Esther Uaealesi Tufele
May 23, 1958 – March 21, 2021
Esther Uaealesi Tufele, 62, Delta Airline Employee, passed on March 21, 2021.
She was born May 23, 1958 in Utulei, American Samoa to Pulelei’ite Tufele and Fa’auisa Young-Tufele.
A Celebration of her Life will be held at a later date.
Esther was preceded in death by her parents; and brothers: Jacob Tufele and Bert Tufele.
She is survived by her son, William "Willie" (Alicia) Satele; siblings, Joseph Tufele, Punipuao Tufele, Mabel Su’a, Margaret Tufele-Griffie, Ruth Tufele, Allvi Tufele, Daniel Tufele, Noel Jones, David Tufele, Moses Tufele; special son, Fa’i (Bethellia) Satele; special grandsons, Jairus Satele and Michael Rodriguez; a whole host of precious nieces and nephews, many other relatives and friends.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Esther Uaealesi Tufele
April 9, 2021
U have always shown n given me strength in ur action and spirits...there was a lot i didn't understand growing up n had lots of questions of things I didn't know...but u gave me ur best n cant fault u for that!! I know circumstances were hard at times but u lived life the way u wanted!!! Thank you for being there with unconditional love n support...I LOVE U N WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!!! My heart is heavy!! Plz give my hellos to dad and all our family!!! Ur#1❤️
March 26, 2021
My sisi Ese is and will always be my baby sister/daughter. I was your mama throughout your life. Memories of you will remain in my heart always and forever.
You’re in a better place now and your pain and suffering will no longer torture you.
Ou te alofa tele ia te oe , my beloved sister!!!!💕💕💕
March 25, 2021
I’ll never forget when Auntie Esther first got the news that she was going to have to take treatments that would probably make her lose her hair. I was a hairdresser back then so of course she came to me and said “Missy, I want you to shave it all off!” There was no way I could do that! She had such thick beautiful hair! She told me that if I didn’t do it then she would and we literally fought for my clippers! Well, she won and I shaved her head and cried. She hugged and kissed me, told me she loved me so much. I’ll never forget her. I’ll love her forever. ❤️ Big G