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Wulff Funeral Home

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Eisha Gao-Hli Vang

26 août 200525 avril 2021
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Funeral service will begin at 9am followed by visitation at 10am-1:30pm at Wulff Funeral Home on Friday, April 30, 2021.

Masks and Social Distancing Guidelines are Required inside funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to the family to help support and start up a foundation in Eisha's honor.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 30 avril , 2021

  • Visitation

    vendredi, 30 avril , 2021

  • Interment

    vendredi, 30 avril , 2021

Souvenirs

Eisha Gao-Hli Vang

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Jeanne Sedgwick

30 avril , 2021

Thank you so much for sharing that beautiful video tribute. I am in Florida and was so sad that I could not make it there today but watching your video really touched my heart. She was so loved and she loved you as fully as you loved her. My heart breaks for you right now. Your grief must be enormous. I am sending you virtual hugs and lots of love. Your entire family is what love should look like.
Retired Bridgeview Licensed School Nurse, Jeanne Sedgwick

Biographie

Eisha Gao-Hli Vang, a child of Christ, was born on August 26, 2005 at Overland Park, Kansas to her parents Shoua Vang and PaNyia Vang. At the age of two her parents and her moved to Minnesota seeking better medical cares and support in hopes for an improve quality of life due to her birth defect condition, Trisomy 13, Patau Syndrome. Eisha lived a vibrant lifestyle 15 years strong in Saint Paul Minnesota with her parents, younger sister, three younger brothers, 3 furry sister doggy, and one younger brother who flew to heaven. She was the center of her family's love and daily living while attending Bridgeview School for her elementary years and transitioned to homeschooling.

Eisha Vang was the sweetest and strongest girl we knew. She would always be smiling even when times were tough on her. She had a personality and a character that will be hard to forget. She had impacted and made a difference in our lives in ways no one could have ever done. Eisha were the strongest person we knew that took everything "literally everything" on as a champion and always had a smiled on it. She was so smart and lived the most dignified life because of her parents' unconditional love. Eisha were created from Love and are Loved. Eisha was a hero! Eisha decided to give her Make A Wish funds to Bridgeview playground as she loved school so much, was the reason Hmong with Special Needs was founded, and on many platforms that advocates for special needs and disabilities. Miss Eisha is present with our Lord and now worshipping God in her transform body conformed to the body of His glory (Php.3:21)