Apr 14, 2021


Maori News & Indigenous Views

He Aitua | Toni-Lee Hayward

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ToniLeeTena koutou e Ngati Whakaue, te hungakainga o Ohinemutu

Whanau will bring our beloved Toni-Lee Hayward to lie with her tupuna at Tunohopu on Monday, May 06.

Toni-Lee will return to our whenua from London on Sunday, May 05. She will stay the night in Papakura, Auckland and the whanau pani will travel with her the next day.

They will arrive at Ohinemutu in the early afternoon. Toni-Lee will be buried at Kauae Cemetery with her brother and sister on Wednesday, May 08. Toni-Lee is the daughter of Teddy Hayward and Liz Porter; mokopuna of Blokey (Cecil) and Pat (Pare) Hayward.

In Memory – Rest in Peace wahine ataahua…

8 thoughts on “He Aitua | Toni-Lee Hayward

  1. Rest in Peace Cuzzin Toni love u and kia kaha to all the whanau much love to u all xox

  2. Rest in Peace my Cuzzy Love u!!… Kia kaha to the whanau Much love to u all!!.. xox

  3. E te wahine ataahua Toni Lee, takoto mai ra in runga i te ringa kaha o ihoa o nga mano

    Hoki atu ki to matua tipuna

    Waihotia to pa harakeke ki muri, hei whakatinana i o moemoea, me o watawata

    takoto, takoto, takoto.

    Rest peacefully Toni Lee and may your hopes and aspirations be realised in your children and their children to come.

    You were a beautiful person in life and my heart goes out to your whanau at this time.

    Uncle Taru

  4. We are shocked and devastated at this news and our sincere condolences go to Toni-Lees whanau. She was a delightful, vibrant member of the GSE team. Rotary in Auckland will offer every support to the family on their return to New Zealand. Ron Seeto Governor Rotary District 9920

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