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ANOTHER KENYAN FOUND DEAD AT HOME IN ST. LOUIS, MO

Posted by Administrator on October 13, 2009

The Late Jane Ngatia who was found dead at her home in St. Louis, MO

The Late Jane Ngatia who was found dead at her home in St. Louis, MO

Barely three weeks after losing another Kenyan in similar circumstances in Dallas, TX, the Kenyan Community in St. Louis, MO is mourning the loss of one of their own. Mrs Jane Ngatia was found dead at her home on Monday night, October 12, 2009. According to our source, Pastor Paul Macharia (Christ Covenant Church) speaking to Jambonewspot on phone from St. Louis, Ms Ngatia’s body was discovered by her mother Rev Pastor Jemimah Ngatia. Pastor Ngatia had gone to check on her daughter after she had not heard from her for a few days. The last comunication with the deceased is said to have been on Thursday, October 8th, 2009. The deceased is said to have been dead for approximately three days prior to the discovery of her body. 

Jane was the daugter to Rev.Dr.Jemimah Ngatia of the United African Presbyterian Church.and Benson Ngatia Sr. She leaves behind one son, Benson Ngatia Jr and one sister, Joy N.Njogu. The cause of her death is yet to be determined by St.Louis County medical exerminer.

Visitation(wake) and Fund Raising will be held on 10/23/2009(Friday) from 3:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m Memorial service and funeral will be held on 10/24/2009(Saturday) from 10:00 a.m.  People will continue to meet for prayers  at United African Presbyterian Church.from 6:00 p.m.

More updates and Funeral arrangement will be communicated  to all as arrangements progress. Your financial Contribution towards the Funeral and Burial expenses will be highly appreciated.

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8 Responses to “ANOTHER KENYAN FOUND DEAD AT HOME IN ST. LOUIS, MO”

  1. Rebecca Njiru said

    Something is going on with our Kenyan people and it something that needs to be taken care of. I think we have a lot on our minds that our friends do not know. This is just sad. RIP Jane Ngatia.

    • i said that another day that we are facing problems here in diaspora that need to be addressed and one lady said that all people have problems but i stil think we need to address our problems

  2. Wilma W said

    She was my friend, and will be greatly missed.

  3. esther said

    Pole sana to this family.I have a feeling this is a sister to the late Catherine Mumira who was a teacher at Kambui Girls and their mum is a pastor with the P.C.E.A Church.If it is it s a big blow and may God comfort you at this time of sorrow.
    RIP
    Esther

  4. Ruby Kendagor said

    Jane is no longer with us. She loved her Saviour, the One who died for her. Now she is in His presence, where there is fulness of joy. Let us take her example. She was an evangelist and was not ashame of the gospel of Christ. Jesus said,I am the resurrection and the life. He that believeth in Me shall never die. Jane is alive and well.
    Thank God we will see Jane some day. Jesus, Thank you for making a home in heaven for those who believed.
    Do you want to see Jane Ngatia, then take hold of the Gospel of Christ, see yourself as helpless in need of the Saviour. Ask Jesus to come and transform your life, and give you a new heart and a transformed kife. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved. When you leave this life, and you have made your peace with God, Jane will be there to welcome you with her Saviour.

    Ruby Kendagor
    rkendagor@mts-stl.org

  5. Mwangi Gachokas family in Baltimore said

    To Mr.Ben Ngatia and Rev.Mrs.Jemmimah Ngatia

    This is very hard for us to believe especially knowing that Jane had paid us a visit here in Baltimore not long ago. It looks like yesterday when she bid us goodbye and requested that we pay back her visit by coming to St.Louis.

    Can there be St.Louis without Jane? God knew we would never see her again and little did we know too that our visit to St.Louis will be without Jane.

    Hard as it sounds, we must brave our selves to tell Ben and Jemmimah to accept the inevitable and thank God for the few years Jane lived amongst us. I personally hope and believe Jane is in Good hands of the Lord she Praised every day. That she be happy and fulfilled where ever she.We have great hope of seeing her again when our time comes.

    Praise the Name of The lord the Giver who takes when the time comes for one of us to Go. Bye Jane but you will live in your hearts and memories for ever.

  6. joseph Githinji said

    am shocked to learn of Jane’s demise, she happens to be a 1st cousin of mine. Am however encouraged that she has gone to be with her maker. For uncle Ben and family, may God grant you peace and comfort in this difficult time.

    Joseph

  7. Alice Wanjiku Ngugi said

    On behalf of P.C.E.A Bahati Youth Fellowship where the Late Jane Ngatia was a member in the 80’s, I wish to say poleni sana to Mr and Rev. Mrs Jemmimah Ngatia and family. May the Lord comfort you, guide and grant you peace. May Jane’s soul rest in everlasting peace and joy till we meet at Jesus feet. God bless you all.

    Alice wa Richard Ngugi

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