Ane Tupou Falefehi Lavulo Fale, age 80, passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 2, 2020, at Beehive Homes in American Fork, Utah.\n\nShe was born on February 7, 1939, in Kolofo’ou, Nukualofa, Tonga. Her father was Viliami Makahokovalu Vavae Lavulo and her mother was Taise Tai Fehoko.\n\nAne and her brother Lisiate were raised by Noble Fielakepa and Losana. She was an alumni of the Catholic Boarding High School for girls, a graduate of the 1957 class.\n\nAne married Mosese Tauhopohopo Fale of Mu’a in 1958. \n\nAne’s life was centered around her immediate and extended family. She was a fast learner and was gifted with her hands. She sewed, and she learned to mend her husband’s various fishing nets for it was part of their livelihood. \n\nAne learned from watching her beloved inlaws, how to Tui kakala hingoa (stringing traditional fragrant flowers). She mastered this art and it became her trade, her masterpieces becoming sought after by many.\n\nAne was privileged to create a new special Kakala Hingoa for Noble Tiofilusi Kanaiuvalu Fotofili, signifying his academic achievement of graduating with his Masters degree. Ane served her family, church, and country through her Tui kakala adding a festive touch and more meaning to special occasions. “Si’i pe loufatai ka ko hoto ve’eve’e meihe Paki.”\n\nAne has been preceded by 2 sisters and 3 brothers. She is survived by 4 sisters and 3 brothers, cousins, 6 children, 21 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren.