J C Kruger – Condolences Messages

Jaycee Kruger - Condolences Messages

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JC was renowned in the Project Management profession – a friend and a mentor to many.  His loss will be mourned by many. R.I.P.  (Jacqui Baldwin Jarvis, VP Volunteer Management, PMI South Africa Chapter)


Jaycee was well known and respected.  It was a pleasure to have served with him as a volunteer with PMI. – Nirvanna 


It was with great sadness I received the news of the passing of this giant of the PM profession in Africa.
We met at a Conference in West Africa a few years back when we both presented and kept in touch.
Personified by his smile and twinkle in his eyes when discussing anything linked to the profession, he will be greatly missed.
We are inspired to carry on his work to grow the profession and inspire the next generation of PMs in Africa.

Rest in Peace
TOCA / Founder P3M Africa


My heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and PMI South Africa Chapter members, for the passing away of a warm and open-minded friend, JC Kruger. May he Rest In Peace. – Ngeh Ngone


Hearing about JC Kruger loss has deeply saddened us, but we know that this is far from what the family is going through right now. JC Kruger in our thoughts and prayers. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to his family.  It was an honor to have known such a great person and we will truly miss him. May his soul rest in peace.  Best regards,  Ahmad Al Moghrabi, Chapter Partner, PMI Middle East and Africa


My deep sorry for the passing of a good man, Jaycee. He and I became good friends during the SA PMI conference and he encouraged be to become PMIEF Liaison for Ghana and we exchanged many useful points of view. And, of course, he was great when he visited Ghana for the African conference of which I was chairman. It was a real pleasure to see him truly enjoy himself. May God rest his soul.   (Moses A. Tetteh, past president PMI Ghana Chapter)


A true leader. Condolences to his family and beloved. Will miss u Jaycee. (Franck Gerard Kom, PMI Cameroun Chapter)


Please accept my condolences.  (Lambert Ofoegbu, Ph.D., President, PMI Nigeria Chapter)

RIP (Laurinda Silva, PMI Angola Chapter)


For sure most of us here have very good memories of our experience with the late JC. A man who would make you feel very homely when you are on a face to face, a virtual call or on a WhatsApp chat! My heartfelt Condolences to his family, friends and the PMI fraternity. May he RIP. (Clement Kitetu, President, PMI Kenya Chapter)

RIP Jaycee🌹. (Isabella Nyamah, PMI Ghana Chapter)

SA we are with you.

My deepest sympathies go out to SA PMI Chapter and JC’s family. May God give his unmeasurable peace to his family and friends during this trying moment. (Steve Kubeng Banza, PMI Democratic Republic of Congo Chapter)

Condolences to the South Africa Chapter and his family. RIP (Catherine Mutuku, PMI Kenya Chapter)

Toutes mes condoléances.  (Fidel Steve Hisan Mbay Makang, Past President, PMI Cameroun Chapter)

Accept my condolences (Rosemary Imhanwa, PMI Nigeria Chapter)

So sorry to hear. Rest in Peace, JC. We spent good time in Accra at LIM 2016. My deepest condolences to his personal Family and his PMI-Family. Be strong and take courage! God bless and comfort you! (Danny Byabene, President, PMI Democratic Republic of Congo Chapter)

Condolences from all in Mauritius. (Aroun Poligadu, PMI Mauritius Chapter)


My deepest condolences to you, his family and SA Chapter. (Titi Parks, PMI Nigeria Chapter)

My condolence to the all family, including PMI Family (Lourenco Pina, PMI Angola Chapter)

Deepest condolence to family and friends (Namala Katchecheba, PMI Tanzania)

Eternal Rest grant unto JC Kruger’s soul Oh Lord and let your perpetual light shine upon him, may he rest in peace!  Condolences to his family and to the entire PMI SA Chapter. (Mau Barigye, PMI Uganda Chapter)

Oh no my Buddy JC. The Grey Beards Consulting. This is too bad. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Sincere condolences to PMI SA Chapter and the entire family.

Oh dear, I remember JC a very cheerful man who was an inspiration to some of us. I was wondering why I stopped seeing him. Please accept our condolence. (Peter Dateme, PMI Nigeria Chapter)

Many condolences (Baba Mirry, PMI Tanzania)

May his soul rest in perfect peace (Jumoka Lafenwa, President, PMI Ghana Chapter)

My sincere condolences. May his soul rest in peace (Mary Phiri, PMI Zimbabwe Chapter)

May his soul Rest in Peace.  (Deji Ishmael, PMI Nigeria Chapter)

Condolences…very sorry for the loss. (Perpetua Chimeura, PMI Zimbabwe Chapter)


Meus Sinceros pêsames!  RIP (Estavao Zinga, PMI Angola Chapter

OOOh … Vraiment triste! Sincères Condoléances! RIP (Marcelle Ngounou, PMI Cameroun Chapter)


This is sad that JC is no more. A fun filled person who will share his knowledge on project management profession. Being one of the earliest certified professionals with PMI, he was a great person. PMI family will greatly missed him. To PMI SA, do accept our sincere condolences. It’s a great loss. Rest in peace JC.  (Olive Ada BUME NGOLE, President, PMI Cameroun Chapter)


Director Development Programme – PMI SA

In a country where many recent failures have occurred due to misfunctioning boards of directors and councils, the PMI South Africa Chapter is launching a new career development program to develop project managers towards improved corporate governance. As PMI has 11 global standards and particularly Project and Portfolio Management, as well as the Talent Triangle, study of appropriate sections of these can provide excellent background and competencies for those members who want to be efficient directors. If you have 6-10 hours per month to participate in this 10-month pilot program in 2019, please send in your application by 7th March 2019.

The program, starting with a workshop on 16th March 2019 in Gauteng, is the latest offering available exclusively to members of the PMI South Africa Chapter. Participants will form small self-directed study groups of 4 to ten members each in which they will study the models of governance and other legislative and voluntary requirements and models for directors and boards. At program completion, successful participants who want more knowledge will be encouraged to attend formal courses from other training providers to qualify as Professional Directors or Executives in Corporate and Public environments. Members from the public who want to participate are welcome once they have become members of the PMI and the SA Chapter                 (See PMI website on how to apply for PMI Membership – https://www.pmi.org/membership/join). Simultaneously of becoming a member of PMI, you can join the South Africa Chapter.

For more information on the programme contact admin@pmi.org.za. Applications / Expression of Interest forms for the program will be made available to eligible candidates(Chapter members) during February 2019.

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