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Mr Gideon Badagawa (RIP)

May 8, 1966 – Jun 21, 2021

OVERVIEW

Parents: Mr. James Grace Ikaaba and Mrs Ikaaba Dorca Kagusa
Wife: Susan Birungi Badagawa
Children:
  1. Anita Badagawa
  2. Nina Badagawa
Career:
He went to school at Busoga College Mwiri, Makerere College School, and later joined Makerere University in 1988 for his first degree in Statistics.
Other:

The 54-year-old Gideon Badagawa (RIP) was born in a little village called Muyiira in Nambale Sub -County, Iganga District, to Mr. and Ms. Isabirye Badagawa. His father is a retired Grade II Magistrate.

BURIAL LOCATION

Condolences (4)

Uganda Funeral Services on May 18, 2022

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Gilbert Kasoma on Sep 6, 2021, 12:11 pm

We shall miss you

Joseph Kakooza Ntensibe on Sep 1, 2021, 3:49 pm

May your soul Rest in peace.

Connie Mutenyo on Sep 1, 2021, 2:27 pm

Rest in paradise

Joseph Abdi on Aug 31, 2021, 9:15 am

You shall be missed a lot

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Frequently Asked Questions

An obituary is an announcement that someone has passed away, that is often printed in a newspaper or published online. Obituaries often include biographical information, a list of familial survivors, accomplishments, hobbies, and information regarding visitation, a memorial service, or a funeral service. Synonyms include mortuary tribute and death notice.

It is basically an announcement of a person’s death. It includes the day he or she died, a recent photograph, a short biography of his or her life, information about family members, and details about the funeral or memorial service.

Everyone should get an obituary. An obituary is the final published story of your life. And everyone deserves to have one.

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An obituary is the final tribute to your loved one, the final loving gesture you can give them to ensure the world remembers their contribution

This is a tough question to answer.

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It’s common to list all immediate family members: spouse, children, grandchildren, parents, siblings etc