MY LIFE. MY THOUGHTS. MY WORDS.

“There is peace and rest and comfort in sorrow”

I moved out here in Utah in August of 1994, since then, there have been so many deaths of our old members of our original Sunset 12 Provo Tongan Ward. There have been many who have passed on since then, such as my father. However, in remembrance of the young generation and the lives that were taken so soon, may they rest in peace and love and may their families be comforted for their sudden loss.

Sesi Tauteoli
Mele Halasima
Mosese Lavaki
Eti Saumani
Vou Luaki

"I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live"

Below if for our most recent loss...

Gone too soon and so young. The Luaki family has always been a close family to us, since our days living in good old Mapleton. Steve was like a brother to Mone and Jr during their days as Red and Blue devils. We were sadden by the lost of his younger brother Vou. With much respect to Vou lahi, our prayers go out to Janet and the family. We love you very much!



Naulivou Atenisi Lauaki 1987 ~ 2010
Naulivou (Vou) Atenisi Lauaki, 23 of Springville, passed away Wednesday, January 6, 2010 at his home.

Vou was born on April 17, 1987 in Provo, Utah, 2nd son of Naulivou and Janet Hutchings Lauaki.

Vou was a member of the LDS church and loved spending time with his family, going to the mountains, riding horses with his brothers and uncle, and roasting pigs with his dad. He loved his Tongan culture and was very proud to carry his dad's name.

Vou is survived by his parents Naulivou and Janet Lauaki, his brothers Sione Steven, Monty, Scott Rodger and Naulivou Jr., his Sisters Lupe Nonu and Sulieti, his niece Kalani Mele, and all of you extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his Grandpa Sione Feiloakitau Lauaki, Uncle Monty Lauaki, Great Grandpa and Granda Warren, and his Great Grandpa and Granda Hutchings.

Viewing Friday, January 15, 2010, 7-11:30 pm, LDS Chapel 360 North 650 West, Spanish Fork, UT and Sat. Jan. 16 from 9-9:45, funeral at 10:00 in same LDS Chapel 360 N. 650 W. Spanish Fork. Interment at Springville Evergreen Cemetery.

In Lieu of flowers we request a donation to the account set up in his and Janet Lauaki's name at Central Bank.

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