Renny Maina Mwangi

In Loving Memory / 2nd Anniversary

Dearest Maina,

Your memory grows stronger with every passing year.

We wish we could have said goodbye, when you left, told you, you were our hero, and that you are the best.

Tears we cry wishing that you were here with us.

The years don’t make it easier, they said the pain would go but it seems we just got better, in not letting our feelings show and thank God for the years we shared together.

Dearly loved and missed by your wife Jane, your children Mwangi, Debbie, your siblings, relatives, in-laws and friends.

Eternal rest grant unto Maina, Oh Lord and may perpetual light shine upon him, may he rest in peace. Amen

John 1 1:25: Jesus said, l am the resurrection and the life he who believes in me will live even though he dies….

Ann Margaret Kwamboka Machani

1st Anniversary

20/05/1978 – 22/07/2016

It is a year since you left us quietly to be with the Lord. Although you are gone, your presence is still strongly felt.

You will always be fondly remembered and cherished by your loving dad and mum, beloved sons, siblings, nieces and nephews and all relatives and friends.

We continue to give thanks to al who gave support to the family.

The unveiling of the cross will be done on Saturday 22nd July 2017 at 11.00am at the graveside. Mass will be offered at the family home in Karen at 12noon.


Psalms 135:5-6

Alhaji Zulfikar Khimji

13th Anniversary

(Died on July 18, 2004)

It is 13 years since you tragically and painfully left us for the hereafter.

We remember you as a wonderful gift from God, our pillar of strength.

We deeply cherish your memories of love,

Dedication, kindlness, wisdom and generosity which will

remain a guiding light to us.

As a leader, a husband, as a father, as a brother, as an uncle, as an employer,

as a friend and for everything you were physically

and still are in our hearts, we miss you dearly.




Joash M Odingo & Monica O. Odingo

July 21st 1987 & July 21st 2016

Since you will never be forgotten, we celebrate you today and a hallowed place within our hearts is where you will always stay.

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


James Kamau Njoroge (Warahab)

Born: 1952 – Died: 23rd July 2016

Time speeds on and now one year has passed since death cast its gloom and shadow within our home and took from us our shining light, but our memories of you are a gift to treasure; you were our pillar of strength, your wisdom and generosity will remain our guiding light. Our tears freely flow knowing that you were a father whose worth can never be told. The void you left is huge but God has lifted us to a place of comfort, peace, strength and your spirit lives within us knowing that there can never be another one like you in our hearts. We hold dearly to the virtues, values and guidance that you bestowed upon all of us.

We wish to express our gratitude to our many loving relatives, friends, neighbours, in laws, clergy and well wishers who stood and continue to stand with us. We were overwhelmed by your love, kindness, prayers, moral and financial support. Special thanks to Fr. In-charge Riara Parish Fr. Muroki and Fr. Mbuthi together with Fathers; Kimani,Wanyoike, Gichuru, Jude, Simon, Mbugua,Wachege, Kiongo, Kiritu and Karomo who celebrated mass with us every day. The Aghakhan Hospital led by Dr. Ngunga, Club 300, HQ Fraternity and Kiambu Business Community.

Dad, you are fondly missed by your wife Rose, Children Regina, Njoroge & Waceke and Triza Robin,Your Parents Cucu & Guka, Sisters, grand children, family and your many friends and business associates. Join us celebrate his memorial service which will be held at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church Kanunga at 9.00 am on Sunday 23rd July 2017.

May your Soul continue resting in peace and in our hearts you live forever. Amen

A rare gem you were (Psalms 23)

Eliud Ndung’u Wainaina

Three years ago the lord called you to his glory, for us it seems like yesterday.We thank you for the legacy you left us with. We remember you for the great example you gave as a parent, grandfather,uncle and as a friend. Forever we shall remain grateful for your affection and unconditional love.Deeply missed by your children: David Wainaina, Hanah Mwihaki Kibiru, Douglas Waruingi, John Njoroge, Charles Mbugua,

Joyce Waruguru and Walter Kimani. You are fondly and eternally remembered by all your grandchildren. Many relatives and friends miss you, as well as thousands  upon thousands on all  whom you had a positive impact in their lives.

Unveiling of the grave will be on Sunday 23rd July 2017 at Muthurwa

May God keep you even closer to Him.

Shawn Justus Ayal

 25/5/2009 – 20/7/2016

1st Anniversary

Today marks one long and painful year since you sadly went into deep sleep.

Losing you was the hardest thing to accept but remembering you is the easiest thing to do. We do it everyday. Missing you is the heartache that never goes away. Your memory is our keepsake with which we will never part. God has you in His keeping but we have you in our hearts. Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasurer, your smile a therapy. You’re loved beyond words and missed beyond measure, to God we give thanks.

Fondly remembered by your Dad Mathew Ayal, Mum Betty Ayal, brothers Gad and Henry Ayal, Your Grandpa Hon Charles Kowy, Grandma Mary, Uncles, Aunties, Cousins, Classmates and Friends.

Sleep Well “Shawny Mummy” Mr President.  

Prof. Wilson Otieno Ogola

Made It Home

I just wanted to let you all know that I made it home

The journey wasn’t an easy one but it

didn’t take too long

Everything is so pretty here, So white, So new I wish that

you all, could close your eyes, and that you,

could see it too

Please try not to be sad for me, Try to understand, God is

taking care of me,

I’m in the shelter of His arms

Here, there’s no sadness, No sorrow, No pain, Here, there’s

no crying, I’ll never hurt again

Here, it is,so-peacefal; whtn all the angels sing, really

have to go for now, I’ve just got to try my wings

Dad, as much as a mourning, your death is a celebration, because you made our lives nothing short of one.

There will be a memorial service on 22/07/2017 at his ancestral home, Pith Nyadundo-Migori County All are welcome.

Peter Kamau Ndung’u

2 year Memorial

Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved so much and missed beyond measure. You may be gone from our sight but are forever in our hearts.

Our hearts still ache with sadness and many tears still flow. We hold you close within our hearts and there you will remain to walk with us throughout our lives until we meet again.

Greatly missed by your loving wife Anne Kamau, daughters Stacey Njeri and Chantal Thira, son, Nicholas Ndung’u, your parents, siblings, relatives and friends.

“In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, Lord, make me dwell in safety.”

Psalm 4:8 NIV

Mzee Peter Owori

1st Anniversary

One year ago, you left us on your heavenly  journey which we all must do one day. While we dearly miss your presence, we are so grateful that you brought us up strictly and instilled valuable lessons in our lives that are still so fresh in our memories even now.

Your sudden departure has taught us life will come to an end one day, and we should stand firmly on what is right and face the future with confidence because of the assurance that God will never leave us nor forsake us.

Your love and very wise counsel will forever remain in our hearts, and we will treasure the memories we had together.

Please join us for a Memorial Mass Service honouring Mzee Peter Owori & Phylis Owori on Saturday 22nd July 2017, at Owori’s home at Mabusi Scheme  Likuyani Sub County, Kakamega County.