Isaac Kimene Nabea

1st Anniversary /Appreciation

Dad, if we were to write a story it would be the greatest ever told of a kind and loving father, grandpa, brother, uncle and friend.

We could write a million pages but one thing we could say is we love and miss you every single day. It is one year dad since you were called to rest, we pray that your soul may continue to rest in eternal peace. We would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to all our friends who supported us financially and in prayer in our time of need. May the Good Lord bless you.

Dearly missed and fondly remembered by your children Estella, Michelle, Patrick and Esther, Mary, Judy and Mwangi, Dennis, grandchildren Victoria, Ngoki, Linda, Eric, Jason, Joy, Warimi, Jeremy, relatives and friends.

Peace, perfect peace. Till we meet again dad.

1 Peter 5:10

But may He the God of grace who called us to His eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after you have suffered a while, perfect, establish, strengthen, and settle you.

Alpha Wandera Bwire

18/09/1956 – 19/01/2010

Affectionately remembered by your family, relatives, colleagues and friends.

“Blessed are those who die in the Lord….for they will rest from their hard work; for their good deeds follow them.” Revelations 14:13

Peter Musyoka Munyoki

1st Anniversary Memorial / Unveiling of the Cross

Dad, remembering you is easy, we do it everyday. Missing you is a heartache that never goes away.

A noble man, selfless, loving, caring and kind are some of the memories we remember our dad. Your life a blessing, your memories a treasure. A candle may melt and its flame die but the love you gave us will always stay as a flame in our hearts.

Memories of your strong leadership and hard work motivates us to live according to your aspirations and values.

We love you beyond words, and miss you beyond measure. Dearly missed by your mum, wife, Children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, cousins, and all your wonderful friends & family. You will forever remain alive in our hearts and memories, Dad.

A Eternal Rest Continue to Grant Unto Peter O Lord and Let Perpetual Light Shine Over You.

Josephine A. Adwa

Sunset: 08/01/2013 – Burial: 21/01/2013

Seventh Anniversary / Celebration of Life Sleeping in Divine Hope

Always so good, unselfish and kind Few on this earth her equal we find. Honourable and upright in all her ways, Loyal and true to the end of her days. You are not forgotten, dear mother. God saw the road was getting rough And the hills were hard to climb, So he closed your weary eyelids And whispered, “Peace be thine.”

Seven years have passed since that sad day, When one we loved was called away. God took her home; it was His will, But in our hearts she liveth still.

Fondly missed by your family and friends. In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever. Amen

Ndugu Stephen Hanington Achieng

Remembering Dad

1937 – 18th January 2010

10 years ago you went to occupy the house you had been preparing while on earth to be with your Father in heaven.

Today you are remembered by your loving wife, Dada Consolata Awino, your brother Charles, your children Jenipher, Edward, Emily, Milton, Evelyn, Pauline, Philip and their families which have grown, your extended family and Co-workers in the ministry of Christ.

It has not been easy without your physical presence, but through the pain of missing you, we have each discovered strengths we did not know we had. Strengths that could only have been discovered through self reflection in your remembrance, your humble demeanor, humour, laughter, adherence to Christian values in all situations, and unconditional love for the whole family. This is what you taught us your children. Your love has continued to bind us together.

We continue to love and work with each other and learned to take care of your dear wife, our precious mother, Nyar Obis. We have learned to encourage and support each other in all situations. Dad, our family is still united as you always taught us through Psalms 133:1.Thank you for your love and sacrifice for us. We thank God for giving you to us. We know you watch over each one of us and are proud of who we have become. We bless the Lord because our separation with you is only temporary and we shall all soon meet again as our Lord and Savior Jesus promised, and we believe Him. God be with you our loving Dad, Amen.

Psalms 133:1….behold how good and how pleasant it is when brothers live in harmony.

Rev. Esther Waithera Kiarie

19th April, 1957 – 18th January, 2017

“If we live, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord.” – Romans 14:8

It’s been 3 years since God called you home, and we your husband – Joseph Kiarie; children – Rachel & Evans, Mark, Bella & Andy, KK & Tindi, & Charity; grandchildren – Tati, Gabriel, Zidi, Yunasi & Tendai; siblings; friends & family; and greater church family, have missed your physical presence with us. Nonetheless, we can attest to God’s goodness as He has been our comfort each day (Matthew 5:4).

We know your desire was for us to acknowledge that your death was more about your Saviour, than about yourself. You always belonged to God. Your life illustrated truths that deal with the most important decision one can ever make. We pray that our hearts would be filled with faith and not fear; that we would not dread death or see death as an escape from this life, but that we would more importantly acknowledge the death of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of our sins, hold fast onto our faith in God, and live our lives for Him. We look forward to being reunited with you in Heaven someday.

Justus Milimu

2nd Anniversary

To our beloved Justus.

You are missed daily and every day, you are that special person who meant to us more than anything else in the world.

Remembering you is easy but missing you is the most difficult part to bear.

From your family and friends you shall always be remembered loved and cherished.

Forever with us

Stephen Kerosi Makori

In Loving Memory / 3rd Anniversary

1964 – 2017  

Kerosi, it is now 3 years since you left us to be with the Lord. We thank God for the gift of your life. You physically departed from this world but your spirit lives on & continues to be increasingly cherished in our hearts. There is no single moment that goes by that you are not in various ways in our thoughts, minds & hearts.

As we celebrate your life today, we remember your love, kindness, generosity, integrity, discipline & focus on God which gave us strength to keep going on. Kerosi, we have taken comfort in the fact that you are & will always be watching over us. Fondly remembered by your Mother, Siblings, Relatives & Friends.

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

Prof Isaiah Masinde Tabu

3rd Year Anniversary-In Loving Memory

Sunrise: 1st January, 1960 – Sunset: 16th January 2017

Pleasant in manner, patient in pain, our loss is your eternal gain, your cheery ways and smiling face, are a pleasure to recall.

You had a kind word for everyone. You were loved by all.

Fondly missed by your wife Jane Masinde, children Pam, Mike, Butch and Jojo, Grandkids Faith, Merkel & Jane Favour, Siblings the Tabus, relatives, colleagues, church and friends.

Isaiah 57: 1 -2

Major Rtd. Bernard Ngugi Njoroge

In Loving Memory / 3rd Anniversary

As we look back over time, We find ourselves wondering. Did we remember to thank you enough for all you have done for us? For all the times you were by our sides to help and support us… To celebrate our successes, to understand our problems and accept our defeats? Or for teaching us by your example, the value of hard work, good judgment, courage and integrity? We wonder if we ever thanked you for the sacrifices you made to let us have the very best? And for the simple things like laughter, smiles and times we shared? If we forgot to show our gratitude enough for all the things you did, We’re thanking you now and we are hoping you knew all along, how much you meant to us.

Dearly missed by your Wife, Sons, Daughters-in-law and Grandchildren

John 11:25 I am the resurrection and the Iife. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die.