Kenyan Dies in car crash in Toronto Canada

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Johnstone Kwendo Ndugu of Scarborough Ontario was 57 years old when he passed away, Saturday night, April 6th 2013 approximately 11pm when he was involved in a single car crash at Whites Road and Hwy 401 in Township of Pickering. He succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

Kwendo as everyone fondly referred to him was born in Bunyore East in Vihiga District, Western Province in Kenya, and was the son of Mrs. Efeli Ongachi Ndugu and the late Mr. Jaston Efedha Ndugu. He was a teacher at Salvation Army Thika School for the Blind and a choir director at the school and at Thika Corps from 1983 – 2000, when he migrated to Canada with his family.

He is survived by his wife Angela Njagi-Kwendo and children: Eric, Sammy, David, Alice, Jane, Roseanne, Jennifer and Esther. He was also dad to Leanna, Kayla, Tashika and Tashana. He is also survived by his brother Stanley; sisters Susie, Truphena, nieces and nephews, alongside several extended family. He was predeceased by his late wife Margaret Kwendo and sister Truphosa.

There will be two memorial services at 10am and 2pm on Saturday April 13th, 2013 at the Salvation Army Westhill Citadel in Scarborough, 305 Morrish Rd,
Scarborough, ON M1C 1E9. Telephone Number is 416-282-5333

Donations are highly sought in order to ship his remains to Kenya on April 19, 2013. or any contribution could be made at any TD Canada Trust Bank branch as per details below.

Name: Samuel O. Kwendo
Institution- TD Canada Trust
Institution number – 004
Account number – 01512 656 7712

Or  via email money transfer to [email protected]gmail.com
Fundraising Committee Chairman:  Pastor Jairo Essendi can be reached at (647)772-9957 or email:[email protected]
Thank you and many blessings.

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