Hiromi Ueha

Hiromi Ueha

August 12, 1972 - April 10, 2006

Hiromi Ueha

August 12, 1972 - April 10, 2006


Hiromi Ueha 33 she was more than a wonderful mother, beloved daughter, a loving sister and a caring friend.

Born August 12, 1972, died on Monday, April 10, 2006 in Irvine, California. She is survived by her loving son Chandler T. Smith; beloved sisters Misae Vela and Mieko Ueha; beloved brother Hideki Ueha; devoted parents Hiroshi and Georgia Ueha.

A Visitation will be held on Mondday, April 17, 2006 ~ 5:00 P.M. at O’Connor Mortuary, Laguna Hills, California.

A Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, April 18, 2006 ~ 11:00 A.M. at St John Neumann Catholic Church, Irvine, California. An Interment immediately following at Ascension Cemetery, Lake Forest, California.

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7 responses to Hiromi Ueha

  1. jeff soto says:

    Ueha family.

    Hiromi was one of my first friends. We were born 2 days apart. I attended pre-school with her and spent many years in her classes at El Camino, Venado, IHS, and saw her occasionally at UCI. I remember coming to your home for CCD carpooling.
    Hiromi was a kind and friendly person, who would always extended a hand to someone less forutnate. She was warm and compassionate, and perhaps one of the sweetest people I have ever met.
    I remember running into her five years ago at dinner. Her son towered over her. We talked for a few minutes, and I left the restaurant with a warm feeling in my heart. It’s always comforting and nice to see a friend, especially when it’s been a long time.
    I’m filled with sorrow knowing that I will never experience that joyous feeling with her again.
    I am sad I missed the news of Hiromi’s passing when it happened, for I would have loved to share a story, a hug, or a tear with you all at her service.

    Jeff Soto

  2. Hiromi,

    Thinking of your family today and how much I miss your laughter. Please continue to watch over us. Rest in peace my friend.

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