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In Loving Memory of Peter Mutebi, Death Announcement

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Posted August 4, 2014 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Obituary ~ 10,904 views

     

A brief background on Peter Mutebi
Peter was the son of the Retired Bishop and Mrs. Faith Mutebi of Mityana, Uganda. Peter came to the USA in early 2000 in search of greener pastures, like most of us. Peter is a Christian and a gentleman, married to his wife Rose and together, God blessed them with 3 handsome boys, ages: 11, 9 and 5 years. Peter was a professional Home Improvement Specialist, a former employee of DeKalb County, GA and has helped several families in Atlanta with their home repair needs and total home improvement over the years.

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The Journey of Peter’s illness
One Spring Day in May 2012, Peter got up to mow the lawn, but for some reason, the lawn mower could not work so he decided to leave it alone. Later that night while relaxing in the family room with his boys, he decided to stretch and a few seconds later his entire left side got weak and the face started twitching. This scared the family and his wife rushed him to the hospital Emergency treatment center. This is where Peter was diagnosed with a brain tumor to the right side of his head. Peter has undergone several major treatments including multiple surgeries where one of the main cancerous large brain tumor was removed in 2013. The family was happy at the time learning that the surgery was successful and hoped that Peter would recover and get back to his normal self.

Peter passed away on Sunday morning, August 3, 2014 at 3:00 am. The funeral services will be held in Atlanta, GA on Saturday, August 9, 2014. Additional details will follow. A go fund me page is now LIVE for those interested in contributing something!  http://www.gofundme.com/clmd98

Philippians 4:13:I can do all things through Christ He who strengthens me.


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Ugandan Diaspora News Team

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16 Comments


  1.  
    Susan

    To the family, relatives, friends and those who knew Peter,
    1 Peter 5:10 ESV

    And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.




  2.  
    Valentine Angela

    Mukama abagumye …..era omwoyo gwe agulamuze kisa




  3.  
    Atwooki Lutaaya

    Incredibly sad! My heartfelt and sincere condolences to his family and friends. May his soul rest in eternal peace.




  4.  
    Robert Kiggundu

    Rest in peace and may God strengthen the bereaved family




  5.  
    Henry James

    Kitalo nyo




  6.  
    Kathryn Nalule

    Rest in peace my dear brother. See you on the other side. You will never be forgotten and I will miss u dearly.




  7.  
    Albert KUNIHIRA

    May the Almighty God Comfort the family most the wife and children, this is a very difficult moment, but trusting in God, He will see you through. May Peters soul RIP




  8.  
    Ricahrd K Walugembe

    Kitalo nyooooooooo……RIP Peter Mutebi, you will be greatly missed.




  9.  
    Frank

    Kitalo nyo… Mukama omwoyo gwe aguwumuze mirembe… RIP




  10.  
    Faustin L Mukambwe

    On behalf of my family and myself here in Boston Massachusetts, wish to convey our heart felt condolence to the bereaved family; the widow and children, and that of Bishop Emeritus of Mityana Diocese Rt. Rev. Peterson and Mmaama Faith Mutebi, for the great loss of your husband / father / son, now the late Peter Mutebi.

    PETER has been a pillar not only to his family, but also the Atlanta GO Uganda community at large. We shall dearly miss your dedicated service and Love.

    May your Soul Rest in Eternal Peace.

    From,

    Muckamore family – Everett MA.




  11.  

    Peter has been a hard working person. He was so loving and caring not only to his family but to every body. May his soul rest in peace.




  12.  
    luswata family

    Nga kitalo nnyo. May God give the family strength and show even more love.




  13.  
    Bro' Todd Towns

    I have not met a kinder or more sincere person in my life! He was a Godly example of calm and strength for me in a difficult time In my life. God bless and comfort you all




  14.  
    Femi

    Bro. Peter,

    Words cannot express how I felt when I received the news of your passing on to glory, last week.

    I cannot question God’s will & his timing even though I would have loved that you be with us for many more years.

    I remember the times we spent together. I remember your unwavering commitment to the Men’s ministry. I remember your charming personality. I remember the conversations we had about raising our children. I remember your labor of sacrifice at the church. I remember a lot more that I cannot list here….

    I pray that the Lord may remember your wife, sister Rose and your children, Subi, Dembe and Kutesa. May the Lord give sister Rose the strength to raise your children in your absence. May he comfort and strengthen them, so that they will not depart from the way of the Lord.

    Ronke & I will miss you and thank God for your life.

    Sleep well, my friend, sleep well until we meet again.

    Ronke & Femi – Indiana




  15.  
    Rashid muyingo

    Kitalo bambi




  16.  
    Ben

    Machine refused to work that morning! then…. sound like a spiritual attack!





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