Fort Lincoln Funeral Home & Cemetery

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Olukayode Adeyosoye "Kay"

3 juin , 197719 novembre , 2019
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Olukayode Adeyosoye "Kay" est né(e) le 3 juin , 1977 ià Washington, DC et est décédé(e) le 19 novembre , 2019.


  • Visitation samedi, 7 décembre , 2019
  • Celebration of Life samedi, 7 décembre , 2019
  • Burial samedi, 7 décembre , 2019


Olukayode Adeyosoye "Kay"


Ope Adetosoye

20 décembre , 2019

Uncle Kay I remember when my parents had traveled to Nigeria and auntie Tope brought me to your place and I saw you had a small pet shark I don't know when you got rid of it but I thought it was 😎cool. You always and usually come to see me whenever I am strong. I knew something was wrong when I did not hear from you but kept you in prayers. I miss you so much and continue to be with all of us all in spirit. We love you but God loves you more uncle Kay. RIPP and you will be greatly missed by the family 💞💕

Anthony Ayodele

11 décembre , 2019

My dear friend, I will forever miss you. You were such a kind-hearted man with an uncommon gentle spirit. I remembered the first day we met; we bounded almost immediately. I remembered how we would go to lunch together, and we discussed career, politics, and sport. You motivated me to join the ushering department at the church, and we became so close in and out of the church.
I can't forget your constant display of unparalleled love for your family, most especially your wife. On numerous occasions, whenever we are meeting at the church, you will whisper to me that, bro, I have to go home now because my wife is going to work. You are such a wonderful man, and anytime I see your children, I always thank God for your life.
The last I saw you, a few months before you departed this sinful world, you told you have fully recovered. When suddenly I did not see you online at work, I was a little worried. I made a frantic effort to reach out to no avail. Why do you have to leave so suddenly without warning, my brother! My solace is that you have fought a good battle, and you are resting now in the bosom of God Almighty, the author of life.
Good night brother Kayode! Sun re o, my good friend.
Anthony Ayodele, Ph.D.,

Odunayo Shobayo

10 décembre , 2019

I met Kay about 13 years ago. He was a very dear friend. Soft spoken and kind hearted. Loved is his wife dearly and cherished his children. I remembered how we all prayed together at my dad's house relentlessly. I can't forget the day your wife came to my dad's house to show me the ring, when you proposed to her. We both shouted for joy. I remembered on your wedding day when you held my one month old baby with your wife and too several pictures with her as if she was yours. I remembered your graduation that you and my husband walked the isle together the same day.
Kay , you left me so much sweet memories, although your journey was fast and very brief but I believe you fulfilled destiny. You touched so many lives positively and you serve the God effortlessly. Your good deeds will always be remembered. Continue to Rest in the Bossom of the Lord kay...
We miss you dearly....

Ms. Tee Thomas

9 décembre , 2019

Sir Kay as I fondly called you towards the end, you will be truly missed. I really admired your persistent and mode of worship to the lord. You are gentle and mind your business and a dream of any woman. Yes you are not perfect but you did your best, the love for your wife and children is incomparable. You are an hero and held on to your faith till the end with the support of your beautiful wife. I would have been angry and mad at the world but you are exceptional. Sir kay you are truly missed 😭😭and will forever be missed until we see to part no more Amem. Please dont sleep in heaven and watch over the family you have created, love always😘.

Michael Olorunfemi

9 décembre , 2019

Ah Uncle kay, I will always miss you brother, I still remember how you always call me and tell me about the certifications I can do to boot my experience in the IT field i still remebered when I called you at work and told you I passed my Network plus certification and how you encourage me to keep my head up high. W😱W did I forget to mension how we discussed about the latest Galaxy Notes released by Samsung

Can also forget the day we were both building the shelf right on top of your garage door

I still can't sync it in my head that you are gone, you are just too good of a person U will always be remembered

I remembered our last conversation at the Holy Cross Hospital when I was feeding you and you said "Mikoko thanks for everything", and how I encouraged you not to be afraid that everything will be fine . This page can't contain all I have to write if am to write down how much you meant in this family

Rest In Peace Uncle kay 😭😭😭😭
Till we meet again

Kiki Olorunfemi

9 décembre , 2019

My sincere condolences goes to the adeyosoye's family. May the good lord comfort you all. We love you uncle Kay but God loves you more. May your perfect soul rest in perfect peace. Amen!

Larry & Vicki Hostetler

27 novembre , 2019

Our sincere thoughts and prayers to the Adeyosoye family. We will always remember Kay for his gentle kindness and wonderful smile. May God provide each of you with strength and peace. Sending our love and hugs.