Milca Achieng Musira

1st Anniversary/Appreciation

 14/06/1953 – 14/05/2017

We have missed you every single second. It has been tough, but you raised us up so we can stand on mountains and walk on stormy seas, and to more than we can be. We continue to hang on to all your wisdom and teaching. We miss your telephone calls, checking on us.

We would like to appreciate all our friends and relatives who stood with us at the very difficult time last year. A very special thanks to St. Stephen’s ACK Cathedral, Kisumu; St. Stephen’s Widows’ Group and the Mothers’ Union; the Rt. Rev. (Dr) Bishop Francis Mwai Abiero; the Rt. Rev. Bishop Joshua Owiti; St. Andrews ACK Simenya, Ulumba ACK; Mamboleo/Riat Fellowship Group, Staff of Kisumu Boys High School, Staff Rae Girls High School: and the entire Kisumu Jalaram Academy fraternity.

Dearly missed, and forever in our hearts.

Mary Jegugu Denge (Tarifa)

2nd Anniversary

Days have turned into weeks, weeks into months and months to now two years since you left us. Your love, compassion, humility and kindness lives on forever

We love and miss you Mum, We wish you were here today, just to say these words to you, we love you in every way.

Lovingly remembered by Farifa, Wala, Inoni, Vero, Carlos, Lovi and the entire family.

Jane Nyakerario Onkundi & Albert Onkundi  Mogusu

In Loving Memory of our Parents

 1946 — 14/05/2017 & 1942 — 19/12/2008

It has been one year mum and 10 years Dad since you left us and it still  feels like yesterday. Your memories are still very fresh in our hearts each and every day.

Missed greatly by your children Irene and Isaac Osiemo, John and Helen Keronche, Douglas and Rose Obiri, Maxwell and Catherine Bosire, Silas and Anastacia Ontiri and all your grandchildren.

Evans Kagera Mundia

In Loving Memory

It has been 1 year since you departed from us. Your spirit lives among us every day.

We have kept you alive in our hearts, thoughts, conversations and action.

You were our pillar of strength on axis upon which our lives resolved and the gap you left can never be filled.

Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasurer. Your love beyond words and missed beyond measures.

Forever cherished by your dear wife Rose Nyakwea, your children Wanyeki, Gitahi, Mundia and Wangui grandchildren and friends.

In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever.

Aurelia Ngure

In Memory/Appreciation

One year ago on Mother’s Day, the Lord took our lovely Mother, home leaving us with beautiful memories that we will forever cherish of an amazing Mum, Sister, Sister-in-law, Aunt, Grandma, neighbour & friend.

On this first anniversary, we would like to say a very special thank you to you who stood with us during Mum’s long hospitalization. For praying with her & for her, for visiting her, visiting our home, attending her funeral, and for your very generous contributions to clear her huge hospital bill.

Special mention goes out to the Committee’s led by Mr. Kimani Kangethe & Mr. Stephen Kingara. The Clergy, Rev. Nduati (ACK Thika Memorial), Psts. Paul Wegulo & Gilbert Thumbi (Calvary Chapel, Thika), the Fund Raising Committee led by Lillian Kihara & Charity Maina.

May God abundantly bless all of you.

In God’s hands…across the bridge, our Mum rests. We give God the glory.

Lt. Kennedy Opiyo Okeyo

1st Anniversary/In Loving Memory

One year ago on the night of 13th May 2017 you suddenly left. We were devastated for days trying to get over the ifs, the whys and the guilt that we were not there to help you at your hour of need.

If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, we could have walked right up there and brought you back home. It has been hard going on but we don’t have a choice. We miss you every minute of every day. A deep sense of loss remains in our hearts. The separation really hurt us. But we believe God had a reason for taking you. We are hopeful that we will see you again. Unto death. we wish you peace and light in your travels ever after.

Dearly missed by Dad, Mum, Brothers, Sisters, relatives. Colleagues and friends.

Ken, your life, though short, has memories that will be engraved in our hearts.

Rest in peace till we meet again at Jesus feet.

Rev. Fr. Giuliano Gorini IMC

2nd Anniversary

Sunrise: 9th May 1935 – Sunset: 8th May 2016

Dear Fr. Gorini, it is now exactly two years since you took your final rest. The will of God who you served for all of your life was done and your precious memories live with us in our hearts.

Fondly remembered by all your students and teachers over your teaching years in Kenya, your Consolata Confreres and Sisters, your relatives and friends of Faenza, Italy and all the people who knew you.

There will be a Memorial Mass, prize giving ceremony and luncheon towards School Bus Project at Mary Mother of Grace Boys Secondary School, Rumuruti on Saturday 12th May 2018 at 9.30am.

Rest in Peace.

Samuel Kahiga Muigai

10 years have passed since you departed from us. Your spirit still lives among us every day. We’ve kept you alive in our hearts, thoughts, conversations and actions. You were our pillar of strength an axis upon which our lives resolved and the gap you left can never be filled. Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.

Forever cherished by your dear wife Margaret, your children Liz, Penny, Esther, Carolle and James: grandchildren; extended family and friends.

In Gods Hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever.

Theodore Oguma Oketch & Jerusha Akinyi Oketch

In Loving Memory

Those we love remain with us for love itself lives on and cherished memories never fade because a loved one gone. Those we love can never be more than a thought apart for as long as there is memory, they’ll live on in the heart.

John 11:25-26 Jesus said I am the resurrection. Anyone who believes in me, even though that person dies, will live, and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.

Sadly missed by your children Vicky, Emma and Angie, family and friends

Joel Olesaaya

 In Loving Memory/8th Anniversary

1938 – 9/05/2010

It has been 8 years since you left us for your Heavenly abode. A deep sense of loss remains in our hearts. Though physically gone, your presence has never left us as we hold dearly onto the values and virtues that you taught us.

Fondly remembered by your wives, children, grandchildren, relatives and friends.

There will be a Thanksgiving service at the family home in Ng’ambo Location, Marigat Sub-county on 12th May, 2018 as at 10.00am. All are welcome.

1 Psalms 116.11 Precious in the sight of the Lord is the  death of his Saints.