Loise Ngima William


We the family of the late Loise Ngima William would like to express our heartfelt appreciation for the love, prayers, emotional and financial support received from family, friends and organisations after her passing. You brought a light and comfort to us during a difficult time and helped make Ngima’s journey to her eternal home a beautiful celebration of her life. For this we shall remain eternally grateful.

Special thanks to the funeral committees in Nairobi and Nyeri, for their tireless work in ensuring that Ngima had a beautiful farewell; and to the St. Jude and Kiamuiru Parishes (Nyeri), Our Lady of Guadeloupe Parish (Nairobi), the St Patrick’s and Assumption/All Saints Parish (Jersey City, USA) and other parishes for offering Holy Mass for Loise. We also greatly appreciate the assistance and support from the Sisters of Charity in Jersey City, N.J, U.S.A. We are grateful to the medical staff who cared for Loise during her illness, Including Dr. Mwiraria, Dr. C.J Muriithi, Dr. Kanyeki and Dr. Nyale, as well as the staff of the Mater Misericordae and Karen Hospitals. We similarly thank the Jamii Hospital for their assistance and support over the years.

“My presence shall go with you, and I will give you rest.” Exodus 33:14

Mzee John Oigara Nyandara & Monica Kemunto Oigara

In Loving Memory

Sunrise: 1934 – Sunset: 17th October 2018 & Sunrise: 1937 – Sunset: 6th October 2011

It has been two and nine years respectively since you departed from our midst, though the memories we have makes it feel like yesterday.

As we celebrate your lives today, we remember that you instilled in us the value of hard work and strength. You left behind a legacy of love, honesty and kindness to all the lives you touched.

We, the family, were and are still humbled by the overwhelming support received from the church, community, extended family and friends around the time of their passing. We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation.

May God bless you all. Dearly missed by your children, siblings, grandchildren, relatives and friends.

Sharline Mwende Munene


Sunrise: Apr 8 1993 – Sunset: Oct 4 2020

We the family of the late Sharline Mwende Munene (Prof Njenga Munene and Nganda families) thank God for the gift of her life as wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend and colleague.

We express our heartfelt gratitude and deep appreciation to relatives, friends, colleagues, neighbors, and well-wishers for your overwhelming support, prayers, visitations, expression of love and kindness shown to us during the period of sickness and bereavement. Special thanks to the medical teams at Nairobi Women’s Hospital, PCEA Kikuyu Hospital and Kenyatta National Hospital. for their dedicated care. Deep appreciation goes to many friends and relatives who availed themselves to donate blood. We are grateful to the church especially P.C.E.A. led by the Celebrant Parish Minister Rev Eutychus Gikunju. Special thanks goes to the Board of Trustees, the Council and staff of Zetech University, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Cooperatives, Gifan Enterprises Limited, Chem-Labs Limited, Kenchic Limited, Kenyatta University and ICA.P.U; Hon. Kareke Mbiuld MP Mara, Hon. Naftali Munyaka MCA Sigona ward, the National and County administration.

Our heartfelt thanks to the funeral committees in Muguga and Umoja for their hard work and ensuring an honorable sendoff for Sharline. We recognize the important role played by all our neighbors in Ika- lmwe and the larger Muguga community.

To all who we were not able to mention and you walked with us through this journey kindly receive our heartfelt appreciation. God bless us all.

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love (1 Corinthians 13:13).

Thank you all for your love.

Francis Lugendo Abuje


The family of The Late Francis Lugendo Abuje would wish to thankThe Almighty God for the gift of his life and the many special moments we shared with him.

We wish to convey our sincere gratitude to the finny individuals and organizations who stood with us during the difficult period. For the prayers, thoughts, phone calls, messages of hope, financial support and encouragement, we can never be thankful enough. Our special thanks goes to Mater Hospital, Fr. Binu of Our Lady Queen of Peace, Catholic Church, Fr. Obingo of Magombe Parish and Lee Funeral Home.

We forever remain grateful to our in-laws, neighbors, work colleagues, business associates and partners, Kanyathuon ladies, Kenyans in the Diaspora, various alumni associations who’ve always stood with us and The Rotary club of Nairobi, Langata.

Since it is not possible to individually thank everyone who stood with us, we humbly request that you accept this acknowledgment as a token of appreciation. May God bless you abundantly.

Isaiah 41:10 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.  

Nolan Alvin Omondi Odede


Sunrise: 21st November 2015 – Sunset: 23rd Sep 2020

We, the family of the late Nolan Alvin Omondi Odede, wish to thank the Almighty God for the gift of life extended to our son/brother/ cousin/ grandson for the 4 years 10 months he lived in this world.

Our most sincere gratitude and appreciation goes to our family members, friends, relatives and everyone who took time to stand by our side during the period of grief. You took time to call us for comfort; send messages loaded with condolences and encouragement- this is highly appreciated. The financial support granted to us in facilitating honorable send off to our beloved cannot be taken for granted.

Our special thanks and appreciation go to; The medical personnel, MP Shah Hospital for their efforts in trying to resuscitate Nolan’s life. The leadership & parents of both the Church and School, Parklands Baptist, came in a big way in providing spiritual, financial and emotional nourishment during our period of grief. The support from St Mary’s School came in handy as well. The Funeral Committee, Chaired by Henry Nyang’or, did a splendid job in ensuring that the funeral plans were accomplished in record time. The team mobilized resources from all our TRUE friends’ and dependable allies; something we cannot underestimate. Our excellent neighbors, Taj View Apartments, provided the requisite support during the funeral preparations.

Special mention goes to Hon James Macharia, CS Transport and Infrastructure, for his support and personal visit to the family during the time of grief. Hillside Homes Ltd and ABSA fraternity walked with us throughout the journey. Our friends from BNI Sunrise, Pearl Divas, BLE & BBE -UON Class of 99, Fortis Park, Five Star group, NHC Kileleshwa, Consumate court, Bogani Homes, Sapphire Towers and Macways were at the core of this journey.

We cannot mention all of you by name- please accept our sincere appreciation for the support. May the Good Lord richly bless you. We are sure Nolan is resting well with the Angels as we look forward to meeting with him again.

Shalom John 11:25-26

Elizabeth Kenduiywo



We, the family of the late Elizabeth Kenduiywo wish to thank our Almighty God for the life and times of our Matriarch who was promoted to glory on the 22nd September 2020.

We wish to express our sincere gratitude to family members, relatives and friends who mourned with us. Our appreciation goes to former PM Raila Odinga, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Speaker of the Senate Ken Lusaka and his National Assembly counterpart Justin Muturi and members of the Parliamentary Service Commission. We wish to thank senators led by Vihiga Senator Hon George Khaniri and members of the National Assembly led by Bomet East MP Beatrice Kones. Special thanks also goes to Bomet Governor Dr Hillary Barchok, MCAs and other staff for the great work they did during that period. We also recognize the Vihiga County government led by Governor Dr Wilbur Ottichillo, his deputy Mr Saisi, MCAs and other staff members who attended the burial ceremony. The family remains indebted to Dr Ronald Kibet, Dr Kinoti Ndege of Nairobi and medics at KNH, Tenwek and Longisa hospitals who treated our mother. Our gratitude also goes to the AGC Church led by Bishop Dr Robert Langat, pastors and members of Tendwet and Kaporuso AGC churches, as well as Rev. Joyce Orao of Kitengela ACK Church.

We also appreciate friends and colleagues at Standard Group Ltd, Chamgel FM, KRA, KICC, KCB, Mitchell Cotts among others. Our friends the Rubies and Ainras group, we thank you. Last but not least, we recognize the important role played by all our neighbors in Kaporuso village.

We may not be able to mention all of you but kindly accept this as our big thank you.

May God bless you all.

Bishop Robert M. C. Mahiri

1st Anniversary & Appreciation

Sunrise 14 February 1938 – Sunset 16 October 2019

We the family of the late Bishop Robert M. C Mahiri and the Ababurati clan appreciate your sympathy and support in journeying with us during his illness and final send off ceremony. Our special thanks to Hon. CS Dr. Fred Matiang’i, MNA Hon. Kimero Maisori (Kuria East), Hon. Mathias Robi ( Kuria West), PS Nelson Marwa, Hon. Dr. Pamela Odhiambo (Migori WMNA), Hon. Patrick Musimba, Hon Shadrack Manga, Hon Makali Mulu, other MNA, Bishop Titus Opunga & Foursquare Gospel Church, Bishop Francis Thiarara & Kiunjuri & Dandora Fellowship, Bishops/ Clergy: Dr. Gerry Kibarabara, Dr. William Abuka, David Kitonga, Arthur Kitonga, Philip Kitoto (KAG), Gibson Anduvate and ICC community, Rev. Davies Kimori, Pastor Carla, David Oginde & CITAM, Kepha Omae, John Brown Masinde and Pastor Willis Omolo. Friends & colleagues: Commissioners Naomi Wagereka & Praxedes Tororey, Njiwa, lriikomo, Charles Mwita & the Kebare Committee, Sheria Sacco, Kuria Professional Association & Abakuria community, Law Class of 88, CRJ Hon Ann Amadi, Hon Judges and legal fraternity, EPRA, KPRL, former IEBC Commissioners, Parklands Club Committee, Nuriguyo Court Neighbours, Mvera, Eastleigh HS Alumni, friends in UK and USA. Special thanks to Dr. S. K Waweru, Dr. Mwiti, Dr. Abwao, nurse Njeri and nursing staff of Mater Hospital, Samuel Obiero and David Kilisha. We are grateful to many others who gave their time, expressed their love and support to our family.

We cannot thank you enough! Allow us to humbly say Asanteni sana!! May God continue to bless you all abundantly.

“Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice!” Philippians 4:4 NIV

Beatrice Wambui Kiarie


The family of the late Beatrice Wambui Kiarie wishes to thank the Almighty God for the bountiful life of our mother, grandmother, auntie, relative and friend.

We wish to acknowledge our sincere appreciation to all our family members, relatives, friends and associates who remained in solidarity with us during the difficult period of mum’s sickness, the eventual rest and during the mourning period and final journey to rest her on 3′ October 2020. We wish to thank all the doctors and nurses who have attended to her in her long journey of life. We have doctors and nurses at Mater Hospital, Karen Hospital, Coptic Hospital and the very supportive St. Benedicts Hospital in Nyahururu.

Further we wish to thank all Churches and Clergy who have at any time served and prayed with the family and interceded for us. We appreciate our neighbors and the home Baraka PCEA Church in Matindiri and the able committee leadership in helping to organize a befitting send-off. All who participated in any way, be blessed and accept our gratitude now and always. Amen.

“A mother’s love is fashioned after God’s enduring love — It is endless and unfailing like the love of Him above.”

“May your father and mother be glad; she who gave you birth be glad!” (Proverbs 23:25)

Eng. Jerome Macharia Waribu

1st Anniversary

It’s exactly one year since Eng. Jerome Macharia Waribu went to be with the Lord and his departure left a gap that only God could fill. As we look back on the past: year, we can clearly see how God has held us together.

We, the family of Eng. Jerome, extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our family members and friends who supported us during the burial and throughout this year; we appreciate the outpouring of prayers, encouraging messages, phone calls, personal visits and financial support. You have been a demonstration of God’s love.

We would also like to specially honour and thank the various churches that upheld us during the planning and subsequent burial and continue to support us; Fr. Ng’ang’a and the entire congregation of The Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral Murang’a, CWA St. Veronica Jumuiya and all the Jumuiya’s of St. Mary’s Cathedral, St. Ann Jumuiya Komarock Phase 3A and the Komarock community, Rev. Charles and Pastor Gladys of HGC Ridgeways and all the committee members in Nairobi and Murang’a.

Words cannot express our gratitude to you all, may Almighty God reward each of you for your love and kindness.

“May everything we do as a family to advance the Kingdom of God here on earth earn you a jewel in your crown in heaven. Your legacy of diligence, love, kindness, humor, unmatched intelligence and passion shall live on through the lives you touched and the family you made. Enjoy your eternal  reward in Heaven till we meet again. We love you now and always.”

Mwalimu James Kipkorir Arap Merebu


You brought joy, happiness and laughter to all who met you; you will be sorely missed by everyone. When a person becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. Loss leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. May the road rise up to meet you and may the wind be always at your back. The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched -they must be felt with the heart. Time may pass and fade away but memories of you will always stay.

A person that departs on this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds – through us they live on. Your happiness and love will remain in our hearts. Thank you for all you did for me/us. You’ll forever live on in our memories. You were the most caring and loving father in the world. You made the world a brighter place. You will be dearly missed. Dad, though we grieve for you now, your memory will live on through us. For all the joy you gave our family, may you rest peacefully.

You were the best dad anyone could have asked for. Thank you for everything you ever did, you will forever remain in our thoughts and hearts. We would like to appreciate; • Nation media group and all other media houses • Tophill hospital Eldoret and all the Doctors who tried there best to restore Dad’s health • Family, relatives and friends. • Planning and organising committee Kimasian Location • Neighbours • Kplc Kericho