A Kenyan in the U.S. Air Force Has Passed Away in Hampton, Virginia

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The Late Victor Mambo Kioko: Sunrise Nov 16, 1982 Sunset Apr21, 2012

It is with deep regret that we announce the untimely death of TSGT (Technical Sergeant) Victor Mambo Kioko of Hampton, Virginia.

Until his sudden death he worked for the United States Air Force.  He was the beloved son of Mr. Timothy Kioko and Mery Kioko of Douglasville, Georgia. He was the brother to Jackline Kioko and Ben Kioko.

Prayers for the family will be held on Tuesday 4/24/2012 @ 7pm at Christ Harvesters’ Church (877 Franklin Rd., Marietta, GA 30067)

Family and friends will continue meeting at Christ Harvesters’ Church from 7:00PM.

Your prayers and financial support to aid in transportation of the body back to Kenya for burial will be highly appreciated.

MEMORIAL SERVICE AND FUNDRAISER

Sunday 4/29/12

Time: 2:30pm Onwards

Venue: Christ Harvesters' Church

877 Franklin Rd. Marietta, GA 30067

 

Send Checks To:

Mery Kioko (mamamwende@msn.com)

2734 Jaguar Dr

Ellenwood, GA 30294

Donations can be made to any Bank of America under account name: Victor Kioko Funeral Fund

FUNERAL SERVICE

Prayers and burial ceremony will be held on May 5th, 2012 at Ithaeni Village, Machakos, Kenya.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

Kathleen Mwangi 678 491 0532

Mary Kangethe 770 873 1184

Isaac Mukuria 678 467 8086

Pastor Samuel Weru 678 760 9941

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Mercy Nyagah
Ngai amurathime. Twi vamwe.
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Michelle
i really really miss him. i wish i could make him come back

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