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26 year old Kenyan man dies in tragic accident in Massachusetts



In an earlier version of this story, our headline inadvertently stated  that  Mr Kagacha died following a road accident. We have since established that he died in different kind of accident. 



It is with very deep and sincere sadness that we inform you of sudden passing away of Robert Kimani (Kim) Kagacha after a tragic accident late Saturday night.

Son to Mr &Mrs John Kagacha Kimani of Peabody, Massachusetts.

Family and friends are meeting at the Kagacha’s residence.
1 Arielle Ln, Peabody, MA 01960. Sunday February 4th 2018 @3Pm next This coming week Daily as scheduled Monday to Saturday 

Sunday February 4th 2018 @ 3Pm Prayers/Preaching  organized by St Paul’s Church Lawrence,Massachusetts

Prayers held Daily from Monday February 5th 2018 to Saturday February 10th 2018 Time From 6PM to 10 Pm

A Memorial and Thanksgiving Service is Scheduled for Sunday February 11th 2018 from 3Pm at 112 Andover Street 
Lawrence Massachusetts 01843

The wake will be held on the 12th and the Funeral service will be held on Tuesday February 13 2018

Kindly check later for more details as we receive them.

Please, please keep this family in prayers during this very difficult moment.

Thanks everyone for your condolences this young man was  my son and the pain of losing is unexplainable.Keep us in your prayers because only God can heal our hearts.Kim we will forever miss your kindness, love and generosity.RIP MY BABY. Sarah Kagacha (Kims Mother)

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Contacts:617-834-1038 or 781-929-6149



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