Robert To’olefua Molio’o

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Robert To’olefua Molio’o, 40, went home to be with the Lord on September 27, 2012.Robert, better known as “To’o”, was born in, Pago Pago, American Samoa.

On March 16, 2000 To’o married Victoria Antoinette Acevedo and they began their lives together in Honolulu, Hawaii.

To’o was a man who found great fulfillment in his relationships–with Jesus Christ, with his family, and with friends and co-workers.He enjoyed nothing better than being with those he loved.

To’o had a passion for multi-media and used that gift to serve his local church.In his free time he would often be found gaming with his online global family in Modern Warfare and Call of Duty.

To’o is survived by his wife, Victoria, his two children, Antoinette Victoria Acevedo-Molio’o and Asa-HenryMalosi I Le Atua Acevedo-Molio’o, and countless family members and friends who will cherish his memory.

A Celebration of Life service for Robert “To’o” Molio’o will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at Living Word Chapel, 3941 W. Hwy 77, Oracle, AZ.Friends are welcome to join the family in honoring his life.

Words cannot express how greatly To’o was loved.He will be truly missed by all whose lives he touched.

Family assisted by Bulman-Griffith Mortuary, Kearny, AZ.Visit the online memorial at GriffithMortuary.com.

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