Ouie Phengpha

Ouie Phengpha

1931 - 2018

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Mr. Ouie Phengpha was born on March 26, 1931 in the village of Meaungphieng County of Meaungphieng Province of Syaburi Country of Laos. His father’s name is Than and his mother’s name is Kha. Mr. Ouie Phengpha has one sibling, a younger sister whose name is Bouapha. His mother, father and younger sister are deceased. Mr. Ouie Phengpha graduated from high school in Meaungphieng. In 1950, he was drafted into the army and served his country for five years. In 1955, he was sent on duty to serve the North Province where he assisted the local village. There he met a woman name Lor, and they both fell in love and soon after got married. They both have 8 children together, in which three are deceased and the five who remain are Chan, Tai, Dee, Tiffany and Khamote.

Soon later, there was great destress that began in the country, causing Mr. Ouie and his family move to Thailand in a refugee camp called Naam Yao, Ampur Pua, Province Nan, Country of Thailand. Mr. Ouie and his family lived in refugee camp for three years. On November 22, 1980 he decided to move his family to America for a better life, which he then arrived in Wisconsin in 1980, and move to New Mexico in 1982. In 1983, he moved to California and lived in California since then. In the beginning weeks of November 2018, he became ill and soon later passed away on November 13th at the time of 4PM.

He left behind his beloved daughters, sons, grand-children, family & friends. Mr. Ouie Phengpha will be miss dearly.

Visitation will be on Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 11am-1pm, service to follow at Eggen & Lance Chapel; 1540 Mendocino Avenue in Santa Rosa. Burial at Santa Rosa Memorial Park; 1900 Franklin Avenue in Santa Rosa. 

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