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Lilian C. Kidullah

1st Anniversary

 Sunset: 17th September 2018

A year ago, Today you finished the work that your creator had called you for. With humbleness, we accepted this will of God. The void you left will never be filled but you are forever inscribed in our heart. You left us meaningful and wonderful memories.

Fondly cherished and appreciated by your husband Edward Kidulla. Children: Phillipine, Stephanie, Christine, Tamara, and Moureen. Grandchildren: Jayden, Zahir, Sidra, Joy, Taraji, Lilly, and Azaria Sons in law: Shuruti, Brian Chris and Tush.

We sincerely thank everyone who took time to pray, support and console with us during that very difficult moments. Shallom

Esther Wambui Mbarathi

3rd Anniversary

It is exactly 3 years since the Lord took you to be with him You left us beautiful memories and your love is still our guide.

Your teachings and actions still remain with us. Though we cannot see you, you are always in our hearts and minds

Fondly missed and remembered by your loving husband, children, grand and great grandchildren, family, relatives and friends

“In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever. Amen”  

Robert Kahiga Mwangi

4TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF LIFE

It has been four years since you left us and yet it still feels like yesterday. Your reassuring presence, admirable smile, wise advice and warm touch still lingers when we meet at home, in our minds and more so in our hearts.

It is the little things, the quiet moments, the smiles, the laughter, wise counsel, fearless protection…and although it often is difficult to bear your absence from us, the memories of these little things helps us forget the pain and bring the smiles back again. Thank you for always being there for Mum and us through both good and trying times. Daddy, we love and miss you deeply. There will never be another to replace you. In our hearts you forever shall remain.

Fondly remembered and cherished by your loving wife, Nancy Wanjiku Kahiga, Children – Pauline & Jackson Waititu; Eunice & Dr. John Tole; Livingstone Mwangi & Bernard Mburu (USA). Grandchildren – Ian Tole, Jeremy Tole, Tanya Tole and Jayden Waititu.

“Death leaves heartache no one can heal Love leaves a memory no one can steal”

Jane Wanjiru Ndung’u

10th Anniversary

 23rd Dec 1957 – 16th Sep 2009

On the 10th Anniversary of the Day you went away Nyina wa Ndung’u (RIP) na Ciku.

Mummy, today marks 10 years since the day that I lost you, and for a time it felt as though my life ended too. But loss has taught me many things and now I face each day with hope and happy memories to help me on my way and though am full of sadness that you are no longer here, your influence still guides me and I still feel you near. What we shared will never die; it lives within my heart, bringing strength and comfort while we are apart till when I’ll see you on the other side of the stars.

Fondly Loved, missed and remembered by your Daughter Ciku Christine, Grandchildren, Ciru Ivy, Mumbi Ivanna and Mwangi Bryo, Mum Wanjiku, Sisters, Brothers, Nephews, Nieces, and Special Sons Jim, Tony(USA) and Adorable daughters Irene Kaburia, Tery, Ciru, and Friends.

Wherever a beautiful soul has been there’s a trail of beautiful memories. God broke our hearts to prove that he picks the best.

The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God and no torment shall touch them…. they are in peace. Wisdom 3:1-3.

Continue RIP Maitu Jane Wanjiru Ndung’u and Say Hello to Bro and Guka.

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Mzee Martin Oraro Ondu

Appreciation and First Year Anniversary

1924 – 2018

Fondly remembered in every way. You were a loving and committed husband, father, grandfather, relative and friend, whose life we were privileged to share.

The love you had for us is something special that we deeply miss.

You remain forever in our hearts. May you rest in eternal peace.

Dearly missed and loved by your wife Monica Oraro, your children George Oraro, Margaret Omollo, Pamela Oraro, Stephen Onyango, the entire family and friends.

The Oraro family is sincerely grateful to the church, community, family and friends who stood with us during the time of loss and thereafter.

May God bless you all.

Isaiah 41:10. Not only will God give us peace, but He will also strengthen us.

Jane Margaret Omolo Okero

In Loving Memory

Today marks a year since you left us to rest, after a well-lived, inspiring life.

The ache and tears are still there but we cherish precious memories of your gentle voice, warm smile, laughter, touch, courage and kindness. You are always in our hearts Mummy. Now you are in glory among the Angels!

Deeply missed and loved by your husband, children, grandchildren, sisters, nieces, nephews, and friends.

Priscilla Wangui Mwangi (Wakabithe)

1st Anniversary

It’s been a year since you left us to be with the Lord our Loving Mum. We thank God for the time we shared here on earth and to date we treasure the memories. We miss you and still love you dearly. You are loved and missed by your husband, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and your brother.

Those we Love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day, Unseen, Unheard but always near; still loved, still missed and very dear. Since you cannot return to us, we shall purpose to live right by remaining in the faith, so that we can at the appointed time, come and be re-united with you and the saints.

With fond memories we especially wish to thank all our friends who supported us in prayers, financially and/or in kind during our time of need. Your prayers made the good Lord to give us strength to go through the grief. ‘May the Lord repay you many times over.

In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you remain.

Bethuel Muiruri Laban Kimungu

Celebrating 19th Anniversary

You will forever remain alive in our hearts and memories dear Dad, you are near even if we don’t see you, in laughter and in sorrow we know you are resting in peace. Until we meet again.

Deeply missed by your dear wife Naomi Wambui Muiruri, your children Isabel Wangui, Alice Wacheke, Rosemary Waithira, Eunice Wambui, Dr Njoroge, Stephen Karanja, David Mwangi, James Kimungu, John Wangendo Kimani, Michelle Wangui Mwangi, Many grandchildren and great granddhildren.

“I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live” John 11:25  

Romilla Hope Akeyo Ochieng

In Loving Memory/1St Anniversary

 Sunrise: 29/08/2009 Sunset: 16/09/2018

It’s been a year since you left us to be with The Lord our little princess Romy. We miss you and love you dearly. We thank God for the time we shared with you here on earth. The memories of your life and times remain forever treasured. Your infectious smile, laughter, kindness and love of humanity are deeply embedded in our hearts.

There will be a memorial service in remembrance of Romy at the graveside on the 14th of September, 2019 from 10.30am.

You are missed and loved beyond measure by your Mummy Carol, Daddy Rogers, Brother Rodney, Grandparents, Aunties, Uncles, Cousins and friends.

In God’s hands you rest in our hearts you live forever. Till we meet Again Angel  

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Marjorie Gachigi Kimenyi

1St Anniversary

Like a twinkling of an eye, a year has passed by dear Mum, Cucu, Aunt and friend since you left us.

Words cannot express how we miss your wisdom and love. We thank God for the time we shared and to date we treasure the memories.

Your courage, generosity, kindness, love, sense of humour, and warm smile makes remembering you a joy. You will forever be in our hearts for as long as we live.

Since you cannot return to us, we shall purpose to live right by remaining in the faith, so that we can at the appointed time come and be re-united with you and the saints.

With fond memories we especially wish to thank All Saints Cathedral Clergy led by Rev. John Kamau, Lavington United Clergy Dr. Bishop John Maromba and Rev. Tom Otieno; and all friends who supported us in prayers. financially and/or in kind during our time of need. Your prayers made the good Lord to give us strength to go through the grief, May the Lord repay you many times over. We also wish to thank Dr. Macharia Muthure, Dr. Kayima, and Dr.Kabetu, (You walked with us far beyond your call of duty); all friends who joined us for evening meetings at Nairobi Baptist Church and Lavington, and all who gave us moral support the Lord also richly bless you.

“The Lord is my shepherd…”- Ps.23