Four family members who died in Ethiopia air crash buried
SEE ALSO :Crash victim’s remains buriedCasket carrying the remains arrived at their rural home from Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi yesterday morning for the burial conducted by the Seventh Day Adventist. Njoroge was overwhelmed with grief as he read attributes for his loved ones. “We gather here today to celebrate the lives of our departed loved ones. We were all taken from the ground, for dust we are and to dust we will return.” He said though the burial would bring closure, he will miss loving moments of his wife and children. “This action today will give us a place to gather and remember how Carol, Ryan, Kelli and Robi touched our lives, their huge smiles, their deep love rooted in the goodness of family,” Njoroge said. He added: “I carry your heart with me, I am never without it, and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darlings.” Njoroge told Saturday Standard in an earlier interview that his expectations were to identify bodies of his loved ones for a decent burial, even if they were badly mutilated. The family had already set up a memorial plaque in memory of their loved ones, after word went around that their remains would not be recovered.
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