In Loving Memory | Michael Nsubuga Kibuuka – Ohio Mourns a Beloved Dad!

Posted February 26, 2023 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Death Annoucement ~ 17,768 views


Michael Kibuuka was born surrounded by love and passed away on January 8, 2023, at the age of 62 in Clark City, the Phillipines.  Born at Mulago Hospital, Kampala on March 20th 1961, baby Michael was brought home to a half-finished family house and landed in the numerous, eager hands of much older siblings and cousins who smothered him with love and attention.

Michael attended several schools, including Kabinja (Budo Junior School) and Mengo Primary. He
made lifelong friendships throughout his school and youthful years. He had an unwavering love for art and found joy in creating it. At about 15 years old, Michael painted a sunset and portraits of his Uncle Fred Luswata and mum – Julia Lule.

As Michael and his artistic sense and skills matured in the USA, his love for architecture and art led him to the level of designing and building houses like the masterpiece he built in Indiana, for himself and his

As with most men brought up by their single mothers there was a deeply entrenched bond between
him and his Mom. From Michael’s point of view – a deep yearning for his mother, to the very end.

Michael loved communing with nature and all things beautiful and serene. His cheerful personality and
bright smile will be missed by those with whom he crossed paths.

Michael is survived by his wife Pross and was a proud daddy to Katrice, Kandice, Ezra, Sanyu, Suubi, Kirabo and Mutegesi.

Michael will be laid to rest on Saturday March 4 th 2023 at the Gates Of Heaven Cemetry, 11000
Montgomery RD Cincinnati, Ohio 45249 USA. To the Family friends our deepest sympathies.

“Life has to end. Love doesn’t.”

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