Nico Iamaleava Father And Mother
Nico Iamaleava father Nicholas Iamaleava and mother Marleinna Iamaleava are from Long Beach, California.
Marleinna is the mother of eight. In a sad turn of events, she was diagnosed with breast cancer in late 2020. Fortunately, the cancer was found before it became too late for treatment.
Marleinna was already in the third stage of breast cancer when she was diagnosed. And just in a few weeks, it progressed to stage four which had spread to her sternum.
In July 2020, Marleinna began preparing to be a surrogate for a Belgian family. And it was on her itinerary to go to the UK by December 2020 for an embryo transfer.
So, she frequently went to doctors, which she hadn't done since the birth of her last child Nori, except for her biannual pap smear test. Mrs. Iamaleava's greatest fear was being diagnosed with cervical cancer.
Her fear was wrought upon by the fact that she lost her mom to cervical cancer, and her older sister was a survivor of it.
In October 2020, it was discovered that a close friend of hers had been diagnosed with breast cancer. This news caused great sadness and concern for the friend and their family. During a subsequent visit with a doctor, she discussed the situation with their friend and requested a mammogram.
The doctor told Marleinna that she didn't need a mammogram at this time, citing that she was under 40 years of age, and told her she was being overly cautious or paranoid.
A month later, she was involved in a serious car accident. Her vehicle collided with a stopped car in the highway's fast lane, traveling at high speed. The impact resulted in severe trauma to her chest, which took weeks to heal. This delay in recovery also affected her planned surrogacy process.
She again requested a mammogram during a visit to the doctor, but the doctor instead performed a breast examination. The examination revealed an abnormal finding which prompted a further review. The individual underwent a mammogram, ultrasound, and biopsy, which ultimately led to a diagnosis.
Nicholas Sr. is an assistant coach at Warren High School. Nicholas' old man also used to be a rugby player. And as a dad and a coach, he has said he taught his kids to play with class. He also added that he leads by example and maintains his composure whether the game ends up in a draw or defeat.
Talking about the win against Rival Downing with four touchdowns, Iamaleavva Sr said they had many preparations. He is very active in the Long Beach Volleyball community and its matches.