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Tragic losses set stage for new mission in life

A former Rainbow Wahine volleyball star aims to help others avoid losing their newborn children

By Stephen Tsai

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 20, 2013

~~<p>It was a sweet dream, really, with Lily (Kahu&shy;moku) Olte&shy;anu wishing to return to what she referred to as the &quot;most beautiful place in the world.&quot;</p>
<p>&quot;I was going to come back to Hawaii to show off my sons and be a proud mama,&quot; said Olte&shy;anu, a former Rainbow Wahine volleyball star and wife of a pro volleyball player. &quot;I am a proud mama. I'm absolutely proud of my children, but not in the way I had hoped.&quot;</p>
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It was a sweet dream, really, with Lily (Kahu­moku) Olte­anu wishing to return to what she referred to as the "most beautiful place in the world."

"I was going to come back to Hawaii to show off my sons and be a proud mama," said Olte­anu, a former Rainbow Wahine volleyball star and wife of a pro volleyball player. "I am a proud mama. I'm absolutely proud of my children, but not in the way I had hoped." Login for more...



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