Christopher Wanyama Ouma (Mwana Sio)

First Anniversary

Sunset: 21st /11/2017

Tomorrow will be one year since you left us. As we mark the first anniversary on the Wednesday of 21st November, 2018, at Mufumu Village, Sio Port, Samia, Busia County, we appreciate the fact that death fundamentally alters patterns of lives. Not a day goes by without remembering you. Your life was a blessing and your memory a treasure.

You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure by your family members and friends.

In God’s arms you rested, in our hearts you remain forevermore.

Daddy, we loved  u but God loves you more.


Winfred Amwayi Chitolo Malala

1st Anniversary

Sunset: 26/02/1971 – Sunrise: 19/11/2017

A time like this one year ago (19th November, 2017; 10.00hrs) you closed your eyes and lights went off. The cruel hand of death snatched you from our midst.

It is still hard to accept that you are no longer with us, sometimes it feels like you left for work with the hope of returning. We thank God for the gift of your life. You physically departed from this world but your spirit lives on and continues to be increasingly cherished in our hearts.

Deeply missed by your loving husband, Richard Malala, sons, Victor Makonjio, Bill Okungu and Oscar Anangwe, your daughters Florah Ariri and Gloria Makokha, parents Methuselah and Roselidah Makonjio, siblings Robert, Lydia, Maggie, Betty, Caro and David Makonjio, your parents In law William and Patriciah Malala and brothers in law David, Charles, Pamela, George, Ruth, Moses and Nahashon Malala, co-wives Martha, Cathy, Irene, Valence and Joan Malala, cousins, nieces, nephews, Our Churches St. Luke’s and All Saints Mushililie ACK, all friends and relatives.

There will be a memorial and thanksgiving service to mark the first anniversary on 1st December 2018 from 10.00am at All Saints Mushililie ACK Church Makunga-Navakholo Sub County.

Revelation 14:13 Blessed are those who die in the Lord. They are blessed indeed, for they will rest from their hard work; for their good deeds follow them!

Paul (Popo) Ogutu

Thinking of you on the day you went away

Today, like many other days brings special thoughts of you, of happy times we shared and caring things you used to do. And once more, it’s a reminder that life’s road is sometimes rough because the time we shared just wasn’t long enough. For you were someone special, who was thought so highly of, who will always be remembered with affection, warmth and love. So sending thoughts to heaven on the day you went away and hope you know you are missed more than words could ever say.

You are dearly missed ja Uyundo by your loving mum Samburu Odede, family, relatives and friends.

Rest in heavenly bliss Popo.

Jeremiah Mlagwa Saakumi

7th Anniversary

1935 – 17/11/2011

Today 17th November 2018 marks exactly 7 years

Days have gone, months have passed and now its 7 years since you left us to be with your heavenly father.

Your love and dedication has made it easy for us to boldly face the world in your absence

We miss your love, laughter and smile, treasure every moment that God blessed us to spend with you. In our hearts you still live because once love never dies, it dwells in our hearts forever, perpetually nourishes and enriches our lives.

Fondly remembered by your beloved wife, Dorothy Wonge Mlagwa, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, in-laws, neighbors and friends.

In God’s arms you continue to rest, In our hearts you live forever.

Abner Hezekiah Ochieng

1st Memorial Anniversary

Sunrise 09.10.1931 – Sunset 17.11.2017

Not a single day passes that we do not think of that sad day you were called to be with the Lord one year ago today.

Despite your absence, we still have fond memories of your generous and loving spirit, love for family, strong work ethics, thoroughness, community development and your passion for farming and education.

While we know that you are gone, we trust in the Lord that you are in a better place and glad that you live in our hearts and deeds.

Lovingly missed and remembered by your adoring wife Gertrude Ochieng, your children Paddy, Debbie, George, Millicent, Mary, Fred and Julie, your grand children, as well as the wider family, congregation and friends.

To Nyikwa Okaka and all others who stood with us, we say a big thank you and may God bless you.

“For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in Him. 1 Thessalonians 4:14

Peter Mukhwana Wekesa, John Mulongo Wekesa & Andrew Khamala Wekesa

In Loving Memory

12th Dec. 1985 — 5th Nov. 2017 & 1st Oct. 1992 — 15th Jan. 2017  

One year on.

Nothing can ever take away the love a heart holds dear, fond memories linger every day. Remembrance keeps you near, looking back with memories upon the paths you trod. We cherish the hours we had with you and leave the rest to God.

Remembering you on this day, comforted by so many memories in our hearts for those who loved you. You will always be there, you are not forgotten nor will you be. No one can fill your vacant place.

It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone. For part of us went with you the day God called you home.

Although death has separated us physically, faith and love have bound us eternally. Though we cannot see and touch you, we know you are here though. We feel the warmth of your smiles, silent thoughts invoke secret tears and keeps your memories ever dear.

God took you home, it was his will but in our hearts you still live.

Fondly remembered and missed by your father Vincent Wekesa, mother Flora Wekesa, brother Victor Wekesa, In-laws, Aunties, Uncles, Cousins and friends. Forever we will treasure your great personality, witty sense of humour, unmatched generosity and infectious laughter.

A commemorative function will be held on Saturday, 24th November 2018 at 10.00am at the family home in Marula Village, Lugari Sub-County, Kakamega County.

Psalms 34:18 The Lord is close to those whose hearts are breaking; he rescues those who are humbly sorry.

Isaiah 41:10 Fear not, for I am with you. Do not be dismayed. I am your God. I will strengthen you; I will help you; I will uphold you with my victorious right hand.

Josphat Muiruri Kihanya

Thinking of you today and always

Today marks two years of that dark day that forever changed our lives

You may be physically gone but you are alive in our hearts every single day

In every conversation we hear you….never far from us.

Your unconditional love and values continue to guide us each day. It has been difficult without you but God’s grace has been sufficient. We cherish every moment spent with you. We miss you greatly and love you forever….

Until we meet again, rest in God’s presence….rest!

Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him.

Rada Waigumo Wambugu

9th Anniversary

1932 – Nov 15, 2009

Dear Mum, memories are precious possessions that time can never destroy. The years may pass but you still stay as near and dear as yesterday. Always so good, unselfish and kind, few on this earth her equal we find. Your smiles and pleasant face are a pleasure to recall. Those we love don’t go away but walk beside us every day. You are not forgotten dear Mother. Loved and remembered by us all.

Leah Wandia Mburu

Sunrise 1 July 1941: Sunset 13 November 2017

It has been one year since you left us, all too suddenly. The tears may have dried and been wiped away but the ache remains. We miss you, hearing your voice, your humour, your songs of praise and your prayers.

Your favourite armchair stands empty, it’s not the same anymore. On this day, we stop and reflect and thank our Lord for the blessing of you, for bringing us into this world, loving us, nurturing us and for the honour and joy to continue your legacy.

You are sorely missed by your children, grandchildren, stepchildren, in laws and the greater extended family who were blessed to call you daughter, Mum, sister and friend.

Church district prayers will be held on 13 November 2018 at her home. There will be an unveiling of the cross service on 22nd November 2018 at the graveside.

“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)

Elder Alexander Kibebe Kungu

1st Anniversary / Unveiling of the Cross

One year has passed since the fateful day you left us to be with God Almighty.

You are dearly missed by your dear wife, children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, relatives and friends.

Today we celebrate you. Words cannot express our feeling of losing you. We remember you everyday treasuring and finding comfort in our loving memories with you. Time will never erase your presence in our lives. You are beyond words and missed beyond measure. You left a legacy that will forever be cherished.

There will be a memorial service and unveiling of the cross which will be held on 24th November 2018 at our Handege home in Gatundu South. Ceremony begins at 12.00 noon.