Late Gatluak Deng Garang ’s Memorial Service -(In Loving Memory). Ladies & gentlemen, we announce the memorial service for lovely father and friend late Major Gen. Gatluak Deng Garang who lost his life last month in Cairo Egypt. We invited all spiritual leaders, relatives, friends, all community leaders to come to Omaha and join us for a memorial services and honoring Major Gen. Gatluak’s life on Saturday the 08 of March 2014 at 11:00 AM in Trinity Lutheran Church 6340 North 30 th St Omaha, NE 68111.
There was sadness news occurred after the death of late Gatluak last three weeks ago in Malakal, his son Chapean Gatluak was killed by Government troop in Malakal. The two memorials services will take place at same time in the city of Omaha.
Late Major General Gatluak was a remarkable man and his accomplishment extraordinary. He served his country since he joined the army with good courage, loyalty, and dedication. He was a man of faith and spent his early life in the Church as a Christian all together with his parent Nyaguen Choat, & Deng Garang under American Presbyterian Church in Nasir, South Sudan. We, his family and friends will always remember his kindness, forbearance, and generosity which will never forget in this society as a Nuer or South Sudanese in General. For further information, you can contact Nyagoa Them at (402) 214-1260. For more information, your read more text below:
Name: Gatluak Deng Garang Alier
Date of Birth: March 1953
Place of Birth: Nasir, Sudan
Social Status: Married and father of sons and daughters
Nasir West Elementary
Halfa Ajedida Senior Secondary
Sudan Military College
Sudan Armed Forces (SAF)
(Airborne Commissioned Officer, from the Rank of 2 nd Lt.- Major General)
Professional Trainings and Courses
Heavy Weapon Course: Sudan
Topography Course: Attbara, Sudan
Basic Airborne Course: Fort Benning, GA, USA
Ranger Course: Fort Benning, GA, USA
Special Forces Course: Fort Brag, NC, USA
Platoon Command Course: Sudan
Company Command Course: Sudan
Parachute Maintenance Course: Saudi Arabia
Military Staff College: Khartoum, Sudan
Constitutional and Political Career
Governor of Greater Upper Nile Region: Khartoum, Sudan
Wally of the Greater Upper Nile State: Khartoum, Sudan
Federal Minister of Coordination of States’ Affairs: Khartoum, Sudan
Federal Minister of Health: Khartoum, Sudan
Federal Minister of Survey and Physical Development: Khartoum, Sudan
President of Southern Sudan Coordinating Council: Juba, Southern Sudan
Federal Minister of Animal Resources and Fisheries (GoNU): Khartoum, Sudan
Governor of Upper Nile State : Malakal, South Sudan
All Governors Conference and Nongovernmental Organizations
Workshops and Conferences on Governance
Chairman of Peoples Local Government Conference for Native Administration
Nasir County city is looking different from previous as we all witness on the picture above. It's very great exciting to everyone that the most buildings were quickly done before the end of 2014. Opening of the Buildings, the County government level, and federal level from Upper Nile State including Governor Simon Kun Puoch came to Nasir to celebrate the Opening of Nasir County New Buildings. The County commissioner Mr. Dak Tap Chol has done a marvelous job which will never forget from generation to generations. The photographer: Rev. James Kuajien Deng.
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Nasir County City will soon look different this year as it witness on the picture or on Video below, the building project will be finished before July of 2013, the most of the buildings will be done in a couple of months, and the rest will be finished within 4 -5 months this Year.WATCH THIS VIDEO FOR MORE INFORMATION
Dr. Timothy Tongyik Tutlam's life: His role in the movement went beyond relief work. As part of the leadership, he participated in many important conventions and peace conferences.
For instance, he played a key role in the Akobo Peace Convention of 1994 that was called to resolve the conflict between the Lou and Jikany Nuer.
Despite the fact that his home area was the worst hit by the conflict, he did not take hardline positions, which was very helpful to the process.
He was also part of the negotiation team that led to the singing of the Khartoum Peace Agreement in which for the first time in the history of Sudan, the right of self-determination for south Sudanese to be exercised in an internationally supervised referendum was enshrined into the constitution, essentially paving the way for the subsequent peace agreement that led to the independence of South Sudan.
Dr. Timothy Tutlam is fondly remembered by both his family and comrades in the liberation struggle as a determined, hardworking, focused, humble, loving, caring and compassionate man who devoted his life to the service of others and the liberation of his homeland. WATCH VIDEO of DR. TIMOTHY TONGYIK TUTLAM
The Nasir elders: Khoak Mut Goot, Yual Mut Goot, Lual Gatkuoth Wakow, Stephen Gach Bangoang, and Ruei Gew Okech.
Former American missionary: Nyarial/Eleanor Vandevort the logistic