Marbyen L. Adegoke

October 1, 1978 - July 31, 2017

Marbyen Lilian Adegoke, 38 of Eau Claire passed away on Monday, July 31, 2017 at her home.

Lilian was born on October 1, 1978 to Joel and Cecilia (Walbe) Nimfa in Nigeria. 

Lilian is survived by her husband, Olusegun Adegoke of Eau Claire; daughters, Oreoluwa and Morayo Adegoke of Eau Claire; and mother, Cecilia Nimfa of Jos, Nigeria.

Lilian was preceded in death by her father, Joel Nimfa.

Funeral services will be Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 11:00 am at Gateway Pentecostal Church in Eau Claire with Pastor Billy Gibson officiating.  Visitation will be two hours prior to the services at the church on Saturday.  Burial will follow the service at Forest Hill Cemetery.

 

  1. My thoughts and prayers for all family and friends. Marbyen was a truly amazing woman in every way. My heart is broken.

    - Patrice

  2. Olu, I am so very sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time. Kyle Sturz (Ret. Teamster Steward)

    - Kyle Sturz

  3. My heart go out to family friends and anyone who knew her. She definitely left a big imprint on my life. I will always remember her and the memories we shared. R.I.P ♡

    - Chealyn Damrow

  4. My heart goes out to Lillian’s family and friends. She was an amazing, friendly woman who I enjoyed knowing. And such beautiful little girls. Many prayers

    - Jodean

  5. Marbyen was such a bright and kind woman. She spoke so often of her family and her kids and her big heart shined in everything she did. I am so heartbroken for her family’s loss. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers.

    - Kirsten McElwaine

  6. Our dear Lilian, we bless God for the life you have spent and lifes you have impacted. May you rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus.

    - Sarah Emmanuel Nok

  7. May her gentle soul rest in peace with the Lord and May the peace of the Lord be upon the Family.

    - Emmanuel Badung

  8. My condolence to the Family. May her gentle soul rest in peace with the Lord. Amen

    - Hannatu Bewarang

  9. I’m consoled because you are resting in the Boston of our Lord. No more pain, worry or sorrow. ADIEU Aunty!!

    - Tancit Tali

  10. Olu, so sorry to hear of your wife’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your Family. Tommy Vehrs UPS Driver

    - Tommy Vehrs

  11. Accept my sympathy. May her gentle soul R.I.P. The Lord Almighty will comfort your family at this difficult time. IJN

    - Olajumoke Olotu Aladesiun

  12. Marbyen, it’s terrible to hear about your sudden passing away; i am deeply saddened by this loss. I hereby express my sincere sympathy to the husband, children, parents, brothers and sisters, and friends. Please accept my condolences.

    - Nanloh Jimam

  13. Such shocking news! Sunset at noonday? I prayed for your recovery but it never happened. God knows best! Sleep on, Marbyen. Sleep on till we meet on the Resurrection Morning!

    My heartfelt sympathy to the husband & kids.

    - Remikat Kumbin

  14. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. When death takes our loved ones, we feel helpless. Death is never easy and it brings great sorrow. But know that God will surround and comfort you at this difficult time. God is close to the brokenhearted and helps those crushed in spirit. Psalms 34:18.

    - Lowanda

  15. Marbyen I admire your courage and faith. You still remain amazing to me. We chat often on facebook, inquire about your health,you will say it’s fine, in turn you encourage me to be strong that all things work together for good ever cheerful. Thank you for letting me see your face on that video call. Rest on Marbyen. May God strengthen and comfort your Hubby and jewels.

    - Chalya sale Fale

  16. Accept my. Sympathy from all of us. Segun tam tam. And my church. Ki Oluwa no d’s awoun omo re. So fun wa. No Oluwa ki o di. O mu. AMI. Let’s see

    - Victoria Ibiyemi

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