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Date of Funeral

May 26, 2024

Early life and Education

Stanley Elwoku Etoori was born on 1930 to Mzee Ezekiel Etoori and Ms Esteri Amalo of Kalaki

  • He studied in Kalaki Primary School for Primary education
  • Ngora High school Junior 1 and 2
  • Aggrey Memorial School -Senior secondary School
  • School Hygiene Mbale -Diploma -Public Health
  • Kenya: Public Health School -Diploma Public Health
  • Royal Environment Health Institute of Scotland -Diploma Public Health

Rural Development College at Holte Denmark – Diploma in Community development


He was prominent Public Health Inspector and Educator.

His major roles were:

  • Inspecting homesteads and public premises for hygiene and sanitation;
  • Inspecting refuse collection and disposal sites;
  • Sensitizing the community on Public Health Acts, Regulations, and By-laws;
  • Participating in disease surveillance.
  • Providing technical support to the communities in regard to environmental health services; and Managing sensitization Programmes about Primary Health Care in the communities.


  • County Health Inspector Kaberemaido (Twice), Bukedea, Amuria, Budadiri
  • District Health Inspector Karamoja District
  • Provincial Health Inspector Karamoja Province
  • District Health Inspector Soroti
  • Provincial Health inspector Eastern ( Teso region )

Other roles he held at this time

  • LC 1 Chairperson Odera ward in (Soroti City now)
  • Chairman Red Cross Soroti

Other community services

After Retirement from public office 1987 he served in the following roles

  • Soroti District, District Councilor
  • Kalaki Church of Uganda Development committee Chairperson
  • Demonstration for donor Programmes Farmer (Fish Farming and Cotton farming)
  • Clan elder for Imoratok rarak


  • Deborah Alalo (deceased) in (1950s.-1964). They were blessed with 7 Children
  • Norah Iyoga Achilo
  • Florence Acen Abaru
  • James Opio
  • James Gregory Okello
  • William Odongo Ekere
  • Betty Ajuo Omadi
  • Ruth Aliero Otim

Ms. Janet Atubo (1965- to date) and have been blessed with 9 Children

  • Betty Amalo
  • Christine Alalo Kamujuni ( Deceased)
  • Peter Elamu
  • Agnes Ariekot Kakuru
  • Eunice Amato Dugula
  • Emmanuel Ochung
  • Anne Leah Adero
  • Norah Aryeyo
  • Charles Esesu

Passions and Characteristics

  • His pleasant personality was contagious to everyone he met.
  • He cherished education and ensured all his children got educated
  • He loved cleanliness and encouraged everyone to do the same.
  • He was deeply religious and nurtured his children to serve God.

Grand children

He is survived by about 50 Grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.

His death

He got a stroke in December 2012 which paralyzed half of his body. He was therefore bedridden for over 11 years under palliative care. Two weeks ago he stopped eating on his own and was rushed to Nsambya hospital in Kampala where he was admitted and discharged after 5 days in much improved health state. On 20th May he started experiencing breathing difficulties and was again rushed to Nsambya hospital where he was admitted to the ICU unit. He died on Tuesday 21st May 2024 at 1am.

We celebrate his life and thank God for the fruitful life that He gave Him.

May his Soul rest in Eternal Peace

Vigil will be held at his home in Kalaki Town Central Ward on Friday, 24th May 2024.

There will be a Funeral Service at home in Kalaki Town Council on Saturday, 26th   May 2024 starting at 10:00am and later burial.

Informed are; Relatives, Friends, In-laws. 



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