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Rere Huia (Tuau) MYERS Obituary
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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

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September 2, 2016
I remember when your family first came to
Rangitukia. You lived next to Makahuri Magiure opposite Jacob Karaka. I remember everyone used to talk about how your father George Tuau was such a wonderful singer. My father Turanga Mauheni lived up the hill by Tom Lima .I remember when you , Ripeka Fanny, Merikatene and Andrew went to live with his sister, Hiria who I am named for. We all went to Rangitukia primary school together. Those were good days growing up. Andrew helped Jack with the cows and the girls looked after Aunty Hiria. She was so proud of you clever children and she loved her instant family.
Everyone would say how lucky Hiria was to have those lovely kids. Back then there wasn't much to do but work the farm , do the garden and have a good talk. I believe it's pretty much the same these days in Rangitukia.
I'm so sad that I didn't get the opportunity to see you again, I lost my husband earlier this year and have moved to live with one of my daughters and her family in Auckland. We arrived Too late to say goodbye at your service but perhaps I will meet your children one day and share some memories of those days.

I would like them to know that my whanau is thinking of your whanau at this sad time. I know you are reunited with your loved ones that have gone on before and that you are home again.

Hiria (Punuki) Singe nee Mauheni
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