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Stella Kolawole
July 16, 1949 - January 6, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">Mrs. Stella Olabisi Kolawole was 65-years-old, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday January 06, 2016 at her home in Brampton, Ontario.<br />She will be remembered for her strong will to live and the unwavering faith in God.<br /><br />Mommy was born on July 16th, 1950 in Akure, Ondo State to Pa James Boboye Agongo and Madam Felicia Ibidun Boboye.<br />She was preceded in death by her eldest sister Mrs. &rsquo;Nike Meshe, and she is survived by five siblings that includes: Mrs. Jose Ajala, Mrs. Lucy Famoritade, Mrs. Mary Omodare, Mr. Bolaji Boboye and Mrs. Solape Jacobs.<br /><br />Mommy is survived by her husband of 43 years &ndash; Joseph I Kolawole, and her children Dapo and Tokunbo Kolawole, Afolabi Kolawole, Olalekan Kolawole, and Olakemi Kolawole.<br />Grandson: Oluwatobi Kolawole.<br /><br />Mommy was known for putting total strangers at ease, she affected everyone around her and possessed a contagious smile and a unique sense of humor. Throughout her life, she maintained a sweet and simple demeanor that won the trust and hearts of many who have been impacted by her love and faith. Her signature gift of relating to anyone, shown through her concern for others will never be forgotten.<br /><br />She graduated from George Brown College, Toronto, ON as a chef. She along with her husband, Joseph Kolawole were married for 43 years, raised 4 children, Dapo, Afolabi, Lekan and Kemi both in Lagos, Nigeria, and Toronto, Ontario.<br /><br />With a real zest for life, Mommy loved to dance, cook, read, pray, design, play games &ndash; especially with her grandchild and chat with friends and family, and travel&hellip;just to name a few.<br /><br /><br />Mommy left behind other siblings in North America: brothers &ndash; Messrs. Sunday and Adebayo Boboye, and sisters Mrs. Idowu Adenekan, Ms. Dolapo Folurnsho, and Mrs. Badejoke Odetoye, and a host of nephews and nieces. In Nigeria, mommy is survived by brothers and sisters, plus nephews and nieces, plus in-laws in Mr. Rufus Kolawole and Mrs. Helen Kolawole. <br /></div>