Architect Adebayo Ayodeji Fatiregun
Date of birth: 08-09-1961
Date of death: 16-05-2012
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With deep pain and regrets we announce the untimely death of our brother Architect Adebayo Ayodeji Fatiregun. This page is for family and friends to ...

With deep pain and regrets we announce the untimely death of our brother Architect Adebayo Ayodeji Fatiregun. This page is for family and friends to gather and share the memories of our dear brother Architect Adebayo Ayodeji Fatiregun a.k.a Byron.

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  • 2 years, 5 months
    created memory in Architect Adebayo Ayodeji Fatiregun

    Arch. Bayo Fatiregun will be remembered for his simple and easy-going life. I knew this man to be very humble and intelligent. His life will definitely be a challenge to many who make noise about small achievement. We love you but God loves you more. God knows He will prefer you to be taken away and that is why you have to go so soon. This same God will keep your wife and children from all evil and will grant them all they needed to succeed in life. Rest in the bosom of your Savior.
    Good Night!

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  • 2 years, 5 months
    created memory in Architect Adebayo Ayodeji Fatiregun

    Bayo, am not sure I know you but I know Papa V.A.Fatiregun very well. You've done the little you can do on this planet earth. Sure you lived well from comments on FB. Yes indeed a gentleman par excellence. Yes, Bayo, you will never behold any imperfection again. Sweet will surely be your rest, well deserved in the Lord your creator. Bye bye -our own Bayo

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  • 2 years, 5 months

    Baaayooo, is this how we all shall go like the wind? My encounter with you at the Cathedral on Saturday during the Installation of the Baba Egbe Ijo of the Cathedral was a memorable one. I never knew it was going to be the last as I had to leave the service early for another wedding at Ile-Ife. My DEDICATED ARCHITECT, the designer of my personal building under your supervision, command and control at Ijebu-Jesa. There is no way I can express my sense of loss.

    Our days at Origbo Grammar school where I began my voyage with the Fatiregun family in 1973 is the most memorable that cannot easily be forgotten. Daddy added me to the family members list just as many of us then when my father handed me over to him in 1973 and found myself at Origbo Grammar School and later Methodist High School, Ilesa.

    You are the perfect combination of your wonderful traits that personified both your Mummy and Daddy, without any fault indeed. You took life easy, easy-going, not greedy and you are not that madly ambitious - in terms of Nigerian Factor. Your are simply a great asset to the family and a peace-loving person and a bridge builder indeed.

    WHAT A GREAT LOSS!! I FEEL FOR YOUR LITTLE DAUGHTERS YOU PRACTICALLY LIVED FOR. YOUR LIFE WAS AROUND THESE LITTLE ONES AS THEY WILL BE THE ONES TO MISS YOU MOST. I CANNOT REMEMBER SEEING YOU ANYWHERE OUT OF YOUR HOME IF YOU HAVE NOT GONE TO PICK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS FROM SCHOOL, GONE TO WORK OR VISITING LOCAL SITES YOU SUPERVISED FOR FRIENDS, FOR ALMOST NOTHING.

    Bayo, the whole of Egboroland will miss you greatly. I am yet to come into terms with the shock in my spirit. My prayer is that Our God Almighty will be the real father of your daughters and you HAVE ETERNAL REST IN THE BOSSOM OF THE LORD.

    I appeal to the young ones to learn something from the life of LATE ARCH. ADEBAYO AYODEJI FATIREGUN (1961-2012).

    GOOD NIGHT, BAYO. WE SHALL MEET AND NEVER TO PART AGAIN.

    FRIENDS, LIVE EVERY DAY AS IF IT WOULD BE THE LAST.

    ADIEU!!!.

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  • 2 years, 5 months

    Baaayooo, is this how we all shall go like the wind? My encounter with you at the Cathedral on Saturday during the Installation of the Baba Egbe Ijo of the Cathedral was a memorable one. I never knew it was going to be the last as I had to leave the service early for another wedding at Ile-Ife. My DEDICATED ARCHITECT, the designer of my personal building under your supervision, command and control at Ijebu-Jesa. There is no way I can express my sense of loss.

    Our days at Origbo Grammar school where I began my voyage with the Fatiregun family in 1973 is the most memorable that cannot easily be forgotten. Daddy added me to the family members list just as many of us then when my father handed me over to him in 1973 and found myself at Origbo Grammar School and later Methodist High School, Ilesa.

    You are the perfect combination of your wonderful traits that personified both your Mummy and Daddy, without any fault indeed. You took life easy, easy-going, not greedy and you are not that madly ambitious - in terms of Nigerian Factor. Your are simply a great asset to the family and a peace-loving person and a bridge builder indeed.

    WHAT A GREAT LOSS!! I FEEL FOR YOUR LITTLE DAUGHTERS YOU PRACTICALLY LIVED FOR. YOUR LIFE WAS AROUND THESE LITTLE ONES AS THEY WILL BE THE ONES TO MISS YOU MOST. I CANNOT REMEMBER SEEING YOU ANYWHERE OUT OF YOUR HOME IF YOU HAVE NOT GONE TO PICK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS FROM SCHOOL, GONE TO WORK OR VISITING LOCAL SITES YOU SUPERVISED FOR FRIENDS, FOR ALMOST NOTHING.

    Bayo, the whole of Egboroland will miss you greatly. I am yet to come into terms with the shock in my spirit. My prayer is that Our God Almighty will be the real father of your daughters and you HAVE ETERNAL REST IN THE BOSSOM OF THE LORD.

    I appeal to the young ones to learn something from the life of LATE ARCH. ADEBAYO AYODEJI FATIREGUN (1961-2012).

    GOOD NIGHT, BAYO. WE SHALL MEET AND NEVER TO PART AGAIN.

    FRIENDS, LIVE EVERY DAY AS IF IT WOULD BE THE LAST.

    ADIEU!!!.

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  • 2 years, 5 months

    Baaayooo, is this how we all shall go like the wind? My encounter with you at the Cathedral on Saturday during the Installation of the Baba Egbe Ijo of the Cathedral was a memorable one. I never knew it was goin to be the last as I had to leave the service early. My DEDICATED ARCHITECT, the designer of my personal building under his supervisor and command at Ijebu-Jesa, there is no way I can express my sense of loss.

    Our days at Origbo Grammar school where I began my voyage with the family in 1973 is the most memorable that cannot easily be forgotten. Daddy added me to the family when my father handed me to him in 1973 and found myself at Origbo Grammar School and later Methodist High School.

    You are the perfect combination of your Mummy and Daddy, without fault indeed. You took life easy and you are not that madly ambitious - in terms of Nigerian Factor. Your are simply an easy-going person.

    WHAT A LOSS!! I FEEL FOR YOUR LITTLE DAUGHTERS YOU PRACTICALLY LIVED FOR. YOUR LIFE IS AROUND THEM AS I CANNOT REMEMBER SEEING YOU ANYWHERE OUT OF YOUR HOME IF YOU HAVE NOT GONE TO PICK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS FROM SCHOOL, GONE TO WORK OR VISIT SITES UNDER SUPERVISED FOR FRIENDS.

    Bayo, the whole of Egboroland will miss you greatly. I am yet to come into terms with the shock in my spirit. My prayer is that Our God Almighty will be the real father of your daughters and you HAVE ETERNAL REST IN THE BOSSOM OF THE LORD.

    GOOD NIGHT, BAYO. WE SHALL MEET AND NEVER TO PART AGAIN.

    FRIENDS, LIVE EVERY DAY AS IF IT WOULD BE THE LAST.

    ADIEU!!!.

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