ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Emily Onalo, 50 years old, born on August 22, 1968, and passed away on January 27, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Violet Maningo on October 15, 2021
Nyangi,
My air plant from Naivasha on your 50th birthday bloomed for the first time after 3yrs...
I will always remember you and know you are blooming in heaven too....
Posted by Daisy Mash on October 11, 2021
The loss, the heartbreak, the pain is like a tatoo that is stuck and refuses to erase. I miss you so much, today and forever.
Posted by David Chips on August 23, 2021
Hi Emmy, Loise and I mentioned you in our conversation today. Its good that we still remember you. Rest my sister.
Posted by Violet Maningo on August 22, 2021
Anyango, celebrate with the angels....
You left lasting memories on your last birthday.
Posted by Violet Maningo on January 28, 2021
Nyangi, it's still not dawned on me that you are gone....
May God heal that pain...
RIP dear.
Posted by David Chips on January 27, 2021
Rest In Peace my dear friend
Posted by Roselynn Omolloh on August 26, 2020
The Days keep rolling on..
The Fire does not dim, neither does it fade.
Happy Ethereal Birthday. If only I knew tomorrow would never come..
Posted by Violet Maningo on August 24, 2020
Nyangi, aheri...
Missing you so much and your birthday will always bring memories of how we celebrated your 50th one...
Who has three birthday parties... If only we knew...
Dance with the angels dear.
Mamissment...
Posted by Violet Maningo on January 28, 2020
Nyangi, one year on and still unbelievable that actually left...
Your baby graduated last month...we missed you so much and realized we are all still mourning...but by God's grace, one day we will meet you at Jesus feet...
Dance with the angels sweetheart.
We loved you but God loved you more.
Posted by David Chips on January 27, 2020
I pray that Emily's soul may continue to rest in eternal peace.
I also pray for peace upon the kids and family as they commemorate this day
Amen
Posted by David Chips on August 24, 2019
Though you are not physically with us.i wish you a happy day and may your wishes upon your kids come true
Posted by Violet Maningo on August 23, 2019
Nyangi...no words can still express how I miss you... It's yet another birthday...I have the plant I got in Naivasha after your last birthday...whenever the flower blossoms I know you will be smiling...
Posted by Lillian Opiyo on February 13, 2019
Achupa Mrembo,
I am thankful to God for the time he gave us together my sister, my friend!
I am thankful for the love we shared that knew no boundary, no shame, no guilt, no pride for that was true love.
I am thankful that we celebrated every big and little success together. I am thankful that we celebrated our children and for your constant reminder that God has been good to us.
I am thankful that we encouraged and lifted each other in our low moments and found comfort that made all the difference.
I am thankful for the deep connection we had, the daily conversations and the silly jokes that brightened our days.
I am thankful that you honored me to be your special ‘buddy’ that elevated us to fly Premier World for 3 good years. I am thankful for all the elegant gifts and for showing me every fashion spot so we would step out and shine!  
I am thankful that you taught me the essence of friendship as you shared your love wholeheartedly with my family, siblings, parents and friends.
I am hopeful that when we finally meet at Jesus’ feet, we shall rejoice some more.
Till we meet again my sister…
Shine with the angels my Achupa Mrembo!  
Achupa Mrembo
Posted by Mody Odhiambo on February 12, 2019
Dear aunty 001
I surely termed you as my mentor for you knew what is good for each one of us. You have shaped me to be who i am today. Im really going to miss you. You will forever remain in our hearts. Dance with the angels aunty
#CEOudygoodies
#chef001
Posted by NICHOLAS ATANDA on February 12, 2019
Dear siz,
It's still hard 4 me 2 comprehend that ur dancing wth the angels i don't hv enuf words 2 express wot u really meant 2 me, ur memory will leave long in our hearts, it shall b well n it is well RIP Emily
Posted by Mildred Mudanya on February 11, 2019
Mama Anita we shall forever miss you.
Rest in Eternal peace
Posted by David Chips on February 10, 2019
Emmy, I regret I never told you when you were alive how funny you were , how principled you were, how compassionate you were. It is sad am sharing this when you are gone. My prayer is that my dear sweet Jesus will pass this message to you in heaven. I salute you Emmy
Posted by Angela Ola on February 7, 2019
Dear Mama Anita,
Your spirit will live on forever.
You were the most stylish mom at school and your Elegance, Grace and Poise will be in our memory forever.
You are unforgettable & Iconic.
Rest till we meet Again.
With ❤
Posted by Lola Mlola on February 6, 2019
FOUR CANDLES
The first candle represents our grief.
The pain of losing you is intense.
It reminds us of the depth of our love for you.
This second candle represents our courage.
To confront our sorrow,
To comfort each other,
To change our lives.
This third candle we light in your memory.
For the times we laughed,
The times we cried,
The times we were angry with each other,
The silly things you did,
The caring and joy you gave us.
This fourth candle we light for our love.
We light this candle that your light will always shine.
We cherish the special place in our hearts
that will always be reserved for you.
We thank you for the gift
your living brought to each of us.
We love you.
We remember you Aunty Emily.
Posted by Hellen Musalia on February 5, 2019
Dear Emily, the beautiful soul that you were, has made our former classmates come together, to celebrate your life. Sorry to hear that you were unwell, you are now in a better place. I met your children on Saturday, they have lovely souls like their mommy. Gone too soon! RIP!
Posted by Winnie KAMBORA on February 4, 2019
Emili...you always laughed when I called you in Kikuyu accent.
There are certain people we meet who leave marks. You are such a person Emili.
I was telling our favorite waiter at 'Kahawa' Eco Bank building where (we used to have coffee) that you are no more... He just sat down at the table I was with my friends... and shed a tear.
Your genuine smile will be one that I will never forget
Emili.. I have lost a bit of weight and I was praying we would meet soon before Easter-I cat walk for you to check me out so that you could hand over the lilac lace dress I so admired on you.
My dreams were not valid.
Death o death - where is thy sting!!
Your passing has taught me that life is really precious and that there is need to spend as much time as we can with those we love - with those who mean anything to us.. and not wait for occasions like Easter Period et all.
We never know when will be the last time we see someone.
Emili, I will be praying for your beautiful children and God in His Infinite love will send His capable angels to watch their going, and their coming, their sleeping and their waking.
Emili, I pray that you are in Heaven finding your way.
Rest in eternal peace and I hope you took with you, your ☺ smile to show them how it is done there.
Emili.......
Emili
Posted by Lorna Rono on February 4, 2019
Emily, I miss you so much.Anytime I think of you I remember your gentle voice and warm smile.Didn't know that our chat last year would be the last.Your passing away has reminded me to live each day at a time and to take each day as a blessing .Although you are physically gone you will always be in remembered in my heart.Rest in Eternal peace my friend and colleague.
Posted by Peninah Angir on February 4, 2019
Fare thee well Nyauyoma, In the sweet by and by we shall meet on that beautiful shore
Posted by Roselynn Omolloh on February 3, 2019
In the chill of the Sunday dawn, the angels looked down from heaven...
They probably needed one more rose to make the garden bright and lovely...
They searched
and saw a beautiful Lilly, a shining star.
They knew that very instant that they had found Heaven's centrepiece for the day.... and so on flighty wings, they took you up to heaven...
Smile down on us from heaven.
May your memories keep us free from hurt and pain.
You'll always be in our minds..
Fare Thee Well Emilly.
If I had known that would be the last time I talked to you, perhaps I would have spoken for a much longer time...
Perhaps I would have said more.
❤❤❤
Posted by Catherine Owino on February 3, 2019
Oh Emily....what can I say? A beautiful girl, a beautiful soul.... Rest peacefully dear one, until we meet again.
Posted by Violet Maningo on February 3, 2019
Nyangi,
When we were celebrating your 50th birthday, you had three of them...little did we know you will be 50 forever... You had fun in each and with everyone...
The laughter and jokes we shared together, I will forever "cherish"...
Dance with the angels dear...
I will forever love you...
Wailet.

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Posted by Violet Maningo on October 15, 2021
Nyangi,
My air plant from Naivasha on your 50th birthday bloomed for the first time after 3yrs...
I will always remember you and know you are blooming in heaven too....
Posted by Daisy Mash on October 11, 2021
The loss, the heartbreak, the pain is like a tatoo that is stuck and refuses to erase. I miss you so much, today and forever.
Posted by David Chips on August 23, 2021
Hi Emmy, Loise and I mentioned you in our conversation today. Its good that we still remember you. Rest my sister.
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Shared by Michael Joshua on February 5, 2019

I first came to know Emily in the year 2000 when I joined KQ @ Barclays plaza,one of the fondest memories was sometime later when the BP Jazz Tank promotion was running,together we dashed to the BP that was near Panafric hotel (she on the Jaquar & me on the BMW) and later laughed at how fast we were to hit the promotion,still remember her smile.Emily was softspoken and honest. Will truly miss her as a friend.Psalms 116;15 reminds us of how Jesus cares deeply at the death of His saints.