Pedro SupnetCaballero, 87, of Honolulu, died Jan.
16, 1995.He was born in Narvacan,
IlocosSur, thePhilippines.Survived by wife, Encarnacion;
sons, Richard and Ferdinand; daughter, Barbara Aquino
CeledoniaCacas ofNew York; five grandchildren;
Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial Park.[Adv Jan 22,
Lebrado Stanley Cabanting Sr., 53, of Hilo, Hawaii, formerly of Hauula, Oahu
and Honokaa, Hawaii, died, Jan. 9, 1995.He was born in OokalaHawaii, and was an ambulance
driver for HonokaaHospital and a member of
Hawaiian Bowling Club.Survived by wife,
Muriel Mae KaleoCabanting;
sons, Lebrado Jr., Levy S., Kepo’o
and Zion De Guzman; daughters, Susan Yoneda of Maui, Jolanda-Mae of Honolulu, Terry Lynn Silva, Carman, and
Robin Poepoe; hanai sons
and daughters; mother Mae Kaleo of Hauula, sister,
Mae Ferrer of Hauula; 21 grandchildren. Burial: HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery, Kaneohe.[Adv Jan.
FranciscoPeraltaCabiles, 91, of Waiphau, Hawaii,
passed awayon Jan. 26, 1995 at St. Francis
Medical Center-West.He was born Jun. 12, 1903 in the Philippines and
a member of the Laborers Union. Survived by wife, Feliza;
daughter Mrs. Romeo (Heidi) Ranola; son, Jose of the Philippines;sisters, InocetaCabiles of the Philippines and
Lucia Manzano of the Philippines;
two grandchildren. Interment: Valley of the TemplesMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 2, 1995]
Clara H. Cabrinha,
82, of Kahului, died Feb. 8, 1995.She was born in Spreckelsville,
Maui. Survived by brothers,
John, Paul and Simon Ham ofHaiku;
sisters, Mrs. SuneyOw, Mrs. David(Mary) Hun of California, Salome Ambrose, DoraKim, both of Kailua, Mrs. Walter (Elizabeth)
Rosen of California.[Adv Feb. 10, 1995]
81, of Makawao, Maui,
died Feb. 19, 1995. He
was born in Ilocos Norte, the Philippines.Survived by sons, Gerald Cabunoc
, Alvin Mamaia, John Macias and Henry Cabunoc, all of Honolulu; daughters, JosieAncog of Honolulu,
Florence Suzuki of Kahului, Lenora Cabunoc of California, Mrs. Eugene (Darlene) Caballero of
Lanai, DerinaCabunoc of Makawao,JamiCabunoc, ChesaCabunoc and JacquelinCabunoc of California; 32 grandchildren; nine
great-grandchildren. Burial: MauiMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 27, 1995]
Pacifica P. Cachola,
81, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 19, 1995.She was born in Narvacan,
IlocosSur, thePhilippines.Survived by sons, Melencio,
Macario and Rodrigo, all of the Philippines;
daughters, Dolores Salva and LeticiaMenor both
of the Philippines;
brothers, Francisco and Alejandro Pagaduan; 13
grandchildren. Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 27, 1995]
LonaKalikoKapahuCadirao, 46, of Waimanalo, died, Jan.
She was born in Waimea, Kauai.Survived by husband, Stephen R.;children, Roy K., Lorna K. and Stephen Jr.;
three grandchildren; father, Albert Kapahu; brothers,
Stanley, Emanual and Bert Kapaahu.Burial: Hawaii State Veteran’s
Cemetery, Kaneohe.[Adv Jan. 20,
died Feb. 13, 1995.She was born in Vintar,
Ilocos Norte, the Philippines,
was a former employee of Hilo Coast Processing Co. and Mauna Kea Agronomics , a custodian at HiloAirport,
and member of St. Columbus Episcopal Church, Paauilo
and Resurrection Episcopal Church. Survived by husband, the Rev. Domingo Calag; sons, RicRabang and Jason Calag;
daughters, Jean Tonpalan and Rena Calag;
mother, Maria Rabang; brother, Rudy of Papeekeo; sisters, Francisca Dalere,
AnataliaDacusan and MarilynPasion of the Philippines.Burial: AieaCemetery.[Adv Feb. 16, 1995]
Anthony D. Camara,
85, of Waianae, died Feb.
10, 1995.He was born in Honolulu.
Survived by sisters,Ida Correa of CA, Angeline Randall of Texas;
and brother, Anderson
Park.[Adv Feb. 14, 1995]
76, of Maalaea, died Jan.
10, 1995.She was born in Flekkefjord, Norway.Survived by husband, Keith; daughters, Siri of Monaco and Susan McQuilkin
of Illinois; son, Robert Keith of Maalaea.[Adv Jan.
Alfonso Canape, 47, of Waimanalo, died Jan.
9, 1995.She was born in Waipahu and was a former
kitchen worker for Zippy’s.Survived by husband, Pablo P.; sons, Jeffrey
and John Canape and JohnathanCanda; mother, Elsie Pang; brothers, Peter Duenas and Herman Pang Jr.; sisters, Sarah Kuhia, Rose Pavich and Eloise
Medeiros.Burial: HawaiianMemorial Park.[Adv Jan. 13,
Isabel “Aunty Bella” LeinaniKelipioCann, 84,
of Hilo, died
Feb. 24, 1995.She was born in Hilo,
was a retired HawaiiCounty
swimming instructor and member of HailiChurch, Kamehameha Canoe Club and Waiakea
Settlement U.E. Club. Survived by sons, Ernest and Richard; brother, Paul Keliipio; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
Park.[Adv Feb. 28, 1995]
PasenciaRelacionCarias, 73, of Honolulu,
died Jan. 25, 1995.She was born on Kauai.Survived by husband, Vincente;
sons, Dwight and Vincente Jr.; daughters, Coleen of New Mexicoand Elaine V. Reyes; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren;
sisters, Flora Tagaro of Seattle and Betty Mindoro of Kauai; brothers, Robert, John and Crispin Relacion, all of Kauai. Burial: HawaiianMemorial
Park.[Adv Jan. 28, 1995]
62, of Honolulu Hale, died Jan. 20, 1995 at his residence.He was born Oct
in Waipahu.Survived by wife, Barbard J.; sons, James Jr. and Alan; daughers,
Mrs. Butchie (Diane) Generalao,
Mrs. Sonny (Linda) Jacintho, Mrs. Bert (Belinda) Cordeiro of Nevada; brothers, Gilbert and George; sisters,
Mrs. Hilda Venenciano, Mrs. Raymond (Barbara) Yin;
nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.Burial: HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery.[Adv Jan. 26,
Carlos, 70, of Waianae, died Jan.
at his residence.He was born Sep.
in Honolulu and was a retired first
at Hawaiian Electric with over 40 years of service.Survived by wife, Virginia
M.; sons, Peter K. and Wendall L.; daughters, Carol
J. Himalaya, Kathy M.C. Eitagonde, Wyona West; sisters, Flora Bodine,
Mercedes Rabey; 16 grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.Burial: Diamond HeadMemorial Park.[Adv Jan. 19,
Aleta E. Carmer, 97, a part-time Honolulu
resident, died Jan.
24, 1995. Survived by son Capt. (retired) E.A. Carmer of California; daughter Claire C. Wright of Honolulu; and four grandchildren, including local attorney James
H. Wright; and five great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 1, 1995]
Mary Lou Johnston Carter
, widely known as a
lightingdesigner, sportswoman and
philanthropist.Carter, 56, who dividedher time
between homes in Honolulu, Maui and
died at her San Francisco
home, Feb. 6, 1995.Her Diamond Head
home was frequently the site of fund-raising dinners and galas for local
causes, as well as for private entertainment of family and friends.The widow of George R. Carter III, Carter was
a native of Californiaand a
graduate of PunahouSchool and
BriarcliffCollege.An award winning developer of lighting design
for public, commercial,and private buildings, Carter was well knownin architecture andinterior design circles.Her early career as a cartographer, included
road mappinginCalifornai and classifiedwork for the military in Honolulu.A champion swimmer, Carter represented the United
Pan American Games in Brazil in
synchronizedswimming.She was a paddler
for the Lahainaand Outriggercanoe clubs.As a member of the board of governors ofSeabury
Hall, Maui, she was instrumental in
raising fundsfor campus expansion,
including he Middle School building dedicated to her late husband and his
parents, George R. Carter II and Caroline BaldingCarter.Carter also served as a directorof the Strong Carter Foundation,
supporters of the Strong-Carter DentalClinic at KalihiPalamaImmigrantServiceCenter.She was also active in many localorganizations
devoted to education, historic preservation and the arts.Carter is survived by sons, Donald R., James
S. and J. Douglas Beaton; her mother, Cecily
Johnston; brothers, Stanton H., Donald L., David H. and Stephen S. Johnston;
sister, Diane Johnston Paton; and three
grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 12, 1995]
Perry Carvalho Jr., 54, of Honolulu, died Jan.
at Queen’s MedicalCenter. He was born July
15, 1940inKamuela, Hawaii.Survived by father, Daniel (Eleanore) Sr. of Kauai; mother, AminiaSantiago; fiancé, Monica Young;sons, James (Melissa), Sean and Franklin
Roland of Kauai; daughter, Ixchel;brothers, EddieOberro, Sandy Oberro; sister, Mrs. Ronald (Evelyn) Mahelona
ofKauai, Lori Borrero
and Mildred Kealoha; three grandchildren.Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial Park.[Adv Jan
Marianne Carvalhoof Honolulu died last Wednesday, Dec
in St. Francis Hospice. Carvalho, 89, was born in Kaluanui, Maui. She was a sister of the Third
Franciscan Order of Syracuse, N.Y., and worked in Wailuku, Honolulu and Kalaupapa,
Molokai. She is survived by sisters Rose C. and Lucy C. Calistro;
and brothers Alfred S. -and David S. Service: , p.m. Friday at S
Francis Convent. Call after Friday and from to
Saturday at the convent. Burial: , HawaiianMemorial Park. No flowers. Donations
may be made to St, Francis Convent.[SB
Naomi A.M. Caseres
Wailuku head shift supervisor for Dairy Queen Restaurant, died Dec. 24, 1995 in MauiMemorialHospital.Caseres, 54, was
born in Wailuku.She is survived by
husband Glen; sons Glen, Sherman, Derek and Michael; daughters EvieCasseres and Alohilani Williams; brother Danile
P. Moikeha Jr.; sisters
Gladys Montgomery and Dannette K. Kepo’o;
mother Evelyn K. Moikeha; and 10 grandchildren. lService: Monday at the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Burial: Maui
Memorial Cemetary. [SB 06/01/1996]
J. Quinn Casey,79, of
died Feb. 15, 1995. He
was born in Lynchburg, VA,
and was a chief of communications for the federal government.Survived by daughters, Tonnie L.C., Casey and Erin E.C. Neizmen;
sister, Elsie High of VA; a grandson and a granddaughter. Inurnment: HomelaniMemorial
Park.[AdvFeb. 19, 1995]
Anastacio“Alika”A. Casil, 55, of Wailuku, died Jan. 8,
1995.He was born in Puunene
and was a longshoreman clerk.Survived
by wife, Geraldine K.; sons, Aaron of Pukulani, Peter
of California and Shayne; daughters, Darnell, Lynette of Pukulani;brother, Vernabino
of Oahu; sisters,Mrs. Maile Domingo and Mrs. LeilaniAgao, both of Oahu,
Mrs.Lorraine (Eugene) Baisa
of Kahului and Filomena
“Inez” Sitarik of Oahu; six grandchildren.Burial: Veteran’s Cemetery.[Adv Jan.
62, of Honolulu, died Jan.
at KaiserFoundationHospital.He was born Mar.
in Narvacan, IlocosSur, thePhilippines.He is survived by sons,Pedro (Purita) and
Allan; daughter,Benito Santos, Edith (Valeriano) Doctolero; 15 grandchlildren; 2 great-grandchildren; brothers,Ricarte and Teofilo; sisters, Rosalina, Delfina,
Barbara (Victorio) Ternura
of San Jose, Ca and Natividad; nieces and nephews;
sister-in-law, Rhoda (Andres) Diga.[Adv Jan. 25,
Alfred “Speedy”Castillo, 68, of Kailua-Kona,
died Jan. 27, 1995.He was born in Hookaa,
and was a retired Hawaii Protective Association security
guard, having worked at King Kamehameha Hotel Kona, KonaHukilau
Hotel and Kona Surf Resort.Survived by wife, Abigail Mokuohai
Castillo; sons, Myles E. of North Carolina, JonathanN. and Alfred M.; stepsons, Benedict,
Richard and Francis Mokuohai of Honaunau; stepdaughters,
Abigail Kelepolo, and Annette Smith; brothers William
of Hilo, John of Washington state, Edward of Honolulu, Robert Fernandez of Paauilo, AlfredRabara Sr. of Hilo; sisters, Mary Ann Walker and Mildred Etrata, both of Waimea; one
granddaughter.[Adv Feb. 3, 1995]
of EwaBeach died Dec
in KapiolaniHospital at PaliMomi.Castillo, 73, was born in LapogIlocosSur, the Philippines.She is survived by husband Macario; children Julita “Jaye” Llusula, Anita Allado and Tony Castillo; 11 grandchildren and 17
Christina G. Castro, 72, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 24, 1995.She was born in Ilocos
Norte, the Philippines.
Survived by sons, Salustiano, Clairmont
and Ferdinand; daughters, Judy Ong, NoemiBolosan, Nancy Ferani, Susan Pinzon, Miriam
Campos and GinaBolosan;16 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren;
brother, FlorGavine;sister, CaridadCenteno. Burial: California.[Adv Feb. 28, 1995]
John H. Ceno of Aiea,a former
U.S. Postal Service employee, died Dec.
in AlohaHealthCenter. Ceno,
62; was born in Wahiawa.He is survived by wife
Margaret R. "Meg"; sons Lowell R. Ceno and
Lance C. Mizumoto; daughters Debbie L. Pinkham and Yvette L. Biecker;
brothers Anthony and Charles; sisters Juliana Orbina,
Beatrice Singson, Gloria Sabando
and Diane Tejada; and five grandchildren.[SB 12/01/1996]
Linda Chan, 69, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 19, 1995.
She was born in China.Survived by son, Sam Yu; daughter, GraceChan; brother,
Tran De of California. Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 24, 1995]
Chan, 35, of Honolulu, diedFeb.
11, 1995 at home.He was
born Mar. 3, 1959 in Honolulu and
was a visual artist.Survived by
parents, Ernest and Nani Chan; brother,Guy of WA; sister,
Julie Nurre; paternal grandfather, Ernest A.T.;
maternal grandmother, Juanita Guerrero Kapu; aunts
and uncles. He was a member of the Honolulu Academy of Arts and the Honolulu
Club. He was a talented visual artist who loved life and lived it to the
fullest.[Adv Feb. 16, 1995]
Margaret W. Chandler, 85, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 20, 1995.
She was born in Michigan and
was a member of the CentralUnitedChurch.Survived by daughters, Mrs. James W. (Derua “Dee” G/) Lawrence and Dana C. Chandler;son, Bryant W.;
four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb.
David WahOn Chang, 72, of Honolulu, died Jan.
8, 1995.He was born in Kapaa,
Kauai, and was a self
employed general contractor.Survived by
wife, IreneH.;sons, Daniel K.N. of Washington, D.C.,
Stephen K.L.; daughter, Mrs. Robin (Valerie)Campaniano; three grandchildren; mother, Annie
K. Chang; brother, Walter; sister, Mrs. Francis (Mary Jane)Ferriera.Burial: Valley of the Temples.[Adv Jan.
Ying Chang Sr.,
89, Kahakuloa, Maui, died Jan.
He was born in Makena, Maui.Survived by wife, Harriett Kulamanu; sons, Edward Jr. of Makena
and Lawrence of Aiea; daughters, Helaine Chock of Califonia, Normalei Nolan of
Kentucky and Luella Crutcher of California; brothers,
Sam and Ernest, both of Oahu, David and Frank of Oahu; sister, Ann Wilmington
ofWailuku; 18 grandchildren; nine
great-grandchildren[Adv Jan. 13, 1995]
Frank Chen-Yu Chang, 80, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 2, 1995.He was born in Beijing, China,
and was a founding member of the Taiwan Author andArtist Association, a professor of
English and Chinese Literature at TaiwanUniversity and
was the author of“The Art of
Translation.” Survived by wife, Dorothy; sons, Delon
Y.T. and Marvin Y.S.; daughter, Karen W.C.Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 6, 1995]
92, of Honolulu, diedJan. 13, 1995.He was born in Hawaii.Survived by sons, Dr. Lenning
W. and Dr. Hollis H.; daughters, Mrs. William H. (Rowena) Shriber
and Mrs. Garrett (SherlynS.F.) Goo; sister,
Alice Kamaka; 12 grandchildren; and three
died Feb. 10, 1995.He was born in Korea and
was a retired taxi driver. Survived by wife, Anna; daughters, Tracy Ng, Stacey
Kim and Rose and Susan Chang;and two grandchildren. Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 13, 1995]
Ngit Sung Chang, 84, of Hilo, died Jan.
He was born in Hilo and was a poi
manufacture.Survived by brothers,Yet Sung, Kwai Sung of Honolulu; sisters, Lily Wong Wai of Honolulu and Daisy Samson.
Burial: HomelaniMemorialPark.[Adv Jan. 24,
Paul Fong Akana Chang,
86, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 23, 1995.He was born in Hanapepe, Kauai and
was a retired, longtime Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyardmachinist. Survived by son,Steven; daughter,
Cynthia Chun; brothers, Fred and Frank Akana. Burial:
Park.[Adv Feb. 28, 1995]
76, of Honolulu died Jan.
2, 1995.She was born in Honolulu and was a memberofKawananakoa Buddhist Association. She is survived by
Sam “Lawrence”; sons, Andrew Y.F. and Harris K.S.; daughter, Myra H.K.;
grandchildren,Kristin and Keili; sisters, Esther Choy of Main and Claudia Young.[Adv Jan.
LamdouangChanthasouvanh, 41,ofEwa, died
Jan. 1, 1995.He was born in Laos.Survived by wife, SamsoneKambayChanthasouvanh; son,
Sutham; daughters, Choy, Vilayphone
and Susan.[Adv Jan.
Kenneth P. Chapson of
co-founder of Chapson Brothers, died last night Dec. 31, 1995inPohiNaniCareCenter. Chapson, 87, was born in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.He is survived by wife Lillian; daughter
Virginia and son Jim.Services are
“Daisy” Chanthasouvanh of Waianae died Dec
17, was born in Thailand.She is survived by mother Samone
K.; brother Sutham, and sisters Vilayphone
and Susan.[SB 08/01/1996]
46, of Aiea, died Jan.
16, 1995.He was born in Hawaii and was pastor for 14
years at Faith in Jesus Church.Survived
by father, BenjaminChaves; mother, Helen Chaves;
brother, Richard Torres; friend, Margaret.Burial:HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery.[Adv Jan. 23,
Jokichi “Joe” “Chicken” Chinen,
71, of Kualapuu, Molokai,
died Feb. 6, 1995.He was born in Wailuku, was a retired tractor
mechanic for Del Monte Co. plantation on Molokai,
and member of Maunaloa and Ironwood golf clubs.Survived by wife,Norma M.; son, Terry K. of Pukulani, Maui;
daughters, Mrs. Marsha S. Niimi and Mrs. HenryT. (Wendy M.) Shinagawa of Kaneohe; brothers,
Shigeo Jr., Yoshio of California and Thomas N.; sister, Mrs. Koji (Sakaye) Nomura; six grandchildren; and sister-in-law, Mrs.
Ethel T. Chinen[Adv Feb. 9 19950
Jennie LooChing, 75, of Honolulu, died Jan.
10, 1995.She was born in Honolulu.Survived by husband, Kenneth K.Y.; daughter
April L; son, Harvey K. of California; brothers, Wallace, Henry
and James Loo, all of California; sisters, Lena Ing and Dorothy Ho.Burial: HawaiianMemorialParkCemetery.[Adv Jan.
Daisy L. Ching-Yamanaka of Kohala, Hawaii, died
Dec24, 1995.Ching-Yamanaka, 73, was born in Kamuela, Hawaii. She is survived by
sons Irvin, Palmer, Lindsey and
Mervin Ching; daughter Warnette Kondo; brothers Miller and Allen Lindsey; sisterAngelineSakuma; 15
grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Burial: Tong Wo Cemetery.[SB 03/01/1996]
Yutaka Chiogioji. 83,
died Jan. 31, 1995. He
was born in Honokaa, Hawaii and
was a delivery person retired from Modern MacaroniLtd.,and member of Soto Mission Kyodan.Survived by wife, Harumi; sons, Melvin H. of
Maryland and Richard M.; daughters, Lorraine Y. Okumura, Mrs. Carl (Jean Keiko)
Tanaka, Mrs. Benjamin (Gail Takako) Tulchin; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren;
brother, Masaru of Japan; sister, Misao of
Japan.[Adv Feb. 3, 1995]
Stephen Chitwood Jr., 65, of Hana, Maui, died Jan. 7,
1995.He was born in Carmel, CA.[Adv Jan.
NIKI, CHIZUKO aka JO-ANN CHIZUKO NIKI age 73, of Honolulu; passed away December
at the CastleMedicalCenter. She was born in Waialua, Oahu. She is survived by 1 daughter Linda Atsuko Niki; .2
sister-inlaws., Janet. ,Warashina, Pansy Warashina; nieces & nephews.[SB 12/01/1996]
Chung Wah Chock, 52, of Honolulu, died Jan.
7, 1995.He was born in Honolulu, was a former employee
of Sherwin-Williams Co. and more recently, Al Phillips the Cleaner.Survived by brother, Wilfred C.Y.; sister,
Mrs. Fortunato (Norma) Teho;
and nephews Matthew and Jeffrey Teha.Burial:Diamond HeadMemorial Park.[Adv Jan.
Doris A. Chock of Eva Beach died Thursday,
Dec 28, 1995in KaiserFoundationHospital. Chock, 91, was
born in Hanalie, Kauai. . She is survived bysons
Raymond Y.H.,EugeneY.F., Clifford Y.O. and Gary Y,C.; daughter Janice K.S. Kono; brother Roland Au; sisters.Eleanor E. Chock and Grace Bow; 11 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Burial: MililaniMemorial Park.[SB 03/01/1996]
35, of Honolulu, died Jan.
3, 1995.He was born in Honolulu.Survived by mother, Mildred Chock of Maui;
daughter Christine;sisters, Annette
Segundo, Wanda of Maui; brothers, Albert of Maui and Clinton;former wife, Cindy Chock.Inurnment on Maui.[Adv Jan. 7,
of Kula, Maui, diedFeb.
3, 1995.She was born in Paauilo, Hawaii.Survived by husband,Norman S.; son, Warren;daughter, Carol of Pukulani,
Sharon Simmons of Haiku, andArlene Detillion of Oahu;
brothers, Haruyuki Suzuki of Hilo,
and Murao Suzuki ofPaauilo; eight grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 7, 1995]
82, of Honolulu
died Jan. 28, 1995.
She was born in Chung Shon, China. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Morley (Caroline) Lee. Mrs.
Reginald (Marjorie) Ho, Mrs. Alfred (Annie) Chun; son, Conroy;sisters and brothers; 11
grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb.
88, of Honolulu, died Jan.
5, 1995.She was born in Honolulu.Survived by husband, Arnold H.; daughters,
Mrs. WilliamJ. (Anita) Terry of Utah
and Mrs. Walen (Audrey) Lum;
four grandchildren; brothers,Lang S.,
Robert F. and John Chew; and sisters, Mrs. Baros
(Rose) Fidel and Mrs. Jack(Violet)
Lowe. Burial:Valley of the Temples.[Adv Jan.
57, of Wahiawa, died Jan.
1, 1995.She was born in Kahuku.Survived by husband,Yat Kin Chow; sons,
Derek and Kevin; daughter Alison;mother, Mrs. Neyo Suzuki; brothers, Keiichiro
Suzuki, Tad Suzuki of California and Charles Suzuki; sisters, Mrs. Fidel (Rose)
Baros, Mrs. Francis (Carol) Ching,
Mrs. Ronald (Joanne) Chung and Mrs. Harold (Jean) Kanja;four grandchildren. [Adv Jan. 5,
Ying Shan Chu, 87, of Mountain
died Feb. 2, 1995.He was born in China. He
was a retired rice farmer. Survived by wife, SySyChu;son, PauCun Chi;daughters, Kinh NgoLee
andPhongMy Tran of California; brothers, King Shan of
China, Pui Shan ofAustralia and Lin Chan of California; sisters, Thai Cu Vong and Man Cu Vong, both of
China; four grandchildren. Burial: AieaCemetery.[Adv Feb. 26, 1995]
40, of Honolulu, died Jan.
at Queen’s MedicalCenter.He was bornDec. 1, 1954in Honolulu, and was an accountant
with K.J. Luke, Inc., and instructor and past president of Kuo
Min Tang Physical Culture Association, Treasurer of Kuo
Min Tang Society and a member of LeongDoo Society.Survived
by wife, Arline Young Chun;mother, Alice Lee Chun;brother, Edric
D.K.; sister, Alice Y.N. Lau.Burial: HawaiianMemorial Park.[Adv Jan.
88, of Honolulu, died Jan.
1, 1995.She was born in Honolulu.Survived by son, Gilbert; daughter Marjorie
Y.H. Hiura; six grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren[Adv Jan.
Richard S.Y. Chun, 70, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 7, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and
was a retired State of Hawaii
of Transportation, Highways Division.He
was a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.Survived by wife, Miriam W.; sons, Gordon
C.F., Garret C.H. ofArizona; daughters,
Mrs. Paul (Geraldyne) Kadotani,
Mrs. Keith (Gannette)Copeland; nine grandchildren; brother, Edward S.K.; sisters, Mrs. M.C.
(Thelma) Choy, Mrs. Soloman (Betty) Kapela of Hilo and Mrs. Joseph (Gladys)Hightower of California.[Adv Feb. 10, 1995]
Wallace Y.K. Chun, 71, of Bellevue, WA,
formerly of Honolulu,
died Jan. 18, 1995.He retired from UnitedAirlines. Survived by wife,Cecilia;parents,Mr. and Mrs. JosephK.Y. Chun;
brother,Clifford; sister, JaniceWong; three grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 7, 1995]
David Dai Bok Chung, 78,
died Feb. 23, 1995.He was born in Waialua.Survived by wife, Mildred;brother, Donald Y.B.; and sisters,
Mrs. John (Hope S.B.) Lee and Alma Mae Ho. Burial: NationalMemorialCemetery of
the Pacific, Punchbowl.[Adv Feb. 27, 1995]
James Kim Kui Chung, 91, of Ewa,
died Jan. 7, 1995.He was born June
in Kula, Maui and was a retired
warehouse supervisor from Ewa Plantation. Survived by
son, Francis (Bernice) ; daughters, Mrs. Charles
(Betty) Ross of New York, Mrs. Tom (Harriet J.) Sueda and Mrs. Ronald (Kati) Saito; brother, William (Elsie) ; sisters, Fannie Aihara, Ellen Portuguez, Daisy Bajadali, and
Mrs.Larry (Lillian) Sambrano and Irene Ching, both of
grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.Burial: MililaniMemorial Park.[Adv Jan. 10,
Lillian Yen Tai Lee Chung, 89, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 4, 1995.She was born in Hawaii and
was a StateofHawaii
Dept. of Education teacher. Survived by sons,
Barry, George of Oregon and Richard; daughter, Lillian Woo of North Carolina;
brothers, Munny Lee, Akau
Lee of California, Yankee Lee; sister, Amoi Chock; 13
grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb.
of Kailua died Sunday
Dec 31, 1995KaiserHospital.
Chung, 69, was born in Honnolulu.She is survived
by husbandSolomon, P.Q.; daughters Pamela L.Y. Nagata,and Cathy L.M. and Lorrie L.K. Chung; sisters
Thelma Catala, and
Nancy Siu; brothers Albert and Kenneth Luke; And
four grandchildren.[SB 05/01/1996]
54, of Honolulu, died Jan.
She was born in Tacoma Park, MD. Survived by husband,
John F. Dumont; son, Robert B. Straton; daughter, Kathlyn A. Straton;a grandson; mother, Lois Clayton of Maine;
sister, Persis Weirs and Sally Rawcliffe,
both of Maine.[Adv Jan
Eddie Mae CliffordofCalifornia, formerly of Honolulu, a retired teacher,
died Dec. 25, 1995 in Texas.Born in MountPleasant, Texas, she is survived by
cousin Hope Hayward and other cousins and several nieces and nephews.[SB 09/01/1996]
RalphValentineCockett, 87, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 20, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and
was a retired employee of the First Circuit Court.Survived by wife, Ynez
Dickson Cockett; son, Clay; daughter, Susan; five
grandchildren; two great-granddaughters; sister, Susan Simpson; brothers, Happy
Cockett and Henry Knell. Burial: OahuCemetery.[Adv Feb. 23, 1995]
Chester Colis, 86, of Honolulu, died Jan.
2, 1995.He was born March
in Narvacan, IlocosSur, thePhilippines. Survived by wife,
Catalina Colis; sister, Luz Patiten
of the Philippines.Burial: Valley of the Temples.[Adv Jan. 10,
Edward Jan Collins, 72, of Honolulu, diedFeb.
15, 1995.He was born in Poland and
was a member of the Rotary Club, SME Sales Marketing Executives, and the
Mercury Club.Survived by wife, Jael; daughters, Vicki C. Ewait
of St. Louis, Laura of CA and Gabrielle of Honolulu; sister, Maria Uhrova of Czechoslovakia; a grandchild.[Adv Feb. 18, 1995]
diedFeb. 17, 1995.He was born in Narvacan,
IlocosSur, the Philippines,
and was a member of theMason’s Union Local 830. Survived by wife, Filomena
J.; daughters, Mrs. Nestor Luna Sr. of California, Mrs. Bradley (Priscilla)
Valdez of Arizona; brother, Alfredo of the Philippines, sister, Leonora Ancheta of the Philippines; five grandchildren; and a
great-grandchild. Burial: MililaniMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 25, 1995]
HermosaJoseColoma, 66, of Honolulu,
diedFeb. 2, 1995. She was born in San
Nicolas, Ilocos Norte,thePhilippines.Survived by sons, Julius of Missouri, Edward
and Danilo of California; daughters , Trinidad Baguio and Gilda Coloma; sisters,Estefania Coloma, GerardaCabuga of Illinois and MelchoraLagundino of the
Philippines; six grandchildren. Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 7, 1995]
Margaret LurindesConol, 79, of Mountain View, died Jan.
29, 1995.She was born inWaipunalei, Hawaii , and was a
homemaker.Survived by daughters, Carol Cardines, Patricia Yung of Hilo and Felicia Conol-Waters of California; sons, Pedro of Hilo,Paul, Douglas,Carl andRoy of Hilo,Jacinto Jr.,Jeffrey andRonnie;brothers, Mariano Lurindes ofMaui and
BenjaminHimalaya of Hilo;
sisters-in-law, Katherine Himalaya of Hilo andPacitaAmalato of Kau; brother-in-law, Alejandro Mamhot
Sr.ofHilo; 40 grandchildren; 44
great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren.Burial: AiaeCemetery.[Adv Jan.
Robert Clark Cooke, 88, of Honolulu,
died Jan. 24, 1995. He
was born in New York City and
was retired from Pan American Airlways. He was with
the U.S. Army Signal Intelligence during World War II. Survived by son, Robet F.;a grandson.Burial: In Connecticut.[Adv Jan. 29, 1995]
Mateo A. Cordero Sr., 84, of Kaneohe,
died, Feb. 11, 1995.He was born in the Philippines,
and was a veteran of World War II and participated in the liberation of the Philippines
under the command of Gen. Douglas MacArhur. He was
also a barber and operated the Faytone Barber Shop in
40 years, until his retirement. Survived by son Mateo A. Jr.; daughters, Mrs.
James (Mary “Penny”) Dacosin, Gloria Borja of Guam,
Mrs. Louis (Carol) Torree, Mrs. David (Eleanor) Pangelinan, Mrs. Edward (Shirley) Chargualaf
of Guam; 29 grandchildren;and 13 great-grandchildren. Buril: Valley
of the TemplesMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 15, 1995]
Charlene K. Corke, 56,
died Jan. 24, 1995.She was born in Hawaii.Survived by husband, John; sons, Derrick
O’Sullivan of California and FiamaluLe’oso of Honolulu; daughters, Girty
Bennett of Wahiawa, Rosemary Hendricks of Kentucky, Elizabeth Leo’oso of Pearl City and Malama
Mililani; sisters, Lynette Char, Francine Landeza of
California,PamelitaChing of Kaneohe and Yolanda Boyce of Hilo; 10
grandchildren.Burial: HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery, Kaneohe.[Adv Jan. 30,1 995]
Bonnie FamaCorpuz Sr., 64, of Keeau, Hawaii, died Jan.
3, 1995.He was born in Narvacan,
IlocosSur, the Philippines, had been a dentist in
the Philippines, and more recently
retired asaKa’u Agribusiness tractor operator.He was named Philippines Father of the Year
(1977-78), was a local ILWU local chairman and volunteer with Keeau Senior Citizens Club.Survived by wife, Luz; daughters, Maria Nagai of Hilo, MarilouAkamine of Pahoa and MaribonCorpuz of Hilo; sons,
Reynaldo of Mountain View and Bonifacio Jr. of Hilo;
of the Philippines; eight grandchildren. Burial: AlaeCemetery.[Adv Jan.
Pablo Corpuz of Kapaa, Kauai, A Lihue Plantation boiler,operator, died Dec.
in MahelonaHospital.Corpuz, 82, was born in thePhilippines. He is survived bysister Elena Tana; and
a brother.Burial: KoloaPublicCemetery.[SB 13//01/1996]
Santiago CacholaCorpuz, 82, of Honolulu, died Jan.
at KuakiniMedicalCenter,He was born Dec.
in Narvacan, IlocosSur, the Philippines, and retired from
Hakuyosha Dry Clearners.Survived by wife Helen Y. Corpuz;
daughters, Mrs. Gordon (June A.) Tsukamoto and Leatrice R. Oshiro; four
grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.Burial: Diamond Head Memorial Park.[Adv Jan. 19, 1995]
66, of Hawaii,
died Feb. 13, 1995 in Honolulu.She was born April 5, 1928 in Lawai, Kauai and
was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survived by
husband, Frank N. Jr.; son, Frank N.K.; daughters, Celeste L. Nakasone, Francene M. Malloe and Nadine A.
Frost; brother, Allan Palama; sisters, Ethel P.
Buchanan, Annamay Swain; 10 grandchildren. Burial: HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery.[Adv Feb. 18, 1995]
Toni Kanani Costa, 13, of Ewa Beach,
died Jan. 30, 1995 in Ewa Beach.She was born Oct 2, 1981 in Honolulu and was
a student at Ilima Intermediate School.Survived by parents, Kevin and Cindy Costa;
brothers, WilliamK. “Billy” and John
J.; grandparents, Herman Cody, Jeannette “Bruce” Angar-Shimabukuro,
Jane Walters, Mariene Costa; great-grandparents,
Albert and Sally Angar.Inurnment: Mililani Memorial Park.[Adv Jan. 26, 1995]
Daniel R. Cotterof Kaneohedied Thursday Dec 28, 1995 at home.Cotter, 76, was born in Montana.
He is survivedby wife ThelmaUlsh-Cotter;
son Jerry -Carroll; sisters Margaret DiBlasio and Agnes MBurros; brother , James
F.; and five grandchildren. Service: 10:30 a.rn. Friday Borthwick Mortuary. Call
after a.m. Burial: Hawaii Stage Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe.[SB 03/01/1996]
Roselinda“Linda” KapurasCremer, 62,
died Feb. 6, 1995.She was born in Olaa, Hawaii and
was a sales counselor and a member of the Big Island Center ofIndependent Living and the Iwalani St. Kumiai. Survived by son, Arthur Jr. ofYokota Air Base, Japan; daughter, Camille;
mother, Leoncia“Helen”Kapuras;brothers, Robert and George Kapuras; sisters Helen K Hu, Jean
K. Domingo, both of Oahu, Priscilla Robia, Caroline
K. Kuilipule, June K. Barr of Arizona; two
grandchildren. Burial: HawaiiVeteransCemetery
#2.[Adv Feb. 10, 1995]
27, of Captain Cook, Kona, Hawaii,
died Feb. 2, 1995. He
was born in Kealakekua Kona, Hawaii and
was a 1986 graduate of KonawaenaHigh
School and a veteranof the U.S. Army RangerBattalion.Survived by wife,Jeannine K.P. Crisafi; daughter, Taylor Couffman
of New Mexico;stepsons, Ivan Basque and
Joshua Basque; parents,Roland Sr.
Van Wyngarden; hanai
father, Raymond Kerr of New York;brothers, Michael, Roland of Oregon, Roger of Oregon, Gregory of Kailua-Kona, step-brother , Scott Van Wyngarden
of West Virginia; sisters, Joyce, Judy Stewart , Rosie Miller of WI, CrisannWatai and Kapani, both of Holuaaloa, Kona, and Gabrielle Hatland of
Iowa, Nicole Kerr of New York; step-sister Kim Sedlock
of Iowa. Burial: St. Benedict’s Catholic Church Cemetery, Kona.[Adv Feb. 5, 1995]
Col Floyd WhitneyCrouch Jr. (U.S. Army Retired),
74, of Mililani, Oahu, died Jan. 24,
1995.Born in Kansas, he was community repations specialist at Wahiawa Satellite Hall, supervised
the first Mobile City Hall and managed Ewa Beach
Satellite City Hall.Survived by wife, Alida;sons, Tai and Kevin; daughter, Joyce Williams of Missouri.Burial: Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery.[Adv Jan. 27,
VirginiaLeinani Cruz, 69, of Wahiawa,
died Feb. 1, 1995 at
St. Francis Medical Center.She was born
Aug. 27, 1925 in Honlulu, and was a retired Hawaiian studies teacher at KaalaElementary
School and a member of KauauaOhana and
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Wahiawa Ward).Survived by sons,Cupin P.
(Darlene) of Canada and
Gregory K. (Mary) of Kona; daughters, Mrs.
P.) Diamond, Mrs.
Gregory (Darlene K.) Butts of Virginia, Mrs. Larry(Hokulani)DeRego and Mrs. Keil’I (Momi) Cruz-Losano; hanai daughter, Darlene
G. Lauronai; brothers, Kenneth Mokuau
of Virginia and PaulMokuau ofMolokai;
sisters, Audrey K. English, Mary Sally Sanen of Maui and
grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.Burial: National Memorical Cemetery of the
Pacific.[Adv Feb. 10, 1995]
Vicente JandocCudiamat, 77, of Honolulu, died
Jan. 4, 1995.He was born in the
Philippines.Survived by wife, Severa C.; son, Prospero C.;daughters, Modesto C. Buenaventura, Agustin
S. Cortez, RoqueAtud, UldaricoAlconcel, Fredelito Rodrigo;
brother, Agapito J.; 19 grandchildren; 9
Memorial Park.[Adv Jan. 7, 1995]
Amy TomikoCulahara, 56, of Honolulu, died
Jan. 20, 1995 at Kuakini Medical Center.She was born Jan.
Molokai. Survived by husband,
Justin T.;son, Derek K; daughters,
Doreen K. Teramae and Dora K. Culahara;granddaughter, KayceeTeramae; brothers, Masao Hirata, Wallace Hirata,
George Hirata and Kazumi Hirata; sisters, Mrs. Yoshiharu (Ruby S.) Hazama, Mrs. Harry (Milsuko) Shimizu, Mrs.
Emily Wolter; nieces and nephews.[Adv Jan.
George Kamanaolu Cummings Jr.,
53, of Kaua, Maui,
died Jan. 24, 1995.He was born on Maui and
was operations manager for Monarch Building Supply.Survived by wife, Faye; daughter, Suzanne;
grandson, Grant K.; parents, Alice K. and George K. Cummings Sr.; sister,
Harmony Stahl of Texas;brother, Leander
of Haliimaile.Burial: VeteransCemetery.[Adv Jan. 28, 1995]