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Annie Togafau
In Memory of
Annie Mataituli
Togafau
1942 - 2018
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Obituary for Annie Mataituli Togafau

Annie Mataituli  Togafau
Annie Mataituli Togafau 75, of Nanakuli, Hawaii passed away on August 16th, 2018 in Pearl City. She was born October 14th, 1942 in Leone, American Samoa.

She is preceded in passing by spouse: Sefulu Togafau Jr, father Mataituli Eletise Tuitele and mother Vanila Vailu'u. Brothers: Kilisi Fai'ivae and Lauititi Tuitele. Sisters: Falute Tauaese, Eliepa Fiatoa, Cris Manaea, Moevao Tuiaana, and Jane Matavao.


She is survived by Sons: Sefulu Togafau (Miki), Lauititi Togafau (Shan), and Uaine Togafau (Tweet). Daughters: Doris Ioka (Perry), Violet Iuta (Kaiser), Colleen Tafai (Reo), and Drucilla Taylor (Kalani). Brother: Lu'uga Vailu'u. Sister: Loretta Tuatagaloa. Grandchildren (31): Abby, Ammon (Mariah), Aryana, Braeden, Cassia, Corban, Chelsea, Crystal, Cypriana, David Devereaux, Isaac (Reesa), Isaley (Kainoa), Isaiah (Ashley), Isalyn (Aaron), Isis, Jaeden, Jenesis, Joel, John, Juewels, Keanu, Lori, Makana (Tiana), Ochi (Tina), Perritte, Reo, Skyler-Jane, Spencer, Tania, Thaddaeus. Great Grandchildren (16): Acesen, Aissac, Cassia, Casstiel, Eli, Helaman, Jaeten, Jolynn, Jonah, Josiah, Kaiser, Leonie, ViAne, Xaiden, Zynaia-Reign, Zymani-Rae,

An avid athlete, Annie played volleyball, softball, basketball and cricket throughout her life. She was a HUGE supporter and fan of UH Volleyball (both men and women's) and a LA Lakers fan. Annie was always 'on the go', picking up her Grandchildren, taking them to school, appointments, sporting events and practices, and always made it a point to spend quality time with them at various fast food places they would frequent. During her downtime Annie loved crossword puzzles and writing in her journal. Annie is the glue that keeps her family of 50+ together. Every holiday, birthday, or special occasion, Annie made sure it was spent together as a family. As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and a temple member, Annie raised her entire family in the Mormon faith. Annie was the epitome of faith divine nature and love. Annie loved her family, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and our Heavenly Father, with all her heart, might, mind and soul, and passed her love and traditions on to her family. Annie loved and cared for all whom she came in to contact with that she was loved by so many, she was not only loved and adored by her immediate family, but by all her many 'hanai' children and grandchildren as well. Annie was a strong, loving, cherished and treasured Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and a faithful daughter of our Heavenly Father.

Services will be held on Thursday September 06, 2018 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Waipahu Stake Center) 94-210 Kahualii Street, Waipahu, HI. Public viewing 3pm-5pm. Services 5pm-6pm. Private Burial will be held at Mililani Memorial Park.

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