It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of Richard Cheruiyot Ng’eny of Bukwet farm, Sikhendu – Kitale, which occurred on Tuesday 13th June, 2023 through a tragic road accident.
Son to the late Mr. Kipng’eny arap Kirui and the late Mrs Ruth Kirui of Kericho County.
Husband to the late Esther C Richard. Father to the late David Kipng’eno,Weldon – Kitale, Joyce – Nakuru, Hellen – Kitale, Emily – Nairobi, Alfred – Kitale, Carolyne – Nairobi, Vivian – Nairobi, Judith – Nairobi. Father-in-law to Annette, the late Julius, Nelson, and the late Emily. Grandfather to Abel, the late Duncan, Beryl, Sharon,Vlair, Blair, Naomi, Brian, Evans, Fidel, Vicky, Airlyn, Chelang’at, Dylan, Allyon and Lynn. Great-grandfather to Alfie, Archie and Netai
Brother to the late Rachael Kalya, Michael Ng’eny, Edward Ng’eny, Grace Kositany and Edna Bor.
Brother-in-law to Alice Sigilai, Kibuli Sang, Raeli Lessan, Jane Bartai, the late John Sang, Wilson Sang, Sarah Bore, the late Elijah Sang, Ruth Cheruiyot, the late Samuel Sang, Simion Sang, William Sang, Sophie Chebochok, Ben Sang, Weldon Sang, Japheth Sang, Edwin Sang, Ednah Ronoh, David Sang, Caroline Langat, Joseph Sang, Emily, Joe Sang, Janeth, Josephine Koskei, Johnstone Sang, Nancy, Evaline, Beatrice Cheruiyot,Vincent Sang and Renny Sang.
The cortege leaves St. Michael Funeral Home – Kiminini, on Friday 23rd June, 2023 at 14:00hours, for a service at his home Bukwet Farm in Kitale. The funeral will take place on Saturday 24th June, 2023 at his home Bukwet Farm in Kitale.
“The sun will no more be your light by day, nor will the brightness of the moon shine on you, for the Lord will be your everlasting light, and your God will be your glory. Your sun will never set again and the moon will wane no more; the Lord will be your everlasting light, and your days of sorrow will end.” — Isaiah 60:19-20