandma – You truly were a special, special woman! You may have passed on, but your memories would always live on with us. Thank you for your care and concern, prayers, your love, jokes and everything that you have done for us. Our comfort is that we know you are in a much better place with your creator.

Granma, we miss you and you are remembered always as we carry your love in our hearts.

Sun re Granma❤️

Omotara Sanyaolu
Posted by:
Mo
Posted on:
July 20, 2020
May your beautiful soul rest in eternal peace!
Amen
Posted by:
Obehi, Morayo & Femi Ogunbayo
Posted on:
July 18, 2020
Mummy,

You left us all a legacy of kindness, perseverance and achievement. You didn’t just tell us, you showed us by example. You shunned pettiness and malice, always spreading your warm energy and unique sense of humor. We will miss you a lot!

May God grant you eternal peace in his bosom.
Posted by:
Pastor Bayo Adeyemi
Posted on:
July 18, 2020

Comment: Mummy Aderinokun as many of uis fobdly called her is a mother of many of us, we celebrate her for her godly and loving character and model, she's our present day Dorcas Acts 9: 6.
Whenever I come visiting, her hospitality is exceptional, Mummy is so humble to be in the choir at her age to serve the lord
Its painful for us but gainful for her, she has gone to be with her Lord whom she loves passionately .
May her lovely gentle soul rest in perfect peace
May God console her family, I pray God to strengthen and keep everyone in his mercy till we see her in glory again. May her loving and gentle soul treat in perfect peace
Posted by:
Olatunde Williams
Posted on:
July 18, 2020
Mummy we knew you for just the last 4years of your life. The kindness,affection and care that you showered on our daughter Kemi and her newborn twins were limitless. Kemi's mum couldn't have done any better. Anybody whose path crossed yours had something good to learn from you. The kindness and warmth that surrounded you was Godly. When you phoned my wife and I on 9th July 2020,in your usual way you advised us to take care of ourselves and stay safe; little did we know you were saying your final goodbyes. We thank God for letting us know you. Kind MAMA sleep tight in the bosom of the Lord. May your kind and gentle soul rest in perfect peace and may light perpetual shine on you for ever Amen.Mr Olatunde & Mrs Olajumoke Williams.
Posted by:
Kemi Ogunbayo
Posted on:
July 18, 2020
Dear Mummy, You were a lovely lady, a truly selfless person. You showed me and mine great love and care. You further extended this love to my parents when you met them. I will miss your calls the most.
God has you now. Rest well Ma. Amen.
Posted by:
Grace Ogunbayo
Posted on:
July 18, 2020
Mummy, I will miss you! When you were travelling, you told me you'll be back soon. I did not know that was the last time I would see you. You were such a selfless human being, always ready to share what you have with anyone that comes your way. I remember the day we were going to church in Baltimore, Maryland, after dressing up, you called me: "Mama Seye, where is your ring?" I said I did not bring any ring to Baltimore, you removed one of the two rings in your hand, you asked me to test it and it was my size. I returned the ring when we got back from church, but you said: "Mama Seye, don't bother yourself, be using it!" That is to show how generous you were.
Mummy, you were a bundle of wisdom. I'll miss your counsel, advice and prayers.
If I continue to say what you were to me, I'll take the whole page. I'll miss your smile and jokes. You'd say "elenu shokolo".
You were the best mother-in-law I have ever met. Sleep well till we meet to part no more at the feet of Jesus on the ressurection day.
Adieu, mummy!
Mrs. Grace Ogunbayo (Mama Seye)
Posted by:
Grace Ogunbayo
Posted on:
July 18, 2020
Mummy, I will miss you! When you were travelling, you told me you'll be back soon. I did not know that was the last time I would see you. You were such a selfless human being, always ready to share what you have with anyone that comes your way. I remember the day we were going to church in Baltimore, Maryland, after dressing up, you called me: "Mama Seye, where is your ring?" I said I did not bring any ring to Baltimore, you removed one of the two rings in your hand, you asked me to test it and it was my size. I returned the ring when we got back from you, but you said: "Mama Seye, don't bother yourself, be using it!" That is to show how generous you were.
Mummy, you were a bundle of wisdom. I'll miss your counselling, advice and prayers.
If I continue to say what you were to me, I'll take the whole page. I'll miss your smile and jokes. You'd say "elenu shokolo".
You were the best mother-in-law I have ever met. Sleep well till we meet to part no more at the feet of Jesus on the ressurection day.
Adieu, mummy!
Mrs. Grace Ogunbayo (Mama Seye)
Posted by:
Oluwakemi Akintola
Posted on:
July 18, 2020
Hmmm Mummy......

You touched our lives with your kindness and agape love.

I looked forward to your prayers and "Happy New Month" greetings the first day of every month, and you never failed to call, even when you were in Nigeria.

Your smile and humility radiated the love, and personality of Christ.

I thank God for your life, and the privilege of knowing you.
Posted by:
Olayemi Tokunboh-Salako
Posted on:
July 17, 2020
A beautiful soul stopped beating!
Heaven has gained an angel.
Thanks mommy for sharing your life with us. My month starts well with your monthly prayer calls. Didn’t realize you were saying goodbye when you called on July 9th 2020, didn’t get to fulfill my promise of making that delicacy that we talked about. Sleep at the bosom of the Lord till we meet to part no more. Love you mommy.
Posted by:
SEGUN OSOBA
Posted on:
July 17, 2020
There is no way anyone would come in contact with u grandma n not have something wonderfully beautiful to say about u. I appreciate ur love for me n my family, ur prayers n counsel to follow the laudable footprint of my dearest cousin Seye Ogunbayo ur son inlaw. I appreciate ur humily at close to 80 yrs u went down on two knees begging n counseling my wife. May the good Lord bless ur beautiful soul n continue to comfort n console everyone u left behind. We joy in knowing that u have gone to a better place of rest. Adieu.
Posted by:
Adekunle (Seye) Ogunbayo
Posted on:
July 17, 2020
“Gramma” as I will often call you while you beam that infectious smile, you have been nothing but an exceptional human being. Your love and devotion to your family and everyone connected to you is forever worthy of emulation. You have enriched our lives with your selflessness, humility and kindness. You were so gracious, yet we are the living testimonies of God’s grace through you. Thank you for being the greatest mother in-law one could ever have.

Adieu “Gramma”

Adekunle (Seye) Ogunbayo
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