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Mua Stanley

November 22, 1951 - October 26, 2022
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Mua Stanley was born Siamomua Faletoese on November 22, 1951, to her mother, Selau and father, Asi Faamatala Faletoese. Upon immigrating to the U.S. in 1985 with her children, Mua began faithfully serving the Lord Jesus Christ, first as a hospital chaplain tending to the sick and then as a graduate of RHEMA Bible TrainingContinue Reading

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Leilani Contreras (Lala) left a message on November 26, 2022:
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Shawna Anne Chantarotwong left a message on November 22, 2022:
Happy Birthday, my dear friend, Mua--in Heaven! I miss you, dear one, but truly believe your life here was like a seed, now planted in so many ways, in the lives you've touched. You have taught me much about friendship, particularly about being covenant friends. I cannot put a price on the value of the gift God gave me, in giving me you as a friend--the price is none less than the precious blood of Jesus, whose we are for all eternity! I pray that I can always be a blessing to your family, for I will certainly keep each one in my prayers. May we all go forward with the courage and boldness that Mua exemplified, as she lived out her faith in Christ, following the Holy Spirit's every lead and living a life of prayer.
Marie Leatherby left a message on November 5, 2022:
I was so heartbroken to hear about the loss of this beautiful lady, Mua. We were once sisters-in-law and sisters in Christ, and we're very close. I met her in Samoa in 1979 and she and her children, John, Kelly Chaz, and Josh came to U.S. and lived with us for awhile. She was the strongest most faithful lady I'll ever know. She loved to laugh and it was contagious. I have such great memories of her, cooking, singing, caring for our children and having great talks. My thoughts and prayers go to her and the family.
Biggers Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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