A Kenyan Man Has Passed Away in Baltimore, Maryland

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The Late Justin Marasa

It is with deep sorrow and sadness that we announce the sudden death of Justin Marasa which occurred in Baltimore, Maryland on April 9th, 2012. 

The late was a dear brother to Dr. Bernard Marasa of Baltimore, Maryland and brother-in-law to Nancy Angwenyi and loving uncle to Watson Marasa and Janelle Marasa of Baltimore, MD. He was a beloved father to Alexander Leland Marasa.

Daily Prayers/Meetings

Family, relatives and friends are meeting daily at Dr. Benard Marasa’s residence: 5205 Saybrook Rd, Baltimore, MD 21206 for prayers starting at 6pm sharp.

Friends and relatives are encouraged to pray for Dr. Marasa's Family.

Memorial service
There will be a Memorial Service on Saturday, April 21 2012, at Vaughn Greene funeral home East location which is located at 4905 York Road, Baltimore Md  21212. The viewing will start at 12.00 pm followed by a service at 1pm.

Fundraiser
There will be a fundraiser on Saturday, April 21 2012 at All Nations Outreach 9600 Pulaski Park Drive, Suite 115 Middle River, Md. 21220 at 4pm. Friends of Dr. Marasa family who will be unable to attend are encouraged to bless the family with prayers and financial support to help ship the remains to Kenya  using Bank of America, Garden Village Branch, Baltimore, MD 21206; Acct number 003936284531 c/o of Dr. Bernard Marasa.

For directions or information please contact the following :

In Maryland:
Dr. Rodgers Mokua: 443-635-0792
Dr. Josephat Omwancha: 419-699-1881
Mr. Sammy Nyamao: 443-983-2630
Dr. Robert Matunda: 443-531-4761
Mr. Zablon Karara: 410-412-6259
Mr. Vincent Mongare: 443-418-7817
Mrs. Damaris Victor: 410-802-4317
Mr. Gitau Njenga: 410-961-1215
Mr. Benard Nyagechi: 410-245-6446
Mr. Josphat Kobia: 443-527-8217
Mr. Steve Mwangi: 443-621-0551
Dr. Jari Raji: 443-622-8592
Pastor Patrick Kibui: 443-527-4556
 
In New Jersey:
Mr. David Orwochi: 201-920-6611
Mr. Richard Nyamao: 973-454-8830
Mr. Gilbert Monyancha: 201-892-9096

In Minnesota:
Jared Okindo: 952-406-2034

In Texas:
Onditi Mogoba: 682-597-0096

In California:
Dr. Moses Bosire: 510-688-1832

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