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Mwalimu Washington Omollo Kinyanyi 12/02/1942 - 01/11/2020

EARLY LIFE
The late Mzee Washingtpn Omollo Kinaynyi was born in 1942 to the late Justo Kinyanyi and the late Mama Leah Nende Kinyanyi at Luanda Kagina Village, Doho sub-location, Kisa West Location, Khwisero Sub-County in Kakamega County. He was born the last born in a family of (7) seven siblings; sisters were Opiche the late, Adhiambo the late, brothers were; Ernest Osere the late, Simon Odero, Didan Sijenyi the late and Amos Agina.

EDUCATION
The late Mzee Washington started his primary education at Luanda AC Primary School by the then school was known as Luanda sector as from the year 1951, he was in standard (1) one after four years he sat for Common Entrance Examination, he passed highly and was taken to Luanda Intermediate school then in the year 1961 he sat for Kenya African Prelimanary Exams, Washington passed highly and obtained two certicates that year (1961) which were leaving certicate and the K.A.P.E.) certicate.
He later joined Kaimosi Teachers Training College where he trained as a teacher.

MARRIAGE
Mzee Washington Omollo married Mama Felgona Akoth in 1964 and later married Mama Beldine Awino in 1976 and were blessed with the following children; Margaret Akinyi, Silvano Argwings, Agneta Obiero(late), Nanslyne Omollo, Milton Omollo (late), Zablon Sangoro(late), Sara Omollo, Loise Omollo, Pauline Omollo, Steven Odhiambo Omollo and Alice Achieng Omollo. He also left 30 (thirty) grandchildren and 11 (Eleven) great grandchildren.

EMPLOYMENT
Mzee was a good teacher who taught in various school such a Malanga Primary, Huluwino Primary and nally retired at Uyonga Primary in the year 1991. He was also an active member of Luanda Ack Church – Maseno Diocese where he participated in various capacities until his demise.

ILLNESS AND DEPARTURE
Mzee Washington Omollo was always healthy, active and strong until July, 2018 when he suffered paralysis due to hypertension which kept him down for a longtime, he suddenly worsened and met he death on 1st November, 2020.

THURSDAY 12TH NOVEMBER, 2020
3:00PM: Family and friends assemble at Yala Sub-County Hospital Mortuary, Yala,
4:00PM: The cortege leaves Mortuary for Luanda ACK Church for a requiem Mass.
6:00PM: The body leaves church for his home in Luanda village for viewing and over night vigil.

FRIDAY 13TH NOVEMBER, 2020
9:00AM: Arrival of mourners
Introduction and opening prayers.
11:00AM: SPEECHES

  • Friends
  • Relatives
  • Family
  • Eulogy
  • Administration
  • Vote of Thanks

1:00PM: THE CHURCH TAKES OVER
Sermon
Offertory and viewing of the body
2:30PM: Burial procession

Condolences(48)

  1. Betty Waff says

    My sister Sarah and brother Chris, my heart goes out to you and your family at this dark time in your life. I wish you peace and comfort that only our Lord and saviors Jesus Christ can give.

  2. Eudia Odhiambo says

    To Sarah. You have lost a pillar in your life and may God hold you as you go through this moments of sorrow for it only takes God to go through such storms .
    Chris you have lost a Father too may you find peace from our Father divine .

    May you keep the faith even to meet with the loved gone before on the resurrection Morning ..

  3. Lillian Okoth says

    To Sarah and Chris, May God comfort you and your family and give you peace during this difficult time 🙏 and beyond. May he heal your broken hearts and wipe your tears.

    We look forward to Christ’s second coming when there shall be no more sorrows, no tomorrow, no more crying and no more dying in that beautiful city of gold. As we wait for the resurrection morning, may God bless you for taking care of your dad.

  4. Ongala Maurice says

    Soon and very soon, we shall bit this world bye. Then death will no longer reign. We shall meet out loved ones by the sea of glass. What a tearfully joyful moment that will be! But until then, we must keep waiting, watching, trusting and hoping. My beloved sister and brother SaraChris, May the peace of the Lord fill your hearts to overflow during this trying period.

  5. Herina Onyach says

    Sarah/Chris,our God sees every tear and all your pain and he calls you to cast all your cares upon him,may he carry your loss and make it lighter as you you go through your loss.
    Therefore humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time, casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you.” 1 Peter‬ ‭5:6-7

  6. Matoro Gordon says

    To the family, may God comfort you in His own special way. It is difficult question to be answered here on earth but let’s all be sure that it is not the end, that Beautiful Morning is coming when we shall all say bye to all these sorrows. Be strong and firm in the Lord.

  7. Elly Akoko says

    To Sarah and Chris and the entire family mzee, poleni sana, It is well with The Lord

  8. Jacynter Were says

    Sarah and Chris, may the peace of the Lord be yours during this trying moment, and may your hope be built on nothing less, but on Jesus Christ and His righteousness. Soon He comes to take us home where there shall be no more sorrow, pain, sadness and death. There shall we meet Dad and the loved ones of the earth who slept in the Lord. I hope to meet you there by the Crystal Sea. Until then, let us continue doing the works of Him who gave us this special hope. Am praying for you and the entire family.

  9. Cosmas Onyango Gori says

    To Sarah and Chris you have lost a pillar. But let us have hope that during the resurrection morning we shall meet again with our departed ones

  10. The Allans says

    We pray for divine comfort for you Chris, Sarah and the entire family as you go through this dark patch. may God’s sufficient grace lead you now and days after and may he remain the pillar that holds you in sad and happy moments. for sure resurrection is promised to all who believe in God. we look forward to meeting baba when the trumpet sounds.

  11. Edward Asiyo says

    My condolences 💐 to the family and friends.

  12. Chipiliro Santhe says

    Dear Sarah and Chris, so sorry for your loss. May the good Lord comfort you during this difficult time. May He keep us all faithful so that we shall reunite with Dad dearest on that resurrection morning. Pepani

  13. Bernard Mucha says

    To Sara and Chris . There are some things to remember more so at this particular time. First God Himself. He loves you. He intends your best good. Pray that you will trust Him as a child trusts a loving parent. God lives in the future as He does in the present. Nothing takes Him by surprise. He attends the funeral of every sparrow. He counts the hairs of your head. He is painted when you are painted. “He will keep you in perfect peace, the person whose mind stop at you, oh God” Isaiah 26:3.
    No matter what happens you are never alone. I Am is always present.

  14. Bob Nyagoa Ataro says

    My Inlaw Sarah And Bro Chris, Jesus Does Care Yes He Cares!

  15. Gray Jack Nanthoka says

    We are shocked to learrn that you have departed from us..May your soul rest in peace.

  16. Kamande Family says

    My Sincere and Deep Condolences to Chris and Sarah. God see you through and strengthen you till the great Resurrection Morning

  17. Kajaka Samuel says

    Please, may time heal the sadness that you feel with the loss of your Dad. During this tough times, know that you and your entire family is in my prayer. Furthermore, know that there is HOPE IN CHRIST beyond tears, grave, coffin and any other burden that we may be passing through. Hold on to Jesus Christ and as well He will hold you. Peaceful moments.

  18. Atieno says

    For we shall be changed in a twinkling of an eye, the dead in Christ shall rise. This is our hope for re-union on that wonderful day.

  19. The Oteckos says

    All creation groans, longing for the day in which death shall be brought to an end. As we wait, we keep our hearts ready. As you wait, find comfort in God and hope in the certainty of the resurrection of the just. Shalom!

  20. Sory Diallo says

    Bonjour mon frere c’est avec une profonde douleur que j’ai appris le decce de notre cher aime pere et beau pere. Dans cette douloureuse circonstance je presente a vous et toutes votre famille mes sincere condolences que la terre lui soit lagare. Amen.

  21. Tabitha Akinyi says

    Dear Sarah and the entire family,
    May the Lord comfort you during this time and give you the peace that you so need now and for the days to come. Nind gi kwe Baba..

  22. Chris says

    To Chris and Sarah my sister. I pray that the Lord our Father will visit with you and comfort you at this trying time. As the creator He understands may He wipe your tears and hope for the resurrection morning why will witness the final burial of death where we shall ask death where is thy power.

  23. Inoussa Drabo says

    By this message, I woud like to present my concondolences to Dr Chris and all his family. May the soul of our father reste in peace.

  24. Tom Owiti says

    Sincere condolences to the family and prayers for heavenly comfort, peace, courage and hope.
    Ageno wanarom e polo, e dho wath marieny, dho nam dhahabu, e dala Wuonwa e piny mar mor, kwasidho osimb locho! 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

  25. Philip Zeph says

    E dho wath man loka Nam Pewe rieny kuno maler, nitie duol maluongae, nyak aren’t adhi.
    While we still have life, there is work that we must do. Mzee has finished his part of the race, and hopefully, there is a crown laid for him, and as Paul says, “not to him alone, but to all who have loved and waited for his appearance.”

    This is the blessed hope. Time can not be revised. But a time sooner than imagined, we shall meet our loved ones like Baba Sarah. Amen.

  26. Nyanja James Opado says

    My sincere condolences to both Chris and Sarah.. Death has robbed us of an integral system pillar in our life.. My prayers and thoughts are with you a’d family during this loss. May our good God see you through this difficult time

  27. Davis Opiyo says

    To my friend Chris and other family members, I pray that God give you strength during difficult time. Mwalimu is asleep and the sleep shall be sweet according to the Bible 🙏. It is well 🙏.

  28. Lenin Were says

    In times like these you need a Savior
    In times like these you need an Anchor
    Be very sure be very sure your anchor holds and grips the solid rock.

    My heartfelt condolences

  29. Nixon Gecheo says

    My condolences to Chris and Sarah Ojiewo. May God give you succour

  30. J.B. Ahago says

    Pole sana Daktari and your greater family during this tough period. May the Lord almighty grant you strength & peace and Rest Mwalimu’s soul in eternal peace.

  31. George Ambatta says

    My deep condolences to you Sarah and Chris, and the entire family on the loss of a father. Separating from a parent is never easy regardless of how old. It’s my prayer therefore that the Almighty God comforts you and gives you strength during this period. Death shall be brought to pass when our Lord and saviour returns as recorded in 1 Corinthians 15.

  32. Philip Ojwang says

    Poleni Sana for your loss. Be Strong till morning.

  33. Dorothy Akinyi says

    My condolences to Sarah and Chris. Our God is still God and is still in his throne.

  34. Ken Ochuka says

    My deepest condolences to Sarah and Chris. May you trust and look up to the Lord for comfort and solace at this difficult time in your life. The Lord still cares.

  35. Elly Olang says

    To Sarah, All is well and it shall be well. Take heart.

  36. Lameck Wafula says

    My dear friends Sarah and Chris, together with your entire families, received my condolences and those of my family. It has never been easy to bear the loss of a loved one. Losing a father is truly difficult and often voids are left so suddenly that it would take a while before the dust settles. Mourn like believers that it may become a lifelong testimony for unbelievers in attendance. Seize the moment to glorify God.

  37. Dennis E. Tippe says

    To Sarah and Chris, my heart condolences is with you and your family. May Lord be your comfort at this difficult time in your life.

  38. George Opado says

    To Chris and family,
    On behalf of my family and I, kindly receive our sincere sympathies and condolences for the demise of your father. We look forward to that resurrection morning when we shall reign victorious over death. My our ever loving Lord Jesus Christ give you peace, favour and hope as you endure these troubling times of your lives. Poleni sana.

  39. Manayeh kassahun Merra says

    To Sarah and Chris, my heart condolences is with you and your family. May Lord be your comfort at this difficult time in your life.

  40. Raewyn P Diggerman says

    Dear Sarah and Chris and your extended family – This lovely gentleman, father, will add to your many beautiful memories – he has shared part of your journey, and added his specialness to your lives, and blessed you in many ways. You are hugged in my heart ❤ ❤ and I pray you will sense the peace of God surround you – with love xoxo

  41. Dan, Mercy, Dylan and Amanda says

    Accept our deepest sympathy Sarah and Chris at this trying time of grief and sorrow. May Almighty God grant you the fortitude to bear this, sufficient grace to go through and peace that surpasses all human understanding. Our thoughts and prayer for you and your family. It is well

  42. Titus Mbata says

    May you find solace in God’s providence as you celebrate the memories as we await the resurrection morning. Poleni sana.

  43. Elvira and Charles says

    Sarah and Chris, accept our condolences for the loss of your beloved father. May the great memories as well as the promise of our resurrection keep you going! May peace abide by you now and always!

  44. Roy Otugha says

    Heartfelt condolences on the loss of Jaduong’ni Chris Ojiewo thura. May you and your better half find comfort in the Almighty.

  45. Reuben Nataro says

    The pain that comes with the loss of a beloved parent is so heavy to comprehend, but the assurance that come from God is full of comfort and peace that endureth forever. My sincere condolence to the family of our father-in-law, Mwalimu Washington Omollo. May your soul RIP.

  46. Barrack Ndegwa says

    We are waiting for the day when the trump of the Lord shall sound and time shall be no more. The dead in Christ shall arise first, followed by those who are alive. We shall meet mzee once again and we will never, never part again. Amen.

  47. cojiewo says

    Friends,
    I am back to express my deepest gratitude and appreciation for your overwhelming support at a time of need. I must say it was beyond expectation. Now I know while still alive that we are loved. I even feel undeserving for the level of support received. I feel deeply indebted. Experience is a comb which nature gives us when we are bald. You availed hair at a time we were hairless with a sharp comb in our hands. What shall I render to Jehovah, for he has done so very much for me. And what shall I render back to you folks than a contrite heart full of gratitude. Many thanks for your consoling words. Many thanks for the encouragements. Many thanks specifically for your financial support. May God refill your barns even unto overflow. May you never lack.

    Yours truly,

    Chrisarah Ojiewo.

  48. cojiewo says

    Friends,
    I am back to express my deepest gratitude and appreciation for your overwhelming support at a time of need. I must say it was beyond expectation. Now I know while still alive that we are loved. I even feel undeserving for the level of support received. I feel deeply indebted. Experience is a comb which nature gives us when we are bald. You availed hair at a time we were hairless with a sharp comb in our hands. What shall I render to Jehovah, for he has done so very much for me. And what shall I render back to you folks than a contrite heart full of gratitude. Many thanks for your consoling words. Many thanks for the encouragements. Many thanks specifically for your financial support. May God refill your barns even unto overflow. May you never lack.
    Yours truly,
    Chrisarah Ojiewo.

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