Donations needed to send remains of Agana Heights woman home to her final resting place

Fency Haser

An employee of the Guam Visitors Bureau (Trixie Naholowaa Torres) has organized a GoFundMe drive to raise funds for a woman to be able to send the remains of her sister home to Chuuk for a proper burial.

Fency Haser of Agana Heights passed away last week. Her sister, Resel Esa, has been a selfless volunteer for many of GVB’s activities, according to Ms. Torres.

Here is the GoFundMe link, which also is searchable as “Fency Haser”: GoFundMe for Fency Haser

Ms. Torres provided the following information on the GoFundMe page:

Hafa Adai, the GVB Family is helping to raise funds for a generous lady, Resel Esa, who’s assisted us for several years and has unselfishly donated her time to assist with island native decorations.
Resel’s sister, Fency Haser of Agana Heights, had suddenly passed away on Thursday, February 22, 2024. She was also very helpful in any affairs with Guam Visitors Bureau. She had been helpful in decorating for the GovGuam Labor Day Picnics, CHamoru Month and festivals with island native decorations and other events requiring local native decor.
I would like to ask for your help in bringing Resel’s sister back to her island in Oneop, Chuuk to lay her to rest accompanied by her husband Jaynor Jain and son Jeith Jain including her parents Mertely Ilon and Soda Esa.
God bless you for your generous donation.❤️

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