A KENYAN LADY HAS PASSED AWAY IN BIRMINGHAM, UK
It is with humble acceptance of God’s will, that we announce the death of Ceciliah Muthoni Spencer of Gathuthi village, Thegenge location, Nyeri County, which occurred on 8th February 2015 in the UK after a short illness. She was the wife of the Late Norman Spencer, Mother to Susan Wairimu and Malcolm Richard Mathenge and his partner to Zoe Louise.
She was the Mother-in-law to Robert Kuhanga, and a proud grandmother (Cucu) to Zac Elliott Spencer all of whom are here in the UK. She was the daughter of the Late Jeremiah Kingori and the Late Peris Nyagichuhi. Dear Sister to Gladyce Wambui Muriithi, the Late Rhodah Nyamuhito Kiringa, the Late Isaiah Njoora, Junius Waturi Muthui, the Late Amos Maina, Tabitha Murugi Kingori (of S&O), Stephen Theuri, Joshua Warugongo, the late Jospeph Maingi and Loise Wanjiru Kingori.
The funeral church service will be held in the UK in Bolton on Friday 20th of February 2015. All those wishing to attend can gather at the Deceased house in Kearsley, Bolton (84 BL4 8JA) at 12pm where a procession will take Ceciliah a short distance to her own local parish church Kearsley Mount Methodist Church at 1pm (BL4 8QL). Thereafter a committal service at 4pm will follow at the Overdale Crematorium in Bolton (BL1 5BU).
A Celebration of her life will be held back at the Kearsley Mount Methodist Church where light refreshments will be served. This is where her immediate family asks anyone who knew her to share a few precious memories with them at this point. All those who knew her or the family are more than welcome to attend. African attire or brightly colored clothes is the preferred dress code.
She was an “adopted mum and grandmother” to many especially within the African community and we will miss her greatly.
Your prayers and any financial support towards her funeral expenses will be highly appreciated.You can send your support through details below.
Susan Spencer Kuhanga Natwest Bank Account -27112470 and Sort Code-01-03-21.
“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. verse 4. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod & thy staff they comfort me.” (Psalms 23: v 1 & 4). May you now be reunited with all those who have gone before you and may you always look down on us with favor. Rest in peace until we meet again.
For more information please contact Rev. Thandy Sibanda -07730869267, Mr Robert Kuhanga -07920107654 or Mrs Lucy Knape -07864807759.