August 1, 2015

Death Announcement: Mrs Sarah Njambi Kimani Hiatt of North Carolina, mother to JCC’s Pastor Pat Njoroge

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It is with very heavy hearts that we inform you of the sudden passing away of Sarah Njambi Kimani Hiatt, (also known as Agnes Wahu in Kenya), 66, beloved newlywed bride of Arthur Howard Hiatt of New Charleston, North Carolina since April 11th 2015. She was the loving mother to Pastor Pat K. Njoroge of Judah Ministries and JCC Kenya, Zippy Wairimu, Holland, Hosea Ngige Njoroge, Kenya, Catherine Njeri (Mdogo), Kenya and the Late Eva Wanjiku. Sarah was in the process of moving from Maryland (where she had lived for years) to North Carolina. She was still enjoying her honeymoon…

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Death Announcement for Mr Joseph Njerenga father to Bob Njerenga of Dallas, TX

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It is with deep regret and profound sadness that we announce the passing of Joseph Njerenga, on Monday July 27th, 2015 after a long battle with Cancer. He was the husband to Margaret Njerenga (Nairobi, Kenya), father to Bob Njerenga (Dallas, TX), Ivy Njerenga(Ghana),Molly, Stephanie and Oscar Njerenga all of Nairobi, Kenya. Mr Njerenga was diagnosed with Cancer in October 2014 and was flown to India for medical treatment. Since then he had been in and out of hospital until June 2015 when he was admitted to the Intensive care unit in Aga Khan Hospital, Nairobi. After a month of…

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UPDATE: Memorial service for the late Simon Wamwea Kamau in Huntsville, Texas

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A memorial site and date for the late Simon Wamwea Kamau has been set. The late Kamau passed away on Sunday July 12th 2015 at the Huntsville Memorial Hospital. Memorial Service will be held at Huntsville- at the following address: Kisima Community Church 1410 14th Street, Huntsville, TX 77340 Time: 2pm Date: Wednesday 7/22/2015 —————————————————————————————————————————————- It is with humble acceptance of God’s will and great sadness that we announce the Promotion to Glory of Simon Wamwea Kamau which occurred at Huntsville Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Wamwea lived in Houston soon after arrival from Kenya for approximately one year and then…

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Death Announcement-Ken Mutevu Mulinge of Atlanta, Georgia

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It is with deep regret and profound sadness that we announce the passing of Ken Mulinge Mutevu on Saturday, 11th July 2015, after a short illness. Ken was the beloved son of the late Mr. Maurice Mutevu and Mrs Matilda Mutevu and the doting brother of Margaret and Georgina Mutevu. He was also an amazing father to his beautiful daughter Michelle, and a wonderful uncle to Brady Mulinge. He will be remembered as a great cousin, friend and workmate, beloved by very many people, both in Kenya and Atlanta, where he resided for many years. We want to accord Ken…

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Death Announcement/Fundraiser for the Late Mr Bernard Ndwara of Baltimore, MD

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It is with deep pain and sorrow that we announce the death of Mr. Bernard  Ndwara of Seme Korango, Kenya, that occurred at Sinai Hospital, Baltimore  (MD) after a long battle with multiple illnesses. Mr. Ndwara arrived in the US in 2007 and soon after within 2 days was  admitted to Sinai Hospital; he suffered a heart attack that left him with  many medical complications. Furthermore, while rehabilitating at Levindale  Rehab facility in Baltimore, he was diagnosed with cancer.  On July 6th. 2015   he suffered a fatal cardiac arrest and was promoted to be with the Lord. Mr. Ndwara was…

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Kenyan man Christopher Voni Mutua dies in Irving Texas

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A Kenyan man passed away this weekend in Irving Texas. Christopher Voni Mutua met his untimely demise after falling alseep on Sunday July 12, 2015. Chris worked at AT&T, he leaves behind two sisters Grace Mwende Mutua and Purity Mutheu his parents are Joash Voni Mutua and Esther Mbinya Mutua. There will be daily meetings every evening at 7.00 PMat his residence of 3379 Esters Rd, Irving TX. A go fund me account has also been set up and you can contribute here http://www.gofundme.com/z9z5rk. A fundraiser will be held on 7/18/15 from 2pm at the Harrambee Hall 714 N Watson Rd…

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Kenyan woman Winnie “Chemu” Chemutai Bennett passes away in Fortworth, TX

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A Kenyan woman passed away over the weekend in Dallas, TX. Winnie “Chemu” Chemutai passed away on Saturday July 11, 2015 after feeling unwell while she was at home. Chemu had earlier that day complained of migraines and she took some pills to relieve them. However her conditioned worsened after taking the pills. She was taken to a nearby hospital where she was declared dead. Chemu was a Pharmacist at the Cooks Children’s Hospital in Fort worth Texas Chemu leaves behind her husband Datrail Bennett and her two kids Kim, 6 and Mandy, 3. Following her passing, there will be…

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Death Announcement- Simon Wamwea Kamau in Huntsville, Texas

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It is with humble acceptance of God’s will and great sadness that we announce the Promotion to Glory of Simon Wamwea Kamau which occurred at Huntsville Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Wamwea lived in Houston soon after arrival from Kenya for approximately one year and then moved to Dallas for a few months before he got a job at Huntsville, TX.  Wamwea collapsed on Saturday at around 1pm and was rushed to the nearby Huntsville Memorial Hospital where his journey on this earth came to an end. Family’s wish is to rest him at his ancestral home in Mangu -Kenya….

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Death and Funeral Announcement-Mrs Janet Adhiambo, mum to Norah Awuor of Dallas, TX

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Following the death of Nora Awuor’s beloved mom Mrs Janet Adhiambo in Kenya, we will be holding a FUNDRAISER on Saturday 7/11/2015 from 4.00 pm at her house @ 2200 E trinity Mills rd Apt 208 Carrollton Tx 75006. Please join us and help our sister Norah to cover the Medical, funeral and travel expenses involved in this urgent and worthy cause. Thank you so much for your prayers and support. For any questions, please contact Nora Awour-903-337-7381 Steve Aseno -2148837716 Sam Kigo-2142352606

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Death and Funeral Announcement-Mrs Mary Waitiki of California

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It is with humble acceptance of God’s will and great sadness that we announce the Promotion to Glory of Mrs. Mary Waitiki, the wife of Joseph Waitiki and a Mother to Veronica Ndegwa, loving Grandma to Ean & Brian, Christian and  Shiku Among many others. In 2009, Doctors diagnosed Mary with advanced stage 4 cancer. She battled through and miraculously survived a series of surgeries tackling the tumors, but it was not enough for remission. She lived cancer free life until January 2015 when it recurred and spread to other parts of her vital organs.  She kept strong through it all till the…

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