Death Announcement For Norah Nduati Of Anaheim, California

It with great sadness that we announce the death of our beloved sister Norah Nduati who passed away on Monday, June 26, 2017 following a battle with cancer. Norah was the wife of Wilson Nduati Njoroge (Anaheim, California). She was the mother to Jane W. Nduati (Rongai, Kenya), Evans P. Njoroge (Irvine, California), Gideon K. Nduati (Thika, Kenya), Nelius W. Muchoya (Kamiti, Kenya), Titus M. Nduati (Nairobi, Kenya), Peter K. Nduati (Atlanta, Georgia), Simon K. Nduati (Sweden), and Duncan M. Nduati (Kamiti, Kenya). She was the mother in law to John Muchoya (Kamiti, Kenya), Catherine Mungai (Irvine, California), Teresa Njeri (Nairobi, Kenya) Emily Kimani (Sweden), and Catherine Kamau (Atlanta Georgia).
Norah Nduati was an active member of the Church of Amazing Grace International (CAGI) in Santa Ana, California (formerly Kanitha wa Ũtugi wa Magegania wa Gĩkũyũ). As a deacon and a leader in the church, Norah mentored and was a spiritual mother to many teaching them to serve and honor the Lord.
Please join us – her family and friends – as we celebrate her life, knowing that she has touched our hearts in many ways. You can send in your financial support using one of the following methods:
Fundraiser: Please join us in fundraising for Norah Nduati’s funeral on Saturday July 8, 2017 from 2:00 PM at Brookhurst Community Park 2271 W Crescent Ave, Anaheim, California 92801. Bring a friend! Your kindness and generosity is greatly appreciated.
Funeral Account: Chase Bank, Account # 921566175 (Evans Njoroge & Edward Karori)
CashApp: 714 728-1615
Your contributions will be greatly appreciated in helping us honor her legacy as we lay her to rest.

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1 Comment
  1. Emmanuel says

    rest in peace our beloved grandmum….God be with you till we meet again…?????

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