Kayode Olusanjo Gbebikan (17 May 1955 - 7 Oct 2021)

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KayodeGreat Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

£155.00 + Gift Aid of £23.75
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Funeral Service

Location
St Agnes Church 37, St Agnes Place Kennington SE11 4BB
Date
2nd Nov 2021
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Walworth

Cremation Details

Location
South London Crematorium Rowan Road Streatham SW16 5JG
Date
2nd Nov 2021
Time
2pm

Funeral Reception

Location
The Centre WallingtonMilton RoadWallingtonSM6 9RP
Date
2nd Nov 2021
Time
2pm

In loving memory of Kayode Olusanjo Gbebikan who sadly passed away on 7th October 2021

Victoria Harding lit a candle
Victoria Harding donated £20 in memory of Kayode

Thinking of you at this difficult time xxx

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Joanne Collins lit a candle
Nora Henry lit a candle
Nora Henry donated £25 in memory of Kayode

Rest in Peace Kayode, you were loved by many and will be remembered by many.

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Ann Highman posted a picture
A very loving Grandad ❤️

A very loving Grandad ❤️

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Ann Highman lit a candle
Sandra Casagrande donated £20 in memory of Kayode

My heartfelt condolences to the family for the sad loss of Kayode

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Sandra Casagrande lit a candle
Russell Allen donated £20 in memory of Kayode

Dedicated to our uncle and a charity so close to his heart.

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Indrid Isidore donated £20 in memory of Kayode

In loving memory of Kayode. A true warrior who is now in the loving arms of our Father. Sleep well in peace.

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Omatara Allen donated £50 in memory of Kayode

Love eternal always and forever
Your loving sister Tara x

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Kai Gbebikan posted a picture
Mum and Dad relaxing in Aunt Penny's garden

Mum and Dad relaxing in Aunt Penny's garden

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Dad was recovering from being in hospital but was determined to walk Michaela down the aisle on her wedding and was very proud of her

Dad was recovering from being in hospital but was determined to walk Michaela down the aisle on her wedding and was very proud of her

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Dad was a proud family man, here he's with 2 of his sister's, Tara and Penny (Angela)

Dad was a proud family man, here he's with 2 of his sister's, Tara and Penny (Angela)

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Dad enjoying some time by the sea on a birthday trip away

Dad enjoying some time by the sea on a birthday trip away

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  • We had such a wonderful time, a memory I will treasure 😍xx

    Posted by Ann on 3/11/2021 Report abuse
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Tony Lorna and Ernest McDonald is attending the funeral and the reception
Hannah McDonald is attending the funeral and the reception
Ibby Macpepple-Jaja-Agese is attending the funeral and the reception
Ibby Macpepple-Jaja-Agese wrote

English Language Translation:

Prayer for or Warrior Kayode.

We thank You Lord for the passing of our Warrior Kayode Olusanjo Gbebikan.

We exalt Your name for the good life Kayode lived. Father, be with Kayode's soul
grant him peace for he was a faithful man who loved his family & fellow man; bless his departed soul and welcome him into the joy of everlasting brightness in heaven; through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen

Yoruba Language Translation:

Adura fun tabi Jagunjagun Kayode Olusanjo Gbebikan

A dupe lowo Oluwa fun iku jagunjagun Kayode wa. A gbe oruko Re ga fun igbe aye rere ti Kayode gbe. Baba, wa pelu emi Kayode fun u ni alafia nitori o je olododo eniyan ti o feran ebi re & elegbe; bùkún fún ọkàn rẹ̀ tí ó lọ, kí o sì gbà á sínú ayọ̀ ìmọ́lẹ̀ ayérayé ní ọ̀run; nipase Jesu Kristi Oluwa wa Amin

Ibby Macpepple-Jaja-Agese

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  • Thank you Ibby, a very fitting prayer for a true warrior. Blessings sent to you and all the family.

    Posted by Ann on 29/10/2021 Report abuse
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KATE SCARLET wrote

Sending love and peace to all the family. Such a hard year and such a sad passing. Kayode is not lost but very much present in al of you and our memories. Kayode was always kind and caring and most of all helpful whenever I met him. I was very fond of him and felt I knew better than I actually did through all the stories told me by Tara. xxx

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  • Annette Jones-Steward will be attending

    Posted by Annette on 25/10/2021 Report abuse
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Sabena Godley lit a candle
Rachel and Tony is attending the funeral
Denise Ramsey is attending the funeral and the reception
Lanye White is attending the funeral and the reception
Diepiri MacPepple-Jaja wrote

Kayode Olusanjo Gbebikan was a very special person always hardworking and attentive in his passion and love of cars as a mechanic and for his wife Anne and their children. He grew up during difficult times in London when the city was still rebuilding itself after 2nd World war. I recall Kayode as a young man in the 70’s as a gentle giant of a man, loving and caring of his siblings and late mother Dorothy and he was always pleasant and kind to me it was never what he said but what he did that stuck with me. Yes Kayode was a strongman, fearless, willing and able to defend his family in the face of adversity in the true African since as the eldest son at that time.Kayode you have gone ahead of us all but your light still shines brightly in all our hearts so although you will be sadly missed we know that your presence will always be felt by our side whenever we think of you. I humbly salute the wife Anne and all members of your family as a family friend go now and Rest in Peace Kayode Bro Diepiri MacPepple-Jaja.

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  • Thank you Perry. Lovely words. He was indeed our warrior and the rock of the family. xxx

    Posted by Angela on 22/10/2021 Report abuse
  • Thank you Perry,for your kind words, I read them to Kayode. He is at peace now, he fought a long hard battle, we will always be so very thankful, to have had the time we did with him and to have shared so many happy memories. Prayers and blessings sent to you and your family.

    Posted by Ann on 29/10/2021 Report abuse
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