Samuel Mutunga Nzioka

The family of Samuel Mutunga Nzioka ‘Uncle Sam’ want to express our gratitude to all those who assisted spiritually, physically and financially in the funeral arrangements in the burial of the late Samuel Mutunga Nzioka ‘Uncle Sam’.

Special thanks to the Son Makau, Samuel’s siblings Jonah, Peter, Rose and Mbithi with their families, nephews, nieces, cousins, The Kasoa family, Princess Farida Family, Mzaire Family and all other relatives, A.I.C. church Kathekai, all involved Pastors, funeral committees, ‘The Bulls’ Mashabik committee, T. Tot committee, Uncle Sam hardware staff, catering services for the excellent planning and execution. We also want to thank Umash funeral home and Sanlam insurance company LTD. Special thanks to the Chief and County government of Machakos.

It’s impossible to name all those who stood with us during this difficult time. Please accept this as acknowledgment of our deep appreciation. May God truly bless u all.

“Uncle Sam in God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever”


Jennifer Saghe Righa

 8/3/1994 – 19/10/2018

1st Anniversary

Days, weeks and months have today turned into a year since the Lord took you in His arms to be home with Him. Our hearts continue to hurt as we no longer hear your beautiful songs, feel your kindness and touch, see your joyous smiles, love and your warm embrace to all. Although you are no longer in our lives, you are permanently engraved in our hearts.

You are fondly missed by your Parents, Siblings, Nephews, Nieces, Aunties, Uncles, Cousins, Colleagues, Classmates and Friends.

As a family, we extend our deepest appreciation to all who walked with Jenny all throughout her sickness and all who stood by us in the provision of material and moral support that ensured Jenny got a befitting send-off. Kindly accept our big ‘Thank You’ and, may the Almighty God bless you abundantly!

In God’s hands Jenny, you Rest In Everlasting Peace. In our hearts Baby Girl, you live forever!

Psalms 147:3 He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds.

Catherine Achieng Okech


We the family of John R. Okech wish to express our profound and heartfelt appreciation to relatives, friends, colleagues and well-wishers who stood with us in prayer and supported us both materially and financially during Mama Catherine Achieng’ Okech’s extended illness and as we prepared to lay her to rest.

We wish to appreciate the health professionals who cared for Mama Catherine: Dr Were of Oasis Hospital, Awendo who first diagnosed Mama Catherine’s condition, Dr Gladwell Kiarie and Dr Joseph A. Aluoch of Nairobi Hospital together with all the medical personnel and support team. We appreciate the warmth and round-the-clock support that we received. To the Nurses who looked after Mama Catherine at home: Consolata Ogola, Faiza Nyauru and Jane Baraza, Thank you for making Mama’s final days comfortable and dignified.

To those who looked after Mama Catherine’s spiritual wellbeing, Fr. Paul, Chaplain, Nairobi Hospital, Fr. Anthony and Fr. Siracus of Rapogi Parish, we say, Asante Sana. To Mama Catherine’s spiritual colleagues, Catholic Women’s Association (CWA), St. Monica Rapogi Church and Kuna Small Christian Community.

Finally, but not least, to all those who worked tirelessly to ensure Mama Catherine received a befitting farewell: the Leadership and Members of the Funeral Committees, both in Nairobi and Kuna village, the mourners who kept the family company and graced us with their presence when we finally laid Mama to rest.

Asanteni sana and God bless you.

God is good all the time and all the time God is good, and that is His nature.

James Njuguna Murugi


We the family of the late James Njuguna Murugi wish to express our heartfelt and sincere gratitude to our relatives, friends, colleagues, neighbors and well wishers for the over whelming support following the passing on of our beloved son, brother, cousin, and nephew on 23rd September, 2019. We were deeply touched and encouraged by your prayers, messages of comfort and condolences, visits, material and financial support during the period of bereavement.

Our appreciation to the several funeral committees that immensely contributed to the befitting send off. Our special thanks to the doctors and care givers who attended our Dear James at both Muranga and Nairobi Hospital. We particularly thank most sincerely the leadership and members of P.C.E.A. Mbogoini and Muranga Churches as well as management and co-workers of Mentor Sacco.

Many stood with us and since it is not individually possible to thank you, kindly accept this message as our acknowledgment of our sincere appreciation. Thank you for your love.

May the Almighty God bless you all

Anne Mogoi Birundu


We, the family of the Late Anne Mogoi Birundu wish to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude for the enormous outpouring of support we received during this time of our great loss of our beloved daughter and sister who passed away on 10th March 2019.

Special thanks go to the Ethiopian Airlines and to the Government of Kenya, represented by CS James Macharia, PS Esther Koimett and Ambassador Catherine Mwangi together with her office in Ethiopia. We recognise and appreciate the assistance given by several groups among them, BOKU University (Austria), PAUWES, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, BCC members, Kyeni Girls School, and Engineers professional colleagues.

Special appreciation goes to the Bishops and Clergy of The Nairobi International Lutheran Congregation, and Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya at ltierio and Kerina who led the memorial services. We are immeasurably thankful to family members, friends, neighbours and well-wishers who stood with us through their prayers, visits, spiritual, moral and financial support. You all made the journey bearable and we will forever be grateful to you. Finally, we thank the dedicated funeral committee in Nairobi chaired by Ben Sakawa.

As it may not be possible to thank all of you individually, kindly accept this as our acknowledgement and appreciation, may your kindness be rewarded abundantly by God Almighty.

We will be laying to rest, positively identified remains of Anne Mogoi Birundu, today, Tuesday 15th October 2019 at a private function in her rural home.

Rest in Peace, Anne.

Josephine Wanjiru Mbaka


We, the family of the late Josephine Wanjiru Mbaka, widow of the late Ephraim Mairani Mbaka, would like to thank you most sincerely for comforting and supporting us through this difficult season of bereavement. We give thanks to God the Almighty for giving us our remarkable mum for so many years.

Thank you for praying with us, visiting with us, for financial and in-kind support and for attending the memorial and funeral services. You have been amazing, making our burden lighter and our grief easier to bear. For all that, we are forever indebted to you. At a time like this, it is not possible to thank everyone individually.

Please kindly accept our heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you for taking the time off your busy schedules to condole with us and support us.

God will not forget your labour of love (Hebrews 6 vs 10)

Florence Mumbi Macharia


We the family of Florence Mumbi Macharia, Keguro, Sonny, Shiru and Kui, together with our children would like to appreciate and thank all those who took care of mum, contributed and made it possible to give her a wonderful send off.

In particular we would like to appreciate: Rev. Njeru, Rev. Nguyo and Rev. Karanja of Loresho Community PCEA Church and all the other pastors who ministered to us during this time. Dr. Jane Miano for your kind words of wisdom and the advice you accorded us, Nyawira Miano for keeping a close eye on Keguro, Dr. Jean Kagia and Nairobi Hospital staff, Doctors and staff members of Fortis hospital India, Dr. Nancy Kunyiha of Aga Khan hospital, Dr. Davey (Meditest clinic) and staff at MP Shah hospital for the incredible care accorded to mum, Dr. Chacha for being her strong tower and praying with her even as you carried out your procedures, Sister Wambui, Mrs Mau, (fondly referred to as “Aunty porridge”), for your constant supply of porridge, Mrs. Nellius Kariuki for the constant supply of fresh farm produce, Mrs. Jane Kariuki, Mrs. Muriithi, Mrs, Njoroge, Mrs Kamau, Mrs. Gichaga, Mr & Mrs Gitau, for your constant unwavering visits, Loresho worship team for singing and praying with mum, Loresho community church as a whole, Golden ladies and Circle of Hope, Women’s Guild Community, led by Esther Macharia — Amazing women of God we thank-you, Aunty Njeri (Mum’s sister and Aunty Kui (mums’ sister in law, ) mum’s close friends who kept her amused with shared experiences, Sonny’s ‘boys ‘ who were always there protecting us, all our friends and relatives who stood by us and comforted us and last but not least, to our awesome brother Keguro, who selflessly gave of himself to mum to ensure that she was always well taken care of and given the best comfort possible — we thank-you. God bless you all abundantly.

It is only in the harsh times that we really know what true love is.

Fare thee well Mum, we will see you on the other side.

Proverbs 23: 10-11 – Do not move an ancient boundary stone or encroach on the fields of the fatherless, for their Redeemer is strong; He will take up their case against you.

Esther Waithera Kiarie

Thank You!

The Family of the late Esther Waithera Kiarie would like to thank the almighty God for the wonderful life he gave to her and for the opportunity to be part of her journey here on earth and more so the grace, strength and provision during this very hard time .

Special thanks to the Deliverance Church Kahawa Sukari and Pastor Wangombe, Gospel Tabernacle Church Dandora and Bishop Maweu, the Marsabit Neighborhood fellowship, the Home cell fellowship and Deliverance church women fellowship for your immense support and for being pillars of strength during this trying time.

We would also like to thank Abegal, Sunday , Ejasha, Peaceful and Ushindi groups for walking this journey with Esther and ensuring she got a befitting sendoff.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude, love and appreciation to all our relatives, friends, neighbors and well-wishers for the prayers, overwhelming support both moral and financial that you provided during this period. Thank you and may God bless each one of you.

Mum, we will always treasure the memories hedged in our hearts and cherish the lessons learnt. We loved you then, we love you now and will always do.

May God bless you all.


Muringo Muriithi

In Loving Memory

It has been a year since your passing on, and the memory is still fresh in our hearts. You were a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, sister, auntie and friend to many. And although we miss you greatly, we know God has you in His arms, for nothing loved is ever lost.

The entire family of Ambassador Geoffrey K. Muriithi would like to extend our deepest appreciation to all who have stood by us and given their support since Mum’s passing.

Prayers and the unveiling of the cross will be held at the family home in Kirinyaga County on Saturday 12th October 2019 beginning at 11a.m

“Blessed are those who die in the Lord… for they will rest from their hard work; for their good deeds follow them!” Revelations 14: 13


Mr Stanley C. Muchiri, EBS

1st Anniversary/Memorial

Dad, one year has passed since you departed from us to be with the Lord. Words can’t express what you mean to us. Even though you are gone, you are and will always be in our thoughts and in our hearts. You left us beautiful memories and your love is still our guide. We are truly grateful.

Fondly missed by your wife Jerusha, children Agnes & Charles, Jane, Charlene & Moses, Wanja & Rufus and Judy & James as well as your grandchildren Tasha, Keisha, Trevor, Telma, Tuell, Muthoni, Muchiri, Darrell and Dalya, relatives & friends.

There will be a memorial service in his remembrance and to unveil the cross on Saturday 5th October, 2019 at our home in Kamahuha, Murang’a county starting at 12 noon.

The family would like to thank all those who stood by us and supported us. May the Almighty God grant you favour and bless you.

“May he grant you your heart’s desire and fulfill all your plans”. Psalms 20:14