Amos Nyangwara

Glorified Farewell of Amos Otieno Nyangwara of Columbus, Ohio USA.
We’re sad and heartbroken to announce the passing of Amos Otieno Nyangwara. Amos was born on April 2nd, 1975 to Simon Ombua Nyangwara and Clementina Nyangwara of Kisumu, Kadawa Village. He was the husband to Susan Binge Otieno, father to Shirleen Otieno, Barbara Otieno, James Otieno, and Sean Otieno. He was a brother to the late Thomas Onyango, the late Fredrick Omondi, George Ombua,Josephine Atieno, Judith Awuor, Dismas Oduor and Ritah Auma.
Amos fell ill on February 3rd, 2022 and shortly after being rushed to the hospital he was promoted to be with our Father in Heaven. Amos believed in hard work, and was very generous to strangers, friends, and family. He will forever live in our hearts.

Visitation 4:00pm and Funeral 5:00pm Saturday, February 19, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Amos’s final farewell will take place in his home in Kisumu, Kadawa Village. Upper Kadongo sub- location, Kisumu County, Kenya.
May the Lord bless and keep you,
May His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you, and give you peace.
-Numbers 6:24-26

Condolence Messages

  1. Elizabeth ochaye-sabaya

    Gone too soon,
    May you find eternal rest as your family get enough grace to go through it all…….

  2. Susa, and family, we are holding you up in prayer.
    May he rest in eternal peace.

  3. Deacon Frank Sullivan

    Shirleen, Barbara, James, and your loving Mother,
    Please know that you are in my prayers. If you need to talk, I am here to listen.
    May your Dad and Husband rest in peace.
    Deacon Sullivan

  4. I’ll miss you, dear cousin. Your encouragement and generosity will always be your legacy.

  5. My most sincere condolences for the family. Lifting you up in Prayer.

  6. Big bro u left so soon….mey u rest in peace nyathi minwa


    May God Rest Amos’soul in Eternal Peace.

  8. Shine with the angels

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