Joan Wothaya Kariuki and Jedidah Wanja Kariuki

5th Anniversary

Wherever a beautiful soul has been, there is a trail of beautiful memories.

 

In life, we loved you, In death we love you still, In our hearts you hold a place no one could ever fill.

 

Dearly missed by parents Robert and Tabitha Kariuki, sisters Jacqueline and Flora Kariuki, entire family and friends.

Ruth Kamengele Waki

In Loving Memory

The things we feel most deeply, are the hardest things to say. It’s been four years since you found release from daily cares.

To different people you were a different being, a wife, mother, daughter, sister, relative, friend and in each of our hearts you remain forever loved by kin and friends.

Fondly remembered by your beloved husband Justice Philip Waki, your children Dr Tele, Sheila, Nzau, Mary, Nzisa, Sila, Amandla, Akinyi, James Mark, grandchildren Philip and Jeremy, Your Mum, Sisters, Brothers, Relatives and friends.

 

 

Elijah Nandi Chikamai (ENC)

1st Anniversary

(1928 — 08/04/2016)

It is exactly one year today since you left us to be with the Almighty GOD. Over this time, we have found comfort and, strength in knowing that you are watching over us.

Every day, strong memories of your love, generosity, kindness, and wisdom linger on in our hearts and minds, encouraging us to move on.

Papa, we believe that you are with the LORD and will forever be in our hearts. You are dearly missed and fondly remembered by your family, relatives, and friends.

 “Papa, Rest in Eternal Peace… Till We Meet Again, Amen”

Mwalimu Lucy Wambui Mwaura (R.B)

 

In Loving Memory – 9th Anniversary

Mum, 9 years ago you left us and went to be with the Lord,

We sit and ponder how very much we would like to talk with you today,

There are so many things we didn’t get to say,

We know how much you cared for us.

You brought endless sunshine until you went away, but your place was ready in heaven far above….

 

And you had to leave behind all those you dearly loved,

And though you have walked Heaven’s doors, we are never apart because you are in our hearts.

Oh how we wish you were here today, To see all the blessings that God has given us,

But we know somehow you are guiding our paths.

You were a best friend and confidant,

And you completed our soul,

And life without you mum feels incomplete,

Without a goal,

But we know you are by God’s side, for there is no better place to be.

All we can say is “We had a wonderful mum whose heart was solid gold”.

Fondly missed by your Husband, Children, Grandchildren, Relatives and Friends.

“Those we love never die, they live beside us everyday”.

Keep watching over us dear Mum.

Christopher Mark Poole

In Memoriam

The years may pass but still you stay: As near and dear as yesterday Dad, Michael and Judy-Anne.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Perpetua Wanjiru Macharia

11th Anniversary

In our hearts your memory lingers, sweetly, tender, fond and trues. There is not a day, dear that we do not think of you. Your life remains a blessing your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words, and missed beyond measure. Those we love do not go away, they walk beside us everyday, unseen, unheard, but always near. Those who loved you are thinking of you today. May the Almighty Lord bless you and keep you by His side in eternity.

Fondly remembered by your loving husband Eng. Simeon Macharia, your children: the late Maina & Anne, Wanjiku, Kamunya, King’ori & Rosebell, Gathoni, Nyambura & James. Your grandchildren: Ailisha, Kirema, Martin, Tyra Mai, Jerome, Kimani, Kirema & Malaika and also your relatives and friends.

Memorial Mass will be held at St. Austin’s Church on Friday 28th April 2017 at 3pm and thereafter there will be her Biography book launch.

For God so loved the world that He gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but may have eternal life. John 3:16

 

George Mwangi Muhia

1st Anniversary and Unveiling of the Cross

1934 – April 7th, 2016

It is now one year since you left us to be with the Lord.

We are grateful to God for the time we spent together.

Your forthrightness, faith in God and humble spirit lives forever in our hearts.

Thank you Dad for your selfless sacrifices, kindness,

words of wisdom and enduring love for us.

You were indeed a blessing and a hero to us, we shall treasure you always.

Fondly missed by your wife, children, relatives and friends.

There will be a Memorial Service and Unveiling of the Cross at PCEA Kiambururu Church on Friday April 7th 2017 at 1pm.

“Till we meet again Dad….You shall forever be engraved in our hearts”

 

 

 

 

John Paul Shikunyi Mandu

Third Anniversary

Three years have passed since you left;

you have left us precious memories.

Your Love is still our Guide, and though we cannot see you, you are always at our side.

In life we loved you deeply; in death we love you dearly.

In our hearts you hold a place, no one can ever replace.

We miss your Love, your smile, your thoughtful ways and with you we spent our happiest days.

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

Dearly treasured by your Wife Monica, Children, Grandchildren and Great Grand children.

Rest in eternal peace daddy.

 

Paul Gathecha Kigwe

In Loving Memory / 13th Anniversary

We all have special memories in our hearts, of how great you were as a husband, father and grandfather. You were truly a family man and above all, a gentle, caring and kind father. You were very thoughtful, honest and a man of strong principles. Your loss taught us many things and now we face each day with hope and happy memories. Your influence still guides us and is deeply rooted in our hearts.

Dad, you taught us to share in your many interests and passions. You also encouraged us to think big, spreading your desire to explore new ideas and horizons. Your love of education and entrepreneurship opened our eyes to an exciting world. Dad, be proud for all that you did for us, for all the kindness and love that you showed us, for teaching us all that we know and for giving us all the support we needed. You have remained the source of our inspiration, playing a major role in developing our perspectives.

Dad, you were a man like no other. Your life example set a high standard for us to live up to. You nurtured us, taught us, fought for us, held us and most importantly, loved us unconditionally. There are not enough words we can say to describe just how important you were to us and what a powerful influence you continue to be…We Love you Dad. Your values and principles will continue through us all; for that we are all eternally thankful.

We miss your consistent, unconditional support and encouragement. You offered a firm foundation through all the storms of life. And now, we hold onto those memories in times of stress and strife. What we shared will never die; it lives within our hearts, bringing strength and comfort while we are apart. The fact that you are no longer here will always cause us pain, but you are forever in our hearts until we meet again.

Fondly remembered by your; loving wife Petty Wanjiku.

Children: Dr Diana Wanjiru, Charles Kigwe, Brenda Wanjiru, Belinda Wambui, Kennedy Karanja and Eng Franklin Waiganjo.

Grandchildren: Ashley Wanjiku, Isabel Kigwe, Tasmia Wanjiku, Paul Gathecha, Tyra Njahira, Rose Muthoni, Dylan Gathecha, Tamara Wanjiru, Lamont Kigwe and Violet Nduta.

Great Grandchildren: Kenya Njahira and Malaika Wanjiru.

 

Till we meet again, may your soul forever REST IN PEACE, Amen!

 

Brian Mwangi Ndereba

2nd Anniversary

Today marks two years since the passing on of our son, brother and friend. Dearly missed by dad James, mum Angela, Ann & Mike, Kevin & Jess and Alex, family and friends. The Lord Continues to uphold us with His Righteous Right Hand in our new reality. Every day in some way brings memories of `Mwas’.

Though absent in the body, he is always near, still missed, loved and always dear.

There are special people in our lives who never leave us, even after they are gone.

 

`Mwas’ was one.

“Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you re with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.” Psalm 23:4 (NIV)