Memorial Service for Violet Sarah Kimani of Pennsylvania‏

Memorial Service for Violet Sarah Kimani of Pennsylvania
Memorial Service for Violet Sarah Kimani of Pennsylvania

We would like to inform you that there will be a memorial service on Sunday, 17th June, 2012 at 2 Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi, Kenya. This is in honor of the late Violet Sarah Wairimu Kimani who died in the USA.The body of late Sarah was flown to Kenya on Thursday 14th June, 2012.

Sarah was the daughter of Francis Kimani and Susan Njeri of Kitale, Kenya.

Sister to Annette Njoki Kimani of USA. Niece to Rev. Ayub and Rev. Nyambura Muthama of USA, Daniel and Salome Kariuki of Nairobi, Virginia Wairimu of Kitale, Pastor Zipporah and Tony Wakoba of Webuye, John Kariuki, Isaac Kariuki and Harrison Kariuki of Kitale.

Cousin to Alfie Muthama, Annruth Muthama, Michael Muthama, Andrew Muthama of USA, Wanjau Kamau and Ruthie Kariuki of UK, Muthoni Kariuki of Germany and Philip Kariuki of China Munga Njenga and Gitau Njenga of USA and many others in Kenya and Grandaughter of Ruth Njoki Kariuki of Kitale

The corttege will leave Lee Funeral Home on Tuesday morning for the burial at Kimende, in Limuru.

For more information please call: Rev. Dr. James Njoroge 0721 440 075
Minister Dorothy Mbui 0722 760 069
Brother Harrison Kinyanjui 0710 756 207
Rachel Muiru 0722 596 322


Due to the death of Sarah Wairimu Kimani of Lebanon Pa. niece to Rev. Nyambura Muthama and sister to Ruth Annette Kimani, the family and committee members invite you to a memorial service and fundraiser to help ship the body to Kenya.

This occassion will be held on Saturday June 2nd from 1 to 4pm. The venue will be Rohrestown Mennonite church (ACCL church) on 601 Rohrestown rd. Lancaster Pa. 17601.

Donations can also be deposited at your nearest Wells Fargo bank account number 1010311935442 routing # 031000503. Checks may also be written and sent to Rev. Nyambura Muthama address 410 edgewood dr. Lebanon pa 17042.

The following individuals may be contacted for more information or any inquiries

Mr. and Mrs Ayub Muthama 7173892303/7176340010
Rose-Mary mbugua (treasurer) 9736150114
Isaac Ndura (Committee secretary) 7173309538
Gedion Sakunda (Lancaster KCFA Chairman) 717-519-7483

“As for God, his way is perfect; the word of the Lord is flawless. He is a shield for all who take refuge in him.

Psalm 18:30

It is with deep sorrow and the humble acceptance of God’s will that the family of Rev. Ayub and Rev. Anne Nyambura Muthama (Pennsylvania, USA) announce the death of their beloved niece, Violet Sarah Wairimu Kimani which occurred on May 25th, 2012 in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.

Sarah was the daughter of Susan Kimani (Kitale, Kenya) and the late Francis Kimani (Nyeri, Kenya). Step daughter to Moses Kamau (Kitale, Kenya) and sister to Ruth Annette Kimani (Silverspring, MD).

Cousin to Gitau Njenga (York, PA), Mungai Njenga (Baltimore, MD), Wanjau Kamau (UK), Alfie Muthama, Annruth Muthama, Mike Muthama and Andrew Muthama all of Lebanon PA among others in Kenya.
Family and friends are meeting daily for prayers and funeral arrangements at the Muthama’s residence from 6.30-9pm at:
410 Edgewood drive
Lebanon PA, 17042
Contributions can be kindly made to Rev. Nyambura Muthama and mailed to:
410 Edgewood drive
Lebanon PA, 17042
For any questions and concerns please call:
1. Rev. Dr. James Njoroge – 540 842 1263
2. Minister Rosemary Mbugua – 973 615 0114
3. Rev. Anne Nyambura Muthama – 717 634 0010
4. Ruth Annette Kimani – 240 413 3229

The LORD gave and the LORD has taken away. May the name of the Lord be praised.” Job 1:21

Rev 21:4 “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.”

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Memorial Service for Violet Sarah Kimani of Pennsylvania

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