Late Naomi Wambui to be Laid to Rest on July 12th 2019
With deep sorrow and great sadness, and following the passing of Naomi Holmgren, a Kenya-Stockholmer, the family of the late Naomi would like to announce that the departed will be laid to rest on Friday, 12th July 2019 in Huddinge, Stockholm, Sweden.
According to Margaret Njihia who is coordinating the funeral arrangements, a Memorial Service for the late Naomi will be held at Skarpnäk church, the same day of the burial, after which the mourners will proceed to the burial site.
Following the sad news, an “Open House” has been established at Spannarpsgränd 9 in Älvjö Stockholm.
Family members, friends, well-wishers and sympathizers are meeting daily at Älvsjö to condole with the bereaved family.
Naomi passed away on Saturday, 29th June 2019 after suffering a stroke. She was then rushed to hospital but doctors could not save her life. She was pronounced dead a few minutes later.
Naomi had just returned from the United States to visit her beloved daughter, Nelly Njeri, who lives in Georgia, Atlanta. The daughter has since arrived in Sweden to help organize her mother’s funeral together with Naomi’s sister, Jane Stockhaus. Naomi was married to Leif Holmgren who is still in shock following the sad news.
Those intending to attend the Open House sessions can take bus number 134 from Liljeholmen then alight at Terrasen.
From the bust stop, call 0760520262 or 0722515147 so that you can be picked up or given further direction.
Some of Naomi’s in relatives in Kenya are intending to attend the funeral and therefore, those willing to contribute can Swish funds to Sheila at telephone number: 0736667875.
For further information, call: 0738944431; 0760520262; 0727858146 or 0736667875.
Naomi, who was 65 years old at the time of her death, was loved by all Kenyans who knew her. She was a very religious person and always took the opportunity to pray for Kenyans at each and every function.
She was a humble, light-heated, wise, jovial and a very happy person. Kenyans will remember her for encouraging them at every opportunity to heed the word of God and to read the bible.
In Stockholm, she will be greatly missed by those who enjoyed her sermons, listened to her words of wisdom and benefited from her consolations during moments of sadness and sorrow.
Now, she has gone to be with her maker. May God rest Naomi’s soul in eternal peace.