Antony Njoroge Margaret

January 1, 2017

Antony Njoroge Margaret

ATHONY NJOROGE MARGARET – of Woburn unexpectedly, January 1st. Beloved son of Margaret Njoroge. Cherished brother of Edward Njoroge and his wife Hawa Kamara, Diana Byomuhangi, Dora Byomuhangi, and Ridge Byomuhangi, all of Woburn.Dear nephew of Agnes Njoroge, Scholastica Mwai, and Joseph Njoroge. Loving uncle of Amani and Natasha. Antony was also survived by many loving cousins, friends and coworkers. A Funeral Service will be held in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, on Saturday, January 14th at 12:00 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to call from 10:00-11:45, prior to the service. Interment at Woodbrook Cemetery.

OBITUARY:

Antony Njoroge Margaret passed away unexpectedly at his home Sunday morning January 1st. The beloved son of Margaret Njoroge, Antony was twenty six years of age.

Born in Limuru, Kenya, Antony moved to the United States at an early age with his family. He had spent several years in Deleware, later moving to Woburn where his family has made their home. Antony attended Woburn Schools and was a graduate of Woburn High School, Class of 2008.

Following high school he secured a position Interstate Batteries where he has been gainfully employed as a driver right up to the time of his unexpected passing.

Antony was an extremely out going, vivacious young man. Watching the Red Sox and the Patriots was always fun with Antony, as he always became quite involved in each and every hit, play, out, tackle and touchdown! One often thought they were right there at the game! They were also sports that Antony enjoyed playing with his family and friends in his leisure time..

Antony’s smile was radiant. When he smiled, everyone smiled, which was quite often! His disposition was constant and there wasn’t anything he would not do for family and friends. He cherished the time spent with his family and was never afraid to let them know how much he loved them with his phenomenal hugs. Sadly his life was short but his love and devotion to his family will remain always in their hearts.

Antony was the loving son of Margaret Njoroge, cherished brother of Edward Njoroge and his wife Hawa Kamara, Diana Byomuhangi, Dora Byomuhangi, and Ridge Byomuhangi, all of Woburn. Dear nephew of Agnes Njoroge, Scholastica Mwai, and Joseph Njoroge. Loving uncle of Amani and Natasha. Antony was also survived by many loving cousins, friends and coworkers. A Funeral Service will be held in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, on Saturday, January 14th at 12:00 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to call from 10:00-11:45, prior to the service. Interment at Woodbrook Cemetery.

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  1. It is with great sadness to hear of Anthony’s passing. We were casual acquaintances & we did not know each other well. But even with just a handful of meetings I could tell that he was a wonderful person. He was always pleasant, polite and smiling. He would be helpful and considerate and was always upbeat.
    There are no words to express the tragedy in his loss. It is up to us to remember him and all of his great qualities and be thankful for having the opportunity to know him.

    Don Moore/Custom Transportation

  2. Antony was a funny & great guy & we all looked forward to seeing him each Monday during his rounds. He will be remembered & missed by all of us at the R&R AMERICAN SERVICE STATION.

  3. to the family and friends of Antony. please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. i only had the pleasure of knowing him a couple of years, but seemed longer. grieve together. be strong ..john o’donnell/fedex.

  4. It was/is with deep shock, disbelief & sorrow to have learned of the untimely and sudden death of our beloved master Njoroge wa Margy. We may ask God a lot of questions but He will not give us an answer but He will provide ways by which the problem can be solved. The Njoroge fraternity, be strong and lean on God. He gave us Anthony, and He has taken him back because He loved him more than anybody else. May His name be praised. Rest In Paradise. When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound, all will rise to meet the Lord.
    Wilson Njuguna Kibaiyu Ph.D

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