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Farrah B. Thepphanava
December 6, 1965 ~ June 27, 2023 (age 57) 57 Years Old
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Farrah Thepphanava, a beloved wife, mother, sister, aunt, and friend, passed away peacefully on June 27, 2023, in Manchester, CT. Born on December 6, 1965, in Laos, Farrah was a beacon of love, selflessness, and generosity that touched every life she encountered.
She was the cherished daughter of Kongkeo Vilayvong and Samay Vilayvong, and treasured sister to Tutu, Ty, and Tyno Vilayvong. Farrah was a devoted wife to Souliyet Thepphanava and a loving mother to her children, Preston and Kendra Thepphanava. Her nieces and nephews, Anthony Lo, Cassandra Lo, Keyo Vilayvong, and Savanah Adams, held a special place in her heart. Farrah's love extended beyond her family to her dogs, Mimi and Noya, who were her constant companions.
Farrah was a proud graduate of Manchester Community College, where she earned her Associate's Degree. She was a firm believer in the power of education, and her dedication to learning was a testament to her resilience and determination.
Farrah had a passion for life that was evident in everything she did. She was an avid gardener, whose love for nature was evident in her blossoming flora. Farrah was also a culinary enthusiast, known for her exceptional cooking skills. Her love for spicy food and sushi was well-known among her friends and family, and she enjoyed sharing these culinary delights with her loved ones.
She was a pillar of support for her daughter's AAU basketball endeavors, always cheering from the sidelines and offering words of encouragement. Farrah also took on the role of chauffeur for her mother, often driving her to multiple stores a day, a testament to her selfless nature.
Farrah's love for her family was unparalleled. She helped care for her niece Savanah, always ensuring that she felt loved and cherished. Her children were her pride and joy, and she devoted her life to their happiness and well-being.
Her independence was admired by many, and she led her life on her own terms. Farrah found solace in Thai soap operas and playing cards with her family, her preferred form of relaxation and entertainment. She was a woman of many interests, and her zest for life was infectious.
Farrah Thepphanava was more than just a name; she was an embodiment of love, generosity, and selflessness. Her radiant smile, kind heart, and nurturing spirit will be deeply missed, but her memory will live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved her. Her life was a beautiful journey, filled with love, laughter, and countless moments of joy. As we remember Farrah, we celebrate the life of a remarkable woman whose love, kindness, and generosity knew no bounds.