Talo'au'au Tofelogo Semo

Oct 10, 1933 – May 15, 2005

Obituary

Talo’au’au Tofelogo Semo, age 71, passed peacefully on May 15, 2005 in Seattle. As our mother was fading away slowly from this world, our hearts will never forget what she planted for us; it will keep growing forever. Talo is survived by her five daughters, Fiaaliali Fotu, Uluola Vili Morisa, Faiga Tavita Ili, Juliet Aveina Lausauga, Tamaira Maga Charlie; five sons, Ropi Jr.Fiaavae, Romeo Sami, Arona, Iuta Ailene and Ben-Hur Manda Semo; 30 grandchildren, Torise, Andrew II, Rosafina, Mariamene, Ben-Hur, Evangeline, Demetrius, Christian, Taloauau, Ramona, Diane, Sarah, Malia, Mele, Mose, Arona II, Marlene, Karamelu, Berlynetta, Sapina, Romeo Jr., Rodeo, Marcus, Robinson, JahVanni, Jadalynn, Mason, Shane, Vaa and Pemasa; two great grandchildren, Rayne and Taniyah; adopted children, Luisa Asuega, Kesi and Timothy; two brothers, Alava Taumaoe Mose and Emani Gaoteote and one sister Tapafua Atonio. She was preceded in death by her husband Ropi in 1997 and her son Konelio and grandson Andrew I. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, 05/25 from 12:00 noon – 8:00 PM, Thursday, 12:00 Noon – 4:00 PM. Prayer service on Thursday at 5:00 PM at BONNEY-WATSON Washington Memorial, 16445 International Blvd., SeaTac, WA 206 242-1787. Funeral Service on Friday, at 6:00 PM at the Samoan Congregational Church, 3550 S. Holly St., Seattle, WA 98118. Benediction Service, Saturday at 8:00 AM at the Samoan Congregational Church with committal following at BONNEY-WATSON Washington Memorial at 10:00 AM.

Guestbook

Sarah ILI
Seattle, WA
May 31, 2005

Hey there!!!

Well I just wanted to say that every thing is going to be okay and that we are going to make it through the next couple of weeks and to just to stay strong and don't look at the negatives and to always look at the positives K. Because she is happy now to be with grandpa Lopi reunited after 9yrs. Now it's up to us to carry on their legend K. Love ya'll and REST IN PEACE GRANDMA AND GRANDPA!!!!!! WE lOVE AND MISS YA'LL!!!!

Loialiki & Christina Moi
Seattle, WA
May 19, 2005

Our sincere sympathies and condolences for the Semo family, extended family, and friends.

May God heal and strengthen your heart and soul through this time of sorrow.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Alofa tele mo outou uma.

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