Crystal-Isabella Gabriel, infant daughter ofHerbert and IsabelleGabriel of Honolulu,
diedFeb. 3, 1995.She was born in Honolulu.Survived by sisters, Kealaonapuaokalani and Kawaianuhea;
paternal grandparents, Mrs. & Mrs. James Gabriel Sr.; maternal
grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Clement Kaonohi Sr.;
maternal great-grandmothers, Nancy Kaonohi, Isabelle Tumbaga; aunts and uncles. Burial: HawaiianMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 8, 1995]
54, of Waipahu,
died Feb. 11, 1995.
He was born in Cebu,
Survived by wife, Arcadia D.; sons, Patrick and Walter of the Philippines;
daughters, Joyce and Elvie, both of the Philippines;
sister, Lolita of the Philippines; a
grandchild.[Adv Feb. 18, 1995]
“Cowboy” Gambsky, 35, of Glenwood, Hawaii, died Jan.
1, 1995.He was born in Hilo and was a butcher at
Sack and Save Supermarkets, Hilo, and a member of the
Big Island 4 X 4.He was involved with
the Big Island Rodeo.Survived by
of Hilo; mother, AngelineGambsky;
brother, Patrick;sisters, Linda Johnson
Carolina and Rita Fernandez.Burial: HomelaniMemorial Park.[Adv Jan.
Flora Martin Ganal, 70,
died Jan. 23, 1995 at
her residence.She was born Jan. 19, 1920 in Laoag, Ilocos Norte, the Philippines,
and was a member of St. JosephChurch.Survived by sons, Leo (Jackie), Max (Irma) of
George “K.C.” (Joan), Rudy (Maria) of Ilinois, Ben M.
(Charlotte) and Roy (Lori); father, Valentine Martin of the Philippines;
brothers, Emilio Martin and Ricky Martin, both of Ilinois
and Mike Martin; sisters, Rose Nelson of California and Caroline Busano; 14 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Park.[Adv Jan. 30, 1995]
Dionicia Castillo Gandaoly,
88, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 15, 1995 in
Honolulu.She was bornSep. 16, 1906 in
Dingras, Ilocos Norte, the Philippines
and was a long time resident of Waipahu.Survived by sons, Bernado
and Sam Gandauli, Abraham Gandaoli;
brother, GuillermoCastillo; sister, Cecilia Miguel; 23 grandchildren; 44
great-grandchildren and six grat-great-grandchildren.
Park.[Adv Feb. 22, 1995]
Vicente Oandasan Garcia,
49, of Aiea,
died Jan. 27, 1995 at
KapiolaniMedicalCenter.He was born April 5, 1945 in Magsingal, IlodosSur, thePhilippines.Survived by wife, Fe A.; son, Allan A.;
daughters, CynthiaA. and Victoria A.;
father, Mariano; brothers, Remegio and Billy;
sisters, FelonilaDumo, Florencia Garcia, Anita Cortez and PetFailano/ Burial:
Mililani Memorial Park.[Adv Feb. 22, 1995]
Adelaide Rowland Gardner, ofHonolulu,
died Feb. 7, 1995.She was born in Grand
and was an executive secretary at the HiltonHawaiianVillage
and the Hawaii Hotel Association.Survived by cousins, Irene Davis of Arizona
and Marie Rogers of Ohio; hanai family, Kenneth, Marie, Michael and Peter Lum.[Adv Feb. 14, 1995]
C. Jepson “Jep”Garland,
60, of Honolulu,died Feb. 1, 1995. He was born inKansas
and was an attorney forGoodsill, Anderson Quinn & Stifel.Survived by wife,Margaret B. “Peg”;sons, James E. Crilly
of California; mother Marianne B. of Kansas;brother, JohnS. ofKansas;sisters,Sally Foulks, Susanne Evans of Colorado; hanai
children, Geald K.C. and Margarett
“Pegi” M. Pang; four grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 7, 1995]
87, of Kona, died Jan. 18, 1995 at Straub Clinic
and Hospital.He was born June 7, 1997inCabugao, IlocosSur, the Philippines,
and was a member of SokaGakkai.Survived bywife Marcy C.;son, Marcos of the Philippines;daughters, Mrs. Jane Roundtree
of North Carolina,Mary Sonido, Mrs.
Harold (Rosalina) Cobb, Mrs. David (Beatrice) Thompson; 17 grandchildren and 20
great-grandchildren; other grandchildrenin the Philippines.Burial: MililaniMemorial
Park.[Adv Jan. 31, 1995]
AllenK. Gaspar Sr., 56, ofBelfair, WA,
died Jan.19, 1995.
He was born in Honaunau, Hawaii,
and was a constructionworker and commercialfisherman.Survived by wife,Katherine;sons, Michael Y. Allen Jr., Gordon,Darryl, Michael A. and Eric; daughters, Gloria, Debra Lyn, Veronica,
Bernadette and Antoinnette; 22 grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 7, 1995]
Vi Gaspar – Memorial services for Violet D. “Vi” Gaspar,
one of Hawaii Theatres founding members, will begin at Jan 12, 1996 at
the sculpture courtyard of the Honolulu Academy of Arts.Gaspar, 87, died Dec.
in Honolulu.She spent much of her time giving to the
arts. Besides being a member of the Honolulu Academy of Arts, she volunteered
as sous chef in the Garden Café. She served on the
Friends of the FosterGarden's
board of trustees and volunteered her time in the Garden Club of Honolulu and
the Oriental Arts Society of Hawaii. She was born in Oakland,, Calif.Gaspar is survived by daughtersMarietteTrelease and Jill and Margaret Gaspar; brother
Edward Delu,andthreegrandchildren. Alohaattire.Noflowers:Memorial donations may be made to theHonolulu Academy of Arts, HawaiiOpera Theatre or other charities. Burial
will be private.[SB 01//01/1996]
GerleneF. Gauthier, 63, of Waikoloa, Hawaii,
diedFeb. 17, 1995.She was born in West
Virginia and was a retired X-Ray
technician. Survived by husband,Roland
E.; sons, Dallas R. Nutter and Mark Gauthier; daughter, CrystalL. Jordan of Virginia; motherOdra Dean of Ohio; sisters,Lillian and EuniceReasor, both of
Ohio; and three grandchildren. Burial: Hawaii
Veterans Cemeter #2, Hilo.[Adv Feb. 22, 1995]
Dona Madeleine(Marshall) Gentry,
78, of Waianae, died Jan.
11, 1995.She was born in Colorado
and was founder, with her late husband, of Pan Pacific Tours Ltd. and was a
founding member of Friends of Waianae Library.She was past officer of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Hawaii
chapter; and held positions with Kapiolani Furniture
Co., Liberty House, and most recently, proofreader for the Leeward Coaster
newspaper, Waianae.Survived by
daughters, , Dona Lee Gray of Colorado
and Sue Teenan; six grandchildren;and five great-grandchildren.[Adv Jan. 17, 1995]
Blanche Esther Gibbs, 80, of Honolulu,
died Jan. 27, 1995.She was born in Iowa
and was a member of the FirstUnitedMethodistChurch. Survived by son, John R.;
brother, Thomas Gimer of Iowa; sister, Thelma McCurry of Iowa; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Inurnment: Diamond HeadMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 1, 1995]
JosephLonnieGilliland, 68, of Mililani,
died Jan. 18, 1995.
He was born in South Carolina
and was a retiredArmy
Sergeant first class. Survived by wife,Annie W.;son, Jerry L.; daughters, Mrs. William E.
(Jo-Ann E.) Hammond, and Gladys M; sixgrandchildren; brothers, Jack ofTexas
and Robert ofFlorida; and sister, Laura
Long of South Carolina.[Adv Feb. 7,1 995]
Leo Paul Giovanetti,
73, of Kailua, Oahu,
died Jan. 14, 1995.
He was born in California
and was a retired long time Longs Drugstore manger. Survived by wife, Lorraine;
sons, Paul and Cart; daughter Mrs. William (Nina) Lee Hang;two grandchildren;brother Rudy of California;and sisters, Alice Cotich
and Norma Francisco, both of California.[Adv Jan.
Weston F. Godfrey, 80, of Morongo
died Feb. 1, 1995.He was born in Rhode
Island and was an agent for All
by daughter, Barbara Linn Botts of Kailua-Kona; son, Randal W. of California; four grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.Burial: HawaiianMemorial
Park, Kaneohe.[Adv Feb. 3, 1995]
Merton J. Goldsmith, 79, of Hilo,
died Jan. 24, 1995.He was born in Franklin, N.Y.
and was a retired draftsman.He was also
a member of the HiloUnitedMethodistChurch.Survived by stepchildren, Helen Neisess ofCalifornia, Larry Sanderson of Arizona, Jerry Sanderson of Utah, Bill
Sanderson of Arizon, Karen Barwich
of Arizona and Judie Sanderson of Arizona; hanai son
and daughter, Don and Helen Hemmes of Hilo; 30
grandchildren; 46 great-grandchildren; and several
great-great-grandchildren.[Adv Jan. 27, 1995]
Clarence Gonsalves, 43, of Pepeekeo, Hawaii, died Jan.
11, 1995.He was born in Hilo.Survived by father, David F. Gonsalves; sister, Maryann; uncles, aunts and cousins.Burial: AlaeCemetery.[Adv Jan. 14,
Margaret Mary Gonsalves,
72, of Honolulu,
died Feb. 4, 1995.
She was borninPaauilo, Hawaii
and was a housewife.Survived by sons,
John Gonzales of Kahaluu, Sam and RobertGonsalves,
both of Honolulu; daughter, Mrs. Roland (Linda)
Lewis; brothers, Joe Gonzales of Kula and Gilbert Gonzalesof Pukulani; foster
brother, Albert Santiago of Kihei; sisters, Mrs.
Clarence (Hattie) Cordeiro of Kahului,
Nellie Delima of Wailuku, Carol Tom of Wailuku, Irene
Leal of Makawao, and Emma Carvalho
of Californai; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
Park.[Adv Feb. 8, 1995]
Ernesto R. Gonzales, 65, of EwaBeach, diedFeb.
6, 1995 .He was born in
Survived by wife, Fe; sons, Johnny, Arnel, Frankie, Eugene, Emmanuel and Peter; daughters, Mrs.
Tim (Ernestina) Gonzales, Mrs. Jeff ( Josephine) Mara andMrs. Rafael (Nanette) Bedic.[Adv Feb. 9, 1995]
Curtis I. Goodnight Jr., 76, of Altadena, CA
died on Jan. 19 1995.He is survived by his daughters, Terri Rainy
and Brenda Sharp; two sons, Carl and paul;
and four grandchildren.Burial: RiversideNationalCemetery.[Adv Jan. 28, 1995]
88, of Pearl City, passed awayFeb.
3, 1995 in Honolulu.
He was bornJan.
1, 1907 in IlocosSur,
the Philippines.Survived by sons, David Atay
of Las Vegas,
Lawrence (Pat) ; daughters,Mrs. Pedro (Adeline) Ramos, IreneRuark of California,
Mrs. Kenneth (Helen) Ke’a, Mrs. Richar
(Norma) Patterson of Ohio; 31 grandchildren;41 great-grandchildren; brothers Pepito of the Philippines,Bonifacio;
Bristol; nieces, nephews and cousins.Retired after35 yearsof service with
DolePlantation. Burial: MililaniMemorial
Park.[Adv Feb. 7, 1995]
Robert Waha Noah Gouveia Jr., 68, of Honolulu, died Jan.
12, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and retired from the
U.S. Army after 25 years of service. Survived by mother, Mary Gouveia; hanai daughter, Patricia
Hardy; sisters, Marie L. Fernandezand Sarah M. Torres; brother, Alvin J.
Burial: HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery.[Adv Jan. 15,
48, of Honolulu
died Jan. 14, 1995.
He was born in Honolulu,
and was a staff attorneyfor the Hawaii Supreme Court. Survived by parents, ThomasPim
and Margaret Goodbody; brothers, Thomas P. Jr. of California,Peter H. and David; sister, Susan Goodbody Murphy.[Adv Jan.
Rod Lewis Graham, 44, of Kailua-Kona,
died Feb. 16, 1995.He was born in Osaka, Japan,
and was a radio announcer known as “Round Mound of Sound”.He was a golfing and skiing enthusiast.Survived by wife, Kathleen Richer; former
wife Debbie Graham; son, Jesse C. Graham; sisters, Rene Graham, Susanne Taylor
and Luanna Morrow.[Adv Feb.
Blanche Eleanor Grantz(Rego),
74, of Honolulu,
died Jan. 19, 1995 at
KuakiniMedicalCenter.She was born Oct. 28, 1920 in Honolulu.She is survived by sons, Alexander, Edward
Alan (Lovey) of the Big Island; daughters, Kathryn
Mary Premeaux, Kathleen Marie Monpetit;
brothers, Joseph Rego of California, George (Jackie) Rego of California, Raymond (Anna) Rego
of California; 7 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews and
cousins.She was a former member of the
Living Rosary at St. Patrick’s Church. Burial: Diamond
HeadMemorial Park.[Adv Jan. 25, 1995]
91, of Redmond, WA died Jan.
2, 1995.She was born in Honolulu, spent her early years
in Hilo, Hawaii and was a retired
public school teacher.She taught at WaimeaHigh Schoolfrom 1941 to 1946 and at WaipahuHigh School from 1946 to 1965.During World War II, she headed the volunteer
services of the USO at Waimea, Kauai.Survived by son, Charles J. “Lono” Jr.; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
EleazerClementeGruspe, 83, of Waipahu, died Jan.
3, 1995.He was born in the Philippines.Survived by wife, Escolastica
P. Gruspe; sons, Eleazer
Jr., Rolando of California and Randlof; daughters, ZenyGruspeBolado
of California, Mrs. Rufino (Nita) Catangui,
Dolores Ramos, Mrs. Tony (Corlota) Domantay of Ilinois, Mrs. Rudy (Erna) Igarta of Missouri; 18
grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; sister,AlejandraLatorre of
the Philippines. Burial: Valley of the Temples.[Adv Jan. 7,
Catherine Kaleiwohi Guerin, 81,
died Jan. 26, 1995.She was born in Honolulu.Survived by husband, Bruce; daughters, TabuChezem of Arizona and
Kathleen Caballero of Oregon.[Adv Jan. 28, 1995]
92, of Honolulu,
died Jan. 19, 1995 at
Liliha Health Care Center.She was born December 7, 1902 in
Honolulu.Survived by son, Edward Paling of the Philippines;
daughters, Rose Gamble of Michigan, Alice of
seven grandchildren; great-grandchildren.Burial: NationalMemorialCemetery of
the Pacific.[Adv Jan. 22, 1995]
Rev. William RanckGrosh,
74, of Honolulu,
formerly of the BigIsland,
died Feb. 26, 1995.He was born in Atlanta
and was a retired Episcopal priest onOahu
and the BigIsland.Survived by wife Frances; daughter, Susan Pestana; sons, Lawrence W., Russell H. of CA and William T.
Guerrero, 67,ofKilauea, Kauai,
died Feb. 13, 1995.
He was born in Santa Ignacia, Tarlac,
and was a retired tractor operator for Lihue Plantation.Survived by wife, Lucrecia
B.; daughters, Carmen Casino, AngelineMerano,and ArseniaButal, all of Hanamauulu; son, Donaery of Hanamaulu; brothers, Juan of Molokai, Basilio
of Honolulu, Bonifacio of Molokai and Maximo of Kauai; sister, CeprinaCorpuz of the Philippines; 10 grandchildren and a
great-grandson. Burial: LihuePublicCemetery.[Adv Feb. 16, 1995]
William Oscar Guss,
73, of Honolulu,
died Jan. 23. 1995.He was born in Salt
Lake City and was chief executive
officer and chairman of Alltres Inc.Survived by wife, Doris; sons, Jon, James and
Barron; daughter, Pamela Verrey; 12 grandchildren;
brother, Abe; sisters, Martha Brody, Ida Davidson, Betty Cherish. Burial:
Valley of the TemplesMemorialParkCemetery.[Adv Jan. 26, 1995]