Timothy Ogallo Kegode Aridi

In Loving Memory

Sunrise: 18.08.2000 – 27.03.2018

Tim, it is two years since God called you to your heavenly home after a brave battle against Lupus.

Dearly missed by your loving parents Eric and Maria, your loving sisters Vicky and Angie, your friends and relatives.

The family will hold prayers today, 27th March, 2020.

In God’s Hands you rest, In our hearts you remain forever.


Violet Wairimu Mungatana

In Loving Memory

One year ago, you departed from this world. There is not a day that has gone by without us thinking of you. Some moments have been extremely low as we have tried to understand why you had to leave us. At other moments, we have remembered that you had been unwell and that perhaps you needed to rest.

From Elsie, Warren and Gabby; we deeply miss you mum. We are still lost a year after your departure and while we know that the void left by a loving mom can never be filled, we are grateful that dad has been our anchor in many ways.

From Mom and Penny; we have only been able to rise daily in the knowledge that you are in a better place with the Lord; that you no longer feel the pain and the uncertainties of this life. We soldier on greatly comforted by the knowledge that we were very lucky to have you.

We deeply appreciate all the support from our families and friends including the Kogi family, Mungatana family, Chege family, Mugambi family, Mary (mama Kirundi) family and all the dedicated friends who travelled to Ngao with us to lay Violet to rest. We would also like to thank Violet’s work colleagues, Nairobi Primary School Alumni (Class of ’86), Kenya High School alumni (Class of 1990), University of Nairobi Law School Alumni (Class of 1996), Parklands Baptist Church – North Gate, friends and neighbours at Edenville Kiambu, CITAM Church ,AIC Church in Ngao as well as CCI Church in South Bend, USA. Please receive all our immense gratitude for the incredible support you extended towards us.

For we love you, you will never truly leave us. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.


James Allen Mokogi

The family of the late James Allen Mokogi, led by mama Jemimah Mokogi wishes to thank all individuals, friends, colleagues, funeral committees, churches and organisations for the support, kind gestures and expressions of sympathy following the loss of our Patriarch. You made our loss bearable and for this please accept our deepest appreciation.

A special word of Thanks to Dr Majid Warshow, Dr. Sheikh and their team.

Dad left a gap that’s hard to fill but he prepared us well to walk in his footsteps.

It has been a hard one year since his demise. We dearly miss him.”

Lorna Benta Ouko  

In Loving Memory

Mama thank you for the love, knowledge, skills and character that you imparted in us your children. We are able to face life challenges with courage, remain focused, keep the faith and impact lives today as we celebrate your life.

Fondly remembered by the Ouko children, grand children, great grandchildren, relatives and friends.

Forever in our hearts.

Clare Lwali

In Memoriam

One year later, the sadness of your departure refuses to fade. We deeply miss your love, energy, compassion and presence. One year later, we know you’re with our Precious Lord as you always wanted to be. You remain forever loved, forever in our memories. We Miss You Clare


Samuel Mwaura Ndung’u (Maadili)

Forever in our Hearts – 1St Anniversary

Tomorrow marks one year since you left us. Your memories are still fresh in our minds but strong because God’s comfort has continued to encourage us knowing that you are in a better place.

Forever you are always remembered by your loving wife Roseline Mwaura, your children Margaret, Alexpeter, and Abigail. Your brothers, Sisters, relatives, friends and the whole Maadili Junior School fraternity.

We are forever grateful to everyone who supported us and made your home going remarkable celebration in Christ. We are deeply indebted to our extended families, the entire Divine Mercy Catholic Church Kenyatta Rd Juja, Thika Sports club, Nguzo Thabiti, Alumni Kisii Teacher college and all friends who stood with us.

As we learn to live without you, we are encouraged to know you are in better place and one day we shall meet.

The family and will hold 1st anniversary service on 21st Saturday March at graveside Gathugu Gatundu North.

Continue resting in peace Sam till we meet again


Moses Okumu Maima

1st Anniversary

 3/29/1968 – 3/20/2019

“Hold me in your thoughts, take me to your dreams, Touch me as I fall into view, And I will be right next to you, Keep me in your heart for a while” Warren Zevon

This 1 year memorial we pay tribute to your life and the inimitable impact you had on your children, family, friends and work colleagues.

We remember you: your kindness, love, charm, patience, laugh and your many varied interests especially r love of music and politics.

We recognize the harder times we went through and the meaning of unconditional love and forgiveness.

What we have learned after your passing is that our spirit is strong and resilient, that our family and community are compassionate, and, finally that there are many in need themselves of a kind word or gesture.

We thank everyone who helped us then and continues to do so. Moses, we salute your own spirit: to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness!

The family of Moses Maima.

Kenneth Kimari Kahura

9th Anniversary / In Loving Memory

1937-21st March 2011

We still miss those who we loved, who are no longer with us but we are grateful for having loved them. The gratitude has finally conquered the loss.

We, your wife, children, grandchildren and friends remember you today, as everyday.

David Kitheka Mulinge

Remembered Always

David Kitheka Mulinge walked through heaven’s door on 20th March 2019. Today painfully marks one year since you crossed over to eternity. It still feels like it all happened yesterday.T he gaping hole remains, the tears still flow but the love bounds. As we thank the almighty God for each and every precious moment we had with you. No one knows the heartache that lies behind our smiles but every day that passes by we realise that in grieving we do not heal from that pain of having lost you. We have learned to live one day at a time. As we pray that you continue to rest in peace.

Fondly and affectionately remembered by your wife Beth, Son Jesse, ln-law Eunice Mwanthi, brothers and sisters James, Peter, Patrick, Esther, Tabitha, Joyce, Elizabeth, Carol and Ann. Many Nephews and Nieces Sherrell, Jerome, Lauren, Cynthia, Annette, Joan, Allan, Anne, Hon. Robert Mbui, Dolly, Joshua, Timothy, Jackson, Dickson, Carol, Jimmy, Irene, Ndila, Bonnie, Mulandi, Kimeu, Emily, Nthenya, Meshack, Alex, Trizza, Meli, Sarah, Kakai, Mutave, Mwikali, Mukami, and Jackson, Aunties, Cousins, and endless list of friends and relatives.

Jeremiah 31:1 ‘I will turn their mourning into gladness; I will give them comfort and joy instead of sorrow’.

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

Denis Moshi Adari

Always in our hearts with love.