It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the sudden passing on of John Mark Leshao Kasero of Nairragie-Enkare, Narok East sub-county, Narok County, following a long illness bravely borne.
He was born on 01 March, 1945 in Nairragie-Enkare, Narok East sub-county, Narok County, to the late Josephat Oloipiripiro Kasero and the late Martha Wangare Kasero. Son-in-law to the late Mungai wa Mukabi and The the late Njeri Mungai.
He was a loving husband to Mrs Loyce Wanjiku Leshao. Father to Antony Salaon Leshao, Eva Sialo Pere, Phyllis Naisiae Maleche, the late Eric Lemayian Leshao and Angela Nasieku Melita. Father-in-law to Eunice Kiondo Salaon, Johnston Pere, Timothy Maleche and Melita ole Ndilay.
Brother to Grace Koyiet, the late Jonathan Kasero, the late Leah Kotikot, the late Hellen Silantoi, Sammy Sarbabi Kasero, Jane Kashu and Mary Lemayian. Step-brother to Joyce Dominic, Jane Tiampati, the late John Ntinayio, Suyianka Kasero, Nabiki Kesuuna and Nancy.
Grandfather to Natasha Nashipae Salaon,Trevor Lemayian Leshao Salaon, Sandra Naisula Salaon, Keith Lemayian Pere, Ian Mark Leshao Pere, Bradley Shivonje Maleche, Garvin Leshao Maleche, Gloria Wanjiku Khamaya Maleche, Adam Lemayian Achesa Maleche, Nitah Soila Melita, Nathaniel Parmuseine Melita and Johnmark Kasaine Melita.
Uncle to Agnes Sindiyo, Margaret Waweru, Kenneth Kasero, Sylvia Simaloi, Ruth Namunyak Sarbabi, Peter Shapara, the late Simon Shapara,Alice Kiyukiia, Rev. Geoffrey Kasero, Enock Meitekini Kotikot, Elijah Kotikot, Isaac Lemashon, Josephine Nasieku, Meshack Lemayian, Henry Kasero, George Suyianka, Florence, among others.
Friends and family are meeting daily for prayers and burial preparations at his son’s residence at Ongata Rongai from 4.00pm-6.00pm, and at his Nairragie-Enkare home from 5.00pm.
A memorial service will be held on Thursday, 27th July, 2023 at the AIC Riverview Church, Ongata Rongai at 2.00pm.
The body lies at the Montezuma Funeral Home until Saturday, 29th July, 2023 and the cortege will depart at 6.00am for his Nairragie-Enkare home for prayers and a final burial ceremony on the same day.
Good people pass away; the godly often die before their time. But no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to coast. For those who follow godly paths will rest in peace when they die. (ISAIAH 57: 1&2)