Inspector of police Martine Gilbert Otaa  

1st Anniversary

It is one year now Daddy, we sadly miss you; your larger than life presence and command. We quietly remember you every day while you are no longer in our homes, you’re always there.

When things get tough. We always hear your voice of encouragement and are inspired by how you overcame challenges during your life time.

Remembered by your beloved wife madam Susan Otaa, sons; Thomas Otaa, Ephantus Otaa. Daughters; Nancy, Constance lnyokorit and Victorine Akacho. Daughters in law; Esther and Jane. Sisters -in- laws; Caren, Janet Jerotich. Your beloved Brothers; Maurice, Ronald and Antony and Friends. We celebrate your 1st Anniversary Daddy.

“When a great man dies, for years the light he leaves behind him, lies on the path of men”

Dr. Mary Chepkite Lopokoiyit

Deep in our hearts you will always stay Loved and missed every day

Greatly missed by your loving family, parents, siblings and friends.

Always in Our Hearts

Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us, everyday unseen, unheard but always near.

Noah K. Mwau (Mwalimu)

1st Anniversary/In Loving Memory

Those that we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day.

Today marks the 1st Anniversary since your sudden departure, with no hope of returning. You were a true inspiration.

Your legacy lives on. Dearly missed by your children, relatives and friends


John Kariuki Karago

2nd Anniversary /Appreciation


It is two years since you left us and went to be with the Lord. Your love and the sparkle of life that you brought out in each one of us will never dim.

We will always be grateful for the wonderful and blessed life that God allowed us to share.

You are fondly remembered by your wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. We also take this opportunity to sincerely thank everyone who took time to mourn, condole and pray with us following the demise of our beloved Dad.

Special mention to the Nairobi Hospital, Dr P Ngugi, Dr. Muhindi and Dr. Kanyi. A.I.C. Ereteti, committees in Nairobi and Kiserian, family, friends and our neighbours.

A special thank you to, our Mother and James Gitonga Wanjiru who nursed Dad to his rest. As we are not able to reach all of you in person, please accept this message as an expression of our deepest gratitude.

God Bless You All.

In all things, we give glory.

Zibarras Michael

In Loving Memory

In memory of our loving brother who left us so tragically Fifty Years ago on 21st July, 1969.

“What the heart has once owned and had, it shall never lose”.

Deeply missed by Kelly, Jimmy, Kathy, George and Families.

Jeremy Kiwinda Masila

To Remember Jeremy

Two years back, little Jeremy, the angels gathered around and took you to our Father.

Today, our hearts linger with memories of the beautiful moments of laughter, hearing your voice, a gentle love struck us which seemed forever to stay.

It was through life, that we were blessed with amazing gift of you and despite the distance today.

Greatly missed by entire family.

Always loved, forever missed, Never forgotten.

Mathew 28:20 Surely am with you till the very end of the age.

Josphine Njeri Gatembu

6th Anniversary/In Loving Memory

It is exactly six years now since you left us Your life was a blessing

Your memory a treasure You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.

You are greatly missed by dad, mum, sisters, brothers and cousins.

We thank God for the time we spent with you, in our hearts you live forever

`Love leaves a memory no one can seal, you were our best ever and God’s best.’

Priska Akelo Ong’udi

1st Anniversary

Rested: 19th July, 2018 

It’s exactly a year since you left us and went to be with the Lord… Although it was difficult to look beyond the sorrow… looking back at the memories comforts us everyday. Mama, you loved us and you knew we loved you too. Your teachings, love and concerns shall be carried by us for the rest of our lives. Sadly missed and quietly remembered everyday. Mama, you are no longer in our life to share but in our hearts you will always remain.

Mama, you will be fondly remembered by your children George Ong’udi, scholastica Ajode, and Jennifer Okottah; Sons/daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

Continue Resting in Peace Nyakusa/Nyondoro/Otiya


Patrice Edward Lumumba Olubendi

Sunrise: 07/03/1961 – Sunset: 19/07/2018

The song is ended, but the melody lingers on.. “God saw an empty place in the Garden And when He saw your tired face He put His arms around you and lifted you to rest in the garden He knew that you were suffering and in pain He knew you would never get well on earth again He saw the road getting rough and the hills harder to climb So He closed your weary eyes and whispered “Peace be thine” It broke our hearts to lose you the day God called you home But your memory lives on in our hearts.

We, the Family of the late Patrice Edward Lumumba Olubendi, wish to express our immense gratitude and appreciation for the overwhelming support, prayers and messages of comfort we received during the hospitalization and eventual demise of our beloved Patrice exactly a year ago today. We remain grateful to the Almighty God for the years He gave us with him and hold dear the immense impact that he made in our lives.

We extend our deepest gratitude to both our Kisa and Gem families, In-laws, Friends, Relatives, Neighbours, Colleagues and innumerable well-wishers who visited and condoled with us in Nairobi and Kakamega. The Nairobi and Kakamega Organizing Committees were meticulous and deeply committed. We shall remain indebted to them for the successful Funds Drive and the well -coordinated Funeral Arrangements that culminated in the dignified send- off for Patrice.

Our gratitude and recognition extend to the Bishop of Butere Diocese represented by Rev. Brown Mujete, Mulwanda Deanery, St. Mathews, ACK Church, Mundoli Parish, Mothers Union & Choir and of All Saints Cathedral, led by Rev. Josephine Ngahu, the All Saints Cathedral Folding Ministry, for the superb church services in Kakamega and Nairobi respectively.

We extend special acknowledgment to: AAR doctors and nursing staff, Kenya Railways Veterans, Bharatwalla Family, JICA family in Kenya & Japan, RTI International, and MCs El samma, Jangima, Obingo & Oyombe.

As we are not able to reach all of you in person, please accept this message as an expression of our deepest gratitude. God Bless You all!

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

Kimani Roki Waithaka

Dearest Dad,

Words cannot express the utmost sorrow that flickers in our hearts each and every day since you departed and transitioned into the other world eleven years ago.

Beloved Dad, you were always a gem in our lives. Your love, selflessness, kindness, and generosity towards your offspring is enthralled in our existence. Forever, you will remain in our hearts, loved, cherished, and treasured. You were the greatest Father in the entire galaxy.

While you are not here with us on Earth, we feel your spirit every day. We pray that the Almighty God sends peace and light to your soul.

May you repose in perfect peace till we are reunited again. Until then, rest peacefully Dad.