Death Announcement for Nicholas Njenga of Middletown, Delaware

The Late Nicholas Njenga December 17 1981 - April 13, 2012

We regret to announce the sad demise of Nick Njenga. The 31 year old Nicholas Njenga of Savanna Auto Care in Newark, Delaware was working on the company truck. Nicholas was pinned between the gate and the truck after the lift gate malfunctioned. He died of his injuries at Christiana Hospital in Newark, Delaware on April 13, 2012 (Read that story here).

Nicholas was the son of Mr. Joe Njenga Mungai and Mrs. Hannah Nyambura Njenga of Kiserian, Ngong Kenya. He was the brother to Anthony Mungai Njenga, Fredrick Kiarie Njenga of Kiserian Ngong, Caroline Njoki Njenga, and Benson Njuguna Njenga of Middletown Delaware USA.

Family and friends are meeting daily at Christ Celebration Center, 104 Carson Dr., Newark, DE 19701 from 6pm.

There will be a Memorial Service on Saturday April 21, 2012 at New Life Worship Center located at 60 Fir Ave., Bear, DE 19701. Viewing starts at 3 pm and the Service at 4pm followed by a fundraiser.

Donations can be deposited to:
Bank of America
Checking Account # 383010239957
Routing # 031202084
Checks made payable to: Ben Njenga

For more information please contact;
Patrick Njonjo: 610.585.6726
Henry Njenga: 610.716.1464
Michael Ndario: 302.563.2861
Judy Kuria: 302.897.0960

December 17th, 1981 –  April 13th, 2012

R.I.P. Our Dear Brother

 

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Irene Achesa

My deepest condolences. May God rest you, Nick, in Eternal Peace.

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