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Meshack Orieny Okeyo 25/02/1936 - 31/10/2020

Mzee Meshack Orieny Okeyo

Mzee Meshack Orieny Okeyo

Early Life

Mzee Meshack Orieny Okeyo was born on 25th February 1936 to the Late Mzee Okeyo Abiero and late Mama Elizabeth Ademba of Kokal Village Agoro Nyakach. He was the 8th Born in a family of 11 children 6 boys and 5 girls all now deceased.

Education and Career

He attended Magunga Primary School, Thurgem Primary School and Wire Primary School between 1944 and 1951 and briefly taught at Magunga Primary School in 1952.In 1953 he went back to school, joining Awasi Intermediate School in std.7 and sat for the Kenya African Preliminary Examination (KAPE) in 1954. Between 1955 – 1958 he worked in the following places:

1.     Guilley & Roberts Nakuru – 1955

2.     Coronation Builders Nairobi -1956

3.     Telephone operator Mau Summit – 1957

4.     Telephone operator Jinja Uganda – 1958

Mzee always endeavored to improve his life and in 1959 he decided to become a career teacher and joined St. John’s Ngiya Teachers College where he qualified as a primary school teacher in 1960.

After college he taught in the following schools

1.     Magunga Primary School – 1961 – 1962

2.     Apondo Primary School – 1963 – 1964

3.     Karanda Primary School – 1965

In 1966 he became the Headmaster of Kagimba Primary School and taught there up to 1969. In 1970 he moved to Nyakoko Primary School as the Headmaster and he was able to start the secondary school there. Between 1974 – 1977 taught at Cherwa Primary School and moved to Thurgem Primary School between 1978 – 1980 and also started the Secondary School there.  In 1980, he decided to go for further studies and joined Kenyatta University College where he pursued a Diploma in Education course, specializing in Music and Swahili and graduated in 1982. After his graduation he taught at Migori Teachers College in 1983, Matare Secondary in Kuria in 1984, Awasi secondary between 1985 – 1986 and Muhoroni Secondary School 1987 -1991 then he retired in 1991.

After retirement due to his specialized skills and passion for teaching Music,  he was offered a job by St. Paul’s Teachers Training College –Nyabururu in Kisii County as a Music tutor. As a music tutor he trained choirs up to the National level and was recognized for his outstanding performance. In 2001 he left St. Paul’s and retired to his home in Agoro – Nyakach where he concentrated in training church choirs and small -scale farming.

Marriage and Family life

Mzee Meshack Orieny married his beautiful bride Joyce Agutu daughter of Mzee Eliazar Ong’ara of Kokoth Village Karachuonyo in a church wedding ceremony at Thurgem SDA Church on 2/2/1962. They were later blessed with nine children namely: Dedan Orieny, Josephine Kasera, the late Noah Orieny, Dr. Paul Orieny, Lilian Orieny Karlsson, the late Tom Mboya Orieny, Kenneth Orieny, Fredrick Orieny and Jasper Orieny. His daughters in law were:  Alice Otieno, Peres, Monica, Betty Noah, Hillda Paul, Lilian Ken, Betty Fred and Jane Jasper. His Sons-in -law were the late David Kasera and Per Karlsson. He also had 23 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.

Mzee was a good father to his children, he brought them up with love and counsel. He took his children to school and was always proud of any outstanding achievement.  Mzee was gentle, realistic and diplomatic in his approach to life. He saw value in people and was likeable to most of the people who met him. He was wise and had a wide analytic perspective of life and told stories of wisdom to his family and friends. He lived a moderate life and discouraged a life-style of dependency and never exaggerated situations. Mzee never complained and would appreciate even the smallest gift he received. He wanted everyone around him happy.

Health and Sickness

Mzee lived a healthy life for most of his years.  In 2009 he was involved in a road accident but was treated and recovered fully. In March 2020, he developed difficulty in swallowing food. He went to Aga Khan Hospital Kisumu for investigations and was later diagnosed with cancer of the stomach by May 2020. He was put under treatment at Kisumu Comprehensive Medical Centre and underwent several Chemo sessions, but unfortunately his condition deteriorated in October 2020 and he succumbed to his illness on 31st October 2020, while undergoing treatment at the same hospital. Even when he was sick and weak, Baba never complained, he was always calm and hopeful.

Christianity

Mzee Meshack Orieny was baptized in 1952 at Thrugem SDA Church by Pastor Lucal Amayo. From then on he became a staunch member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church and served as an ordained Church Elder for several years. He was a dedicated reader of the Bible and Christian literature and was recognized for having read the whole Bible. He led his family to Church every Sabbath and conducted family prayers every evening praying for every member of his family.   As a Church elder, together with other church members they started Atoyieng’o SDA Church, where he was a member until his demise.

Leadership

Other than heading several schools during his career as a teacher, Mzee was also a Community leader.  He was enthroned as an Elder (Ogayi) of Agoro clan and was the secretary to Nyakach elders’ development group. He was also the chairperson of Lower Nyakach Retired Teachers’ association.

Our Patriarch, Family Priest, Our Strength and Elder has slept. Let us emulate his example by remaining Peaceful, Focused and United.

JOHN 11:25 ; JESUS SAID TO HER,”I AM THE RESSURECTION AND THE LIFE HE WHO BELIEVES IN ME WILL LIVE EVEN THOUGH HE DIES”

 

 

Burial will be on 3rd Dec 2020. Burial service will start at 9.30 a.m.

Condolences(43)

  1. Betty Wafula says

    To Josephine and family , may you find comfort at the feet of Jesus Christ who conquered death. May the assurance of resurrection keep your hopes of reunion burning.

  2. Jane Rabala Orieny says

    In My Father’s house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and welcome you into My presence, so that you also may be where I am.… John 14:2-3

    Fare thee Well Baba

  3. jaspercraph says

    JOSEPHINE Kasera -DAUGHTER
    My father was a special man, coming from a humble beginning, he was sober calm and wise and a role model to many. For me as a daughter we had a special bond. He always called me by my pet name -Nyakayo. Dad encouraged me when I lost my husband and told me to focus on the life beyond the grave, because life here on earth was short. I heard him loud and clear and took his advice seriously. He prayed for me and believed in me. He was my friend, my inspiration and strength and loved me unconditionally. He was reliable and consistent in his values as a Christian and was a good story-teller. He loved singing and taught some of the best set pieces I have ever heard. Words cannot tell how much I esteemed you Daddy. To Mama be strong and keep Dad’s legacy alive. Let the Lord dwell with you and fill up the void you will experience in your life. Fare thee well Daddy till we meet again when the ‘Roll is Called up Yonder’.

  4. Jacynter Were says

    To Josephine and the entire family. May the hope of resurrection comfort you as we await Christ’s second coming. This is the hope that burns within our hearts.

  5. Beatrice Ombewa says

    Josephine may the Lord give you and your entire family immense peace and comfort as you mourn your beloved dad. Dad is peacefully asleep awaiting that résurrection morning.

  6. Onyach Herina says

    Romans 15:13
    May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.
    Only God can heal your pain

  7. Owino Paul says

    May the Great Teacher rest in power. He left an indelible on all those he worked and lived with. A friend to the Owino Mwala family who stood by us during the most difficult moments in 2014. A purposeful life he had. Dhi maber wuon Ken gi Lily

  8. Dorothy Akinyi says

    My Condolences to family mar Joka min Lilly. Baba was always a god story teller and very humorous.
    He will surely be missed by many.
    Baba will be missed by the Agoro Clan, Friends, relatives and Atoyiengo Church.
    May God wipe away your tears and give you strength and comfort during this time.

  9. Edwin Onyango says

    Though he may not be with us physically, we know that he will always be in our hearts and minds. He was always praying for us. Now we do the same for him. Our beloved Grandpa.

  10. Lilian Orieny Karlsson says

    Baba, I love you even in death. You were my noble father! I give you that title Baba na. You loved me unconditionally, you were my teacher, my hero, my friend. You were a good listener and adviser. It is hard for me to accept that you are no longer here to make me smile and laugh heartily. The best time with you was when you just casually told me about your childhood. I loved hearing you telling stories. I will miss you immensely. Rest In Peace Baba

  11. Per Karlsson says

    Baba was an ideal father-in-law, wonderful in every way. He was always welcoming, loving and generous with his wisdom. He had a cheerful personality and he always seemed to be upbeat and social, loved being with people, spreading warmth, hope and fatherly advice wherever he went. He had a wonderful sense of humor, always making people smile and laugh naturally and without effort. His strong Christian faith and love for his family and community made him work tirelessly all his life to assist those in need and to help countless children get an education. He meant so, so much to so many people. As a beloved and respected pillar of his family and his community, as well as a source of inspiration, joy and strength, I will miss my dear father-in-law more than words can say. Rest in Peace, Baba.

  12. Fred Orieny says

    Fadhe, I will really miss you!
    My dad was an incredible man. He provided for his family and made sure his children had the good guidance they needed. He was kind, funny and great story teller. “Tong Onyang was my fav story”. We all used to sit in line as he narrated this famous story in a plain and simple way. We would all wait to say “to muonyo” in chorus and laugh so hard.
    He made it so obvious that he loved all of us equally. I do remember when he tackled a wild dog that was just about to get me with his bare hands to save me. His close friends called him “Saki” (Meshack), the man with superior intelligence and everyone wanted to consult. RIP baba, I love you and will always miss you. Till we meet again.

  13. Jasper Orieny (SON) says

    Dear Daddy-Gone But Never Forgotten

    We lost our Dad but only in body not in spirit, we will miss him every single day, Dad will always be in our thoughts, prayers, and in our hearts. Everything happened just like a movie and now he is gone, but even though he is gone he will be forever in our hearts, I am so thankful for the good Christian values he instilled in us, we had so many good times, memories, love that no one can ever take from us. The legacies he left behind and the unity he always brought amongst our family will never be forgotten, Dad was a man of peace, honor, and dignity. Fare thee well till we meet again

  14. Fred Orieny says

    FRED – SON

    Fadhe you were such a prominent figure in my upbringing. I learnt so much from simply watching you. You taught me how to drive your car at the age 17 and never giving up on me even after several wrecks along the way. I remember you telling me how I was smarter than the effort I was putting in. You took me to some of the best Schools around. You always visited at School and always asked about my grades and progress. I remember you waiting outside my exam room at Mosocho School to see if I had made it on the cut list. And the surprise visit at Kitale Primary to check how School work was going. When I got sick after high School, you literally carried me on your back and ran with me to the Hospital, sat by my side for 5 days. When I moved to the US, you made a point of visiting to check how my new life was going and School work had progressed. Your legal advice in all that life had thrown my way was better than what a good Lawyer could give. When you got sick, I was determined to do all that was in my power to get you back on your feet. On October 31st just preparing to take your favorite grandson to celebrate Halloween, my world ended because you were no more. You are in a better and more peaceful place and that is our only consolation. Your family misses you so much. We are all taking good care of Madhe and each other. Rest in Peace Baba. I love you.

  15. Kidha Kristina says

    The BEST of the BEST Grandfathers..(Jaoda)
    Sometimes we say 31st of October 2020 shouldn’t have happened..but it already did and with it went our patriarch

    I have known nothing but love from this house because of Kwaru..the language is nothing but love..
    From the days we were litle..with His kinanda and accordion…oooh and yes..the rides from the yellow datsun after showing us how to play His favourite instruments…
    I can go on and on…He knows i can talk..we talked..we laughed..we joked..i had the privilege of taking him to the Doctors occasionally and Him and Mama would call to ask me which was the BEST Dr…we took selfies..we had branches…

    All i can say is REST EASY…till we meet again

  16. Penine says

    Tribute by Penine Orao.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.
    Baba,
    My tears!…..Tears!…uncontrollably rolling on me!!….
    I’m mourning the loss of a great Dad.. A pillar of the society(Ogai) of Nyakach Agoro.
    A steadfast/resolute/staunch christian within & out
    What words will express how devastated I feel against your unfortunate demise???…
    I’m so saddened that you are no more…Sounds like a dream that I will no longer find you home again…Mmhhhh!!…
    I will always miss your warm welcome & how excited you always were to see us come home Impromptu.
    You expressed Agape love & showed respect even to the minority .
    You were a God sent angel who stood in the gap for several orphans, many of whom have today succeeded in life because you touched their lives positively.
    My sincere gratitude for your voluntary rides to & from school when I needed it most especially on opening days & half terms.You knew my name but you never called me by it.I was always “nyar Kodongo”. Your parental advice significantly contributed to who we are today.
    Your death is unpalatable, however, it is inevitable.
    In you we have lost a great soul & an exemplary Dad.
    Your legacy is such a priceless gift that will forever be cherished by many..
    You fought a good fight, You ran the race. We Loved you more but God Loved you Most.
    Fare thee well japuonj…The Lord is your Shepherd.(Psalms 23: 1-6).
    RIP Baba.

  17. Penine says

    Tribute by Penine Orao.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.
    Baba,
    My tears!…..Tears!…uncontrollably rolling on me!!….
    I’m mourning the loss of a great Dad.. A pillar of the society(Ogai) of Nyakach Agoro.
    A steadfast/resolute/staunch christian within & out
    What words will express how devastated I feel against your unfortunate demise???…
    I’m so saddened that you are no more…Sounds like a dream that I will no longer find you home again…Mmhhhh!!…
    I will always miss your warm welcome & how excited you always were to see us come home Impromptu.
    You expressed Agape love & showed respect even to the minority .
    You were a God sent angel who stood in the gap for several orphans, many of whom have today succeeded in life because you touched their lives positively.
    My sincere gratitude for your voluntary rides to & from school when I needed it most especially on opening days & half terms.You knew my name but you never called me by it.I was always “nyar Kodongo”. Your parental advice significantly contributed to who we are today.
    Your death is unpalatable, however, it is inevitable.
    In you we have lost a great soul & an exemplary Dad.
    Your legacy is such a priceless gift that will forever be cherished by many..
    You fought a good fight, You ran the race. We Loved you more but God Loved you Most.
    Fare thee well japuonj…The Lord is your Shepherd.(Psalms 23: 1-6).
    RIP Baba.

  18. Sharon oketch says

    You were the person I got the privilege to call Baba, you’ve left a big gap in our hearts. You gave us the best lessons, love and protection as your grandchildren. As your time in now over here on earth, shine your way kwarwa. Nid gi kwe Ogai

  19. Jane Rabala Orieny says

    I Will dearly miss your Heart warming welcome everytime, right from the first day and how you would Smile when you see us coming and say ” Oh NyaUgenya, you have come…. you have done a good thing.
    And all the stories, lessons and advices that followed thereafter I Will treasure forever. I am truly grateful to have had the chance to share in your love, kindness and wisdom.
    Rest well Baba

  20. Lilian Okeyo says

    This is my message to kwaru.Your life was A Blessing, Your Memory ATreasure,Your Love Beyond Words and Missed Beyond Measure.Go well kwarana.

  21. Lilian Achieng Orieny says

    When the morror is broken you nolonger see your image. On that dreadful sabbath day that you departed this world to join the saints, it has not been the same again for me. Baba you where the mirror at which I looked at myself and now that you are gone my life is so empty that I feel it in my soul. My solence is the fact that you lived a righteous life. Every moment of your life is like a book on a path towards heavenly bliss… Baba you were an excellent father that everyone will wish for.. An intelligent and intellectual man full of jokes always stressing on the importance of education and hardwork in life to become a great person. Daddy my heart bleeds each time I remember that you are gone I don’t know where to begin all I keep thinking is how I wish I had that “one more” opportunity to see you to hear your voice and see you smile and crake jokes. You where my confidence and pride you did everything for us all. Daddy your departure has made me broken and transformed me into a man not by gender but by willingness to do what great men do knowing that death is the end of every mortal. This death won’t separate us for you will live in my heart for ever. I loved you I still do and will forever do. Rest in the lord true soldier of faith. Adieu my mirror

  22. Aphline Affy says

    Death is so cruel that it gives no warning when it’s about to snatch a loved one, Grandpa you were loved by many….it is said that when someone you love becomes a memory,the memory becomes a treasure ,, your memories will forever be treasured in my heart…I miss those moments when you couldn’t eat without me by your side….those moments we would story together I really miss you my joy maker….words can’t express how much I miss you….May your soul rest in eternal peace grandpa.

  23. Brezhnef Leonard Nyaura( Urusi) says

    Grandpa was humble, selfless and had time for everyone. When I lost my dad in the year 2002, he stood by us as a family. He saw the weight on my shoulder as a first born son. He was my advisor on many things every chance I had. As a kid, I remember grandpa had time to assist everyone. His datsun 1200 could take people to hospital however late. He was always the driver. He had a big heart, he loved Church, he was always there. We loved you grandpa, rest with the Angels!

  24. Timothy Nyongesa says

    My heartfelt condolences to colleague Josephine and entire family. Remain strong as you mourn.

  25. Wilberforce Imbayi says

    To Josephine and family,
    Receive my heartfelt condolences, May the Almighty God grant you peace and comfort during this time of mourning

  26. Jasper Odhiambo says

    Rest well japuonj. To the Orieny family home and abroad, accept my co condolences and my fadhe rest well.

  27. Wendy Kasera says

    Babu, as I would call you. A limb has fallen from the family tree. You would want us to grieve you not but celebrate you. You had a philosophical approach to life and a great perspective when it came to the little things, never displaying anger or impatience. Instead you showed a great dignity , wisdom and humour.
    I remember you always wanting to practice your impeccable Swahili with us when we came to visit and it was filled with humour and grace.
    You go now to your rest, at peace knowing that you were truly loved and appreciated during your time on this earth.
    You fought a good fight babu, you finished the race and you kept the faith.
    Farewell Babu farewell.

  28. Fred Oanda- colleague says

    To Josephine Kasera and family
    It is sad to lose a loved one but our heavenly father knows your as a family. My prayer to you is that may our good Lord comfort you at this sorrowful moment. As Christians, we do believe that we shall meet with our loved ones that beautiful morning of the resurrection day when Christ shall return

  29. Don Okech says

    Kwaru you are the world’s greatest grand pa the best anyone would wish to have. Your kindness is unmatched, You perfected the art of giving. Kwaru your soft and humble nature always inspired us. You touched many souls, shaped and guided many people to achieve their dreams and goals in life
    You have fought a good fight, You have finished the race but kept the Faith. You are gone but your legacy and spirit lives
    REST IN PEACE KWARU
    REST IN PEACE JA KOKAL

  30. Ken Orieny says

    You truly were a fulfilling and righteous father. I honour you and thank you for being a great dad in our lives. You gave us a successful foundation and taught us how to be self-sufficient more so loved us unconditionally. Your memoir will be told to many generations. I thank God for you and cherish the memories we made

  31. DEDAN ORIENY says

    Dad you have always been the best in terms of spiritual care, an advisor and a father who took up all his fatherhood roles. I appreciate you, I admire you and I’m humbled with all your goodness that is beyond description. You gave me the best as your first born when you were strong. Your passion for education was great. Your love and dedication to the church surpasses many. May God rest your soul in eternal peace .

  32. Wesley Orieny Kasera says

    Still seems so unreal, was with you a few weeks ago, always thought you would live forever babu, never was I prepared for this, you have left an abyss that can never be filled, you were a father figure to me, only words of wisdom came out when you spoke, the pillar of the greater Orieny family…we love you but God loves you more, will greatly miss you, Rest in peace…till we meet again

  33. Paul Orieny says

    Dad started humble, actually very very humble, but through his life and progress you literally saw the hand of God and the blessings that God can bestow on someone who truly believed and practiced his faith.

    Dad loved his children so much, that even as a man he had an attachment to us that could only be best described as maternal. He was never ashamed about it and didn’t feel that it made him less of a man to do so. I remember when we were young he regularly carried us on his lap.

    Dad was a man ahead of his time in his wisdom and values. His version of democracy, human rights for everyone regardless of their status, were things that he cherished at a time when the culture expected an African man to be authoritarian at best. I personally attribute my pursuing human rights work, and work as counselor and a healer to those who have been hurt by others, to the values that I saw from Dad.

    One more thing, dad exemplified the Isaiah 6:8 missionary attitude of “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” and he said, “Here am I! Send me.” As truly as he was dedicated and always ready to be sent to do God’s work, he was equally ready to be sent to serve his community and he did so with dedication as an educator and as a senior elder.

    I was named after my grandfather Okeyo, and dad never called me by my name. He always referred to me as Mzee, or Jadoung’. I’ll miss that and the fondness that came with it.
    There is so much that could be said about dad, but for today, I’d also like to focus on gratitude and goodness that his life brought to so many people. He was a man of God, a patriarch, a noble man, an anchor, a leader, a moral force, a guiding light whose love showed us the way, a teacher, a musician, a hero, a friend. He was one of a kind.

    Rest in Peace Dad, till we meet at Jesus feet.

  34. Hugo Orieny says

    Thank you Grandpa for being such a great role model. Our whole family looked up to you in so many ways. We were lucky to have you.
    Thank you for caring about what was going on in my life. You supported me in whatever I was doing, and always wanted to know more about me.
    Thank you for being one of my favorite people in the world.

  35. Hillda says

    After 30 years as a daughter-in-law, I maintain – Baba was a Great Man. A man of the true living God. A man of wonderful intellect, a great soul of matchless courage, and one of the great men who graced the earth. He was a man whose conscience was his guide. His rectitude and sincerity of his actions are my treasured memories. Brilliant mind that loved sincerely. A man of great integrity. One of the many lessons I take from him is his definition for SUCCESS. “Success isn’t what others can see, but how you feel. It’s living your truth and doing what makes you truly happy. Failure keeps us humble; Success keeps us glowing. But only faith keeps us going”. He walked the talk!

    Pumzika kwa amani!

  36. JOYCE ORIENY WIFE says

    For a wife a husband is often her identity and her King. The fondness between a wife and her husband grows stronger over the years that they are together. For Japuonj, I was proud to be called by his name. He was a loving husband and a good father to our children. He loved God and was a true Christian. We lived together for 58 years and during this time he was caring, patient, considerate, reliable, respectable and prayerful. He respected me as a wife and guided his children to love God. He was hospitable to guests and enjoyed telling them stories. I did not expect him to leave so soon. I will keep your memory and will really miss your company. Rest with hope my dear husband till we meet again during resurrection. Amen

  37. Dr. Dominic Omboto says

    God is the one who gives and takes. Mzee has finished his journey.We pray God comforts the entire family. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

  38. Steven Lee Kasera says

    I never imagined I wouldn’t see you again in this life, grandpa. I remember you always being so joyful with us. Full of energy too, that you never actually felt old. I am proud to have had you as my grandpa. I will miss you profoundly.

  39. Beryl Kasera Finn says

    I’m at a loss for words, Kwara, the weight of your loss has rendered me speechless.
    So I borrow the words of Maya Angelou, who wrote:
    ‘When great souls die, the air around us becomes light, rare, sterile.
    We breathe, briefly.
    Our eyes, briefly, see with a hurtful clarity.
    Our memory, suddenly sharpened,
    examines, gnaws on kind words
    unsaid, promised walks never taken.

    And when great souls die,
    after a period peace blooms,
    slowly and always
    irregularly. Spaces fill
    with a kind of
    soothing electric vibration.
    Our senses, restored, never
    to be the same, whisper to us.
    They existed. They existed.
    We can be. Be and be
    better. For they existed.

    I take comfort in the knowledge that you lived full life, so even though you are gone, you are not forgotten. You molded and nurtured me through your stories, kind gestures, and wise words. I’m certain I speak for all your grandchildren when I say, we’ll never forget how much you cared about each one of us, and how important you made each one of us feel. You were a wonderful grandfather, and your legacy will live on!

  40. Josephine Kasera says

    Submitted on 2020/11/11 at 2:11 pm
    My father was a special man, coming from a humble beginning, he was sober calm and wise and a role model to many. For me as a daughter we had a special bond. He always called me by my pet name -Nyakayo. Dad encouraged me when I lost my husband and told me to focus on the life beyond the grave, because life here on earth was too short. I heard him loud and clear and took his advice seriously. He prayed for me and believed in me. He was my friend, my inspiration and strength and loved me unconditionally. He was reliable and consistent in his values as a Christian and was a good story-teller. He loved singing and taught some of the best set pieces I have ever heard. Baba played a major role in my children’s lives, he was like a father to them, he advised them and loved them so much. Words cannot tell how much I esteemed you Daddy. To Mama be strong and keep Dad’s legacy alive. Let the Lord dwell with you and fill up the void you will experience in your life. Fare thee well Daddy till we meet again when the ‘Roll is Called up Yonder

  41. Thé Rabalas says

    May the Lord comfort you in this season as we are reminded that He is our hope and know that Mzee put his trust in Him. We thank God for his life and his legacy.
    “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” ‭‭Romans‬ ‭15:13‬ ‭NIV‬‬

  42. Jacqueline Barongo says

    To Josephine kasera and family, may our lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. I pray that, may our Lord brings you and your family the much-needed peace during this sad time. please accept my sincere condolences.

  43. Vicky Osumba says

    Your abscence echoes in my heart. It is the way your eyes lit up everytime we met, the kind word, the urge to propell us further with words of encouragement. You embodied light, love and peace. I am forever grateful for you and thank you for allowing me to be a part of your Journey. Rest in peace.

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