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Date of Birth: 18th September 1925
Date of Death: 10th August 2021

She is survived by children, grandchildren and great grandchildren
She went to Mulago Nursing School for her education.

There will be a funeral service at Home in Rubaga on Wednesday 11th August , 2021 starting at 4:00pm.

Burial will take place on Thursday 12th August, 2021 in Masooli at 1pm.

Informed are: Relatives and Friends.


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    Vikki Cole says

    Banange nga kitalo nnyo! I have such happy memories of Maama e Rubaga! I thank God for blessing us with her for so many years. Rest in peace Maama.

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      John Brian Balinda says

      Dear Auntie Rose, Florence, Joy, Uncle Jimmy nga kitalo nyo, I bring you condolences from Abwooli MDS Balinda and me John Brian Balinda Fort Portal, we shall dearly miss Atwooki, may the good lord comfort you and grant Atwooki eternal rest in peace

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    Sarah Musoke Mutazindwa says

    May God give you the comfort and peace that you seek and may the soul of your loved on rest in peace.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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    Margaret Balinda says

    Atwooki, you were a foubdation and pillar for many. We have grown up following in your footsteps and have loved knowing you were there each time we came home. Its sad we couldnt make it to see you off but we are with the family in spirit and prayer. Atwooki Mukama akuhumuze mubusinge, you will forever be in our hearts.

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    Elizabeth Ramsden says

    Atwoki you have fought a good fight and now the Lord has decided to take you near to him.

    The world is sad and a very lonely place without you ohr parents and all our cousins and siblings who have left us.

    We pray the Lord give you eternal peace. Farewell thee Atwoki.

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    Jozie Walusimbi says

    Mum, God gave you to us as a gift. If He has now decided to have you back, we give you back with grateful hearts. You have touched so many peoples’ lives and you have run a good race. Rest well Jaja Atwoki (mum). Till we meet again🙏

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    Angela Odido says

    My Jaja was one of the most amazing people ever put on this earth. She has and will always remind me of strength, purity, holiness and love. Jaja loved everybody and would give her last cent to anyone who needed it. She was always full of wisdom and great advice. I will miss her laugh, her smile and her kindness of heart. Jaja will always remain the heart of this family. We carry your heart Jaja, we carry it in our hearts.
    Love you always Angie, Marcus, Mia xxx

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    Mutumba says

    My Jajja has always been more than a mother to me and so many. You were GOD’S blessing to me and so many, very generous with your love and always went out of your way to help every one that came your way. All the people that had the blessing of knowing you remember you for your kindness, love, hearty smile and generosity. We love you but the LORD loves you more. We will greatly miss and always love you. May THE ALMIGHTY GOD rest you in peace.

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    Chris Winyi says

    Atwooki, I will miss your smile, your kindness and love you showed all of us!
    May the good Lord receive and may your soul rest in eternal Peace!

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    Edith Muhumuza says

    My Atwooki, Mukaka you led me through kindergarten to Primary Two at Pope Paul Memorial primary school and always talking to me in Rutooro of which made feel at home. I remember had never seen a land line and when ever it could ring I ran to you saying Atwooki ring ring meaning the phone is ringing and every one would make fun of me with my Malo. Atwooki wange sleep well Mukaka and thank you for being there for me.

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    Dorcas Cross says

    Banange our loving jajja, she showed us so much love, she gave me a pet name Abwoli of which am known by many who really knows my childhood and will always remember your love .RIP jajja for you have been a blessing to many..To all my aunties and uncles very sorry .

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    Mrs Joy (Lule) Lwanga says

    We mourn and Honour the Life of our Dearest Auntie Atwooki Walusimbi.
    Uncle Dr. Samuel Walusimbi and Atwooki were a Great couple who worked together in their Clinic until old age.
    Atwooki Auntie was a beautiful; smart Mugumbakati (her Tooro Clan). She loved and welcomed all her relatives. She carried around her that Regal aura of Omwana wa bantu!!!
    In our childhood she cared for us, made sure we were well fed, comfortable and happy whenever we stayed over in her beautiful Rubaga home. I was lucky to be entrusted with special tasks from her. I will never forget her charisma, her sharp instinctive approach to every situation, her work
    Ethic (she worked as a nurse until old age). I admired her determination and the way She used to Drive her Morris Minor around Mengo and Kampala – She could play her Guitar with ease!!
    She was an amazing home organiser. Food was always on the table by 7 pm daily (including Ettoke eri bobedde with a variety of delicious accompaniments – her typical Muganda Home.
    When I got married years later, I picked up a lot of tips from the way she carried herself around her her home, her husband and her work. I put into practice the skills and values she egngraved in me.
    To my loving cousins , our relatives and our whole Walusimbi family, we have lost a Great Lady. Thank you for taking care of her until this golden age. My husband and family send their condolences. May you be comforted. May you know that we will always pray for you. Let us all stay together to keep Atwooki’s legacy burning bright.
    Your Ladyship, Atwooki, we will miss you, we will never never forget you. Oh what an honourable
    Beautiful Star you have been. May your soul rest in eternal Peace. Mrs.Joy Lwanga, United Kingdom

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    D orothy Mukasa Ssempebwa says

    Am sorry to hear the loss of mama Atwooki Walusimbi, Losing someone irreplaceable cause pain that’s hard to bear. There are no words that can truly ease the pain. Kitalo nyo mukama awe ma ekiwumulo ekye milembe.

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    Omugo Penelope Rose Mugenyi Amooti says

    Atwooki, you will always be missed alot. ..you welcomed me into family with your genuine unconditional love and generosity, I believe you’re in a better place ,the Lord gave the Lord has taken away, we still glorify in his name ..may the Angels receive you in glory, My deepest condolences to family .May you Rest in eternal Peace

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    Betty says

    Kitalo nnyo another of our great grand jjajja has passed away. Miss sitting on your lap for jajja hugs.

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    John Brian Balinda says

    Dear Auntie Rose, Florence, Joy, Uncle Jimmy nga kitalo nyo, I bring you condolences from Abwooli MDS Balinda and me John Brian Balinda Fort Portal, we shall dearly miss Atwooki, may the good lord comfort you and grant Atwooki eternal rest in peace

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    David Kasujja says

    Dear Atwooki, you shall be missed. You have lived a long good life and fought a good fight, now the Lord Almighty has called and you have journeyed on to be with your other siblings, relatives, friends and children. May Your Soul Rest in Enternal Peace.

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    Getrude Namubiru says

    We miss you jjajja Walusimbi your soul rest in peace, we thank you for the love you showed us and daddy Walusimbi we never forget you + jjajja Nalongo

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    Kankya Family says

    Atwooki, you made your mark on earth and therefore we celebrate your precious life. We thank God for the opportunities we had to come spend quality time with you and the family, laugh, talk and enjoy eachother’s presence. We praise God for your life and may He bless your sweet soul and give your an everlasting rest. To the Walusimbi family, our deepest condolences to you all and we stand with you in spirit and prayer during this difficult time. Love, the Kankya Family.

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    Mazzi Odu (nee Binaisa) says

    Auntie Atwooki, your love and unending kindness (particularly to Mummy)will always be treasured in our hearts. Thank you for being such a wonderful example of the very best of Tooro and Uganda. May you continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. Until we meet again.

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