We regret to announce the death of Mr. Patrick Mwaniki Mbogo on 1st October 2023 after a sudden illness.

Mr. Mwaniki served as a teacher in Strathmore School between September 1982 and September 1994.
Strathmore School not only mourns the passing of a beloved educator, but also celebrates the life of a man who left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of generations! Mr. Mwaniki was more than a teacher; he was a mentor, a coach, and a beacon of wisdom, a man who dedicated his life to shaping not just the minds, but also the character; teaching the art of manliness through his words and deeds. The hundreds of boys he taught at Strathmore looked up and continue to look up to him with admiration and profound respect.

On the tennis court, Mr. Mwaniki imparted not only the skills of the game but also the virtues of discipline, perseverance, and sportsmanship. His coaching extended beyond the boundaries of the rugby field, where he moulded young men into a formidable team, instilling in them the virtues of teamwork, leadership, and the importance of giving their all.

But perhaps Mr. Mwaniki’s greatest gift was his ability to inspire his students to be responsible adults who cared for the little duties of each moment. He understood that true manhood was not just about physical prowess but about character, integrity, and a commitment to the betterment of oneself and the world.

Mr. Mwaniki’s dedication to his students was unparalleled! He was not just a teacher during school hours; he was a mentor who offered guidance, a shoulder to lean on, and a role model to look up to. His impact transcended the classroom, as he fostered a sense of responsibility and purpose in the young minds he touched. He moulded with love; sometimes with striking firmness, but always with love.

Indeed, as we mourn the loss of Mr. Mwaniki, we also celebrate the enduring legacy he leaves behind. The boys he taught and inspired have grown into responsible adults who carry his teachings and example with them, not only in their professional lives but also in their character, their dedication to the little duties of every day, and their commitment to making the world a better place.

Though Mr. Mwaniki may no longer be with us in person, his lessons and his spirit will continue to guide generations to come. In the hearts and actions of the countless lives he touched, he lives on as a shining example of the art of manliness and responsible adulthood.

Rest in peace, dear Mr. Mwaniki, knowing that your impact on the world is immeasurable, and your legacy, eternal!

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