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December 14, 2013
GVP we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. RIP. Alex Z. Moua
June 06, 2012
Though you have passed on, your legacy and our Hmong people will live forever. We shall be strong and be proud that we are Hmong and never lose our cultural heritage. We will never forget all your heroic sacrifices for our dear people. "Thank you and rest in peace our great leader, General Vang Pao"....you will forever be missed in our hearts!
January 14, 2012
We all will miss our only hmong father General Vang Pao for ever because no one els will ever do what our hero GN VP doese for hmong no more, he was our leader, our hero, our farther and our king of hmong for the whole world wide thank you.
May 13, 2011
We will remember you forever.
March 16, 2011
Father..ther has been many things that you have given to the hmong throughout the years. dedicating you life since the time of the french, when you were just 15. your heart was in the rite place and till the day you died it still was. you were a selfless person who put others before yourself and your family..making sure we lived in peace and was as safe as could be. it is a shame i did not know you personally nor you i. i hope that we all could learn from your teachings before it becomes too late...learn to love like you loved and learn to help liek you have helped. we all will have to work togerther and work extra hard bacause "you" are father are no longer with us to guied us/hold our hand. we must learn from you and teach you to futer generations..because you have done so much more than help us get to this country..you put pencils in our hands, paper on our desks, books to read, hats to wear, shoes to wear..you gave us a sence of love/respect. you opened the worlds eyes to the hmong..you are the reason we are where we are at. i thankyou from the bottom of my heart..i only hope i can repay you one day. may ou be rencarnated as our leader,father and general again. TO OUR YOUNGER AND FUTURE GENERATIONS: continue to learn from our father and teach him to our generations and the future generations. dont let his love and passion for his people die with him but let it live on like his love and his legacy. it is now up to us as a family of 1 clan..18 clans in one to unite. dont let our father be the last good person/hmong..show the world that we too can be good and live up to the name/reputation of being his children/18 clan children.
as our father said best "eat from on pot of rice, one pan of vegetables and speak one language. if we are good we are all good, if we a re bad we are all bad. this makes us a family...and this will help us live a brighter future..together."
February 13, 2011
Dear our FATHER! I hope you will find peace. We all love you very much. We need you. We miss you! RIP our FATHER!
February 09, 2011
I hope that you will find a peace. Rejoice in your merit. Rest in peace Warrior
February 09, 2011
To Our Beloved General,
In a time where Hmongs needed you, you were there. In a time where Americans needed you, you were there. You have shown great loyalty to the Hmong community despite the danllenges you have faced. You have proven that passion for a better life exists and for that, we all thank you. Thank you for fighting, thank you for sacrificing, and thank you for loving. Your actions have proven how dedication and compassion can bring unity.
As the timeline of your life explains your accomplishments, you are a legacy that shall not be forgotten. Stories of you will be passed down to our children and they will to their own children and so forth.
We all have come together to mourn the loss of an irreplaceable leader and to wish you a farewell return. May you watch over us as our life journey continues and your life starts over again. Rest peacefully.

With continual respect,
Maika Vang and Jimmy Yang and family
February 08, 2011
February 07, 2011
Dearest Beloved Family,
Words alone cannot express our sympathy on the untimely death of your beloved husband, father and grandfather. To say that his time with us was far too short is an understatement. The reality is that all who loved and knew him will sorely miss him.
No doubt the outpouring of sympathy you have received since his parting has been of some consolation. Hopefully it will serve as a reminder to you of how well-loved and liked he was.
We know that the General Vang Pao planting a tree spirit in his name for each Hmong person and they will live on and grow our thoughts his name last a lifetime for generations to come.
We hope that you and your family will find peace and that his just rewards await him.
May God bless you and your wonderful family.
Yours In Faith,
Cher Va, Mayhoua Vang and family

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The General and me, Laos 1965

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