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PATRICK OTIMONG October 3, 2021

Patrick Otimong was born on 26th August 1954 in Amutur Bukedea, to the late Papa Cooper Adengo and Toto Faith Loy Ameede. He was baptized from Amutur Church of Uganda.

He was the first born of six children born to Papa Adengo and Tata Ameede. His siblings are Loyce Aguti Ojakol, Grace Akol, Joseph Okello Adengo, Hellen Akia, and Francis Adengo.

Papa Patrick went to Kolir Primary School in Kolir, Bukedea for his primary education then joined Busoga College Mwiri in Jinja for his Secondary education.

He did a diploma course in Banking that later on enabled him to join Uganda Commercial Bank, currently Stanbic Bank Uganda. His first posting was in Mbarara Branch where he worked for some time.

While there he furthered his studies in Accounting professional accounting course CPA which he passed successfully.

Papa Patrick travelled to the UK in 1988 for further studies and was qualified as an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers.

He returned to Uganda and continued to work with Uganda Commercial Bank in various capacities and retired as Assistant Chief Manager – International Division Foreign Exchange in 1999.

Family Life

Patrick married Sarah Adong in February 1986 and together they are blessed with six children Josephine, Patricia, Hope, Emma, Isaac and Cooper, and three grandchildren Hannah, Tasha and Israel.

Patrick was a family man, and he loved his family dearly. He loved his extended family members and clan. He was the patriarch of the Adengo family and stood in the gap when they lost Papa Cooper Adengo and Uncle Noah Abol raising both families and educating his brothers and sisters.

He also loved taking photos and often travelled with his prized camera wherever he went.

Patrick was also an avid tennis player and spent most of his free time in the tennis court and at Kampala Club.

Patrick spent most of his retirement in Bukedea district where he participated in many causes. He served as treasurer at St Peter’s Church of Uganda, Bukedea.

He was also very instrumental in lobbying for a bank to be set up in Bukedea eventually bringing Post Bank which set up its first branch in the district at Centre Bukedea.

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