Diana Asha Gwiyo, LLB

In Loving Memory / 1St Anniversary & Appreciation

Sunrise: 16th October, 1983 – Sunset: 7th June, 2022

It’s been a year since you left us for your heavenly abode. The sadness of your departure left us bereft and we didn’t get a proper chance to say goodbye.We miss you so much.We are grateful to God for your presence in our lives. We cherish all the good times we shared with you, not only the family but all your friends, colleagues and everyone who interacted with you.We keep celebrating and remembering you for being a wonderful mother, daughter, sister, wife, cousin, aunt and friend.

We miss your cheerful nature, your love for people, your lifelong effort to assist the less fortunate and inspire others to improve their lot in life. We also miss the dancer in you, all of which we are committed to further in honor of you.

We, your family, and friends, miss you greatly, especially your daughter, Naiza Nyambura. We shall reunite with you one day in the presence of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. Though not with us physically, you are always with us, in thought and in prayer, and you live on through us and all those you impacted.

The family wishes to convey our utmost gratitude and heartfelt appreciation to all those who assisted us both emotionally and financially to grant Diana a befitting farewell. Special Mention to her classmates from Nairobi Primary, University of Nairobi Law School, Colleagues at The(Former) Access Kenya, Telkom Kenya, Elimu Resource Centre, Malindi, The Pastors, Choirs and members of the St Anthony Cathedral Parish, Malindi, The African Inland Church, Ngao, The Kileleshwa Githunguri Road Residents Association, and the Committees in Nairobi, Malindi and Ngao. You shall be forever in our prayers, and we shall forever be grateful.

Keep Resting with the Angels, Diana. You are Forever in Our Hearts.


FCPA Julius Wahome Wokabi


We, the immediate family of the late FCPA Julius Wahome Wokabi, together with the larger Wokabi, Githinji, and Gaitho families wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to God for the beautiful years he allowed us to spend with our beloved. We thank God for the grace and peace he bestowed upon us throughout from his demise until we laid him to rest.

We extend our heartfelt appreciation to the many friends. professional and social colleagues. and well-wishers for their overwhelming support in honor of great man who was dearly loved.

Special thanks to the Clergy leadership and congregants of ACK St. Peters Church Kahawa Sukari led by Cannon Thumbi. Rev. Munengi Mulandi and Pastor Weru of Nairobi Baptist Church, Rev. Christopher Ngahu Wachira of ACK St. Peters Mairo-ini and all other church leaders who visited and stood with us.

We also appreciate in a special way Wahome’s friends from the social professional fraternity who turned out in great numbers to support us during the entire period. Your personal visits, comforting messages, kind gifts and generous contributions are highly appreciated. As a family, we extend our special gratitude to the various choirs. fellowship and welfare groups for the prayers and support, with particular mention to: ACK St. Peters Church Kahawa Sukari Mwamba Choir and Kama Fellowship, neighborhood groups of Taveta Road and Cluster 4 in Kahawa Sukari, Nairobi Baptist Church Taraji Choir and couples fellowship, neighbors and friends in Mairo-ini home in Nyeri.

Special gratitude to the staff and clients of Wokabi & Company Certified Public Accountants for your dedication and support. To the leadership and members of Limuru Country Golf Club, Kenya Railways Golf Club, Parklands Sports Club, Invagara Club and Nanyuki Golf Club where Julius spent most of his social moments and was a member for many years, we thank you and appreciate your support.

We also want to take special recognition to the funeral committee chaired by Col. (Rtd) Nathan Macharia Kigotho for the commitment and zeal they portrayed. We also want to thank the doctors and staff of Nairobi Hospital, HDU and Pioneer Ward for the excellent medical care they provided.

Our sincere gratitude to Julius’ Physician for the medical care he extended to him during his hospitalization.

As it is not possible to mention and thank each one of you individually, we humbly request that you accept this as an expression of our most sincere appreciation and gratitude. You shared our sorrows and comforted us. Your acts of kindness and love were immensely felt and may God Bless you in abundance.

There is a time and season for everything under the heavens. Ecclesiastes 3:1 .

Bilha Njoki Maina


We the entire family of the late Samuel Maina Gatonga wishes to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation for the overwhelming support from our relatives, neighbours, friends and well wishers following the sad demise of our beloved matriarch Bilha Njoki Maina on 22/04/23. Your sacrificial generosity, prayers and physical presence during this time will forever remain in our hearts.

Our special gratitude goes to the doctors and nurses of both the Aga-Khan and M. P. Shah Hospitals in Nairobi for the care and support they accorded Bilha during her illness. We also wish to extend our gratitude to the funeral committee at The All Saints Cathedral Nairobi for the fellowships we held in their premises.

We are also grateful to the priests from the Holy Family Minor Basilica, Pastor Leonard Too of CITAM Paridands and Reverend Captain Kenneth Muriu of ACK St. Stephen Church Njumbi. And all other clergy for your words of encouragement and spiritual nourishment and comforting messages. We are truly grateful.

Since it is not possible to mention each and every one of you who helped us give our mom a befitting send off, please accept our deepest thanks.

God bless you all.

Edith Wangari Gitata

Appreciation / 1st Anniversary

Sunrise: 05/05/1945 – Sunset: 06/06/2022

Days, weeks, months have turned into one year since you left us on 6th June, 2022. We wish to thank the Almighty God for the 77 Years that we shared with you and all Glory and honour to His Holy Name.

We the Family of the late Mrs. Edith Wangari Gitata, wish to thank God for the time we spent with our dear Mum, The church fraternity led by PCEA Evergreen Church; Rev. Nehemiah Mburu, Rev. Simon Kamande,Woman’s Guild and other church committees. The Doctor’s and Nurses of MP Shah Hospital led by Dr.Vijay Shah, Faraja Cancer Support Centre, Dr. Gladwell Kiarie, Dr. Murage of Kiambu Doctor’s Plaza, Doctors and Nurses of Fords Hospital and Medanta Hospital – New Delhi, India.The funeral committee comprising of relatives, friends, neighbours and those who called us from around the world to relay messages of condolences, financial, spiritual and emotional support. May God bless you.

Please accept this message as an appreciation as we may not reach everyone individually and May Almighty God bless you abundantly.

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

Mrs. Mary Agnes Njambi Ngugi


18th May 1934 – 15th May 2023

We, the family of Mrs. Mary Agnes Njambi Ngugi, wishes to convey our sincere gratitude and appreciation, for the overwhelming support and condolence messages, on the occasion of the transit to the House of our Father, of one who was a dear wife, mum, grandmum, mentor and friend. A beautiful soul.

We are particularly grateful for so many people who offered many prayers in the different stages of her illness. We give thanks for all the masses and prayers offered for her soul. We have felt your consolation.

Immense gratitude to all the doctors and health-care providers who accompanied Mum in her many years of illness: Dr Daniel Githegi her personal doctor, all the nurses who took care of her, and all who attended to her.

We thank the priests who attended to her spiritually during her illness, relatives and friends who called or visited to encourage her. We thank in a singular way, the Funeral Organizing committee; the Archdiocese of Nyeri, Priests, Religious and laity who held us up throughout; the Central Bank of Kenya; the liturgy committee and the choirs; the various Catholic lay associations especially the CWA; all those who offered donations and contributions; and our friends who outdid themselves to accompany us in amazing ways. We wish to thank you all for the great turnout to pray and give a fitting farewell to our dear Mum.

Finally we thank the Apostolic Nuncio, all the Bishops and the priests who honoured her with their presence and prayers. Thank you our shepherds, for this kind gesture. May the Lord bless you all and reward you abundantly.

May her soul rest in eternal peace. Amen.

Derrick Obiero Omondi

One Year Anniversary / Thanksgiving

Derra, we little knew that God intended to call your name that morning, 30105/2022. In life we loved you dearly, in death we equally love you, it broke our hearts to lose you. You didn’t go alone, for part of us went with you the time God called you home. You left us beautiful memories your love is irreversible. Though we cannot see you, you are always by our side. Our family chain was broken and nothing seems the same, but call one by one, the family chain will link again. It has been exactly one year 30/05/2023 since you painfully left us. It was painful.

We wish to extend our sincere gratitude to our friends, colleagues and family for the immeasurable support afforded to our family.

Special thanks to Imara Friends Group, NCBA, Kipepeo Industries (Tawi Paints),ACK Cathedral – Nakuru, St. Mary’s Girls High School – Nakuru, ACK St. Peter’s Church – Ramula, the larger late James K.Wamalwa and Mrs. Louisa C.Wamalwa of Kitale. The entire larger Rev.Ainea Obiero family.

Greatly celebrated and fondly missed by father Jotham O. Obiero, your wife; Linda Chebet, your son; Dylan, your daughter; Brillian, your sisters; Fiona, Christine and Esther, your brothers-in-law; Ben,Vincent and Victor, uncles, nephews, nieces and friends.

The Anniversary/Thanksgiving will be done on 03/06/2023 at ACK St. Peter’s Church -Ramula, Siaya.

In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you will remain forever. Rest in Peace, Derra.


Cecilia Likano Irina


We, the family of Prof. Justin Irina wish to sincerely thank all of you for your prayers, calls and support during the demise of our mum, sister, aunty, Cecilia Likano Irina. Your support has been overwhelming.

Special appreciation goes to the Eldoret Committee chaired by Mr. Tony Mwarema, St. Charles Lwanga Small Christian Community, Dr. Beatrice Melly and team at MTRH – Eldoret, Dr. Kieran Mwazo and team at Mombasa Hospital, Dr. Makorani, Mr. Hasnain Hasham and the Jaffery Community, Prof. Laila Abubakar, Vice Chancellor of Technical University of Mombasa and staff, Prof. Nyariki, Vice Chancellor Murang’a University of Technology and staff, former Professors of Moi University and staff, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kenya Ports Authority, His Lordship Bishop Lagho, the Vigodi family, Rtd. Col. Lewela, Dr. Marianne Maghenda, Mrs. Caroline Wanene, Amb. Amina Mohamed, Mr. Lawrence Mwadime, Former Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mr. Joseph Mwawuda, the Too family, the Lesia’s and Matela’s, relatives from Lesotho, cousins, friends and colleagues.

As it is not possible to thank all you great people individually, kindly accept this as our appreciation to all of you.

We trust in God, it is well.

Mwalimu Clementina Otieno


We the family of Mwalimu Clementine Otieno wish to convey our heartfelt gratitude to all friends, relatives, neighbours and church groups who took their time to condole with us during the demise of our Mother, Grandmother and Great grandmother. Your words of encouragement, prayers, visits and contributions made the journey less of a burden for us.

We would like to say a special thank you to Fr. Edwin parish priest of St. Joseph Catholic Church, the PPC, CWA, Choir and all other church groups for your support. We also owe immense gratitude to Fr. Joseph of Holy Cross Ramba, Holy Cross Kirindo outstation and St. Mary Udonga SCC for their overwhelming support. We also thank Fr. David Odinga for his very encouraging sermons.

We thank the funeral organisation Committee led by Mr. Caleb Ombisi, for your guidance and planning for the entire sendoff journey of our Mum.

We thank our workmates from Nairobi Water, AWVVDA, Dimension Data, Spice & Gold, friends from Australia and America for your prayers and support.

Our neighbours from Corradini Estate, Zebra Court, church choirs of St. BenedictThika Road, St. Paul UON and St. Patrick Utawala for your visits, prayers and support.

We also thank Dr. Warfa of AKUH, Dr. Sitna MP Shah and Dr. Faizal Avenue Nursing Home and their-respective staff for caring for mum during the period of her sickness.

They were other numerous persons and groups not mentioned above who offered their prayers, visits and support, kindly all accept this as our gesture of gratitude to you all and the groups mentioned above.

May you forever be blessed.

Drusitta Moraa Momanyi

In Loving Memory / 3rd Anniversary

Sunrise :06/12/1958 – Sunset : 27/05/2020

It’s exactly 3 years since you left us and not a day goes by that we don’t long to have you back. Today your absence is louder but your love for us is stronger. We Miss and remember you every day. We remember your last words vividly dear Mum.

Daughter; Harriet, Son; Isaac and Husband; MomanyiTai and family at large Miss you a lot.

We appreciate everyone who share in our mourning and stood with us during those low moments of grieving. Your support was immensely appreciated.

Our Mommy, we love you always and forever in our hearts.

2nd Timothy 4:7 —”I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course I have kept the faith.”

Captain Moses Kiplagat (Mosze)


FEBRUARY 19, 1975 – MAY 28, 2022

We, the Family of Captain Moses Kiplagat are thankful to the Almighty God for granting us the privilege of sharing our lives with such a loving, kind, generous, awesome, listening, purpose-driven man and unifier.

We take this opportunity to express our deep gratitude to all those who stood with us one year ago, when we lost Mosze. Your prayers, messages, presence, financial and kind gestures, meant so much to us and eased the burden of Mosze’s loss. Asanteni Sana. May God bless you all abundantly!

Mosze, it is your First Anniversary in Heaven, you are gone but not forgotten. You are not with us, but we feel your spirit. We celebrate you for being a wonderful Father, Son, Brother, Uncle, Grandson, Nephew, Cousin and Friend.

Mosze, you are loved. You are missed. You are remembered.

The 1St Anniversary Celebration will be held at the Kiplagat Home in Kapseret, on Saturday, May 27, 2023 from 10.00am.

Psalm 147:3 He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.