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DAILY NATION Friday April 10, 2015

Death and Funeral Announcement

It is with Humble Acceptance of God’s will that we announce the sudden death of Rtd. Teacher of Iviani Pri. Sch.-Mtito Andei Julius Maweu Munguti of Kombuni Village, Maiani Sub-location. Son of the Late Paul Munguti and Loise Mutave. Brother of Florence, Oliver (TSC), Victor (U.S.A), Michael, the late Peter and the Late Laban. Husband of Eunice Wayua and Mary Ngina. Father of Uri, Leon, Basil and Eryvin. Father-in-law of Eunice Nzilani (Hospital Hill Sch) and Mary Wambui. Nephew of Joyce Yoma (U.S.A), Uncle of Stella (Kikuyu Court), Samuel (TSC), Flora (Australia), Jairus, Evans, Eric, Eliud, Lionel, Liz (TSC), Irene, Mandela, Paul and Nora, Grand Father of Linus, Serena, Lewis and Brandon. Family and friends are meeting daily at Garden Square from 5.30 p.m. There will be a final fundraising on Friday, 10/4/2015 from 5.30 p.m. in the evening.

Julius Maweu Munguti

The cortege leaves Machakos Funeral Home on Tuesday 14th April 2015 for burial at his home at Kombuni Village, Mukaa Sub-county Makueni County. We love you but God loves you most, Rest in Peace

Celebration of a life well lived

We regret to announce the death of TIMOTHY J. OUMA (TJ).Former Manager KAHL, KQ West Germany, Harare- Zimbabwe and Rome-Italy. Son of the late Nicodemus Otsieno and late Rosa Anyango. Beloved husband of Victoria Matete Ouma. Father of Patrick J. Ouma Muyeyi (Kings Int.) Father- in- law of Mildred Kazira and the Late Rose Waga. Brother of late Pius Muketi, Gregory Okumu, late Dominic Osiche, Maria Opango, Cecilia Malala, late Gertrude Nabongo, Brigit Malala, Rebecca Murunga, John Ondalo and Marcela Nabulindo. Uncle of Catherine Mwango, Fredrick Muketi, Patrick Wesonga, Elizabeth Osiche, John Bosco Opango, Peter Nabulindo among many. Grandfather to 10 . Great grandfather of 4. Family and friends are meeting daily at Crossland restaurant, Luna Park from 5.30 pm for funeral arrangements. A fundraising will be held on Wednesday 15th April, 2015 from 5.30 pm at Railway club (Amboseli Hall).Burial will be held on Saturday April 18, 2015 at his Namamali – Ejinja home in Matungu sub-county, Kakamega County. Tel contact: 0723 060232, 0734 293351 (Patrick)

Dr. Mwalimu John Kariuki



We the family of the Late James Musyoka Nduli wish to express our heartfelt gratitude and most sincere appreciation to family, relatives, friends and well-wishers for their immense support through prayers, messages of condolence, personal visits, spiritual and moral support during this trying time.

We would like to especially thank former Vice President H.E. Stephen Kalonzo, H.E. David Musilla, H.E. James Musyoka Kitungi H.E. Bishop Mutemi, Judges Nduli and staff of the Judiciary, Nairobi funeral committee, Ngongoni funeral committee, among others. To all who supported us in the one way or the other during this time of bidding our father farewell we do thank you all. James Musyoka Nduli, you will always be in our thoughts and forever in our hearts. You shall be dearly missed by your family, relatives and friends.

1st Anniversary / Appreciation

Mr.Timothy J. Ouma (T.J)

16/7/1939 - 5/4/2015

1st Anniversary

Days, weeks and months have quickly turned into a year since God took you home. It was His will and in our hearts you will live and be treasured forever.

Adams Nyabera Japuonj Adams Nyabera passed away peacefully on 22 February 2015 and was laid to rest on 7 March 2015.The family deeply appreciates and sincerely acknowledges all those who supported us during our bereavement; Heartfelt thanks to Dr Omondi of Warshow and Associates for his untiring devotion; Dr Wala, Dr Alinyo, and Baba’s healthcare providers. Our sincere thanks to the Funeral committees chaired by Asiko Owiro and George Ogola Masime in Nairobi and at home respectively, and our grand MC Ambrose Rachier and his team. Special thanks to the presiding Priests at Holy Trinity Kilelelshwa, Yala Parish, and Ahono Catholic Church, the Co-Celebrants at the Requiem and Funeral masses, the choir for their uplifting songs, and Pastors from Nairobi Baptist Church, Karen Community Church and Mamlaka Hill Chapel, who encouraged us with the word of God.

We thank God for the times we shared together and hope to meet again. We appreciate all those who stood with us and prayed with us during that trying time. Fondly remembered by: Dad - Ayub Gitau; Mum - Veronica Wanjiku Njoroge; Sisters - Esther and Faith Alice Njoroge and all those who loved and cared for you.

Celebration of A Life Well Lived

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the promotion to Glory of Rt. Elder Dr. Mwalimu John Kariuki of Gateway P.C.E.A Embu Parish. He hails from Gichugu Division, Njukiini location, Gathoge Village. Husband of Hon. Evelyn Muthoni Kariuki(former Woman’s Guild Organizer Mt. Kenya Region. Father of Charles Ndirangu(Bonanza School), Nahashon Mubea(Karuangi Pri.), Bernice W. Oyoo(Kirinyaga County), Edwin Gikonyo (Reel Productions). Father in love of Ruth Mubea, Zephaniah Oyoo and Caroline Gikonyo. Brother of the late Mary Wangui, and John Kiama. Grandfather of John Ndirangu, Harrison Kangethe, John N. Mubea, Evelyne Mubea, Eric Oyoo, Regina Gathoni and Josie Makena. Funeral arrangement meetings are being held at St. Andrew’s P.C.E.A Church Nairobi, at his home in Gathoge and Slopes Villa Hotel Embu starting from 5:00pm daily. There will be a fundraiser to cover the hospital bill and burial expenses at St. Andrew’s Church on Friday 10th April 2015 and at his home on Sunday 12th April 2015 from 2:00pm. The burial will be held on 13th April 2015. The body will leave Gakwegori Funeral Home at 9:00am, the burial service will be held at PCEA Embu Town Church starting from 10: 00am. Thereafter the body will be laid to rest at his home in Gathoge Village. “I have fought a good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the Faith” (2nd Timothy 4:7). Rest In Eternal Peace Dad

Our deep gratitude to our relatives, friends and colleagues, who shared with us during this loss; thank you so much for honoring Baba and capturing his spirit with your heartfelt words, your generosity, presence at our daily gatherings including the requiem mass, and for travelling long distance to be with us. Your many acts of exceptional kindness were felt to the bottom of our hearts. Finally we thank Baba for his humble and dignified soul. A soul that brought joy and happiness to all of us, fulfillment to many, and whose legacy will live on forever.

Samuel Gitau Njoroge


Kennedy Mbugua Waireri The family of the late Solomon Waireri Kigera wishes to express our deep appreciation to all relatives, friends and well-wishers who shared in our sorrow following the demise of the late Kennedy Mbugua Waireri for your many acts of kindness while helping us celebrate his life. As a family we were humbled and comforted by the thousands of special tributes from all of you through your personal visits and presence, prayers, phone calls, emails, text messages, social media, whattsapp, donations and assistances accorded us at every stage. Kindly accept our gratitude. We wish to extend our heartfelt gratitude and thanks to the various committees that oversaw the preparations in the USA, Nairobi, Nakuru and Turi, the prayer groups that converged daily in our home to offer prayers, the structured groups, in particular the Kenyans in the USA and residents of Turi, who offered assistance at every stage as we organized the funeral. We recognize the assistance of West Cobbs Funeral Home of USA for their logistical assistance and the Kenyatta University funeral home and all service providers that ensured the success of the funeral. Special recognition goes to Rev. Gitonga, the Church and Choir of Elburgon Glorious church for officiating on the burial ceremony. We feel indebted to so many whom we are unable to mention by name and therefore kindly ask you to accept this as our sincere expression of gratitude. You are in our prayers. God bless you always

As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, we trust that you will accept this acknowledgement as a token of our heartfelt appreciation and deep gratitude for your support. 2 Corinthians 5:8.To be absent in the body is to be present with the Lord.

Today marks a year since you left us to be with the Lord. Not a day passes without us thinking about you. You were a treasure and a pillar to many. We thank God for the wonderful years he let us share with you. We will forever cherish your love and keep all the fond memories in our hearts. As we celebrate your life today, we remember all the values and virtues you instilled in us. Who we are today is a true reflection of who you were. You left a legacy to be cherished forever. In a special way we would like to thank everyone who supported us during your send-off, and all those who have stood by us and encouraged us in the past year. We thank the Doctors who attended to you that morning; We cannot forget the role played by Fr Nakameti of Immaculate Conception Kitale, Fr Daniel Waweru of St Pauls’ Munyaka and all the other Priests who were present, the Funeral committee in Kitale, Cherangany and Nairobi, all our relatives, friends and Neighbors who worked tirelessly to ensure that Dad got a befitting sendoff. Dearly missed by your Wife, Elizabeth Wanjiru, mother Mary Wanjeri, Children, Cecilia Ndungu, Dr. Margaret Ndung’u-Mwasha, Sallie Wachera Ndungu, Phyllis Ndungu Ndugire, Paul Ndungu and David Gichuhi, Brother, Sisters, Grand children and all your in-laws. To live is to die in Christ.

Patrick Ndung’u Mucwe