Tony Finau Obituaries – Death And Funeral Information

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Tony Finau Obituaries – Death And Funeral Information

Ravena Finau Carson, CA: In Carson, California on July 25, 1964, Ravena Mele Mapuolesega Finau was brought into the world by her parents, Pianola and Lei’a Mapuolesega. She spent her entire life traveling the country in a Polynesian production called “The Sounds of Polynesia” that was produced by her parents. As a result, she met and affected the lives of people all over the country. After completing her high school education at Carson, Vena went on to meet the man who would become the love of her life, Kelepi Finau. The couple wed on September 13, 1985, and Vena later had her family sealed in the Los Angeles LDS Temple on October 23, 1992, along with her children. Vena is survived by her husband, Kelepi, and her children Heilala “Kinga,” Kaylene “Pudgie” (La’auli), Milton “Tony,” Pianola “Narnar,” Tevita “David,” and Kelven “KV,” all of whom she cherished and loved deeply. In addition to her father, she is survived by her mother, Pianola Fonua Mapu, as well as her three sisters, Lusiana Lara, Roseley (Toe), and Ginger (Siaosi). Her father, Lei’a, as well as her brother, Tony, passed away before she did. Her family is her greatest accomplishment, but her children and grandchildren, particularly her grandsons Taualai “Raider,” Amani, and Shana, are the lights of her life. Full Obituary

Ravena Finau Obituary: On the 18th hole, after making three consecutive birdies, Tony Finau got his first look at the leaderboard. He saw that he was in first place. When he looked up, he couldn’t believe what he saw: he was in first place in the 3M Open. Finau began the day trailing Scott Piercy by five shots, but after a run of good play and Piercy’s triple-bogey 7 on hole 14, Finau took the lead and won the tournament. When the nerves started to take over, he still had two holes left to play. He was able to get up and down for par and then kiss his ball as he got closer to the 18th green, which allowed him to move ahead by four strokes. In spite of the fact that he made a bogey on the 18th hole to win by three strokes, the par save he made on the 17th hole gave him a lot of leverage. After the incredible victory that the 32-year-old had at this year’s 3M Open, many people have been curious about the man’s mother. It is unfortunate that his mother, Ravena, is reported to have passed away a few years ago, specifically in the year 2020. Full Obituary

Ravena Finau, Elko, Nevada: There is some unfortunate news regarding golf in Utah. An accident involving a vehicle took Ravena Finau’s life earlier this week close to Elko, Nevada. She was the mother of Tony Finau and Gipper Finau, two prominent golfers from Utah. In order to show their support for their two sons’ participation in Utah golf tournaments, Ravena and her husband Kelepi were frequently spotted attending these events. Additionally, they show their love and support for all of their children and other members of their extended family. The death of Ravena is very sad news that has spread throughout Utah’s golf family because it is a family that is very close to one another.
The President of the Utah Golf Association (UGA), Judy Allem, stated that “The Finau family has been a big part of the Utah golf family for more than a dozen years.” Because it encompassed so many members beyond the traditional notion of a nuclear family, the Finau clan was sometimes referred to as a gallery. Friends were more important to them than family. Our deepest condolences go out to the family during this difficult time. Their misfortune is shared by us as well. A viewing will be held in her honor on Saturday, December 3rd at Larkin Sunset Gardens, which is located at 1950 East 10600 South in Sandy. The viewing will take place from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Additionally, there will be family services held there on Sunday evenings from 6 to 9 o’clock. Full Obituary