It saddens the Njonjo family to announce the untimely death of our beloved Son and Brother, Peter Njonjo Ndungu. He died of complications following aortic dissection repair surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, on 1/7/2019. Peter was the Son of the Late Bernard Njonjo and is survived by his mother, Peris Njonjo, brother to John Njonjo (Baltimore MD), Mendi, Simon, John Njonjo and his loving Son, Michael.
Peter was an elder brother, a charming friend and had time for all including the young. We will all miss him dearly. We Thank God for Peter, he was a blessing to many. He lies in Baltimore, Maryland and on behalf of his family; we are reaching out to you for assistance on his final journey home to Kenya.
Budget: We need to raise $14,945 (Ksh 1,494,500.00) for this purpose, which includes monies for the funeral home charges, embalming, transportation, memorial services and funeral at his final resting place in Muranga.
Contribution: Please contribute using the following:
- CashApp to: James Waweru 202-617-1782 ($Jaymomuchiri): Beatrice Njonjo 443-678-3042 ($bnjonjo): John Njonjo 443-301-4070 ($NjonjoJ): Peter Karenge 703-624-3490 ($Karenge), Agy Mugo 4435251771 ($AgyMugo1) and Alex Njoroge – 443-939-5585 – ($Alexnjoroge);
- GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/peter-njonjo-funeral-expenses/ ; and
- MPesa: Margaret Njonjo (Mendi) on 0722250104.
Daily Meetings: There will also be daily prayers, meetings and financial support meetings held at John’s residence located at 7827 Perry Road, Baltimore, MD 21236) starting at 7 PM. In Kenya, friends and family are meeting at Mama Peter’s home at Riverside, Thika every evening, starting tonight (coordinated by Margaret Njonjo (Mendi- 0722250104).
Memorial Service and Financial Support: It will be held on Saturday January 12th 2019 at 4:00 PM at Elimu Center located at 9600 Pulaski Park Drive, Suite 115, Middle River, MD 21220.
The family appreciates your support, thoughts and prayers. Eternal rest grant to him, O Lord; and may perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul, through the mercy of God, rest in peace, Amen!
Aromama Kwega Kuraga!