Mary Nepore Kisio

1st Anniversary Celebration

23/10/1969- 14/02/2019  

In loving memory of our dear mother who was Loving and kind in all her ways, Upright and just to the end of her days, Sincere and true in heart and mind. A beautiful memory she left behind.

Fondly missed by your father, Mr Peter Kisio, father in law Mr Njoroge Shunet, husband Mr Sankale Shunet, your children; Sylvia, Vivianne and Alvin, brothers, sisters and colleagues. We all miss you and wish you did not have to leave us so soon.

Always remembered, Never forgotten.

Mama Wilhermina lmbukha Shikami

2nd Anniversary

8.12.1958 – 14.02.2018

`Forever enshrined in our hearts Mum, forever Loved’

Dear Mummy, it has been 2 years since you suddenly left us. We remember the 14.02.2018 so vividly as if it was yesterday. We think of you every day mum and the tears never stop rolling. Mum you were an honorable woman and this wasn’t just a mere aspect of your personality, it was the very foundation of your character. You were a precious a gift from God, so much beauty, grace, love and patience you possessed. You touched our hearts in so many ways, your strength and smile even on dark days made us realize we have an angel beside us. “When we speak of you, we speak not with tears, for thoughts of you should not be sad. We have Let memories of the times you shared give us comfort, for our life is because of you.

‘There is a sacredness in tears, they are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are messengers of overwhelming grief and unspeakable love.’

To our dear Mother: We have a few pledges to make to you, We will purpose to make you proud every day, Even though we miss you terribly we promise to bravely face the coming days Determined to be happy and not to dwell in sadness too long without recalling the wonderful memories that you’ve filled our life with, Most of all we promise to try to pattern our life more after yours. We wear your Name `The Wilherms’ and ornament with a lot of pride as we are privileged to be your daughters and sons.

Dearly missed by your children Carolyne, Roselyne, Timothy, Edwin and Michel. Grandchildren Tarryl, Steward, Camil, Tevin, Keagan, George, Calcin, Tracy, Howard, Kelvin, Ramsey, Martha, Gabriel,Tiana and Keylly. Your in-laws Cyrus, Eng. Francis, Dorah and Rosemary, Your Mum Benedette, Brother Henry, nephews and nieces, All your friends, in-laws and persons of goodwill.

There will be mass and celebration of her second anniversary at her home in Ileho on 15.02.2020 from 9.00A.M.

Rest in perfect peace Mum.Till we meet again.

‘Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.’ Matthew 10:28   

Josephine Wanjiru Gachuru (Governor)

In Loving Memory / 1st Anniversary

On that Valentine’s Day morning, your death felt like a stinging defeat in our hearts. And over the course of the past year, our eyes have been left reddened. Tears have flown freely in joyous remembrance of the times we spent with you, while at the same time in sad despair that you are no longer there.

Emptiness fills our hearts when we glance upon that vacant seat at the table; that empty presence at the feast. Our thoughts shattering when we remember we can no longer visit you; we can no longer hear your voice. We remember your glowing smile. We remember your wise words.

We remember your kindness. We are comforted by the love of God as we remember Jesus conquered death and we shall eventually be together. Fondly remembered by your Children, Grand Children, Great Grand Children and Family.

Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, they will rest from their labour, for their deeds will follow them. Rev 14:13

DR JAMES ANG’AWA

50 YEARS ANNIVERSARY

IN MEMORY OF DR JAMES ANG’AWA

8 AUGUST 1921 – 8 FEBRUARY 1970

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal…. Love leaves a memory no one can steal…. A life so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered….

Your Children; Mary, Hillary, Charlie, William and Brigid. Grandchildren; Mingedi and Tallo, Family, friends and relatives

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believed in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. — John 3:16

Elder George Regeru Mwaura

20th Anniversary

Called to Glory on 13th February 2000

Dear Beloved, it is twenty years since you left us for your heavenly abode. As we remember you today, we are grateful to God for the priceless gift of your life. You continue to be the source of inspiration to our family and the void you left in our home will never be filled. We derive great comfort in your silent companionship in all we do, wherever we go and in the knowledge that your soul rests in eternal life.

Fondly remembered and missed by your loving wife Winnie, your dear children Waiyaki, Nyakio, Njoroge, Kariuki, Mureithi, Wairimu, Munyua and Mugure. Your sons in Law – Wamae and Ben, your daughters in law -Wanjiku, Wambui, Karimi, Njeri and Nyambura, your Grand-children – Regeru A, B, C, D, E & F, Wangari A, B, C & D, Wambui, Kabiru, Nyokabi, Njoroge, Theri, Waiyaki, Ndung’u, Ng’ang’a, Anthony, Nancy & Wambui. Since you left us, our family has grown bigger and you have been blessed with Great-grandchildren – Nyakio A & B, Waiyaki, Sarah, Chelsea, Allan & Ella who get to hear and learn of your good deeds. All our relatives and friends continue to miss your presence alongside the family.

Forever in our hearts you remain, In God’s arms you lie.

Happy are those who die in the service of the Lord, they will enjoy rest from their hard work because the results of their service go with them (Rev. 14:13).

Jane Wangui Munene

1st Anniversary / In Loving Memory

 1958 – 13/02/2019

It has been one year since you were taken away from us. Our memory of that morning of Wednesday 13th February, 2019 is still fresh in our minds. We have accepted God’s will to rest you peacefully.

Fondly remembered by your loving husband William Munene, son Anthony and daughters Anne & Mary. Members of the family, relatives, church and friends have been constantly comforting us. We say thank you to all those who have supported and stood with us.

There will be a commemoration service Mass at Kianwe-ini, Githumu village in Kandara on Saturday 15th February, 2020 at 11:00a.m and all are welcome.

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

Rev 14:13: Blessed are those who die in the Lord.

Mzee John Fredrick Oywaya Odera

It is hard to believe that you have already been gone for ye years. You are fondly remembered by your loving wife Winnie, your children, grand children, extended family members and friends.

So many of your qualities make us smile. Who can forget your wonderful sense of humor, your amazing memory and your wisdom!

Loving Papa, may you continue to rest in Eternal Peace. Amen.

,

Canice Kiplimo Kibiego

1st Anniversary

 25/03/1965-11/02/2019

One year today a gentle soul rested but his spirit lives on. We will always remember that a great man walked this earth and we shall forever cherish the moments we shared. Loved ones do not go away but walk beside us every day unseen, unheard but always near.

Dearly missed by Lydia and the children, dad Pius Kibiego, siblings and the entire family. Today we celebrate your life and strength. Continue resting in peace baba…

We appreciate all those who stood with us and continue to stand with us in this journey.

Reginah Bonareri Omwanza

8th Anniversary

It has been 8 years since you passed away but you are near even if we don’t see you. You are with us even if you are away. You are in our hearts, in our thoughts, in our lives always…. We just love and miss you in our own ways but above all we are thankful to God for the years he gave you to us.

If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, we would walk right up to heaven and bring you home again. You are missed by your Husband, Children, Grandchildren and all those you touched. For now, hope is the only thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without words and never stops at all.

Continue resting in peace

Monica Wangui Njuguna

15th Anniversary / In Loving Memory

Mami, on that normal sunny Wednesday afternoon at 3.30 pm, a gloomy and sombre mood descended and engulfed the Njuguna’s, you breathed your last and left us. It is fifteen years today since that fateful day. We all knew it would come but we dreaded it. Since then. It has never been the same again. It has been painful, horror, empty, agonising and extremely lonely to all of us as we remember and relate the fond memories of your life with us and adjust to the cruel and stark reality that you are no longer with us. The only consolation which has kept us going is that we are sure you are in safe hands of our Lord in heaven and one day we shall reunite again. We continue to thank the Almighty God for the precious time we shared and spent together in this world and shall forever have those fond memories.

Mami, our eyes swell in tears as memories of your face shine upon us every day of our lives, your words of wisdom, your prayer to us on daily basis as a family and your Christian Virtues you so much adhered to and inculcated into us till your very last moments on earth continues to reverberate in our ears as if said or heard a second ago. No one can fill the gap that you left in our lives.

Mami, you are fondly remembered and dearly missed by your children, Esther Kiriga, Steven Njuguna, Linda Kinyua, Ann Kinyua, Linda Hartman and Paul Njuguna, your grandchildren, great-grandchildren, in-laws, relatives and friends.

Jesus said,”I am the resurrection and life, He who believes in me will live even though he dies, and whoever lives and believes in me will never die” John 11:25