A Kenyan dies on a summer trip to Kenya

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We are immensely shocked and deeply saddened in announcing the untimely passing on of Mr. Kennedy Motanya Moseti of Houston, TX. The Late Moseti and his family were on a summer trip in Kenya when they were involved in a tragic road accident. His sunset occurred on Friday August 5, 2011 along the Narok-Nairobi Highway. He was 46.
Mr. Moseti is survived by his dear wife Agnes Motanya, and loving children Judy, Cyrus, and Ezra (all of Houston, Texas). He was in-law to Dr.Tom &Rose Kumenda, Yucabeth& Evans Nyarenchi, Geoffrey Kumenda, Gregory Kumenda (USA).
Family, friends, and relatives are meeting at Dr. Kumenda’s residence, 2529 Sunday House Court, Pearland, Texas 77584 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for prayers, moral support and funeral arrangements.
There will be a Memorial Service on Saturday August 13, 2011 at 7:00 – 8:00 pm at:
Houston International SDA Church: 13885 Beechnut St, Houston, TX 77083
Followed immediately at 8:00 pm by a Major fundraiser to assist the family in these very difficult moment. Hall is just half a mile west of the church:

 
Brenda’s Hall: 146371 Beechnut St, Houston, TX 77083

Donations may be deposited at:

Kennedy Moseti or Agnes Motanya
Chase Bank

Acct #: 392632127265

Routing #: 111000614

Please check the following websites for the venue and other updates:

www.frakaz.com
www.philsinfo.com
www.kenshohouston.com

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=239662649406597

As always, your generosity and support will be greatly appreciated.
Please remember the family in your prayers, and help spread the word.
For any questions, you may contact:

Philip Ngari    281-415-6906
Laban Opande    713-446-6339
Tom Kumenda    832-768-5926

Rose Kumenda    832 659 2726
Yucabeth Isaboke    832 541 5915
George Omwoyo    713-376-5246
Gilbert Ongori     832-715-5566
John Gachui    713-885-4965
May Mazozera    832-265-6428
Steve Mbola    832-867-1009
Douglas Mboga     832-373-1487

Mike Gathecha    713-826-3698
Cliff Omwega    713-498-4743

A great husband, father, friend, neighbor and colleague passed through
our midst and we are thankful to God for the opportunity to know him.
May God rest his soul in Eternal Peace.

MAY GOD BLESS YOU!

Philip Ngari

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