Harrison Wachira Gachichio


We the family of the late Harrison Wachira Gachichio wish to express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all our relatives, friends and colleagues for your overwhelming support, prayers, kind messages of condolence, financial, moral and material support during the sickness, demise and burial of our beloved dad on 26th October 2022.

Our Gratitude to the Almighty God for granting our dad 79 years of life, Doctors and staff at Mwai Kibaki level 6 Hospital, Othaya, for taking care of our dad during the one month he was hospitalized there, our priests in Kariko Catholic Parish for your spiritual guidance and leading Mass during the funeral service assisted by St Joseph Church Gichiche.

Special thanks go to Kaboga Fraternity, RCH Residents, STEP families, St. Paul University Chapel Community(MOSP, CWA, St. Jude Scc), Mbari ya Wachira Cousins, St Ambrose Jumuiya Utawala, Citadel group, Membley Community, St. Mother Teresa Catholic members, Lewa Group, Kaganjo Women Group, Fairways Investment Group, StAugustine Jumuiya, Malaa Community, St. Martin Depores SCC, St. Joseph Church Choir, StAnthony Kienjaini Catholic Church Karatina.

Friends and colleagues from CBK and KSMS,ASL, Coop Bank, Crown Paints Plc for being there for us, your support and representation during the funeral.

As we may not be able to acknowledge everyone individually, please accept this as a sincere gesture of our appreciation to all.

“…and we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28 

Samuel Adwa Adwa

First Anniversary/Celebration of Life


Always so good, unselfish and kind. Few on this earth his equal we find. Honourable and upright in all his ways, Loyal and true to the end of his days. God saw the road was getting rough. And the hills were hard to climb, So he closed your weary eyelids And whispered, “Peace be thine.”

Gratitude to all those who assisted us during the time of loss including Mr and Mrs Rautta and family, All SDA Churches under Olare District, Mzee Auma’s family members, All the late Mzee John Odugu’s family, Siblings in-law Hezron, Joseph, Shem, Japheth, Timothy, Rose, Rael (all deceased), Moses, Eli, Patroba, Drucilla Gogo, Tabitha Okiro, Zipporah Ballah, Grace Omoro, Samuel Odugu (APA Insurance), Zilper Odongo, Pheobe A. Opondo and Monica Odugu, Mrs Jane Otondi and family, Mzee Edward Okiro and family, the lateVitalis Ballah and family, Johnson Ocholla and family, Joseph Oyongo and family, Mrs Nyamwange and family, the Malawi family, Paul Mbago, the Entire Kochia community, Elder Arunga, Pastor Macharia, Dr. & Dr. Matiang’i and family, Mr. & Mrs Obure and family, the Royal Danish Embassy, USA family and friends, South B friends, Tanzania friends and Nairobi South SDA Church, all friends and relatives we have not mentioned by name.

Fondly missed by children Lorna (USA), Micah (Tanzania), Daniel (Kisumu), Orpah (USA), Elizabeth (USA) & EInta (Nairobi). Children in law, Carol Nyamwange, Lillian,Taabu and Peter. Grandchildren William, TJ, Sammy jr, Olivia, Carlos, Sammy II, Josephine,Marcel, Phillip, Josephinel II and Emmanuel.

Memorial service will be held at the Adwa’s home in Kochia.

In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever. Amen! Sleeping In Divine Hope


Joseph Gitau Nduati

Thank You

We, The Family of Joseph Gitau Nduati wish to express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all our relatives, friends and professional Colleagues for your overwhelming support, prayers, kind messages of condolence, financial contributions, moral and material support during the illness and sad demise of our beloved.

Please accept this message as a sincere gesture of our appreciation.

God Bless you.

Grace Bochaberi Kauria



We The Kauria’s Family, of the late Grace Bochaberi Kauria wish to express our heartfelt gratitude and thanks to God the Almighty for the life of our beloved Mummy and Wife. We’ve cried our tears and mourned our loss but now we give our grieving hearts relief by remembering the memories shared with you Mummy in this life. The early morning of Friday 21st October 2022 will forever be etched in our memories as you left us dear Mummy. We parted physically but, in our hearts, souls and spirit, you will always be there with us.

We humbly appreciate and thank the neighbors of Ndonyongaria Village, The SDA Churches, Schools, Imarisha SACCO, KNUT,TSC, Reale Hospital, Racecourse Hospital Mortuary and all those who supported us during the sending off of Mummy. We also sincerely appreciate the Kunga Family, Osoro Family and Friends for standing with us, Chesumei Constituency MP; Honorable Paul Biego Polo, Area Chief and all the leaders who supported and condoled with us in any way. Many thanks to our colleagues and employers; your support was most humbling and heartfelt. May God bless you all abundantly.

Dear Mummy, on that bright morning, we shall surely meet again and as you watch us from the skies, your favorite song and verse will always be our favorite;

[1] “Mapya ni mapenzi hayo,Asubuhi tuonayo;Saa za giza hulindwa, Kwa uzima kuamka. [2] Kila siku, mapya pia, Rehema, wema na afya,Wokovu na msamaha, Mawazo memo, furaha. (3] Tukijitahidi leo Na mwendo utupasao, Mungu atatuelezaYatakayompendeza….”

“…work while it is day, for the night is coming…” John 9:4

Mwalimu Bernice Wamuyu Mureithi


11/06/1935 – 29/10/2022

We, the family of the late Mwalimu Bernice Wamuyu Mureithi sincerely wish to thank the following for the support they accorded us during the illness and demise of our dear mother, grandmother, sister and aunt.

We begin by thanking God Almighty for the years He gave to the late Bernice and for her legacy of love and service to the family and the community. We thank PCEA Thatha Parish and Njogu-ini church; the Parish minister, the woman’s guild and the entire church fraternity.

Similarly,we thank Dr. Gladwell Kiarie of Nairobi Hospital and all her staff, Meridian Equator hospital Nairobi West and their staff, Dr. and Mrs. Julius Kiiru and medical professionals who supported our mother in one way or other. We also thank the Nyeri Funeral Home (Outspan).

We are also grateful to the Nairobi and Njogu-ini funeral organizing committees; the Chairman, Commissioners, CEO and all staff of Public Service Commission; Messers Nelson Marwa, Wamuyu Mureithi Francis Owino, Johnson Weru and Dr. Nicholas Muraguri; Directors of HRM&D, KRA staff; supporters of SC Keter;ACK St. Lukes Kenya-Njeru fraternity, members of the extended family, relatives,friends and all the people who supported us financially, spiritually, emotionally and logistically.

We may not be able to mention each and everyone of you by name but we shall forever treasure Our gratitude to you for your phenomenal support. May our God who sees in secret bless and reward each one of you in a special way. Please be assured that we are truly grateful.

May the soul of the late Bernice Wamuyu Mureithi continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen!

Joseph Mungai Kaweru


We the family of our beloved Joseph Mungai Kaweru wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to the Almighty God for blessing us with a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend.

We wish to express our appreciation to many loving relatives, neighbors, friends, both local and international who visited, called, offered material and emotional support, we humbly request you accept this as our expression of our most sincere gratitude and appreciation.

Special thanks to P.C.E.A – Makongeni Parish, P.C.E.A – Thiririka Parish and the funeral committees both in Kimuyu and Makongeni who assisted us tirelessly to the end in giving our beloved Joseph Mungai Kaweru a befitting send-off. We especially recognize the spiritual guidance and support from P.C.E.A – Makongeni Parish who dedicated their time to condole with us and lead the final send-off.

To the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation [KBC] fraternity, thank you for giving our beloved Joseph the opportunity to work with you, for standing and supporting him throughout the years. Thank you for extending your support and kindness to us until his send-off. Our hearts are filled with gratitude.

We would also like to appreciate Oilian Funeral Services, Kahawa West for helping us through this difficult time.

We truly appreciate and recognize the kind gestures and solidarity from everyone . Be blessed.

Psalms23; 6 —”Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life.”

Mzee Gabriel Gathogo Kiburu (Wa-High)


The family of the late Gabriel Gathogo Kiburu, will forever be grateful to all our relatives and friends, who stood with us during the most difficult time of mourning our patriarch. To all of you, who made this load lighter and your presence consoled us, kindly accept our sincere gratitude.

Dad, you are forever in our thoughts and in our hearts. Fondly cherished and remembered by your dear wife; Alice Wangari Gathogo, your children, grandchildren, siblings, cousins and entire family.

May your soul continue resting in peace.

“We need to grieve the ones we have loved and lost in this lifetime, not to sustain our connection to suffering but to sustain our connection to love.” — J.W

Henry Musemate Murwa

1st Anniversary and Appreciation

Sunrise: 286 December, 1959 – Sunset: 6th November, 2021

The family of the late Mr. Henry Musemate Murwa wishes to convey our sincere appreciation for the overwhelming love and support accorded to us upon his demise on the 6th November 2021.

We thank God for the time He gave us to be with our beloved Henry as a son, husband, father, brother, uncle, friend and a professional. As we commemorate the 1st anniversary of your demise, the wonderful time we shared shall forever be cherished in our memories.

We acknowledge and appreciate K.U.R.A., Kenya Roads Board, China WU YI, Engineers and the Institution of Surveyors of Kenya in a very special way. May God bless you and remember you all in your time of need.

We are grateful to the Medics, Lee Funeral Home, The Pastoral teams at Friends Church International – Ngong Road, Amalemba and Naitiri-Nakoba, The Funeral Committee, all friends, Relatives and the family who stood with us during the difficult period through prayers, presence and finances.

As it may not be possible to thank everyone individually, kindly accept our humble gratitude and prayers to God to bless you all most abundantly.

Forever in Our Hearts.

(Ruth 2: 2)

Dr Miriam Auma Okong’o


4th January, 1945 – 30th September, 2022

The family of the late Dr Miriam Auma Okong’o wishes to express sincere gratitude to all who provided comfort and gifts of time, talent and treasure as we bade farewell to our mother, grandmother, daughter, aunt, and friend. The extended family beyond Oyugis and Awendo appreciates your prayers for us at this difficult time.

We acknowledge her medical care by the teams of Drs Emmanuel Oyier, Edwin Otieno, Teresa Kinyari, and Mr David Oluoch-Olunya.

Dr Okong’o was wife of the late Prof. Owino Okong’o of Ulanda-Alego, and mother of Nora Anyango, Luke Othieno, Ochieng’ Nyanjom, Paul Okoth (and Casey), and Matthew Omondi. She was daughter of Benjamin Bwana, Belseba Odondi (both deceased), and Maritha Adongo of Oyugis, and sister of Leonora Opere, Dorcas Odhiambo (deceased), and Rhoda Odingo (deceased). Also, Joshwa (deceased), Arkipo (deceased), and Susan Bwana. She leaves behind adoring grandsons Joshua,Timothy, and Samuel.

Dr Okong’o, an alumna of Alliance Girls’ High School, was in the inaugural class of physicians trained at the University of Nairobi. She enjoyed a career in General Practice with a focus on Paediatrics, and later in Counselling, until her retirement.

Because of her confession of faith in Jesus, we do not grieve as those without hope; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. (1 Thessalonians 4: 13; Psalm 30:5)

Jennifer Waruinu Kamau


The Kamau’s family wish to appreciate all of you who stood by us as we celebrated the life of Mrs Jennifer Waruinu Kamau. We are thankful for the constant words of encouragement, financial support, prayers and your overwhelming presence.

We take this opportunity to thank all those who managed to accompany us for the send-off on October 06th, 2022. We appreciate all the Clergy and Priests who held daily prayers and masses for the family and continue to do so till today. We also thank the burial committees in Nairobi and Ikumbi, our present and past work colleagues, neighbors, school mates, church members and friends together with extended families of Mukinyi and Elisha who took time to condole with us.

Please appreciate that we are not able to name each and every individual and groups that assisted us, but it is our humble request that you accept the message as our sincere expression of gratitude.

Numbers 6:24-26 — “The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you; 26 The Lord lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace.”