Error message

Warning: Missing argument 2 for get_tribute_full_list() in get_tribute_full_list() (line 193 of /home/celebrat/public_html/sites/all/modules/trans/trans.module).

Tributes for Mama Damaris Auma Odipo

1. MOSES cannot express the love we feel for you dear Mum. But God only knows how we miss you in our home that’s lonely today. You never gave me a chance to return back from business trip to say goodbye. You were gone before I knew it, even after promising to come pick you and stay at my home on my return. You wanted to be with my family in the last days so badly.
2. Susan Omondisusankomondi@gmail.comEven though she is gone, she has left the legacy of her love and perseverance. The ways she touched our lives will remain, and I ask you to keep those memories alive by sharing them with me and with one another. Rest In Peace Mama.
3. Lucy Katunge tears could built a stairway, and heartaches make a lane, We would walk our way to heaven,And bring you back again .You referred to me as ‘mami’ (your mother) and You became a daughter to me. The love we shared Gives testament to all that’s in your heart and God’s eyes. Now the time has come for you to rest,So go in peace ‘Kadama’, you’ve earned your sleep. ‘Mami’ will dearly miss you!
4. Rose Pambopamborose@gnail.comMum! you taught me how to Pray. May the lid be with you till we meet again
5. Rebbeca Oketchmosesodipo@icloud.comAlight from our lives has gone,a voice l loved is still. A place is vacant within my heart which never can be filled. A bouquet of beautiful memories sprayed with a million tears.I wish God could have spared you.If just for a few days. I hold you close within my heart. And there you will remain. To walk with me through out my lives until we meet again Mam. So rest in peace dear loved Mam.
6. Philip Otieno Okinyiotphilo33@gmail.comIt's okay to let you go Grandma! Am celebrating your life because I know you are with the angels. You did your best and left us so many things to emulate from. I want to thank you for sharing your life with us. R. I. P my First Lady. R. I. P Grandma!