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Francis Kalisto Moilinga
August 18, 1963 ~ May 26, 2020 (age 56) 56 Years Old
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Dr. Francis Kalisto Moilinga, 56 years of age, passed on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at his residence in Trenton New jersey USA after a short illness.
Dr. Francis was born in August 18, 1963 in Wau town of the then Republic of Sudan, to both late father Kalisto Muroga and Mother Poska Victor Suwa. He was the sixth of ten children. Six of Dr. Francis’ siblings preceded him to the Everlasting Kingdom of our Almighty Father. Dr. Francis was educated in Malakia Primary School, Juba One Junior Secondary School, El Fashier Senior Secondary School of the then Republic of Sudan, and Alexandria University in Egypt where he graduated from faculty of veterinary medicine in 1992. Later on in USA he perused master’s program in Business Management and received Master of Science in 2012.
Dr. Francis married Rhoda Misaka In 1999 and was blessed with two sons, who were born from this union. Daniel Moilinga (18) years and John Moilinga (12) years old. The family moved/migrated to United States in 2004 and settled in Trenton New Jersey. Upon his arrival into the United State, Francis got his first job in Walmart as a customer service employee, afterwards in Princeton Animals Hospital, and finally as Taxi Driver.
After the dissolution of Dr. Francis Kalisto Moilinga’s union with Ms. Rhoda Misaka, he lived with his girlfriend Ms. Safaa Mohammad in their Trenton residence to the day of his departure.
Dr. Francis loved to read the bible, praying for and with others, spending time with family. He was a loving and caring person; devoted father, laughing and always wearing smile on his face. He unfailingly thought of relatives and friends that he left back home in South Sudan. He was in constant contact with brothers and sisters and encouraging them whenever they are in difficulties and helping them in their time of need whenever is possible.
His passing away has touched every person who knew him and this left a real gap within the fabric of the bigger family as well as his small family. This gap cannot be filled.
The memory of Dr. Francis Kalisto Moilinga, to his children, Daniel and John, their mother Rhoda Misaka, his girlfriend Safaa Mohammad, his brothers, sisters, relatives, in-laws, colleagues and friends, will never perish.