Louise Fujishiro Kaahui, 86, of Lahaina, died Jan.
She was born in UkumehameValley, Maui and was a past
president of Hale O Na Alii and a member ofKamehameha Auxillary and Native Sons
and Daughters. Survived by daughters, Adeline Rodrigues of Maui, Louise
Smithand Gwendolyn Haney, both of
California, Naomi Bobbit of Washington,
Cornelia Appelgate and Thelma both of Maui; sons, Abe of Maui, John of
Nevada, and Edward of Maui; brothers Albert Fujishiro of Maui, John Kaaea of
Maui and William Kealoha of Oahu; sister, Anna Fujishiro of Oahu; 29
grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren.
Burial: VeteranCemetery.[Adv Feb. 1,
Keith“Mahi” Kawehikulani Kaakau, 26, of Wainae died Jan.
19, 1995.He was born March
in Hawaii.“Mahi” is survived by daughter, Jozette
Kawehi Kaakau Kapihe; parents,Leo and
Rochelle “Indai” Kaakau; companion, Annette Aran; brother Leo(Tina
Kaaihue) Kaakau; sisters, Rachel (Jesse) Kalawa, Dorellyn Pake Kaakau,
Deidre (Jonathan) Ilae, Lani Kaakau,; maternal grandparents, Telesforo (Pacita)
Sofelo, Clemente (Gladys) Kamakea; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and
Charles “Charlie” Kiai Kaalele Jr., 52, of Honolulu and VolcanoesNational Park , Volcano, Hawaii, died Feb.
He was born in Honolulu,and was a retired Honolulu police officer and Hilo
County Police Commission’sfirst
investigator.Survived by wife, Joanne
U. of Honolulu; sons, Charles K. III, Collin K. and Scott N., all ofHonolulu; brothers,Michael Tancayo of Molokai, Albert K. of
Honolulu, Abraham K. of Wisconsin, Robert M. and Barry, both of Honolulu; a
granddaughter.Burial: HawaiianMemorialParkCemetery[Adv Feb. 5,
Samuel “Kamuela” Kaauamo, 80, of Keanae, Maui, died Jan.
24, 1995.He was born in Keanae, Maui.Survived by wife,
Mary of Keanae; sons, Samuel “Jr”,and
Wilkens, both of Makawao, and Raymond of Honolulu; daughters, Minamina Wood of
Pukalani, Theresa Neizman of Lahina and Francis Kaauamoand Mary Jane Kaauamo, both of New York; 16
grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren.Burial: MauiMemorialParkCemetery.[Adv Jan. 27,
Jeannie K. Kaaumoana of HanaleiKauai, ` an entertainer for
Boat Tours, died Dec.
23, 1995 in Queen's Hospital. Kaaumoana 53,was
born in Kahaluu.She is survived by
mother Katie K.H. Makaehu; husband Harry K. Sr.; sons Kurt D. Hookano, George Furtado III and
Harry K. Kaaumoana Jr.;Bernadine K "Bernie"
Palk, Darlene U. Borden and Harrie-Lynn K. Furtado; brothers Thomas W. Ryder
and Wilfred H. “Maka” Makaehu Jr.; sisters Lorraine M. Enterline, Mary E. Likua
and Katie P. Baroro; 14 grandchildren. Burial: HanaleiCommunityCemetery.[SB 01/01/1996]
Sakuyo Kadomoto, 90, of Honolulu, died Feb
She was born in Lahina,
and was a member of Honpa Hongwanji Goji Kai and Honpa Hongwanji
Fujin Kai.Survived by husband,Masao; sons,
RaymondH. and Logan M.; daughters, Mrs.
Daikichi (Frances H.) Kaneta and Mrs. Kazuichi (Jane T.)
Kawamoto; 10 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sisters,Mrs. Hatsuno Izumihara and Mrs. Walter
(Esther) Kaiura.[Adv Feb.
Joan Ann M.L.C. Kaehu of Honolulu
died Dec 22, 1995 in Honolulu.Kaehu, 60, was born in Honolulu.She is survived by husband William N; sons
Willism “Billy” II, Clinton “Kiki” and Lance; daughter Trisha Hayse; brothers
Lawrence J.S. and Lawrence Correa Jr.; sister Nadine L.C. Kealamakia; 6
Teiji Kagimoto, 76, of Hilo, died Jan. 7, 1995.He was born
in Hilo and was a retired state Executive Director of the
Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service.He was a member of the Church of the Holy
Cross, University Heights Community Association, East Hawaii Kiwanis Club and
Kupaa Club.Survived by wife, Jean T.;
sisters, Sakiko Matsubara, Hideko Kagimoto, both of Hilo, and Chiye Saito of Honolulu. [Adv Jan. 10, 1995]
Gilbert “Fello” “Ehu” N.
Kahaleauki, 48, of Kihei, died Jan. 10, 1995.He was born
in Kaupo, Maui.Survived by
wife, Norene; sons, Gilbert Jr. of Haiku, Fabian of Makena and Iran of Kahului;
daughter, Marvelee of Oahu, Karen Perry of Kula, Beatrice and Norene
“Honey”;father, Charles Sr.; brothers,
Charles “Chunga” Jr. of Kaupo and Wendell Wong of Ulupapakua; sisters, Melva
Poouahi of Kaupo, Geranium Kahaulua of Pukalani and JaneSobzjack; 11 grandchildren. Burial: MauiMemorialParkCemetery.[Adv Jan. 14, 1995]
Terry K. Kahanaof Ahualoa, Hawaii, died
last Wednesday in Hilo. Kahana,
a Hawaiian Homes
is survived by wife Ramona; daughters
Shea, Sheary, Sheana, Teri, Kehaulani and Lowena; parents Lei and Christina
brothers Richard Kahana, Arthur Parkins and John Silva;and. sisters Leilani Hanawahine,Mildred Apao;June Silva, Edna Tokunaga, Faith Sunio and Jacqueline Smith.
Service: Friday a Borthwick Mortuary, Call after a.m. Burial: Valley of theTemples.[SB 03/01/1996]
Leilani B. Kahanu, 69, of Honolulu, diedFeb. 13, 1995.She was born in Hoolehua, Molokai and was a retired long
time employee of the Hickam Air Force Base financedepartment.Survived by sons, Wayne, Benjamin, Early Sr.,
Earl, Curits, Paul and Phillip;
daughters, Deborah and Pamela;24
grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters, Mokihana Martelino, Lauae
Sproat, UlulaniDillyard and MaileBenanua; brothers, Hiram Naumu Sr. and
Soloman Naumu.Burial: NationalMemorialCemetery of the Pacific,
Diane Louise Kahapea, 49, of Mililani, died,Jan. 19, 1995 at KaiserFoundationHospital.She was born Oct
in Hawaii.Survived by sons; Ronald K. (Leinaala L.)
Kahapea, Martin Lawrence K. Kahapea; daughter, Rochelle K. Kahapea;
grandchildren, Kaihikapu, Alapaki, Piulu Kahpea; mother, Eleanore M. Pescaia;
brother, John Pescaia of Boston, MA; sister, Mrs. Rayond (Cynthia) Mejia; many
nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews.
She was a member of the PacificIslandsBibleChurch and Queen Emma Hawaiian
Civic Club. Burial: MililaniMemorial Park.[Adv Jan. 24,
Jacob Kahele, 51, of Kaneohe, died Jan.
He was born in Honolulu, on Feb.
18, 1943.Survived by wife, Edith
Harue Kahele; son, David Jacob Masatoki Kahele; daughter, Naomi Nalani Harue
Kahele; sister, Eileen Kennedy; brother, Albert; nieces and nephews, cousins,
aunts and uncles. He was a long time member of of the Laborer’s
International Union of North America Local 368 AFL-CIO, under the leadership of
Business Manager/ Treasurer Benjamin Saguibo, first as a construction worker
and later as a business agent servicing more then 4000 members.His many activities included serving as an
advisor to the Catholic Social Services
Advisory Board, vaious political action committies,political informational groups, testifying at
various hearings as well as the promotion
of various development projects
which are directly attributable to the various interests of the Laborer’s Union.Jacob handled the processing of worker’s
compensation claims for the union’s members, grievances betweenunion members and employers, involving
various issues such as working conditions, service-related issues, and a multitude
of personal problems which ultimately impact upon a member’s well being and
work performance.As representative of
the Labor Union,Jake
was further tasked as the Union’s Lobbyist to the City Council as well
as to the Legislature. As the Union’s interests are quite diverse, such participation
as a Lobbyist on behalf of the Laborer’s Union brought him in contact
with many key political representatives, individuals, groups and
committees.Jake never failed to help a
fellow member of the Union and strove to make it his life’s work;
helping people. Burial: MililaniMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 1,
David Alapiko Kahuhu III, 39, of Maili, Oahu, diedFeb. 1, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and was a landscape
nursery laborer.Survived by wife,Mary H.; sons, Kaipo K. Kanakaole and David
“Ika” Alapiko IV; brothers, Alan E. and Dana K., both of Maui; sisters, Mrs.
Kim (Lani)Yip-Chow of Maui, Mrs.
Mulimuli (Ehu) Agalevaa of Maui, and Mrs. Bully (Irene) Davis of Lani;
grandfather,Eddie Akana; andgrandmother, Florence Ikeda.[Adv Feb. 17,
Myrna A.P. Kai of Kauai,
a WilcoxElementary School teacher died Dec.
in WilcoxMemorialHospital.Kai , 49, was born
in Honolulu.She is survived by daughter Lehua; stepson
Kevin; and sisters Danita Aiu and Davianna McGregor.[SB 05/01/1996]
Haruko Kaihara, 65, of Honolulu, died Jan. 11, 1995.She was
born in Kealia, Kauai, and retired from the state of Hawaii as a statistician. He also retired from American
Savings Bank.Survived by brothers,
Yoshitomi of Hanamaulu and Yasuto; nieces, nephews, grandnieces and
grandnephews.Inurnment: Kealia Japanese
Cemeter, Kauai.[Adv Jan. 14, 1995]
Stephanie Leihulu Kaiwi-Walton, 25, died Jan.
in Honolulu.She was born in Torrence, CA. She is survived by
grandparents, Henry Kaiwi of Kahului, Maui & NaomiK. Bertlemann-Kaiwi of Honolulu; son, Drakah
Limaloa Kaiwi; her parents, Stephanie and Oliver Haanio; brother, Keola H.
Haanio; cousin-hanai sister, Annie Marie Kaiwi, late great-grandfather,
GodfreyKekela o’kalani Bertlemann &
MaryK. Kamipele Campbell of Waiohinu,
Kau, Hawaii; uncles Paul Kaiwi of Hilo, Henry K. III, Ed Kaiwi Anahola of
Kauai, Hank Kaiwi, Honolulu; her only grand aunt Mary Kapua Keliikoa of Waimea.Stephanie was in the Marina Corp AirStation overseas
and she later worked for MEDCAH collection agency. She was from the Molokai
Oahu Royal Family of Reverand
James Kekela o’kalani and from war leaderMahiololi, hereditary owner of Kiolakaa
Wiohinu Kau, Hawaii. Burial: OahuCemetery.[Adv Feb. 3,
Kanui Napaepae Kakalia, 76, of Waimanalo, died
Feb. 9, 1995. She was born in
Lahaina, Maui.Survived bydaughters, Mrs. Charles (Winona K.)
Shimotsu of Makakilo, Arlene K. Kakalia of Waianea, Mrs. Stephen(Edwina H.) Glissman
of California; sons, Edward P. of California and
Richard P. of Nanakuli; 24 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; a
great-great-grandchild.Burial: SunsetMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 15,
Edward “Eddie”Steven Kalamau Sr.,
52,of Waipahu, died Jan. 2, 1995.He was born
in Lihue, Kauai and was a construction mason with the City and
County for 27 years.Survived by wife,
Esther; daughters, Esther II, Dorothy, Anna and Pearl;son, Edward Jr.; mother, Dorothy Kalamau;brothers, John, Ernest and Richard;
Mata, and Laverne Schutte;two
grandchildren.[Adv Jan. 4, 1995]
Mamana M. Kalavi, infant daughter,of
Seneti M. and Josephine M.
Kalavi, died Monday in KonaCommunityHospital. The
baby was bornOct.
19, 1995 in KeaIakekua. She
is also survived by brothers Seneti .and Koloa; sisters Malia and Madonna;''
Rofley and Anna B. Hao Sione and Fea’o Kalavi. Burial: Burial: Kekaha Mauna Ziona Congregational Church in Kalaoa, Hawaii.[SB 04/01/1996]
Rev. Joseph“Big Feet”David Kaleikilo, 71,of Waimanalo, died Jan.
He was born in Honolulu, was retiredfrom B & C Trucking Co. and was an
entertainer. He was also a travelingminister with KamakuamauloaChurch.Survived by son,Russel K. “Sonny Boy” of Michigan; daughters, Mrs.
William (RubyAnn P.) Harvest, Leandra “Popo” and Grace
Kaleikilo and Mrs. Daniel (Victoria “Bae”) Kealoha Jr.; 12 grandchildren; and
many great-grandchildren. Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 7,
George K. KaleikiniofHonolulu, a Pearl Harbor Naval
Shipyard Public Works Center dispatcher, died Dec
in KapiolaniHospital at Pali Momi.Kaleikini, 58, was born in Honolulu.He is survived by daughterKelly Perbera; brothers Chester Jr.,
Julian, Edward, Eric and Shayne Skorupski, and Kurtis Kaleikini; sisters Maxine
Matsuura, Katherine Lopp, and Cheryl-Jean Domingo; and four grandchildren.[SB 06/01/1996]
James Kealoha Kaleikini, 63, of Honolulu, died Feb.
9, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and was a retired electrician.Survived by wife, Kahikina; sons, Delbert and
Lester; daughters, Roxana Mahiai, Vonia and Aleda; 11 grandchildren; two
great-grandchildren; brothers, Joseph and Arthur;aunts and uncles.[Adv Feb. 12,
George Kahalekulu Kaleiohi, 64, Moloaa, Kauai, died Jan.
2, 1995.He was born in Hawaii and was a construction
laborer. Survived by wife, Madonna; brother, Hiram of Honolulu; sisters, Elaine
Fernandez, Helen Obrero, Florence Navas, Esther Pezario and Julia
Abraham Aukai Kaleo, 73, of Wahiawa, died Jan.
10, 1995.He was born in Paia, Maui.Survived by sons, Gordon, Scott, and Daniel
Makaena, Adrian, Brian, Abraham and Cavan Kaleo; five grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. EnriqueT. (Dora L.) Paet and Mrs. James
(Christine “Nani”)Kon.Burial: NationalMemorialCemetery of the Pacific.[Adv Jan. 19,
Raymond Tong Sing Kam, 68, of Honolulu,diedFeb. 13,
He was born in Hawaii.Survived by wife, Violet;
sons, Derrick, Randall and Dougalas; sister, Ellen; brother, Lawrence; and six
JakobE. Kamai, 29, of Hana, Maui,
died Jan. 3, 1995.He was born in Hana.Survived by parents, Jacob K. and Vivian M.
Kamai; son, Prince Liko-Ikaika Edwards; brother, Wesley K.; grandmother, Ethel
K. Kamai; sister, Bernadine L. Fernandez of Kahului.Burial: PuuikiCemetery.[Adv Jan. 10, 1995]
RachaelJ. Kamakana, 55, of Kaunakakai, died Jan.
in Tucson.She was born in Honolulu and was administrator
of the AluLikeMolokaiIslandCenter for 20 years and was a
kumu hula.Survived by husband, Weymouth
Kamakana Sr.; daughters,Mrs. Ron
(Weyline) Surprise of Arizona, Elizabeth Kamakana of Kualapuu; son, Weymouth of
Aiea; four grandchildren; mother, Rachel Bailey of Waiphau; sisters, Loretta
Beralas of Waipahu, Gwendolyn Jans of California, brothers, Roy Akau of
Honolulu, James of Kaneohe, John of New Mexico.
Burial: KanakaloloaCemetery.[Adv Jan. 27,
Emma Hoopii Kamakele, 72, of Waimanalo, Oahu, diedFeb. 3, 1995. She was born in
Hanapepe, was a member of the
Jehovah’s Witnesses, Waimanalo Ward and retire from the State
Department of Education.Survived by
sons,Michael Orian,and Lawrence, James, Jeremiah, Jefferey and
JoelKamakele; 14 grandchildren;
brother, GeorgeMakanui of California;
sister,Mae Corr of Kauai. Burial: HawaiianMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 7,
GwendolynKamano, 98, of Honolulu, died Jan.
16, 1995.Born in Denver, CO, she was an international
entertainer whose state name wasBetty Trojo and who performed with her
entertainer husband,John Kamano.
Survived by nieces, nephews, Milton and Susana Ross of Wahiawa, William Hazlitt and
Helen S. Frazzinin, both of CO.Burial: HawaiianMemorialCemetery.[Adv Jan. 20,
Joseph " Joe" KamekonaofKaneohe, a `city paramedic,
died Dec. 26, 1995 in CastleHospital. Kamekona, 63, was born
in Ku cuihaele, Hawaii. He is
survived by wife Evelyn S.K. sons Howard
D. Reynold T.
and Harlan B.; daughters Renee K. Shook and Jolyn Kipapa; brothers Daniel, Peter an James; sisters Alice Kanekoa, Nancy Aiona,
Jane Taitano, MargaretLee, Eva Leoso, Stella Oku anElizabeth
Arnold; 15 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.Services:
Friday at HawaiianMemorial
Park, call after 0p.m.;
Saturday at themortuary, call after .
Park. Casualattire.[SB 03/01/1996]
Kanae Jr., 73,of Haiku, Maui, died Feb.
He was born in Kaupo, Maui. Survived by nephew, Sam (Aloha) Aina of
Hana, and grand niece, Daisy Kanae Aina of Hana; cousins, Luther Kanae of
Makawao, Henry Kanae of
Wailuku and Earlys Le’i of Kaneohe.Burial: MauiMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 9,
David W. “Daddy Boy” Kanakanui, also known as James Kanakanui, of Honolulu, died Dec
22, 1995 in Queen’s Hospital.Kanakanui, 61, was born inKahuku.He is survived by wife Mildred “Mahuna”; sons
David, Duke, Robert and Kenui Maikai and Kevin Kanakanui; daughtersDebra Salboro, Queenie Kanakanui, Momi
Anakalea, Mililani Maikai-Glenn, Piilani Dorsey, Pauahi “Tanya: Maikai, Kuuipo
Perry, Kaleiokalani Kaawa and mapuana and Dolores Lamthere; brothers John,
Catalino Jr., Henry and Lawrence Mariano; several hanai children; and 36
grandchildren. [SB 05/0/1996]
Samuel Nalepo “Tutu Man” Kanealii, 64, of Kapaa, died Jan.
29, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and was a laborer in
the construction industry.Survived by
brother, Benjamin of Honolulu; sister-in-law, Rosaline Kanealii of Anahola;
hanai daughter, Edith L. DeFries.
Burial: LihuePublicCemetery.[Adv Feb. 2,
Joseph Kanekoa, 73, of Honolulu, died Jan.
15, 1995.He was born in Honolulu.Survived by son, Joseph Nawatani; daughters,
Mrs. Hubert (Sarah) Potter and Mrs. Coach (Yvonne) Cobb-Adams; sister, Lillian
Inn Kaaihue; 15 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren.Inurnment: HawaiiStateVeterensCemetery.[Adv Jan. 29,
Metsu Kanemoto, 91, of Honolulu, died Feb.
14, 1995.She was born in Itoman, Okinawa, Japan.Survived by sons, George of Honokaa, Hawaii, and Richard;daughters, Velma M.
Oshiro, Mrs. Seigi (Ethel S.) Yogi of Hilo, Mrs.
Robert (Jane S.)Akahiji, and Mrs.
David (Nancy K.) Lyum of Honolulu; eight grandchildren;and three great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 16,
Calvin K. Kaneshiro of Hilo, a
heavy equipment mechanic, died Sunday,
Dec. 31, 1995 in HiloHospital. Kaneshiro, 36, was born
in Hilo.He is survived by parents Kentoku and and
Shizue; and sisters Janice, Mae and Diane.[SB 05/01/1996]
Robert Yasumitsu“Lucky” Kaneshiro, 69, of Honolulu, died Jan.
at Queen’s MedicalCenter.He was born January
30, 1925inHamakua, Hawaii, and was owner of
Bob’sFish Market at Ala Moana Farmer’s
Market. Survived by wife, Gail Setsuko Kaneshiro;daughters, Julia Midori Kaneshiro, Mrs.
Hironobu (Aileen Aiko)Oshiro; four
grandchildren; brother, Lawrence Tsutomu of
CA; sisters, Helen Ariss of CA. Betty Sanforn, Gladys Minor of Virginia.[Adv Jan. 21,
Shira Kaneshiro, 98, of Hilo, died Feb.
7, 1995.She was born in Itoman, Okinawa, and was co-founder of
Fair Supermarket, Hilo, and a member of Honpa
Hongwanji-Hilo Betsuin, Hui Okinawa and Mohouli Kumiai.Survived by sons,Eijiro and Seiko; daughters,
EstherUyeichi of Honolulu, Jane Sakihara and TakeoInouye of San Francisco; sister, Kame Soken of
Okinawa; 32 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; and two
great-great-grandchildren. Burial: AieaCemetery.[Adv Feb. 9,
Sanjiro Kaneshiro, 74, of Kaneohe, diedFeb. 4, 1995 at Queen’s MedicalCenter.He was born Sep.
in Makawele, Kauai, and was a retired city
AutomotiveDepartmentheavy equipment mechanic, and had workedfor Hawaiian Auto Parts and SupplyCo.
Survived by wife, Mary
F. Kaneshiro; sons, Gary Kazumi and Rodney Mitsuo (Faith);
daughter, Mrs.Steven Y. (Laraine F.)
Miyahira; six grandchildren; sisters,Mrs. Gitaro ( Jane K.) Arakawa, Mrs. NancyH. Nakasone and
Mrs. BessieT. Toki.[Adv Feb. 8,
Gary Kang, 55, of Mountain View, died Jan.
at HiloHospital . He was born July
in Honolulu, and was former owner
of Matthew Kang Co.Survived by son,
Randall A. (Wailana); daughter, Mrs. Thomas (Jamelyn) Purdy of Hawaii; brother,
Ronald ; sister, Sandra Ronquillo; and seven grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 9,
William Kane Kaniho, 68, of Lahaina, Maui, died Feb.17, 1995. He was
born in Lahaina.Survived by wife,
Annie; sons, William ofKula,
Christopher, Michael of Waikaloa and Kenneth; daughters,Mrs. Robert (Virgieann) Macintosh of Waikaloa
and Mrs. Sione (Florence) Poasi of Lahaina; brothers, Abraham, Phillip and
Herbert, all of Honolulu, Harold, John and Christopher; sisters, DorothyKanimoto,
Florence Yoshino, Becky Shishido and
Martha Tengen and Anna Bell Runnels, both of Honolulu; 13
grandchildren.Burial: MauiMemorial Park[Adv Feb. 21,
Richard TokiwoKanna, 73, of Kakalau, Hawaii, died, Jan. 10, 1995.He was born
in Hakalau and was a retired stock clerkfor the former Hilo Coast
Processing.Survived by wife, Yoneko;
son, Merrils S.; daughter June J. Kimura of California; son-in-law, Toshimitsu
Ogata of California; sister, Nobuko Uyechi of Wahiawa; four grandchildren.[Adv Jan. 13, 1995]
Aken Martin Kanoa, 68, of Keanae, died Jan. 4, 1995. He was born in Keanae and was a retired union
official with the Seafarers International Union.He also served in the U.S. Army during World
War II and the Korean conflict.Survived
by wife, Betty L. Kanoa; sons, Martin A., William P.,and Jorge A.; daughter, Virginia A.;a grandson; brothers, Isaac, William and
Volna; sister, Cecilia Kaahea.[Adv Jan. 10, 1995]
Emma LeinaalaKaopuiki-Castro, 40, of Honolulu, died Feb.
at Straub Clinic & Hospial.She was
born Aug. 26, 1954 in Honolulu, and was a Hawaiian
Telephone Co. operator.Survived by
husband, Thomas Castro; parents, Rudy and Miriam Kaopuiki; sister, Lani
Kaopuiki. Burial: MililaniMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 9,
Solomon Alohikea Kapanui, also known as “Boy”, “Black”,
and “Kuro-San,”, 38, died Feb.
5, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and held various city
including state deputy sheriff, park grounds andswimming pools maintenance, swimming
instructor,lifeguard and security.
Survived by sons, Kolomona and Kamuela;
nephews, Kaupono and Po-mekeao-okalani, Robert K. Kipapa Jr. and Jonathan P.H.
Nary; niece, Kolea-O-Nahaku;spouse,
Malia; mother, Elizabeth W. Bal; father, Stephen K. Kapanui; step-father,
William E. Bal IV; sisters, Kehaulani, Nohealani, Moana, Kaanohe (Kanoe),
Cookie andAnnette; brothers, John,
Virgil, Stephen, Allan and Keola; grandmother, Mrs. Annie R. Mace of Ewa.[Adv Feb. 14,
Wiliki Kapono, 49, of San Diego, CA diedJan. 22,
1995.Survived by brother, Ambrose Kapono of Nevada; sister, Evelyn
Ferreira of Wailuku.Inurnment: MauiMemorialParkCemetery.[Adv Feb. 4,
of Aiea, diedDec. 27, 1995 in Honolulu.He is survived by several friends.[SB 25/01/1996]
Umeyo ShotaKashiwabara, 88, of Lihue, died Jan.
27, 1995.She was a housewife.Survived by sons, Lawrence and Richard;daughter, Janet
Fukushima of Honolulu; 14 grandchildren; and
18 great-grandchildren.[Adv Jan.
of Kaneohe died Dec.
in the Hale Mana Hospice. Kaspari, 87, was born in La Crosse, Wis. She is survived by brother Sigmund Pavela; sister Tecla Pavela;
daughter Patricia Scheidt; 6 grandchildren.[SB 01/01/1996]
Edward TanjiKatada, 82, of Pearl City, diedFeb. 18,
1995.He was born in Waimea, Kauai and was a retired bakerfor Loves
Bakery.He was a member of Yamaguchi Ken
Jin Kai, Iwakuni Jin Kai and Iwakuni Shin Jin Kai.Survived by wife, Roberta Tomiko Katada; son,
Edward K.; daughters, Mrs. Clifford (Jean Y.) Lee of CA, Mrs. Ronald (LindaE.L.)Tang and Laverne R. DeRego;
eight grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Michinori (Aiko) Furutani.[Adv Feb. 24,
Kazuo“Slim” Katahara, 75, of Kualapuu, Molokai, died Feb.21, 1995. He was
born in Paia, Maui.Survived by wife, Nora K.; son, Lance of
Honolulu; brother Paul of Wailuku; sister, Kiyomi Hamada of Kahului.
Inurnment:KapaakeaCemetery, Kaunakakai.[Adv Feb. 24,
Robert Masajiro Katayama, 78, ofHonolulu, died Feb.
8, 1995.He was born in Honolulu. Survived by wife,
Tamako Katayama of California;brother, Norman;
Kuroda, Mrs. Dorothy Morisako and Mrs. Nora Takabayashi.[Adv Feb. 2,
Kato,75, of Honolulu, formerly of the BigIsland, died Feb.
22, 1995.She was born in Papaaloa, Hawaii.She retired as a store clerk and was a member
Mission. Survived by brothers, Takashi andTakao Murakami; sisters, Toshiko
Yamaguchi of Hawaii and Akiko Shiroma.
Inurnment: HomlaniCemetery.[Adv Feb. 26,
Masao Katsuki, 78, of Honolulu, died Feb.
He was born in Honolulu and was retired acting directorof the Dept.
of Agriculture.Survived by wife, Pearl
T.; daughter,Marilyn F. Nakano;
grandchildren, Keithand Janalyn Nakano
and JaimeTamayie; two great-grandchildren;
brother, Kenneth T. Yamashita; sister, Beth N. Katayama;[Adv Nov. 9, 1995]
George Kauhane, 71, of Honolulu, died Feb.
He was born in Honolulu.Survived by wife,Marguerite “Rita” Kauhane; daughter,Lauri F.; son, G. Healli; five grandchildren;
brothers, William Reuter and Charles Bent; sister MaryJane DeMello.
[Adv Feb. 7, 1995]
Llewellyn Kanakaoluna Kauhane, 64, of Honolulu, died Feb.
14, 1995.he was born in Honolulu and was retired from
Foremost Dairies Hawaiirefrigeration
and shipping departmentafter 32 years
ofservice.He was a Korean War veteran.Survived bywife, AliceKauhane; daughter Lleweyna; son, Clayton of
California; sisters, Erlene Cabrinha and Gwendolyn Chaffin of Texas; aunts and uncles.[Adv Feb. 22,
David K. Kauhi, 83, of Nanakuli, diedFeb. 4, 1995. He was born in Kohala, Hawaii, and was an E.K. FernandezShows
carnival ride operator.Survived by
companion, JarlinQuiocho; sons,David Jr., James, Frank, Alexander and
Kalani; daughters,Katherine Di-Prima,
BarbaraGoree, Anna Pineda and Esther
Yanutik Sr.;19 grandchildren; 22
great-grandchildren. Burial: NanakuliHomesteadCemetery.[Adv Feb. 7,
Dayton Kaya Malulani Kauhi,
infant son of JohnelleLabrador and Dayson Kauhi Sr., both of
Waikaloa; brother, Dayson Jr.; grandparents, John and Abbie Labrador, David
Kauhi Sr. of Waimea; great-grandparents, Nicomedes and Louisa Labrador of
Waimea, Helen Salazar of Hilo, Celestino
Gibo of Kona, Harry and Hilda Chong of Waimea. Burial: WaimeaCountyCemetery.[Adv Jan. 15, 1995]
Meleana “Maryann” Kaula, 61, of EwaBeach, died Jan. 10, 1995.She was
born in Niihau, raised on Kauai and was known for her music with the Melelani Serenaders.She was a kapuna at Pearl CityElementrySchool.Survived by
husband, Harold N.; son Al K.; daughers, Queenie K. Kanakanui and Kehau
Nizo-Corrigan; granddaughters, Leialohaokeanuenue and Keolaalohaokalani;
brothers and sisters, Tom T, Minnie N., Roselynn k., Malia M. and
AbigailH.Burial: HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery.[Adv Jan. 12, 1995]
Beatrice Leinani Kauo, 54, of Honolulu died Jan. 2, 1995.She was
born in Honolulu.Survived by
daughters, Mrs. Timothy (Karen) Kittelberger of Georgia, Mrs. Anthony (Kathy)
Candelaria of Germany; son, Harry Jr.;
brothers, William Kanui of San Francisco, Joseph C. Mills, William K.
Mills, Wolfred Clarke, Clifford Clarke and George Clarke; sisters, Hannah Salas
and Luciana Agosto; six grandchildren;
ex-husband, Harry S. Kauo [Adv
Jan. 8, 1995]
Harry S. Kauo of Hauula died Dec
in St.FrancisHospital.Kauo, 58, was born in Honolulu.He is survived by son Harry K.;stepdaughters Karen Kettleberger and Kathy
Candelaria; sisters Estrella L. Ua, Shirley Whilhelm and Laverne Kekipi;
brothers Adrian Lewis, George Wilhelm and Randy Kekipi; 6 grandchildren.[SB 08/01/1996]
of Haleiwa, a Hickam Air Force Base retiree who also entertained at Waimea
Falls Park, died Dec. 24, 1995 in Wahiawa General Hospital.Kauwalu 78
was born in Waialua.He is survived by
sons David “Butchie” Sr.;Melvin L. Sr.
and Tarzone P.; daughters Yvonne U. Cox, Dansette L Setser and Yolanda A.
Borges; brothers Levi and Willis; 16 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren.
Joseph George Kauwe, 65, of Hawaiian Ocean View Estates, Hawaii, died Jan. 3, 1995.He was born
in Hawaii and was a security guard retired from Hawaii
Protective Association and member of Sovereighnty of Hawaii. Survived by wife,
Caroline Pua Kauwe; daughter, Elizabeth Kuluwaimaka; sons, George of Missouri,
David of South Point and Joseph of California; five grandchildren; four
great-grandchildren [Adv Jan. 7, 1995]
Kawada, 95, of Honolulu, died Jan.
He was born in Hiroshima, Japan, and was a retired
member of Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin Gojikai.Survived by sons, Jitsuo “Jits”and Wakao; nine
grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; daughter, Mrs. RodneyH. (Florence
C.) Takashige of California.[Adv Feb. 5,
Saburo Kawaguchi, 76, of Aiea, died Thursday,
Jan. 12, 1995
at Straub Clinic and Hospital.He was
born Feb. 7, 1918 in Makaweli, Kauai. He is survived by his
wife, Laura Ayako Kawaguchi;son,
Lawrence Takio (Ann Tokie) ; daughter, Mrs. Karl (Donna Midori)Ishikawa; 3 grandchildren, Jill and Christie
Kawaguchi and Nikki Tanaka; two sisters, Eleanor ToshikoHashimoto and
Mrs. John (Tatsuko)
Tamayose.He was the retired head
chef at Fisherman’s Wharf and was the recipient of the “Top Chef of Hawaii” award and also a
member of Honpa Hongwanji Gojikai andHiroshima Itsukaichi Kin Kai.[Adv Jan. 16,
Sadaichi Kawamoto, 96, of Honolulu, formerly of Lahaina, Maui,
died Jan. 1, 1995.He was born in Yamaguchi, Japan, and was a retired carpenter.Survived by son; Robert K.; daughter,
Matsuyo; one grandchild and two great-grandchildren[Adv Jan. 9, 1995]
Masato Kawashima, 77, of Wailuku, died Feb.
2, 1995.He was born in Olowalu and was the head judo
instructor at the Wailuku Hongwanji Mission.
Survived by wife, Doris I.; son, Melvyn T.; daughter WinifredS. Higa of Kailua; brother Shunso of Japan;
sister-in-law Ruth of Honolulu; four grandchildren; four
Kiyoshi Kaya, 85, of Waialua, died Feb.
He was born in Waialua and was retired from Waialua Sugar Co. Survived by sons,James I. and Allen
T.;daughter Florence T.; four grandchildren;
brother, Minoru of Japan.[Adv Feb.
Tsuyuno Kaya, 89, of Wahiawa, died Jan. 1, 1995.She was
born in Hiroshima, Japan, and was a member of the Shinshu Kyokai Fujinkai
and Wahiawa Hongwanji.Survived by sons,
Glen A. and George K.; sister, Mrs Shigeko Miyamoto of Japan; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
Pearl Leona Kealoha, 46, ofWaianae, died Jan.
at Queen’s MedicalCenter.She was bornAugust 8, 1948 in Honolulu.Survived by husband, Charles L.; sons, Damien
“Danny Boy” K.,Dominic “Kekoa”, Darin
“Sunshine” K.; daughter, Denise “Kanani” K.’ ;
mother, PearlP. Hao;brothers, Joseph O. Kaua of Washington, and
Herman Kl, Reed K., Rolland K.,and
Ronald K. Kaua; sister, Raynette L. Yockman; four grandchildren. Burial: HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery.[Adv Jan. 17,
Florence Garrett Keane, 71, of Wethersfield, CT, died Jan.
She was born in Boston and was a supervisor at
Kahi Mohala.She was also a staff nurse
at RehabHospital of the Pacific.Survived by daughters, Mrs.
Richard (Mary D.) Lum of Alaska,
Mrs. Ray (Connie) Janssen of California, Charlotte of Honolulu and Mrs. Tony
(Terrie)Wilson of New York; sons, Dick
of CT, Robert of NJ, Garry of NH and Paul of MA; sister, Mrs. Bob (Irene)Anderson of WA state; 17 grandchildren;
former husband, Richard M. Keane of Pittsfield, MA.[Adv Feb. 12,
Annie Kealohapauole Keao, 68, of Haleiwa, died Jan.
in Waianae. She was born Oct. 24, 1926 in Honolulu and retired from Wahiawa GeneralHospital.Survived by sons, Clifford (Dee) and Elmer
Mike (Laura); daughters, Mrs. Buddy (Jonnette) Kaluhiokalani, Mrs. Steve
(Thalia Ann Manu) Manildi of Arizona; 12 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren;
brother James Kealohapauole; sisters, Mrs. Carlos (Cecilia) Lando and Mrs.
Carol Chang. Burial: MililaniMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 3,
KennethE.Keith of Honolulu, an employee of St.FrancisHospital’s intensive care unit,
died Dec.31, 1995in Queen’s Hospital. Keith, 40, was
born in Illinois. He is survived by
father Charles W.;
mother Lucille F. Phillips, and brothers Dennis, Matthew and
Cliff. [SB Jan. 1996]
Gertrude Kekaha, 64, of Maui, died Jan. 1, 1995.She was
born June 2, 1930inHonolulu.Survived by
husband, Wilfred M. Sr. of Maui; sons, Roy (Mele) Cordeiro, Wilfred (Henrietta)
Kekaha Jr.; daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Barbara) Huffman, Mrs. Clifton (Lois Jean)Song and Mrs.
Santos (Brenda Lee) Cayaban, both of Maui; 11 grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren; brothers, Donald Gerard of Maui, Julian Tavares of Idaho
and Thomas Gerard; sisters, Juanity Burns, Leatrice Moon, Olfga Humalon and
Shirley DeSilva of Hawaii.[Adv Jan. 12, 1995]
Kealoha “Aunty Mina” Kelau, 79, of Hilo died19, 1995.
She was born in Paauilo and was a retired cook for Sky Chef.Survived by daughters, Clementina Martin ofMississippi, Agatha Harris, Cynthia Roberts
ofGeorgia; sons, Christopher Remigius
of Kalopa; hanai daughters,Adeline Kimi
and Donnalyn; hanai sons, Samuel
Kaililpaka, Derreck of Utah; sisters, Lily Kuiee and Isabel Young, both
of Oahu; 34 grandchildern; and 24 great-grandchildren.Burial: HomelaniMemorial Park.[AdvJan. 21, 1995]
David L. Kelii, 86 of Kahaluu, died Jan.
17, 1995.He was born in Honolulu.Survived by daughter, Angeline Kalahiki;
brothers, Francis and Lionel; sisters, Mabel Lopez, Elizabeth Kahapea and
Elizabeth Tai Hook; six grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. Burial: GreenHavenCemetery.[Adv Jan. 20,
Evelyn Kelly, 75, of Honolulu, died Feb.
She was a member of the Hawaii Yacht Club. Survived by husband, John; son Mike
of California; daughter, Kathy of California; brother, Sheldon Brady; sister,
Bernice Jackson; four grandchildren.
[Adv Feb. 25, 1995]
Josephine Malia Kenui, 57, of Hilo, died Jan. 5, 1995.She was
born July 16, 1937 in Waialua, Hawaii, and was employed with Wachehutt Security at HiloAirport. Survived by son, Ezekiel (Donna); daughter,
Noelani; parents, Santiago and Emily Villanueva; brothers, Fred (Laurita) and
Thomas (Maria); sister, Mrs. Richard (Ruby) Dela Cruz; hanai father, Thomas
Kenui; nine grandchildren.Burial: HawaiianMemorial
Park.[Adv Jan. 10, 1995]
Mildred Cockett Keough, 72, of Honolulu, died Feb.
She was born in Honolulu, and was a member of
the Roosevelt High School Alumni Association, Daughters of Hawaii and Kailua Outdoor Circle.Survived by daughters, Karen Bly of Texas, and Patricia Reeves ofAlabama; son,
Martin; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother Rudolph C.
Cockett [Adv Feb. 10,1 995]
Alice Kepa, 84, of Waimanalo, Hawaii, died Jan.
She was born in Kau, Hawaii and was a member of
Waimanalo Senior Citizens Group. Survived by sons, Roland, Wilfred, Frank and
Eugene; daughters, Jean Whaley and Ellen; 48 grandchildren; 95
great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren; sister Annie Kauhane.
Burial: HawaiianMemorialParkCemetery.[Adv Feb. 5,
Virginia Kida, 67, of Honolulu, died Jan.
at her home. She was born December 27, 1927 in Wailuku, Maui and was a member of the
Word of Life Christian Center.Survived
by husband, Theodore Y.; sons, Peter
(Dodi) Kaina of Maui, David and Jerome (Sarah) Kaina, Andrew (Amy) Kaina
and Albert Kaina, both of Maui; daughters, Virginia Kaina, Victoria Midado,
Mrs. Harry (Sharonnan) Nakatani, Mrs. Angel (Debra) Aspacio of Maui, Evangaline
Hoopii of Kauai, Mrs. John (Judyann) Keala of TN, stepson, Alan (Phyllis) Kida
of Honolulu; stepdaughters, Mrs. Brian (Marjorie)Ige, Mrs. Steven (Diane) Fukuda of Kaneohe;
sisters, CeciliaCabus of California and
Roselani Midado of Kauai; 36 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren.Inurnment: National Memorial Cemtery of the
Pacific.[Adv Jan. 21, (995]
infant son of Troy and Ruby Kihara, died todayDec. 31, 1995 in KapiolaniHospital. The baby was born on Dec.
inHonolulu. He is also survived bybrother Kalvin; and grandparentsJohn and Akiko Kihara, and EthelShimabuku.[SB 13/01/1996]
of Honolulu, a PunahouSchool retiree, died Wednesday,
Dec 27, 1995
at home.Kihewa, 76 is survived by wife
Caroline, sons George Nueku, Patrick and Samuel
Kihewa, Samuel Simeona and Merrill Seibold; daughters Martha Dobson,
Dorothy, Georgette and Violet Kihewa, Elizabeth Werner, Mary Taba and Oriana
Kalilimoku; brother William; sister Angeline Iokia, 41 grandchildren; 28
great-grandchildren. Burial: SunsetMemorial Park.[SB 01/01/1996]
Tamaka Kikkawa, 95, of Honolulu, died Feb.
21, 1995.She was born in Hiroshima, Japan and was a member of the
Honpa Hongwanji Goji Kai and
TakataGunjin Kai.Survived by sons, Richard K., Albert H.,
Ralph M. and Stanley Y.; daughters,Mrs. Mitsugi (Alice K.) Nishio, Mrs.
Mildred T. Katayama, Mrs. John (Clara Y. )Boone and Mrs.
Stanley (Grace S.) Kanda; 17 grandchildren;1 great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 28,1 995]
Michinori Kikudome, 77, of Honolulu died Jan.
21, 1995.He was born in Hakalau, Hawaii and was a retired ManoaElementary School custodia.Survived by wife, Torie; son, Jon N.;
daughters, Lynn I. and Gail M.;brother, Gary Y.; and sister, Mrs.
Satoru (Ruby) Ochi. [Adv Jan.
Preston Kilborn, 70, of Haleiwa, died Feb.
He was born on Maui. He retired from the U.S. Army civil service at
Hickam Air ForceBase
after 29 years of service. He was also a busoperator for MTL with 19 years of
service.Survived by wife, Mary S.;
sons, Wilfred P., Jeffrey M.K., David A.K., and Warren J.L.; daughters,Koren K.P.A. Hanneman and Evadne C.I.; eight
grandchildren; brother, VernonJ.Burial: HawaiiStateVeteransCemetery.[Adv Feb. 19,
“Donna” Bong Hee Kim, 89, of Honolulu, diedFeb. 24, 1995.She was born in Korea.Survived by daughters,Mrs. Florence Boulware, Mrs. Evelyn
Fukunaga and Mrs. Gilbert (Doris) Choi; eight grandchildren;seven great-grandchildren.Burial:Diamond HeadMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 28,
Edna Chung Sook Kim, 79, of Honolulu, died Feb.
4, 1995.She was born in Hawaii. Survived by brothers,
Richard C.M. and Kenneth C.C.; sister, Estrella C.S. Igarta.Burial; OahuCemetery.[Adv Feb. 18,
Moon Hi Kim, 73, of Hilo, died Jan.
17, 1995.He was born in Kapoho and was a retired truck
driver.Survived by sons, Larry
Suenishi, Paul Kim of CA; daughters, Beverly Owens of Oregon and Joyce Taosaka;
brother, Robert “Punchy”; sister, Soonie Lee; four grandchildren and a
great-grandchild.Burial: HawaiiState Veterans’ Cemetery,
Mililani died Dec. 27, 1995 in Queen’s
Hospital.Kim, 65, is survived by wife
Mike H.;daughter Cera J. Sunada; a
Thomas Kum Nam Kim, 84, of Waipahu, died Feb.
11, 1995.He was born in Honolulu.Survived by wife, Gladys
H.K.; sons, Thomas K.N. Jr. and Melvyn; daughters, Mrs. Philip (Sharon) Abe
and Mrs. Charles (Lynette) Ziegler of California; brothers, Edmund Kim and
Moses Park; sisters, Mary Choy and Margaret Ajifu; and eight grandchildren. Burial: MililaniMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 17,1 995]
Denichi “Jack” Kimoto, 88, of Honolulu, died Jan.
22, 1995.He was born in Ewa, Oahu, was a retiredtelevision
repairman and owner of Top T.V. Service. Survived by wife, Fusae “Billie”;brother,Yoshio; sisters, Mrs. Charles(Shizuyo) Wakida, Mrs. Fusako Muranaka and
Mrs.Kimie Noji.[Adv Feb.
Charles Susumu Kimura, 89, of Wailuku, died Feb.
He was born in Peahi, Maui.
Survived by wife, Doris; sons, Shuzo of Mililani and Richard H.Mitsuo of
Haiku; daughters, Mrs. Donald (Esther) Kanagaawa of Honolulu, Mrs.
Robert (Ruth)Nakasone of Kahului, Mrs.
Nancy Odagiri, Mrs. Joseph T.T. (Bertha) Hew Jr.; 14 grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren.Burial: MauiMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 9,
Elsie Harue Kimura, 90, of Honolulu, died Feb.
at the KuakiniMedicalCenter. She was born Feb. 12,
1905in Hamakua.Survived by sons,
Stanley (Mary), Donald (Ellen) and Edison; four grandchildren;and four great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 21,
HaruyoKimura, 87, of Waimea, Hawaii, died Jan. 11, 1995.She was
born in Paia, Maui and was a homemaker.She was a member of the Paauilo Kongoji
Mission.Survived by husband,Yutaka; sons, Samuel of Waimea, Thomas of
Hawi and Charles of Waimea; daughters, Mabel Ozaki of Waimea and Elaine Fujino
of Kealakekua; brother, Hichiro Uyeda of Waimea; sisters, Clara Ing of Honolulu
and TsuruyoYamamoto of Kealakekua;
sisters-in-law,Hanayo Uyeda of Hilo,
Shizuko Uyeda of Utah and Haruko Uyeda of Waimea; 15 grandchildren; 12
great-grandchildren.Burial: KamuelaJapaneseCemetery.[Av Jan. 13, 1995]
Takeshi“Take”Kimura, 67, ofHonolulu passed away on Feb.
at St. Francis Medical Center. He was born on June
in Honlolulu and was a retiredelectricalinspector for the City and County of Honolulu.Survived by wife, Bernice K. Kimur; son, Kurt
W.; brothers, Tadao (Charline) , Charles G. (Hazel); sisters, Mrs. Richard
(Sumiye) Nomiyama, Doris Sur and Jean Kimura. Burial: Valley of the TemplesCemetery.[Adv Feb. 4,
Hisae Kinoshita, 91, of Honolulu, died Feb.
She was born in Hilo. Survived by sons,
Clifford T., Walter H., Leslie S. and Bruce H.; daughter, Mrs. Thomas S. (Doris
Y.)Ito; 14 grandchildren;and 11
Hideko “Nancy” Kira, 78, of Aiea, died Jan. 4, 1995.She was
born in Kukuihaele, Hawaii, and was a retiredclerk typist forthe Hawaii Newspaper Agency and member of KoganjiTemple.Survived by
daughter, Mrs. Wallace Masaji (Karen Yukie) Kawakami; two grandchildren;
brothers, Takamichi Kishida and Tatsuo Kishida, both of Washington. [Adv Jan. 6, 1995]
Frank Tokio Kiriu, 62, of Honolulu, died Feb.
20, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and was a retired
electrician for Wasa Electrical Services.
He was also a member of the Hawaiian Electricians, Local 1186 and the
Gophers Golf Club.Survived by wife,
Betty Y.; son, Steven M.; daughter, Kathy E.; two grandchildren; brother,
Hisao; sister, Mrs. Robert (Beverly A.)Furuya.[Adv Feb.
Ruth Yoshiko Kishaba, 61, of Lihue, Kauai, died Jan. 2, 1995. She was a secretary retired from EleeleElementary
a member of the Hui Holomau Women’s Club of Lihue.Survived by husband, Edward; daughters, Mrs.
Dwayne (Avis) Sakata and Mrs. Daniel (Joy) Funakoshi, both of Honolulu, brothers,
John Oshiroof Florida, Sadao Oshiro of
Kaneohe, Yoshinobu Oshiro of Honolulu and Thomas Oshiro of California; sisters,
Mrs. James (Hideko) Kohatsu and Mrs. Ed (Annie) Motoyama, both of California;
two granddaughters [Adv Jan. 5, 1995]
James “Jimmy” Kingo Kishida, 65, of Honolulu, died Jan.
at KuakiniMedicalCenter. He was born May
in Honolulu and retired from
Eastman Kodak.He was a member of the
Koboji Shingon Mission.Survived by
wife, Alice Hatsue Jones Kishida; sons, Alan K. (Sandy) of Utah, Dyck K.
(Wendy), Jim K.,and Keevan K;
daughters, Mrs. Reginald H. (Donnajean)
Sunada, Mrs. Patsyann H. Costa, and Mrs. Peter (Paula) Young;brother, Paul H.; sisters, Mrs. Mitsuo
(Yoshiko) Matsuo of Japan and Alice T.; 11 grandchildren; three
Takeko Kishiba-Sonoda aka Takeko Sonoda, 77, of Pearl City, died Jan.
at the KapiolaniMedicalCenter at Pali Momi.She was born Nov.
in Honolulu. She is survived by
daughters, Mrs. Rodney (Sharon S.) Ishii and Sandra Sonoda;grandson, Jaren Ishii; brothers, BorisSeiko Kishaba, Seiyo Kishaba and Seiden
(Olga) Kishaba of California. She was a member of the Mahekare.
Stanley Shunji Kishimoto, 88, of Waipahu, died Feb.
12, 1995.He was born in Hiroshima, Japan, retired from Oahu
Sugar Co., and a member of Waipahu Hongwanji and Waipahu Senior Citizen’s
Club.Survived by sons,Richard A. of San Francisco and Charles T.;
daughter,Mrs. Masao (GladysT.) Tamashiro; brother, Kiyomi; 10
five great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb.
Takeo “Take” Kishimoto, 62, of Honolulu, died Feb.
at his residence.He was bornJul 11, 1927 in Piihonua, Hawaii and was a cook forthe former King’s Bakery and a member ofof the Nago Chojin Kai.Survived by wife,Ethel T.; sons, Dayton Kim Kryo
(Pamela) of Ilinois, Bruce Takeo (Noreen Fumie) andArnold Kenji; daughter, Cynthia H.; brothers,
Masaru Toguchi of California, Walter K.Kishimoto, RichardN. Oganeku of California andSam I. Oganeku; sisters,Mrs. Miyoko Yagi, Mrs. Tomoyo Kaneshiro, Mrs.
Edmund (Sarah Y.) Mitchell. Mrs. Soki (Chieko)Kamiyama of California, Mrs. Nobu ( FlorenceF.)
Miyashiro of Ilinois,
Mrs. Sterling (Kay K.) Suga of CaliforniaandMrs. Takashi (Jane S.)Makinoda of California;a granddaughter.Inurnment: NationalMemorialCemetery of the Pacific.[Adv Feb. 7,
Kame Kiyan, 86, ofWahiawa, died Feb.
22, 1995Wahiawa GeneralHospital.She was born Apr. 25, 1908in Okinawa, Japan, and was a member of
Wahiawa Hongwanji and Fujinkai, Wahiawa Kyoyu Kai and WahiawaKojukai.
Survived by sons,Kiyoshi,
Herbert, Ralph N., Isao of Hilo, Gary; daughters,Setsuko Nakasone, Elsie Hirayama, Betsy
Sagara; 22 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; two
Audrey Shew Quon Knock, 69, of Honolulu,diedFeb. 16,
at Queen’s MedicalCenter.He was born Jan.
in Honolulu and was a member ofthe Pearl Harbor
Naval Shipyard Navy Publications and Printing
Co.Survived by sons, Warren andAllen; daughters,
Mrs. Nixon (Elizabeth) Medina, Mrs. John
(Antoinette)Affonso and Nora Knock;
stepson, DustinPlunkett; sisters, Mary
Go, Nora Mew andVivian Matsumoto; 12
great-grandchild. BuriL: Valley of the TemplesMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 20,
Robert LeilehuaIosia Ko, 56, of Honolulu, died Jan.
28, 1995.He was born in Honolulu and was a roller
operator with Hawaiian Bitumuls Co.
Survived bywife, Edith;sons, Shane,
Sterling andStyles Oana;
daughters, Stanette Takeuchi and Sheldeen Ronia; 19 grandchildren; two
great-grandchildren; brothers, William, Benjamin and Lui Ko.Burial: Diamond HeadMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 7,
Sue Kobashigawa, 38, of Kaneohe, died Jan.
31, 1995.She was born on Kauai and worked at StraubHospital.Survived by husband, Kenneth;son, Aaron;
daughters, MichelleSilva, Delcie
Silva, Kristin Kobashigawa; mother, Bertha Kihei;stepfather, Henry Kihei; sisters, Kathi
Montanye, Carol Correa,LindaMajalca, Joann Tolentino and TrishaFragas. Burial: HawaiianMemorialParkCemetery.[Adv Feb. 2,
Kenneth StephenKolchak, 47, of Honolulu, formerly of South
Amboy, NJ, died Feb. 18, 1995. He was born in Perth Amboy, NJ and was employed as a
senior programmer analyst at Bank of Hawaii.
mother, Julia Kolchak of NJ; brother, George Jr. of Texas, sister, CarolynRheam of
88, of Wailuku, died Thursday at Hale Makua in Wailuku.He is survived by hiswife Masae;
sons George H., Charles T. and Stanley K.; brothers Susumu and Tetsuo; sisters Sadame L. Hee and Betty. S. Leong six
grandchildren and one great-grandson.
Private services were held. [Adv Jan.
Hisako“Judy” Komo of Honolulu, died Jan.
22, 1995.She is survived by sons, Darryl and Lance; daughters, Mrs. Chris (Joy)
Ojiri and Mrs. Alan (Lori) Yamada; brother, Kiyoshi Miyamoto; sisters, Setsuko
Kuramoto and Rose Scharpff;two
Jane TerukoKomori, 70, of Wahiawa, died Feb.
at her residence.She was born Mach 22,
1924 in Waialua, Oahu, and was retired fromth Army-Air Force Exchange at FortSchafter, and Bank of Hawaii
Computer Center.She was a a member of
Wahiawa Hongwanji and Fujinkai, Rainbow Club,and Hui O Iliwai Kumiai.Survived by husband, Yukio; sons Eric K. and
Roger E. of Australia; brothers, Masaichi Kunimitsu, Kenichi and Ted S.
Kunimitsu; sisters, Mrs. Katsumi(Leatrice)
Nomura, and Mrs. Clarence (Barbara)
Barbara Michiyo Komoto, 67, of Honolulu, died Jan. 7, 1995.She was
born in Honolulu. Survived by son, Kevin M.; daughter, Mrs. Ronald
K. (Amy M.) Suda and Marsha M. Fujimori; eight grandchildren; brother, Shigeru
Tsubota of California; sisters, Mrs. Bessie I. Murashige, Mrs. Hachiro
(Sumiya)Tanabe, Mrs. Florence F. Anabe
and Mrs. George S. (Marjorie S.) Hirasaki; sisters-in-law,
Mrs. Alice S. Tsubota and Mrs. Kimiko Tsubota.[Adv Jan. 11, 1995]
Jerome Kosmicki, 53, of Lahina, Maui died Jan.19, 1995.He was employed by Tom and Nancy Hecocks of
Lahina. There are no known
Kanoe Koyanagi, 96, ofWailuku, Maui, died Jan.
20, 1995.She was born in Fukuoka, Japan.Survived by sons, Kazuo,Yoshio and Yoshimatsu; daughters, Mrs.
Isami (Tsukamoto of Honolulu and Mrs. Michael
(Yuriko) Ajifu of Waipahu; 14 grandchildren;
17 great-grandchildren.[Adv Jan.
Clara K. Kuof
Hoolehua, Molokai, died Sunday Dec 31, 1995 at
home. Ku, 84, was born in Mapulehu, Molokai.She is survived by sonsWilliam
"Honeyboy" and Testa; daughters Louise
"Sista" and Clara "Sweetheart"; sister Emma
Boykamski;brothersThomas and Frank
Rodrigues; 19 grandchildren; 25
great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. Service: tomorrow at theChurch of
Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints in
Kalamaula, Moloka .Call after Burial: Homelani cemetery.
Moses “Moke”Kuahiwinui Sr., 65,of Hawaiian Beaches, Hawaii, died Feb.
13, 1995.He was born in Opihihale, South Kona, Hawaii, was a commercial
fisherman and member of Sons of Puna, and Pohoiki and BigIsland fisherman’s
associations.Survived by wife, Mary
“Malia”; sons, Mervin of Keaukaha, June of Japan,and Gary; daughters, Kealoha “Kay”Hanato, Ah Lan Makuakane of Pahoa, Sharon
Tamaki, Corrina McGuire and Bernadine Keaukaha; brother, Edward“Ula”
of Opihikao; sister, Maraea Mahi of Kona; 24 grandchildren; and fivegreat- grandchildren,[Adv Feb. 16,
Sufia “Sophee” Kualaau, 58, of Kaneohe, died Feb.
23, 1995.She was born on Maui.Survived by husband, John K.; daughters,
Jayleen H.K. Morgan, Eunice U. and Yolanda K.; son, Jamee K.; mother, Loretta
Yap;brothers, Leroy,Herman and Anthony Yap; sisters, Harriett
Taua, Barbara Kaholokua, Theresa
Honokapu and Evangeline Bevins; two grandchildren. Burial: GreenhavenCemetery, Kaneohe.[Adv Feb. 25,
Kimiko “Kimi” Kubo, 91, of Honolulu, formerly of Diamond Head Road, died Jan.
14, 1995.She was born in Honolulu and was a longtime cook
for the Alexander family.Survived by
husband, Shinichi;sons, Richard S.,
James M. and Francis S.; daughter, Mrs. Jean Y. Tsai; 11 grandchildren; and 14
great-grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Yoshiko Watanabe.[Adv Jan. 19,
Elinor D. Kuebitz of Honolulu, ,retired
chief pharmacistforthe Hawaii
State Hospital., died Dec. 26, 1995; in KuakiniHospital. Kuebitz, 87, was
born in .New York.She is survived by sons Herman, Karl and Bernard; daughter Jane McKnight; and 19 ;grandchildren. Graveside service: tomorrow
at Nuuanu Memorial ParkMortuary. Casual attire.[SB 03/01/1996]
Alice Mary Kuhlmann, 87, of Arvada, CO, died Jan. 3, 1995.Born in Denver, she received her master’s in education from the University of Hawaii
and was a former elementary school teacher in the Hawaii public school system and a member of the Honolulu
Symphony Association.Survived by
daughter, Rebecca A.; niece, Lorna Hope DeClue of California; nephew, Ellsworth of Colorado[Adv Jan. 8, 1995]
Betty Louise Kukonu, 60, of Kahaluu, died Feb.
at her residence.She was bornApril 5, 1934 in Hilo and was a member of St.
Ann Catholic Church and did volunteer work for the Oahu Civil Defense
Agency.Survivedby husband, Henry T. Kukonu; son,
Henry P.; daughters, Mrs. Steven L. (Shirley A.) Torres, Mrs. MarcA. (Lucette
L.)Bassie; eight grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren; brothers,Paul R. Hart Jr. of Kentucky, Simon J. and Lary
Aiu.Burial: Valley of the TemplesMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 21,
Peter Kalei Kumaewa, 88, of Honolulu, died Feb.
6, 1995.He was born in Lahina, and was a state
Highways Division mason for 34 years.Survived b son, Terrence; five grandchildren; two
great-grandchildren; sisters, Mary Keanui and Emma Chun.Burial: GreenhavenMemorial Park.[Adv Feb. 9,
James Shigeto Kume, 81, of Honolulu, diedFeb. 10, 1995. He was born in Honolulu. Survived by son, James
L. Jr.; daughter, Mrs. Richard (Pauline)
Carvalho; five grandchildren; brothers,
Richardof California of Hideo of
Guam; sisters, Mrs. George (Mary) Fujiwara of California, Mrs. Kenneth (Helen)
Kokubun and Mrs. Verda McKeague of Hilo.
[Adv Feb. 2, 1995]
Janet “Jean”J. Kuni, 69, of Honolulu, diedJan. 21, 11995.She was born in Honolulu.Survived by daughters, Mrs. Victoria Dequair
of Hilo, Mrs. Ethel Brooks of San Diego,
and Kathleen Kuni;son,
VictorNotrangelo Jr.; 10 grandchldren;
nine great-grandchildren; brother, James E. Souza; sister, DorothyM. Deluiz.
[Adv Jan. 25, 1995]
Sasayo Kunimura, 81, of Koloa, Kauai, died Jan. 8, 1995.She was a
retired Suoka Store helper.Survived by
husband, Shigenori; daughter, Joan; sisters, Masayo Nakamura of Port Allen,
Mrs. Kazuyoshi (Toyoko) Kurasaki and Satsuyo Yamada.[Adv Jan. 10, 1995]
Violet T. Kupukaa, 85, of Honolulu, died Jan. 9, 1995. She was born in Kapaa, Hawaii, and was past president of VFW #1540 Auxillary and
chairman of the state VFW membership. She was a member of the Lei Sellers
Association.Survived by husband, Zoilo
A.; sons, Harry Boyd of California, Elijah Boyd and Walter Oba; daughters, Mrs.
Henry (Anna) Alvaro,Mrs. Arthur (Alice)
McElwain of Connecticut, Mrs. Rodney (Rose) Aki and Mrs. Lawrence (Harriet)
Dunbar; 31 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; brothers, Wah Sum Tom and Kam
Chew Tom, both of San Francisco.Burial:
Hawaii State Veteran Cemetery.[Adv Jan. 13, 1995]
KenichiKurata, 73, of Aiea, died Feb.
in Honolulu.He was born in Sep.
24, 1921Waipahu and was a retired
carpenter foreman.Survived by wife,
Gladys T.;sons, Roy K. and Randall;
daughers, Rachel Watari of Kaua and Mrs. Juan (Karen) Roldan; seven
grandchildren and a great grandchild; brothers, Horace K., Wallace and Clifford
I; sisters, Tora Kobayashi, Shizuyo Takasaki and GraceSagami of California.[Adv Feb. 22,
Alita Blanche Kurshals, 71, of Kaneohe died Jan. 1, 1995.She was born in Detroit, MI and was a U.S.
Air Force veteran who served during World War II and retired chief accountant
at Queens Medical Center.Survived by
son, Sean Troyer; daughters, Denise Prietto-Martinez of California and Lisa
Michaels; six grandchildren.Burial:
National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.
[Adv Jan. 5, 1995]
Daisy ShizukoKuwaye, 70, of Hilo, died Feb.
9,1995.She was born in Pepeekeo, Hawaii, was a homemaker and
member of the Church of the Holy Cross, Hui Okinawa, Reach to Recovery Club and
Mililani Kumiai Extension.Survived by
son, Glenn; brother, Bob N. Nakasone.; sisters, Masako and Sueky Goya, both of
Honolulu, and Amy Shiroma and Mildred Uchima, both of Hilo; and five
grandchildren. [Adv Feb.