March 25, 1953 - February 24, 2022
Poná Titilua Senio Dillard was born on March 25, 1953 in American Samoa to parents Lino Senio and Etevise Taliva’a Senio and passed away peacefully on February 24, 2022 in San Diego, California. She resided in both California and Utah with her children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren. A respected and loving Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Wife, daughter, sister, Aunt, and friend. She was an entrepreneur alongside her husband, in the transportation industry, specifically the Limousine services 30 Years ago. She also worked at Tafuna Correctional Facility in American Samoa. Married to the love of her life and soulmate James Daniel Dillard a US Veteran in June, of 1976, they set off together to raise a family. Poná Titilua was also honored to have been able to share her life with her Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren, Family and a host of friends. It is evident that she will forever be missed yet never forgotten. She is Survived by her eldest Son Eric Pona Dillard, Sisters Erica Ann Soto, and Lee Filomena Dillard, and her daughter in law Patricia Bojorquez Hernandez-Dillard,and son in law Amilka Soto. She is also survived by her Grandchildren, Crystal Medina Hernandez, David James Dillard, Alex jay Dillard, Jasmine Marie Dillard, Michael Lee Dillard, Erelynne Temutisa Escobar, Liliolevanu Madison Dillard, Briana Molina Dillard, and Steve Molina Dillard. She is also survived by her great grandchildren, Xavier Miguel Santiago Hernandez, the twins Antonio Miguel and Aviana Sophia Adelaida Hernandez, Julian Fetuoso Hernandez, Leo James Dillard, and Austin Jay Dillard and our Angels in Heaven Nathaniel Santiago Hernandez (Great Grandson) and Lino Senio Dillard, and Scott Franklin Escobar-Dillard (Grandsons) and her heavenly brother Falaniko Senio. She is also survived by her loving siblings, Afaese Senio, Lino Taliva’a Senio, Toluma’anave Paulo Senio, Evelyn Suiaunoa, Fualaau Senio, Vaiaga Cecilia Senio, Fa’amamata Senio, Fa’amamata Naoiailagi Senio. Iosefo Senio, Mikaele Taliva’a Senio, and Maureen Senio God has called his child back to his loving hands. Know that you will be sorely missed and we will live on in honor of your memory, and until the day we meet again mom, please visit us in our dream from time to time. I know your always around.
Poná Titilua Senio Dillard was born on March 25, 1953 in American Samoa to parents Lino Senio and Etevise Taliva’a Senio and passed away peacefully on February 24, 2022 in San Diego, California. She resided in both California and Utah... View Obituary & Service Information
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