Wilson Karanja Ndung’u

In Loving Memory

We celebrate and honour the life of Wilson Karanja Ndungu. It is exactly 3 years since your departure. We thank God for giving us the strength to endure the emptiness of losing you. We always remember your special smile, your caring heart and the warm embrace you always gave us. You were always there for us. We’ll always remember you because there’ll never be another one to replace you in our hearts. Your memory is our keepsake with which we’ll never part God has you in his keeping and we have you in our hearts.

Fondly remembered by your loving wife Lucy, your children Grace, Martin, Catherine and James, your grandchildren Talia and Elsie, family and friends.

In our hearts forever.

Canon Jacob Ishmael Ombara

In Loving Memory/20th Anniversary

1925 – 1999

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.”

Phillipians 4: 6-7 Fondly remembered by Mama Gladys, the children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, relatives and friends.

Jedidah Wanja Kiruai

In Loving Memory/5th Anniversary

Mama, it is now 5 Years since you left us to be with the Lord.

We thank God for the gift of your life. You physically deported from this world but your spirit lives on and continues to be increasingly cherished always in our hearts.

There is no single moment that goes by that you are not in various ways in our thoughts, minds and hearts. As we celebrate your life today, we remember your love, kindness, generosity, integrity, discipline and focus on God which gave us strength to keep going on. Mama, you are our pillar of strength, inspiration and hope.

You are fondly remembered by your children Kuthii, Murage, Wangui, Wanjue, Mika, Wangigi, Gachoki, Njoki, Nyaga, Bibi, Ciku, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, relatives and friends.

Ecclesiastes 7:1: A good name is better than precious ointment and the day of death than the day of one’s birth. Let the name of our heavenly father be praised forever.

Leah Wandia Mburu

Sunrise 1 July 1941 – Sunset 13 November 2017

Two years ago, the Lord called you home to be with Him. Truly, time waits for no man, it is difficult to comprehend that two years have passed since we last heard your voice, heard your laugh or heard you sing songs of praise and worship.

We thank God for you, for the years that He lent you to us. All of us who were blessed to call you mum, sister and friend sorely miss you, but we continue to shine your light brightly. Rest in the sweet by and by till we meet again.

“I have fought an excellent fight. I have finished my full course and I’ve kept my heart full of faith”. 2 Timothy 4:7 The Passion Translation (TPT)

Lidwina Mundin

1st Anniversary

13/11/2018

It is exactly one year since  you left us. Our hearts still ache with sadness. The pain of losing you is still too fresh, but our love for you leaves a memory no one can take.

Deeply cherished and missed by your loving son David, your loving sisters Antoinette, Philomena and Josephina and brothers Felix and Christo and the entire families.

We thank God for the life and time we shared with you.

Tom Sitima, EBS

Sunrise: 1939 – Sunset: 11/11/2014

5 years ago today, you left for higher glory. Memories of the moments we shared with you remain with us to this day.

We valued you deeply before you departed. We now appreciate your value even more. You will forever remain a part of our lives.

Remembered in a very special way today by your family and friends. Rest In Peace till we meet again.

Richard Kavemba Mutinda

1st Anniversary

Your life was a blessing to many. We love you beyond words and miss you beyond measure. In our hearts you will always stay. Fondly and always remembered by your wife Caroline, children- Katanu, Mwende and Fidel, Family and Friends.

A memorial service will be held on 14th November 2019 at 9.00am at Our Lady of Guadalupe, Adams Arcade Ngong Road following by unveiling of the cross at Mbooni.

For our citizenship is in heaven, from which we also eagerly wait for the saviour, the lord Jesus Christ: Philippians 3:20

Phoebe Mueni Ithau

25/09/1931 – 11/10/2018

It is one year since we said goodbye and you ascended into eternity. Though you are physically gone, and your hand we cannot touch, We still have so many memories of you, our Soso whom we loved so much. Your memory is our keepsake, with which we’ll never part. God has you in His keeping, and we have you in our Hearts.

Dearly loved and sadly missed by all your family, relatives and friends.

We will be celebrating Susu’s life and honoring her memory or Saturday 16th November, 2019 at her Kyaviti Farm, Mbooni West District, Makueni County from 11.00am.

In memory of a life so beautifully lived and a heart so deeply loved

Pamela R.A. Ouma Malims (Nyausonga)

20th Anniversary

It is twenty years since you found peace in God’s hands though it seems like yesterday. As we hold onto the good memories you left us, your physical departure from us left grief and pain deeply engraved in our hearts. Not a day passes without us thinking about you and cherishing the abundant love and care you gave us, your laughter cheerfulness and humor.

Through everything, the strength we got from you kept us going. You were a pillar in the society and a shining light in our lives. We shall remain your loving family forever. Fondly remembered and missed by your family.

“For if we live, we live unto the Lord or if we die we die unto the Lord: therefore whether we live or die we are the Lord’s.”  Roman’s 14:8

Hannington “Nitto” Wattimah

In Loving Remembrance

Marking the 25th anniversary of your departure is like Yesterday! You fought a good fight, finished the race, and kept the Faith You are a part of us that can never ever be apart. At 22 years you reared two big milk cows. A challenge to us especially your Mom.

Most Beloved Tony, rest in the Lord, till we meet again.

2nd Timothy 4:7-8