A Kenyan man has passed away in Los Angeles, California

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A Kenyan man has passed away in Los Angeles, California

The death has occurred of James Mwangi Kimani of Los Angeles, California. Kimani was struck by a multiplicity of health issues that required a back operation and open heart surgery. He also battled with lung cancer. Recently he stayed in Windsor Care Facility in Anaheim for two months to recuperate.

While at Windsor, Pastor Joseph Gichuhi visited Kimani and shared the love of Jesus Christ with him. Kimani readily accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and savior. A few weeks later he contracted pneumonia, and was rushed to the ICU in Anaheim General Hospital. His condition quickly deteriorated and he succumbed to death on January 01, 2013 at 2.20 a.m.

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Kimani leaves behind a wife, Alice Nyambura, and four children, Ernest Mwangi, Harrison Irungu, Jane Gathoni and Esther Mwihaki. He had three brothers and one sister, Prof. O.L.E. Mbatia, Wanjiru, Kiruri, and Mahinda.

James Kimani Mwangi was born on August 01, 1946 at Gitui, Murang’a, Kenya, to the late Mr. Ernest Mwangi, and Mrs. Agnes Gathoni Mwangi. He attended Gitui Primary School, and Kabete Technical School in Kenya.

He relocated to the USA in 1978 and pursued a course in Automotive Engineering at a college in Los Angeles. Kimani worked with mentally delayed people for over twenty years.

We are grateful to God for promoting the late Kimani to Glory.

The funeral/fundraising will be held at Pastor Gichuhi MORNING STAR VICTORY CHURCH 310 Broadway Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805 on Tuesday, January 08, 2013 from 6pm to 8pm.

For those who can’t make it to the funeral/fundraiser but want to donate and help in the burial expenses, you can write checks to CHASE BANK USA ACCOUNT 163588620 Macharia E. Nduati or Ann Ngugi-Muhu.

 

A Kenyan man has passed away in Los Angeles, California

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