George Njuguna

Celebration of Life

11:00 am
Saturday, July 10, 2021
online, Texas, United States
11:00 am CST 7:00 pm East African Time

Obituary of George Kiarie Njuguna

Family and friends are holding a Celebration of his Life via Zoom on Saturday, July 10th, 2021 at 11.00 am CST, 7.00 pm East African Time. George Kiarie Njuguna passed away peacefully on June 4th, 2021 in The Colony, Texas, from cancer at the age of 67. Kiarie was born in Kiambu, Kenya. He was preceded in death by his parents: Stephen Njuguna Karanja and Alice Nyaikamba Iticha, and two brothers: Hulbert N. Njuguna and Martin Mungai (Igeria) Njuguna. He is survived by: one brother, Lewis K. Kamiri, of Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA; four sisters: Helen W. Wainaina of Ituramiro, Kenya; Sophia W. Karanja of Gitaru, Kenya; Joyce W. Gatei of Gathiga, Kenya; and Charity N. Kamoche of Hoffman Estates, Illinois, USA; two sisters-in-law: Margaret M. Njuguna of Kiambu, Kenya, and Theresia W. Mungai of Githiga, Kenya; and several nephews, nieces, great-nephews and great-nieces. In honor of his wishes, he will be cremated. A virtual celebration of his life will be held at a time to be announced soon. Kiarie attended Githiga Primary School and Githiga Secondary School before coming to the USA in 1973 for higher education. He graduated from State University College at Buffalo, NY (BA Economics) and State University of New York at Binghamton, NY (MA Economics). He worked at the University of Oklahoma Libraries and El Chico Restaurants in Oklahoma before moving to Texas where he was employed at Target Corporation prior to his passing. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Faith Presbyterian Caring Fund. The Caring Fund provides for the care of unfunded patients as well as the special programming and clinical services called “Faith Difference.” These include special therapies such as music, massage, and pet therapy, as well as a children’s bereavement program. Contact Information: The T. Boone Pickens Center/Faith Presbyterian Hospice 12477 Merit Drive, Dallas, Texas 75251 or online
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