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Comfort Odogun

Comfort Oluwatoyin Odogun

Friday, May 5th, 1950 - Tuesday, November 17th, 2020
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Comfort Oluwatoyin Odogun was born on the 5th of May 1950, in Ilorin Kwara State, Nigeria, to the family of Aladeloba of Idoani Ondo State, Nigeria. She had her primary and secondary school education at Idoani in the early sixties. Comfort met her late husband, Adedayo Odogun and they got married on the 11th of January 1967, she was a faithful and dedicated wife to her husband of about 49 years, they had lived and travelled to various parts of Nigeria during the time of her husband's service at defunct Post and Telecommunication department, now Nigerian Telecommunication Limited (NITEL).

Comfort was a devout Christian who served her God diligently. She was a member of both St Thomas' Anglican Church Akure, Nigeria and St Paul's Anglican Church Winnipeg, Manitoba. She served in various church committees and at one time chairperson of the Church Annual Harvest, at St Thomas' Anglican Church Akure, Nigeria. Comfort was a courageous woman, bold and a great disciplinarian.

Comfort's generosity to humanity was unequalled. She was a trader and later a subsistence Poultry farmer. The prime of her life was spent raising her children and grandchildren. She was multi linguist, smart, quick witted and caring woman to a fault.
The demise of her husband on the 5th of August 2015 left her highly devastated, but took solace in God her creator. She travelled to Canada in 2017 to visit her children and grandchildren in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She died peacefully after a brief illness on Tuesday 17th of November 2020 at the age of 70 years, she was survived by many children and many grandchildren.

WE LOVE YOU MUM BUT GOD LOVES YOU MOST,

REST IN THE BOSOM OF GOD YOUR CREATOR UNTIL WE MEET TO PART NO MORE

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Adenike Ayoola

Posted at 08:12am
Remembering you and "Comfort Odogun" in our minds and in our hearts.I am planting this Xmas tree in honour of my first Xmas without you! Love you Mum
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Adekunle Odogun

Posted at 03:06pm
Adekunle Odogun
Good night my dear wife. We love you but God loves you best. She was a quiet and highly principled person.
You've gone to meet your creator and Almighty God will rest your soul aya ODOGUN.

Babafunke Afolabi

Posted at 02:57pm
My mother,my treasure,my world,my everything.You spent all your life training and nurturing we your children and grandchildren.We never can forget all the virtues learnt from you.I know it was hard for you too but you took the bold step and left us in God’s care.I believe you are reigning in eternity with Jesus singing your favorite hymns.I love you eternally mum.Adieu Sweetmum my Mamadimama.That I will miss you is an understatement.Till we meet again.Rest in peace.

Lawal Adewale

Posted at 03:12am
A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to Heaven.. Your demise was indeed Heavens gain.. You left us in shock, in total state of disbelief, deeply pained and words are of no help in expressing the sorrow we feel at this moment! Your transistion to glory was quiet, a true reflection of the way you live in the world of good and righteousness.
I'm honoured and blessed to have known you - a beautiful soul, full of love, caring and cheerful! You were truly a blessing to our world, i will never forget your kindness and love for Us. The fond memories of your sojourn here on earth are what we have to remember now!
Grandma, the roll was called, you breath your last and you ascended to Heaven in our home, away from us but close to God, your creator. May God grant you eternal rest and comfort the family with strength to bear this great pain & loss... #AdieuGrandma
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Adenike Ayoola

Posted at 08:59am
Mum ! This is a bad dream! I can’t comprehend this monumental loss! I will always love you! I thank God you are a warrior, a daughter of Zion. Rest in the bossom of God ! Say hello to Dad. It is well with your soul
 
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Anthony Odogun Posted at 03:20pm

Mum, I am high devastated by your sudden demise, you will alway live in my heart, you will never be forgotten. I know you are in a better place now, All your love for your family we will forever cherish. I will never forget your generosity to all people around you. You were a woman with a Heart of Gold, Rest on my beloved mum until Resurrection Day when we meet to part no more. Adieu mum!
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