Tafola Esekielu Togia Greenhill, was reunited with the love of his life on March 9, 2021.  He spent 38 years with his one true love Trudy E. Greenhill.  Born November 5, 1960  in Aoa, American Samoa, to the late Togia Esekielu and Talamanua Misailegalu Togia, to the late Arlen Dee and Upulasi Siao Greenhill.
Those that have went on before him; his grandparents John Greenhill and Kate Greenhill Green; his brothers, Marvin Greenhill, Faatau Togia, Samuelu Togia, Faitala Togia, , Agaao Togia, Valentia Togia, Fred Grumman. Sister Suati Motu; son-in-law Jerry Petrella; grandaughter, Kaylee Muskera.
Family remaining here to cherish his memory are his children, Rindy Petrella, Mike (Vickie)Muskera, Kimberly (Steve) Hargrave, Dorothy (Lowell) Truelock; siblings, brothers, Kenny Greenhill, Arlen (Cathy) Greenhill, Patrick (Toni) Ahching; Fuasavali Togia, Sisters, Talimalama (Jimmy) Cline, Talamanua Greenhill Capistran, Punaluu (Ene) Augafa, Faaoi Asuega, Maua Muagututia, brother-in-law:
Chuck (Ruth) Grumman, Ed (Nancy) Grumman; sister-in-laws, Jo (Grumman)Hughes; grandchildren, Jeffery M. Baughman, Charles A. Petrella, Nicole (Josh) Ryan , Robbie Olson, Samantha (Brandon Hall) Olson, Timothy Brown, Amber Brown.  Great grandchildren;  Jeffery, Jacob, Isabella, Mallory, Tony, Rylee, Jenna,Will, Connor, Emma, Ella, Kalea, Austin and his furry friend Chewy. As well as many loving nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.  
Tafola was known to some as a legend, hero, and true example of Cougar pride on his Ansbach Germany football, track and wrestling teams, as well as respected for his martial arts skills. Tafola Greenhill was a true friend. If he loved you, there was no boundaries or borders. If he enjoyed conversations with you, they never ended. He found enjoyment working on anything to do with technology. He loved his music and binge watching movies. Anything but horror movies that is. He was a member of Bethel Baptist Church in Thomson Georgia. His life devoted scripture was: “Trust in the Lord with all of your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all ways acknowledge Him and he shall make your paths straight”. Proverbs 3: 5-7
The family would like to especially thank Dorothy Brooks, Tereasa West, the staff of Fresenius Kidney Care and STAT EMS, for not just meeting his medical needs but bringing him joy and happiness during the harder days of his life. He
considered you his family.
A celebration of his life will be held at 1 pm on Saturday March 20th at the Brenton Church of God, Brenton, WV . Friends may gather with the family from 12 pm until time of service at the church.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the funeral home.
The family is being served by Stafford Family Funeral Home, Lynco, WV.