Charles Ngari Ngugi

Appreciation

We, the family of the late Charles Ngari Ngugi would like to express out gratitude and appreciation for the expression of love, kindness, thoughtful gestures, prayers, phone calls, financial support and messages of encouragement that were bestowed amongst us during our bereavement.

His life, love and kindness indeed touched and left an indelible mark in many hearts.

We are immensely grateful to the entire funeral committee for their dedication during this period.

Our heartfelt appreciation goes to PCEA Thathua Church, Gospel Outreach Ministries Church in Nyeri, CITAM Nyeri for providing spiritual nourishment as we laid Charles to rest.

Since it is not possible to thank everyone individually, it is our humble request that you accept this acknowledgement as a symbol of our appreciation.

Your presence and acts of kindness will forever be written in our hearts.

Thank you and may our almighty God bless you abundantly.

Architect Nguyo Ngibuini

APPRECIATION

We, the family of the late Architect Nguyo Ngibuini, thank the Almighty God for his life.

He was a great son, husband, father, grandfather, guardian and friend to many.

His life, love and kindness indeed touched and left a permanent mark on many hearts.

Our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to all relatives, friends, colleagues, neighbours and well wishers for your amazing moral, material, financial and spiritual support during his illness and promotion to glory.

Special thanks to the PCEA Thindigua Church led by Reverend Silas Baabu, PCEA Unjiru Church, medical staff at Nairobi Hospital, the planning committee in Nairobi, and all those who participated in one way or another in the facilitation of the funeral service and burial that was held on the Monday 4th January 2021.

Since we cannot thank you all individually, our humble request is that you accept this as our sincere appreciation.

God bless you all.

John 14:3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself; that where I am, there you may be also.

Moses Karunji Kabugi

3rd October, 1946 – 27th November, 2020

We the family of the Late Moses Kabugi Karunji, would like to express our gratitude and appreciation for the expression of love, kindness, thoughtful gestures, prayers, phone calls, financial support and messages of encouragement that were bestowed upon us during our bereavement.

We appreciate the support received in organising and facilitating a fitting send off for our beloved Dad.

We are immensely grateful to the entire funeral committee for their dedication during this period.

We wish to convey our sincere gratitude to the doctors, nurses & staff at Coptic Hospital.

Our heartfelt appreciation goes to St. Mark’s ACK Church, lgwe for providing spiritual nourishment as we laid our father to rest. Since it isn’t possible to thank everyone individually, it is our humble request that you accept this acknowledgment as a symbol of our appreciation. Your presence and acts of kindness will forever be written in our hearts. Thank you & may our almighty God bless you abundantly.
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David Theuri

We, the family of the late David Nderu, would to thank the Almighty God for the gift of his life and the time we shared with our beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, colleague and friend.

Our sincere and heartfelt gratitude goes to our extended family, friends and colleagues who took the time to condole with us through prayer, visits and financial generosity during the funeral arrangements and burial.

We would also like to thank the management and staff of Auto Ancillaries Limited and Sarova Hotels, who supported us with the funeral arrangements. I

n a special way, we wish to thank Fr. John Kathobia, Fr, Francis Githinji, Fr, Moses Kagunya, Rev. Joyce Kariuki and the Kerugoya Community who ensured David’s final Journey was in accordance with his faith in God.

We further thank the doctors and staff at Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi, particularly Prof. Malkit S. Riyat and Dr. Anne Mwirigi, who attended to David until he left us on 13th November, 2020.

We would also like to deeply appreciate Mrs Nester Theuri who supported David’s nursing care at home. As it is not possible to thank each and every one of you individually, please accept our deepest appreciation for your kindness and support.

Our beloved David, we miss you and love you dearly. Your great legacy lives on.

Eternal rest grant unto him oh Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him.

I have fought the good fight to the end; I have run the race to the finish; I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7

Mary Wanjiku Wathua

Sunrise:26/11/1946 – Sunset: 30/11/2020

We the Family of the late Mary Wanjiku Wathua are eternally grateful to God Almighty for His Faithfulness.

We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to our relatives, friends and colleagues for the overwhelming support you accorded us during our beloved’s illness to the day we laid her to rest.

As a family, our hearts have been comforted, uplifted and have found solace in your words of love and encouragement.

Our special vote of thanks to Dr. Fredrick Bukachi of the Heart Centre Nairobi, Dr. Ayunga of Galaxy Medical Centre, Thika, the entire medical team and specialists who worked closely to monitor and treat Mum in Thika Nursing Home, M.P. Shah Hospital, Karen Hospital, Vineyard Hospital and Coptic Hospital.
It will be remiss of us not to mention the many friends, relatives and neighbours who graced our beloved’s send off.

Our special appreciation goes to the entire clergy led by ACK Thika Diocese Bishop Rt. Reverend Julius Wanyoike, St Andrews ACK Cathedral Church Thika Provost Very Rev. Stephen K. Nduati, Very Rev. Kuria Wanyoike, Rev. John Kibicho, Rev. Catherine Kuria, Rev. Virginia of Gakoe, Mothers Union of ACK St Andrew’s Cathedral Thika, UTI/Kiboko Prayer Group, Mutumia Ngatha and Kiboko Estate Residents, Hands of Compassion JCC Parklands, Chrisco Church, for their constant prayers, overwhelming support and visits to the family throughout this journey.

Our special gratitude goes to Hon. Joshua Toro, Hon. George and Jean Muhoho and close family members for the great diligence in ensuring we all gave our beloved a befitting send-off.

We may not mention all by names but we are truly appreciative of your relentless support.

May the Lord richly bless you all and may He answer you speedily In your hour of need.

 

Charles Mwiti Alexander Muthamia

APPRECIATION

We the family of the late Alice & Alexander Magiri Muthamia, wish to express our gratitude to the almighty God for the time and life we shared with our late beloved Bro, Husband, Dad and Grandpa – Charles Mwiti.

We further express our appreciation to all our relatives & friends, the Silver Group, Lozenges Group, Charles business colleagues, Neighbours, our In-laws and the greater Muthamia family both within and in the Diaspora, for their expression of love, kindness, prayers, moral & financial support as well as messages of condolences and encouragement that were bestowed upon us during our time of grief.

We sincerely thank Meru County government led by his Excellency the Governor Kiraitu Murungi, the Meru Senator, the area MP, MPs, MCAs, Administration, and the Business community who supported us in various ways and graced the final repose.

We are futher grateful to all the Doctors, Nurses and Caregivers at the Nairobi Hospital, who tirelessly attended to our beloved Mwiti during his time of sickness and admission.

We also wish to thank the staff of Lee Funeral Home and the Nairobi and Meru funeral committee’s for the exemplary work they did in ensuring we give our “Charlie Boy” a befitting send off.

Our heartfelt appreciation further goes to Pastor’s and the Church fraternity of Don Bosco Shrine, Lavington United Church led by the Nairobi MCK Synod Bsp Rev John Maromba and Kain’ginyo MCK Church Rev Gerald Mungania for providing spiritual nourishment during his sickness, funeral memorial service and at his final Interment at home in Meru.

Since it’s not possible to thank each and everyone individually who stood with us, it is our humble request that you accept this acknowledgment as a symbol of our appreciation.

Your presence and acts of kindness will forever be ingrained In our hearts. May the almighty God bless you all abundantly.

Ecclesiastes 7:2 It Is better to go to the house of mourning than to go to the house of feasting, for that is the end of every man & the living will take it to heart & solemnly ponder its meaning

FRANCIS KIRUNGIE NGATIA

We, the family of the late Francis Kirungie Ngatia, would Iike to extend our heartfelt appreciation to all who have walked this difficult journey with us, since the demise of our beloved Francis.

Our gratitude goes out to all the doctors, nurses, hospital staff and medical fraternity at The Nairobi Hospital who worked tirelessly to ensure that Francis got the best medical care.

A special thanks to Dr. David Silverstein and his team and Dr. Reuben Okioma. Special thanks to Mr. Kibathi Mbugua, the MC, who stepped in from the moment we received the news about Francis’ demise and who has continued to give the family moral support and encouragement to date.

To the planning committees In Nairobi led by Karen Mwalo and in Nembu led by Hilary Mburu, we cannot thank you enough for your tireless work and commitment to planning a befitting send off for Francis.

We would also like to sincerely thank Queen of Peace, Nembu Catholic Church led by Father Peter Mbugua, for ensuring Francis’ final journey was in accordance with his faith In God.

We would also like to thank Rev. Joyce Wanjiru Kariukl for walking with the family during the days that Francis was unwell and the continued spiritual support to the family.

We cannot forget our extended family, friends, colleagues and well-wishers in Nembu, Nairobi and across the world who reached out to the family in person and through social media.

We are eternally grateful for the visits, comforting messages, phone calls, financial support and most importantly, your prayers.

As it is not possible to mention everyone individually, please accept our deepest and heartfelt appreciation for your kindness and support.

Last but not least, we thank the Almighty God for the wonderful years we spent with Francis.

Blessed are those who die In the Lord for they will rest from their hard work and their good deeds will follow them.’ (Revelations 14:13)

James Njuguna Maina (Jaymo)

We, Ambui a mbari a Ngondi would like to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt gratitude to the Almighty God for the life we shared with the late James Njuguna Maina (Jaymo).

We would like thank the clergy of ACK, Holy Spirit the Comforter, Mwihoko, led by Rev. Joseph Wanjohi.

The loss of our beloved James Njuguna Maina (Jaymo) was difficult but we drew strength and comfort from your emotional, spiritual and moral support. We would also like to extend our utmost appreciation to the Comphy Committee led by Gregory Mburu of Shelterways Properties and their able secretary Peter Maina, together with the Githurai 45 Family led by Virginia Kago and all friends of the late Jymo who contributed financially and in kind.

We also extend our profound thanks to relatives, friends of the family, well-wishers and neighbours who supported the family in various ways.

We also wish to thank those who prepared his final resting place.

Whereas we may not be able to mention everyone by name, we humbly request that you accept this appreciation as our sincere and deepest gratitude for the role that you played. God bless you abundantly.

Jymo in God’s hands you rest and forever you will remain in our hearts

 

Magdaline Wambui Kimani

Appreciation

We the family of the late Mrs. Magdaline Wambui Kimani (Sunbird/Pleasant View Schools), would like to express our gratitude and appreciation for the expression of love, kindness, thoughtful gestures, prayers, phone calls, condolence messages, financial support and messages of encouragement that were bestowed upon us during our bereavement.

We appreciate the support received in organising and facilitating a befitting send off for our beloved mum.

We are immensely grateful to all doctors, nurses, home care givers (Her daughters and Rachael) and helpers that attended to mum during her sickness.

Our heartfelt appreciation goes to Pastor Stephen Ndabi, Rev. Hezekiah Muraya, Rev. Wathure, Rev. Cecily, Rev. Nahashon, Pastor Levis, Pastor Muriithi, Apostle Karanja and all clergy from various churches; for providing spiritual nourishment during her sickness, during the daily services held in memory of the late Mrs. Magdaline Wambui Kimani and during her final send off.

Since it is not possible to individually thank everyone who stood with us, it’s our humble request that you accept this acknowledgement as a symbol of our appreciation.

Your presence and acts of kindness will forever be written in our hearts. We thank you profusely.

May Almighty God bless you all abundantly.

We wish you all Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

Dr Stephen Mogusu

Appreciation

We the family of the late Dr. Stephen Mogusu who was laid to rest on 21.12.2020,take this opportunity to thank Almighty God for helping us to accord Dr. Stephen a befitting send off.

Our heartfelt appreciation and thanksgiving goes to H.E Hon. James Ongwae, Governor-Kisii County, his leadership, CS Hon Lumumba, Hon. Amisi, MCA-Nyakoe ward, Hon Pius Abuki, Edna Kangwana, CEC-Administration, Dr. Okibo CEC-Roads. We also thank uncle Nicholus (USA), Hon. Onyonka, MP-Kitutti Chache South, Doctors and staff of Komorock Modern Healthcare, Machakos UHC and staff, KU Hospital staff, KTRH medics, INKA. medics, Mancave medics,The UoN 2018 Medics, entire leadership of KMPDU.

The Nairobi committee led by Stephen Matoke, Isaac and Dr. Joan, Kisii team led by Pr. Samani & Dr. Moenga, Pastor Miyienda of South Kenya Conference, Nyanchwa District SDA Elders, especially Milimani church members led by Pastor Ototo, Nyatieko SDA District church particularly Bogeka and Iranda churches led by Pastor Saisi. Lenana School Alumni, Genesis preparatory staff, Getembe Primary School staff, Iranda Primary School Management and the County Director of Education Kisii and many more that we have not mentioned.

*Ecclesiastes 7:2 It is better to go to the house of mourning than to go to the house of feasting, For that Is the end of every man, & the living will take it to heart & solemnly ponder its meaning.*G6