Obituary: Feofaʻaki-Ki-Nasinu Pāongo dies

Feʻofaʻaki Ki-Nasinu Pāongo, age 47, passed away suddenly, Saturday, September 20, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

He was born November 1, 1966 in Koulo, Haʻapai, Tonga to Sēfana Malupō and Fātima Tokomaʻata Pāongo.

On December 17, 1988 he married Lavinia Veiongo Lutui in the Tonga LDS Temple.

Aki grew up in Tonga. After his mother’s untimely death, he was raised by his adopted family, Asulusi & Piuela Vailea in Tonga, with his two adopted sisters, Sisilia Taliauli (Toni) and Mounga Pututau (Mataliki) . He served an L.D.S. Mission in Tonga before his marriage. They moved to Hawaii for a year before moving to Bunkerville in 2008.

Aki worked as an electrician. He was a very fun, and loving friend, husband and father. He was always laughing and joking and making

Feofaʻaki Ki-Nasinu Pāongo,
Feʻofaʻaki Ki-Nasinu Pāongo,

everyone feel welcome and comfortable. He dedicated his life to his family and he will be greatly missed.

Survivors include his wife Lavinia; three sons & three daughters all of Mesquite, except two daughters on Missions: Sioeli, Francis in the Dallas Texas Mission, Gabriella in the Chicago Illinois Mission; Fatima, Feofaaki Jr. and Melekiseteki; four brothers and two sisters: Sioeli (Akesa) of Texas; Unaloto (Lisia) of Tonga; Fangufangu (Misinale) Tautuiaki of Hawaii; Semisi (Ofeina) of Tonga; Tevita (Brenda) of Hawaii and Haunani (Petueli) Tuita of Tonga.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 11 a.m. at the Mesquite LDS Stake Center. Visitation will be Friday, September 26, 2014 from 6 – 10 p.m. and again from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. prior to services at the Stake Center. Interment will follow in the Bunkerville Cemetery.

SOURCE: meaningfulfuneral̄.net

1 COMMENT

  1. Kuo pekia ʻa Feʻofaʻaki-ki-Nasinu taʻu 47 ʻo Koula, Vainī mo Kahoua ʻi he Tokonaki kuo ʻosí ʻaho 20 ʻo Sepitema, ʻi Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Naʻe fanauʻi ia ʻi Novema ʻaho 1, 1966 ʻi Koulo, Haʻapai ʻe he tamai ko Sēfana Malupō pea mo e faʻē ko Fātima Tokomaʻata Pōleʻo. Naʻa ne mali mo Lavinia Veiongo Lutui ʻi he Siasi ʻo Sīsū Kalaisi ʻo e kau Māʻoniʻoni ʻo e Ngaahi ʻAho ki Mui ní ʻi Tīsema ʻaho 17, 1988.

    Naʻe ʻiloʻi ʻa Pāongo ʻi Tonga ʻi heʻene ngāue fakaʻuhila pea ko e taha mateaki ʻo e Siasi Māmongá. Naʻa nau hiki ki ʻAmelika pea ʻi ha lava pe ha taʻu ʻe taha ʻenau ʻi aí ne nau hiki hake ai ki he feituʻu ko ʻeni ko Bunkerville ʻi he 2008 ʻo ne mālōlō ai ko ʻení.

    ʻOku kei moʻui ʻa e uaifi mo e foha ʻe toko tolu ʻofefine ʻe toko tolu ʻa ia ko: Sioeli (Akesa) of Texas; Unaloto (Lisia) of Tonga; Fangufangu (Misinale) Tautuiaki of Hawaii; Semisi (Ofeina) of Tonga; Tevita (Brenda) of Hawaii and Haunani (Petueli) Tuita of Tonga.

    ʻE fakahoko hono meʻafakaʻeiki ʻi he Falaite ʻaho 27 taimi ʻa ʻAmelika he taimi 11 pongipongi ʻi he Mesquite LDS Stake Center.

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