In memory of Adam Nto Moo Vue and Memorial Service Announcement

Adam Nto Moo Vue Born: 2/13/1994 - 4/24/2018

SUAB HMONG NEWS (05/03/2018) — Adam Nto Moo Vue passed away on April 24, 2018. A funeral service will be held to remember him and to celebrate his legacy from May 12th to 14th, 2018 at Good Hope Center, LLC, 7323 North 76th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53223.

Memorial Service Program:
May 12th, 2018
8:00 AM Arrival
8:30 AM Horse Carriage procession & marching
9:00 AM Opening Prayer by Pastor Chia Xa Vang
9:30 AM Honor Guard & Post Color by US National Defense Force Support Command
10:00 AM Service by Pastor Chia Xa Vang
12:00 PM Lunch serving

Afternoon-Dignitary Guest Speakers
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Dignitary guest speakers

Evening-Services & Family Program
6:00 PM Dinner Serving
7:00 PM Service by Rev. William Siong
9:00 PM Biography & Slide Show
10:00 PM – 12 Mid. Family members and remarks
12:00 AM – 8 AM Social hours

May 13th, 2018
8:00 AM Breakfast
10:00 AM Service by Rev. Nhia Bee Vang
12:00 PM Lunch Serving

Afternoon-Youth Guest Speakers
1:00 PM Slide shows by the youths
1:30 PM– 5:00 PM Deligated youth guest speakers
4:00 PM Service Rev. Nhia Bee Vang

Evening-Services & Family Speakers
6:00 PM Dinner Serving
7:00 PM Biography & Slide Show
12:00 AM Closing

May 14th, 2018
Hmong Ascension Lutheran Church
1236 S. Layton Blvd. Milwaukee, WI 53215

8:00 AM Arrival
9:00 AM Service by Rev.
Logan Tongxeng Vang
11:00 AM Procession to cremation
11:30 AM Dismiss


Adam Nto Moo Vue, Early Years

Adam Nto Moo was born on February 13th, 1994, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He had a brother—Junior, and two sisters—Nina and Wendy. When he was a child, his favorite foods were pizza, Big Mac, chicken fried, rice, and chocolate. His favorite color was‘blue’. Chuckie Cheese was his favorite place to attend. Adam enjoyed camping, playing video games, and card games with his siblings. His favorite subject in school was reading and mathematics. He wanted to become a lawyer and a judge when he grew up.

Physically, Adam was a big, tall, handsome, and strong boy. Astonishingly, he could walk at the age of eleven months old. He was a very energetic and happy boy. At the age of two, he could lift a whole box of banana at the Foot Mart “Mulan.” store; therefore, a customer’s boy witness and called him, a “Supper Boy”. When Adam was five, a member of our congregational church called him, “Captain Lee,” because he was very handsome and looked like the Chinese hero, Captain Lee in the cartoon movie called, Adam was a very bright, intelligent, passion, honest, and capable person. He had already attended a College for Kids class— Astronomy, at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee when I was a First Grader.

Adam Nto Moo Vue, Middle School Years

Adam was an exceptionally hard worker. He studied tremendously hard in school and became an outstanding student at Oak Creek Senior High School. He also joined the extracurricular activities after school programs such as the track team and National Honor Society. He graduated from high school on June 8th, 2012, with the highest academic achievement of his class.

Adam was very determined to success. He had received every award from all of his high school could be granted: (1) National Honor Society, (2) Top 10 Percent (He ranked 9 out of the 525 students in his H.S. graduated class 2012), (3) Leadership award, and (4) Service Honors. He also exceedingly graduated with a G.P.A. of 4.2.

Academically, Adam was a perfect role model student. Therefore, he had been named one of the top high school graduates of his class. Most admirably, Adam was a very inspirational role model student because he had received the most prestige scholarship awards to attend colleges and universities such as (1) $25,000/year ($75,000/3 years) to attend the Law School at Marquette University, (2) $3,000 from the Diversity Academic Achievement Scholarship at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, (3) $1,000 from the Oak Creek’s

Adam Nto Moo Vue, High School Years

Lionettes Club, and (4) $1,000 from the Milwaukee Hmong Consortium. As a result, he was named one of the top and best Hmong high school graduated achievers in 2012 in the entire Milwaukee areas. Adam graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a Bachelor’s Degree in “Philosophy and Political Science” in December 2015. In January 2016, he pursued his Master’s Degree in education, majoring in “Administrative Leadership.” Originally, he had planned to completing and receiving his Masters Degree in May 2018, then continuing to pursuing for his Doctoral Degree in the Fall of this year. He had never quite school and work until his last day, because he wanted to become a full-time Director of the Student Affairs at UW-Milwaukee in the near future.

Adam was well-known by the college students and professors at UWM because he was a Graduate Assistantship and worked Part-Time in the Division of Student Affairs. Everyday, he talked, helped, and advised the Student Associations to get their grant money. He was also involved with the Graduate Student Organization and Association for Student Affairs Professionals. Adam was also the former president of the Hmong Asian Student Association at UWM.

Adam Vue, A beloved and handsome son

In the community, Adam became a very popular young man around his peers and the community leaders, because he had served in many leadership positions with many organizations. He was the Camp Hope Director in many summers at Ascension Luther Church. He trained and supervised a dozen of high school summer school teachers. He was the Miss Hmong Wisconsin Beauty Pageant Escort team leader. Adam was a First Lieutenant officer and a Special Youth Unit group leader in the United States National Defense Force Support Command. Unfortunately, Adam had passed away and ended his life on April 24th, 2018, at the age of 24 in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. He was survived by his family members reside in Oak Creek and West Allis: Major General Dr. Douglas Vuechue Doua, Michelle Maikao, Junior, Nina Nagntshiab & Chimneng Lo, and Wendy Ciasiab & Adam Txawjntse Xiong.

“Adam was a happy, bright, and loving person. He will ALWAYS be missed forever. May his spirit rest in peace and be with God.”

Adam Nto Moo Vue, College Years