Let the memory of Mama be with us forever
  • 66 years old
  • Born on June 13, 1948 .
  • Passed away on September 15, 2014 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mama Onimbo Mbinda 66 years old , born on June 13, 1948 and passed away on September 15, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Lynda Onimbo on 12th February 2018
It's Days like these that I miss you most. You were only a phone call away. I would come to your office and camp... You were so easy to talk to and did not pass judgement on anyone. Why did God call you home so soon?i miss you so much. My heart breaks...
Posted by Caroline Wanyonyi on 13th June 2017
It still seems so unreal- rest in peace Auntie.
Posted by Khadija Rahim on 13th June 2017
Rest in eternal peace mum - till we meet again.
Posted by Bernard Gichovi on 15th September 2016
Dear Sweet Mama. I cannot believe that days have finally turned into a whole two years since you left us without even a word of bye. It is so so vivid in my mind like it was yesterday. God knows why and we accepted his decision. We look forward to seeing you on the resurrection morning. bye Mama Felicia. I miss you. Ben G..
Posted by Dennis Timon on 13th June 2016
There's A Sweet, Sweet Spirit In This Place And I Know It's The Spirit Of The Lord." Happy Birthday!
Posted by Julian Masimba on 26th September 2014
Indeed this world is not our home, we're just strangers passing through with our eyes set on that city where the architect and builder is God. Where there will be no more tears nor deaths. Gone too soon but touched many. We thank God for the duration he placed her on this world
Posted by Djpj Wamoto Wamoto on 23rd September 2014
We will miss u mama you will be remembered forever In our hearts u will our hearts rest in peace
Posted by Jessica Nyaribo on 21st September 2014
It has taken me long to write this tribute as I lacked words when I heard of mum's demise. She was more than a mum and mentor to me both personally and professionally. She was an excellent counsellor, always ready to listen and advise using Biblical principles. Always smiling, not keeping grudges and very prayerful with a song in her heart. We worked together at ACCS (Adventist Centre for Care and Support) from inception and her guidance and advise were exceptional and we thank God for her and for the growth of ACCS - she touched many lives through this service - with compassion. Thank you Elder Mbinda with your family for sharing her with us. Thank you Aileen; Linda; Johnny; Manongi and Francis for sharing your mum with so many of us. Praying for God's hand and blessing through this time. God bless you abundantly. She lived her life with a smile and was always ready to help and she never, ever lacked after all the giving. What a wonderful lesson we need to keep with us.
Posted by Bernard Gichovi on 20th September 2014
Mama, it is hard to accept that you are gone and gone forever from this side of the sun. I'll forever miss your love and motherly warmth that you so effortlessly passed to us through your ever present radiant smile As young boys growing up in church, as others were busy asking us who our parents were in order to try and connect us to some certain familiar family trees, from you was an ever so re-assuring 'shikamoo mwanangu". Just like your heart, was your house open for us and your resources available for our needs....oh mummy,,it was a warm and exciting home for us. My heart goes out in prayer for your immediate family, elder Mbinda, your daughters and sons and the entire larger family who knew and cherished you for who you were to them that the lord comforts them. I look forward to seeing you on that resurrection morning...SOON. And the Lord will make us understand just why...why ?
Posted by Sarah Nyang'aya on 19th September 2014
Dear Mama, My heart bleeds, but I know God has a reason. You were and still are a loving gift from a greater love (God), that we may love, that we may have.... your smile, your wisdom, your care, your listening ear, your words of encouragement... they will all remain a part of us. Thank you for everything. Thank you for being a mum to us all. Until we meet again mama. Love, Sarah.
Posted by Lilian Mboya on 19th September 2014
''I Can Only Imagine" by MercyMe I can only imagine What it will be like When I walk By your side I can only imagine What my eyes will see When your face Is before me I can only imagine [Chorus:] Surrounded by Your glory, what will my heart feel Will I dance for you Jesus or in awe of you be still Will I stand in your presence or to my knees will I fall Will I sing hallelujah, will I be able to speak at all I can only imagine I can only imagine When that day comes And I find myself Standing in the Son I can only imagine When all I will do Is forever Forever worship You I can only imagine [Chorus] I can only imagine [x2] I can only imagine When all I will do Is forever, forever worship you
Posted by Emily Frigyes on 19th September 2014
"Mama Linda, thank you for being a great mother to us. When you hugged me I felt that you gave me all the warmth the you could give. When you smiled as you always did, your face glowed. I have not been able to see you many years now but I still feel your welcoming hug when we met at church with my children after many years. I thank God that you were given to us as a living well where we could fill our cups and quench our thirst. You have left but your life is to be celebrated by all of us who knew you. My sincere condolences goes to your dear children, family and friénds. May you find strength in God now and always."
Posted by Esperance D'Lite on 19th September 2014
Gone too soon mum. We will miss you dearly. May your soul rest in peace.we love you so much.
Posted by North-County Locksmith on 18th September 2014
Auntie, we will miss you dearly. You cared for me as your own son. Thank you for the wonderful memories you left with my family. Naanyu and I . Moses, Joram, and Seriani. Until we meet at the sea of glass. Aileen Lynda John Manongi and Francis. Poleni Sana. Joe Kisaka
Posted by Fred Opundo on 18th September 2014
A great servant of God..NCSDA church will miss you ... till we meet again...to God be the glory .... Linda pole sana ... we are praying for you and the family
Posted by Denis Omwoyo on 18th September 2014
Felicia was a kind and loving mother, a colleague at Adventist Centre for Care and Support (ACCS) for 9yrs! She loved her job so much (counseling and helping the needy). More so She loved Jesus; prayerful, Always reading the Bible and Singing. Your mum was wonderful! My sincere condolences to all the family members, friends and colleagues...Mum, we will dearly miss u! See you at the feet of Jesus in a short while.
Posted by Denis Omwoyo on 18th September 2014
Felicia was a kind and loving mother, a colleague at Adventist Centre for Care and Support (ACCS) for 9yrs! She loved her job so much (counseling and helping the needy). More so She loved Jesus; prayerful, Always reading the Bible and Singing. Your mum was wonderful! My sincere condolences to all the family members, friends and colleagues...Mum, we will dearly miss u! See you at the feet of Jesus in a short while.
Posted by Khadija Rahim on 18th September 2014
Though i never met you personally but through yr loving daughter Linda, who really cherished u as a mother and a friend i knew u were an angle sent from above. Eternal rest grant her oh Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her. RIP Mama Linda.
Posted by Lilian Mboya on 18th September 2014
Mum you are the person in my life who made my everything better just by listening! For the first time in a long time I realize again how precious life is and that time is a priceless gift.I can only Imagine! Because sometimes, we just have to find words for the feelings that arise when we must say goodbye to the people that mean the world to us; In the night of death, hope sees a star, and listening love can hear the rustle of a wind. Your legacy mama lives on. We remember an extraordinary life, a life more lived, a life that made us better, and a life that will live on through the many people you influenced, through the families of those whose lives she lifted, and through the honest, open, passionate, realistic and ultimately inspiring way she carried herself. We miss you Mama and can only imagine! R.I.P.
Posted by Georgeens McGondi on 18th September 2014
" From McG....My own mother... Response from Mom.....the very one" Such were the wonderful moments we had with Nyatanga. Haki nobody could fathom her demise, NONE. Mom why did you have to this to us too soon? your visit to me in the hospital ward was just a way of saying bye to me or what? yawa! My tears will ever flow in confirmation that I am not be able to accept the "rumor". Fondly remembering your passionate prayers for others, consoling smile, nice food you ever brought us, serving the vulnerable and the needy with (clothes, dry food, cash etc) OOYO, MINUA NIND KOD KWE NYAR JAYALO. SHALOM!
Posted by Sarah Kisokoro on 18th September 2014
"Over 20 years have gone by, but i still remember your voice, like it was yesterday. Your kindness, gentleness and warm smile will remain etched in my memory for always. May God comfort and strengthen you in your pain and grief Aileen, John, Lynda, Manongi and Fra. "Blessed be God the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who in His great mercy has given us a new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead and into a heritage that can never be spoilt or soiled and never fade away." 1Peter 1:3-4. We send our heartfelt condolences.
Posted by Noah Ogwang on 18th September 2014
She has famously been referred to us Nyatanga! This has been a unique name that rings a bell to every single person in our clan. "Did you visit Nyatanga?', my late dad would ask any of my bros and sis who once came to the capital city. It is sad to lose you Min John! I know you are in a safe place up there. God has a reason for picking you mama Frank. To my lovely cousins Eileen,Lynda,Manonge,John and Frank, I lost my mum barely six months ago and i know exactly what you are feeling today. The shoe is pinching but God will no doubt give you the strength. I never imagined I would go thru but God has been so kind. I trust He will equally be kind to you. We bless His name for all the deeds! So my dear cousins take heart , I pray for you to gather more and more strength at this sorrowful moment. God bless you.
Posted by Cathy Odhiambo on 18th September 2014
mum it will never be the same again, you have left a gap that can never be filled, you where a great mum,friend and koko.... awesome to be around at all times,you will be forever missed,till we meet again mathe, your soul rest in eternal peace..onimbo's we are together in prayers.. RIP mama!!
Posted by Doreen Nkatha on 18th September 2014
Mum I can't believe you are gone. you were a colleague and a mother too. you did your work passionately do not think anyone will be able to do it more than you did. On 14th we worked tirelessly could not tell you would leave us. I still remember how you insisted we take tea after we dropped you to your place. Mum you are gone but you will forever leave within mi.
Posted by Faith Ochieng on 18th September 2014
Mum you were the precious gift God gave me when I joined Accs,the far you brought me,you nurtured me until the time of my wedding you were there for me and in your heart you prayed for me,when I got my baby girl you embraced her with a warm loving heart and to even my son,he loved you so much because of your loving heart and how you received him,to my husband it's unbelievable to him that you are no more,Your legacy will remain within us forever,a woman and a half and a dedicated Christian.I thank the Lord for the moments we have had together.We love you mum and we will forever miss you.I love you
Posted by Irene Mukulu on 18th September 2014
maam you were a phenomenal and great lady and for the three and half months have known you, I don't think have met such a free spirited soul. You were one of a kind! I remember on Friday when I helped you arrange the donations and we were singing the hymn ' it is well with my soul' and I know as you rest now it is surely well with your soul. I will truly miss you. Rest in eternal peace till we meet again.
Posted by Jeddy Ochuodho on 18th September 2014
Nyadundo, its hard to believe you are gone. But with your loving heart, you have only preceded us to wait for that trumpet sound on the resurrection day. Your good deeds will remain as your legacy. "It is well, it is well with my soul".
Posted by Antone Awendo on 17th September 2014
She was a loving mother to all, caring and always wanted to know if one has something to eat after divine service. Always accommodating, polite, humble and a peace maker. Was always willing to advise and her smile was her trademark. Sleep well mom till the trumpet sounds.
Posted by Moę Simbä on 17th September 2014
mama we will all miss you , your kindness and love that you gave all of us will live with generations to come we love you , i remember your words baba, mzee they will stick with me forever love you mama we will all be in one accord as you showed us life is supposed to be ,love you with love out of your deeds love you mama.
Posted by Nhyira Macgregor on 17th September 2014
Though we had never met,Maman Onimbo, your passing struck me with as much suprise as grief: I can tell how great a lady you were, and especially how loving as it transcended in every one of your children, wonderful people. We thank God for your life but especially leaving wonderful memories with us on Earth and May God give comfort to all your loved ones. Rest in Peace Mama <3
Posted by Teresita De Amore on 17th September 2014
Grief, indeed, is the price we pay for love. Oh mum, you were so so loving, ever smiling, ever warm. Ever since I was a child I have known you as such. You are truly missed. Till we meet again at Jesus feet, will continue to share your warmth and love.
Posted by Caroline Wanyonyi on 17th September 2014
My mother,my mentor,my friend - distance and time may have separated us but the smile the laughter the wonderful memories are etched in my mind forever. My heart is heavy, I grieve with you Aileen, Linda, John,Nongi and Fra- take heart ,what do I say that can help,nothing, but may God comfort u,wipe yr tears Till we meet again Mum.
Posted by Owino Jay on 17th September 2014
She called me "mum", even though she really didn't know my family background. I bet it's coz she had this huge heart that adopted most of us. She offered free counsel, encouragement and was such an inspiration. You will forever remain alive in our hearts .
Posted by Dennis Timon on 17th September 2014
I truly am at a loss for words. For those who know me you understand the message I am trying to convey. Awuoro Piny!
Posted by Rodah Ochira on 17th September 2014
Loving mama, it didn't matter to her that she didn't even know my parents. She adopted any of us to be hers. Her genuine love was evident in how she referred to her many children; daughter, son. Her characteristic greeting was, "my daughter, how are you?" She cared to advise about parenting and commended every good effort. Her smile and ability to detect whenever one needed support was amazing. Her presence at the Deaconesses welcome desk on Sabbath morning spread cheer from a distance. Mum sacrificed to ensure gaps in our lives were filled especially if you cared to seek her attention on your concern. I have learnt a lot from her living, to be honest, joyful, caring, loving and supportive. We all have a purpose, mum executed hers diligently. Lord help us recognize our purpose to give our best while we walk the pilgrim pathway.
Posted by Dama Ndira on 17th September 2014
She was like a real mum. So loving, caring and humble yet so beautiful. Very graceful and easily noticeable among many. Always encouraging. Very prayerful and genuinely concerned. I shall surely miss this lady.
Posted by Nyacharo Victor on 17th September 2014
"HOW ARE YOU MY SON" This was they joyful Mrs. Mbinda when she always met me. No one will ever replace her smile and motherly love. To the Mbinda family my heartfelt condolences during this tough moment. The Lord Gives and takes and so we all ought to prepare for the same journey with the hope of meeting on the beautiful show where there will be no more death nor sorrows but love and peace within our hearts. Let’s celebrate Mum and remember that she did great we ought to rekindle her legacy by doing much better. God bless you.
Posted by Festus Muthungu on 17th September 2014
Mama you were a mother to many.you touched and left a mark on every soul you came across with .Though physically gone for now you will fondly be remembered and missed by all.Your calmness ,wise advises dedication in service to God and humanity will be forever more cherished.Meet you again on the resurrection Morning.Help me God
Posted by Pamela Ombech on 17th September 2014
My Aunt Felly had a lot of strength and courage. She made a great influence on my life during my lowest period in my life. Without actually saying it. She gave me hope to live on and advised me to never give up and to always keep my head up when life seems like it couldn't get anywhere. And most importantly, smiling and laughter always was the best medicine she gave me. Through my eyes, she is a hero.
Posted by Lillian Nyaribo on 17th September 2014
This is so sad news hope the lord gives the family strength during this trying times. Thank you mum, for being the second mum who would listen and advice me on everything and for introducing me to the morning worship in church and also being the shoulder we cried on when we lost Dad and Sis you were there for us, thank you mum we shall really truly miss you, we loved you but the lord loved you more.
Posted by Lorraine Achieng on 17th September 2014
We loved you Mama but God loved you most. Pray for the rest of us who don't know our fate, as we pray for you that you may lay in peace and be granted your special place in heaven. My condolences to you Aileen, Johnny, Linda, Nongi, Fra & granddaughter Lycia. RIP Mum.
Posted by Jackie Ndungu on 17th September 2014
I did not personally know you but I have heard lots of praise reports from my friends who grew around you and especially your lovely daughter Linda. Your advice,encouragement and warmth will missed. Rest in Peace Mama - Until we meet again that sweet day.
Posted by Sue Musandu on 17th September 2014
You were an inspiration to me Mama Lynda. Rest Mum, rest in peace.
Posted by Ann Amolo on 17th September 2014
"Words cannot express the shock and sadness in our hearts.Mama...will leave to remember you...My sincere condolences to all The Onimbo’s upon this very sad loss. ... GOD IS IN CONTROL...
Posted by Dan Wuod Okeyo on 17th September 2014
So it is true?? You have departed to join the saints that have left before us. Treasured memories we hold dear since that day is now here. Your footprints are permanently left on this side as you leave us to be with our creator. Your journey was not as long as we had hoped but we know that we shall meet again. Thank you for the many smiles and laughter, your positive cheer and words of encouragement. It's time for me to say adios for now, one of God's loving Angels on earth. It was a joy sharing all of you with us, the fortunate few. Ubarikiwe!
Posted by Kwamboka Moturi on 17th September 2014
Lord, I saw your face last night When I looked in the sky You were smiling You told me it would be okay You would make a way In my dark times Every time I hear Your voice Every time I feel Your touch It makes me know that I can face tomorrow One more time When all my friends go away I’ll be glad to say You’re still near me Even when the wind blows by I feel warm inside You’re so lovely I need you, don’t leave me Without you I can’t survive I know that I can face tomorrow ‘Cause you will walk me through my Pain and sorrow I know that I can face tomorrow One more time I can face tomorrow You can face tomorrow We can face tomorrow One more time . I pray that the Onimbo and Mbinda families will be comforted by these words my prayers are with you all...
Posted by Ombinji Evo on 17th September 2014
Sad to believe.To the family members take heart and i pray that the Lord may strengthen you Linda and your family..
Posted by Linda Omori on 17th September 2014
We begin to remember not that you passed on but you lived. And that your life gave us memories to beautiful to forget. You were a woman with a golden heart, very loving and shared your love with every single person you came across. Thank you Mum and we will surely miss you very much.
Posted by Mary Ambunya on 17th September 2014
Dearest Auntie, Your love and kindness will be missed dearly. You took us as your own when mum and dad left.You kept constantly in touch and welcomed us warmly to your home. Auntie you left us suddenly and without any notice whatsoever. We are devastated. Our only comfort is that you lie in God's loving arms and we are sure warmly welcomed by those that went ahead. Pass our love to mum, dad, and all our uncles, aunts and cousins who are smiling and resting in peace. Go well Auntie until we meet again.
Posted by Aileen Dada on 17th September 2014
Mama your care and love will always be remembered. I will miss your positivity and great help you gave anytime called upon...mama I miss you so very very much your smile and encouraging word i will remember forever. Till we meet again at Jesus feet.

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