Enoka Ezekiel Fou, age 8 months of San Antonio, TX, gained his wings on July 3, 2023. Funeral services will be 10:00 am, Thursday, July 13, 2023, at Sneed Carnley Funeral Chapel in Copperas Cove, TX. Burial will follow at Copperas Cove City Cemetery.
Enoka was a beautiful boy who blessed his family's lives in the short time he was here on Earth. From the beginning, Enoka was such a strong baby. Even in his mummy's tummy, his kicks would awaken her in her sleep. In his first days of life, he had to stay in the hospital for a few extra days due to jaundice. Even in those trying times, he was so strong and rarely cried. Enoka brought so much joy to those around him. He loved bath time and observing people talk. He wanted to be right there in the conversation! Enoka didn't smile a lot, but he sure loved to laugh, and that laughter was infectious. He also loved being entertained by his siblings. Enoka was the youngest of three. He adored being carried and loved on, which he preferred to tummy time or being in his walker. Another one of Enoka's favorite past times was eating! Once he started solid foods, there was no stopping him! He enjoyed his baby cereal, oatmeal, fruits, and soup. He was such an easy-going baby until he got "hangry" or needed changing. You wouldn't hear his voice until then, and then he wouldn't let you ignore him until he was fed or changed! Enoka also loved listening to music, especially church music, from the moment he woke up until he went to sleep. He would sing along in his own way. He loved discovering new things and his favorite trick was taking his socks off and on and back off again! Enoka, being the youngest, meant he was so loved and protected by everyone. Although Enoka was taken from his family too soon, they are certain that he will be in Heaven waiting for all his loved ones.
Enoka is preceded in death by his Grandfather, Tavita Ulupolokasa Fou.
Enoka is survived by his parents, Robert and Fuatai; Brothers, Canton Laufou-Falelua, Tavita Fou; Sisters, Evelyn Laufou-Falelua, Puamemea Fou, Nafanua Laufou; Grandparents, Evelyn and Canton Laufou, Sina Fou; Aunties, Katherine Laufou, Netta Fou, Cecelia Fou; Uncles, Junior Fou and Ropeti Falelua Jr.; and Godmother Moana Ameperosa.