Dr. Taban Paramena

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Dennis Fernando
Dennis Fernando
4 months ago

Taban, it was a privilege to have known you and more than being a fellow worker I valued your extended hand of friendship and support at all times. You always acted with the highest integrity and I admired your courage and dignity in the face of adversity. I will remember the many chats we had, and no matter what, you left the conversation with the phrase “hakuna matata” so farewell friend – rest in peace. Dennis Fernando

Grace
Grace
4 months ago

What a father and uncle you have been but most importantly a friend and advisor. You know how to always tell the truth and to the point. I trust you in everything and I know it would be hard to find a father and friend like you. Rest In Peace uncle you are my hero.

susan_arnautovic@worksafe.vic.gov.au
susan_arnautovic@worksafe.vic.gov.au
4 months ago

Mufusa, all those years, I saw you as the Lion, strong, courageous, and forever, a man with integrity, humility and a friend. You made me smile, and your light always shined each day at work. Rest now my friend, for your journey is now to begin, at the place you dreamed about. It has been an honor to have known you. You are know in your Kingdom Mufusa.

Mogga Stanley Josephson
Mogga Stanley Josephson
4 months ago

Dr. Taban Nelson Paramena Tongidyang was very attentive to every detail. He also easily adapted to all situations and very friendly to everybody with infectious friendly sweet smile I can attest. Meeting and Knowing him first i remember was in Feb 1983, Cairo Egypt, where he studied Medicine. It was a happy privilege meeting him. I was an exchange student to Hungry but decided to stop to meet my old best friends including Waran Dilly and Arkangelo Okwang, the later who had transferred after he joined University of Juba. Both preferred to study Geology and Egineering respectively in Egypt. I later found out that Taban was a refugee student in same school in Kitaleba Bunyoro district just as myself. But he could have joined earlier. He was a very nationalistic selfless person I ever met, down to earth and practiced biblical self last doctrine regardless of his opportunities and possibilities. We met later and practiced Medicine in Juba Teaching Hospital. It was at that time he possibly met his wife.
Taban gave his all on earth and contributed immensely to our Karo Book project still in writing. It’s hard to control tears of grief watching you being sent too early to your last resting place for peace in the Lord. You fought a fight you could not win but didnt give up Faith and hope. He counselled others. On the above accounts I join all mourners asking God to forgive him for any wrongs he could have possibly humanly made on earth. I also join all relative’s, friends and colleaques to pray that his soul rest in Eternal peace my friend colleague and tribesmen. Till we meet in heaven. Shall forever remember you. RIP