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Kikelomo Ojosipe

September 16,1945 – April 19,2019

Obituary for Kikelomo Ojosipe

Mrs. Kikelomo Atinuke OjosipeMrs. Kikelomo Atinuke Ojosipe, age 73, of Douglasville Georgia, transited to glory on Friday 19th April 2019. She was born on September 16th 1945 to Late Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Olusoji & Juliana Shobayo. Our Mother was a devout Christian that committed her life to the ideals of Christian living and faith. She was Generous, kind, loving, sweet, caring, honest, elegant, fastidious, brave, strong, bubbly, energetic, resilient, thoughtful, hopeful, selfless. Our mother possessed all of these qualities for sure. Throughout her life she took in people who needed help when she had so little. We had several people live with us for months at a time. She helped our friends when they couldn’t go to their parents for help, or if they had lost their parents; people liked being in our home because my mother welcomed everyone without judgment (not to mention the fact that she always had lots of great food). Birthdays, Christmas, or for no particular reason at all, she would shower her children, and others, with countless gifts. She simply loved being there for others and making their lives easier. This was where she received her greatest joy. In life she was in a constant state of motion. She was a whirlwind, never stopping, or slowing down. That kind of energy keeps moving out and beyond. Thank you, Mommy, for giving us the freedom and space to dream and aspire. You said to us, “do what makes you happy, you’ll never be happy doing something you don’t like.” Thank you for making a beautiful home in every way; for making dinner time sacred, making sure that we all ate together every night, regardless of your oppressive schedule. Thank you for creating order in our house despite the disorder that you shielded us from. Thank you for giving me a sense of style and taste and an appreciation for beauty and for good food. Thank you for pushing us to go to college even though you never had the chance. Thank you for showing and teaching us how to be a real friend. Thank you for teaching us to be compassionate and forgiving. Mummy we love you but we all take solace in the knowledge and understanding that God love you best and without a shadow of doubt in our mind we know you are resting at the bosom of the Almighty.Mummy was survived by five children, many grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be conducted Friday, May 24, 2019 at 12:00 PM from the Chapel of Jones-Wynn Funeral Home of Douglasville. Interment will follow at Meadowbrook Memory Gardens. Messages of condolences may be sent to the family at www.jones-wynn.com. Jones-Wynn Funeral Home of Douglasville is in charge of arrangements. 770-942-2311

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