Mr. Luka Macharia Githiga

1St Anniversary

1936-2018

A year ago, today you crossed over to the everlasting life. To the very end you fought the good fight, finished the race and kept the faith. We are forever grateful for the values you taught us including; Kindness, resilience, hard work, selflessness, role modelling, loving, generosity and devotion to God, among others. We celebrate you for everything that you were and cherish your memories forever.

Dearly missed by your children; Jane Wakiuru, Stephen Githiga and Lucy Githiga, James Thumbi and Freshiah Thumbi, Charles Mwangi and Grace Wanjiku, Nancy Muriithi and George Muriithi. Grandchildren, Brian Macharia, Collins Njoroge, Judy Wahito, Sheila Wahito, Liana Muriithi, Liam Muriithi. You brother, Peter Wamwara, all the in-laws, Sister-in-law, Great-grandchildren, Nephews, Nieces, Relatives and Friends.

“Those we Love don’t go away, they walk besides us, every day, unseen, unheard but always near, still loved by all of us Dad.”

Melanie Atieno Asuka Inda

In Loving Memory

We often say that the hour of death cannot be forecast. When we say this we imagine this hour would be in a distant future. We never thought we would be thinking about Mela as a memory. We all have different memories of Mela but one thing they all have in common is the way she loved and lived. She had the most amazing courageous strength and tenacity that every single person who ever came into contact with her could feel while in her presence. Her courage, determination and sense of humor is something we will always carry with us and hope that we can display those same characteristics especially in trying times.

We miss your smile, We miss your laugh. We miss you and that happiness you always had. One day your smile had faded away, We still remember how we felt that day. Your warmth and comfort was all gone. We can’t believe it’s been a year since you left us, it still feels like the other day. We believe you are in a happy place with God’s Angels.

We still hold you in our hearts till we meet again daughter, sister, cousin, aunt, niece and friend.

Mama Roslida Obong’o Ogara

In Loving Memory

Sunrise: 1937 – Sunset: 01/01/2018

Dear Mom, a year has passed by since you left us to be with the Lord. Nobody knew that day when God would call your name. Our hearts were crushed but Jesus put His arms around you and he lifted you to eternal rest. Your life was love and sacrifice, your teachings powerful, your love for your family true, you always gave the best in you. Yob laboured so much in prayer for your family and never complained. We will always remember your Christian teachings, those words are in our hearts and souls, and have bound them as a sign on our hands. We cannot speak how we loved you and neither can our hearts tell what to say. Only God knows how much we miss you. We will cherish your memories forever.

There will be a memorial service at St. Stephen’s ACK (Maranda), on Saturday  13/07/20 I 9 at 10.00am.

GREGORY (GREG) MAHINDA

 05/07/1999 – 05/07/2019

It has been 20 years since our family chain was broken when you left us but one day God will link the chain again…we miss you Greg!

Greg, as he was fondly known, was the beloved son of Mr & Mrs Francis Thinwa and Anne Wanjiru Mahinda. Brother of Gerald K. Mahinda, Charles W. Mahinda and Jayne W. Mahinda. Brother-in-law of Clara W. Mahinda and Caroline G Mahinda. Uncle of Cyndy Mahinda, Mark Mahinda, Melissa Mahinda,Thinwa Mahinda, Marcel Mahinda and Wanjiru (Ciru) Mahinda. He was well known for his electronics and computer wizardry and was a brilliant mind. He was a private yet humble person with a warm and generous heart!

Family & friends will commemorate/celebrate his young life on the evening of Friday 02nd August, 2019 (details to be sent directly).

Honor me not by mourning my death but by celebrating my life!

Frank Ngaira Shitemi

1st Anniversary

At the one year anniversary of his passing on July 10, 2018 the family of Frank Ngaira Shitemi conveys its deepest gratitude to all who extended their love, support and sympathy; for your presence at his funeral, your phone calls, cards, gifts, flowers and your wonderful acts of kindness. May God pour his blessings upon you.

Special thanks to all the medical specialists who worked with Frank, to Friends International Center Ngong Road, and to the Mukuyu Friends Church in Ndalu.

We will hold a memorial gathering beginning at 10am on Saturday, July 13th, 2019 at the family’s home in Ndalu, Kitale.

“All are welcome.”

Arthur Gichuru Ndonye

1St Anniversary/Unveiling of the Cross

Days have turned to months and now it is 1 year since you went to be with the Lord.

You left behind a legacy of honesty, love and devotion to the family and those whose lives you touched.

Fondly remembered by your loving wife Janet Thama Gichuru, your children, grandchildren and members of your extended family.

There will be a service of the unveiling of the cross at our home in Waing’ere Village in Kambaa, Githunguri, on Saturday 6th July, 2019, starting at 11.00am.

Walter Ngugi Mwaniki

In Loving Memory

30/01/1981 – 03/07/2018

The entire family of the Late Captain Walter N. Mwaniki would like to give their appreciation to all who stood and gave their support at the time of losing our dear son, nephew brother, father, husband, cousin upon his demise on 3rd July, 2018. We are grateful to God for the far that He has held us all.

It is a year since he passed on, and the memory is still fresh in our hearts. And while Walter lies in peaceful sleep, his memory we shall always keep.

Message from the daughters  You’re not forgotten, daddy, dear Nor ever shall you be; As long as life and memory last We shall remember thee.

The memorial and unveiling of the cross service shall be held at Lang’ata Cemetery on 6th July, 2019 from 11.00am.

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. ~Isaiah 41: 10

Thomas Joseph Mboya

50th Anniversary & Commemoration

July 5th 1969

The Mboya family joins all Kenyans in Celebrating the life of Thomas Joseph Mboya.

A family Patriarch, a Trade Unionist, a Statesman and a True Patriot, he is remembered not only as a great Kenyan, but also as a Pan-Africanist, who did much in furtherance of the goals of our Country and of the Continent; a man whose influence, charm and intellect continue to shape the values and ideals that we aspire to today.

Fondly remembered by his extended family, his friends, and his colleagues all over the world, he remains an indelible part of our lives and in the history of our Nation. And while he was our Dad, Tom Mboya belonged to the entire nation. We invite Kenyans to Join the family in honoring the memory of our father, the Late Tom Mboya, at a memorial mass to be held at The Holy Family Basilica on 5th July, 2019 at 2:00 pm

A memorial service will take place concurrently at the Tom Mboya Mausoleum, Rusinga Island.

Stephen Ndung’u Gatundu & Monicah Njoki Ndung’u

It is ten and one year since you left us and went to be with the lord. Your memories are still fresh in our hearts. Your light and love will never dim. Your generosity, wisdom and Faith still inspires us daily. In our hearts you hold a special place that nothing will ever replace. We will always be grateful for the wonderful and blessed life that God allowed us to share.

The lord called both of you to be by his side and we humbly had to accept. Your absence is still felt but God has given us the grace to carry on. “In the path of righteousness is life, and in its pathway, there is no death.” Proverbs 12:28.

Fondly remembered by your loving wife /mum; Mary Wambui Ndung’u, Sons/brothers; Simon Muiru (Mlolongo), Joseph Gathura (Kinoo), John Mburu (Njambini), and Paul Kiboro (Yaang’a).Your daughters/Sisters; Sarah Gateri (Siakago), Beatrice Muiruri (Naivasha), Ann Njuguna (Embu), Grace Ndungu (Embu), the wider family and friends.

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

There will be an unveiling of the Cross Ceremony on Saturday 6th July 2019, at Yaang’a, Njambini, Kinangop. The service will begin from 10.00am. All are welcome!

God giveth and God taketh glory be to His name

Mzee Joash Ochieng Ougo

6th Anniversary

Six years ago you left so suddenly without a word. We are kept by the blessed hope of the resurrection morning.

Missed by Mama Risper Ayieko (Nyar Kisumo).

Revelation 21:4 “…and God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away.”