Diana Asha Gwiyo, LLB

In Loving Memory / 1St Anniversary & Appreciation

Sunrise: 16th October, 1983 – Sunset: 7th June, 2022

It’s been a year since you left us for your heavenly abode. The sadness of your departure left us bereft and we didn’t get a proper chance to say goodbye.We miss you so much.We are grateful to God for your presence in our lives. We cherish all the good times we shared with you, not only the family but all your friends, colleagues and everyone who interacted with you.We keep celebrating and remembering you for being a wonderful mother, daughter, sister, wife, cousin, aunt and friend.

We miss your cheerful nature, your love for people, your lifelong effort to assist the less fortunate and inspire others to improve their lot in life. We also miss the dancer in you, all of which we are committed to further in honor of you.

We, your family, and friends, miss you greatly, especially your daughter, Naiza Nyambura. We shall reunite with you one day in the presence of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. Though not with us physically, you are always with us, in thought and in prayer, and you live on through us and all those you impacted.

The family wishes to convey our utmost gratitude and heartfelt appreciation to all those who assisted us both emotionally and financially to grant Diana a befitting farewell. Special Mention to her classmates from Nairobi Primary, University of Nairobi Law School, Colleagues at The(Former) Access Kenya, Telkom Kenya, Elimu Resource Centre, Malindi, The Pastors, Choirs and members of the St Anthony Cathedral Parish, Malindi, The African Inland Church, Ngao, The Kileleshwa Githunguri Road Residents Association, and the Committees in Nairobi, Malindi and Ngao. You shall be forever in our prayers, and we shall forever be grateful.

Keep Resting with the Angels, Diana. You are Forever in Our Hearts.


Raphael Munene Chubi

In Loving Memory

In Loving Memory Days and months have passed. It is now ten years since you left us and went to be with our Heavenly Father, Each day we cherish the memories we shared. We thank God, our family and friends for the support and comfort they continue to give us in your absence. Although you are gone, your spirit, amazing energy, laughter, strength, loyalty and all that we learnt from you remains with us and continue to inspire us.

You will always be fondly remembered and dearly missed by your wife Anastasia: your children Catherine, Anthony, Gregory, Philip & Thato; your grandchildren Ralph, Ken, Kevin, Remmy, Sihlelelwe & Kaboentle, Kganya Kamaara; your sisters the late Josephine, Regina, Margaret, and by all your nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

While you rest, continue to do so in peace, knowing we liberated you and in our hearts you will live forever.

In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever. AMEN!

Comas Mmbulika Mwenesi & Alice Nyagoha (Otiende) Mmbulika

1st Anniversary

It is now a year since you departed from us. You left an indelible mark in our hearts. We miss you. Your children Lucy Mongoi (Matungu Hospital), Couldry Franklin Mwenesi (Doha), Lodrine Olocho (Butula boys), Beverly Alivitsa (Kisumu motel) and Rithvan Makungu (Vihiga). Your grandchildren Yanique Kassim (St. Brigids Girls high), Nasreen Kassim (Joysil Academy), Castrol K (Munami High Sch) and Grayson Otiende (Bulka Academy) really miss you. Greatly missed by the larger Va-jairo Mwole clan, The Olochols Foundation, The Otiende’s dynasty, Kivagala friends church, Teacher’s fraternity and the whole community at large for the different roles you both played.

Mum and Dad, you left us in rapid succession without a word, We cried and left everything to the Almighty. Our prayer is that even as you continue to rest peacefully, may you continue watching over us even as we continue to uphold and develop your legacy.

From the very bottom of our hearts, we are grateful for the tutelage you gave us with a singular motive of ensuring that we scale to greater heights. Every day we think of you and dearly wish you were still with us.You were our source of motivation. Our source of strength, Our pride.We cherish the moments we were with you and interacted with you. Every moment with you was not only a happy moment but also a learning moment. A moment to better and shape ourselves into all round individuals powered by intellect and driven by passion. We are truly indebted.

Dad and Mum, in our hearts you live forever. Continue resting in peace.

“For there is hope of a tree if it is cut down, that it will sprout again and that the tender branch thereof will not cease.” Job:14:7

Jeremiah Nzyoka Mwau

In Loving Memory / 1st Anniversary

Sunrise: 1968 – Sunset 7th June, 2022

It is exactly one year since the Lord took you from us. Hardly a day passes without us missing your presence in our midst. We cherish the memorable moments we shared. We remember you for your ever caring attitude, love, hard work, truthfulness, time consciousness plus the many other virtues you possessed. The void you left only God can fill.

We thank God that He gave us such a gem. We thank Him for giving us the strength to move on despite the loss. We appreciate everybody who stood with us and shared in our loss.Your support in whichever form made our loss bearable.

Fondly remembered by your wife Dorothy Kalee, daughter Faith Nduku, sons Daniel Mwau and Abednego Mukula, parents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces and all those whose lives you touched in one way or the other.

“But those who die in the Lord will live; their bodies will rise again!”(Isaiah 26:19).

Continue Resting in Eternal Peace Beloved.


Emilysiana Wambare Munyaka

1st Anniversary

A year is now passed since the day you suddenly left us. The mark you left in our lives is indelible. Not a day passes Iburu, without us thinking of you. You taught us well and we are blessed for the moments we shared together. You left behind a rich harvest of memories to cherish, honor and emulate.

Dearly missed by your loving husband Francis, your children, your grandchildren, your great grandchildren, your brothers and sisters, relatives and friends.

We also remember the many who have held our hands and continue to uphold us spiritually, materially and emotionally. Asante sana from the bottom of our hearts; you have lightened the load and made all the difference.

Family and friends are welcome to pray with us in a memorial mass at Mbari ya Nguura, Gikondi, Mukurwe-ini, Nyeri on Saturday, 10th June 2023 at 10.00a.m.

A life that touches others goes on forever.

Edith Wangari Gitata

Appreciation / 1st Anniversary

Sunrise: 05/05/1945 – Sunset: 06/06/2022

Days, weeks, months have turned into one year since you left us on 6th June, 2022. We wish to thank the Almighty God for the 77 Years that we shared with you and all Glory and honour to His Holy Name.

We the Family of the late Mrs. Edith Wangari Gitata, wish to thank God for the time we spent with our dear Mum, The church fraternity led by PCEA Evergreen Church; Rev. Nehemiah Mburu, Rev. Simon Kamande,Woman’s Guild and other church committees. The Doctor’s and Nurses of MP Shah Hospital led by Dr.Vijay Shah, Faraja Cancer Support Centre, Dr. Gladwell Kiarie, Dr. Murage of Kiambu Doctor’s Plaza, Doctors and Nurses of Fords Hospital and Medanta Hospital – New Delhi, India.The funeral committee comprising of relatives, friends, neighbours and those who called us from around the world to relay messages of condolences, financial, spiritual and emotional support. May God bless you.

Please accept this message as an appreciation as we may not reach everyone individually and May Almighty God bless you abundantly.

In God’s arms you rest in our hearts you live forever. Amen!

Bertila Aida Maria Azavedo (Ida)

In loving memory

There is but one and only one, Whose love will fail you never. One who lives from sun to sun, With constant fond endeavour. There is but one and only one. On earth there is no other. In heaven a noble work was done When God gave us our Mum.

Dearly missed by Vincent and Anastasia, Colin, and all family and friends.

Eternal rest grant unto her, 0 Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her.

May her soul rest in peace. Amen.

Samuel Chebet Kirotich


Two years on and your impact in our lives is deeply felt, treasured memories and your presence run our minds daily.You left this world early when no one expected, how I wish we could bring you back but God knows why. Your spirit is increasingly cherished in our thoughts, minds and heart.

As we celebrate your life today, we remember your touch of love, Kindness, generosity and care. Although it is not easy, we pray God to give us strength to pick from where you left us. We are hopeful you are resting in heavenly peace and watching over us. You are out of our sight but your memories will always remain in our mind and heart.

Dearly missed by wife Janet Kirotich Gusa. Children: Ken Kibor and Laura Cheptoo. Grand Daughter: Kate Kangogo. Sister: Sally Lomariwo. Brothers: Francis Kanda and Joshua Kanda. Uncles: Joy Lomariwo, Ecclesians Kigen and Epignosis Kigen. Relatives and Friends.

Psalms 73:26 My Flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and, my portion forever

Derrick Obiero Omondi

One Year Anniversary / Thanksgiving

Derra, we little knew that God intended to call your name that morning, 30105/2022. In life we loved you dearly, in death we equally love you, it broke our hearts to lose you. You didn’t go alone, for part of us went with you the time God called you home. You left us beautiful memories your love is irreversible. Though we cannot see you, you are always by our side. Our family chain was broken and nothing seems the same, but call one by one, the family chain will link again. It has been exactly one year 30/05/2023 since you painfully left us. It was painful.

We wish to extend our sincere gratitude to our friends, colleagues and family for the immeasurable support afforded to our family.

Special thanks to Imara Friends Group, NCBA, Kipepeo Industries (Tawi Paints),ACK Cathedral – Nakuru, St. Mary’s Girls High School – Nakuru, ACK St. Peter’s Church – Ramula, the larger late James K.Wamalwa and Mrs. Louisa C.Wamalwa of Kitale. The entire larger Rev.Ainea Obiero family.

Greatly celebrated and fondly missed by father Jotham O. Obiero, your wife; Linda Chebet, your son; Dylan, your daughter; Brillian, your sisters; Fiona, Christine and Esther, your brothers-in-law; Ben,Vincent and Victor, uncles, nephews, nieces and friends.

The Anniversary/Thanksgiving will be done on 03/06/2023 at ACK St. Peter’s Church -Ramula, Siaya.

In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you will remain forever. Rest in Peace, Derra.


Paul Kipyegon Sigei (Senator)

1st Anniversary

It has been one year since we bid farewell to our beloved Paul Sigel (Senator), a cherished husband, father, brother, uncle, and friend to many. Paul’s impact in our lives was truly extraordinary, as he touched the hearts of countless individuals with his kindness, wisdom, and unwavering dedication.

On this solemn occasion, we take a moment to express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for the overwhelming support, love, and condolences we have received.

We especially extend our heartfelt appreciation to the pastoral team and members of Karen AGC, AIC Kamansim, AIC Elite, AIC Litein, and Bishop Rotich for their unwavering presence and compassionate support. We would also like to acknowledge the incredible assistance provided by the funeral organizing committees in Nairobi, Kamansim, and Kapkarin.Additionally, we express our sincere gratitude to UDM,Kenya Re, Five Star Phase 2 Residents, Kericho Governor Hon. Mutai, PPLC, Registrar of Political parties, Mr. P Oloo, ICDC ex-Staff, and Narok High Alumni for their remarkable support. While we may not have the opportunity to personally thank everyone, please accept our heartfelt gratitude.

Your comforting presence and acts of kindness have deeply touched our hearts, and your support is more appreciated than words can express.Thank you for standing with us during this difficult time. It is hard to forget someone who gave us so much to remember.

Forever in our hearts.