Never Mashuta (10 Apr 1957 - 19 Aug 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Kemnal Park Cemetery A20 Sidcup By Pass Chislehurst BR7 6RR
Date
17th Sep 2020
Time
11am
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Mottingham

In loving memory of Never Tafira Mashuta who sadly passed away on 19th August 2020. Never was a husband ,father ,brother ,uncle & friend who will be missed but will NEVER be forgotten.The man had many siblings a wife and two sons who loved him dearly;we had a name for him Chief Dady /Race controller the one he got from us going with him to watch formula1 as he was a man who loved fast cars and all. Nev and I used to meet up every Thursday for Jazz music nyamachoma and a cold beer and now my Thursdays will NEVER be the same. Thanks to everyone for your comforting words to Mai Mashuta Sandra the Boys Tafadzwa ,Batsirai and the Mashuta’s we did well we were there all the way he’s up there looking down on us. I would like to say a big thank you on behalf of the Mashuta family to the doctors and Nurses at Opinghton hospital not forgetting st Christopher’s hospice for the love and care of Nev thank you.Our Nev REST in peace BRO till we meet again 🙏🏿

Sue & Tony Maccready wrote

We never met but knew you through your Darling Wife Sandra and feel priviledged to have joined all your loving family & friends today to wish a very fond farewell as you make your final journey through them Pearly Gates to your new Heavenly Home in Paradise to rest in Eternal Life & Everlasting Love. God Bless You Always & Forever. Sue & Tony Mac xx

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Barbara Mugadza wrote

I am not sure where to start or what to say. Am hurting, devastated and still can't believe you have left us. I saw you mid March and we chatted and laughed. You made an effort to come and see me at work. 1st thing you said with a smile when you saw me was hesi Shuka and gave me a bear hug. 1 August you called me while you were in hospital called me Shuka ❤️and pointed out you were sick and not sure if you were going to recover but still teased me about wearing a morning gown at 12pm. Our chat was priceless and will NEVER forget it. You were not only my uncle but my friend my 'mommy' and always willing to listen bar your frankness as you called a spade a SPADE. Not forgetting a 'GET AWAY' if i was out of line😂😂 . If I didn't communicate you reminded me importance of doing so. You left me with 2 challenges and I am sure you will guide me to fulfil them and make you proud. You will always be in my heart MY SHUKA.
Your Shuka Barbs ❤️

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Wellington Mudoti wrote

Rest in peace brother 🙏

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Terence Chinamhora wrote

Rest in peace Mazimbakupa .

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Tinashe Aliseni wrote

Sekuru, Machef, Race Controller.. the list continues. From the days of playing football with me when I was a kid to dropping off ice cream and yogurts to having a "quiet" one together most Thursdays at the drinking hole. I will Remember the great times

Rest in power Machef till we drink again 🍻

Madinda

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Forever loved by your Shugas

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Rudo Beremauro wrote

My dearest Sekuru Never. I still can’t believe you are no more Sekuru. Thank you for taking care of us since we were young. Always there for us and spoiling us with ice creams, yoghurts and rides in your cars.
You were just a phone call away and would always answer with a Hello Shuka!When are we going for our drink?
I fondly remember my college days when I would call you and say Sekuru I am hungry and you never failed to deliver my favourite pizza 🥰🥰. So much to say but until we meet again. All I can say is thank you for everything Sekuru. You were the best Sekuru a niece could ever ask for.
Forever Loved 🥰🥰

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Jonathan Mashuta wrote

Fambai zvakanaka Tembo.

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  • Rest in peace bro 🙏🙏

    Posted by Tendai on 29/08/2020 Report abuse
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  • To your nieces we were your Shukas, (me Madhora) to think we will never hear you call us that , is devastating, you would always call if we hadn't spoken in a long time,

    Posted by Flossie on 29/08/2020 Report abuse
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