After 3 weeks in a come,Baby Kaya passes on

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On behalf of the parents: Edward Gitau (Dj Edge-Choma Sundays) and Charlene Tsangamwe, and with very heavy hearts and tears in our eyes, we regret to inform you of the passing of their 9 week old baby: Kaya Wambui Gitau on April 11th 2018.

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Kaya was a healthy bouncing baby girl with the personality of an angel. However, shockingly, and with no warning, on March 22nd, she stopped breathing…
She was immediately rushed to the hospital where they revived her heart beat, but unfortunately, she was then in a coma.
The doctors and medical staff at Medical City Children’s Hospital Dallas did everything they could for 3 weeks in attempting to bring her back, but God had his own plans. After fighting with every breath she had, and with her parents beside her every minute of those 3 weeks, her heart finally stopped beating and God took her back.
This unexpected loss has left Edward and Charlene with out-of-pocket expenses of approximately $150,000 for medical expenses and funeral costs that are urgently needed so that we can lay Kaya to rest in peace on Wednesday, April 18th.
Places to send an urgent gift of kindness and support:
CASHAPP:
$Alekxn / 469-420-8788
$EdwardKinyanjui / 469-441-5541
$Zeria / 404-955-3768
BANK:
Wells Fargo
Name: Edward Gitau Kinyanjui
Acct#: 8635560041
Routing#: 111900659
We are meeting at their home every evening from 6pm to provide necessary support in any way we can, and we will have a main prayer meeting on Saturday, April 14th starting from 6pm-9pm. We beseech you to join us this Saturday so that we can all take part in assisting them start the healing process.
No parent should ever have to face this alone. Edward (Dj Edge of Choma Sundays) and Charlene need us now more than ever, and if you have any kindness in your heart, you should also be there for them. We are stronger together
Address:
6679 Deleon St, Irving, TX 75039
Date:
Saturday, April 14th
Time:
6pm-9pm
Please lets stand together with Edward and Charlene during their darkest hour and especially in this time of dire need.
For more information, contact:
Alex George: 469-420-8788
Kevin Dulo: 614-226-5586
Redemta Dulo: 469-358-5010
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