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Elijah Lotolahi Kioa

September 8, 2001 — August 26, 2023

Born: September 8, 2001 Elijah Lotolahi Kioa was a light that could not be dimmed. With his infectious smile and big heart all those that came into his life could not help but fall in love with those baby blue eyes. Elijah left an indescribable mark on the hearts of those who crossed paths with him. Elijah lived his life to the fullest. He believed that word was bond and his family his ultimate treasure.
Elijah’s magnetic personality was infectious. He was known for standing up for his beliefs and strong work ethic, making him a beloved friend to many. Anyone who knew Elijah knew of his love for life. His passion to bring laughter to everyone. Even if it meant a showcase of his goofy sense of humor or his horrible singing skills. Elijah enjoyed just laughing with family and his laughter could light up any room. Elijah lived life to the fullest, always living in the moment and taking things one day at a time. He also had a furry best friend named Leo, whom he adored.
He was always willing to lend a helping hand, and his strength and respectfulness were just a few qualities that made him special. Elijah was a proud member of the United States Army and an Eagle Scout. On Aug 26,2023 Elijah’s work here in this life was complete and he was called home to his Heavenly Father.
He is preceded in death by his Grandpa Siua Kioa, Uncle Sailosi Amone, Nan (Debbie Cruz), GiGi (Patricia Pixley), and Papa John Cruz, and cousins Sean Amone and Ray Anderton.
He is survived by his loving parents Siaosi and Bree Kioa,his sisters Pieper, Mela, Nevaeh, Alisi, Sanilaita, Taylia, Emerie Kioa, and his brothers Bentley Pa, Easton Vea, and Lenox Alani Kioa.
Elijah was deeply cherished by his Grandma Sanilaita Kioa, Aunt Leslie Kuma (Dave), Aunt Lini Havili (Sione), Uncle Sovea Kioa (Meiling), Uncle Joshua Kioa (Vaoahi), Aunt Jodi Kranendonk( Ron) Uncle Juan Cruz (Aubree) and many cousins. His memory will forever be treasured by those he touched, and his legacy will continue to inspire others to live with the same kindness, compassion, and authenticity he exemplified.
To say he will be missed is an understatement.
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Viewing September 11, 2023 at 9:00 AM
Cannon 2nd Ward 1250 W. 1400 S. Salt Lake City, UT





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September 11, 2023 at 10:00 AM
Cannon 2nd Ward 1250 W. 1400 S. Salt Lake City UT
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