Team TeeJay arrives in territory

[photo: M. Solofa]

TeeJay Mamea and family members spotted at the Tafuna International Airport early yesterday morning, after arriving on the delayed Hawaiian Airline flight. 

This is TeeJay’s first trip to American Samoa made possible by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, with the help of Hawaii community donors like Dave & Buster’s, Hawaiian Airlines, Platinum Limousine, Tihati Productions, Hawaii Balloon Company, Augie T and IMF Visions.

TeeJay, one of Jocelyn and Tiloi Mamea’s eight children will be on island for a month or two.  He has been diagnosed with GBM, Glioblastoma Multiform, and is said to have six months to live.


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