Any donations will be given to Da’s wife, Mainhia Vue.
On October 8, 2020, Da Mua passed unexpectedly at 45 years young. Da was a husband, father, son, brother, and friend to many. A hard worker man, dedicated to his family, Da is survived by his wife and seven children, five of his children still under the age of 15. His surviving spouse, as a homemaker, is now left to sort through the impacts of this tragic loss to their family. Da desired the best for his children and provided the best possible everyday. No parent ever expects to depart suddenly with so much in life left to accomplish. The family never expected this to happen. Like many of us, they remained ill prepared for an unexpected, sudden, untimely, and the unfortunate death of Da.
The emotional pain is only a part of the suffering we all experience. The long lasting effect stems from the remaining financial burdens for the family with the loss of their sole provider; especially now, a widow left to solely care for the family on her own. As a stay-at-home mother without previous work experience, this may prove to be a difficult and trying time ahead. We ask, if capable, that we join together and help the family to raise funding to assist and relieve some of this financial stress. Our hope is to offset final honor expenses for Da and to hopefully raise enough to aid the transition for the family to begin the next chapter of their life without a father, or a husband.
We realize this is alot to ask of at a time when the entire world faces unprecedented times and unemployment. 2020 continues to present struggles and challenges making life hard for many. We want to end this by saying “THANK YOU!”. The few moments you took to simply read this request on gofundme, whether you decide to contribute or not, is appreciated. We appreciate all who took the time to consider donating and especially express our sincerest gratitude to everyone willing and able to help our family. Even if you can not help financially, prayers are free, easy to share, and always have an open door to our hearts! Respectfully, The Mua Family.