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Obituary

Ebenorah Sefena Pamela Olatunbosun

(nee Spencer-Greywoode)

1950 – 2018

It is with great sadness that the family of our brother, Professor Remi Olatunbosun (Freeman House: 62–66/68), announce the death of his wife, Mrs Ebenorah Sefena Pamela Olatunbosun (nee Spencer-Greywoode). Professor Olatunbosun is a long-standing and active member of the Midlands chapter of ICOBA Europe. He is also the son of the late Mr J O Olatunbosun, former Principal of Igbobi College.

 

Thanksgiving Service and Celebration of Her Life

 

Friday, 19th October 2018

 

Funeral service

Time: 11.00 am
Venue: Longbridge Methodist Church,
1654/8 Bristol Road South,
Birmingham B45 9TY

Interment

Time: 12.30 pm
Venue: North Bromsgrove Cemetery,
21 Barley Mow Lane,
Catshill,
Bromsgrove B61 0LU

Reception

Time: 1.30 pm — 5.00 pm
Venue: Birmingham Botanical Gardens,
Westbourne Road,
Birmingham B15 3TR

No floral tributes (wreathes, flowers) please. Instead, the family request donations to either of the following charities using the links below or through the collection box at the funeral:

Christian Aid
Cancer Research UK

It was Sefena’s wish that this should be a celebration of her life. Therefore we ask that you do not wear black – bright colours, especially dark pink/purple (which were her favourite colours) would be most appropriate.

For those arriving in Birmingham by train, take the local train from New Street Station.

Please make every effort to support our dear brother and his family at this time.

Welcome

ICOBA Europe is a branch of Igbobi College Old Boys' Association (ICOBA). ICOBA Europe is open to all Old Boys resident in Europe. The association seeks to create an environment of support and friendship for its members and their families, as well as provide practical and directional support for our alma mater, in particular the educational attainment of the boys currently at the school.

ICOBA Europe also seeks to foster closer links with the North America branch and ICOBA International, the parent body of our association. We aim to organise a range of business, social and fundraising activities, including a bi-annual reunion that provides an opportunity to reconnect with old school friends, and others who may have attended the school in a different era, but nonetheless share a common heritage and set of values with us.

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