Celebrating the Life of Susan Njoki Chege of Edmonds, Washington
Friends, there comes a time when all that we are in the life today becomes but a physical stepping stone to the spiritual abode that waits ahead. Such a time has come for our very own Susan Njoki Chege.
With a heavy heart but in full appreciation and acceptance of the Lord’s doing, please join us in celebrating the life of our daughter, sister, friend and most importantly mother to Tracy Chege, 13, and Ken Chege, 10.
Susan Chege, 35, who has been in the US for just short of one year was diagnosed with a medical condition known as Hypoxia and was admitted to the Swedish Hospital in Edmonds Washington where she has been for the last 4 months. She was eternally healed and freed of her pain on the morning of Sunday, September 30th 2012 after a fight well fought.
She was mother to Tracy and Ken (both in Kenya), daughter to Frasiah Chege and the late Ibrahim Chege, sister to Moses Chege (Canada) and Rufus Chege (Dubai).
Family and friends are meeting daily for prayers and support at her residence: 23211 Highway 99 Apt A201, Edmonds, Washington starting 7pm. A condolence book is also open at the same residence.
In preparation for this very difficult journey home to Kenya (both emotionally and financially), a fundraiser has been planned for Sunday, October 7th 2012 at 5pm in Seattle, Washington.
A fundraiser will be held on Sunday, October 7, 2012 from 5pm to 9pm at Miller Community Center, 330 19th Ave E, Seattle Washington 98112.
Her body is currently rested at the Edward’s memorial Funeral Home in Tacoma, Washington awaiting her final journey to Kenya tentatively Wednesday, October 10th 2012 with a tentative funeral date of October 16th 2012 at her parents’ home in Muranga.
For those that are not able to attend, financial contributions may be made to the bank account set up in her brother’s name as follows:
BANK NAME: BANK OF AMERICA
ACCOUNT NAME: MOSES CHEGE
May the good Lord reward you richly for you prayers and financial support.
For questions, kindly contact any of the following:
Sanan Baini: 1 (206) 307 3247
Terry Ndirangu: 1 (206) 422 9970
Moses Chege: 1 (773) 432 5674
Ron Imanene: 1 (425) 829 4688
IF WE LOVE ONE ANOTHER, GOD LIVES IN US AND HIS LOVE IS MADE COMPLETE IN US. (1 JOHN 4:16)