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Bouachay Lo, blacksmith, auto mechanic
Bouachay Lo, 68, Reinholds, died at home surrounded by loving family Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011.
Born in Xieng Khouang, Laos, a son of the late Xaivue Lo and Song Yang, he was the husband of May Yang Lo for 48 years. A member and elder of Hmong Alliance Church, Leola, Bouachay was a community leader, blacksmith, hunter, fisherman and loved working on cars. He worked for Clean Burn, Leola, and was a certified auto mechanic in Laos.
Surviving are his children: Boua (Shoua) Lo, Irmo, S.C.; Mai (Tsuegao) Her, Megazine, Ark.; Teng (Youa) Lo and Chue Lo, both of Reinholds; Lia (Kao) Her, Spartansburg, S.C.; and Doua (Dao) Vang, Greenfield, Wis.; 31 grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; a brother; and six sisters.
He was pre-deceased by sons: Chee and Titou Lo.
Funeral services were held at Good Funeral Home, Reamstown. Burial took place in Voganville Cemetery, Earl Township.