Elysium Thomas Akolo

2nd Anniversary

Even though you are not in front of our eyes right now, your picture in our hearts will remain beautifully pristine forever. Your death will always remain a blurry memory. But your life will always be a vivid one, the epitome of greatness and sacrifice.

In the heart of your dear wife, Pamela Akolo, your loving children, Gladys Akolo, Ibrahim Akolo, Benjamin Akolo and Michael Akolo.

Son of the late Thomas Nabuteya and Gladys Matendechere. Son-in-law of Eunice Ambundo and Joash Ambundo. Brother to Wycliffe, Priscilla, Agnetta, Ruth, George, Everline, Gabriel, Rodha and Stanley.

The best dad doesn’t exist in this world. That’s because he is in Heaven right now

Mama Ada Wakesho Nzano (Mama Askofu, A.C.K Diocese of Mombasa, 1978-1993)

Tuku Tendereza Jesu

In Loving Memory: 1st Anniversary

Today Marks one year since the Lord took you from us to Glory where He dwells.

You shall always be remembered in our hearts for the motherly love kindness and generosity to everyone. What we shared will never die, it lives within our hearts. Bringing strength and comfort while we are apart.

We shall always treasure you and the void you left, only Almighty God can fill.

Fondly missed by your Children (Archie, Apollo, William, John & Joseph), In-laws, grandchildren, great grandchildren, A.C.K Mothers Union, Tukutendereza-Ushirika, family and friends.

A memorial celebration will be held today, 2nd March 2019, at St. Marks church Sagala, Taita Taveta County as from 11:00 AM.

Jeremiah 31: 13 ” For I will turn their mourning into joy, and will comfort them, and make them rejoice from their sorrow”.

Mama Florah Masakhwe Oyeyo

In Loving Memory

 1935 – March, 2nd 2018

One year ago, the Lord called you home. Your spirit, love and guidance will, however, live with all of us forever. We, your children and the larger Oyeyo family shall always be thankful to the Almighty God for the gift of good and long life He granted you and the time He gifted you to us.

Yours will always be a celebration of life – the wonderful times and moments we shared with you, the battles fought together, the many positive contributions you made in our communities, and the multitudes of lives you touched within our families, communities and beyond. As our beloved Mother, you made us who we are today and we shall forever be grateful and indebted to you and sustain your legacy.

As your children we again express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to all our relatives, friends and colleagues who stood by us throughout your final days and after. Mama, you are missed and fondly remembered and will be throughout the years by your children, grandchildren, in-laws, friends, our parish church and community at large.

As you rest in eternal peace, your legacy lives on.

Unveiling of the cross will be held on Saturday 2nd March, 2019 at 10.00 a.m. at the family home In Randago village, Butula sub-county, Busia County.

Lilian Wanjiku Gaitho-Oketch

Sunrise 10th April 1986 – Sunset 1st March 2018

Daughter, Mother, Friend, Wife. The world changes from year to year. Our lives from day to day, but the memory of you shall never pass It is a year since your promotion to glory. Our tears have dried up … and the reality of it all has come to pass. Although physically gone, in our hearts you live on. Shail, Samara and Zaria are a daily reminder.

A Memorial service and unveiling of the cross will be held at the Family Home in Rimpa, Ongata Rongai on 2nd March 2019.

2 Timothy 4:7 

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Aaron Nzou Muling’a

In Loving Memory of our Dad

1st Anniversary

I’m Free “Done grieve for me now, I’m free” I’m following the path God laid for me I took God’s hand when I heard, Him call, I turned my back and left it all. I could not stay another day, To laugh, to love, to work or play Things left undone must stay that way, I’ve found peace at the close of the day If my parting has left a void, Then fill it with a remembered joy A friendship shared, a laugh, a song, a kiss, Ah, yes these things, I too will miss. Be not burdened with thought of sorrow, I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow My life’s been full I’ve relished much, Good friends, good times, o loving family and church. Perhaps my time seemed all too brief Don’t lengthen it now with undue grief Lift up your heart and share with me, God wanted me now. He set me free.

Dearly missed and fondly remembered by your loving wife Christine Nduvee Muling’a. Children; Winnie and Pius, Fridah and Paul, Robert and Kate, Maggie and Wilfred, Edward and Edna, Andrew and Cathy. Grandchildren; Ted, Chris, Manu, Sam, Nathan, Mathew, Christine Mwengi, Christine Mulwa, Latasha, Rachel, Christine Ndunda, Tamira, Esther, Faith, Aliyah and Kasungwa; relatives, friends and the Kyandululu community.

We take this opportunity to thank all who supported us during the trying moment may Almighty God richly bless you.

Rest in Peace Dad

Jeremiah 31:13b “For I will turn their mourning into joy & will comfort them, and make them rejoice from their sorrow”

Prof. Francis M. Mwega

In Loving Memory

It is now two years since you left us to be with the Lord.

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

Your life was a blessing to many, your memory a treasure. In death, you are still loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.

Forever cherished and missed by your loving Wife Mercy, Children Anne, Mwega and Muchai; your mother, brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews, friends and colleagues and many whose lives you touched.

May the Lord rest Your Soul in Eternal Peace.

Esther Mungechi Kariuki

1St Anniversary Memorial

12/09/1936 – 26/02/2018

A TRULY PHENOMENAL WOMAN…. Who laughed often and loved much And sang with exultation; Won the respect of others, And the affection of children; Earned the approbation of honest critics, Appreciated beauty, And found the best in others; Gave all of self to leave the world a A little better; Played and laughed with gusto And enthusiasm. To know that even one life Has breathed better Because she lived, This is, to have succeeded In living a full life. (Adapted from a poem by Bessie A. Stanley)

Mum, you truly lived and left a great legacy. Forever cherished and greatly missed by your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, siblings, family and friends.

“He who dwells in the shelter of the most high will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.” Psalm 91

Raphael Mwangangi Waita

Fondly Remembered

 July 12th 1942— February 25th 2018

A SUCCESSFUL MAN “That man is a success – who has lived well, laughed often and loved much; who has gained the respect of intelligent men and the love of children; who has filled his niche and accomplished his task; who leaves the world better than he found it; who has never lacked appreciation of earth’s beauty or failed to express it.; who looked for the best in others and gave the best he had.” – Bessie Anderson Stanley –

Dearly missed by your loving wife Mary, children Nzuki & Wariko, Neema & Wamai, Nzioka & Audrey, Kanini & Tito, grandchildren, siblings, relatives and esteemed friends of the Waita family.

Dedan Karuga Gichinga

In Loving Memory

It is now three years since you left us to be with the Lord.

We are grateful to God for the time we spent together. Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.

Fondly missed by your loving wife Rose, children Njoki, Gichinga, Nyokabi and Gitau; your siblings, nephews and nieces, friends, relatives and many whose lives you touched.

John Murongole Muluhya

In Loving Memory/ 1St Anniversary

19/03/1933 – 23/02/2018

It’s been a year since the curtains fell on the life of our beloved Patriarch.

Papa, for a while it felt as though our lives had ended too.

But your loss has taught us many things. And now we face each day with renewed hope and happy memories.

From time to time we may be sad that you are no longer here, but your influence still guides us and we feel you near. What we shared will never die. It lives within our hearts forever, bringing strength and comfort.

Terribly missed and quietly remembered every day by your loving wife, children, relatives and friends.

Daddy, you may no longer be in our life to share, but in our hearts, you’re always there. Rest easy JM!