View Funeral Webcast\n Click HERE to view Graveside Services for Paul Mokofisi\r\n\r\nOn June 28, 2020. Our beloved son, brother and uncle Paul Wellington Mokofisi passed away peacefully at home in West Jordan, Utah due to complications of COVID-19.\r\n\r\nPaul was born on July 03, 1978 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Asaeli and Ilaisaane Mokofisi. He is the oldest of 6 children. As a child, Paul attended Terra Linda and Columbia Elementary School and on to Bingham Middle School where he left an impression on many people who still to this day, recall the impact he had on their lives. Paul's love for football started from little league and continued to grow throughout his school years where he played and graduated from Bingham High School C/O 1996. He then went on to play football at Snow College until he was called to serve a Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the California Ventura Mission, where he touched many lives with his infectious smile and gentle spirit. Paul committed himself in everything he did from construction to then dedicating almost 20 years of his life as a caregiver for disabled adults. Football has always been Paul's passion from being a diehard Utah Utes fan to the ultimate New Orleans Saints super fan. Both teams have represented the Mokofisi name and Paul was in full support of each of them.\r\n\r\nPaul will be missed dearly by all, especially his nieces and nephews whom he helped raise. The family is deeply saddened by this great loss but, we are comforted to know of a greater plan that will allow us to see Paul again.\r\n\r\nPaul is survived by his parents; Asaeli and Ilaisaane Mokofisi, his four sisters; Rose, Teresa (Donovan) Thompson, Lotisani, Ana (Tyreek) Bucknor and one brother; Sione (JJ). His nieces & nephews Sela, Precilla, Jamiyll, Javonte, Asaeli, Talanoa and Nafetalai. \r\n\r\nIn lieu of flowers a family friend has set up a gofundme account for the family at https://gf.me/u/yczxuf.\r\n\r\nWe would like to express our gratitude to all the essential workers who took part in caring for Paul. We cannot stress enough the importance of wearing your mask, social distancing and washing your hands to prevent the spread of COVID-19.