Update-A Kenyan man John Nyutu dies in Erie Pennsylvania


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Update-A Kenyan man John Nyutu dies in Erie Pennsylvania

Update-A Kenyan man John Nyutu dies in Erie PennsylvaniaSTATEMENT
The family of John Nyutu is saddened to announce his call to Glory.  Mr. Nyutu lived in Seattle before moving to work with the Lord Corp in Erie, PA.  He died on January 27, at the UPMC hospital in Pittsburg.  The family is requesting prayers and financial support from the Kenyan Community. 

Friends and well-wishers are meeting every evening, 6:00 at his brother in-law and sister’s house to pray and plan for the funeral.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later. There will be a prayers and financial support service on Sat Feb, 4th starting 6 pm at 14550 Westminster Way N. Shoreline 98133.

May God bless you and your family for your prayers and support.

Nyutu Family

Meeting Address:
Carol and Peter Muthiora
119 91st Ave SE, # 3A
Tel: 425 750-6440 (c) or 425 322-3673 (h)

Another Kenyan death reported in US,few days after the death of Daniel Kwambai who died on 26th January 2012.

We regret to announce the death of John Michael Nyutu of Erie Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of the late Samuel Ngigi Wagura and Rebecca Nyambura Ngigi. Husband of Jewelene Nyutu (U.S.A.). Father of Becky Nyambura(U.S.A) and Sam Ngige (U.S.A). Brother of Elizabeth W. Ng’era (U.S.A), Rose Mumbi Njoroge, Patrick Nganga, David Gichia, Andrew Mambo (U.S.A), Mary Wanjiru, Jane Ngigi (U.S.A.) and Caroline Muthiora (U.S.A). Brother in law of Joseph Ngera, Moses Njoroge,Wachira Kibiru, David Kinyanjui, Peter Muthiora,Cecelia Njeri, Lucy Kaheti, Perpetual Mambo. Uncle, cousin and friend to many.

John was a Captain with the Kenya Airforce before joing BF. Goodrich in Seattle,Washington (USA). He has been working with the LORD Corporation, Aerospace Product Support in Erie, Pennsylvania (USA).
Funeral service will be in Seattle, Washington. Burial and service dates will be announced later.
Friends and family are meeting daily at St. Andrews Church from 5.30-7.30 pm and at his family home in Ndeiya, Limuru for prayers. For information please call 0703411043.
Dear John, you will be missed by all and you will remain forever in our Hearts.

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