A Kenyan Lady Has Passed Away in Anaheim, California

The Late Jane Kanini Mutua

It is a tragic loss for two young Kenyan girls in California after their mother Jane Kanini Mutua died on Sunday morning May 6th 2012. Jane started experiencing difficulties breathing at home when one of her daughters called the ambulance. She was rushed to the hospital but died later after several attempts to resuscitate her failed.
 
Jane is from Embu in Kenya and a single mother of two young girls, Lucinda Gatumu 24 years old and Tracy Gatumu in 12th grade.

Family and friends are meeting daily for prayers and support at her house at 1230. S Belhaven St # 247, Anaheim, CA 92806.  A major fundraiser will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2012 at Brookhurst Park, 2271 W. Crescent Ave, Anaheim, CA 92802 at 2pm to help raise money for the funeral arrangements. 

A wells Fargo account # 8635614053 was opened for those out of town who would like to help. Checks can be made either to Lucinda Gatumu or Tracy Gatumu and mailed to the above address.

The funeral will most likely take place next week Thursday 05/17/12 or Friday 05/18/12.

Please assist in any way you can.

For further info, contact:
Lucinda Gatumu: 714 609 4633
Pastor Joseph Gichuhi: 909 268 2484

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