ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kien FRUNGANG, 39 years old, born on December 8, 1981, and passed away on April 11, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Blasius Azuhnwi on May 14, 2021
Our dear wife Anita,

Your kindness and gentleness touched every soul that crossed your path. You kindled a light in my brother's heart rarely seen before. The silent but firm hand behind the scene in all what he did. God had different plans for you.
Farewell our Candle in the Wind till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Micheal Fru on May 10, 2021
John 11:25 - Jesus told her, "I am the resurrection and the life. Anyone who believes in me will live, even after dying" Sister Anita , Rest in peace with Lord, you have fought a good fight, serve your purpose, multiple , We love love you but God love you more. All I heard of you is all Great works of kindness and good deeds.. Our God is a jealous God , he wanted you to serve in his kingdom not of the earth.. Remain bless and you shall be greatly missed..
Posted by suh Terence on May 9, 2021
Madam Anita the first time I met you ended up being the last time I saw you alive. Now I am writing your eulogy with a bleeding heart and tears in my eyes. You were the best to all who crossed your path in life. My encounter with you was so amazing. I remember when I came to the house and you prepared a sumptuous meal for me and while we were eating you were still busy preparing snacks for me. I left with my stomach full and my heart fully convinced that you are a Proverbs 31 woman. Your entrepreneurial spirit opened my eyes to see how a woman could make much out of a little. Your brief and impactful life reminds me that it is not how long but how well we live on earth. You were too good, kind, and beautiful to die young. I still don’t understand if death can be so indiscriminate, but I now know that, if you live each day as if it were your last, then one day you will certainly be right. Goodbye as you rest in the bosom of the Lord
Posted by FRU NGANG on May 7, 2021
To my dear wife, Anita

Ladies and Gentlemen, on behalf of my family, I would like to appreciate you all for sharing in our sorrow during these trying times, as we mourn my wife. Permit me to appreciate my inlaws, the Tumasangs family of Alachu Mankon and more precisely, Tangiye (late) and Mangiye Mukassa for raising my wife and training her to be the rare jewel she was. I would like to appreciate all those who mentored us as a young couple.

Dear, you were an answer to the prayers and fasting my mothers did, calling on God to give a wife to their son. You were the wife any mother would wish for her son. God has been with us these past 12 years we spent together and it has been the happiest years of my existence. When I met you, I laid bare my aspirations and expectations for our lives and the values I hold. You bought into it and regularly reminded me of our targets for a period and took active steps towards realising our goals and proposing palliatives for us to catch up if we were behind our schedule. Once we had agreed on a destination, I could go to sleep trusting that you would drive us there. I never failed to testify to others that he who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favours from the Lord (Pr 18:22).

God blessed us with three wonderful children, as well as many others to whom we opened our hearts. You opened your doors to all and treated our families indiscriminately. You treated my mother and my siblings the same way you treated yours. You were a rare example of self-abnegation. 

You were a kind-hearted woman, sacrificing your personal comforts to serve others was just regular with you. Even when we were hard-pressed at sometimes and we could not meet up with some solicitations, you kept reminding me that we are blessed to be a blessing unto others.

You were down to earth, reaching out to everyone that came your way as a fellow human being and made friends across the different strata of life. Your humility humbled others, as few of them could reconcile your status in life to the simplicity with which you presented yourself to them.

As a peacebuilder, even if others hurt you, you rose to the moment to sue for peace and apologize even if you were right, not as a sign of weakness but as a Christian duty to live in peace with your fellow human beings.

Dear, at short notice when I call to announce that we would be having a visitor before the visitor arrived, you would prepare something delicious to entertain them.

We depended heavily on you. You were our doctor, preparing home remedies when we complained of any ailment and if we went to the hospital, you nursed us, insisting and administering the drugs prescribed to us. You were an excellent cook and your menus were always enticing. As home teacher, you reviewed the work our children did, from primary to secondary school every day. You could even study a topic even in the sciences on the internet and may ask questions to understand the topics so as to revise with our children.

You were a proponent of home-grown food despite the fact that you did not come from a farming background, and unlike most young girls with your education, you farmed the vegetables we ate, grew our poultry and you planned our plots for our personal home to include space for poultry, a fish pond and a vegetable garden. Our children don’t eat njama njama (huckleberry) when they visit and are not excited with chicken when they attend parties because they are exposed to something better at home.

You are leaving a tall order.

Dear, I cried you a river that  Sunday (11/04/2021) evening and the following days till my tear glands stopped producing tears. My heart bleeds, the shock of your sudden departure is depraving, the pain and sorrow seem insurmountable, chagrin overwhelms me. The vacuum you have left can not be filled by the oceans of the world. I am only consoled by the words of Roman 8:28 "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him who have been called according to his purpose".

I know God called you for a better purpose, better than my selfish interest to have you as wife and mother to our children, for reasons I am not fit to understand. I also know you are in a better place. Rest in the bosom of the Lord, our Creator and Redeemer, until we meet again to part no more.








Posted by FRU NGANG on May 7, 2021
FUNERAL PROGRAM of Mrs KIEN ANITA FRU NGANG
24th -27th May 2021
• RECOLLECTION EVERY EVENING IN THE FAMILY RESIDENCE IN
     YAOUNDÉ ( NSAM ESCALE, ANCIENNE MENUSIERIE AU FOND)
     Friday, 28th May 2021
• 12:00 PM Corpse removal from the Gyneco-pediatric Hospital
     NGOUSSO
• 1: 00 PM Funeral Service at the Presbyterian Church Nsimeyong
• Refreshment in church premises after the service
• 4:00 PM Laying in State and viewing in the family residence in
    Yaoundé
• 7:00 –10:00 PM Cultural Animations
• 10:00 PM Departure to Mankon, Bamenda
     Saturday, 29th May 2021
• 7:00 AM Arrival at Mile 8,Mankon.
• Laying in state and viewing
• 9:00 AM  Funeral Service in the family compound at Mile 8
     Mankon
• 11:40 AM Burial
• celebrating her life at the family compound in Mile 8 Mankon


PROGRAMME des obsèques de Kien Anita FRU NGANG
Du 24 au 27 mai 2021 :
• Veillée tous les soirs au domicile familial sis à Nsam Escale
     (ancienne menuiserie au fond)
Vendredi 28 mai 2021
• 12h00: Levée de corps à la morgue de l’Hôpital Gyneco
     obstétrique et
Pédiatrique Ngousso
• 13h00: Culte de requiem à Presbyterian Church in
    Cameroon Nsimeyong
• Rafraîchissement immédiatement à la sortie du culte.
• 16h00: Arrivée et installation de la dépouille au domicile familiale
    à NsamEscale
    (ancienne menuiserie au fond)
• 19h00-22h00:Veillée et Animations culturelles
• 22h00: Départ du cortège funèbre pour Mankonà Bamenda.
    Samedi 29 mai 2021:
• 7h00: Arrivée et installation de la dépouille à mile 8 /Mankon-
     Bamenda
• 9h00: Office religieux suivie des témoignages.
• 11h40: Enterrement dans la stricte intimité familiale
• Suite de la célébration dans la concession familiale de Mile8 /
     Mankon.

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Posted by Blasius Azuhnwi on May 14, 2021
Our dear wife Anita,

Your kindness and gentleness touched every soul that crossed your path. You kindled a light in my brother's heart rarely seen before. The silent but firm hand behind the scene in all what he did. God had different plans for you.
Farewell our Candle in the Wind till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Micheal Fru on May 10, 2021
John 11:25 - Jesus told her, "I am the resurrection and the life. Anyone who believes in me will live, even after dying" Sister Anita , Rest in peace with Lord, you have fought a good fight, serve your purpose, multiple , We love love you but God love you more. All I heard of you is all Great works of kindness and good deeds.. Our God is a jealous God , he wanted you to serve in his kingdom not of the earth.. Remain bless and you shall be greatly missed..
Posted by suh Terence on May 9, 2021
Madam Anita the first time I met you ended up being the last time I saw you alive. Now I am writing your eulogy with a bleeding heart and tears in my eyes. You were the best to all who crossed your path in life. My encounter with you was so amazing. I remember when I came to the house and you prepared a sumptuous meal for me and while we were eating you were still busy preparing snacks for me. I left with my stomach full and my heart fully convinced that you are a Proverbs 31 woman. Your entrepreneurial spirit opened my eyes to see how a woman could make much out of a little. Your brief and impactful life reminds me that it is not how long but how well we live on earth. You were too good, kind, and beautiful to die young. I still don’t understand if death can be so indiscriminate, but I now know that, if you live each day as if it were your last, then one day you will certainly be right. Goodbye as you rest in the bosom of the Lord
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BIOGRAPHY

BIOGRAPHY

Kien Anita FRUNGANG was born to the family of Pa Oscar CHI(late)popularly known as MUKASSA and Mangiye Lum Anna on the 8th of December 1981 in the Bota Hospital as the sixth child in a family of seven.Pa MUKASA was a contractor and Mangiye ran a restaurant. The family environment taught her the rudiments of self-employment.

She was Baptised and confirmed a Catholic as it was the denomination the family fellowshipped in.

She attended Government Primary School in Mile 1 and then GHS Limbe for seven years, earning the General Certificate of Education, Ordinary Level and Advanced Level in 2000 and 2002, respectively.

After 'A' level, she enrolled in the University of Dschang where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Law and Political science in 2006 and a Maitrise in Common Law in 2007.

She returned to Limbe after graduating from university, where she assisted her mother in running the family restaurant during the holidays, as she always did.

In 2009, she got married to her husband, Mr. FRU NGANG, and moved with him to Yaoundé. They are blessed with three children, Mambo, Nidoroninwi and Azah, in their marriage and many others that they adopted.

During her time in marriage, she was the main supervisor of their building project and also ran a poultry business.

She is survived by her husband, her many children, her mother and siblings. 

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Shared by Eve Eva on May 8, 2021
Too hard for me to write Anita, but if it's the will of God, then let him take control. We will forever miss you and your genuine smile. You thought me how to fry crispy potatoes chips as that was the first time I ate your delicious food. I still have that memory fresh in my head.