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Hailame Feletoa Tua'one

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Hailame Feletoa Tua'one Obituary
1946 ~ 2013
Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and best friend Hailame Feletoa Tua'one passed away March 4, 2013 due to natural causes.
Hailame was born September 16, 1946 in Ha'akame, Tonga to Viliata Feletoa Tua'one of Fahefa and Mele Pilimilose Ita'aehau of Ha'akame.
Hailame was a loyal and devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Hailame loved his family. He will be most remembered as a teacher, a leader, a gentleman, a friend, a man of integrity, a light in the darkness whom we were so blessed to have as our Dad. He was hard working and selfless. He loved to serve his fellow-man and often carried the burdens of those who couldn't bare to carry them alone. We know that he loves us and that he will continue to watch over us. The void of our Father passing on will never be filled, but we firmly believe in what he taught us and know that we will be together again someday. Our deepest thanks Dad. We love you.
He is survied by his Queen Vika Fatafehi Tua'one and the Jewels in his life Dennis Wayne Correia (Noelani Livingston), Primrose (Valentino Ikakoula), SanMateo Paea (Patiola Alusa), Sinai (Danny Patetefa), Saulala (Ilaisa'ane Mounga), Frank Willis Taylor (Losapina Ahokovi) Ana Cristina, Paula Langi (Cherise Kamanawa), Kaloafu (Penisilivenia Vaea), Pita Otulau, Lupeni (Desiree Ahwong) and Hailame Kinikini.
He is also survived by his siblings, brothers, Pita, Ofakinuusila, Loleni, Lupeni, Tupou, Skylawn; sisters, Salote Vaenuku, Sinai Tupou, Lativia Kolomalu and Ana Manu. 31 Grandchildren; Perri Micah, Kadi, Celeste, Pualei, Rebecca, Chris, Joe, Fauniteni, Vika, Taylor, Polo, Shadrach, Nancy, Jewka, Tina, Veilomani, Kauvakahiva, Kaloafu, Paula, Hailame Jr, Dennis, SanMateo, Sione, Saulala, Pauliasi, Senituli, Elsie, Richard, Primrose, Leah, and Baby Sinai.
Hailame was preceded in death by Viliata (Father), Mele Pilimilose (Mother); brothers Ofahemooni, Viliami, SanMateo, and Kekumi.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, 10:00 a.m., March 9, 2013 at Salt Lake Utah (Tongan) Stake Chapel, 3325 S. 4440 W, where family and friends may visit Friday evening from 7-10 p.m. Interment; Redwood Memorial Estates.

Published in Salt Lake Tribune on Mar. 6, 2013
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