Obituary | Celebrating the Life of the Late Saava Daudi Johnson Seninde of New Hampshire

Posted March 8, 2022 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Death Annoucement ~ 4,312 views


The Families of: Mrs. Peace Seninde, Jonathan Seninde, Daniel Seninde and Faith Seninde-New Hampshire; Naava Evelyn Kulabako, Saava Patrick Mayambala. Together with Abalangila:Joseph Kiggala, Duncan Kayondo, Nicholas Basamula Namugala,Omumbejja Barbara Mugale Ngobi, Nieces:Martha Mugamba,Hilda Ssemwanga-Magezi,Irene Ssemwanga-Bigala, Nassiwa Kajoba.  The Family of the Late Mr. Robinson Balunga and Omumbejja Naalinya Evelyn Balunga, The Rev. David and Deborah Seremba – Uganda.

Hereby announce the sudden  death of  a Husband, Father, Brother, Son, Uncle and Friend to many:Late Saava Daudi Johnson Seninde-New Hampshire, which occurred on Friday, January 21, 2022 at St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua, New Hampshire.  

Church Service: Saturday, April 2nd, 2022 at 3:00 pm.   St. Peters Anglican Church, Belmont, Massachusetts. 129 Lexington St, Belmont, MA 02478. Phone: (617) 932-1646 Reception:  Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Waltham.  450 Totten Pond Road.  Waltham, MA. Telephone: 781-890-0100 or Jenna Benoit at:  781-419-1756

                            Reservation Code:  UG22 (Uganda Group)

Book reservation by Friday, March 19th, 2022 to qualify for the Group Rate of $119 per night + taxes.  Contacts:  Omulangila Duncan Kayondo: 617-212-0021:Omulangila Nicholas Basamula: 732-763-7126:Omulangira Henry Sunna:857-258-1085;Ms. Brenda Kalema:  612-385-6469

Attendee Hotel Booking Link is:

Condolences (Amabugo): CashApp:  Peace Seninde @ 603-820-5458; Zelle: Peace Seninde @ 603-820-5458. We will be graced by your attendance.  Thank you for the condolence messages.

“Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.”  Isaiah 35:10

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