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The Late: ARI KARIPA NGAKOPUWHAKAARI WALL Returns Home to Aotearoa.  

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mitacare OWC
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Kia Ora e te Whanau

The is to inform and confirm to the Family, Whanau and Friends of the death of the Late: Ari Karipa Ngakopuwhakaari Wall, formerly of Waitahanui, Taupo, on Tuesday 18 January 2005 at Auburn Hospital, Sydney Australia.

The Late: Ari Karipa Ngakopuwhakaari Wall lay-in-state at his home in Lidcombe, NSW, for one night to enable his Family especially his wife Audrey, the tamariki, mokopuna, friends and whanau, the opportunity to bid him farewell prior to his journey back to Aotearoa.

The Late: Ari Karipa Ngakopuwhakaari Wall is scheduled to depart Sydney at 11:30am on Friday 21 January 2005, aboard Air NZ Flight 104, with an estimated arrival into Auckland at 4:30pm (NZT). He will be accompanied by his son Albert, his daughter Juliana, and his mokopuna Sandra Leigh.

Following clearance from Auckland International Airport together with a brief stop-over at South Auckland Funeral Services, 553 Great South Road, Otahuhu, the Whanau will transfer the Late: Ari Karipa Ngakopuwhakaari Wall to Tute Mahuta Marae, Waitahanui, Taupo where he will lay-in-state for his Tangi. His final farewell will be on Sunday 23 January 2005.

On behalf of all of his mates, work associates & colleagues, friends, and whanau in Sydney, we share and extend our Aroha for you back home in Aotearoa at this sad time. Take Care of each Other & Love One Another. Kia Ora for your Friendship Bro.

On behalf of Mitacare Funeral Services and our Whanau in Sydney, we express and extend our Aroha to Ari's Family, especially Audrey, the children, Albert, Juliana, Ziena Iri, Sheena and Aaron, to all the mokopuna and extended family & whanau, including those gathering at Tute Mahuta Marae, Waitahanui.

May the Lord bless and comfort you all as you Tangi Ari Karipa Ngakopuwhakaari Wall's farewell in Waitahanui. Kia Ora.

It Has Been An Honour and Priviledge to Serve Your Whanau.

Arohanui
Ka kite ano

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Posted : 20 January, 2005 3:23 pm
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