It is with great sadness and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the untimely demise of Nancy Midimmo which occurred on
05/14/2022 after a sudden illness. Nancy was an educator at Lilburn Middle School in Gwinnett County, GA .
She was also pursuing her PhD in Special Education and was only a few months away from her graduation.
Nancy’s mother’s wish is to bury her daughter in Mombasa, Kenya where the rest of her family resides.
We are therefore appealing for your prayers & support for Nancy’s 22 year-old son, Jacob Mulli who is her only next of kin
here in the U.S and currently a student in Macon, Ga.
Nancy was a school teacher for 35 years. She started teaching in Kenya and later moved to the United States to further her career. She dedicated her career to teaching kids with special needs in honor of her late son, Bryson Mulli, who had multiple disabilities. She was passionate about education and was a few months away from completing her Ph.D. thesis in special education.
In addition to touching the lives of her students, Nancy enriched the lives of family, friends, and everyone she came across. She dedicated her life to serving others and was known for her sound advice and words of encouragement. She donated to different causes, including appeals for school fees, medical bills, and funeral expenses. Our beloved Nancy was also involved in church ministry and would prepare and share biblical lessons and scriptures with friends and family.
Due to the sudden nature of her passing, we are not prepared to cover her funeral expenses. We hope to honor and give her the send-off that she deserves, and we, therefore, appeal for your help to cover the cost of her memorial and burial expenses.
We are grateful for the love and support you have shown so far, and we appreciate every one of you in advance as you donate.
We want to thank you for taking the time to read about our dear Nancy.
For contributions, please use the GoFundMe link below to donate whatever you can to support this noble cause.
➔ DONATE HERE
We would also like to invite you to join in on our first prayer meeting which will be
hosted via Zoom tomorrow, Monday, 23 May. 2022 at 7PM EST.
Prayer Meeting Link
➔ CLICK HERE FOR ZOOM LINK
More details on Nancy’s burial plans will be announced as the information
becomes available, depending on the needs/wishes of her family back in Kenya.
For further information, please contact :
1. Caroline Githiora: (678) 687- 4918
2. Sam Njoroge: (770) 906- 1700
3. Jane Kuria: (678) 517- 6430
4. Jacob Mulli: (912) 508- 3900
May God bless you all and may Nancy’s beautiful & gentle soul rest in Eternal
peace, AMEN !