Manusina Tuiasosopo

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Manusina Tuiasosopo

My Fathers Story

In the summer of 1960 God bestowed Manusina Tuiasosopo, in the city of Los Angeles, California to Asovalu Tuiasosopo and Sorepa Tagaloa. Manusina was blessed with loving brothers and sisters, Manu'Ula, Talosaga, Sorepa, Matthew, Anita and Wesley. Manusina spent his days growing up in Long Beach, California, hanging out with family, surfing at Seal Beach, relaxing with the guys, playing football, and playing his trumpet in the high school band.
Manusina (known by most friends and family as Sina or Manny) began his schooling days at Webster Elementary, moved onto Stevens Junior High, then started high school at St. Anthony's Prepatory and graduated from Long Beach Poly High. After that Sina went on to attend Orange Coast College while playing football.
Later after his college days, Sina moved up to Washington to visit family. At a McDonald's in White Center, Sina met his future soul mate, Suzanne. That amazing couple tied the knot in the summer of 1985 and shortly after were blessed with Trenton, Lindsay, Tyler, Mychael and Bethany.
Manusina Tuiasosopo was known for his steadfast love for God, and his fierce love for family (ALL of his family). He was known for his straightforwardness, adamancy, courage, boldness, and for his strength of mind, body and soul. Such a man was needed in the Kingdom of Heaven and so God called him Home on a sunny Monday afternoon with bright rainbows lighting the way.
In celebration of Sina's return back Home please join the Tuiasosopo family in celebrating his life here on earth this Saturday, November 13th. The celebration will be held at Sonrise Chapel starting with a viewing at 10:00 a.m., followed by a service at 1:00 p.m. with reception to follow. Location of the reception will be announced after ceremony. Address to Sonrise Chapel: 11625 Airport Rd # D, Everett, WA 98204-8713 Phone Number: (425) 355-9129



Published in The Herald (Everett) on Nov. 11, 2010
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