George Kimani Njoroge

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It is with profound sadness and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of George Kimani Njoroge of D.N.K hardware (retired from the American Embassy, USAID Nairobi) which occurred on 29th May 2023.

He is the loving husband to Jennifer Njeri Kimani (Formerly CBK staff). Father to David Njoroge, Judy Njoki, Damaris Watiri and Stephen Mwenda. Grandfather to Jennifer, George, Gianna, Shawn and Nicole and many more.

Beloved son to the Late John Njoroge Gathoni and the late Hannah Njoki Njoroge and the late Gaceri Njoroge.

Son in Law to the late Damaris Watiri Kigo.

Brother to the late Wanjiku Ngundo, the late Njenga, Ndungu, the late Gitau and Gathoni. Step brother to the late Gathoni, Muthithi, Njenga,Waithera, Karanja, Kimani and Githara.

Friends and family are meeting daily at his home in Kikuyu Steel Rolling Link road from 4.00pm.

The cortege will leave Montezuma Funeral Home on 7th June 2023 at .30am for a funeral service at ACK Emmanuel Kikuyu at 11.00am.There after the burial will be held at his Royal, Ndeiya Farm.

In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you remain forever. Rest in peace.

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3 replies
  1. Winnie Hinga
    Winnie Hinga says:

    Sincere condolences to the Family. I worked with George at USAID Kenya for over 10 years and he was a very good friend and hard working colleague who minded his business. Having come from the same route he would always check out on me to ensure that I am okay. If I was in Kenya I would definitely meet with the family. God rest his soul in eternal peace.

  2. Catherine Malinda
    Catherine Malinda says:

    George and I worked at USAID in the same department for 10 years. It is said that people only say good things about the dead but I cannot remember anything negative about George. He was sensitive to his colleagues and always available to assist when needed.
    Rest in peace George.


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