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3 comments on “Viliami Tupou”

  1. Dear Grandpa,

    I wished I was there to stand up and talk about how much I’m so proud to be one of your grandchildren. Even though I couldn’t be there to stand before you and kiss you goodbye, I felt your warmth, love & strength and that comforted me.

    I still hear your voice in my head to love & honour my parents and the wishes you had for me and my little family. Like Uncle Charles quoted from the scriptures “for with God nothing shall be impossible” I know I will see you and grandma again one day.

    I love & miss you so much Grandpa ❤️❤️

  2. Dear Grandpa Tupou,

    I was sad I wasn’t there to see you depart in person but was happy i was able see your service live here in Alice.

    As a kid, I know there were times i was very naughty towards you Grandpa and it always drove you crazy thats why I always ran to Grandma or my mum cause Grandma would be egging me on “lele keli”
    after I done something that upset you.

    I’m sorry Grandpa.

    God bless you Grandpa may you have a blessed journey as you meet Grandma in eternity.

    ‘Ofa lahi atu ❤

  3. Thank you very much for this. Even though I couldn’t be there, but I was happy to watch and be there all the way from here.

    Grandpa, when I was younger I had so many BMX bikes growing up. Probably went thru like 7 bikes if I remember properly. My fav and best bike I ever owned was my Mongoose BMX bike you bought me for my 9th birthday.
    You might have had the first bike in Tokomololo, but I had the best bike in all of Sydney as a kid, thanks to you.

    Ofa Lahi atu Grandpa aka Gramps❤️

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