Kenyan man collapse, dies on the way to the Hospital in Baltimore

Kenyan man collapse, dies on the way to the Hospital in Baltimore
Kenyan man collapse, dies on the way to the Hospital in Baltimore

Kenyan man collapse,dies on the way to the Hospital in Baltimore: It is with a heavy heart that we announce the sudden death of Kevin Kabuga that occurred on Monday, August 5th, 2019 at 5:05pm in Baltimore, Maryland. Kevin collapsed and was rushed to North West hospital but he could not be revived.

He was the husband to Erica of Hagerstown and father of Camryn and Phoenix and Late Camille Nyaboke Kabuga.

Kevin is a son of Paulynne Kabuga and the late Alex kabuga of Kenya.  Brother to Sheila Moraa and Natasha Kabuga. He was nephew to Loise Kabuga of Baltimore, John Maina (Mau Mau) formerly of Baltimore, Priscilla Wandia, and the late Benson Mwangi, cousin to Julie Wamuyu of Baltimore, Jemimah Kabuga and Alex Kabuga.

Family and friends will be meeting for prayers, support and funeral arrangements on Monday 8/12/19, Wednesday 8/14/19, Friday 8/16/19 at  Elimu 9600 Pulaski Park Dr. Suite 115 Middle River MD 21220 7:00pm to 9:00pm.

Memorial Service

There will be a memorial service on Sunday August 18, 2019 at 4:00pm at Elimu 9600 Pulaski Park Dr. Suite 115 Middle River MD 21220.

Financial Support for his final Journey home to Kenya will be highly appreciated and can be sent to Thomas  Kariuki CashApp $Thormy – 410-419-0735.

For more information please contact:
Pastor Mugweh: 410-236-5401
Julie Weche:  410  303-3335
Karanja Mwaura: 410 409-9340
Rachael Liyayi:  443 570-3226
Maria Wanjohi: 443-629-5653
David Rioba: 443-579-6417
Julie Wamuyu: 443-204-4956
Thomas Kariuki: 410-419-0735

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Kenyan man collapse, dies on the way to the Hospital in Baltimore

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