A Kenyan Passes Away In Maryland

Chevy Chase, MD - It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing on to glory of late John Njoroge Muturi of Chevy Chase Maryland, USA, on 11th December 2009 at Washington Adventist Hospital, Takoma Park, Maryland, USA, after a faith-filled battle with illness. He was the son of the late James Muturi and Eddah Muturi of Karura Kanyungu, Gikuni, Kikuyu. He was the husband to Mrs. Jane Waithira Njoroge and father to James Muturi, Evans Ndungu, both of Banana Hills, Kenya, and George Wainaina of USA. He was father-in-law to Grace Wanjiku Muturi.

He was brother to Jennifer Gatura, the late Karen Mugure, Rahab Njeri, George Wainaina, Mary Kamau, Nancy Munyua and Tom Thuo, all of Kenya. He was grandfather to John Njoroge Muturi. Son-in-law to the late Mr and Mrs John Ndungu Murimi and brother-in-law to Mrs. Rachel Wanjiku Gathu, Mrs Peris Njeri Karanja, Margaret Nyambura Nguyo, all of USA, Mrs. Njuhi Wangombe of Gatanga, Mrs. Lucy Mugure Gichuhi, Mrs. Nduta Kinyanjui and Wambui Ndungu, all of Nyathuna.
 
His body will be laid to rest in Maryland, USA, on 26th December 2009.
 
Family and friends are meeting every evening at 2811 Terrace DR, APT No. 115, Chevy Chase, MD 20815-3815.
 
Send your contributions to  Mrs. Jane Njoroge at 2811 Terace DR., APT No. 115, Chevy Chase, MD 20815-3815.
 
For more details,Please Contact:

George Wainaina – 240 350 1534

Peter Chege-301 806 0511

Peris Karanja-301452 2800
Pastor Gatambia-301 802 8794

 

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