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Wambui Collymore pens cute message to late husband on his 65th birthday

Wambui Collymore, the widow of the late Kenyan businessman and philanthropist Bob Collymore, took to social media to express her love and memories of her husband on his 65th birthday. In a heartfelt message, she wrote, “Happy 65th birthday my love. I can’t believe it’s been a year since you left us. I miss you every day, but I take comfort in the fact that you’re in a better place, free from pain and suffering.”

Bob Collymore passed away on July 1, 2019, after a long battle with leukemia. He was widely known and respected for his philanthropic work and his dedication to improving the lives of Kenyans, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds. He was also the CEO of Safaricom, Kenya’s largest telecommunications company.

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In her message, Wambui Collymore reflected on the memories she shared with her husband. She wrote, “I remember all the good times we had together, the laughter, the tears, and the love. You were my rock, my best friend, and my soulmate. I’m so grateful for the time we had together.”

The message was accompanied by a picture of the couple, smiling and happy, which touched the hearts of many who saw it. Wambui Collymore’s message resonated with many people who had also lost loved ones and who were also struggling to come to terms with their loss.

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The message also highlighted the importance of cherishing the memories of loved ones who have passed away. Wambui Collymore wrote, “I will always cherish the memories we shared, and I will always love you. Rest in peace my love.”

In conclusion, Wambui Collymore’s message on her late husband’s 65th birthday was a touching reminder of the power of love and the importance of cherishing memories. It was a powerful tribute to Bob Collymore, who will always be remembered for his philanthropic work and his dedication to improving the lives of Kenyans.