Charity Muthoni Kariuki

28/11/1942 – 10/11/2016 
It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing of our belovec Charity Muthoni Kariuki which occurred on November 10, 2016 after a long illness bravely borne.
Beloved daughter of the late Patrinson Kariuki Murage and the late Damaris Wambui Kariuki.
Loving mother of George Ndegwa and the late Catherine Wambui Ndegwa, Peter Okumu and Esther Nyakinyua Okumu, Henry Roimen and the late Ras Nyaguthii Roimen.
Devoted grandmother of Muthoni Kihanya, Kirigo Ndegwa, Ndegwa Kibuthu, Jack Okumu, Jill Okumu, Mary Okumu, Mike Okumu, Dennis Roimen and Stacy Roimen.
Sister of Gladys Ngotho, John Ndiritu, Adam Wachira, Rose Nyaguthii Holman (U.K) the late Nathan Gatheru, the late Wilson Wagithu and Maggie Wanjira.
Family and friends are meeting at St.Andrew’s PCEA Church Nairobi on Tuesday15th November, Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th November from 5:30pm while prayers are also taking place daily at her home in a Outering Estate House No. 55.
Burial details wi e announced later.
“Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s willfor you in Christ Jesus” – 1 Thessalonians 5:18 

Phyllis Atiang’a Ibanda

It is with deep sorrow and acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of our beloved Phyllis Atiang’a Ibanda which occurred on November 5 2016 after a long battle with cancer.
Daughter of the late Apollo Ibanda and the late Miriam Ikadikori.
Wife of Mr Davis Chelogoi Mother of Eunice Chelogoi Toro (JKUAT), Annah Chelogoi (Stanbic Bank) and Allan Chelogoi (Nairobi).
Step mum of Dennis (USA), Sylvia, Kenneth, George and Lawrence Chelogoi.
Also mum of Moses, Aunty of Terry, Karani, Jeff, Leah, Toyi and others.
In law of the late Mr and Mrs Toro and Mr and Mrs Njogu.
Mother in law of Jacob Toro (Thika Level 5 Hospital) and Njoroge Njogu (Iberafrica), Eugene and Phyllis.
Sister of the late David, Elias, John, Ezekiel, the late Isaiah, Elly, Dina, Julia and Joseph.
Grandmother of Joseph, Tony, Steve, Catherine, Dan, Davis, Victor, Miriam among others.
The body is lying at Umash funeral home.
There will be a requiem mass at Umash Funeral Home, Mbagathi Road, tomorrow Tuesday November 15, 2016 from 8am.
She will be laid to rest on Wednesday November 16 2016 at her home in Sikhendu (Kitale)
“Whoever dwells in the shelter of the most  high will rest in the shadow  of the might”
 
Rest in Peace Mum

Charles Kiusya Mbindo

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing on of our beloved father Charles Kiusya Mbindo which occurred after a short illness at Kenyatta National Hospital on 5/11/2016. Son of the late Mbindo Mutua and late Mary Mumbe Mbindo.
Husband of the late Annah Mukai Kiusya, Diana Nduvee Kiusya, Rhoda Katuki Kiusya, Ruth Kaluki Kiusya, Francisca Nyivu Kiusya.
Brother of Mwinza Kamosu, late Mwikali Mulee, Kambua Vanaa, late Mwanzwii Mbindo, late Makovu Mbindo, late Ngui Mbindo and the late Kimanthi Mbindo.
Father of the late Kasuni Kiusya, late Mbete Kiusya, late Saidi Kiusya, Ruth Jeremy, Mary Kiusya, Priscilla Musyoka, David Kiusya, Esther Wambua, George Mutiso, late All Kiusya, Magdalena Sammy, late Lena Komu, Mathew Kiusya, Stella John, Emma Ali, Beth Kasyoka, Thomas Kiusya, Musyoka Kiusya, Bendetta Nzuve, Jayne Shouphen, Dorcas Lill, Maurine Musyoki, Emily Kioko, Irene Kiusya, Laurine Kiusya, Johnstone Kiusya, Brandly Kiusya, late Katuni Kiusya, Janet Wanzila Kiusya,Yvonne Mumbe and Mwikali Kiusya. Grandfather of 89 and great-grandfather of 39.
Friends and relatives are meeting daily from 5pm at Garden Square, Nairobi for fundraising and funeral arrangements.
The Cortege leaves Montezuma Funeral home on Friday 18/11/2016 for burial on Saturday 19/11/2016 at his home Itukisya Ndia Irrigation Farm (INIFA), Kanyungu Village, Kibwezi Division.
“Grief is the last act of love we have to give to those we loved. 
 Where there is deep grief there was deep love.”
In God’s arms you rest in our hearts you live forever.

Godfrey Wairegi Karuri

17/11/1942 – 13/11/2011

5th Anniversary

A fountain of knowledge and always an inspiration.
Remembering you is easy. Missing you is a heartache that never goes away.
You are sadly missed by: Your dear wife Jelioth Karuri, Children Cynthia & Sven Kropac, Lilian & Francis Magero, Geci & Gaamangwe Sebina, Pauline & Demond Saunders, David & Leah Karuri, your lovely grandchildren, your mother Esther Wangui, extended family and friends.
2 Corinthians 5:1 For we know that if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed, we have a building from God, an eternal house in heaven, not built by human hands.  

MAMA EVA PRISCILLA MBOTELA MUMANYI

 06/01/193302/11/2016 
We regret to announce the death of Mama Eva Priscilla Mbotela Mumanyi, which occurred at the Coast General Hospital on 2nd November 2016.
Daughter of the late Tom Mbotela and the late Mama Grace Mbinya Mbotela of Frere Town, Kisauni – Mombasa. Wife of the late Mzee Arnold Joseph Mumanyi. Loving mother of the late Serah, the late Grace, Caroline (USA), the late Mildred, Tom (USA) and Annie (ICRC). Step mother of Martin, the late Andrew, the late David and Charles. Sister to Annie, the late Lilly, the late Mercy, the late Frere, Gladys, the late Dorcas, Victoria, Florence and the late Fridah. Niece to the late James, the late Walter, the late John, the late David, the late Beatrice Noah Hill, the late Jonah, the late Lawrence and the late Charles Mbotela. Auntie to James Olulu, Mitchel Uledi and Doris among others. Cousin to Leonard Mambo Mbotela, Denis, Jimmy, Eliza, Charles, Joe Tsola and Olive among others. Sister-in-law to Uledi, Naswa, Chadhoro, Donald Muthengi (Athi River), Nundu, Wambi, the late Andrew Nyamwaro, Ambrose Nyankerania and Lucas Omanga (Athi River) among others. Loving grandma to Lilly, Sammy (Canada), Tom, Mitchel, Arnold Washo, Sarah, Lembus (Germany), Arnold Kazungu Ngao, Robert Alister, Ezekiel, Dorothy (Rome), Bessie, Shirley, Tom Jnr, Hamid (Didi) Kevin (USA), Dominic and Stephanie among many others. Mother-in-law to Jimmy Washo, the late Chris Nafwa, Fladdy Katende, Marie Mbilu, Jude Boy, Mary Martin, Mary Moraa, Millicent Olulu among others.
In-law to the Washos, the Drurys, the Boys, Maj. Gen. (Rtd.) E. S. Mbilu among others. Sister, Auntie, niece, grand-mother and great grand-mother to many.
Family and friends are meeting daily at her home at Hadija Estate, Kisauni Mombasa for funeral arrangements. A final meeting to assist the family meet the medical bill and funeral expenses, will be held tomorrow Tuesday 15th November, 2016 at the All Saints Cathedral meeting hall starting 5pm.
The cortege leaves Jocham Funeral Home on Saturday 19th November 2016 at 8.30 am for a stop-over at her home, Hadijah Estate Kisauni for prayers and viewing.
A requiem mass shall be held at ACK Emmanuel Church – Kengeleni starting 12.30 pm. The burial shall be at the family corner at Frere Town Cemetery, Kisauni at 3 pm on the same day. Mpesa contributions may be sent to Annie Mumanyi Tel. No. 0722 776 188
 
MAY THE ALMIGHTY REST HER SOUL IN ETERNAL PEACE 

Mrs. Jennifer Gikui Kioni

It is with profound sadness and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing on of Mrs. Jennifer Gikui Kioni on 9th November 2016 after a long illness bravely borne. 
Daughter of the late Rev. Canon Ephantus Waithaka and the late Elizabeth Njahira. Beloved wife of the late Stephen Joseph Kioni, founder Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT). Beloved mother of George Kahugu Kioni, Waithaka Kioni, Kinya Kioni (Doc), Mbari Kioni (Advocate), Elizabeth Njahira Kioni (Texas), Margaret Wanjiru Kioni-Kinyanjui, Mary Wanjiru Kinyanjui (Texas), and the late James Thiongo Kioni and Edward Mungai Kioni. Much loved mother-in-law of Gathoni Kahugu, Rosemary Waithaka, Emmah Kinya and Kinyanjui Mwaniki. Sister of Florence Wambui Mwangi, Patricia Muthoni, Beatrice Nyokabi Gichuhi and the late James Thiong’o, Daniel Kamau, Emily Wanjiru, Rosemary Wanjiku, David Mugithi, Samuel Njoroge, Mary Magiri Muchai and Jane Njambi Gitahi.
Family and friends are meeting daily from 6pm at the Holy Family Basilica and at the Sagas Hotel on Thika Road as well as at her residence in Kiamwangi Village, Gatundu South. The cortege leaves Montezuma Funeral Home on Friday 18th November 2016 at 8am for a funeral service at Saint Theresa Catholic Church in Kiamwangi at 12 noon and thereafter the burial at her Kiamwangi village residence. 
In God’s hands you rest in peace. In our hearts you live forever. “Blessed are those who, die in the Lord” 

Francis Odwesso Ayimba

Today (November 12, 2016) painfully marks one year since you crossed over to eternity. It still feels like it all happened yesterday! Ever since you left, not a moment of time passes by without us thinking of you. We think of you when we have happy moments and we think of you when we are sad. We remember and cherish the good times we enjoyed with you, the lessons you taught us, the legacy of love and strong family values you instilled in us. Our hearts are ripped when we remember the golden person that you were and it crushes us to remember that you are gone. Gone from us. As a family we are comforted by the knowledge that you have found eternal rest and are now free from this mortal body that failed you. We are privileged to have had you as a pillar of strength in our lives, and you will forever be engraved in our hearts.
Sing with the angels, beloved Franja, till we meet again someday.
Fondly and affectionately remembered by your wife Norah (Nookie), children Dr Marsha, Kevo, Pato, your dad Solomon Ayimba, your brother and sisters, and your entire family.
#Franjaforeverinourhearts
“I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believes in me, though he were dead, yet shall be alive” – John 11:25

David Wanjala Welime

Always in our Hearts

February 2, 1937 – November 13, 2006 

Papa, it’s now a decade since you parted from us, yet it seems like only yesterday.
Educating us and the strong values you imparted in us have kept a close-knit family and your legacy will live forever.
Some of your grandchildren are now grown and fondly recount the times you shared, BOSS.
When days are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong, we seem to hear you whisper “Cheer up and carry on”. Each time we see your picture, you seem to smile and say, Don’t cry I am in God’s keeping, we’ll meet again some day.
Fondly remembered by your wife Margaret, children Peter, Serah, Allan and June, Judy and Edward, Emily and Azariah, Nick & Catherine, John, Mebo & Louis, Erick & Nancy, Steve & Brenda, Betty, Manaseh, grandchildren, brothers & sisters, friends & relatives.
Rest in peace papa. 
We thank God, upon every remembrance of you; Philippians 1:3

 

Flora Amulabu Otsyeno

11th Anniversary 

Mama 11 years have passed since you left us to join God the almighty.
Life has not been the same without you but God has seen us through.
The gap you left will always be with us.
We take comfort in the good memories we have of you because you were a blessing to us.
Sadly missed by your children relatives and friends

Malcolm Mwanga Otuoma

Sunrise 16th October 1997 – Sunset 11th November 2016 
It is with deep sorrow and profound shock that we announce the promotion to glory of our Loving son Malcolm Mwanga Otuoma, who until his death was a first year student at JKUAT Karen campus (BBIT) Department. Former student of Riara Road Primary (2004 – 2011) and Nairobi School (2012- 2015).
Son of Hon. Dr Otuoma Paul Nyongesa MP Funyula Busia County and Mrs Cellina Mbaabu Otuoma (Mwanga Agrovet, Kisumu).
Brother of Angela Otuoma. Grandson to the late Chrispinus Nyongesa Otuoma’s family of Bunandi village Busia County and the late Mzee Erastus Mbaabu’s family of Maua in Igembe Sub County Meru County.
Funeral arrangements meeting and prayers will be taking place at United Kenya Club from 5.30pm Monday 14th November to Wednesday 16th November 2016. There will be a fundraiser on Wednesday 16th November 2016 at UKC starting at 5pm to help offset medical and funeral expenses.
There will be a requiem mass at Holy Family Basilica on Thursday 17th November at 2pm. Burial will take place on Saturday 19thNovember 2016 at Bunandi village Funyula Constituency Busia county.
 
In God’s hands you rest, but in our hearts you remain forever