OBITUARY

Paula Rae Tokunaga

October 20, 1953February 28, 2020

Paula Rae Tokunaga, 66, of Windsor, passed away Friday, February 28, 2020 at her home. She was born October 20, 1953 in Greeley to George and Fusaye Tokunaga.

Paula began elementary school in Ault where her father farmed. She later moved to Greeley and graduated from Greeley Central High School in 1972. She then attended UNC and graduated in 1976 with a BA in education. She began working in retail sale and later was promoted to management for the Limited Corporation. In the spring of 1995 she went in to banking with Bank One (now Chase). In 2011, she moved to BBVA Compass Bank in Loveland as a business banker.

Paula enjoyed bowling with family members and traveled with her father to out of state tournaments. She was an avid supporter of her son and niece with their school and sports activities. She volunteered with school activities and before her illness, she volunteered at assisted living facilities to visit with the residents.

Paula is survived by her husband, Marvin A. Reichert of Windsor; son, Corey Tokunaga-Reichert of Lone Tree, Colorado, mother, Fusaye Tokunaga of Greeley; sister, Stephanie Tokunaga-Scanlon of Greeley; and niece, Meghan Tokunaga-Scanlon (husband, Juan Torres Villaquiran).

She was preceded in death by her father, George Tokunaga in February 2016.

A Celebration of Life will be held from 2:00-5:00 p.m. Sunday, February 28, 2021 at the American Legion, 624 Ash Street, Windsor, Colorado.

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  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, February 28, 2021

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Stephanie Tokunaga-Scanlon

March 1, 2021

Paula,
Finally able to celebrate your life . A lot of memories shared.

Watching slide show of your life brought back so many happy as well as sad moments, mainly happy ones. You had a great life and so many loving people in your life.

You will always be with us and always in our hearts. We love you and think of you every day.

Love you always, sis,
Stephanie

MARVIN REICHERT

February 8, 2021

I thought of you today, but that is nothing new.
I thought about you yesterday and days before that too.
I think of you in silence, I often speak your name.
All I have are memories and your picture in a frame.
Your memory is a keepsake from which I'll never part.
God has you in his arms, I have you in my heart.
YOUR HUSBAND
MARVIN

Clarence Jones

June 10, 2020

Togie, I just ascertained that your sister passed away and wanted to send my deepest condolences. I pray that you are doing better as each day brings you closer to some semblance of acceptance. Togie, I pray that I am not making it worse for you with this delayed response but I had to say something. I can empathize with you since I have lost several loved ones and I know the pain never goes away but each day and night gets a little bit easier to handle. She looked a lot like you. Take care and be blessed and safe.

THE ANDRES FAMILY

March 19, 2020

Sending condolences to Marvin, Cory and your family. We are so sorry to hear about Paula's passing. She was always one to smile and wave as we passed by on our (your's and our's) street. :-). A wonderful neighbor. Peace and light to you all.

Stephanie Tokunaga-Scanlon

March 11, 2020

My dear sister,
I miss you so much & you were taken from us too soon.
I miss our daily texts & sharing what our day was like. You were so strong & positive about your condition. You always put others first, even when not feeling ok.
You were a great mother, wife, daughter, & sister. You will always be with me, like Dad. I feel your presence every day & telling me it will be ok & you are in a good place. You had no regrets.
I love you so much and we’ll be together some day again, laughing, talking, & sharing memories.
Thank you for being there for me & being a big part of my life. Love you forever.

Jim, ilene, Sara Kutzle & Ron Hirao Kutzle & Hirao

March 6, 2020

Aunt Fusa ,Stephanie & Meagan, Corey & Marv u r all in our thoughts & prayers at this time, it is never easy to lose our loved one u miss them so much everyday. The pain gets easier with each new day, the best part is they r always in our hearts & we have the memories which no one can take away.There is not a day that goes by that i dont want them back in our lives but i dont want them to have to suffer & i know they r in the best place & one of these days we will be together & it will be the best time. Love your cousins Jim, Ilene & Sara Kutzle & Ron Hirao

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY