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Winona “Aloha” Crozier

Aloha was born in Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii on April 22, 1947 to Sarah (Rosa) and
Clarence Crozier. She is one of 10 children: 4 brothers - Christopher, Patrick, Gerald and
Franklin and 5 sisters - Charlotte, Maxine, Valerie, Aileen and Miriam (Hanai). She
attended Lahainaluna High School from 1961-1963 and then Maui High School from 1963-1965, where she graduated. Winona met a fair-skinned sailor from New York, Michael Mann, and married him in 1974. Together they raised two children and traveled the world chasing adventure, living in Hawaii, Guam, California, and New York. They finally settled down in Washington State before Michael retired from the United States Navy in 1990. Winona made a career as a civil servant to the Federal Government, retiring in 2012 from Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) to be a full time “Tutu” to the grandchildren she loved so much. Aloha is preceded in death by her parents Sarah and Clarence Crozier, as well as her beloved brother, Christopher Crozier. She leaves behind her husband of 43 years, Michael Mann, as well as her two children Thomas Mann and Elizabeth (Majed) Altamimy, plus four grandbabies: Joseph, Sammy, Lilly, and Zainab.

Aloha was surrounded by loved ones when she left us on August 15, 2017, following an extended battle with a debilitating disease. Her family is taking her back home to Maui, which she loved so much. Her memorial is scheduled on February 24, 2018 at Maria Lanakila church in Lahaina at 10am. It will be preceded by a viewing at 9am.


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