Waithira Gacangi Kiruthi

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of our beloved wife/mother Mrs. Waithira Gacangi Kiruthi of Rockville, Maryland, USA on Saturday October 12, 2019 after a long illness.

The funeral service will take place on Thursday October 24,20 19 from 11:15am to 1:00pm at Rockville Presbyterian Church (parking lot at rear on Harrison St.), located at 215 W. Montgomery Avenue, Rockville, Maryland 20850: The funeral procession will depart immediately following the service from Rockville Presbyterian Church to Parklawn Memorial Park located at 12800 Veirs Mill Road, Rockville, Maryland 20853 where the burial will take place. Obituary Link: https://www.colefuneral.com/notices/MrsWaithira-Kiruthi

Waithira was fond of the mission of helping children with special needs. In lieu of flowers and fundraising, please send donations in her honor to: Heshima Children’s Center in Nairobi, Kenya Website: http://www.heshima.org/support-heshima.html. Be sure to include in the comment box: “In honor of the late Mrs. Waithira Gacangi Kiruthi”.

May God let her soul rest in eternal peace.

Sarah Waigumo Kanaiya

Born: 06/05/1964 — Rested: 17/10/2019

Our beloved Sarah Christiana Waigumo Kanaiya rested at the feet of Jesus on 17th October, 2019, after a short battle with cancer.

The precious daughter of ZNB and Lilian Kanaiya of Karen. Sister of the late Bacia and of Elizabeth Nyokabi and Eva Wangari. Sister-in-law of Kamau Maina. Loving aunt of David Ndegwa.

Family and friends are meeting daily at PCEA Muteero, Karen at (5.00pm); and also at The Navigators offices on Kindaruma Road (5.30pm). The Wednesday meetings (Oct 23rd) will be fund-raisers to support the family.

Sarah’s celebration service will be at 10:30am on Friday 25th October at PCEA Muteero Church, Karen. She will be laid to rest immediately thereafter at Lang’ata Cemetery.

Rev 14:13 — Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord Jesus; for they will rest from their labour, for their deeds will follow them.

Rosemary Wangari Mbugua

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the promotion to glory of our beloved Rosemary Wangari Mbugua, on 10th October after an illness bravely fought.

Loving daughter of the late Samuel Gitau Ndirangu & Rebecca Njeri Ndirangu, and Anthony Matinidi Marandi & the late Margaret Wairimu Mbugua. Loving wife of the late Michael Marandi Mbugua. Doting mother of Tony & Jas Marandi, Sammy & Wairimu Gitau, Wairimu & Charles Cardovillis and Njeri & Duane Kithinji. Loving grandmother of Jai Marandi; Mike, Wangari and Wambui Gitau; Melissa, Christie and Alex Cardovillis; Makena and Wangari Kithinji. Loving sister of Joyce Gachbi, Stephen Muhia, Peter Miringu, John Mucheru, and the Late Joseph KariUki. A doting aunty of many.

Friends and family are meeting daily at her residence in Chuna estate Kitengela and at All saints Cathedral on Tuesday, October 22nd at 5.00pm.

The cortege will leave Montezuma Funeral home on Thursday October 24th at 9:00am for a funeral service at PCEA, Nairobi West, starting at 11:00am and burial at Lang’ata Cemetery, thereafter.

Isaiah 41: 10 Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

Rael Kerubo Momanyi

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of Rael Kerubo Momanyi.

Daughter of the late Okari Atanga and Esther Kwamboka. Wife of the late Joseph Momanyi Nyabwengi. Mother of Jackson .0mbwori, Charles Ondieki, Bonface Maraga, Erick Momanyi, George Gwoki, Jane and Gladys. Sister of Francis Nyaanga and Tabitha Moraa. Mother-in-law of Jackline Bisieri, Alice Barongo, Millicent Ondabu and Teresa Paul. Grandmother of Brian, Georginah, Eleanor, Michael, Kerubo, Patricia, Momanyi, Hellena, Kwamboka, Steve, Diana, Strzzie and Saida.

Family and friends will be meeting on Tuesday 22nd October 2019, from 5.00pm at Professional Centre Nairobi for prayers and funeral arrangements.

The cortege leaves KNH mortuary Nairobi on 24/10/2019 and burial ceremony will take place at her home in Macheachumbi on Friday 25th October 2019 from 9.00am.

In God’s hands you rest in our hearts you live forever.

Mzee Thomas Atsiaya Mudidi

We regret to announce the passing on to glory of Mzee Thomas Atsiaya Mudidi on the 14th October 1019 while undergoing medical treatment at the Kaimosi Jumuia Hospital after short illness. He was born in 1938 and died at the Age of 81 years. He was a Retired employee of The Nairobi Club where he worked for over 33 years before retiring in 1992. He was a member of the African Devine Church.

Son of the late Mzee More Mudidi Amalemba and the late Mama Mwanisa Kang’ahi Losengeli. Husband of Mama Agnes Imali Atsiaya. Father of Reuben Magoro Atsiaya (Thika), Evans Chahenza Atsiaya, Serah Kang’ahi Maleya, Solomon Angutsa Atsiaya (CEO Kenya Police SACCO), Joshua Kadenyi Atsiaya (University of Eldoret), Emmy Kigunye (Nandi Hills), Samuel Mweli Atsiaya, Pamela Lodenyi Atsiaya and Fredrick Muduya Atsiaya. Father in-law of Violet Jahenda Magoro, Albert Maleya Muganda, Jacklyne Namaemba Angutsa, Phanice Vuzigu Kadenyi, Christopher Angaya Luvusi, Everlyne Vuguza Mweli and Mercy Amagove Muduya. He had 37 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren.

Brother of the late David Kiraka Mudidi, Noah Kiguhi Losenegeli, Rabecca M’mbone Losengeli and Deina Budika. Cousin of the late John Amalemba Tsisala and Wilson Mulira Kidaguli. Brother in-law of the late Samson Keya Babu, the late Rasoha Masiza Olule, Esnas Engefu Yohana, Maria Mmboga Kimiya, Joseph Odanga Babu, the late Cathrine Kasuvo, the late Phanice Kadenge, Jane Muhonja Mahugu, Matroba Amagove Avoga and Philip Mwale Babu.

The Family and Friends are meeting on 22nd October 2019 at the Holy Family Basilica, Cardinal Otunga Annex 7th Floor and at his home Givogi Village for fundraising to help meet the burial, funeral and other incidental costs.

Burial would take place at his home in Givogi Village, Banja Vihiga County. The Cortege leaves Kaimosi Jumuia Mortuary 24th October 2019 for his home in Givogi Village, Banja where he will be laid to rest on Saturday 26th October 2019.

May the Lord rest his soul to Eternal peace

Julius Macharia Kamau (Kamande)

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the promotion to glory of Julius Macharia Kamau a.k.a Kamande (Immigration Department Nairobi) which occurred on Thursday 17th October, 2019.

Son of Mr Samuel Kamau Gachue and Loise Muthoni Kamau of Kiamara Village, Muranga County. Husband of Rosemary Wambui of National Registration Bureau HQs. Father of Mildred Muthoni, Doris Wamwirua and Brian Kamau. Grandfather of Angel Wambui. Brother of Sgt Wilson Gachue, Jane Nyambura (UoN), Peter Munyua, Alice Njeri (Ngaluyu School), Purity Waithera (Kengen) and John Mwangi. Son-in-law of Frankson Kariuki Ndabarua and Nancy Wamwirua of Mururiini village, Kirinyaga County.

Family and Friends are meeting daily from 5.00pm for prayers and funeral arrangement at his Residence in Ruai (near Gituamba PCEA Church). The Muranga fraternity will have meetings in Nairobi at Mang Hotel, 2nd Floor, Haile Selassie Avenue from Tuesday 22nd October to Thursday 24th October, 2019.

However, a general one day prayer meeting will also be held on Wednesday, 23rd October, 2019 at 5.30 pm, at ACK All Saints Cathedral grounds, valley road.

The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Funeral Home, on Friday 25th October at 9.30am for funeral service at ACK St Marks Makongeni and burial thereafter at his Ruai home.

In God’s hands you rest but in our hearts you remain forever.

Humphrey Ong’oro Ambuchi

It is with Humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of Humphrey Ong’oro Ambuchi former Inspector of police, GSU, Recce Company, which occurred on Saturday October 12, 2019, during Garissa Terrorist attack.

Beloved son of Rose Ambuchi. Beloved husband of Dorcas Chemtai Chesebe, father of Leone Masafu Ong’oro, Prudence Nasimiyu Ong’oro, Prestone Watwati Ong’oro, Brinah Tata Ong’oro, and Blessing Askuku Ong’oro. Nephew to Dr. Pr. Alex Ambuchi, Dr. Musa Ambuchi, Dr. John Ambuchi, Gibson Ambuchi, Matthews Ambuchi, Edward, Jonathan, Saulo, William, Andrew, the late Lawrence, the late Benard, the late Abel and the late Odipo, the late Roselyn, Amoit, Jackline, Margaret, Mary, Nahumicha and Anya. Brother to Emmy, Sera, Frankline Biketi (Inspector – GSU), Mwambu, Silvia, Agnes, John, the late Betty, Christine Masafu (France), Kiberenge (MMUST), late Ken, Kish, Kevin, Caleb and Ferdinand.

Family and friends are meeting daily for prayers and funeral arrangements at GSU Ruiru residence and at home Kapkoto – Cheptais, Mt. Elgon, Bungoma County.

Fundraiser shall be held on Tuesday 22/10/2019 at Nairobi Central SDA church (old sanctuary) as from 5.30pm.Your contribution in support of the family can be sent through: PAYBILL: 211085 A/C : HUMPHREY

The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Funeral Home on Wednesday 23/10/ 2019 at 8.00am for Funeral and burial service at Kapkoto village, Cheptais, on Friday 25/10/2019 as from 9.00am.

If we live, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord. Romans 14:8

Grace Wairimu Munyuthe (Retired Elder)

18/04/1952 — 16/10/2019

It is with thanksgiving and acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing on to glory of our mum on 16th October, 2019.

Beloved wife of Mr John Munyuthe Mwaniki. Loving mother of Anne Muthoni, Jennifer Wangechi, Michael Mwaniki, Irene Nyambura, Elijah Mwaniki, Jerusha Muthoni, Peter Ndoria and Lucy Wanjugu. Mother-in-law of Grace Mwaniki. Grandmother of MeliSsa and Ngigi, Carl Munyuthe, Denise Tinashe, Darryl Tirzah, Kodjo Mwaniki and Keyshia Wairimu.

Friends and family are meeting at her home in Ruai and at the PCEA Makadara Church, from 6.00pm.

Contributions towards offsetting the medical expenses can be sent to Mpesa Paybill No. (673795), Account: (Grace Munyuthe).

The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Mortuary, tomorrow at 7.00am to be followed by a funeral service at the PCEA Makadara from 10.00am. The interment will be at Lang’ata Cemetery on the same day.

Dorcas Jematia Chemng’orem

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the promotion to glory of our beloved Dorcas Jematia Chemng’orem of Kabarnet farm near Kabarak University, Nakuru which occurred on Monday, 14th October, 2019 at Nakuru War Memorial Hospital, after a long battle with cancer.

Wife of Stanley K. Chemng’orem, mother of Margaret J. Kemei, Patrick Kiprotich (U.S.A), Vincent Rerimoi, Lillian Jepkorir (USA) and Linda Jemutai (USA). Mother in Law to Peter Kemei, Brenda Jeptoo, Yvonne Khatambi and Peter Riedy. Grandmother of Sonia, Claudia, Kibet, Kiplimo, Allison, Talaa, Tanei, Cornell, Caylee, Jayden, Jade, Matia. She was daughter of the late Ex-Senior Chief Joel C. Chemirmir and the late Esther Chemirmir. Step-daughter of the late Selina and Emily Chemirmir.

Daughter-in-law of the late Joseph Toroitich C. Chemng’orem and the late Hannah Sote. Sister of the late Paul Chemirmir, the late Lisa Rotich, Hellen Boit, the late Musa Chemirmir, the late Albert Chemirmir, the late Samson Chemirmir, the late Wesley, Peninah Sigilai, the late Jane, John, Sila, Tom, the late Roselyn, the late Julia, Grace, the late Katiba, Alice, the late Roy, Billy, Antony, Fred, Mercy, George, Dick, Noah, Douglas and Raymond Chemirmir. Niece of the late Kipkosgei Chegunur and the late Timor) Kipsambu Kosgei. Aunty of Margaret, Priscilla, Jackson, Belinda, Pauline, Kibet, Evans, Wany, the late Regina, Diana, Collins, Kibiwott among others.

Sister-in-law of Joel and Florence, the late Henry and the late Agnes, Paul & Jane, the late David & Jane, Douglas & Winnie, Alice & the late Paul Sesat, Milka & the late Jackson Ruto, the late Jennifer & Edward Kipsang, the late Rhoda & the late Mbugua.

Relatives and friends are meeting daily at their home from 4:00pm for prayers and funeral arrangements.

There will be a fund-raiser today from 5:00pm at Bontana Hotel, Nakuru and Wednesday 23rd October, 2019 from 5:00pm at Ukulima Cooperative House, Nairobi. Contributions can be made through Mpesa No. 0722545688 and 0721953088.

The cortege leaves Nakuru war memorial hospital mortuary on Saturday 26th October, 2019 at 8:30am for funeral service and burial at their home at Kabarnet farm, Nakuru.

 “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race and I have kept the faith.” 2nd Timothy 4:7

Beth Wagicugu Ngiri

Sunrise: 30th May, 1940 — Sunset: 12th October, 2019

It is with humility and acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing on to glory of our beloved mum Beth Wagicugu Ngiri, which occurred on 12th October, 2019.

Daughter of the late Amos Nguu and Jessy Migwi. Wife of Ngiri Murage of Kiambungu Village, Kagumo Kirinyaga County and Co -Wife of Juliana Kariko Ngiri. Mother of Benson Wachira & Hellen Wairimu, Alice Njeri & Julius Mureithi, John Kinyua & Ann Wanjiku, Stacey Nyawira & Boniface Kagechu (Kings Commodities), Wilson Munene & Virginia Watene, Joyce Njeri, Geoffrey Karimi & the late Lucy Karimi (Geoff Academy Kagumo), Phoebe Wanjiru & Joseph Kamau Manga, Esther Njoki & James Kariuki and Lilian Nyambura. Sister of Flora Waguthii, Joyce Kaguu, Dr. Perminus Migwi (Egerton University), Prof. Edward Nguu (UoN), Judith Karuana, Julius Kaburu, Diana Wanjiku (Occidental Insurance), Beth Mbae, Lilian Nyaguthii (East African Portland). Grandmother of Vicky, Kennedy, Lilian, Ken, Janet, Alex, Eric, Joanne, Kevin, Alpha, Wanjira, Frida, the late Dennis, Daisy, Njoroge, Nyawira, Jeff, Andy, Audrey, Tracy, Angel, Myles. Great-Grandmother of Shawn, Liam, Ivy, Kimberly, Khloe.

Family and friends are meeting at Ashaki Grill-Thome Nothern By Pass after Windsor Roundabout from 5.00pm starting from Tuesday 22/ 10/2019 to Thursday 24/10/2019 and also at Kiambungu Village from 5pm daily and Mwea Ngurubani at Maguna Andu premises from 7.00pm.

Funeral will be at Kiambungu Village. The cortege leaves ACK Mt. Kenya Funeral Home Kerugoya, on Friday 25/10/2019 at 9.00am for a service to be held at her home in Kiambungu Village near Kagumo, Kirinyaga County.

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race and I have kept the Faith. — 2 Timothy 4:7-8.