Charles Ken Ruirie Njeru (C.K)

10th Anniversary & Unveiling of the Cross

Sunset: 20/02/2007

Today marks 10 years since our good Lord called you home. Many changes have occurred in our lives but one thing that has remained constant is that special place you hold in our hearts.

Your words of wisdom and hearty laughter, your love for God, discipline and hard work and your love for the finer things in life have continued to be our guiding motto.

Although we (Nancy, Christine, Kevin, Family and Friends) miss you dearly, we thank God for the time He allowed us to spend with you.

A service of unveiling of the cross will be held on Saturday 25th February 2017 at his home in Kiriko, Kirinyaga.

Lucy Kanyua Kathurima Miriti

In Loving Memory/7th Anniversary

A Loving Wife, a Mother and a very dear Friend; Loved by all. Her soul is at rest with the Lord Almighty. A child of God. She definitely was the Best.

“Alone, you go faster, but together we go further.” These past seven years have been quite a journey. Our solace comes from our Merciful Lord as He has allowed us to walk together in spirit and learnt from your quiet counsel. Through your intercession and prayers, we are always together. Your silent whispers of kind words of wisdom continue strengthening us. We remember you every day in our prayers.

Forever cherished by your family, relatives, friends and all those whom you touched their lives.

May your soul rest in the Everlasting Peace of our Lord

“Those we love don’t go away,

They walk beside us even’ day,

Unseen, unheard, but always near,

Still loved, still missed and very dear.”

– Intercede for us-




Maureen and Charles Muriithi

In Loving Memory

February 2015

Gone are the faces we loved so dear,

Silent are the voices we loved to hear,

Too far away for sight or speech,

But not too far for thought to reach,

Sweet to remember them who once were here,

And who, though absent, are just as dear

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

John Sawe Arap Sitienei

2nd Anniversary

It is two years on since that sad day, sleep o n Daddy

And take thy rest. We miss you each day.

Though the lonely heartache and silent tears, you are not forgotten father, nor shall you ever be.

As long as life and memory last,

Yours is an everlasting memory and forever we shall remember thee.

Dearly missed by your children, Ruth Metet, Grace Korir, Sammy Sawe, daughter in law Jeniffer Sawe, sons in law Alex Metet, and Stanley Korir, grandchildren and great grand children.

“Dad, in God’s hands you rest and in our hearts you will remain forever”

If we live, we live for the Lord and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord” Romans 14:8

Peris Kemunto Chweya


They says there is a reason, They say that time will heal,

But neither time nor reason, will change the way we feel,

For no one knows the heartache, that lies behind our smiles,

No one knows how many times we have broken down and cried.

We want to tell you something so there won’t be any doubt,

You’re so wonderful to think of, so hard to be without.

The family of the late Peris Kemunto Chweya would like to express our thanks and appreciation to all our relatives, friends and well-wishers who surrounded us with their love and sympathy during our period of bereavement. We were deeply touched by the numerous calls, visits, prayers and words of encouragement. Your acts of kindness and generosity made our burden more bearable. We thank you from the depth of our hearts.

Oh death where is your victory, oh death where is your sting!’ 1st Corinthians 15:55




James Mburu Gicheru

10th Anniversary

Little did we know that morning 10 years ago, God was going to call your name.

In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same.

It broke our hearts to lose you. But you left us peaceful memories, your love is still our guide. And though we cannot see you, you are always by our side.

As God leads us on, the family

Chain links on, albeit stronger

Fondly remembered by your wife Esther, Mother Nduta, children, grand children, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and friends.


Mzee Joseph Kiroken Ole Mpoke

Unveiling of the Cross

 Dad its a year since you waved a sudden goodbye.

Our hearts still ache with sadness and secret tears still flowing. No one understands what it means to lose you!

While we fondly miss your presence, we continue to carry proudly the marks of your

impact on our lives.

To all those who stood by us and continue to do so, please accept our heartfelt gratitude. May our good Lord bless you abundantly

Dearly missed by Mama, Sons & Daughters, Loving Grandchildren, Relatives and Friends.

“He and all his family were devout and God-fearing, he gave generously to

those in need and prayed to God regularly” Acts 10:2.

Sara Wanjiru Wambugu

Forever in Our Hearts

21st Anniversary

Fondly remembered by Clement Wambugu, Michael Gichuki, Florence Wabaiya, Robert Mbuggus (USA), family and friends.


Zipporah Moronge

2nd anniversary

In Memory of a Loved One

To lose someone we loved so much brings pain beyond belief. There are no words to ease the pain, the sadness and the grief.

We feel we have lost someone so close, so wonderful and dear.

We think about your special ways and wish that you were near but although you left this world you will forever stay within our hearts, guiding like an angel even though we are apart.

For love is everlasting and so are our memories. Your legacy is always there to light the way for us.

Dearly missed by your loving Husband, Daughters and Sons, Grandson, Relatives and Friends.

In all things give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:18


Esther Wangui Kihato

1st Anniversary

1st July 1984 – 10th February 2016

One year has passed since that sad day Esther.

We loved you and we love you even more because we know you continue living.

Gone too soon from this realm but we rest in the assurance that you are in a better place and in our future.

Dearly missed by your husband, son, parents, brothers, sisters, relatives and friends.

For we know that if the earthly tent (our physical body) which is our house is torn down (through death) we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. 2 Corinthians 5:1