Funani James Serepong was the Second-born child on Mathule and Kgatleng Serepong. He was born at Lady Selbourne, in Pretoria.
He spend his youth days at Maraba Streets of Lady Selbourne, and that is where he met Mafi Molefe. He married Mafi Sarah Serepong, in 1968 (married for 53 years), and were soulmates for the rest of their lives. He was a dedicated family man, always home with his wife and children.
He started working at Eendrag Pharmacy , then Premiere Pharmacy. He then joined Dubussion Pathologists as a driver. His last area of work was with Excel Engineers, where he served as an Office Manager. He retired in 2015 and has been home enjoying his pension with his lovely wife Mafi Serepong since then. They have enjoyed their travels around the world together, and were a symbol of love.
Ntate Serepong was the member of the Lutheran Church Men’s Leagues and a member of the Choir.
He will fondly be remembered for singing his music notes, sometimes humming them in His baritone voice.
Funani, passed on in his sleep, during his short illness. He is survived by his wife, Mafi, children grandchildren and great grandchildren.
“Robala ka Khutso Noko”
Peter Ntuba Serepong (Bra Piet) was born on the 16th of April 1950 in Lady Selborn, he was the fourth son of the late Mathule & Kgatleng Serepong.
He Started his primary school in Lady Selborn and proceeded to Refentse Primary School in Mamelodi. He completed his matric at Mamelodi High School.
Bra Piet got married to Jennifer Manekoos in 1977 they were blessed with two daughters and two sons.
He started working at Siemens and later moved on to working at Manhattan Hotel as an admin clerk he then ventured into business by bootlegging and later moved on to the construction industry.
He eventually joined ELCSA St Paul and was a member of the veteran’s choir and served in the committee of the choir.
Bra Piet passed away on the 28th of June 2021 due to a short illness.
He is survived by his wife, two daughters, two sons, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Robala ka khutso Noko.
Date: 02 July 2021
Start time: 7:00 – 8:00
At both houses respectively.
Naledi and D3.
Service: 8:00 – 9:30
Address: Baptist Church (Mamelodi West)
Graveside: 9:30 – 11:00
From Cemetery back to Baptist church for Refreshments.
In compliance with the Covid 19 regulations, please kindly note that the church can *only accommodate 100 people.*
*Serepong Family * 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽