Colleagues Mourn, Lay Loved Ones to Rest
BY EPHLINE OKOTH
AND PAULINE NGURUKIE
Described as a loving, mindful, wise and outwardly happy man, the late Patrick Mbindyo was laid to rest on Wednesday March 28, 2018, amidst praise from family, former colleagues and friends. Mbindyo was said to have had a good fight and has now proceeded to rest. Speaker after speaker, they eulogized the late Mbindyo during the burial ceremony at the family home in Makueni County.
The late is the father to, Ms. Irene Mutuku, who is stationed at the School Human Resource Department in Lower Kabete, passed on while undergoing treatment at the Nairobi Hospital.
Mbindyo had been diagnosed with Diabetes in the year 1991 and had since been under medication before breathing his last on the night of March, 18, 2018.
We will not forget the beautiful time we had with you, father. We shall cherish all that you taught us?, remarked the seventh born child, Irene, who eulogized her dad as one who guided his children in wise ways.
And in Kasikeu Location, Ann Wavinya
Muli, was laid to rest on Saturday March 24, 2018 in a ceremony attended by close family, friends, relatives and colleagues. Ann passed on from a poisonous scorpion bite on Friday March 9, 2018. She was sister to, Esther Wambua and Loise Wanza, who are attached to the School‘s Hospitality Department in Lower Kabete.
The pain of losing a loved was evident during the burial and sometimes it became unbearable. Speakers, however, made it clear that what matters during such times is the support that those engulfed with the pain receive. The Kenya School of Government already had this realization and offered great support to the bereaved families various in ways. Staff
members joined the bereaved colleagues in laying their loved ones to rest.
Meanwhile, arrangements are underway for the burial of, Dr. Ambrose Nzomo, father of Katunge Kiilu, who is a Senior Lecturer at the School. The late Nzomo passed away on Tuesday March 27, 2018 and will be laid to rest on Saturday April 7, 2018 at his home in Ndalani, Yatta Constituency in Machakos County. A requiem mass for the late Nzomo is scheduled for today Friday April 6, 2018 at the St. Paul‘s Catholic University Chapel at 2.00pm.
The Communication Department, on behalf of the KSG fraternity, prays that the souls of the departed loved ones rest in God‘s eternal peace.