Honolulu Advertiser & Star-Bulletin Obituaries

January 1 - December 31,  2002

 

 

 

 

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JUAN "JOHNNY" CABALCE, 74, of Wahiawa, died Dec. 30, 2002. Born in Hamakua, Honoka'a, Hawai'i. A supervisor with the Department of Army, Small Arms Repair. Survived by wife, Agnes; sons, John "Tiny," Kenneth, Terrance and Eugene; daughters, Brenda Inamine, Johanna Matono and Joella Weyand; brothers, Dipolo "Dip" Cabalse, Moses "Moki" Cabalse, Abraham "Abe" Bonoan, Pete Cabalse and Douglas "Sonny" Bonoan; sisters, Mercedes "Mercy" Pabro, Dolores "Shirley" Satterlee and Caroline Bonoan; 13 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Wahiawa Christian Church; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 to 11:45 a.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 11:45 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Flowers welcome. Aloha attire.     [Adv 05/01/2003]

 

PAQUITO CALIXTERIO CABALO, 83, of Kalihi, died July 30, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. A Philippines farmer. Survived by wife, Jacinta; sons, Renato, Emilio and Jacinta; daughter, Coletta Viray; brother, Flor; sister, Atelana; 24 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Oahu Cemetery chapel; service 7:30 p.m. No flowers. Burial later in the Philippines. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.     [Adv 13/8/2002]

 

TIMOTIO CARLOS CABAN JR., 67, of Sunnyvale, Calif., died Oct. 18, 2002. Born in Kahuku. Survived by wife, Rowena; sons, Timothy, Bryan and Keith; daughter, Sherrill; two grandchildren; brothers, Orlino, Lorencio, Jaime and Benjamin; sisters, Carolina, Sally, Josephine and Marilyn. Service and burial held in California. Arrangements by Wyant & Smith Funeral Home and Crematory.    [Adv 01/11/2002]

 

NELLIE K. CABANBAN, 73, of Kaunakakai, Moloka'i, died Oct. 1, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by children, Ricky, Danny, Piilani Shichida, Sheila Calaona, Hymie Castro Jr., and Freddie and Fiette Farias; nine grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; sister, Rachael Kalima; brothers, John Kalau Sr. and Samuel Kopoi. Memorial gathering 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park chapel. Visitation also 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Sophia Catholic Church, Moloka'i; Mass 11 a.m.; scattering of ashes to follow at Kapa'akea, Moloka'i. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.   [Adv 14/10/2002]

 

PABLO C. CABANIT, 84, of Wahiawa, died Jan. 2, 2002. Born in Lungog, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Survived by wife, Maximina; sons, Juanito, Amor and Romeo; daughter, Carmen Hernandez; 14 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; brother, Alejandro; sisters, Vicenta Cabanit and Lorenza Cereno. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Makai Chapel; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 14/1/2002]

 

SCOTT KEONE CABANLET, 30, of Honolulu, died Sept. 18, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A maintenance worker. Survived by sons, Bryson and Brett; parents, Kawai and Roy Smith; brothers, Kalei and Kelly; sisters, Reese and Chelsie; grandmother, Gertrude Apio. Visitation 10 a.m. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, service 12:15 p.m.; burial 1 p.m. Aloha attire.      [22/9/2002]

 

FLORDELINA DAGDAGAN CABANTING, 62, of Mililani, died Oct. 7, 2002. Born in Badoc, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Survived by husband, Marcelino; daughter, Elena Sakugawa; mother, Patricia Dagdagan; sisters, Emiliana Recide, Celedonia Acosta, Norma Madriaga and Mila Madrid; brothers, Emeterio "Julian" and Jun Dagdagan. Visitation 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at St. Joseph Church; Mass noon; burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.   [Adv 30/10/2002]

 

LEIMOMI SAMANTHA CABANTING , infant daughter of Levy and Katherine Cabanting, died May 7, 2002. Born in Waimea, Hawai'i. Also survived by brother, Alika Merck; sister, Alexis Merck; grandparents, Muriel Cabanting and Keakealani Merck. Private family service held. Ashes to be scattered at a later date. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.        [Adv 2/6/2002]

 

ALEJANDRO GARCES CABAONG, 79, of Kaunakakai, Moloka'i, died Nov. 27, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Survived by wife, Felipa; daughters, Shirley Kudrich, Nena Bali and Marilyn Moyers-Cabaong. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. today at Saint Sophia Catholic Church, Kaunakakai. Visitation also from 8 a.m. tomorrow at the church; Mass 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Kapa'akea Cemetery.     [Adv 06/12/2002]

 

FAUSTO CABASAG, 97, of Wahiawa, died Feb. 24, 2002. Born in Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines. A supervisor retired from Kahuku Sugar Plantation. Survived by sons, Manuel, Vicente and Charles; daughters, Dinah VanWinkle and Trinidad Canencia; 18 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; 17 great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; prayer service 10:15 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire.    [Adv 6/3/2002]

 

Francisco "Ecoy" Cabasag, 75, of Georgia died April 5 in Henry Medical Center, Georgia. He was born in Watertown. He is survived by daughters Lori Leilani Cabasag Oliver and Dorie Lena Cabasag Smith; son Francisco Jr.; sisters Angelina Calivo, Rosalina Bolos, Marjorie Buier and Martha Pajente; brothers Henry, Vernon and Larry; and seven grandchildren. Memorial services: 7 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Waipahu.   [SB 18/4/2002]

 

MANUELA ESPIRITO CABASAG, 95, of Honolulu, died Oct. 1, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Survived by son, Juanito; daughters, Andrea Cabiles and Conchita Laeno; eight grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Mary Pacol and Gregoria Ramos. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at St. Anthony Church; Mass 11 a.m. Burial to follow at 12:30 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 08/10/2002]

 

ANDREW A, CABATO, 35, of Wahiawa, died Feb, 15, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. Dirt bike rider. Survived by brothers, Henry and Robert; sisters, Jackie, Janice Esver, Judy Stohr and Joyce Kikila. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 7 p.m. Burial 10:30 a.m. Monday at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

BASILIO B. CABATO, 92, of Honolulu, died March 30, 2002. Born in Bopilar, Santa Cruz, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Survived by sons, Benjamin, Gary, Steven and Spencer; daughters, Jean "Keikiali'i" Cabato-San-Filippo, Pauline "Lani" Hidalgo and Sandrina "Ilima" De-La-Cruz; 14 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Visitation 8 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 10 a.m. Burial 12:45 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire.   [Adv 02/04//2002]

 

BRANDEL HIKIA-LANI CABEBE, 14, of Honolulu, died Oct. 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by parents, Randy Cabebe and Reynette Baguio; sister, Antoinette; brother, Matthew-Tyson; grandmother, Marcelina Domingo. Visitation 8 to 10 a.m. Friday at Full Gospel Temple; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.        [Adv 20/10/2002]

 

DAWN L. CABERO, also known as EMMA KEALOHA HIKALEA, 72, of Honolulu, died Sept. 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Queen's Medical Center telecommunications operator. Survived by sons, David Keasler and William "Dutch" Becker; daughter, Carol Mikasobe; 15 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; memorial service noon. No flowers. Aloha attire.   [Adv 01/10/2002]

 

JOHN "JOHNNY" CABERO, 85, of Kahului, died Nov. 19, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. A retired tractor operator at HC&S Company. A member of Christ The King Church. Survived by wife, Baltazara; daughter, Roseanne Cabana; sister, Paulina; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 6-9 p.m. Friday at Christ The King Church; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 to 11 a.m. next Saturday; Mass 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Maui Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick/Norman's Mortuary.      [Adv 07/12/2002]

 

CONSTANCIO AROBAN CABEZAS, 52, of Honolulu, died Jan. 10, 2002. Born in Mindinao, Philippines. A baker. Survived by wife, Anastacia; sons, Joseph, Raymond, Roger, Jeremias and Jessie; brother, Henry. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 16/1/2002]

 

MAXINE BEDRO CABIARA, 66, of Waipahu, died Dec. 23, 2002. Born in Waipahu. Member of St. Joseph Church. Survived by son, Anthony; daughter, Leatrice Sheldon; sister, Faye Rubio; hanai sister, June Nakachi; granddaughter, Janelle Sheldon. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph Church; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Wednesday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Mauka Chapel; service 11:45 a.m.; cemetery committal 1 p.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.      [Adv 06/01/2003]

 

FELIPE GARCES CABICO, 79, of Honolulu, died July 3, 2002. Retired Royal Construction Landscaping Co. nurseryman. Survived by wife, Lydia; sons, Nestor and Ruben; sister, Consuelo. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Catholic Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa; Mass 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 15/7/2002]

 

PRIMITIVO CALPITO CABICO , 74, of Honolulu, died April 18, 2002. Born in Nagbukel, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. A retired warehouseman for Hickam Air Force Base. Survived by wife, Lucrecia "Lucy"; daughters, Nora Palmer and Norma Gima; three grandchildren; brothers, Pablo, Cristobal and Ricardo. Visitation 10 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 27/4/2002]

 

URBANO CALPITO CABICO, 79, of 'Ewa, died Oct. 23, 2002. Born in Dasay, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Retired carpenter. Survived by companion, Fely Cristobal; sons, Michael Ariota, Renaldo Cabico, Vergilio Cabico and Leo Cristobal Jr.; daughters, Elizabeth Crumpton and Margaret Robeson. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Immaculate Conception Church, 'Ewa Beach; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 11/11/2002]

 

WILLIE MANZANO CABICO, 56, of Waipahu, died Dec. 27, 2002. Born in Nagbukel, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Unisea Fisheries, Alaska, employee. Survived by wife, Milagros; sons, Warren and Glenn; daughter, Sherilyn; four granddaughters. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Church, Waipahu; Mass 9:45 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 30/01/2003]

 

DAVID "KAWIKA" ROLAND CABILES, 47, of Kihei, Maui, died Dec. 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Dry waller for R.K. Wootin Co. Survived by wife, Theresa "Terri"; mother, Josephine; sons, Oliver and Ryan; stepson, James Kanoa; stepdaughters, Annette Lindsay and Shawna Aoki; brothers, Philip Jr., Rodney and Daryle; sisters, Veronica "Linda" Benkman, Donna Marie Ho and Constance; grandfather, Pedro Pahinte; grandmother, Marie Alizna; two grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Rosary Catholic Church; Mass 10 a.m.; cremation to follow. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.   [Adv 31/12/2002]

 

RANDOLPH "RANDY" LOUIS CABILES, 45, of Wailuku, Maui, died Jan. 7, 2002. Born in Honolulu. An automobile body and fender repairman. Member of St. Anthony Catholic Church and a fisherman. Survived by father, Adolfo; mother, Pacita Madolora; brothers, Adolfo, Derrick, Daniel and Andres. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at St. Anthony Catholic Church; prayer service 7 p.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ballard Mortuary.   [Adv 13/1/2002]

 

Wilmar J. Cablay, 33, of Haiku, Maui, a Maui Pineapple Company truck driver, died Feb. 20, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He was born in Tagudin, Ilocos Sur, the Philippines. He is survived by son Isaiah Joseph Cablay Hufalar, parents Alfredo and Lolita, and brothers Teddy and Arlito. Wake: 7:30 p.m. Friday at Norman's Chapel. Funeral services: 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Rosary Church. Call after 6 p.m. Friday and after 9 a.m. Saturday. Burial to follow at Valley Isle Memorial Park Cemetery.   [SB 3/3/2002]

 

EDWARD GUILLERMO CABLINGA JR., 53, of Honolulu, died June 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A theater manager for Kahala, Cinerama, Varsity, Pearl IV and Marina Theatres. Survived by wife, Theresa; daughters, Marcianna "Leina'ala," Tracie "Ka'iulani" and Edie "Nalani" Cablinga-Kaneshiro; sisters, Bernadine Dias, Christine "Leimomi" Cablinga and Leonora "Nora" Cablinga; brother, Joseph Bulgo. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Star of the Sea Church; Mass 10 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.      [Adv 8/6/2002]

 

THEODORE "TEDDY" CABOS SR. , 75, of Kula, Maui, died June 3, 2002. Born in Pa'ia, Maui. Retired electrical supervisor with Alexander & Baldwin. Survived by wife, Genevieve; son, Theodore Jr.; daughter, Jocelyn Mendes-Paishon; brother, Manuel; sisters, Isabella Pico, Mary Perreira, Mary Entilla, Caroline Calasa, Rosie Mendoza and Cecelia Joaquin; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Christ The King Catholic Church; service 7:30 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the church; Mass 10 a.m. Burial at Maui Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.      [Adv 12/6/2002]

 

ALBINO CORDERO CABOTAJE JR. , 36, of Honolulu, died May 11, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Iloocos Sur, Philippines. Survived by parents, Albano and Bella; brother, Roger; sister, Perlita Tabil. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 9:15 a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of the Mount; Mass 9:15 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.     [Adv 16/5/2002]

 

ANTONE "TONY" CABRAL, 73, of Ho-nolulu, died Oct. 15, 2002. Born in 'O'okala, Hawai'i. A retired coordinator for Kaneda's Caterers. Survived by brothers, Frank and George; sisters, Ann Glynn, Adeline Snyder and Jessie Borge; caregiver/niece, Paulette Torres. Visitation 10 a.m. tomorrow at Star of the Sea Church; Mass 11 a.m.; inurnment 12:45 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.    [Adv 24/10/2002]

 

BEATRICE S. CABRAL, 72, of Kane'ohe, died Jan. 15, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A paramedical assistant for Hawai'i State Hospital, Kane'ohe. Survived by sons, Paul, Dan, Edward and Carter; daughters, Beatrice Longstaff and Ruby Scalamogna; nine grandchildren; a great-grandchild; brothers, George Kapeliela and Solomon Kapeliela Jr.; sisters, Kaluhi Lum and Emily McRae. Visitation 6 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also from 7:30 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary; burial 9 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.      [Adv 20/1/2002]

 

JOSEPH "UNCLE JO" CABRAL, 65, of Wai'anae, died July 1, 2002. Born in 'Ele'ele, Kaua'i. A retired handyman. Survived by wife, Lisa Crawford; sons, Joseph Troy, Cedric Cabral, Antone "Tony" Cabral, Gerald and Reginald Cabral; daughter, Roxanne; 19 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brothers, Antone "Tony" Jr., Abel and Thomas; sisters, Marie Ferill and Nancy Morolt; mother of his children, Maxine Kehiliolokai. Private service. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 18/7/2002]

 

MARIA CABRAL, 79, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i died Feb. 5, 2002. Born in Ele'ele, Kaua'i. A housekeeper for Tip Top. Survived by husband, Paul; daughters, Priscilla Poller, Cissy Gipolan and Estrella Pasion; son, Richard Cabangcla; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Memorial service 4 p.m. Saturday at Kapa'a Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary. [Adv 12/2/2002]

 

MELVIN LOUIS KAIPO CABRAL, 57, of Honolulu, died March 8, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Kanya; sons, Michael and Robert "Kalani"; daughters, Parichart "Polly" Cabral and Katherine Wilderman; brother, Anthony; sisters, Marie Stender, Winona Makinney, Charleen "Blinky" Mailolo and Bernadette Ah Chong; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.     [Adv 27/3/2002]

 

SHIRLEY FRANCES CABRAL, 81, of Honolulu, died Jan. 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A Lanakila Crafts crafter and Maluhia Pace Program participant. Survived by son, Robert Anthony; daughters, Sylvia Combis and Shirley La'a; seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.       [Adv 30/1/2002]

 

AMBROSIO GINES CABRERA, also known as AMBROSIO GINES CABRARA, 88, of Wai'anae, formerly of Seattle, died July 11, 2002. Born in Narvacan Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Retired merchant marine for the federal government. Survived by brothers, Inocencio and Lino; sisters, Aurea Sambajon and Cardidad Cabonce. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Monday at Sacred Heart Church, Wai'anae; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 23/7/2002]

 

ELPIDIO "BEAR" BARRY CABRERA JR., 51, of Honolulu, died Feb. 13, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Owner of Mana Trucking Co. Survived by wife, Holly; sons, Kealii and Austin; daughter, Candace Fujiwara; brothers, Miguel, Harry, Mario, Fred and Russell; sisters, Cindy and Queenie; stepmother, Virginia Cordeiro; two grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 9 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 18/2/2002]

 

ALFREDO CAMBE CABUDOL , 81, of Wailuku, Maui, died June 19, 2002. Born in Narabacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Employed by the Maui Marriott laundry department. Survived by hanai son, Eduardo "Eddie" Manlansing; brothers, Melencio and Larry; a hanai grandson. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Ballard Family Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Cremation to follow. Visitation from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday; service 10 a.m. Casual attire.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

EDUARDO VERGARA CABUENAS, 63, of Waipahu, died Dec. 9, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Survived by wife, Presentacion; sons, Robert, Jimmy, Guadalope, Melvin and Edward; daughter, Noriebelle; brother, Pepito; sisters, Coronado Cabuenas, Dionisea Cabradilla and Vecinta Cabiladas; five grandchildren. Visitation from 6 p.m. today at Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church, Waipio; Mass 7 p.m. Burial at a later date in the Philippines. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 13/12/2002]

 

VICENTE CABBAB CABULOY SR., 66, of Waipahu, died Oct. 11, 2002. Born in San Pablo, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Retired from Hawaii Care and Cleaning Inc. Survived by wife, Cecilia; sons, Dominador, Braulio, Samuel, Mario and Vicente; daughters, Mila Burcena, Susan Delos Santos and Elizabeth Cabuloy; 17 grandchildren; brothers, Emilio, Avelino and Miguel; sisters, Rosita Coloma, Minda Cabuloy, Merced Cabuslay and Baby Cabuloy. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 9:45 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 31/10/2002]

 

JOSEPHINE KEAU MAHI "TUTU" "LADY" CACABELOS, 72, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died April 4, 2002. Born in Kapehu Homestead, Hawai'i. Retired as a replanting equipment operator at Hamakua Sugar Co. Survived by husband, Fidencio; sons, Ronnie, Alexander and Laurence; daughters, Lillian Rosati and Rita Carvalho; hanai son, Pohaku Kahoohanohano; brother, Arthur Mahi; sisters, Helen Elisaga, Annie Mokiao and Mary Reyes; grandchildren; great-grandchildren. Visitation noon Saturday at the family residence, 44 W. Na'auao Way, Hilo. Overnight vigil. For more information, call 961-4442. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10 a.m. Monday at the mortuary; burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 11/4/2002]

 

BERNARDO CACAL CACAL, 63, of Honolulu, died April 10, 2002. Born in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Survived by wife, Maria; daughters, Pacita Young and Susana Rivera; son, Cresencio; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary; Mass 11:30 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.    [Adv 30/4/2002]

 

PASTOR CADAOAS CACALDA, 85, of Kahului, Maui, died April 10, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Retired from Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. as an irrigator. Survived by son, Rogelio; daughter, Loreta Pacubas; sister, Babiana; hanai son, Pablo Cabuena; three grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Christ the King Catholic Church; service 7:30 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 9 a.m. Saturday at the church; Mass 9 a.m.; burial 10:30 a.m. at Valley Isle Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.   [Adv 17/4/2002]

 

MELCHOR CABEBE CACATIAN, 86, of Mountain View, Hawai'i, died April 11, 2002. Born in Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Farm laborer. Survived by sons, Melencio, Victor, Daniel and Samson; daughters, Zenaida Alba, Monica Armastejera, Manuela "Nely" Aquino and Lolita Islaias; brother, Gregorio; sister, Ulallia; 20 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Graveside services 10 a.m. Saturday at Alae Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo, Hawai'i.    [Adv 30/4/2002]

 

TITO P. CACHIN, 79, of Waimanalo, died Jan. 1, 2002. Born in Santa Barbara, Pangasinan, Philippines. A retired farmer. Survived by wife, Lydia; sons, Nestor, Mario, Lito, Victor and Elmer; daughters, Fe Duque, Limarie Dimaano and Irene; sister, Florence; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at St. George Catholic Church; Mass 5 p.m. Burial in the Philippines. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.      [Adv 10/1/2002]

 

GLENDA ABLANG CACHO, 41, of Honolulu, died Aug. 24, 2002. Born in Bagabag, Nueva Vivizcaya, Philippines. Survived by husband, Joel; sons, Joel, Glenn and Tristan; mother, Monica Ablang; brothers, Jonathan, Jeel and Julius Ablang; sisters, Jane Cacacho and Janice Ablang. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 16/9/2002]

 

SEVERINO "BENNY" DOMINGO CACHOLA SR., 90, of Waipahu, died Jan. 26, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Retired from Hale Mohalu Hospital; a member of the Cosmopolitan Senior Citizens Club. Survived by wife, Lily; sons, Robert Sue Jr., Benjamin Cachola Jr. and Ronald, Gordon, Eugene, Lambert and Benedict Cachola; daughters, Charlotte DuGuzman, Lily Beter, Angie Cominella, Lily-Ann Silva and Lillian Agbayani; 41 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; brother, Leodevico; sisters, Eusebia Cachola and Elena Cacho. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Memorial Park mauka chapel, service 11 a.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park mauka chapel, service 11 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Aloha attire.          [Adv 3/2/2002]

 

DONOVAN PAUL CACHOLA-ADAMS, 29, of Makakilo, died March 29, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed by Hart Properties in facilities maintenance. Survived by sons, Christian Cachola-Oldham, Isaiah Cachola-Adams and Dyllen Ruiz; mother, Leila Sagarang; father, Edwin Adams; stepmother, Trisha Adams; stepfather, Benjamin Sagarang; hanai father, Kalei Au; sisters, Bristy, Brittny and Brandi Sagarang, Miranda and Mikayla Adams and Catherine Au; brothers, Adrian "Nalei," Wendell and Keola Au, Joshua, Jordan and Maui Adams; grandmother, Cecinia Adams. Visitation 11 a.m. Saturday at Ka Hale Hoano Hou O Ke Akua Church, Kalihi; service 1 p.m. Inurnment 3 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire. Omit wreaths at family's request. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 7/4/2002]

 

JOSE MARIA CACHUELA JR., 61, of Carlsbad, Calif., died April 30, 2002. Born in San Diego, Calif. A retired U.S. Air Force colonel and member of the Screen Actors Guild. Survived by wife, Cynthia; father, Jose; stepmother, Aurora; son, Michael; daughters, Alicia Cachuela and Wendy Ransom; brothers, Lawrence and Rudy; two grandsons. Mainland service.  [Adv 5/5/2002]

 

CEFERINO BALBAG CADAVONA, 86, of Mililani, died July 23, 2002. Born in Bangui, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired from Oahu Sugar Co., Irrigation and Masonry Department, and from Aloha Stadium, as maintenance crew supervisor; and a Philippine Army, World War II veteran. Survived by wife, Angeles; sons, William and Ceferino Jr.; daughters, Angelita Cadavona and Eileen Mitchell; sisters, Nieves Balbag and Juanita Cascayan; 13 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Visitation 6 p.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Burial 10 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Memorial park. Casual/aloha attire.       [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

Charlotte McLean Cades, widow of late attorney J. Russell Cades, died Friday Feb 15, 2002 at her Tantalus home, six days after the death of her husband. She was 96.  Cades was known as a patron and student of the arts who studied dance in Austria, and was invited to join the Florentine Ballet, with which she had performed. Instead, in 1938 she married J. Russell Cades, who played viola and performed string quartets with her cellist father. During the postwar years, she was hostess to a circle of musicians, artists and Honolulu's literary and intellectual figures. She later served on the Citizens Advisory Board of the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts and was a Contemporary Museum docent until 1997. Cades is survived by sons Ian McLean Cooke and Russell McLean Cades; a niece and nephew; and five grandchildren. A memorial service is pending. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Contemporary Museum; the Honolulu Academy of Arts; or the Cades Foundation, P.O. Box 939, Honolulu, HI 96808.    [Adv 19/2/2002]

 

Charlotte McLean Cades, a ballet and modern dancer and longtime supporter of the arts in Hawaii, died at her Oahu home last Friday Feb 14, 2002. She was 96.  Her death followed that of her husband of 63 years, attorney J. Russell Cades, by less than a week.  Cades' son, University of Hawaii professor Ian McLean Cooke, said they had been "a very close-knit couple all their lives," and, until a few weeks ago, enjoyed good mental and physical health.  In her autobiography, written in 1988 about her marriage to Cades, she said, "My life had found a plateau of happiness, serenity and growth based on a companionship with matched enthusiasms, especially for the various arts -- literary, visual, and musical, which has never stopped growing, which is fed by all our experiences."  She was born in San Francisco, but her family moved to Honolulu days before the great earthquake of 1906.  She graduated from Punahou School in 1924 and attended the University of Hawaii until 1926 when she married her first husband, Douglas A. Cooke, a plant physiologist.  After a short time in Europe, she returned to Honolulu in 1930 and supervised the design and building of a residence on Makiki Heights Drive that was later to become the residence of the late Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, according to Cades' son.  In 1938 she married Cade -- a prominent attorney with the law firm now called Cades Schutte Fleming & Wright.  She and her husband maintained horses and rode at their Palehua mountain retreat above Makakilo until both were approaching 90, Cooke said.  She served on the Citizens Advisory Board of the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts.  With the founding of the Contemporary Museum, she joined the core of docents in 1988 where she escorted visitors until 1997.  Cades is also survived by son Russell McLean Cades and five grandchildren.  Contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to the Contemporary Museum, the Honolulu Academy of Arts or the Cades Foundation, P.O. Box 939, Honolulu, HI 96808. Plans for a memorial observance for Cades and her husband are pending.    [SB 22/2/2002]

 

Julius Russell Cades, former partner of the law firm Cades Schutte Fleming & Wright and one of the most influential attorneys in Hawai'i, died Saturday Feb 9, 2002 at his Tantalus home. He was 97.  Cades graduated at the top of his class at the University of Pennsylvania in 1928. A year later he moved to Hawai'i and joined the firm Smith & Wild. Specializing in corporate and tax law, Cades made an immediate impact in Hawai'i. During World War II he represented hundreds of firms that did business with the U.S. Army and Army Corps of Engineers. "He is probably as responsible as anyone for the development of the law here in the state of Hawai'i through the '40s, '50s, '60s and even the '70s," said attorney Jeff Portnoy, a member of the Cades firm. "There's only a handful of people who have been prominent in the Hawai'i legal establishment in the last century, and he's certainly in the top of that group." E. Gunner Schull, who joined the firm in 1964 as a young attorney and is now a senior partner, said Cades had built up an impressive list of corporate clients by the time the war ended, and was acknowledged as the top attorney in town. "He was just a very generous person and a delight to work for, and a perfect gentleman in all respects, in addition to having a very keen legal mind," Schull said. "His influence on a lot of the members of the firm who are my age was pervasive." Cades was born in Philadelphia on Oct. 30, 1904. He received his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1928 and served a fellowship in corporation law before coming to Hawai'i. He planned to join a New York law firm, but was talked into giving the Islands a one-year tryout by attorney Urban Wild. That year did not end until his death last weekend. "When he stopped coming to the office (18 months ago), the office went to him," Schull said. "He maintained an interest in the firm literally until the time of his death." Law was not Cades' only interest. He also was an accomplished musician, playing the viola and violin with the Honolulu Symphony for more than 30 years. He also led the fight to build what is now the Blaisdell Concert Hall. Cades served on the boards of many Hawai'i companies, including Amfac, Hawaiian Life Insurance and Universal Motors, and was a member of the University of Hawai'i Board of Regents, director of the Honolulu Art Society, trustee of the Honolulu Academy of Arts, and director of the Contemporary Art Center. In 1978 Gov. George Ariyoshi presented him with the Order of Distinction for Cultural Leadership Portnoy, who specializes in First Amendment law, credited Cades with leading him in that direction. "He was a true civil libertarian — believed in free speech and free press and fought for it for decades," Portnoy said. "Russell's knowledge of the Constitution was without peer in the state of Hawai'i." Cades is survived by his wife, Charlotte; son, Russell McLean; brother, Daniel; and sisters Zelda David, Libby Levenson and Lillian Waldman.Services are pending. Donations may be made to: The Cades Foundation, P.O. Box 939, Honolulu, HI 96808; The Honolulu Symphony Society; The Contemporary Museum; or The Honolulu Academy of Arts.       [Adv 12/2/2002]

 

SALOME "SALLY" PAYSAN CADIENTE , 76, of Pearl City, died April 8, 2002. Born in Aparri, Cagayan, Philippines. Survived by husband, Jaime; daughters, Susan Cadiente-Behymer, Jeanne Franco and Angelica; sister, Rita De La Cruz; two granddaughters. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church; Mass 7 p.m. Burial 8 a.m. Tuesday at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.   [Adv 12/4/2002]

 

FRANK "ANDOU" RANDOLPH HOAPILI CADIRAO , 17 months, died Aug. 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by parents, Ryan and Caroline; brother, Ryan Jr.; grandparents, Randolph Sr., Elsie, Frank Sr. and Therese Thompson. Visitation 1 p.m. Tuesday at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Kailua 3rd Ward; service 3 p.m. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.       [Adv 30/8/2002]

 

AQUILINO SAGADRACA CADIZ, 94, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died March 30, 2002. Born in Corocor Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. A laborer with the County of Kaua'i. Survived by wife, Brigida Cadiente; sons, Eulalio, Melecio and Irneo; sister, Lucena Coloma; daughters, Veronica Cachola, Alfreda Villa, Trifonia Bolusan, Nina Pescador and Carmen Alcantara; 28 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary; rosary 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Kaua'i Memorial Gardens. Casual attire.    [Adv 4/4/2002]

 

CLARITA MENDOZA CADIZ, 66, of Honolulu, died Feb. 9, 2002. Born in Vintar, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Survived by husband, Simeon; son, Reynold; daughters, Rose Aseret, Edith Leones and Marites Masuda; mother, Angela Mendoza; brothers, Arsenio, Victorino and Felix Mendoza; sisters, Rosalina Andrada and Cirila Aungon; nine grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m. Tuesday; service 10:45 a.m.; burial noon at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary. [Adv 15/2/2002]

 

MARCELO "CELO" ACIERTO CADIZ, 93, of Waipahu, died April 14, 2002. Born in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired from Pearl City Chrysler/Plymouth. Survived by daughter, Norma Galiza Sr; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Honolulu Central Seventh Day Adventist Church; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 10:15 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire.   [Adv 9/5/2002]

 

Maria Tagupa Cadiz, 91, of Honolulu, died last Thursday Nov 21, 2002. She was born in the Philippines. She is survived by son Phillip; daughters Augustina Galario, Concepcion Eugenio, Naomi Tangonan, Estrella Bolosan, Lolita Caneso, Lina Lumives-Nakagawa and Shirley Cadiz; and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Services: 9:45 a.m. Wednesday at Full Gospel Temple, 2464 N. School St. Burial: 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Sb 28/11/2002]

 

ANDREW CAGASAN, 58, of Wailuku, Maui, died Sept. 10, 2002. Born in Pa'ia, Maui. U.S. Army veteran. Member of Veteran of Foreign Wars. Survived by brothers, Greg, George Sr. and Eliseo; sisters, Ramona Pencerga, Natividad Genobia, Dorothy Pellezar, Benedicta Flores and Lourdes Ueda. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Holy Rosary Catholic Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Maui Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.   [Adv 12/9/2002]

 

FEDERICO P. CAGASAN , 92, of Kahului, Maui, died Sept. 30, 2002. Born in Guinacot, Guindulman Bohol, Philippines. Retired from HC&T as a mason. Survived by sons, Kenneth, Mateo, Delfin and Edwin; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Monday at Christ the King Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Maui Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Norman's Mortuary.   [Adv 04/10/2002]

 

EMILIA DUMLAO CAINGLIT, 68, of Honolulu, died July 3, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Dole Fresh Fruit Co. employee. Survived by son, Romeo; daughter, Imelda Pampo; three grandchildren; brothers, Juanito Dumlao and Celestino Dumlao Jr.; sisters, Juanita Fallorino, Mercedes Ruano and Aurora Corpuz. Visitation 6 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. Saturday at Aldersgate United Methodist Church; service 9 a.m. burial 11 am. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.       [Adv 15/7/2002]

 

PATRICK V. CAIRES, 73, of Wailuku, Maui, died Oct. 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Homelani Memorial Park, Hilo, sales manager; one of the founders of Maui Memorial Park; first chairman, Hawaii Interment Association; former president, Hawaii Island Portuguese Chamber of Commerce. Survived by wife, Leonilda "Leo"; daughters, Donna, and Celeste Borges; sons, Mark, Patrick and Carl; brother, Danny; 15 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Visitation 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday at St. Anthony Catholic Church, Maui; Mass 11:30 a.m. Visitation also 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 15, at Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home, Hilo; service 1 p.m.; burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 08/10/2002]

 

RAYMUNDA MADALIDAY CALA, 99, of Waialua, died June 14, 2002. Born in Badoc, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Member of Waialua Senior Citizens Club. Survived by son, Antonio; daughters, Mamerta Rosete, Cecilia Cala and Simeona Moraleda; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Michael Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 972002]

 

ISAYAS TACDERAN CALAD, 68, of Honolulu, died Aug. 26, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Sergeant-at-arms for the State of Hawai'i. Survived by brothers, Dionisio; sisters, Severina Calad, Benita Nieveras, Marina Nabora, Cristina Bala and Simplicia Dalimot. Visitation 1 to 2 p.m. Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 2 p.m. Casual attire. [Adv 9/18/2002]

 

LEONORA PUBLICO CALAUSTRO, 81, of Waipahu, died Jan. 28, 2002. Born in Cagayan, Philippines. Survived by daughter, Mary Molina; sisters, Victoria Publico, Virginia Roldan and Mercedes Palijo. Visitation from 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Philomena Catholic Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.   [Adv 13/2/2002]

 

Edwin M. Caldeira Sr., 69, of North Las Vegas, a boiler technician for the federal government, died Tuesday Mar 19, 2002 at home. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Martha K.; daughters Kathleen H. Andrews, Karen L. Troyar, Jessie M. Saulson, Judy N. Cooper, Cindy Rojas and Lisa C. Allan; son Edwin M. Jr.; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Out-of-state services. [SB 23/3/2002]

 

RAYMOND STEVEN CALDEIRA, 63, of Kahuku, died June 28, 2002. Born in Kahuku. Retired Economy Plumbing Co. plumber. Survived by sons, Christopher and Andrew; daughter, Lisa Kaahanui; nine grandchildren; brothers, Ralph "Sonny," George "Dukie" Jr. and Norman "Pee Wee" Caldeira, and Frederick "Ricky" Klug. Visitation 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Kahuku United Methodist Church; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 3 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.     [Adv 2/7/2002]

 

GEORGE NAVARRO CALICDAN , 90, of Honolulu, died May 29, 2002. Born in Manaoag, Pangasinan, Philippines. A welder retired from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Global Associates. Survived by son, Calvin; sister, Fely Llamido; two grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Wednesday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service noon. Burial 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 8/6/2002]

 

JEREMIAH JOSEPH CALIFANO, 81, of Upland, Calif., formerly of Kane'ohe, died Oct. 20, 2002. Born in New York City. A hotel electrician. Survived by sisters, Elinore Pratico and Jeannette DeCraepeo; long-time companion, Barbara Harris; stepchildren, Robert, Stephen, Andrew and Laura Harris, and Diane Sato. Service 9 a.m. Tuesday at Hope Chapel, Kane'ohe. No flowers; memorial contributions to Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, Grand Central Station, P.O. Box 4777, New York, NY 10163. Arrangements by Stone Funeral Home, Upland, Calif.    [Adv 07/11/2002]

 

DOLORES TORRES CALISTO, 66, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Oct. 14, 2002. Born in Makawao, Maui. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Joseph, Ralph, Earl and Rayallen Riveira; daughters, Gwendolyn Rude and Conchita Schweitzer; brothers, Sonny, George and Benny Torres; sisters, Sara Pacheco and Gloria Torres; grandchildren; great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Burial 10 a.m.Tuesday at Alae Cemetery. No flowers. Casual attire.

 

BALTAZAR VILLARUZ CALIXTERIO, 78, of Waipahu, died Dec. 10, 2002. Born in Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired Outrigger Waikiki Hotel bartender, and member of Pasuquinio Association of Hawaii. Survived by wife, Anastacia; father, Amancio; sister, Emilia Bulseco and other sisters in the Philippines. Visitation 6 to 9 pm. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 9:45 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 02/01/2003]

 

VIRGINIA TAGANAP CALIXTRO , 68, of Wahiawa, died May 13, 2002. Born in Bani, Pangasinan, Philippines. Former employee of Peterson's Egg Farm. Survived by sons, Jerry and Ernie; brother, Santos Taganap; sisters, Nina Taganap; three grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 5/6/2002

 

SYLVESTER HAUPU CALIZO, 41, of Mountain View, Hawai'i, died June 12, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Self-employed florist. Survived by daughters, Trisha May and Victoria Calizo-Lovell; parents, Victoroso and Beatrice; sisters, Rebecca Tubania and Darlene Palmerton; brothers, Victor and Michael. Memorial gathering noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at Reeds Bay, Hilo.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

GRACE YOUNG CALLEON, 82, of Pearl City, died Jan. 3, 2002. Born in Mokulei'a. A retired Pearl Harbor Supply Center claims examiner. Survived by husband, John; sons, Francis and Frederick; daughter, Natlynn Cunningham; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sister, Eunice Gee. Visitation 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church; service 10:30 a.m. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.         [Adv  8/1/2002]

 

WILLIE KAILI CALLES, 88, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Jan. 29, 2002. Born in Kohala, Hawai'i. A kitchen helper retired from Naniloa Surf Hotel; former cowhand for Puuhue Ranch; and a courtesy clerk with Safeway Hilo. Survived by brothers, William, Joseph, David and Kahoalii; sister, Abbie Napeahi. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hilo Stake Center; service 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 1/2/2002]

 

LENA K. CALLISON, 72, of Vacaville, Calif., died July 5, 2002. Born in Pearl City. A retired waitress. Survived by daughters, Debra Pederson, Moana Swafford, Vanessa Lentino and Mahilani Vicochea; sons, David and Jake; son, George Ku; sisters, Lavaina Ku, Jackie Garcia and Moana Belasco; brother, David Antone; 19 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Mainland service held. Private scattering of ashes at sea on Sunday. Arrangements by Bryan-Braker Funeral Home.        [Adv 31/7/2002]

 

ROSARIO BALDUGO CALUCAG, 73, of Waipahu, died Dec. 10, 2002. Born in Pinili, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Employed at McDonald's Dillingham for 7 years, member of Pinili Badoc Association and United Vintarinian of Hawai'i. Survived by husband, Percing; son, Pershing, Jr.; sister, Juana Pagdilao; two grandsons. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; wake service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m. Saturday; Mass 11:30 a.m. Burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 17/12/2002]

 

AMELIA CAMACHO, 88, Hilo, Hawai'i, died jan. 28, 2002. Born in Honomu, Hawai'i. A retired salesclerk. Survived by daughter, Maxine Guerrero; brother, Raymond Carreira; sisters, Ruth Paresa; four grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 7 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Hawai'i; Mass 12:15 p.m. Burial to follow at Alae Cemetery. Arrangements by Memorial Mortuary, Hilo.    [Adv 31/1/2002]

 

EUNICE KALEIALII GUNTHER CAMACHO, 83, of Honolulu, died June 30, 2002. Retired director of KEC Pre-School. Survived by daughters, Linda Viernes, Carolyn Troche and Alfreida Young; 11 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; brother, Albert Stupplebeen; sister, Kay Lee. Visitation 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday Borthwick Mortuary; service 12:30 p.m. Burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Aloha attire.        [Adv 14/7/2002]

 

MARY F. CAMACHO, 93, of Honolulu, died Sept. 7, 2002. Born in Pa'ia, Maui. Survived by son, Abel Rodrigues; daughters, Christina Taguado, Salome Rosa and Martha Waller; 14 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; 17 great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 16/9/2002]

 

TINO PUNO CAMANGA, 92, died in Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 12, 2002. Survived by wife, Tama; sons, Carl and Ken; daughter, Lisa; two grandchildren. Private service held.    [Adv 21/8/2002]

 

GEORGE "BUBBA" CUMMINGS CAMARA JR., 50, of Wailuku, Maui, died May 21, 2002. Born on O'ahu. An A&B Properties maintenance worker. Survived by wife, Anna-Mae Medeiros; father, George Sr.; son, Anthony III; daughter, Lani; brother, Eric Reff; sisters, Carol Brown, Gracie Carlton, Lolly De Best, Lennie Hipkins and Lisa Nakoa; hanai brothers. Robert, Alika, Solomon, Wayne, Nelson and Landish Armitage and Rudy Farmer; a grandson. Visitation 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Ballard Family Mortuary; service 12:30 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 29/5/2002]

 

LAYTON TAU'A "SNOOKS" CAMARA, 39, of Waimanalo, died Nov. 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed at Z Contractors Inc. Survived by parents, Leon "Buddy" and Yvonne Sr.; brothers, Leon "Buddy Boy" Jr. and Lyndon "Smitty" Sr.; great grandmother, Nancy Plunkett; hanai sister, Roxanne Johnson. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; cremation to follow. Scattering of ashes 11 a.m. Wednesday off Kaiona Beach Park in Waimanalo. Lei welcome. Aloha attire.      [Adv 14/11/2002]

 

THERESA L. CAMARA, 74, of Kane'ohe, died March 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A former Hawaiian Flour Mill employee. Survived by son, Donald Camara; daughters, Margaret Pauole and Bernadette Augustus; four grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; brothers, Alvin Clarence and Henry Burgo. Visitation 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Committal service 10 a.m. Friday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.     [Adv 17/3/2002]

 

GEORGE OYANGORIN CAMARILLO SR., 68, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Sept. 4, 2002. Born in Koloa, Hawai'i. Retired teacher at Kalaniana'ole School, Waiakea Intermediate School and Pahoa Intermediate and High School; and founder of the Waiakea Intermediate School Ukulele Band. Survived by wife, Connie; sons, Rama, George Jr. and Davin; daughters, La Roma Tomosada and Lila Parong; brothers, Diosdado and Pat; sister, Angela Almonte; 18 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday at New Hope Christian Fellowship, Hilo, Gathering Place; service 9:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park. Casual attire.      [Adv 10/9/2002]

 

EDWARD FRANCIS CAMBRA, 85, of Kane'ohe, died July 30, 2002. Born in Hawi, Hawai'i. Retired Dole Cannery supervisor. Survived by son, Rodney; daughter, Yvonne Gunderson; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary. [Adv 7/8/2002]

 

FLORINDA "FLORA" MEDEIROS CAMBRA, 86, of Kohala, Hawai'i, died May 25, 2002. Born in Kohala. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Arthur; son, Robert; daughters, Barbara Nichols, Angie Kozlowski, Rose Yamanaka, Lila Healy and Patricia Eli-Steckling; sisters, Mary Vierra, Eva Lim and Dora Beach; 14 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Hawi Catholic Church; Mass 10 a.m; burial to follow at the church cemetery. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Memorial Mortuary.     [Adv 30/5/2002]

 

GEORGINA GONZALEZ CAMBRA, 57, of Honolulu, died Sept. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. An accountant employed by Uniforms Hawaii. Survived by husband, Anthony "Tony" Jr.; sons, Anthony III and Joshua; hanai son, Christopher; brother, Antonio "Tony" Gonzalez Jr.; sisters, Esther Christian, Muriel and Dolores Gonzalez, and Isabelle Woods. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 1 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Aloha attire.   [Adv 05/10/2002]

 

LOUIS SERAPHINE CAMBRA, 86, of Torrance Calif., died June 27, 2002. Born in Spreckelsville, Maui. Maui Land and Pineapple Co. and Maui Electric Co. employee; career serviceman, U.S. Army and Air Force; and after retirement, United California Bank security division employee. Survived by wife, Juanita; daughters, Stephanie "Snookie" Ohigashi and Laurie Seplow; brother, Herman; sisters, Irene Victorino and Julia Souza; five grandchildren. Visitation and eulogy, 9 to 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Anthony's Church, Wailuku, Maui; Mass 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Maui Veteran's Cemetery. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary, Maui.     [Adv 2/7/2002]

 

MATILDA CAMBRA, 93, of Manoa, died March 19, 2002. Survived by daughters, Delphine Bowzer, Norma Keefer and Bernie Jingst; sister, Agnes Medeiros; seven grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Service held in Santa Barbara, Calif. Graveside service 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Diamond Head Memorial Park.  [Adv 21/4/2002]

 

TIMOTHY "TIMMY" LOUIS CAMBRA, 16, of Makawao, Maui, died Aug. 1, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. King Kekaulike High School student, member of Future Farmers of America (FFA) club; and participant in rodeo and 4H livestock competitions. Survived by parents, Louis and Winifred; sisters, Jerni and Jody; grandparents, Wilfred "Pal" and Bernice Perreira. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Church, Makawao, Maui; service 7:30 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial in church cemetery. Aloha/casual attire. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary, Maui.   [Adv 6/8/2002]

 

WALTER GILBERT CAMBRA, 82, of Pepe'ekeo, Hawai'i, died Aug. 30, 2002. Born in Pepe'ekeo, Hawai'i. Retired heavy equipment operator for the Hilo Coast Processing Company. Survived by sister, Wilma Marie Akins; sister-in-law, Margaret; nieces and nephews. Visitation 11 a.m. to noon Monday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church; Mass noon; burial to follow at Hawai'i Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.    [Adv 6/9/2002]

 

JENNA SHEA "MAKALAPUA" CAMEROS, 17, of Las Vegas, formerly of Moloka'i, died Aug. 9, 2002. Born in Kahuku. Attended Kilohana Elementary School and Moloka'i High School. A member of Moana's Hula Halau. Survived by mother, Carlana Primacio; father, Frederick Primacio; brother, Carl "Kona" Primacio-Cameros; sister, Chelae Primacio; grandparents, Carl and Dana Cameros, John Primacio Jr. and Irene Primacio. Visitation 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Grace Episcopal Church, 2210 Farrington Ave., Moloka'i.     [22/9/2002]

 

Florentino "Felix" Camit, 94, of Sunset Beach, a retired Kahuku Sugar Plantation sugar cane irrigator, died Tuesday April 15, 2002. He was born in Vintar, Ilocos Norte, the Philippines. He is survived by daughter Cristeta Ines; sons Abelardo, Florendo, Ernesto, Cris, Dennis, Freddie, Jim, Wilfred and Edwin; brothers Tranquilino and Euginio; 25 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren. Visitation: 6 p.m. Friday at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Mission, Waimea Bay. Mass: 1 p.m. Saturday at same church. Call after 11 a.m. Burial: 3 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery.   [SB 21/4/2002]

 

Floyd M. Cammack, 70, of Kaneohe, a retired librarian and harpsichord builder, died Tuesday Dec 31, 2002 in Kaneohe. He was born in Frankfort, Ky. He is survived by mother Helen and sister Lois Pemble. Private services.     [SB 03/01/2003]

 

ROSARIO PENA CAMONAYAN, 76, of 'Aiea, died Oct. 26, 2002. Born in Pacay Ilocos Norte, Philippines, A retired cashier. Survived by husband, Juan "Johnny"; son, Ferdinand; brother, Vivenicio Pena; sister, Esperanza. Visitation 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. today at Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa; Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.   [Adv 12/11/2002]

 

Phoebe K.F. (Won) Camp, 74, of Reno, Nev., formerly of Honolulu, a former Kailua Elementary School teacher, died Dec. 21, 2002 in Reno, Nev. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by daughter Amanda Flangas, sisters Mae Chung and Harriet Wang, and a grandchild. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.   [SB 18/01/2003]

 

DORIS LOUISE CAMPBELL, 78, of Kane'ohe, died Nov. 5, 2002. Born in Indiana. Survived by sons, Barry and Michael. Service held in Indiana. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.    [Adv 30/11/2002]

 

HARRIET ALVORD CAMPBELL, 90, of Kailua, died Dec. 5, 2002. Born in Ceylon, Minn. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Thomas and Richard; sisters, Mary Hildeen and Lola Kanneman. Private service held at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 13/12/2002]

 

JOHN FRANCIS CAMPBELL, 88, of Honolulu, died Oct. 25, 2002. Born on Maui. A retired heavy equipment operator with Hawaiian Dredging & Construction, Local 3 operating engineer. Survived by wife, Mabel; son, John; daughters, Gay Steward, Elberta Kruger and Wanneta Wilson; 13 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.         [Adv 27/10/2002]

 

Joseph Robert Campbell Sr., 55, of Kihei, Maui, a printer and a U.S. Navy veteran, died Thursday in Kihei. He was born in Pennsylvania. He is survived by son Joseph R. Jr.; daughter Jackie; mother Harriet; brothers Michael, Chuck, David and Bill; and sisters Lee, Kate and Andy. Private services.     [Sb 26/11/2002]

 

LAWRENCE McCLEAN CAMPBELL, 51, of Mililani, died Feb. 7, 2002. Born in California. Survived by wife, maria; sons, Robert, Lawrence Jr., Christopher and Allen; two grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday at St. John the Apostle and Evangelist church; Mass 11:30 a.m.; cremation to follow. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 11/2/2002]

 

PATRICK WILLIAM CAMPBELL , 63, of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died July 4, 2002. Born in Havre, Mont. A marine engineer. Survived by wife, Carol; sons, Richard, Michael and Matthew; daughter, Julia; hanai daughter, Elizabeth Schnell; sisters, Virginia Boegli and Katherine Kutschke. Private service. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.        [Adv 12/7/2002]

 

CARLO MAGNO CAMPOS, 32, of Hanama'ulu, Kaua'i, died Jan. 14, 2002. Born in San Mateo, Calif. Survived by brothers and sisters, Geraldine Snow, Arline Nimori, Roland, Stephanie Arthur, Edwin, and Melanie Tejada. Visitation 1 p.m. Wednesday at Kapaa Kingdom Hall, Jehovah's Witnesses; service 2 p.m. Private scattering of ashes. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kauai Mortuary.      [Adv 18/1/2002]

 

 

HILARION "LARRY" MAPILI CAMPOS, 33, of Wahiawa, died Sept. 3, 2002. Born in Baguio City, Philippines. Pacific Preferred Contractors Corp. employee. Survived by children, Austin, Shane and Saralyn; mother, Imelda; brother, Joel; sisters, Lynne Parentila and Emma; grandfather, Segundo Mapili Sr. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 24/9/2002]

 

Maria Pascua Campos, 77, of Waipahu, a trimmer for Dole Pineapple cannery, died Monday Jan 28, 2002. She was born in the Philippines. She is survived by husband Catalino "Lino"; sons Bienvenido, Roger and Melytor; daughters Tessie Lewis, Precy Salvador, Remy Ueda and Florie Badua; 17 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services: 7 p.m. Friday at Oahu Cemetery Chapel. Call 6-9 p.m. Additional services: 11:30 a.m. Saturday at St. John the Baptist Church. Call after 10 a.m. Burial: 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples.       [SB 30/1/2002]

 

LONGJENO "LONG" D. CANADILLA, 80, of Wahiawa, died Jan. 23, 2002. Born in 'Ewa. Retired from Del Monte Plantation. Survived by wife, Maude; children, Winifred "Winnie" Lee, Eunice Paglinawan, Maxine "Macky" Derige, Nolan Canadilla and Todd Adamski; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary mauka chapel; rosary 6:30 p.m.; prayer service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Thursday; service 10:15 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 10/2/2002]

 

PEDRO "TED THE BARBER" WENCESLAO CANCINO, 90, of Honolulu, died Jan. 17, 2002. Born in Pangasinan, Philippines. Spouse of the late Emily Ling. Survived by son, Glen; daughters, Grenda and Gale; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Feb. 2 at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 9:45 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 21/1/2002]

 

 

MARCELINA PAPA "CELING" CANDAROMA, 83, of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died May 11, 2002. Born in Pahoa, Hawai'i. A member of the Kea'au Village Kumiai. Survived by sons, Herman and Byron; daughter, Mona Lisa Simao; brother, Vicente Coleon; sister, Loretta Navarro; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church; Mass 12:15 p.m.; burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 16/5/2002]

 

CLINTON ALIKA CANDELARIO, 28, of Makakilo, died April 23, 2002. Born in Frankfurt, Germany. Survived by parents, Louella Cazimero-Bactad and Edwin Bactad, and Alexander and Debra Candelario; sons, Alika Candelario-Tochiki and Ka'eo Mott; sisters, Shawnjaleen Cazimero, Keyra Candelario, Nylee Pi'ilani, Kanoe Paulino and Jenna Kaopuiki; grandparents, Louis and Maile Cazimero and Angeline Balera. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Thursday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service noon; cremation to follow. Casual attire.  [Adv 28/4/2002]

 

Jonathan Wayne Caneda, 48, of Georgia, a marketing executive, died Jan. 2, 2002 in Honolulu. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by daughters Bridgette Lott and Chante Borseth, sons Jonathan and Leslie, mother Epifania L., brothers Frank Jr. and Brian, sisters Stephanie Moseley and Cynthia McBride and three grandchildren. Services held at Poteet Funeral Home in Augusta, Ga.   [SB 13/1/2002]

 

CASTLE NAT CANDILASA , 55, of Honolulu, died Sept. 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. An airway transportation system specialist for the Federal Aviation Administration. Survived by wife, Susan Sakaue; stepson, Neal Sakaue; mother, Helen; brothers, Starland and Valor; sister, Verdi Fujimori. Visitation from 5 p.m. Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 6 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 27/9/2002]

 

RENALDO "TOMMY" CANON, 63, of Hale'iwa, died Oct. 11, 2002. Born in Waialua. Survived by sons, Guy and John; daughters, Valray "Nani" Canon and Lisa Jones; father, John; brothers, Roy and Ronald "Ronnie"; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at St. Michael Church; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday a Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 10 a.m., burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire.   [Adv 29/10/2002]

 

BARBARA JEANE CANNON, 80, of Honolulu, died July 23, 2002. Born in Grayling, Mich. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Frank; children, Janet O'Neill, Nancy Cannon, Linda Morrow, Patty Angulo and Tom Cannon; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother, Ed Shanahan; sister, Virginia Brown. Service 3 p.m. Saturday at Queen's Beach, Waikiki. No flowers. Memorial donations to Hawaii Children's Cancer Foundation. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 25/7/2002]

 

FRANK GRANGER CANNON, 81, of Honolulu, formerly of California, died Sept. 25, 2002. Retired drilling business owner; World War II Purple Heart recipient; pioneer drag racer, including one of the first to break the 200-mph mark; operator of one of the first surfboard shaping machines on Maui; and a glider and tow-plane enthusiast. Survived by children, Janet O'Neill, Nancy, Linda Morrow, Patty Angulo and Tom; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Private service later. No flowers; donations to Hawaii Children's Cancer Foundation. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 01/10/2002]

 

Walter Gary Cannon, 86, of Makakilo, a retired lieutenant colonel for the U.S. Air Force, died Saturday Feb 16, 2002. He was also an engineer for McDonald Douglas and Hughes Helicopters. He was born in Panama. He is survived by wife Gertrude; daughters Judith Ann Dillard, Jacqueline Scott and Victoria Cannon; and one grandchild. Graveside services: 11:30 a.m. Friday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Punchbowl.    [SB 20/2/2002]

 

The REV. REMEDIOS CANONIGO, 81, of Mililani, died March 9, 2002. Born in Cebu City, Philippines. A retired pastor of Christian Mission Church. Survived by daughters, Evelyn Harman and Wendy Rivera; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; caregiver, Pastor Cir Domingo. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m.   [Adv 14/3/2002]

 

ANNA-JAYE PEREZ CANSENO-BANTOLINA , infant daughter of Jamon and Angel Caneso-Bantolina, died March 11, 2002, in Honolulu. Survived by brother, Jayden Xavier; grandparents, Florentino Bantolina, Jewel Caneso-Solmirin, Sesinanda Bantolina, Pastor Mariano and Mary Caneso, and Ruben and Betty Perez; great-grandparents, Felicidad Mejia and Euflania and Martin Mina. Visitation 8:30 a.m. today at Mililani Memorial Park mauka chapel, service 9:30 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples.     [Adv 29/3/2002]

 

GLORIA JEAN CANTOR, 46, of Captain Cook, Hawai'i, died July 24, 2002. Born in Kona, Hawai'i. A PBX operator for Kona Beach Hotel. Survived by mother, Marcella; brothers, Andrew, Anthony and Edwin; sisters, Harriet Marquina and Dolly Primacio. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at St. John's Catholic Church, Kealakekua; Mass 10 a.m. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.       [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

 

MARVIN CABANG CANTORNA, 34, of Las Vegas, Nev., died Oct. 11, 2002. Born in the Philippines. GES Expo Services carpenter. Survived by wife, Desiree; daughter, Reelana Marie; sons, Mason and Marvin Jr.; parents, Murphy and Angie; grandparents, Margarita Cantorna and Naty Cabang; sisters, Mercy Ann Bumanglag, Madelyn and Marjorie. Visitation 6 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the Catholic Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.    [Adv 23/10/2002]

 

LEONCIO "LEON" BARTIDO CAOILI, 93, of Honolulu, died July 2, 2002. Born in Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Member of Sarrat Association of Hawaii. Survived by wife, Luzviminda "Minda"; daughter, Annie. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Peace Cathedral; Mass noon; burial 1:30 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.      [Adv 16/7/2002]

 

JOY ARIOLA CAPATI, 25, of 'Ewa Beach, died June 23, 2002. Born in Quezon City, Philippines. Survived by parents, Ernest and Lylia; sisters, Mildred Holliday, Hermelin Mones and Liezl Salvador; grandparents, Rosalio and Ludy Capati, and Tomick and Germana Ariola. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m. Monday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 4/7/2002]

 

Edmund Jasson Santos Capellas, 61, a retired chief warrant officer for the U.S. Army, died Feb. 6, 2002. He was also a veteran of the Vietnam War, an employee for the U.S. Department of Defense, a Patriot missile defense system specialist in Desert Storm and a logistical management specialist. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Helga; mother Eloise; sister Judy Gerard; daughters Ramona Beard, Leilani Capellas and Nicole Smith; and two grandchildren. Services on the mainland.   [SB 23/2/2002]

 

LORNA MAY CAPELLO, 50, of Wahiawa, died Feb. 5, 2002. Born in Ho-nolulu. Survived by husband, Morris; brothers, Donald and Ronald Estrella; sisters, Joann DeCosta, Marilette Rosetti, Gail Gomban, Leimomi Malani, Haunani Rita and Aisha Estrella; mother, Mildred Estrella; stepmother, Isabel Estrella. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.   [Adv 3/3/2002]

 

BUENAVENTURA "BEN" E. CAPUA, 70, of Everett, Wash., died Aug. 21, 2002. Born in Kualapu'u, Moloka'i. survived by daughters, Leona Santiago, Laleen Ramiscal, Loreen Vazquez and Lani Capua; sons, Curtis and Michael; 16 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Augustine Church, Waikiki; Mass 10 a.m.; scattering of ashes to follow fronting the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. Lunch to follow at the Kohala/Kona rooms of the hotel. [Adv 9/18/2002]

 

BENJAMIN "BENJIE" CARAVALHO, 60, of Honolulu, died jan. 13, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Hawaiian Tug and Barge engineer. Survived by wife, Norma; sons, benjamin Jr. and Michael; daughters, Monica Kaui, Anne Marie and Michelle; brothers, Conrad, Joseph, Manuel, Frank and Ernest; sisters, Mary, Anita Garcia, margaret Martinez and Bennerita Coltes; four grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Thursday at St. John's Catholic Church; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Friday at the church; service 11 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 21/1/2002]

 

Conrad "Sugar" Negrone Caravalho, 82, of Honolulu, a retired cable car operator in San Francisco and a semiprofessional boxer, died Oct. 22, 2002 in Kaiser Medical Center. He was born in Hawi, Hawaii. He is survived by son William; daughters Mary, Sandy and Chris "C.Marie"; and four grandchildren. Mass: 11:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Ann Catholic Church. Call after 9:30 a.m. Committal services: 1 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe.      [SB 01/11/2002]

 

Florante "Teng" Fernandez Carbonel, 39, of Lahaina, a Kapalua Golf Course maintenance man, died Wednesday Jun 5, 2002 at home. He was born in the Philippines. He is survived by wife Elsa Valdez-Carbonel; parents Hermogenes and Esther; sons Allen M. and Karl L.; brothers Henry, Arnel and Efren; and sister Frances. Services: 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Maria Lanakila Catholic Church. Call after 6 p.m. Mass: 10 a.m. Friday at same church. Call after 9 a.m. Cremation to follow. Casual attire.    [SB 9/6/2002]

 

STEVEN CARDINEZ, 89, of Kaumakani, Kaua'i, died Oct. 26, 2002. Born in the Philippines. A boiler room employee. Survived by wife, Evelyn; sons, Clarence, Ronald and Michael Cardinez, Manolo and James Delos Reyes and Steven and Alex Cardinez; daughters, Frances Bunao, Carol Gonsalves, Lydia Castillo, Celia Okubo and Nelda Banguel; a brother; six sisters; 33 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Visitation 9 to 10:45 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Kauai Mortuary chapel, Koloa; service 11 a.m. Burial to follow at Hanapepe Public Cemetery. Casual attire.   [Adv 30/10/2002]

 

GILBERT JOSE CARINO, 33, of Honolulu, died Oct. 23, 2002. Born in Solsona, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Atlas Brakes & Transmission Co. auto mechanic. Survived by wife, Mary Jane; sons, Josten and Gilbert Jr.; daughter, Geeneave; mother, Apolonia; brothers, Inocencio, Fermin and Marcos Jr.; sisters, Agustina Daoang, Adelaida Balgos and Estrella Bayudan. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. John the Baptist Church; Mass 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 11/11/2002]

 

JON VIERRA CARDOZA JR., 73, of 'Aiea, died March 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Hawaiian Tug and Barge/Hawaiian Electric Industries tug boat captain. Survived by wife, Lillian; son, Joseph; daughters, Aloma Taniguchi, Burma Kaneapua; seven grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; sister, Erma Marie Kinilau. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Friday at St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church; Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire.    [Adv 18/3/2002]

 

OSCAR "BILLY" CARLSON, 86, of Honolulu, died Dec. 31, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired machinist/mechanic from Pan American Airlines and Honolulu Board of Water Supply. Survived by daughter, Charlene Corniel; son, Kenneth; four granddaughters; a great-grandson; sister, Angie Kamakele. Visitation 8 a.m. Thursday at Oahu Cemetery chapel; service 10 a.m.; burial 11:30 a.m. at O'ahu Cemetery. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.       [Adv 04/01/2003]

 

GERALDINE "GERRI" A. CARPS, 85, of Kailua, died Feb. 6, 2002. Born in Gettysburg, Pa. A homemaker. Survived by daughter, Judith DeBone; sons, Ronald and Thomas; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Service at the National Shrine of the Little Flower, Royal Oak, Mich. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Opportunities for the Retarded Inc., 64-1510 Kamehameha Highway, Wahiawa, HI 96786. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 9/2/2002]

 

ESTHER WILCOX SLATTERY CARR, 94, of Honolulu, died Sept. 20, 2002. Retired Pacific Sports vice president. Survived by sons, D. Milville Jr. and Douglas; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Service and scattering of ashes pending. Information: Douglas, (808) 883-9500.      [Adv 11/10/2002]

 

Ruth Linck Carr, 82, of Kaneohe, a homemaker, died Tuesday Jan 1, 2002 in Aloha Care Nursing Center. She was born in Salina, Kan. She is survived by husband Dr. Edward R., daughter Mindy Reeves, son Michael, two grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Services at a later date.    [SB   4/1/2002]

 

ERWIN C. CARRANZA, 37, of Waipahu, died March 23, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Survived by parents, Ernesto, and Teresita; brother, Gilbert; sisters, Erma Riodil, Arlene and Lani; stepparents, Araceli Carranza and Luis Serna. Visitation 6 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also noon Saturday at St. Anthony Church, Kalihi; Mass 1 p.m.; burial 3 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 01/04//2002]

 

RUBY HELENA CARRICO , 54, of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died May 5, 2002. Born in Hannibal, Mo. A homemaker. Survived by companion, Howard; daughter, Anna Cantoli; sons, Howard, Jr., Michael and Richard Okamura and Daniel Arce; sister, Stella Biondo; five grandchildren. Private service. Cremation to follow. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.   [Adv 11/5/2002]

 

HARRY JACK CARROLL , 84, of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died Sept. 8, 2002. Born in Stinton, Texas. A carpenter, and custom homes finisher. Survived by sister, Dorothy Schwartz; caregiver and niece, Jackie Benton. Visitation 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at Punalu'u Beach Park, main pavilion; service noon; scattering of ashes to follow. Loose flowers requested. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home.  [Adv 28/9/2002]

 

MARYANN ELAINE CARROLL , 57, of Kahuku, formerly of Manhattan Beach, Calif., died May 24, 2002. Born in California. Survived by daughter, Lisa Pierce; sons, Darren and Jason; grandchildren, Dane Fernandez, Koby Carroll and Tatiana Carroll Phon. Private service held. Arrangements by Accord Mortuary.      [Adv 1/6/2002]

 

MARY ANN KIHA PAHUMOA KAMAKEEAINA CARROLL, 70, of Waimanalo, died April 25, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A homemaker. Survived by sons, William Jr. and Whiston Kaulili; daughters, Billie Carroll-Kikala and Carol; brothers, Herbert "Bucky" and John "Honey Boy" Kamakeeaina; 13 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at St. George Church; Mass 8 p.m. Graveside service 9 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 1/5/2002]

 

Olive Warner Carroll, 72, of Wailuku, a proprietor of a secretarial service, died Tuesday May 28, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Missouri. She is survived by sister Helen Lee and niece and caregiver Barbara Shaffer. Private services. Donations suggested to the American Cancer Society.     [SB 1/6/2002]

 

WILLIAM ROBERT CARROLL, 78, of Mililani, died May 9, 2002. Born in Cleveland, Ohio. Merchant Marine for 40 years. Survived by wife, Grace; sons, David Oishi, Mark and Lawrence Carroll; daughter, Muriel Niehenke; nine grandchildren; one great-grandchild; sister, Mary Tarka. Visitation 5 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 6 p.m. Burial 10 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 14/5/2002]

 

BARBARA HUEBERTA FRANCISCO CARSON, 63, of Kane'ohe, died Jan. 17, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A Hawai'i State Hospital housekeeping supervisor. Survived by husband, Charles Sr.; daughter, Tammy Francisco; sons, Clyde, Charles Jr., David Francisco-Carson and Robert Francisco-Carson; 19 grandchildren; two great-granddaughters; brothers, James "Kimo" Mansfield and Clifford Stien. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 10:15 a.m. Saturday; service 10:15 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.     [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

CHARLES KAOHU CARSON SR., 58, of Kane'ohe, died May 5, 2002. Born in Waikane, Oahu. A fisherman. Survived by father, John Kalauawa Sr.; sons, Charles Jr., David and Robert Francisco-Carson and Clyde Francisco; daughter, Tammy Francisco; 19 grandchildren; two great-granddaughters; brothers, John and Clifton Kalauawa, sisters, Denise Kalauawa-Chun, Dawn Haupu and Novina Kalauawa. Visitation 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m.; cremation to follow. Private scattering of ashes at a later date.      [Adv 21/5/2002]

 

JUNE BETTY DANLEY CARSON, 75, of Kane'ohe, died Oct. 13, 2002. Survived by daughters, Stacey Cole, Gloria Fojas-Guzman, Terry Riley and Penny Scanlan; sons, Mark Rodrigues, John "Kammy" Rodrigues III, Kenneth "Toi" Silva and George Danley-Silva; sisters, Josephine Alo, Virginia Moscow, Jane Arceo and Patsy Novahom; brother, Woodrow "Boy" Danley; 24 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at Oahu Cemetery chapel; service 6:30 p.m.; cremation to follow. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.    [Adv 16/10/2002]

 

LORRAINE TRAUT CARSON , 91, of Honolulu, died Sept. 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired secretary for Consolidated Amusement. Survived by niece, Leslie Adams. Private service held. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.    [Adv 03/10/2002]

 

Michael "Zak" Carta, 29, of Orchidland Estates, Keaau, Hawaii, a carpenter and landscaper, died Sept. 17, 2002. He was born in Grants Pass, Ore. He is survived by companion Sarah Goldman; sons Jasper and Jakzen; mother Janet Carta-Hill; father Jerry Douglas; brothers Casey and Cody Carta and James Douglas; sisters Kyanne Carta and Fleta and Feebe Douglas; and grandparents Bill and Marilyn Carta. Services: 2 p.m. at the Church of the Holy Apostles, 1407 Kapiolani St., Hilo. Potluck gathering will follow the services at another location. For more information, call 961-2030 or 982-5399. Casual attire.   [SB 30/9/2002]

 

DOROTHY LUCILLE CARTER, 75, of Kailua, died Feb. 20, 2002. Born in Washington. Survived by sons, Brad, David and Kevin; brother, Donald Casteel; sister, Ruth Rupe; three grandchildren. Graveside services 11 a.m. Saturday at Oahu Cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 5/3/2002]

 

ELEANOR M. "GRANNY" CARTER, 89, of Aliomanu Estates, Anahola, Kaua'i, formerly of Phoenix, Ariz., died Oct. 2, 2002. Born in Kansas City, Kan. Survived by children, Judy Smith, A.G., Jeannie Ryan, Jackie Viquesney, Jim, Jill Demchak and Jerry; 22 grandchildren; 46 great-grandchildren. Memorial celebration 10:30 a.m. Saturday at 'Anini Beach pavilion. Mainland Mass Oct. 18; burial at St. Francis Cemetery, Phoenix. No flowers; donations to Wilcox Hospital, Intensive Care Unit, Lihu'e, Kaua'i. Arrangements by Whitney Murphy Mortuary, Phoenix.      [Adv 10/10/2002]

 

The Rev. Eli Carter, the associate pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help church in 'Ewa Beach who was the driving force behind a homeless and hungry outreach ministry at St. Rita church, died Monday while on vacation in Texas with parishioners. He was 52. In the early 1990s, Carter used to walk the Nanakuli shoreline, looking for families to partake of the free meals served at regular intervals at the neighborhood church, said his former secretary, Essey Ho Carter, who was born in Hawai'i on Jan. 29, 1950, was the first man to be ordained a priest from St. Benedict church, the so-called "Painted Church" on the Big Island.     He had been ill for a long time, suffering like the rest of his siblings from diabetes, said his sister, Sonja Lee Kalili of Honaunau on the Big Island.

He was in full cardiac arrest by the time the ambulance arrived at Wilford Hall Medical Center on Lackland Air Force Base, according to a spokesman for the medical examiner there, who said the cause of death was heart disease. "We've all lost a very dear and much beloved priest," Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo said. "He was one of our few priests of Native Hawaiian background. He had a gentle, kindly way." Carter had been a priest for 27 years. He was a charismatic Catholic priest, which means he held healing services, and he also headed a prayer group at Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Carter was the son of Pauline L. Carter and the late Eli Carter of Honaunau. He entered St. Stephen's seminary, then received his bachelor's degree in sociology from Chaminade College. He earned a master's degree of divinity at St. Patrick Seminary in Menlo Park, Calif. Carter was ordained a deacon in 1974 and served at St. Rita church. He was associate pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in 1975-81. His next assignment was as associate pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes at Honoka'a and, after that, associate at St. John the Apostle and Evangelist, Mililani. He was a pastor at St. Rita and later at Immaculate Conception, 'Ewa, as well as Sacred Heart, Wai'anae. He had served at Our Lady of Perpetual Help since August. The Rev. Gary Secor, vicar for clergy at the Diocese of Honolulu, who went to college with Carter, described him as a "very good priest ... (with a) very gentle strength which came from his Hawaiian heritage." In addition to Kalili and his mother, Carter is survived by his other sisters, Barbara Jane Parish of Honaunau, Jennifer Friels of Kailua, Kona, and Janice Omori of Captain Cook. A wake tentatively has been set for 5:30 p.m. April 19, followed by Mass at 7 p.m., at Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Burial arrangements are pending.     [Adv 11/4/2002]

 

MARY ANN CARTY, 79, of Washington state, formerly of Hawai'i, died Feb. 3, 2002. Born in Texas. Active in television, including Magnum P.I., Jake and the Fatman, Island Son and other local productions. survived by family: Melinda Dodge, Christopher, Patrick, Timothy, Jeffrey and Diana. Donations to Alzheimer's Association, 1422 NW 85th St., Seattle, WA 98117-4236. Arrangements by Betts Funeral Service, Wenatchee, Wash.     [Adv 6/2/2002]

 

ALICE CARVALHO, 69, of Kahului, Maui, died April 22, 2002. A registered nurse. Survived by mother, Rose Fernandez; son, Amos Jr.; daughter, Paula Baisa; sisters, Amy Butler and Shirley Kealoha; half sisters, Violet Mae and Rosaline Voctorine; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Ballard Family Mortuary; eulogy 7 p.m.; cremation to follow. Inurnment 11 a.m. Saturday at Makawao Cemetery.     [Adv 25/4/2002]

 

ALICE CARVALHO, 88, of Wailuku, Maui died July 1, 2002. Born in Kohala, Hawai'i. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Alfred; sons, Ronald and Gordon; sisters, Angie Robello and Bertha Jardine; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Visitation 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick/Norman's Mortuary chapel; service 1 p.m. Burial to follow at Maui Memorial Park Cemetery. Casual attire.     [Adv 3/7/2002]

 

DAVID VICTOR CARVALHO , 72, of Wai'anae, formerly of Ka'u, Hawai'i, died July 31, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Heavy equipment operator at Ka'u Sugar Company. Survived by sons, David, Brian, Alfred and Charles; daughters, Tammy Gouveia, Diana and Bella; 21 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; sisters, Angeline Kim and Loretta Wallace. Visitation 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Hilo; Mass 12:15 p.m; inurnment to follow at Hawai'i Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 10/8/2002]

 

EDNA CODERA CARVALHO, 83, of Waipahu, died Dec. 22, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Survived by husband, Charles; son, William Saquilon; brothers, Serafin, Bobby and Morris Codera; sisters, Sadie Monroy, Sally Regala, Frances Hlodan, Carmila Gavin and Jeanette Marshal; four grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandson. Visitation 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 11:15 a.m. Burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Flowers welcome. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.   [Adv 30/12/2002]

 

HAROLD SOUZA CARVALHO, 73, of Hanama'ulu, Kaua'i, died Nov. 2, 2002. Born on Kaua'i. A bakery manager. Survived by wife, Yolanda; daughter, Susan Eaton; sons, Brian and Gardon; sister, Eleanor Mendonca and Ethel Ornellas; four grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 9:45 a.m. next Wednesday at Immaculate Conception Church; Mass 10 a.m. Casual or aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kauai Mortuary.   [Adv 06/11/2002]

 

John Hill "Johnny Hills" Carvalho, 86, of Hilo, a retired Hilo Coast Processing Company cane truck driver, died Thursday May 30, 2002 at home. He was born in Hakalau, Hawaii. He is survived by wife Dorothy; sons John H. "Niggie," Lionel and Anthony; daughters Lucille Pacheco, Lorraine Carvalho and Gloria Kaaukai, sisters Ruby Robledo, Laura Garcia and Angeline "Adela" Carvalho; 19 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Services: 7 p.m. Wednesday at Family Christian Center, 168 Holomua Street. Call after 6 p.m. Visitation only 8-10 a.m. Thursday at same center. Burial to follow at Alae Cemetery. Casual attire. No flowers.  [SB 2/6/2002]

 

MARILYN JEAN KNAPP CARVALHO , 55, of Kane'ohe, died April 30, 2002. Born in Bloomington, Ill. A cash summaries supervisor with Times Supermarket. Survived by husband, Nicholas "Nick"; daughter, Nikki; son, Robert; parents, Robert and Leon Knapp; sister, Jo Ann Betts; brothers, Richard, Robert and Fred Knapp. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at St. Ann Catholic Church; service 7:30 p.m. No flowers. Aloha attire. Private inurnment at a later date. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.   [Adv 10/5/2002]

 

RONALD CARVALHO, 69, of Wahiawa, died June 13, 2002. Born in Waipahu. Retired from U.S. Army. Survived by brothers, Henry and Charles; stepbrothers, Alfred and Steven Pasion; sister, Mildred Boner. Service 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel. No flowers. Casual attire.       [Adv 22/6/2002]

 

SADIE LEMES CARVALHO, 89, died Jan. 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A McKinley High School graduate. Wife of Jack Carvalho and eldest daughter of Frank Lemes. Survived by sister, Elsie Braun; son, Jackie; daughter, Donne Courtney; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Condolences to J.C. Carvalho, P.O. Box 54, Palo Alto, Calif. 94302. Arrangements by Chapel of the Chimes, Hayward, Calif.   [Adv 13/1/2002]

 

WILLIAM CARVALHO SR., 87, of Honolulu, died Aug. 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired mason for the Public Works Center. Survived by son, Alfred; daughters, Marilyn Alejado and Deborah Kupau-Bailey; sister, Helen Camara; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Burial 9 a.m. Saturday at Oahu Cemetery.   [Adv 15/8/2002]

 

ERNEST CARVELO , 76, of Kailua, died March 22, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Hawaiian Telephone Co. Survived by sons, Lenard, Douglas and Conrad; daughter, Germaine; brother, Pastor Edward; sister, Lillian Thureson; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Anthony's Church in Kailua, Mass 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Aloha attire.     [Adv 29/3/2002]

 

Daniel H. Case - Since his middle school days at Punahou, Daniel H. Case's curiosity and a thirst for adventure pushed and pulled him from one entrepreneurial venture to the next until he found the perfect match in California's high-flying technology sector.   Case, chairman of J.P. Morgan Chase's JPMorgan H&Q division, played a key role in forging Wall Street's fascination with young Internet companies in the late 1990s and was one of its best-known investment bankers. He died Wednesday morning at his home in the Bay Area among his friends and family after a yearlong battle with brain cancer. He was 44.  Case was just 34 when, in 1992, he became chief executive officer of the fabled San Francisco-based technology investment bank, Hambrecht & Quist, and presided over some of the Internet economy's most efflorescent IPOs, including Netscape and Amazon .com.  Born in Honolulu, the Rhodes scholar graduated from Punahou School and earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Princeton University.  When William Hambrecht, co-founder of Hambrecht & Quist, asked faculty at Princeton to recommend the school's "smartest student" for a summer internship, they sent him Case.  Case worked his way through Hambrecht & Quist's corporate finance, venture capital and mergers and acquisitions departments before becoming co-chief executive in 1992 and sole chief executive in 1994. He was named chairman in 1998. In 1999, two years after an aborted attempt to sell Hambrecht & Quist to Merrill Lynch & Co., Case sold the 31-year-old firm to Chase Manhattan Corp., now called J.P. Morgan Chase, for $1.2 billion.  While struggling with cancer, Case created a foundation called Accelerating a Brain Cancer Cure, with his brother Steve Case, chairman of AOL Time Warner, and their wives.  Case is survived by his wife, Stacey Black Case, and his four children, Alexander, Winston, John Daniel and Charlotte. In addition, he leaves his parents, Dan and Carol Case, his brothers Steve and Jeff, and his sister, Carin.  Funeral services will be held at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco July 2 at 3:30 p.m. The family has asked that any gifts in Case's honor be made to ABC2. The family, which is in San Francisco, had not yet planned a Honolulu service.   [Adv 28/6/2002]

 

ANDREW CASERIO, 85, of 'Aiea, died Dec. 10, 2002. Born in Michigan. An aircraft mechanic retired from Aloha Airlines. Survived by wife, Sylvia; son, Don; brothers, Ron and Ray DeMuri. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.        [Adv 15/12/2002]

 

Kirk H. Cashmere, a prominent civil rights lawyer who fought for the rights of minorities and challenged Hawai'i's ban on same-sex marriages, died yesterday Dec 2, 2002 after a long illness. He was 47.  Cashmere was born on July 18, 1955, in Milwaukee, Wis. His family moved to Hawai'i when he was 5, and he attended Iolani School. After earning his law degree from the University of Hawai'i William S. Richardson School of Law, he began his career as a civil rights attorney. Cashmere served as legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union. He also worked with the Legal Aid Society of Hawai'i, the Life Foundation and was a member of the State Ethics Commission. He had been in private practice since 1993. Throughout his career, Cashmere took on controversial issues, including a challenge to the state's Good Friday holiday. In 1996, he and two other lawyers represented three same-sex couples who sought legal marriages in Hawai'i. Hawai'i Intermediate Court of Appeals Judge Dan Foley worked with Cashmere on the same-sex marriage case. Foley, who preceded Cashmere as ACLU legal director, said Cashmere dedicated his legal career to civil rights. "He was very committed, very single-minded to the task at hand and a very passionate advocate for the causes that he took, whether it was the separation of church and state, gay rights, privacy issues related to HIV and AIDS," Foley said. "There haven't been that many civil rights attorneys in Hawai'i at one time, and he was one of the few that stood out." Foley said Cashmere fought for legislation dealing with AIDS and privacy when the disease was first making headlines in the 1980s. Longtime friend Trudy Schandler-Wong said Cashmere "wanted to help everyone, and nothing seemed to be too small. "His grandparents were immigrants from Europe, and they really shared with him a love for this country and a love for justice, for doing the right thing. I think that probably drove him," Schandler-Wong said. In addition to his legal work, Cashmere was active in the Jewish community. He wrote a treatise on the history of Jews in Hawai'i dating from 1840, and in 1975 he conducted the first High Holy Day service on the Big Island to what would become the Kona Beth Shalom. Cashmere is survived by his mother, Eileen; brother, Randy; and half sister Chantelle Goldstein. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. today at Mililani Memorial Park. A memorial service is set for 2 p.m. Sunday at Temple Emanu-El, 2550 Pali Highway. Donations may be made to the Rabbi Morris and Helen Goldfarb Education Fund at Temple Emanu-El, the Life Foundation or the Congregation Sof Ma arav.    [Adv 03/12/2002]

 

Kirk H. Cashmere, a civil-rights attorney who helped make same-sex marriage a major issue in Hawaii, died Dec. 2, 2002. He was 47. He was of three attorneys who represented three same-sex couples who wanted to be legally married in Hawaii. In 1996, then-Circuit Judge Kevin Chang ruled that the state failed to show any compelling reason to ban same-sex marriages. That led to a hotly debated 1998 constitutional amendment giving the Legislature power to limit marriage to people of the opposite gender. A friend of 26 years, Trudie Schandler-Wong, said "civil rights was his main mission."  "He took upon himself any group that was not being treated equally or fairly," Schandler-Wong said. Cashmere was the American Civil Liberties Union's attorney in a challenge to the state's Good Friday holiday contending it violated the principle of separation of church and state, but a federal judge rejected the case in 1987.  Nancy Kern, the HIV/STD Prevention Coordinator under the state Department of Health, said Cashmere "worked truly selflessly to advocate for people not recognized or were discriminated against." "He was always there for the underdog. He was so well-respected in the community for so many different reasons. He worked so hard to bring people together. He was honest and forthright. ... His loss is huge to our state," Kern said. Kern was on the Governor's Committee on HIV/AIDS with Cashmere in the late 1980s and early '90s. He was instrumental in drafting policy on "confidentiality and informed consent," among other rights of HIV/AIDS victims, and "made sure these compassionate and protective laws were passed," Kern said. David Brustein, an attorney and personal friend for 17 years, said Cashmere was an "absolutely brilliant, brilliant attorney" and a "very religious, spiritual person; a good-hearted soul." Cashmere took on the controversial gay rights cases because "no one else was doing it." "It was new at the time ... and he was not afraid of tough issues," Brustein said. Schandler-Wong said Cashmere observed every Jewish holiday and flew special religious items in from the mainland. Every holiday was "more joyous and complete with him there. ... We knew the wheres and the whys" of a holiday because of him. "He was a perfectionist, and it carried over to his legal work," she added. "Kirk held himself to the highest of standards, but he brought his friends all along with it." Born in Wisconsin, Cashmere's family moved to Hawaii when he was 5. He attended Iolani School and graduated from Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., where he majored in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies. Cashmere earned his law degree from the University of Hawaii's William S. Richardson School of Law. He served as legal director for the ACLU, and worked with the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii and the Life Foundation. He was a member of the state Ethics Commission. Cashmere is survived by mother Eileen, brother Randy and half-sister Chantelle Goldstein. Graveside services were held yesterday. A memorial service is set for 2 p.m. Sunday at Temple Emanu-El, 2550 Pali Highway. No flowers are requested. Donations may be made to the Rabbi Morris and Helen Goldfarb Education Fund at Temple Emanu-El, the Life Foundation or the Congregation Sof Maarav.     [SB 04/12/2002]

 

ELIZABETH BOYD CASKEY, formerly of Honolulu and Las Vegas, died March 27, 2002. Wife of the late Lawson Caskey, U.S. Army, Ret. Survived by sister, Mary Klerk and brother, Robert Boyd; two nephews and seven nieces. Private service and burial held. Arrangements by Sterling-Ashton-Schwab Funeral Home, Catonsville, Md.   [Adv 30/3/2002]

 

SUZANNE BALDWIN CASSIDAY, 71, of Honolulu, died March 15, 2002. Born in Waimea, Kaua'i. A descendant of the Baldwin missionary family and member of the Honolulu Garden Club. Survived by husband, Ben; daughters, Christina Foytich, Nancy Arnott and Gail Alger; stepdaughter, Carol Orr; stepson, Ben Cassiday III; sister, Sybil Frances; brother, Ben Baldwin Jr.; 10 grandchildren. Service 5 p.m. Sunday at 5621 Kalaniana'ole Hwy. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Assets School; La Pietra-Hawaii School for Girls; or a charity of one's choice. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 20/3/2002]

 

ALICE LUCILLE CASSIDY, 90, of Ocean View, Hawai'i, died Nov. 23, 2002. Born in Greenville, S.C. A retired beautician. Survived by son, Lawrence "Larry"; sister, Gladys Simpson; a granddaughter. Private service to be held at Pirate's Cove, Ocean View, Hawai'i at a later date. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.     [Adv 29/11/2002]

 

MAUREEN CARMEL CASSIDY, 70, of Montgomery, Ala., formerly of Honolulu, died July 7, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Former faculty member at Sacred Hearts Academy and University of Hawaii language department. Survived by cousins in Australia and Ireland. Visitation 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Sacred Hearts Academy Chapel; Mass 1:30 p.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Maureen C. Cassidy Memorial Scholarship, Sacred Hearts Academy. Casual attire.    [Adv 11/7/2002]

 

BARBARA MCKEAGUE CASTAGNETTI, 68, of Kailua, died Sept. 12, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Gene; sons, Frank, Gene, Ronald and Mark; five grandchildren; mother, Esther Hanson; brothers, Richard and Douglas. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Nuuanu Mortuary. Visitation also 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at the mortuary. Final visitation 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Anthony Church, Kailua; Mass 7 p.m.; cremation to follow. Inurnment 3 p.m. Wednesday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Memorial donations to Hospice Hawaii. Aloha attire. [Adv 9/18/2002]

 

JOHN BALABA CASTELO SR., 73, of Kapa'a, Kaua'i, died Sept. 14, 2002. Born in Kilauea, Kaua'i. A cargo agent for Hawaiian Airlines who also was a U.S. Army veteran. Survived by wife, Rose; sons, John Jr., Patrick and Alvin "Bino"; brothers and sisters, Felisa Villanueva, Felix "Dong" Castelo, Mary Yoshimura, Joe Castelo, Donald Castelo, Eddie Castelo and Charline Serita; two grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10:45 a.m. Friday at Immaculate Conception Church; service 11 a.m.; burial at Kauai Memorial Gardens. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kauai Mortuary. [Adv 9/18/2002]

 

APOLONIO BATALLONES CASTILLO, 74, of Waialua, died Jan. 30, 2002. Born in Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired Hilton Hawaiian Village housekeeper. Survived by wife, Felicitas; sons, Mario, Benigno, Wilfredo, Federico and Ireneo; daughters, Adoracion Lampitoc, Leticia Agustin and Josephine Digap; sisters, Laureta Valencia and Rosita Ancheta; 19 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary; service 10:30 a.m. Burial at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. [Adv 18/2/2002]

 

EVARISTO CASTILLO, 70, of 'Aiea, died Jan. 5, 2002. Born in Koloa, Kaua'i. Retired Army first sergeant. Survived by wife, Kazuko; son, Richard; daughters, Carol Yoro, Helen Rivera, Kathleen Huck, and Christine; sisters, Sally Paet, Florence Belarmino and Pacita Ramirez; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; services 12:15 p.m.; burial to follow at Hawai'i State Veteran's Cemetery. Casual attire.    [Adv 14/1/2002]

 

FLORENTINA SORIANO CASTILLO, 82, of 'Ewa Beach, died Aug. 6, 2002. Born in Caba, La Union, Philippines. Survived by husband, Pio; sons, Rodolfo, Rogelio and Romulo; daughters, Judy Hilario, Violeta DeGuzman, Emma Suphet; brother, Gerson Soriano; sisters, Loreto Soriano, Milagras Tiradora, Crisusa Garcia, Iluminada Victorino; 21 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Saturday at the church; Mass 10 a.m.; burial noon at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.     [Adv 13/8/2002]

 

JOSEPH "JOE" CASTILLO, 65, of Waimanalo, died Oct. 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired Freeman Guard Inc. security guard. Survived by brothers, Johnny and Henry; sister, Rosaline Wolfe, Francesca Matthey, Hope Martin, Leonora "Lee" Balino and Margaret "Marge" Mildrun. Visitation 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. George Catholic Church; Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 02/11/2002]

 

Manuel "Manning" Bolosan Castillo, 69, of Pearl City, died Jan. 16, 2002. He was born in Puhi, Kauai. He is survived by wife Carmen; daughters Tyger and Jennifer; and brothers Bernard, Fred and Alpidio. Services: 7 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary, Makai Chapel. Additional services: 10:30 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 1525 Waimano Home Road. Call after 9:30 a.m. Burial: noon Friday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [SB 28/21/2002]

 

Maria Barut Castillo, 93, formerly of New Mill (McBryde) Camp, Kauai, a housewife, died Thursday May 30, 2002 in Hale Kupuna Elderly Housing. She was born in the Philippines. She is survived by sons Alfred and MacArthur, daughters Josephine Samoy and Pacita Tegen, eight grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and a great-great- grandchild. Mass: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kauai. Call after 8:45 a.m. Burial to follow at Hanapepe Public Cemetery. Casual attire. No flowers.     [SB 1/6/2002]

 

SIMEON B. CASTILLO, 89, formerly of Kekaha, Kaua'i, died Sept. 1, 2002. Retired from Kekaha Sugar Co. Survived by sons, Sammy, Frederick and Mario; stepdaughter, Caroline Nakaahiki; grandchildren. Private service. Inurnment 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Mililani Memorial Park.     [22/9/2002]

 

VALINTIN CASTILLO, 90, of Wahiawa, died Oct. 21, 2002. Born in Bacnotan, La Union, Philippines. Retired heavy equipment operator at Schofield Barracks. A World War II and Korean War veteran. Survived by wife, Rosalina "Rose"; sons, Valentin "Val" Jr., Paul and Leo; daughters, Elena McKeague and Carol DeSantos; six grandchildren; two great-granddaughters. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; prayer service 10:30 a.m.; committal service 11:30 a.m. at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Casual attire.       [Adv 27/10/2002]

 

Vicente Longboy Castillo, 88, of Honolulu, a retired Mid Pac Lumber Co. truck driver, died Dec. 11, 2002 in Maluhia Long Term Health Care Center. He was born in Ilocos Norte, the Philippines. He is survived by wife Avelina, brothers Florenio and Jose Rizal, and sisters Maria Carulla, Eleanor Villegas, Frances Tobalado and Maxima Domingo. Services: 7 p.m. Sunday and 10:30 a.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary-Waipio, mauka chapel. Call after 6 p.m. Sunday and after 8:30 a.m. Monday. Burial: 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.       [SB 28/12/2002]

 

CORDELIA "HONEY" L. CASTLE, 85, of Kailua, died Jan. 6, 2002. Born in Mahnomen, Minn. Retired owner of Honey's Beauty Salon, Hawai'i Kai, and a homemaker. Survived by daughter, Candace "Candy" Bryant; sons, Thomas and Patrick Bement; brother, James Starkey; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Private service pending. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 9/1/2002]

 

CHAFFEE KING CASTLETON, 89, of Honolulu, died July 7, 2002. Born in Portland, Ore. A writer. Survived by daughter, Julia; brother, Grant King; sister, Julia Watson. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 21/7/2002]

 

ALVIN KAIPO CASTRO SR., 69, of Lahaina, Maui, died Dec. 3, 2002. Born in Lahaina. Retired Pioneer Mill welder. Survived by wife, Jeanette; son, Alvin Jr.; daughters, Stephanie Tartois and Terilynne Ishoda; four grandchildren; brother, Lawrence; sister, Carol Ichinose. Visitation 10 a.m. tomorrow at Maria Lanakila Catholic Church; Mass noon; burial at Maui Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary, Maui.     [Adv 13/12/2002]

 

CAYETANO DOMINGO CASTRO , 88, of pearl City, died July 3, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Retired S. McCabe Paving Co. paving engineer. Survived by daughters, Carmen Augustiro and Marcella Miller; sons, Frank, George and Enrique Rapisora; stepdaughters, Barbara, Gloria, Linda and Erika; 12 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; 38 step-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday at Valley of the Temples chapel; service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 12/7/2002]

 

FRANCISCO CLEMENT CASTRO, 61, of Mililani, died May 9, 2002. Born in Mountain View, Hawai'i. A telecommunications specialist for the federal government. Survived by wife, Shirley; son, Jonathan; brothers, Joe Baybado, Clemente and Fernando Castro; sisters, Juanita Ramirez, Margarita DeCurtis and Carmena Otomo. Private service and burial held. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.      [Adv 26, 5/2002]

 

FRANKLIN "PANCHO" CASTRO JR., 53, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Jan. 29, 2002. Born in Hau'ula. A self-employed handyman. Survived by companion, Nora Soares; sons, Sean and Franklin Soares, and Donovan, Marco and Chalcey; daughters, Vicky Steward and Patricia; mother, Christine; brothers, Larry and Roy; sisters, Christine Antolin, Shirley, Doris Paakaula, Nora Ward and Lily; hanai father, Charles Chung Jr.; hanai sister, Janice Chung; hanai brothers, Ah Wah Chung and Charles Chung III; 14 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 10:30 a.m. Friday at the mortuary; service 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park. Aloha attire.    [Adv 5/2/2002]

 

lvin Kaipo Castro Sr., 69, of Lahaina, a retired Pioneer Mill welder, died Dec. 3, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He was born in Lahaina. He is survived by wife Jeanette, son Alvin K. Jr., daughters Stephanie Tartios and Terilynne Ishoda, brother Lawrence K., sister Carol Ichinose and four grandchildren. Mass: noon Saturday at Maria Lanakila Catholic Church. Call after 10 a.m. Burial: 2 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park. A reception to follow at family residence. Casual attire.     [SB 11/12/2002]

 

LORETTA (LULA) CASTRO, 64, of Kapolei, died April 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Reuben Sr.; sons, Reuben Jr., Stephen, Robert, Leonard, Jason Aipolani, and John Chamberlin; daughters, Theresa Aipolani, Margaret Chamberlin, Jessica, Nancy and Marie; sisters, Juliana Mann, Juanita Almeita and Bennerita Coltes; brothers, Julio Coltes and Manuel Laboy; 10 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Visitation 5 p.m. Friday at United Gospel Fellowship Church, 95-061 Waimakua Drive, Mililani; service 7 p.m. Casual attire. Contact: Theresa Aipolani, 668-9305. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

LOUIS D. "BABE" CASTRO JR., 77, of Kane'ohe, died Oct. 5, 2002. Retired state Family Court detention officer. Survived by wife, Evelynn "Nani"; sons, Louis "Biggie" III, Herbert, Hamilton, Wayne Kahoonei Panoke, Jordan Ledford-Castro and Justin Ledford-Castro; daughters, Kuulei Kauanoe, Lehuanani Castro, Kauilani Castro and Sierralynn Ledford-Castro; sister, Lorraine "Sweetheart" Vincent; nine grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 11 a.m. Aloha attire.     [Adv 09/10/2002]

 

LOURDES EA CASTRO, 50, of Waipahu, died Sept. 30, 2002. Born in San Esteban, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. A jewelry polisher at Maui Divers. Survived by husband, Edmund; father, Tomes Ea; mother, Juanita Ea; brothers, Leonardo and Rogelio Ea; sisters, Dellia Apilado, Elsa Ricana, Celia Lazaro and Merlin Membrere. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:45 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Church; Mass 9:45 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 12/10/2002]

 

 

PEDRO KEOLA CASUGA, 23, of Miloli'i, Hawai'i, died Feb. 17, 2002. Born in Kealakekua, Hawai'i. A painter and farmer. Survived by companion, June Taetuna; brothers, Ben, Jack Sr., Raymond Kuahuia Sr., Steven Kuahuia Sr.; sisters, Shirley Castillio-Casuga, Pearline, Mildred, Elizabeth Taetuna; Dora Halena, Alice Gouveia, Rose Taylor; hanai sisters, Christina and Laurie-Ann; father, Nelson Kahele Sr.; brothers, Sherman and Rodney Kahele, Nelson Kahele Jr., and Bruce, Randall, Arthur and Kealoha Kahele, and Michael Colmar; sisters, Luana Taetuna-Kahele, Geraldine Kahele, Jaime Kamaka, Sheila Kamaka, Nalani and Leahi. Visitation from 5 p.m. Friday at the Shirley Castillio-Casuga residence, Miloli'i; rosary 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Miloli'i; memorial service 10 a.m.; burial to follow in church cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home.   [Adv 25/2/2002]

 

Maria Calderon Casupang, 84, of Pearl City, a retired seamstress, died Tuesday Aug 6, 2002 at home. She was born in the Philippines. She is survived by sons Ramon, Amador, Victor and Claudio; daughter Luisa DeGuzman; sisters Florentina Marquez, Cristita Ancheta and Monica Flores; brother Alfredo Calderon; 24 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. Services: 10:15 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church. Call after 9:30 a.m. Burial to follow at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [SB 8/8/2002]

 

JAMES LOUIS CATALA, 68, of Honolulu, died July 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Hawaiian Electric co. Survived by wife, Rosary; daughters, Thaela and Jacelynn; brothers, Ronald and John; sister, Lois. Visitation 4 p.m. Friday at the Mystical Rose Chapel, Saint Louis High School; Mass 6 p.m. Aloha attire. No flowers; donations to James Louis Catala Scholarship Fund. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.   [Adv 24/7/2002]

 

BENITO TABORA CAWAGAS, 96, of Pearl City, died Sept. 14, 2002. Born in Sanchez Mira, Cagayan, Philippines. Retired from the former Hamakua Sugar Plantation. Survived by wife, Nieves; sons, Antonio and Felomino; daughters, Gloria Lurendez and Mary; four grandchildren; one great-grandson; one great-grandson; sisters, Rufina Caoagas, Juliana Morales and Monica Pacris. Visitation 9 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 02//10/2002]

 

VICTORIA EDU CAYABAN, 90, of 'Ele'ele, Kaua'i, died March 25, 2002. Born in Bangui, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Romeo and Patriamor Agullana and William; daughters, Eleanor Agor and Marcelina Mendoza; 18 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; sister, Esperanza Garvida. Visitation 9 a.m. Saturday at Garden Island Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Hanapepe County Cemetery. Casual attire.      [Adv 28/3/2002]

 

EMILIO CAYABO, 103, of Honolulu, died May 15, 2002. Born in Nagbukel, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Survived by wife, Consuelo; nieces, Consuelo Molato, Herminia Pascua, Felicidad Santiago, Nida Martinez, Lolita Dugquem and Columba Agcayab; nephews, Ted Mina and Santos Siagan; cousins. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. Saturday at St. Anthony Church, Kalihi; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.      [Adv 26, 5/2002]

 

KATHLEEN CELESTINO, 55 of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died Feb. 16, 2002. Born in Shenandoah, Pa. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Michael Celestino and Sean Galmon; daughter, Tiffany Quillen; hanai son, Gus Celestino; granddaughter, Ellie Celestino. Service in Connecticut. Condolences may be sent to HCR 1 Box 5246, Kea'au, HI 96749. Arrangements by Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home.   [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

HARRISON BERNARD CELOZA , 43, of Honolulu, died May 23, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Foreman for Mega Construction. Survived by sons, Michael Telles and Harrison; daughter, Shannon; father, Thomas Barlan; mother, Pasencia "Loretta" Barlan; brothers, Bonifacio Jr., Jacob, James, Tyrone, Bradley, and Rudy Barlan; sisters, Eleanor Yarnell, Patricia, Isabel Asuncion, Mary Chris, Jacqueline, and Virginia Puma. Visitation 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 7:30 to 9:45 a.m. Thursday at the mortuary; Mass 10 a.m. at Blessed Sacrament Church; burial 11:30 a.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire.      [Adv 1/6/2002]

 

EUGENIA M. CERA, 97, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died March 8, 2002. Born in Ilocos Sur, Philippines. A housewife. Survived by son, Fredolin "Fred"; daughter, Francisca Cabalar; sisters, Victorina Capina and Quintina Sabalo; 17 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 10 a.m. Saturday at Alae Cemetery. Casual attire.    [Adv 19/3/2002]

 

VERONICA FARINAS CERIA, 92, of Wai'anae, died Feb. 8, 2002. Born in Magsingal, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. A retired school teacher in the Philippines. Survived by husband, Felino; son, Emmanuel; daughters, Mary Lou Tomaneng, Helen Ulibas and Piedad "Pig" Centeno; 20 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; rosary 6 p.m. Visitation also 10:15 a.m. Saturday at St Joseph Church; Mass 11:15 a.m. Burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.  [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

CHARLES "CHARLEY" KUUALOHA CHAI, 64, of Honolulu, died May 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A housekeeping shift manager for the Hale Koa Hotel. Survived by wife, Kealoha Guigni; daughters, Erin, Ui'lani Chaves, Tiffany Santos and Auli'i Wiley; son, Shane Maria; nine grandchildren; mother, Nora "Keahi" Santos; sisters, Sandy Silva and Blossom Thurston; brothers, George Meheula and Augie Santos. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Friday at Star of the Sea Church; eulogy noon; service 12:30 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 19/5/2002]

 

FANNIE AIKO CHAI, 70, of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died July 1, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Member of Grace Baptist Church. Survived by husband, David; sons, robert, Rodney and James; daughters, Sandra Sugimoto and Terrie Ikehara; brothers, Richard, Robert and Henry Chagami; sisters, ruth Otsuka, Nancy Kawamura, Lilian Yamamoto, Betty Koizumi and Jennie Tsuchidana; 15 grandchildren. Visitation 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Hanalani Schools, 94-294 Anania Drive, Mililani; memorial service 11:30 a.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 4/7/2002]

 

SHANNON FRANCISCO CHAI, 22, of Mililani, died June 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by mother, Germaine; father, Francisco Akhay Sr.; brothers, Frank Jr., Wayne and Glenn Akhay, and Shane; sisters, Doreen Ballo, Kristl Masulit and Leihulunani Siafuafu. Visitation 6 p.m. Saturday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Makai Chapel; service 6:30 p.m. Casual attire.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

HAZEL KAWAIAEA CHALMERS, 101, of Hale'iwa, died July 19, 2002. Former teacher at Hana School. Survived by daughters, Joan Djekick, Hazel Stephenson and Rosemary Compton; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m.Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m. No flowers.      [Adv 23/7/2002]

 

FRANK JAMES CHAMBRELLA JR., 71, of 'Ewa Beach, died Dec. 17, 2002. Born in Wai'anae. Dispatcher retired from Oahu Transit Services. Survived by wife, Mildred; sons, Frank III and Robert; daughters, Cynthia Cabral and Cheryl Lopez; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; sister, Aileen Neves. Visitation 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at Immaculate Conception Church; Mass noon. Burial to follow at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 23/12/2002]

 

HELEN MALIU CHAMIZO, 85, of 'Aiea, died April 7, 2002. Born in Kona, Hawai'i. A laundry supervisor retired from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Survived by children, Annette Kaiahua, Elliott Chamizo and John Chamizo Jr.; brothers, Solomon, Ted, Bruce and Robert Kalua; sisters, Shirley Przeradzki, Frances Kalua, Priscilla Hoke and Muriel Kalua; 15 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren. Private service and burial of ashes held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 14/4/2002]

 

JACK TAI YUEN CHAN, 81, of Kane'ohe, died June 25, 2002. Born in China. A courtesy clerk retired from Beretania Safeway. Survived by wife, Amy; son, Peter; daughter, Amy Tsark; two grandchildren; three brothers; four sisters. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 7/7/2002]

 

JOHN LAP KEUNG CHAN, 79, of Ho-nolulu, died jan. 16, 2002. Born in Shanghai, China. Retired accountant. Survived by son, Tony; daughter, Connie; one grandchild. Service 11:45 a.m. Wednesday at Diamond Head Mortuary. No flowers; donations to The Chan Family Scholarship Fund, Amherst College, Amherst, MA 01002. Aloha attire.

 

Kam Wai Chan, 79, of Honolulu, died Thursday Feb 28, 2002 in St. Francis Medical Center. He was born in China. He is survived by wife Mee Wan; son Paul L.P.; daughters Leslie L.M. Chan, Lai Yee Chan and Kathy L.Y. Young; sisters Choy Lin Loui and Cindy S.C. Lau; and two grandchildren. Taoist services: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary. Burial: 1 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [SB 4/3/2002]

 

KUN SUNG CHAN, 78, of Honolulu, died Sept. 2, 2002. Born in Hong Kong. Survived by wife, Shon Fong Choi; sons, Steve and Dannie; daughters, Teresa Lew, Selina Chan, Annie Liu, Kitty Poon, Connie Ho and Clara Toyama; sister, Kam King; 21 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; Taoist service. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery.    [Adv 2/9/2002]

 

LAM CHUN CHAN, 82, of Honolulu, died Nov. 9, 2002. Born in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Survived by daughters, Candy Endo, Pearl Yip and Maggie Buon-Ya; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation for Chinese Buddhist 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 11/11/2002] 

 

MANLEY MUN LIP CHAN, 45, of Honolulu, died June 15, 2002. Survived by parents, Foo and Alice; brothers, John, Edmund and Philman; sister, Susan Harris. Visitation 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m. No flowers. Aloha attire.       [Adv 19/6/2002]

 

Sau Ung Loo Chan, the first female lawyer of Asian ancestry in Hawai'i and an advocate for the underprivileged, died March 1.  She was 95. Born Aug. 8, 1906, in Ho-nolulu she was the last of six children born to Joe and Choy Shee Loo. Her father emigrated from China and counted among his friends Sun Yat Sen, who led the overthrow of the last Chinese emperor in 1911. Chan graduated from Punahou School and received her law degree from Yale University at age 22. She moved to Hong Kong, married and had a child. During the Chinese-Japanese War, Chan worked as an assistant legal counsel for William Hunt & Co. in Hong Kong. In 1940 she returned to Honolulu and passed the Territory of Hawai'i's bar examination to become the first Asian female lawyer in the Islands. In 1943 she organized the Circuit Court Small Estate and Guardianship Division, which she managed until her retirement in 1976. Throughout her career, Chan fought for the rights of the less privileged. Her testimony in 1948 before Congress helped amend unfair aspects of the Immigration Act of 1924. Daughter Janice Parrott said her mother was ahead of her time. "She was a single mother raising a daughter, and she was able to combine a successful career and accomplish raising me," Parrott said. "I think that's something that a lot of women today are still struggling with." In 1994, Chan was recognized by the Hawai'i State Bar Association for her distinguished career along with former Hawai'i Chief Justice William Richardson, U.S. District Judge Martin Pence and influential attorney J. Russell Cades. A year later, she was honored by the United Chinese Society as Model Chinese Mother of the year. Richard Parrott said his grandmother was a pioneer and supportive of him. A journalist, he is seeking a masters degree in film and video production at the University of Southern California. "She did touch many lives," he said. "She used her law for humanitarian reasons and to fight prejudice and economic injustices. That was her special mission in life." Chan is also survived by stepsons Robert and Tim Ching. Private services were held.   [Adv 10/3/2002]

 

SIU KWAN CHAN, 74, of Honolulu, died Nov. 10, 2002 in Kuakini Medical Center. Born in China. Owner of Wing On Company. Survived by sons, Ronald, Jimmy and Tommy; daughters, Oi Hing Kawakami, Rosemarie Hsia and Arlene Cheung; six grandchildren; brother, David Chong; sister, Yuk Lin Chong. Taoist service 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.      [Adv 14/11/2002]

 

CHANCE CHANEY, infant, died Aug. 10, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Survived by mother, Tami-Lynn; sisters, Jamie-Lynn Duvauchelle, Jolenta Duvauchelle; brothers, Richard Duvauchelle, Dylan Kuwamura and Lexington Chaney; grandparents, Maggie and John Duvauchell and Thomas Chaney. Private family service held. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.   [Adv 14/8/2002]

 

ALFRED CHOY CHANG, 73, of Honolulu, died Sept. 1, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired U.S. Air Force master sergeant. Survived by wife, Betty; son, Michael; daughters, Shari Plummer and Sandy Fukumoto; eight grandchildren; great-grandchild; brother, Donald; sisters, Kay Leitgeb, Lena Palama and Sharlene Chang. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 11 a.m. Inurnment 9:30 a.m. Monday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Aloha attire.    [Adv 11/9/2002]

 

ALLEN B.Y. CHANG , 74, of Portland, Ore., died June 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by brothers, Albert, Alden, Alvin and Alfred; sisters, Alicia Kim and Alma Payne. Graveside inurnment 11 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.         [Adv 13/6/2002]

 

ANDREW W.Y. CHANG , 70, of Honolulu, died May 24, 2002. A retired contract specialist with the PAF 15th Air Base Wing at Hickam Air Force Base. Survived by wife, Grace; daughters, Lisa and Lianne Bryant; brothers, Raymond, James and Edward; sisters, Eunice and Irene. Private service held at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 4/6/2002]

 

Angeline "Sweetheart" Laanui Chang, 67, of Pearl City, a homemaker, died Thursday Aug 29, 2002 in Kapiolani Medical Center in Pali Momi. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by husband Franklin; sons Dwayne, Daren and Darwin; daughter Dr. F. Healani K.; brother Moses "Sonny" Laanui; sisters Roberta Abe and Mary A. Goya; and five grandchildren. Mass: 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart, 1701 Wilder Ave. Call after 11:30 a.m. Cremation to follow. Aloha attire.     [SB 2/9/2002]

 

ANNE HALONEN CHANG, 89, of Hono-lulu, formerly of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died Jan. 2, 2002. Born in South Range, Mich. Retired registered nurse and homemaker. Survived by sons, Richard "Rick" and Arthur "Art"; daughter, Sally; two grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 9/1/2002]

 

ARTHUR CHUEN YAN CHANG, 75, of Honolulu, died May 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Mutual Welding Co. welder. Survived by daughters, Lori Ann Iha and Kyla Kaufman; a granddaughter; brothers, Richard, James and George; sister, Sister Ann Faber. Visitation 9 a.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 10 a.m. Aloha attire.    [Adv 28/5/2002]

 

ARTHUR W.L. CHANG, 74, of Kane'ohe, died Feb. 23, 2002 at home. Born in Honolulu. Retired from the federal government. Survived by wife, Carolyn; sons, Brian and Neal, and Jayson Matsuda; daughters, Leona Hirayanagi, Pamela Ishihara, Lorna Agcaoili and Karen Tydingco; brothers, Robert and Kenneth; sisters, Florence Au, Helen Tong, Fanny Lee Kai, Rose Tom, Theo and Eleanor Chang; 12 grandchildren; Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

BERNICE SUEKIN CHANG , 85, of Honolulu, died April 23, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired landscape architect from Tongg Associates. Survived by brothers, Albert and Happy Chun; sisters, Louise Chun and Patsy Chun. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 4/5/2002]

 

CECILIA VICTOR CHANG, 89, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Dec. 14, 2002. Born in Hilo. A retired office clerk for the state Department of Health. Survived by son, Victor; daughters, Cecilia "Lei" Yamada and Patricia Farinas; brother, Benedict Victor; 11 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren. Service held. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.      [Adv 24/12/2002]

 

FRANCIS CHOY CHANG, 87, of Honolulu, died April 24, 2002. Born in Waiahole. A retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard welder. Survived by children, Murle Milles, Gail Petagno, Gary, and Trudie China; brother, Fred; 11 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.  [Adv 15/5/2002]

 

FREDERICK K.S. CHANG, 68, of Honolulu, died March 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired bell man for Sheraton Royal Hawaiian Hotel. Survived by sister, Evelyn Rodrigues. Service 9 a.m. tomorrow at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; inurnment 10:30 a.m. at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 21/3/2002]

 

HAROLD WAH BEW CHANG, 76, of Upper Montclair, N.J., died Nov. 8, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A film editor in New York City. Survived by wife, Joan; sister, Audrey Nian; nieces and nephews. Inurnment service 11 a.m. Friday at Valley of the Temples chapel.    [Adv 04/12/2002]

 

HARRY F.Y. CHANG , 77, of Waimanalo, died May 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Shop 72 Rigger. Survived by wife, Hannah; brother, Walter; sisters, Odelean Kaikana, Bridget Caster and Josephine Loo. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Waimanalo Ward; service 8 p.m. Visitation also 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Thursday at the church; service 8:30 a.m.; burial 10 a.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 19/5/2002]

 

HOWARD KWAN SING CHANG, 87, of Pearl City, died May 16, 2002. Born in Hanalei, Kaua'i. Retired federal Pearl Harbor Naval Supply Center crater and packer. Survived by wife, Lynette; son, Marvin; daughter, Carol Sato; two grandchildren; sisters, Patsy Ching-shai, Emma Unabia, katherine Lee and Edith Chow. Visitation 5 p.m. Friday at Hosoi garden Mortuary; memorial service 6 p.m. In observance of religious beliefs, no flowers or monetary gifts; donations to one's favorite charity.     [Adv 20/5/2002]

 

JOE SING CHANG, 84, of Pearl City, died June 29, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Hickam Air Force Base as an aircraft instrument work leader. Survived by wife, Grace; sons, Gordon and Carlton; daughter, Jeanie Kwong; nine grandchildren; a great-grandchild; brothers, Kenneth and Joe; sister, Betty Yee. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 6 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.     [Adv 3/7/2002]

 

KAM CHOW CHANG, 75, of Honolulu, died Nov. 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired chef at Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel. Survived by brothers, Dai Hoy and Gordon; sisters, Ah Chew, Ruby Chin and Mew Ha Chun. Visitation 8:30-10:30 a.m. Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary; Taoist Service; burial 11 a.m. at Manoa Lin Yee Chung Cemetery. No flowers.     [Adv 19/11/2002]

 

KWAI SIM CHANG, also known as MARGARET KWAI SIM CHANG, 86, of Honolulu, died March 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired Waimanalo Elementary School teacher. Survived by husband, John; sons , Victor, Marshall and Noel; brother, Yau Sing Leong; sister, Ruth Young; four grandchildren. Visitation noon to 1 p.m. Monday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 1 p.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 8/3/2002]

 

KWAN YOU CHANG, 87, of Honolulu, died Jan. 13, 2002. Retired Army colonel and civil engineer; and retired state civil engineer. Survived by wife, Ellen; son, Allen; daughter, Lydia Gibson; brothers, Albert, Eric, Hawkin, Howard and Franklin; sisters, Lucille Lum, Lena Affonso, Eva Cullen and Miranda Margheim. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 23/1/2002]

 

LENA LOO CHANG, 97, of Honolulu, died Dec. 15, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Lunalilo School. Survived by grandchildren, Kelcy, Carty and Cory Chang and Verly Li; a great-grandson. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service noon. Burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 30/12/2002]

 

LESLIE ELLIS KEONAONA AKIRA CHANG, 31, of Waimanalo, died Feb. 12, 2002. A mechanic with GISC Heavy Equipment Corporation and pipefitter with Irrigation Technologies Corporation. Survived by mother, Ululani; sister, Norma Dudoit; brothers, Norman Jr. and Derrick; grandmother, Genoa Keawe. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [Adv 23/2/2002]

 

MARGARET KWAI SIM CHANG, also known as KWAI SIM CHANG , 86, of Honolulu, died March 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired Waimanalo Elementary School teacher. Survived by husband, John; sons , Victor, Marshall and Noel; brother, Yau Sing Leong; sister, Ruth Young; four grandchildren. Visitation noon to 1 p.m. Monday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 1 p.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 8/3/2002]

 

MARGARET LIN HONG CHANG, 78, died Jan. 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Joe; daughters, Sharon Chun and Jennifer Harty; sisters, Janet Wong and Julia Chin; four grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11:45 a.m. Thursday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11:45 a.m. Burial at Nuuanu Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 4/2/2002]

 

MARY LANI CHANG , 82, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Aug. 28, 2002. Born in Hilo. A homemaker and proprietress of the former Hilo Hearing Aid Service. Survived by sons, Herbert Jr. and Christopher; daughters, Norma Mancheff, Marilyn Brandon, Evelyn Girndt and Marilani Marciel; hanai sister, Violet "Ope" Mossman; 14 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10:30 a.m. to noon Thursday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hilo; Mass 12:15 p.m. at the church. Burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park, new section. Casual attire.   [Adv 1/9/2002]

 

MARY MEDEIROS CHANG, 85, of Pearl City, died Jan. 22, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Survived by sons, Robert and Doug; daughters, Luckie Sarne and Patricia Kekahuna; 15 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service noon. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.     [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

PAMELA LEOLANI CHANG, 53, of Honolulu, died Feb. 1, 2002. Born in Honolulu. National sales manager for Walter Golf, Inc. in Las Vegas, and former vice president of the Honolulu Club. Survived by husband, Dick Duckler; father, Walter "Sonny"; sister, Valerie. Service 6 p.m. Friday at Oahu Cemetery chapel. Inurnment 10 a.m. Saturday at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 6/2/2002]

 

SARAH LOOK MOI CHANG , 87, of Honolulu, died June 25, 2002. Born in Waimea, Kaua'i. Survived by sons, Ronnie and Steve; daughter, Lorna Lin; brother, Edward Ching; sisters, Grace Yap, Clara Ho and Katherine Loo; nine grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Visitation 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Monday at Star of the Sea Church; Mass 2:30 p.m. Burial at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.   [Adv 28/6/2002]

 

SAU SAN "LAWRENCE" CHANG , 91, of Honolulu, died April 5, 2002. Born in Tsingtau Shangtung, China. Survived by sons, Andrew and Harris; daughter, Myra; two grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at Nuuanu Mortuary; Chinese Buddhist Service. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.     [Adv 13/4/2002]

 

SYLVIA CHUN-HOON CHANG, 63, of Honolulu, died July 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Wilder Avenue Drugs manager. Survived by husband, Albert; sons, Cary and Collin; daughter, Patricia de los Reyes; mother, Edith Chun-Hoon; brothers, Clarence Chun-Hoon Jr. and Richard Chun-Hoon. Visitation 10 a.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.      [Adv 23/7/2002]

 

WALTER FONG YEE CHANG SR., 87, of Wahiawa, died July 31, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard caulker/chipper. Survived by wife, Catherine; son, Walter Jr.; daughter, Leonilda Malterre; sisters, Odelian Kaikana, Josephine Loo and Bridget Castro; three grandchildren. Private service and interment held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.     [Adv 1/8/2002]

 

WILLIAM "BILL" YAU KEE CHANG, 88, of Wahiawa, died Feb. 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired warehouse foreman. Survived by son, Gerald; grandchildren, Christopher and Kimberly; brothers, Dr. Theodore, Allen, Calvin and Walter "Wally"; nieces and nephews. Private service held. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.    [Adv 6/3/2002]

 

WILLIAM WAH YEN CHANG, 81, of Honolulu, died March 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired federal machinist. Survived by wife, Pearl; daughters, Jade and Hope; brothers, Walter and Raymond; sister, Edith Tom; a grandchild. Visitation 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary, service 12:30 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire. [Adv 31/3/2002]

 

YAT SAN CHANG, 90, of Honolulu, died June 24, 2002. Survived by wife, Hang Yiu; daughter, Siu Ching Che; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Visitation 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [Adv 30/6/2002]

 

MARYLENE OI SINN CHANG-HOM, 45, of South Pasadena, Calif., died May 22, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Senior IBM project manager. Survived by husband, Robert Hom; daughter, Melissa; son, Alex; father, Anthony Chang; mother, Clara Chang; brothers, Wesley Chang, Willis Chang and Rupert Chang; sisters, Micheline Steacy and Maureen Chang. Mass 7 p.m. Tuesday at Holy Trinity Church. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Fukui Mortuary, Los Angeles.    [Adv 1/8/2002]

 

Hilda "Tita" Kam Char, 81, of Honolulu died Sunday in Hospice Hawaii Kailua Home. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by husband Donald, daughters Laurita Isa and Donna Frost, brothers Albert and Edward Kam, sister Laurita "Lei" Howard, five grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Services: 3 p.m. Sunday at Diamond Head Mortuary. Call after 1 p.m. Burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [SB 27/6/2002]

 

Patricia Anne Charbonneau, 80, of Wailuku, a homemaker, died Wednesday Jan 9, 2002 in Wailuku. She was born in Mitchell, S.D. She is survived by husband Yale H.; sons Lance, John and Zachary; daughters Mary Christen, Sarah Charbonneau and Abby Jackson; brother William Delany; sister Sheila Delany; 15 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Private services. No flowers. Donations suggested to the Suzanne Jacobson Memorial Fund, 713 43rd St. NW, Watertown, SD 57201.    [SB 12/1/2002]

 

VERNON ALBERT CHARLES JR., 57, of Honolulu, died May 9, 2002. Born in Chicago. A United Airlines reservations supervisor. Survived by son, Vernon III; daughter, Kimberly Reynolds; stepson, Todd Johnson; four grandchildren; mother, Lucille; sister, Karen Hughes; primary caregiver, Joyce Charles. Visitation from 5 p.m. Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 6 p.m. Aloha attire.  [Adv 12/5/2002]

 

JANE CHARTER, 83, of Honolulu, died Oct. 19, 2002. Born in Durango, Colo. A retired retail store manager. Survived by sons, Corey and Dane Christopher; three grandchildren. Private scattering of ashes. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.   [Adv 26/10/2002]

 

"BUZZY" CLEMENT F.H. CHAVES JR., 56, of Hilo, died Aug. 28, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Survived by wife, Paula; daughters, Cari Ann Chow, Michele, Terri Fukunaga and Kristi Kubo; sons, Brandon Chaves and Leland Kubo; mother, Kathy; brothers, Gregory "Brad", Kevin and Stephen "Skipper"; sisters, Tina DeLima, Terry Bello, Tanya Schmidt and Stephanie "Twinkle" Simeona; four grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; prayer service 7 p.m. Committal inurnment service 10 a.m. Monday at Hawai'i Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire.    [Adv 6/9/2002]

 

DENNIS KIM TONG CHEE, 75, of Honolulu, died May 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Insurance agent for Loyalty Agency. Survived by brothers, Chilton, Kalfred, Ernest and Leslie; sister, Jackie Char. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 23/5/2002]

 

Eloise Lee Chee, 91, of Kahului, died Tuesday Feb 5, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Wailuku. She is survived by husband K. U. Chee; daughter Evelyn Nemeth; brother Robert Lee; sisters Irene Lee, Edna Leong, Muriel Lee and Jeanette Bow; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Monday at Kahului Union Church. Call after 10 a.m. Burial: 1:30 p.m. at Paia Chinese Cemetery. Aloha attire.        [SB 10/2/2002]

 

KOK UNG CHEE , 96, of Kahului, Maui, died July 2, 2002. Retired First Hawaiian Bank assistant branch manager. Survived by daughter, Evelyn Nemeth; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Ah Hong Chee. Visitation 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at Kahului Union Church; celebration of life 4 p.m. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary, Maui.      [Adv 12/7/2002]

 

LORRAINE KAM OI CHEE, 76, of Honolulu, died Nov. 4, 2002. Born in Hau'ula. Retired Sears Roebuck & Co. cashier. Survived by husband, George; daughter, Darlene; granddaughter, Marcia Wegesend. Visitation 10:15 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 12:15 p.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.   [Adv 11/11/2002]  

 

OI KING LEE CHEE , 89, of Kane'ohe, died may 13, 2002. Born in China. Member of Buck Toy Club. Survived by sons, Stephen, Edward and William; 14 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren. Visitation noon to 1:45 p.m. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; burial to follow at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.   [Adv 17/5/2002]

 

WALTER W.C. "HOPPY" CHEE, 75, of Waipahu, died July 31, 2002. Retired City & County of Honolulu maintenance supervisor. Survived by brothers, Albert and Gilbert; sisters, Ellen Lui, Miriam Kong, Natalie Young, Susie Lapid, Betty Keahi and Janet Maunupau; caregiver, Hildegard "Lani" Akee. Visitation 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire. No flowers.   [Adv 15/8/2002]

 

Yun Tau Chee, the first Miss Hawai'i in 1948 who broke the color barrier at the Miss America pageant, died Feb. 21 in Kailua. She was 73. Chee, a retired public school teacher, was born Yun Tau Zane in Kohala, on the Big Island, on March 27, 1928, the fourth of eight children. She graduated from Kohala High School and moved to O'ahu to attend the University of Hawai'i, where she majored in home economics. As a 20-year-old college junior, she entered the first Miss Hawai'i pageant, primarily to earn scholarship money. She finished second in the contest at the 49th State Fair at Kapi'olani Park. But she was declared Miss Hawai'i after the winner disqualified herself because she had not met eligibility requirements. Hawai'i had never before sent a representative to the Miss America pageant because "only girls of Caucasian races previously were admitted," according to newspaper accounts. Chee was the first Asian contestant, and with Irma Nydia Vasquez from Puerto Rico, the first non-Caucasians to participate in the Miss America pageant. Chee said she was "in awe" when she arrived in Atlantic City. Under the tutelage of Winona Beamer, she performed hula for the talent contest. Chee was named Miss Congeniality and won a $1,000 scholarship, which she used to attend the University of Wisconsin, where she earned her fifth-year teaching certificate. She married Hon Ting Chee and had four sons. She taught kindergarten for 31 years and retired from Ma'ema'e School in 1986. Yun Tau Chee also is survived by sons Darrick and Brandon; brothers Ah Chong, Warren and Y.S. Zane; and sisters Y.C. Tenn, Y.M. Okimoto, and Betty Henrickson. Visitation is Thursday from 9:30 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, with service at 10:30 a.m. Burial will take place Friday at 9 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery.   [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

BEATRICE HO CHEN, 72, of Honolulu, died Aug. 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed as a secretary at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Survived by sons, Stephen, Dennis and Patrick; mother, Daisy Ho; a grandson; sisters, Elaine Kanne and Shirley Zane. Visitation 10 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m. Burial at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.   [Adv 1/9/2002]

 

WAI LI CHEN, 53, of Honolulu, died Jan. 4, 2003. Born in Guangdong, China. Survived by husband, Lin Chiu; daughter, Leila; son, Nelson; brothers, Wai Po Chau, Hui Kang Chou and Michael Chau; sisters, Wai Quen Lee and Michele Leung. Visitation 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; Taoist services; burial 3 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.       [Adv 07/01/2003]

 

HUAN CHENG, 70, of Kekaha, Kaua'i, died April 26, 2002. Born in China. Survived by wife, Bonifacia; son, Rex; two granddaughters. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary, Honolulu; service 10 a.m. Inurnment 11 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. [Adv 6/5/2002]

 

HUI SHENG CHENG, 56, of Honolulu, died July 19, 2002. Born in China. Survived by husband, Qing Yuan Ruan; son, Zi Hang Ruan; daughters, Joey and Sally Ruan; brothers, Po Ko and Po Lam; sisters, Feng Hua, Feng Zhu, Feng Hui and Hui Nong ; two grandchildren. Service 8 a.m. Saturday at Oahu Cemetery Chapel; burial 12:30 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 24/7/2002]

 

AMY MAY LEE CHEONG, 50, of Honolulu, died April 1, 2002. Born in Canton, China. Roosevelt High School graduate. Survived by parents, Wing Foo and Siu Kwan; brothers, Robert and James. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Sunday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11 a.m. Cremation to follow. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 8/4/2002]

 

WING YUNG CHEONG, 87, of Honolulu, died Jan. 27, 2002. Born in Canton, China. A chef retired from Lau Yee Chai Restaurant. Survived by wife, Janice; sons, Herbert and Richard; brother, Wing Foo; sister, Yee Ling; five grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 10:30 a.m. Burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.       [Adv 2/2/2002]

 

EMILIE FREITAS CHERRY , 98, of Pearl City, died Aug. 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired school teacher. Survived by sons, Ralph and Charles; daughter, Janette Akana; sister, Alice Matt; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 to 11 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church; Mass 11 a.m. Burial 12:45 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.    [Adv 26/8/2002]

 

HING LAM CHEUNG, 54, of Honolulu, has died. Born in China. Survived by wife, Siu In; son, Calvin; daughters, Colleen and Carrie; two brothers; two sisters. Taoist service from 10:15 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [Adv 11/3/2002]

 

SO WAN CHEUNG, 84, of Honolulu, died July 14, 2002. Born in Shantung, China. Survived by husband, Chen Shan Hwang; daughters, Monique Hwang and Stephenie Poon; five grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 21/7/2002]

 

WILFRED PUALOHA AU HONG MOCK CHEW , 86, of Honolulu, died March 12, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. Survived by son, Irwin Mock; daughter, Ellen Lueck, Lynette Mock-Peck and Ellen Shaver; 14 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; brothers, Samuel, Moses and Nelson Mock and Hiram Hee; sister, Rozalind Graham. Visitation 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 12:30 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.    [Adv 19/3/2002]

 

ROCKY HIDEO CHIBANA , 77, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died June 23, 2002. Born in Papa'ikou, Hawai'i. A retired budget analyst for the Department of Defense in Okinawa. Survived by wife, Evelyn "Masae"; sons, James and Harry; daughter, Alice Isagawa; brothers, Charles "Minoru" and Robert "Makoto"; sisters, Carol Shimabukuro and Elaine Miyashiro. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Monday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 10 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery #2. Casual attire.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

SUMIE HAYASHI CHIBANA, 78, of Honolulu, died Jan. 2, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A retired Lanai Sportswear store manager. Survived by son, Howard; daughters, Kathleen Long; granddaughter, Meredith Long; brother, Nobuo Hayashi. Visitation 3 p.m. today at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 4 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.         [Adv  8/1/2002]

 

CECILIA VIRGINIA CHICA, 91, of Pearl City, died Nov. 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Pancho; sons, Frank, Donald and Martin Verece; daughters, Gladys Sedeno, Betty Jean "BJ" Verece, Linda Kamai, Ginger Perreira and Diane Penna; sisters, Olivia Fivella and Caroline Rodrigues; grandchildren; great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10:15 a.m. Thursday at St. Anthony's Church; Mass 10:15 a.m. Burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.  [Adv 10/11/2002]

 

MEILING KUO CHIK, 50, of Waipahu, died March 26, 2002. Born in Taiwan. Survived by husband, Archie Tat Chor Chik; son, James Lee Frederick; brother, Kuo Ming Yun. Visitation 9 a.m. tomorrow at Borthwick Mortuary; Tibetan Buddhist Dharma prayers 9:30 a.m. Cremation to follow.     [Adv 01/04//2002]

 

KIKUE CHIKAMORI, 87, of Ho-nolulu, died Oct. 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Arthur and Ernest; daughters, Grace Ching and Janet Masuoka; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 11/10/2002]

 

HARUKO "JACKIE" CHIKAZAWA, 72, of Kane'ohe, died Feb. 23, 2002. Born in Puna, Hawai'i. Survived by husband, Tetsuo; sons, Bert and Karl; daughters, Marlene Escajeda and Ramona Cullen; sisters, Rose Crawford, Kay Costa, Sets Dover, Tsutae Iwamoto, Sue Kodama; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Service 7 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary. Inurnment 3 p.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park.  [Adv 4/3/2002]

 

CYNTHIA MARIE CHILD, 56, formerly of Honolulu, died Nov. 25, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Active in the tour business. Her family had a controlling interest in Inter-Island Resorts and interest in Grayline and Tradewind Tours. Survived by daughters, Trina Lagodlagod and Stephanie Lagodlagod; stepdaughter, Lisa Fisher; two grandsons; brother, Walter Jr. Service 2 p.m. Sunday at 33 Hidden Valley Road, Rolling Hills Estate, CA 90274. No flowers. Memorial donations to Peregrine Hospice, Inc., 1403 W. Lomita Blvd., Suite 301; Harbor City, CA 90710.      [Adv 14/12/2002]

 

David Childs, small-town crusader, unabashed liberal and irascible contributor to The Advertiser's letters-to-the-editor section, died of cancer Tuesday Dec 10, 2002 at his home in Ma'ili. He was 59. In the mid-1970s Childs was elected mayor of his hometown of Shenandoah, Iowa, by the largest majority in the town's history. He was defeated in the following election by the same margin. As mayor , Childs gained national attention for his crusade to expose the difficulties faced by America's small towns. Childs formed the National Rural Communities Mayor's Conference, a maverick mail-order coalition with representation from every state. He drove his car to little towns from coast to coast, including a famous trip to Plains, Ga. His travels were followed by The Associated Press and all three major television networks. In Plains, he vowed to sit on Jimmy Carter's doorstep until the president-elect promised to befriend little towns, which Carter did. Childs "always understood that the little guy was really the big guy," said his friend, author Will Campbell of Mount Juliet, Tenn., who became acquainted with Childs during his small-town crusade. A frequent annual visitor to Hawai'i since the 1980s, Childs moved with his family to Ma'ili in 2000. Never shy about expressing an unpopular opinion, Childs wrote letters to the editor favoring legalized gambling, claiming that pidgin holds back local students, and describing those who oppose cockfighting as hypocrites. His provocative stances, he once explained, were a means of getting others to consider alternative sides of an issue. "Generally, when I write these letters I assume a certain intelligence in the reader," he said. "Editorial page readers are usually educated." Shortly before his death, he worked as a substitute teacher at Wai'anae High School. Childs is survived by his wife, Patricia; sons, Bill, Randy and Cody; brothers, Steven and Michael; and sister, Susan Hagemann. Childs will be buried at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl during a service at 3 p.m. tomorrow. Arrangements are being handled by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 12/12/2002]

 

RICHARD CLAYTON CHILLINGWORTH, 82, formerly of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died Feb. 18, 2002, in Hilo. Born in Honolulu. A retired credit consultant. Survived by wife, Hazel; daughters, Barbara Volhein, Kapua Gouveia, Denise Chillingworth and Enzel Bowler; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Private service held. Memorial donations to Boy Scouts of America. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.   [Adv 24/2/2002]

 

NUG PON "YOBO" CHIN , 79, of 'Ewa Beach, died July 22, 2002. Born in Waipahu. A truck driver retired from Sears & Roebuck. Survived by wife, Lucille; sons, Abraham, Samson and Spencer; daughters, Brycie, Sidney and Ka'ua; brothers, John and Raymond; sister, Sarah; 14 grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. Tuesday at Auwaiolimu Congregational Church; service 11 a.m. Private inurnment. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.    [Adv 27/7/2002]

 

GEORGE MATSUICHI CHINEN, 73, of Honolulu, died Dec. 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard shipfitter. Survived by brother, Ralph; sisters, Beatrice Uchima, Betty Naka, Kay Katoku and Connie Matayoshi. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.         [Adv 06/01/2003]

 

KIYOKO CHINEN, 88, of Pearl City, died March 22, 2002. Born in Pu'uloa, Hawai'i. A kitchen helper retired from Diner's Drive Inn. Survived by sons, Thomas, Frederick and Edward; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 3/4/2002]

 

MARGARET YEMIKO CHINEN, 72, of Honolulu, died Aug. 29, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Richard; daughters, Richlyn Okimi, Jerilyn Chibana, Joanne Ing and Julianne Nakamura; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Larry Miyashiro; sisters, Florence Hamamura, Doris Kamae, Gladys Oshiro and Helen Miyashiro. Visitation from 7 p.m. Thursday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; memorial service 8 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 1/9/2002]

 

MASAE IBARA CHINEN, 96, of Honolulu, died Feb. 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A registered nurse. Survived by daughters, Ann Chinen Ito and Willa "Michiko" Chinen; three grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.   [Adv 13/3/2002]

 

WALLACE SEIKO CHINEN, 87, of Honolulu, died Dec. 17, 2002. Born in Kailua, Maui. A meat cutter retired from Times Super Market. Survived by son, Carlton; daughters, Joyce Chinen, Eunice Dela Cruz and Karleen Chinen; a granddaughter; brothers, Hideo and Masahide; sisters, Lorraine, Florence Yoshimoto, Dorothy Doi and Cindy Naylor. Visitation from 11 a.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service noon. Aloha attire.    [Adv 23/12/2002]

 

Anita B. Ching, 61, of Dayton, Nev., formerly of Honolulu, a licensed practical nurse, died Wednesday Jan 30, 2002 at home. She was born in Hilo. She is survived by husband Gerald, son Gerald Jr., daughters Juanita Ching and Crystal Moniz, sisters Barbara Anderson and Janet Manley, brother James Toledo and mother Beatrice Toledo.       [SB 1/2/2002]

 

CHARLES S.Y.CHING , 86, of Honolulu, died May 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired supervisor at Marine Corps Base Hawai'i, Kane'ohe Bay. Survived by daughters, Darien Carleen Nishina and Sanda Chun; sons, Wayne and Steven; sisters, Hilda Akana and Audrey Chun; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.   [Adv 10/5/2002]

 

CHIYOKO CHING, 78, of Honolulu. died Dec. 27, 2002. Born in Yokohama, Japan. A Fumi's Beachwear sales clerk. Survived by sons, Sterling and Wendell; grandson, Jazzton; sister, Kyoko Nishizawa; caregiver, Kristie Doss-Ching. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 09/01/2003]

 

Dr. Edward Dai Tim Ching, 97, of Campbell, Calif., former head physician for Waimano Home, died Saturday. He was born in Hanapepe, Kauai. He is survived by sons Calvin S. and Curtis, daughter Carolee Chan and sister Constance Chu. Services on the mainland. Hawaii services: Feb. 23 at St. Philomena Church, Moanalua. [SB 7/2/2002]

 

EDISON "O'OGIE" C.W. CHING , 53, of Honolulu, died July 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu, Former MTL bus driver. Survived by wife, Kathleen; sons, Edison and Cowin; daughter, Nani; mother, Nancy Beckley; sister, Pamela "Penny" Jardine; brother, Daryl. Service 10 a.m. Tuesday. Contact Penny Jardine for further information: 484-8299 or 221-3953. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 27/7/2002]

 

ELSIE LEE CHING, 97, of Honolulu, died July 13, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A homemaker. Survived by daughters, Maud Chang and Roberta Lee; son, Chauncey; brother, Sonny Lee; sisters, Rachel Wong and Connie Yee; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Family services held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 29/7/2002]

 

ERNEST W.H. CHING, 62, of Waipahu, died July 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard nuclear pipefitter. Survived by son, Kevin; daughter, Rachelle Chang; mother, Ah Moi; brothers, Spencer and Stanley; sisters, Lucille Kuwaye and Gloria Sakai; three grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary; Taoist services. Burial 10 a.m. Monday at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery.      [Adv 972002]

 

ETHEL KIM MAU CHING, 99, of Honolulu, died May 18, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A member of St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Survived by sons, Randolph, Donald and Cedric; daughter, Adrienne; six grandchildren. Service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.     [Adv 30/5/2002]

 

FLORENCE GARCIA CHING also known as FLORA CHUNG, 92, of Honolulu,died Feb. 11, 2002. Born in Hana, Maui. A homemaker. Survived by sons, John Chung and James Chung; daughter, Betty Carvalho; 25 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. Visitation from 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. John the Baptist Church; service 10:30 a.m.; burial noon at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 16/2/2002]

 

HING CHONG CHING, 77, of Honolulu, died June 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired cook. Survived by wife, Grace; daughters, Jeannette Ching-Nip and Fanny; sister, Katy Lum; two grandchildren. Visitation for Taoist services, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.          [Adv 17/6/2002]

 

HUNG DAU CHING, 95, of Honolulu, died June 29, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired City & County of Honolulu civil service employee and former schoolteacher and counselor. Survived by sons, Dick, Wayne, and Leigh-On; daughter, Lynn Godfrey; four grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Friday at Community Church of Honolulu; service 10:30 a.m. Private inurnment at Diamond Head Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Community Church of Honolulu. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.     [Adv 3/7/2002]

 

Hung Wai Ching, retired real estate developer, prominent Chinese community leader, former YMCA administrator and former University of Hawai'i regent, died Feb. 9, 2002 at St. Francis Medical Center Liliha.  Ching, who lived in Honolulu, was 96 years old.  In 1928, he received his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Hawai'i. In 1989, UH awarded Ching, who had argued against the imprisonment of Hawai'i's Japanese community during World War II, an honorary degree.  Ching is survived by sons King-Lit and Sai; by his daughter, Su-Sun Wang; his sister, Bessie Loo; nine grandchildren; and five great grandchildren.  Visitation is from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Community Church of Honolulu.  The memorial service will be held immediately afterward. The family requests aloha attire. They also request no flowers.   [Adv 18/2/2002]

 

Hung Wai Ching - In his 96 years, businessman Hung Wai Ching, along with his brother Hung Wo Ching, helped found Aloha Airlines. He was also a University of Hawaii regent and held directorships with Liberty Bank, Pacific Insurance Co. and Pacific Management Co. and was a general partner in Pacific Land Hui and Oahu Homes. But Ching's greatest contribution was "his outspoken affirmation of the loyalty" of Japanese Americans during World War II, says Ted Tsukiyama, veteran and historian of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Ching died of cancer Saturday Feb 16. 2002 at St. Francis Medical Center. Tsukiyama, who will deliver a eulogy tomorrow at his funeral, said Ching "grew up in the slums" around the Nuuanu YMCA as one of six children born of Chinese immigrants. He went to school and played with people of different races and ran programs at the YMCA in his neighborhood. "(This) accounts for his position. He needed no convincing whether these guys (the Japanese) were loyal Americans or not," Tsukiyama said. "Who knows if we would've had a 442nd if it wasn't for all the things Hung Wai did." Ching was known as the "father of the Varsity Victory Volunteers," a group of UH ROTC students who were discharged from the Hawaii Territorial Guard in 1942 because they were Japanese, an event that sowed the seeds for the formation of the 442nd. Ching was appointed to the Council on Interracial Unity's Morale Division, a liaison group of civilians and the military, and used his position to prevent the detention of Japanese in Hawaii or have them released, Tsukiyama said. He persuaded Army intelligence not to fill its daily quota of indiscriminate arrests, he added. Ching also worked tirelessly for their orderly return to civilian life after the war, Tsukiyama said. That is why Ching was one of the first to become an honorary member of the 442nd Veterans Club, he added. Eddie Yamasaki, a 442nd veteran who is collecting memoirs for a book to be released, said, "He made a difference in how the military and the FBI looked at us." Ching graduated in 1924 from McKinley High School. Among his classmates was the former Elsie Tong, whom he married in 1934. He graduated from UH in 1928 with a degree in civil engineering and earned a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary and a master's degree from Yale Divinity School in 1932. Soon after becoming a real estate broker in 1945, Ching helped found Aloha Airlines, serving as a director for 25 years. He was on the board while his brother, Hung Wo Ching, was board chairman, and was elected a director emeritus when he retired from it in 1971 at age 65. Ching was president of the advisory board of St. Francis Hospital and held trusteeships with Honolulu Academy of Arts, Leahi Hospital, Hawaii Veterans Memorial Fund, United Church of Christ Foundation and the University of Hawaii Foundation. He was a member of the board of governors of McInerny, the Hawaii apparel chain, and president of Hawaii Motors. He is survived by wife Elsie, sons King Lit and Sai Lit, daughter Su Sun, sister Bessie Loo and nine grandchildren. Services will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Community Church of Honolulu; call after 2:30 p.m. Aloha attire and no flowers are requested.   [SB 22/2/2002]

 

Hyel "Pops" Kapu Ching, 80, of Waianae, a retired Lualualei Naval Ammunition Depot crane operator, died Sunday Nov 10, 2002. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by sons Hyel III and Kyle Ching and Delroy Maka; daughters Crystal Keohohina, Caroline Kaneakua and Bernadette Dana; sister Maude Kane; 24 grandchildren; 62 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Wake services: 7 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary-Waipio, makai chapel. Call after 6 p.m.    [SB 16/11/2002]

 

James L.F. Ching, 63, of Honolulu, a radar operator, died Tuesday   Sep 3, 2002. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Karen, brothers Elmo and Robert, and sister Yuk L. Chung. Services: 7 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Memorial Park and Mortuary-Waipio, mauka chapel. Call after 6:30 p.m. Burial: 9 a.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park.    [SB 8/9/2002]

 

KATHERINE LUM CHING, 95, of Honolulu, died Sept. 29, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Former president of Lum Yip Kee Ltd. Survived by sons, Norman, Clinton, Franklin and Wallace; 16 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 10:45 a.m. Sunday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 10:45 a.m.; burial to follow at Manoa Chinese Cemetery. Donations to Palolo Chinese Home Capital Campaign; Kim Ak and Katherine Lum ('27) Ching Endowed Scholarship, Punahou School, or donor's favorite charity. Aloha attire.    [Adv 15/10/2002]

 

KOON LEE CHING, 86, of Honolulu, died Aug. 10, 2002. Born in Kapaia, Kaua'i. Retired engineer equipment inspector for the federal government. Survived by wife, Stella; brothers, Koon Ye and Koon Chee; sisters, Shew Young Leong, Oi Kam Kam and Mew Lung Goo. Visitation 10 to 11:45 a.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:45 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery.Casual attire.   [Adv 20/8/2002]

 

LAWRENCE LAN CHEONG CHING , 74, of 'Aiea, died May 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired operating room technician for Tripler Army Medical Center. Survived by brothers, Albert Ching and Arthur Chang; sisters, Sun Yee You, Lynda Pang and Jessie Lee. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 10 a.m. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 5/6/2002

 

LILLIAN KAM LIN CHING, 96, of Honolulu, died March 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A member of Ching Clan Benevolent Society. Survived by sons, Walter and Wilfred; Survived by daughters, Leatrice Chow and Beatrice Wong; 13 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service noon; burial 12:45 p.m. at Nuuanu Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire.    [Adv 19/3/2002]

 

Margaret Lee Ching, 90, formerly of Hawaii, a former teacher for the state Department of Education, died May 29, 2000, in Campbell, Calif. She was also a financial consultant for Grand Pacific Life Insurance Co. and a distributor for Shaklee Authorized Distributors. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by sons Calvin S. and Curtis, daughter Carolee C. Chan, nine grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Services: 10:45 a.m. Saturday at St. Philomena Catholic Church. Call after 10 a.m. Casual attire.     [SB 20/2/2002]

 

MARY AU CHING, 98, of Bingham Tract, died Jan. 13, 2002. Born in Kaluanui, Maui. Survived by sisters, Alice Yuen and Esther Robles; sons, The Rev. Herbert, Edward, Lloyd and Philip; 14 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. Visitation from 9 to10:30 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church, Makiki; Mass 10:30 a.m. Private burial. No flowers. Aloha attire. Memorial donations to Sacred Heart Church, Makiki. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.       [Adv 17/1/2002]

 

MIRIAM SHIM CHING, 85, of Honolulu, died Nov, 9, 2002. Born in North Kohala, Hawai'i. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Wah Chan; sons, Channing and Leland; daughters, Michele Choy and Juliet Garcia; one granddaughter; sisters, Nellie Hew and Vivian Broadus. Visitation 8:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral; service 10:15 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.       [Adv 25/11/2002]

 

PAUL KAHINIHINIULA CHING , 75, of Ma'ili, died May 29, 2002. Born in Ho-nolulu. Retired from a Naval department in Lualualei. Survived by wife, Blanche; sons, Paul and Raymond; daughters, Emogene Ching and Angharad "Bonnie" Duncan; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother, Hyel Ching; sister, Maude Kane. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 11 a.m. Committal service 2 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. No flowers. Casual attire.        [Adv 2/6/2002]

 

RICHARD KOON YAI CHING , 62, of 'Aiea, died March 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Former City Bank data-processing senior vice president. Survived by wife, Geraldine; sons, Bryant, Christian and Brandon; daughter, Richele Poston; brothers, Albert and Kenneth; seven grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. tomorrow at Nuuanu memorial Park Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 26/3/2002]

 

ROSE CHANG CHING, 85, of Honolulu, died Jan. 28, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired Wong's Drapery employee. Survived by son, Clinton; daughters, Carolyn Shiu and Geraldine Honda; brothers, Richard, Francis and Edwin Chang; sisters, Agnes Lee, Vera Chong, Winifred Kuwabara and Priscilla Chong; eight grandchildren. Service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary. [Adv 12/2/2002]

 

ROSELINE LUCY TOM CHING, 91, of Honolulu, died March 6, 2002. Born in Waiahole-Waikane. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Melvin Roger and Wendell; sister, Martha Leong; nine grandchildren. Service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.   [Adv 14/3/2002]

 

THEODORE KUI CHOY CHING SR., 88, of Honolulu, died Feb. 18, 2002. Born in Kane'ohe. A retired finance supervisor with the federal government. Survived by daughter, Leigh Kawakami; son, Theodore Jr.; sisters, Margie Lee, Annabelle Kam and Ethel Fatt; brothers, Alfred and Lincoln; five granddaughters; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 11 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 12:30 p.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

THOMAS KWAN LIN CHING, 78, of Kane'ohe, died Nov. 3, 2002. Retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard electrician. Survived by wife, Ellen; sons, Wendell, Marvin and Kelvin; granddaughters, Olivia and Keila; brothers, Stanley Ching and David Kailio; sisters, Lena Kawelo, Beatrice Ng, Leilani Chung and Ella Ching. Visitation 6 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 10 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 05/11/2002]

 

TRACY K. CHING, 37, of Pearl City, died Dec. 31, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired reservationist with the Tour Shop. Survived by son, Brandon Matsuoka; fiancé, Julian Keone; brother, Harvey Jr.; sister, Misty. Visitation 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary; service noon; cremation to follow. Aloha attire.       [Adv 07/01/2003]

 

WALLACE GARN FONG CHING, 69, of Kane'ohe, died Oct. 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Survived by wife, Joy; daughters, Dana Ciacci and Darcie; sister, Agnes Wong; grandchild. Visitation 10 to 11:45 a.m. Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 11:45 a.m.; inurnment to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 28/10/2002]

 

Bruce Lowell Chinn, 45, of Los Altos, Calif., a Roche Bioscience programmer analyst, died Monday Oct 28, 2002. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Susan Grimes; sons Brandon and Ian; daughter Amy; mother Esther; brothers Alan, Douglas and Brian; and sister Diane. Services to be held in California.     [SB 01/11/2002]

 

JAMES YAU SUNG CHINN, 80, of Honolulu, died Dec. 18, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Hawaiian Electric Co. accountant. Survived by son, Dr. Robert; daughter, Sylvia Chinn-Levy; brothers, Dr. Herbert, Dr. Kenneth, Theodore and Dr. Raymond; sisters, Evelyn Chang, Irene Johnson, Anna Au and Minnie; six grandchildren. Visitation 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Makiki; services 3 p.m. Inurnment later. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 30/12/2002]

 

Ross Shifman Chitran, 56, of Haiku, Maui, a self-employed landscaper, died Friday Feb 15, 2002 at home. He was born in Santa Monica, Calif. He is survived by daughters Grace Lambert and Crystal Joseph, brother Jeff Shifman and one grandchild. Services: 4 p.m. Saturday at the residence.   [SB 21/2/2002]

 

HELEN HAN ME CHO , 87, of Honolulu, died July 9, 2002. Born in Sacramento, Calif. A homemaker. Survived by son, Jeffrey; two grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 29/7/2002]

 

KAP SUN CHO, 87, of Honolulu, died Feb. 23, 2002. Born in Korea. A student of the Bible. Survived by sons, Chin and Josiah; daughters, Grace Kim, Soon Ok Shin, Yoon Ok Ramos, Myung Ja Ginoza, Janet Jin Ok Lee, Alice Park and Julie Chae; 20 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Friday at Christ United Methodist Church; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.   [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

Paul Cho, 50, of Honaunau, Hawaii, died Wednesday Dec 18, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. He was born in Kealakekua, Hawaii. He is survived by mother Adelaida, brother Joe K. and sisters Lorraine Sniffen and Elizabeth Cho. Services: noon tomorrow at the Honaunau Catholic Church beach lot in Kona. Call after 11 a.m. Scattering of ashes to follow. Casual attire.     [SB 27/12/2002]

 

THOMAS KING CHO, 87, of Wai'anae, died Nov. 9, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. A painter at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard also retired from Honolulu Painting Company. Survived by wife, Mary; daughters, Barbara Kaaa and Sylvia Rios; sister, Mae Vause; 10 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service noon; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.    [Adv 17/11/2002]

 

TIM LEE CHO, 71, of Honolulu, died Oct. 29, 2002. Born in Canton, China. A fabric marker and cutter for LJ Fashion Line. Survived by wife, Laura Lokhan; daughter, Yan; brother, Tim Shing; sister, Siu Chun Yip. Visitation 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m. Burial 2:30 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 03/11/2002]

 

Adrian K.K. Chock, 72, of Huntington Beach, Calif., a retired electrician and a veteran of the Korean War, died August 18, 2002 in University Medical Center in Las Vegas. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Gwendolyn, sons Donald and Ronald, brothers David and Thomas, sister Helen Young and three grandchildren. Mass: 9:30 a.m. Friday at St. John Vianney Church in Kailua. Burial will follow at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe.    [SB 7/9/2002]

 

ELEANOR AU CHOCK, 100, of Honolulu, died Feb. 24, 2002. Born in Wailua, Kaua'i. A retired Kalihi-Waena School teacher. Survived by sons, Alvin and Calvin; seven grandchildren; sister, Grace Bow; brother, Henry Mow. Private service held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 6/3/2002]

 

EVAN WAH CHU CHONG, 84, of Honolulu, died Nov. 28, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired computer programmer at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Survived by daughter, Yvonne Siko; two grandchildren; brothers, Harry and Nelson; sisters, Amy Ching and Lauretta Saito. Private service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.    [Adv 03//01/2003]

 

FRANCIS W.O. CHOCK, 71, of Honolulu, died Sept. 2, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Senior vice president and financial consultant with Smith Barney Inc. Survived by wife, Juliette; sons, Bertram, Carlton and Keith; daughter, Fran Marie Patoskie; brothers, Wallace and Lawrence; sisters, Mary Ann Mau and Beatrice Tom; seven grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at St. Patrick's Church; Mass 6:30 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Aloha attire.     [Adv 26/9/2002]

 

JAMES LEE LUM CHOCK , 90, of Honolulu, died Sept. 13, 2002. Born in Chung Shan, China. Retired Marine Barracks, Pearl Harbor, packer/crater. Survived by wife, Akiu Dang-Chock; daughters, Faith, May, Ruby and Jamie; sister, Grace Ho. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church; service 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Pauoa Chinese Christian Association Cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.  [Adv 23/9/002]

 

JULIETTE AH OI CHUN CHOCK, 95, of Honolulu, died July 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A teacher retired from Kalanianaole School, Hawai'i. Survived by son, Owen; daughter, Inez Ritchey; brother, Edward Chun; three grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Private service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.     [Adv 25/7/2002]

 

KENNETH YIP MUNG CHOCK, 73, of Kane'ohe, died Nov. 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired self-employed travel and tour agent. Survived by wife, Joyce; sons, Steven and Paul; daughter, Keala; three grandchildren, Kanani Cabu, Hinano Chock and Makalapua Chock; sisters, Lorna Collier, Elaine Ohye and Sandra Eng. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 27/11/2002]

 

MELVYN ANTHONY CHOCK, 63, of Honolulu, died Sept.12, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired Sears Roebuck and Co. sales representative. Retired from Hawaii Air National Guard. Survived by son, Bryson; sister, Beverly Enos. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 7 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 20/9/2002]

 

IN SOOK CHOI , 96, of Honolulu, died Aug. 23, 2002. Born in 'Ola'a, Hawai'i. Survived by sons, Albert, Gilbert and Stanley; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 30/8/2002]

 

KEN HO CHOI, 60, of Honolulu, died Oct. 3, 2002. Born in Dang Jin, South Korea. Survived by wife, Gini; sons, Sung Sik and Mike; daughter, Angie. Service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.

 

KWANG HEE CHOI, 78, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died May 3, 2002. Born in Korea. A member of Hilo Korean Christian Church. Survived by son, Byung Soo; daughters, Peggy Heggland and Sun Yee Choi; seven grandchildren. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 5 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.  [Adv 5/5/2002]

 

ALBERT "POPS" W.F. CHONG SR., 84, of Waipahu, died Nov. 13, 2002. Born on Kaua'i. A retired City and County of Honolulu heavy equipment operator. Survived by wife, Christine; son, Albert Jr.; daughter, Imogene Thomas; sister, Edna Wilson; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 10 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.     [Adv 16/11/2002]

 

Chieko Chong, 76, of Honolulu, a retired Kalani High School registrar, died Dec. 11, 2002. She was born in Hilo. She is survived by son Everett, daughter Carol Ogata, sisters Rieko Lovette and May Kitagawa, and two grandchildren. No public services.     [SB 21/12/2002]

 

CHIN YIN CHONG, 72, of Pearl City, died June 20, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Survived by sister, Loretta Ung; nephew, Ronald. Service 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at Valley of the Temples chapel. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.    [Adv 30/6/2002]

 

DONALD KWAI MING CHONG, 72, of Honolulu, died March 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. CEO of Aala Meat Market. Survived by wife, Amy; son, Michael; daughters, Debbie Uyematsu and Sandy Moribe; five grandchildren. Visitation 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service noon; burial at Nuuanu Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 3/4/2002]

 

HENRY HOK KEE CHONG, 72, of Honolulu, died July 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired federal worker. Survived by cousins. Graveside service 8:45 a.m. Friday at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.     [Adv 12/8/2002]

 

LILY LILINOE CHONG, 94, of Honoka'a, Hawai'i, died Oct. 14, 2002. Born in Waipio Valley, Hawai'i. A Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints missionary. Survived by son, Alvin; daughters, Daisy Ikeuchi, Irene Kaneo, Winona Tanaka, Roseline Ho and Maui Martin; hanai son, Abel Kauai; brother, Sueichi Kawashima; sister, Dorothy Hallaman; grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Honoka'a Ward; service noon; burial to follow at Alae Cemetery, Mormon Plot. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo, Hawai'i.       [Adv 17/10/2002]

 

MAEMIE MILILANI CHONG, 46, of Honolulu, died March 31, 2002. Employed at American Mutual Insurance. Survived by husband, Wesley; sons, William and Gavin; four grandchildren; mother, Frances Dela Cruz; brothers, Michael Dela Cruz and Henry Dela Cruz; sisters, Maydell Perreira and Francine Chai; companion, Dartagnan Taum. Visitation 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Aloha attire.  [Adv 21/4/2002]

 

MARIE CHONG , 78, of Honolulu, died June 6, 2002. Born in Kalaupapa, Moloka'i. Survived by nephews, David, Gabriel, George, Michael and Edmund Heaukulani. Visitation 11 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service noon. Private burial.   [Adv 28/6/2002]

 

MICHAEL JAMES CHONG SR., 89, of Honolulu, died Nov. 25, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from the U.S. Coast Guard as construction representative. Survived by wife, Virginia; son, Michael Jr.; daughter, Leiala Montoya; grandson, Aaron Montoya; nieces and nephews. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday at Mystical Rose Chapel on the Chaminade University campus; service 10 a.m.; Mass 11 a.m. Scattering of ashes at a later date. Aloha attire. No flowers. Arrangements by Nu'uanu Mortuary.    [Adv 03/12/2002]

 

PHILLIP LIP CHONG , 86, of Honolulu, died Aug. 25, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. A retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard employee. Service 1 p.m. Wednesday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.     [Adv 21/9/2002]

 

Ruth Wong Chong, 84, of Honolulu, a retired accounting clerk at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, died July 20, 2002. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by husband Evan, daughter Yvonne Siko, brother Stanley Wong, sister Tillie Luke and two grandchildren. Private services.     [SB 10//2002]

 

THOMAS NAINOA CHONG SEE JR., 74, of Honolulu, died June 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Hawai'i Army National Guard. Survived by wife, Tomiko "Tomi"; son, Thomas; daughters, Niaulani Harris, Darcella Peterson, Cynthia and Esther; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Memorial service 11 a.m. Saturday at Waialae Baptist Church. Graveside service 2:45 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

RENEE Y. CHOO, 51, of Kane'ohe, died Feb. 3, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A reservationist at W Hotel. Survived by husband, Alan; daughter, Kelena Flores; mother, Doris Faria; brothers, Owen, Joe "Noel" and Van Faria; sisters, Karen and Mavis Faria; a grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. No flowers. Aloha attire.    [Adv 7/2/2002]

 

MARIE CHONG , 78, of Honolulu, died June 6, 2002. Born in Kalaupapa, Moloka'i. Survived by nephews, David, Gabriel, George, Michael and Edmund Heaukulani. Visitation 11 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service noon. Private burial.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

MICHAEL JAMES CHONG SR., 89, of Honolulu, died Nov. 25, 2002. Retired from the U.S. Coast Guard as a construction representative. Survived by wife, Virginia; daughter, Leiala Montoya; son, Michael Jr.; a grandson. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Mystical Rose Chapel, Chaminade University campus; service 10 a.m.; Mass 11 a.m. Scattering of ashes as a later date. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 04/12/2002]

 

MYRTLE TYAU CHONG, 82, of Honolulu, died March 31, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Castle & Cooke. Survived by husband, Arthur; daughter, Beverly Ament; brother, Elvin Tyau; one grandchild. Private services held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.     [Adv 8/4/2002]

 

WILBERT AH ON CHONG, 52, of Honolulu, died May 8, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Adele; son, Jon; father, Peter; brother, Stanley; sisters, Lois Ichimura and Janice; nieces and nephews. Visitation 4 p.m. Friday at First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu; services 5 p.m. No flowers; donations in his memory to First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 14/5/2002]

 

WILFRED "WILLY" LAWRENCE CHONG, 63, of Pearl City, died May 1, 2002. Born in 'Aiea. Retired Kamehameha Schools, Kapalama, plumber; and member 'Aiea Orchid Club. Survived by wife, Loretta; sons, Wilfred Jr., Wesley and Brandon; daughter, Lesley Goo and Lanelle Daoang; brother, Arthur Jr.; sisters, Vivian Paulo and Shari Ramirez; six grandchildren. Visitation 5 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church; Mass 9:40 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary. [Adv 6/5/2002]

 

WILLIAM FOOK ON CHONG, 91, of Honolulu, died Aug. 9, 2002. A retired electrical estimator planner at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Survived by wife, Rose; sons, Jerry, Dana and Wesley; brother, Herbert Chong; sisters, Mildred Lau, Lillian Pardee and Mabel Ching; seven grandchildren. Visitation and service 9 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday at Diamond Head Mortuary; burial at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 15/8/2002]

 

WILLIAM M.W. CHONG, of Honolulu, died Dec. 12, 2002. Retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard planner and estimator. Survived by wife, Violet; sons, Leighton and Malcolm; daughter, Wilona; two grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.       [Adv 20/12/2002]

 

GEORGE CHONGTIM JR., 39, of Waikoloa, Hawai'i, formerly of Wai'anae, died June 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by mother, Anita; sons, Chad and George III; daughters, Jhanah and Aleizha; brothers, Terrance, Cheyenne and Louie; sisters, Georgette Sanchez and Kimberlyann ChongTim. Visitation 6:30 p.m. Monday at Salvation Army Leeward Corps, 98-612 Moanalua Loop, 'Aiea; service 7 p.m. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.          [Adv 6/7/2002]

 

AUDREY NANI YIP CHOW , 71, of Wailuku, Maui, died July 9, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. Employed at Maui Hukilau and Maui Palms. Retired from Maui Beach Hotel. Survived by son, James; daughter, Ferrene; sister, Rowena Hong; brothers, Matthew Mitchell, Colbert Mitchell and Gordon Mitchell; a grandchild; a great-grandchild. Visitation 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Kahului Ward; service 11 a.m.; cremation to follow. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.      [Adv 12/7/2002]

 

DONALD WO CHOW, 6 2, of Honolulu, died Aug. 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by sisters, Norma Matsuoka and Mildred Yap. Committal service 10:30 a.m. Thursday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 1/9/2002]

 

FABIAN CHOW, 92, of Honolulu, died Feb. 13, 2002. Born in China. A former owner of Loo Chow Store. Survived by daughter, Candace Miyashiro; two grandchildren. Visitation 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 12:30 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.  [Adv 20/2/2002]

 

HOK WAN CHOW, 55, of Honolulu, died Sept. 29, 2002. Born in Canton, China. A seamstress. Survived by husband, Kam Wong; daughter, Jenny; sisters, Sit Ying and Suen Ying Leong. Visitation 8:45 to 11:15 a.m. Thursday with Taoist services at Borthwick Mortuary; burial noon at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.   [Adv 05/10/2002]

 

JAMES Y.T. CHOW, 84, of Belmont, Calif., formerly of Honolulu, died Nov. 11, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A U.S. Navy Pearl Harbor survivor, and Postal Service employee. Survived by children, Priscilla, Paula, Pamela, Patrick, Peter, Philip and Prescott; 11 grandchildren; siblings, Margaret Mochizuki, Blossom Lee, Bette, Robert, Leonard and Donald; uncle, former U.S. Sen. Hiram L. Fong. Service Saturday at Immaculate Heart of Mary, Belmont, Calif. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the VA Hospice, 3801 Miranda Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94304. Arrangements by Duggan's Carlmont Chapel, Belmont.      [Adv 14/11/2002]

 

MOLLIE M. CHOW, 74, of Kane'ohe, died Feb. 16, 2002. A retired housekeeper at Marine Corps Base Hawai'i, Kane'ohe Bay. Survived by daughters, Eleanor Otake, Elizabeth Smith, Isabelle Gilmore and Marlene; son, Edward; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11 a.m. Private burial at a later date. Aloha attire.   [Adv 20/2/2002]

 

Timmy Jay Ahtai Chow, 38, of Lihue, a fisherman, died Monday Oct 7, 2002 in Wilcox Memorial Hospital. He was born in Lihue. He is survived by wife Debby, mother Mildred Chow, brothers Richard and Lloyd, sisters Colleen Nadarisay and Noelle Chow and hanai son Kaleo Oana. Services: noon Friday at the Garden Island Mortuary Chapel. Call after 10 a.m. Burial to follow at Kauai Memorial Gardens. Casual attire. No flowers.    [SB 09/10/2002]

 

CHARLOTTE LIN HOY JUNG CHOY, 86, of Honolulu, died Nov. 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Owner of National Market. Survived by sons, Donald, Ronald, Rodney and Raylin; daughter, Janice Yee; 12 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother, Raymond Jung; sisters, Eva Lee, Barbara Chang, Edith Chang and Lily Ing. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; memorial service 10 a.m. Private inurnment at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.   [Adv 11/11/2002]

 

CLIFFORD KALEILANI CHOY, 69, of Kailua, died July 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A chief agent for Hawaiian Airlines. Survived by wife, Estelle; daughters, Stephanie Chapman and Shari Suzuki; mother, Rose; grandchild; brother, Clement; sisters, Leoretta Mah and Priscilla Chan. Visitation 6 p.m. Sunday at Nuuanu Congregational Church; service 6 p.m. Graveside service 1 p.m. Monday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.     [Adv 17/7/2002]

 

GRACE AH SARM CHOY, 77, of Honolulu, died Dec. 3, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Former employee of Matson Navigation Company and the City and County of Honolulu. Survived by brother, Charles; sister, Helen Lau. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 15/12/2002]

 

WAI YU WONG CHOY, 91, of Honolulu, died April 5, 2002. Born in Canton, China. A homemaker. Survived by son, Tony; daughters, Lisa Li and Alice Chau; 13 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 9:30 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 15/4/2002]

 

LA RENNE "RENE" P. CHRISTIE , 100, of Honolulu, died May 31, 2002. Born in Minnesota. A teacher at the University of Hawai'i for many years. No survivors. Visitation 9:30 a.m. today at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.      [Adv 6/6/2002]

 

JOSEPH NGIT FAI CHU, 90, of Honolulu, died May 1, 2002. Born Pepe'ekeo, Hawai'i. Former M.T. Lau Chow manager. Survived by son, Gillman; daughter, Bette Mark; sisters, Daisy Chang and Rose Mau; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Service held. [Adv 6/5/2002]

 

RITA MATILDA CHU, 80, of Kane'ohe, died March 28, 2002. Born in He'eia. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Walter Sr.; sons, Walter Jr., Roland and Daniel; sisters, Ella Chai and Cecilia Ceballos. Visitation 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Ann Catholic Church, Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary. [Adv 31/3/2002]

 

THELMA KANEALAI ELDERTS CHU, 83, of Kailua, died June 14, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. Retired retail supervisor for Liberty House. Survived by husband, Patrick; daughter, Pasha Leong; brother, Guy; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Friday at St. John By the Sea Episcopal Church, Kahalu'u; service 11 a.m. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by William Funeral Services.       [Adv 25/6/2002]

 

HELEN KALITIS CHUM, 93, of Wai'anae, died June 25, 2002. Born in Mahoney City, Pa. Survived by great nephew, William Prothero. Inurnment to be held at a later date at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.      [Adv 7/7/2002]

 

AMBROSE A. WAI SUM CHUN, 79, died July 25, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Former art director and member of an advance team for Lockheed Missiles and Space, and an avid sports fisherman. Survived by wife, Cecelia; children, Alan and Denise; sisters, Lenora, Marian and Bea. Service 9 a.m. Tuesday at Nuuanu Mortuary. Entombment noon at Valley of the Temples.      [Adv 28/7/2002]

 

ARTHUR HING TON CHUN, 83, of Honolulu, died Dec. 28, 2002. Born at Schofield Barracks. Retired carpenter. Survived by daughter, Linda; brothers, Henry, Richard, Alexander, Edward, George and Frederick; sisters, Grace Au, Irene Boyson, Charlene Kuwabara and Virginia Sakoda. Services held. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 19/01/2003]

 

AUDREY EVALANI LEIKO CHUN, 63, of Pearl City, died Oct. 4, 2002. Born in Lahaina, Maui. An office manager for Island Air Filters. Survived by sons, Edward and Joseph; daughters, Robin and Lian; five grandchildren; brother, Melvin Cup Choy. Committal service 11 a.m. Friday at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 13/10/2002]

 

CAROLYN KAMAWAE CHUN, 71, of Kane'ohe, died Feb. 15, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired housekeeping employee. Survived by children, Carolyn Renwick, Joanne Cabanlet, Mitchell Chun, Sandra Antoque, Daniel, Mark, and Gwen Choy; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sisters, Marian Evangelista and June Avilla. Visitation 9 to 10:15 a.m. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10:15 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Greenhaven Memorial Park, Kane'ohe. Casual attire.    [Adv 22/2/2002]

 

CATHERINE KATSUKO FUKADA CHUN, 72, of Honolulu, died Oct. 2, 2002. Born in Shizuoka, Japan. Retired salesperson. Survived by husband, Kingston; son, Gerald; sister, Saeko. Visitation 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday at St. Patricks Church; Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.     [Adv 09/10/2002]

 

DAISY NYUN OE CHUN , 95,of Honolulu, died June 6, 2002. Born in Kula, Maui. Former restaurant owner in Chinatown. Survived by son, Edmund; daughter, Marion Wong; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Harold Lum; sisters, Beatrice Chong and Irene Dang. Visitation 8 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 9 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 8/6/2002]

 

DAVID TOW CHUN , 88, of Honolulu, died April 23, 2002. Born in China. Retired pharmacist for Food Pantry and Times Market. Survived by son, Stephen; daughter, Phyllis Lau; two granddaughters. Service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.   [Adv 10/5/2002]

 

EDWIN T.S. CHUN, 74, of Honolulu, died June 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired federal government clerk.Survived by brother, Alfred; sisters, Maybelle Ching, Glenda Brown, Helen Furness and Gladys Nishibata. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

GILBERT AH MUN CHUN, 86, of Honolulu, died Nov. 17, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from City and County of Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation. Survived by brothers, Robert and Francis; sister, Janet Chang. Private service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.      [Adv 15/12/2002]

 

GLADYS LINDO CHUN, 75, of Honolulu, died Aug. 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Kam Fong; sons, Dennis and Dickson; daughters, Brenda and Valerie; brothers, Roy, Howard and Gregory Lindo; sisters, Louisiana and Marie Victorino. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 29/8/2002]

 

GUM HUNG LOW CHUN, 89, of Honolulu, died June 24, 2002. Born in China. survived by daughter, Sue Fong; stepdaughter, Sylvia Wong; stepsons, Kin Mun and Albert; sister, Chung Ying Lee Low; 14 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 4/7/2002]

 

HARVEY H.W. CHUN, 59, of Honolulu, died Sept. 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A computer programmer. Survived by wife, Shirley; mother, Clara; sister, Winona "Winnie" Tanaka. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.

 

HELEN BO JUN CHUN, 72, of Honolulu, died Sept. 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired City & County of Honolulu employee. Survived by sons, Stanley and Wallace; daughters, Margaret Katagihara, Laura Nagasawa and Jeanette Roberts; mother, Alice; brothers, Harvey, Albert and Lawrence; sisters, Annie Chun-Mow and Lily Lee; eight grandchildren. Visitation with Taoist service 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; burial 1 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park.   [Adv 25/9/2002]

 

HELEN KAM YUK CHUN, 86, of Honolulu, died Dec. 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Leong Wah; sons, Edgar, Eric and Everett; daughter, Edwina Lau; six grandchildren; brother, Henry Lee; sisters, Dorothy Chun, Bertha Young and Alma Goo. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; Taoist service; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. No flowers.     [Adv 11/01/2003]

 

Hing Hua Chun was anything but "hunky." But the local medical leader and father to Hawaii's own version of the "Brady Bunch" kept the nickname, even after he quit smoking in the '60s, lost a few extra pounds in the '70s and ran the Honolulu Marathon 25 years in a row. Chun, wife Connie and their six children -- Chun's three boys and Connie's three girls -- were deemed the "Hunky Bunch" in the '70s when the family set out together to run the Honolulu Marathon and then the Boston Marathon. Chun died of lung cancer Wednesday June 12, 2002 at Queen's Medical Center. He was 70. "There are so many people he touched, (and) I thought he'd beat it (cancer)," said Chun's oldest son, Jerold, a senior director at the pharmaceutical company Merck Inc. "You just don't come by this kind of guy anymore. I can say this with absolute certainty. ... He really lived to be the best physician that he could be." Chun and Connie, his second wife, married in 1970. Four years later, the family's eight members were sporting "Hunky Bunch" sweatshirts while running the nearly 30-mile Boston Marathon. Chun told the Associated Press after the race: "It was a once-in-a-lifetime thing. ... If the kids can't get a wedding reception ... remember, blame it on the Boston Marathon." For Chun, the chief of medicine at St. Francis Medical Center for 13 years and associate professor at the University of Hawaii's John A. Burns School of Medicine, marathon running was more than a hobby. It was a way to fuse two families into one, Jerold Chun said. "He was looking for activities to kind of get us together. It was a challenge that my dad saw for us. He decided that this was something he wanted to do." At the peak of their running days, the family collectively ran more than 25,000 miles and wore out 24 pairs of tennis shoes in one year. But it was Chun's philanthropy that Jerold Chun will most remember his father by. Up until only months before his death, Chun was making house calls for his senior patients and making his rounds at nursing homes around the island. "He was a doctor's doctor," and he prompted his three sons to pursue his profession, Jerold Chun said. Chun graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1948, the University of Hawaii in 1952 and Northwestern Medical School in 1956. He is survived by wife Connie; sons Jerold, Daven and Hingson; daughters Maylynne Gill, June Beltran and Joy Groody; brother Ping Son; and 10 grandchildren. Chun's ashes were scattered at sea Sunday during a private service. Donations can be sent to St. Francis Healthcare Foundation at 2226 Liliha St., Honolulu 96817.     [SB 18/6/2002]

 

JAMES FOOK TAN CHUN, 80, of Honolulu, died Feb. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired federal chief maintenance worker. Survived by son, Jarvis; brother, Lawrence; sisters, Marion Chuck, Cynthia Ching and Jean Lee. Graveside service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl. No flowers. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 11/3/2002]

 

JAMES KONG CHUN, 90, of Honolulu, died Feb. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Internal Revenue Service retiree; charter member, Community Church of Honolulu. Survived by wife, Charlotte; son, Gordon; daughter, Carolyn Acoba; brothers, Edwin, Theodore, Wallace and Walter; five grandchildren. Service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.    [Adv 11/3/2002]

 

JAMES MIN CHUN JR., of Honolulu, died Oct. 23, 2002. Born in Laupahoehoe, Hawai'i. A City and County of Honolulu road division employee. Survived by sons, Douglas and Lionelbarry; daughter, Genesis Kauwe; brother, Robert; sisters, Geraldine Baniaga, Diane Enfield and Julia Ford; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Service 7 p.m. Friday at His Highest Praise Church. Inurnment 9 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Services provided by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 03/11/2002]

 

JANICE MOO HUNG CHUN, 63, of Honolulu, died Nov. 21, 2002. Partner in the plumbing firm Chun's Plumbing. Survived by husband, Eddie; sons, Lordric, Dervin and Derek; daughters, Vivia and Caranthia White; mother, Arlene Tam; brother, Randy Tam; sisters, Patricia, Carol and Kathy Tam. Visitation 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. Casual attire. No flowers.    [Adv 26/11/2002]

 

JOHN Y. J. CHUN, 74, of Honolulu, died Jan. 28, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired State of Hawai'i Department of Transportation civil engineer. Survived by wife, Laura; sons, Robert and Patrick; three grandchildren; brothers, Herbert and Henry; sisters, Lorraine Dias and Constance Peresa. Visitation 10 a.m. Tuesday at Blessed Sacrament Church; Mass 11 a.m.; committal service 1 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.       [Adv 1/2/2002]

 

JUN FONG CHUN , 96, of Honolulu, died June 1, 2002. Born in Ku Chung, Canton, China. Survived by sons, Harold, Roy, Elroy, Reginald and Warren; daughters, Audrey Lee, Sally Leong, Janet Fong, Margaret Chang, Ah Fee Chow and Marlene Chan; 48 grandchildren; 62 great-grandchildren. Visitation for Taoist services 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [Adv 11/6/2002]

 

Kam Fong Chun, known to millions of TV viewers as the stalwart Detective Chin Ho Kelly on "Hawai'i Five-0," has died, his family announced yesterday. He was 84. Chun died Oct. 18, 2002 after a long battle with inoperable lung cancer, according to a written statement released by his son Dennis Chun.  He was born in May 1918 in Kalihi and lived for many years in Hawai'i Kai. Family members did not announce his passing earlier because they wanted some private time after having shared him with the public for so many years. He was buried at Diamond Head Memorial Park, across the street from the old "Five-0" sound stage. "Like his character, our father faced his last battle with courage, determination and a deep faith in God," the statement read. Chun was surrounded by family members when he died. His wife of 54 years, Gladys, recently preceded him in death, the statement said. "There is no need to feel sorry either for us or our dad," the statement read. "He had a good and long life." The statement said Chun could never understand how "a poor barefoot boy from Kalihi" could wind up on a Hollywood sound stage. When he appeared on "Five-0," Chun adopted the stage name Kam Fong. He appeared on the successful CBS crime drama from its premiere in 1968 until 1978 as a stocky, streetwise detective who was part of the elite state police unit run by Steve McGarrett, played by Jack Lord. "In his last show, when the character Chin Ho Kelly was killed while on an undercover mission, he looked at death and declared that 'It was all worth it,' " the family statement said. "We think those words sum up our father's life. It was a life that was worth it. It was a life that mattered." Chun was one of the last surviving members of the regular "Five-0" cast. Lord died in 1998.  James MacArthur, who played "Five-0" Detective Danny Williams, said he spoke to Chun only two weeks ago. "His voice sounded good; I told him so and he told me 'I may sound great, but I don't think I have much time,'" MacArthur said from his home in Palm Springs, Calif. "He confessed to me that the voice was the only thing working well." MacArthur said he believed he was the closest cast member to Chun and that they always tried to get together when he was in Hawai'i. "I remember him as a gentleman of great dignity; Kam and I had a bond, maybe because he was a little older, maybe because he took to my young son and told him 'I'm your Chinese grandfather,'" MacArthur said. "He was a man of great respect, of great class. He said he wanted to go quietly, which is pretty much the way he was in life. A man with great sensitivity." Before finding success as a character actor in the 1960s, Chun struggled through years of adversity and was confronted by overwhelming personal tragedies. On June 8, 1944, Chun's first wife, Esther, and his two young children, 4-year-old Marilyn, and 2-year-old son, Donald, were killed when two B-24 bombers collided and crashed over Kalihi. The flaming debris rained down on the neighborhood and killed 12 people. "My father had to carry his daughter from the house," Dennis Chun said. "As a young child, he also saw his older brother burn to death in front of him. They were painting the house and someone lit a match. My father had to take care of his mother, and four brothers and sisters after his brother died." Years later, Kam Fong Chun said he was so despondent after the deaths of his wife and family that he began drinking heavily and that at one point he put a gun to his head and tried to kill himself. He said his mother walked in and begged him not to do it. He was so ashamed he never tried again. "All the adversity in his life made him sensitive to people," Dennis Chun said. "He displayed tremendous confidence throughout his life. Even with the cancer, he fought it head-on." A 1938 graduate of McKinley High, Chun was a member of the Tigers' 1937 football team and president of the school's drama club. "He loved performing, even at a young age," Dennis Chun said. In the 1950s, Chun served as a real-life police officer, working for 16 years with the Honolulu Police Department. After he quit in 1959, he ran a real estate business and a talent agency and appeared in local theater and Hollywood movies, including "Gidget Goes Hawaiian" and "Diamond Head" with Charlton Heston. Before joining "Five-0," Chun was considered one of Honolulu's best-known character actors. Chun said he decided to leave "Five-0" because the scripts had grown "static" and followed a predictable pattern. He went on to make several guest appearances on "Magnum, P.I." in the 1980s. In a 1998 interview about remakes of old TV shows, Chun said there was nothing like the original. "When you have a show that runs successfully and you try to duplicate it, people who watched the earlier version can't help but associate the current cast with the former one," he said. "If they did 'Five-0' again, everybody would compare Jack Lord with the new guy. It's never the same. The original is always better than the remake." In addition to his son Dennis, Chun is survived by son Dickson Chun, daughters Brenda Chun and Valerie Chun, all of Honolulu; granddaughter Ashley Weiss, of Honolulu; great-granddaughter Kelli Driskil, of Honolulu; his mother, 105-year-old Mary Powers of Honolulu; a brother, Herbert Chun; sisters Vivian Wong and Helen Ching      [Adv 31/10/2002]

 

KAM WAI CHUN, 79, of Honolulu, died Feb. 28, 2002. Born in Canton, China. Survived by wife, Mee Wan; son, Paul; daughters, Leslie, Lai Yee, Kathy Young; two grandchildren; sisters, Choy Lin Loui and Cindy Lau. Taoist service 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.  [Adv 4/3/2002]

 

Lee Ong Chun, business owner and secretary with the Hawai'i Beekeepers Association, died Feb. 18, 2002  in Honolulu. He was 85.  Chun was born and raised in Kalihi. He joined the U.S. Army during World War II and served in China, where he met his wife, Uriel M. Moy of Boston. After the war, Chun returned to Honolulu to operate the Chun Lee Tong Supermarket, founded by his father. The pink store was a landmark at the corner of School Street and Gulick Avenue until it closed in 1975. Although no longer in the retail business, Chun remained active as a volunteer, president of the TIGR investment group and member of the See Dai Doo Society. He also was a member of the Hawai'i Beekeepers Association. His son Douglas said Chun got his start in the business as a baby sitter for another son's single hive. "When (my brother) left to go to graduate school, someone needed to tend the bees, and he told him, 'You know that if you harvest the honey, it's $18 a gallon' — and that sort of got him interested," Douglas Chun said. Lee Ong Chun remained active in the association for 20 years and performed honeybee demonstrations in schools and at the Hawai'i State Fair. When police and fire received calls about swarms of bees, they often would call on the beekeepers for help. Chun is survived by his sons, David and Douglas; daughters, Gloria-Jean Hoo, Bonnie-Belle Chun and Carol-Sue Hipsher; three grandchildren; brother, Lee Sum; and sisters Yuk Yao "Jadine" Yip, Yuk Chan Nuuhiwa and Yuk Ip "Jean" Fong. Visitation is tomorrow at 6 p.m. at O'ahu Cemetery Chapel, with services at 7 p.m. Burial takes place Monday at the National Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl at 11:30 a.m.     [Adv 21/2/2002]

 

LILLIAN H.S. CHUN, 82, died June 5, 2002. Born in Sacramento, Calif. Survived by husband, Stanward; daughters, Arleen Lee, Deirdre Flock and Melanie Argilla; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Private memorial service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 18/6/2002]

 

Quon Chee Chun, 89, of Honolulu, a retired office manager for Morgan & Allen Co., died Tuesday Mar 5, 2002 in Queen's Medical Center. He was born in China. He is survived by wife Gladys Hee Chun, son Stephen, daughter Linda Chun Lee and two grandchildren. Services: 4 p.m. Tuesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Call after 3 p.m. Casual attire. No flowers.     [SB 9/3/2002]

 

RUTH KUM FUNG LUM CHUN, 99, of Honolulu, died June 8, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by son, Jie Sing; two grandsons; brother, Joseph Lum. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.       [Adv 19/6/2002]

 

TAI CHEONG CHUN, 90, of Honolulu, died Nov. 30, 2002. Retired 41-year veteran of Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Survived by sons, Ronald and Frederick; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 09/12/2002]

 

TIN MING "ARNOLD" CHUN, 84, 'Aiea, died Oct. 2, 2002. Born in Pu'uloa, 'Ewa. A retired budget officer for the federal government at Fort Shafter. Survived by wife, Carol; sons, Patrick and Alan; brother, William; sisters, Pinkie Carus, Kay Fletcher and Charlotte Mello; a granddaughter. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.   [Adv 16/10/2002]

 

WAH PUI CHUN, 90, of Honolulu, died July 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired carpenter. Survived by daughter, Vickie Farmer; brothers, Wah Jick, Stephen, James and Thomas; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 8 to 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.      [Adv 10/7/2002]

 

YUK CHUN SIN CHUN, 99, of Honolulu, died Feb. 1, 2002. Born in Kane'ohe. Formerly employed at Ford Island as a seamstress. Survived by daughter-in-law, Mildred; nine grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 9:45 a.m. Tuesday at Diamond Head Mortuary; Chinese service; burial 10:45 a.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. [Adv 15/2/2002]

 

BERNADETTE TIARE CHUNG, 63, of 'Aiea, died Dec. 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. President of Pu'uwai Momi Tenants Association. Survived by companion, Herbert; sons, Edward Jr., Lester, John, Ernest, Earl and Paul; daughters, Vanessa Helsham and Patricia Chung; brother, Joseph Terry; sisters, Theresa Niau, Madeline Akiu, Shirley Terry and Beatrice Terry; 13 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. Friday at St. Elizabeth Church; Mass 11 a.m. Burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 23/12/2002]

 

BYUNG HONG CHUNG, 84, of Honolulu, died Feb. 5, 2002. Born in Korea. Survived by sons, Thomas, Sun Hyung and Kil Tak; daughters, Kil Ja Park, Soon Ja Chang, Hyo Ja Lee and Mi Sook Chon; 13 grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Thursday at Nuuanu Mortuary east chapel; service 7 p.m. Burial 2 p.m. Friday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.       [Adv 10/2/2002]

 

ELLA FUNG GIN CHING CHUNG, 89, of Honolulu, died June 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Dole Pineapple Co. cannery. Survived by stepson, William Jr.; stepdaughters, Sarah Akiona, Maryknoll Spotkaeff, Dolly Alverio, Wilma Spotkaeff, Geraldine Grant, Linda Chock and Trina Chung; 27 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; brother, Enloy Ching; sister, Hazel Soon. Visitation 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at City Memorial Park, Judd Street.   [Adv 1/7/2002]

 

FRANCIS KAM PUI CHUNG, 72, of Kane'ohe, died Jan. 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed at Royal Hawaiian Movers. Survived by son, Francis; daughters, Franzlynn Kruse and Franzelle Chung; sisters, Wilhelmina Yoshimura and May Ogimi; brothers, Eugene and Harry; two granddaughters; a great-granddaughter. Visitation from 9 a.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.      [Adv 16/1/2002]

 

HAE SOOK "SOOKIE" CHUNG, 51, of 'Aiea, died May 1, 2002. Born in Pusan, Korea. Restaurant owner. Survived by daughter, Teresa; and relatives in Korea. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

JANICE KANANIONAPUA CHUNG, 52, of Honolulu, died Aug. 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by companion, Eugene Rodrigues; son, Blaine; father, Charles Jr.; brothers, Gerald Chung, Richard Ahina, Charles Chung, Elliott DeMatta and Farrell DeMatta; sisters, Puananai Ing, Donna Lii, Harriet Smith, Martha-Glenn Kawamura, Honey-Lei Samer and Helen DeMatta. Visitation 6 p.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation 9 a.m. Tuesday; service 12:15 p.m. Burial at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Aloha attire.   [Adv 14/8/2002]

 

KENNETH BENEDICT CHUNG, 62, of Pearl City, died Aug. 1, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired president of Queen Emma Fashions, Inc. Survived by wife, Diane. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Friday at First Chinese Church of Christ; service 10:30 a.m. Private scattering of ashes. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 13/8/2002]

 

PONG GWAN "FRED" CHUNG, 71, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Nov. 23, 2002. Born in Kealakekua, Kona, Hawai'i. An employee of Puueo Poi and Kulana Foods. Survived by wife, Kimie; mother, Lucy Makekau; brother, Walter; sisters, Florence Medeiros and Bertha Makekau. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Friday at Hilo Stake Center, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; service 10 a.m. Burial at Homelani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.    [Adv 27/11/2002]

 

SAI CHUNG, 94, of Honolulu, died Feb. 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A sanitation inspector retired from the State of Hawai'i. Survived by wife, Bernice; sons, Byron Ching and Francis Chung; daughters, Sharon Wong and Coralie Kop; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.  [Adv 20/2/2002]

 

BERNICE KEALOHA CHUNG-HOON, 87, of Honolulu, died April 20, 2002 Born in Ele'ele, Kaua'i. A retired seamstress. Survived by sons, Edwin and Samuel; daughters, Nani, Violet-Elizabeth Townsend, Ernie Kenny and Naomi Campbell; brother, Edwin Hulihee; 17 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren. Scattering of ashes 10 a.m. Sunday at Lawa'i Beach, Koloa, Kaua'i. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 26/4/2002]

 

James Edward Church, 81, of Honolulu, died July 12, 2002 in Crawford Convalescent Center. He was born in Springfield, Mass. Committal services: 11:30 a.m. Thursday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Punchbowl.       [SB 20/7/2002]

 

Charles Ciacci, 69, of Honolulu died July 26, 2002 in Queen's Medical Center. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Winona "Nona"; daughters Arlene "Ulu" Nunies and Gaylene "Gay" Ciacci; brothers Lane and George; stepsons Ned Nakoa Jr., Francis "Kawai" Nakoa and Michael "Kalani" Nakoa; stepdaughters Paula Rabanes and Laverne Tong; 19 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary. Call after 9 a.m. Casual attire. No flowers.   [SB 5/8/2002]

 

Lester E. Cingcade, a key figure at Mid-Pacific Institute and in the development of the Hawai'i court system, died March 12 at his home in Edmonds, Wash. He was 68.  Cingcade earned a bachelor of science degree from the University of Oregon and joined Mid-Pacific Institute in 1955, where he taught American history and was the track coach.  He left the school in 1959 to serve two years in the Army, but returned to the school in 1961.  He earned a master's degree in education from the University of Hawai'i-Manoa in 1966 and was encouraged by former Chief Justice Bill Richardson to go into the judiciary.  Cingcade became the administrative director of the Hawai'i courts from 1966 until 1985, where he worked to streamline the jury system and court reporting, and started the program that lets people pay fines by credit card.  The National Center for State Courts honored Cingcade with a distinguished service award in 1987 for his efforts to modernize the Hawai'i courts.  Cingcade had remained on the Board of Managers at Mid-Pacific during his years in the state court system and returned to the school in 1985 as president. By the time he retired 10 years later, he had been with the school for more than 40 years.  He also was president of the Hawai'i Association of Independent Schools from 1992 to 1994.  Survivors include his wife, Judith; daughters, Jennifer Lei Cingcade and Mary Lani Cingcade; mother, Hazel Baldasty of Spokane, Wash.; and sisters, Helen Lehman of Spokane and Carmen Cox of Oakland, Ore.  No funeral services were held, but Cingcade's life will be celebrated at a memorial service at 5:30 p.m. Monday in Bakken Auditorium at Mid-Pacific Institute, 2445 Ka'ala St., Manoa. [Adv 13/4/2002]

 

Robert Cisco, honored last year by the Honolulu Rotary Club as a living treasure, was a public accountant with business sense.  "Any good accountant can keep the books but his business knowledge made him much more than an accountant," architect Frank Haines said of his friend of more than 50 years who died Monday May 20, 2002 at St. Francis-West Hospice at 92. Haines recalled that in 1952 Cisco advised him and his partners to incorporate, which they did in founding Lemmon, Freeth & Haines. The company later became Architects Hawaii Lt. "Architects are not trained in business so what Bob Cisco brought to us was business knowledge and sophistication," said Haines, who recalls that company stock which he purchased for $10 a share was worth $14,000 a share 10 years ago when he retired. In addition to being a Rotarian, Cisco was an active community volunteer for many years. "Growing up, I remember he was always the treasurer of something," Cliff Cisco said of his father. Robert Cisco was born in New Mexico and earned a degree in economics from the University of New Mexico. He came to Hawai'i in the spring of 1941 as civilian accountant in Public Works at Pearl Harbor. He opened his own accounting firm after World War II and was founder and managing partner of PKF-Hawai'i before he retired. A memorial service will be held at the Pacific Club on June 19 from 5-7 p.m. Survivors include sons Cliff, Terry of Kailua, Kona, and John of Napa, Calif.; daughter Frances McCormick of Albuquerque, N.M.; 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.    [Adv 23/5/2002]

 

James Raymond Clancy, 39, of Wailuku, a laborer and construction worker, died Nov. 10, 2002 in Kahakuloa, Maui. He was born in Chicago. He is survived by son James, parents Charles and Carol, brothers Tony and Michael, and sister Ronnie. Private services.     [SB 22/11/2002]

 

MARJORIE RUTH CLAPP, 85, of Kane'ohe, died March 17, 2002. Born in Ohio. A waitress. Survived by daughters, Janice Fukunaga and Linda Poliner; six grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Service 3 p.m. Saturday at Pohai Nani Good Samaritan Retirement Community Care Center club room. Donations may be made to Ho'o-Pono Services for the Blind or to one's favorite charity. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.

[Adv 21/3/2002]

 

JUAN SEBASTIAN CLARIDAD, 96, of Hanamaulu, Kaua'i, died Feb. 8, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. A retired herbicide supervisor with Lihu'e Sugar Plantation. Survived by daughter, Caroline Cacatian-Mapue; five grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchild; sisters, Caridad Cabasa and Basila Corrales. Visitation 9 a.m. Saturday at Garden Island Mortuary; service 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Kauai Memorial Gardens. Casual attire.   [Adv 20/2/2002]

 

DYNASTY-MARIE KE'ALOHILANI KAHAWAI CLARK, infant daughter of David and Helen Clark, died June 26, 2002. Also survived by brother, David-Joshua; sisters, Dyneesha, Dystinee and Daysha; grandparents, Heather Kahawai, Gertrude Clark and Alfred Clark. Committal service 11 a.m. Thursday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 7/7/2002]

 

Gloria Clark, 60, of Las Vegas, a retired manager for the transportation industry, died Sunday Jan 13, 2002. She was born in Kalopa, Hawaii. She is survived by husband Larry; daughters Shana N. Maier, Wray L. Gaub, Renee J. Cron and Rhondelle L. Hoggarth; sisters Patricia Ca-lizo, Emiliana Agcaoili and Barbara Namocot; brothers Victor and Thomas Soriano; and four grandchildren. Donations suggested to the American Cancer Society.       [SB 17/1/2002]

 

LOIS M. CLARK, 74, of Honolulu, died Jan. 9, 2002. Born in Norfield, Minn. Retired Northwest Airlines reservationist. Founding member of the Land of Rainbows Lioness Club. Survived by friend, Iva Dobson and family. Visitation 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu; service 4:30 p.m. Inurnment on the Mainland at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Fist Presbyterian Church of Honolulu. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.     [Adv 19/1/2002]

 

MICHAEL KERRY CLARK, 47, of Honolulu, died Jan. 6, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. Survived by mother, Evelyn; father, William; brothers, Daniel and William; sisters, Anna Marie Springer, Linda Abraham, Lisa Gamundoi and Susan Kluchin. Graveside service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at O'ahu Cemetery. Casual attire. Memorial donations to Safe Haven, 41 S. Beretania St. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.      [Adv 20/1/2002]

 

Richard Haaheo Clark, 53, of Ewa Beach, died Nov. 12, 2002 in Hawaii. He was born in Hawaii. He is survived by brothers Robert, William, Edgal and Francis; and sister Emma. Private inurnment at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe.     [SB 25/12/2002]

 

VICTORIA LEILANI CLARKE, 84, of Waialua, died Nov. 21, 2002. Born in Kona, Hawai'i. A devout Jehovah's Witness. Survived by husband, Edward, Sr.; sons, Edward "Sonny" Jr., Richard, and Wayne; daughters, Victoria Nacario, Irene Clark, Catherine Sosusco, Stephanie, and Sonja Gilman; 23 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 11 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Aloha attire.    [Adv 26/11/2002]

 

William Clarke - Hawaiian fashion promoter and newspaper columnist Walter Clarke, whose business card once read "Royal Hawaiian Beach, 3rd umbrella from the left," died in Palm Springs, Calif. Tuesday. He was 89.  Clarke owned dozens of Waltah Clarke's Hawaiian Shops selling aloha wear, stretching from Beverly Hills to Florida, with one of the original stores at Ala Moana Center. He began his longtime love affair with Hawai'i after moving here fresh out of college in 1938. He made friends with the beachboys fronting the Royal Hawaiian and gathered information from them for his syndicated column called "Hawaiian Holidays" about the comings and goings of the rich and famous for the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle. "He absolutely loved Hawai'i and taught all of his children to love Hawai'i too," said Walter Jr. "What a nut he was. He drank and partied all night with the beachboys." It was the beachboys who mispronounced his name as "Waltah," and gave him the nickname that stuck with him the rest of his life. He met his future wife Gretchen at the Royal Hawaiian while she was here with her prominent Chicago family, who were trying to cure her of a crush on a suitor of whom the family did not approve. Clarke used his connection with the hotel's social hostess to get an introduction. "Dad took her out to Diamond Head the first night and tried to kiss her," Walter Jr. said. "She looked up and there was a sign that said 'You're in Hawai'i, have fun,' so she thought 'What the hell, I'll kiss him on the first date.' It was love at first sight. She even mailed the ring back to the boy she was engaged to." The couple moved to Palm Springs, Calif., and, with a $3,000 loan from his father, opened their first Hawaiian clothing shop in 1952. The company grew quickly, and at one time had stores across the country and on all the major Hawaiian islands. Tim McCullough, president and CEO of Reyn's clothing store, met the couple on Catalina Island off Los Angeles, where they had a store in the 1960s, and described their taste in Hawaiian wear as kitschy "lu'au connoisseurs." "He was a very sharp business man," McCullough said. "He knew what statement he wanted to carry in his stores. He was extremely important in taking Hawaiian aloha clothing to the Mainland." In the 1950s, he produced and emceed an album called "A Beachboy Party with Waltah Clarke," which featured Duke Kahanamoku and other beachboys Chick Daniels, Splash, Kalakaua, Steamboat, Panama, Fat and Jimmy singing and playing songs on Waikiki Beach. The album was re-released as a CD in 1999 on Taboo Records and is available at local record stores. The couple ran their clothing stores from Palm Springs; Gretchen designing the fashions and her husband handling the promotions. Clarke wrote much of his own ad copy using pidgin sayings like "No poo poo da muu muu, it might be your wife inside." "English teachers have told me I was setting language back 20 years," Clarke told The Advertiser in 1972. He went on to co-found the Pidgin English Hall of Fame. Clarke visited the Islands regularly, bring his entire family to Hawai'i every summer to stay at the Royal Hawaiian, teaching the children to swim, surf and fish with the beachboys, Walter Jr. said. Clarke will be buried May 14 in Palm Springs — wearing, of course, an aloha shirt and shorts. "If you put him in anything else, he will roll over in his grave," Walter Jr. said. "He hated to wear pants and get dressed up." Clarke is survived by his wife; six children, Walter Jr., Heather, Rolf, Gretchen Jr., Cameron and Cissy; and six grandchildren.   [Adv 9/5/2002]

 

Rachael Lee Clarkson, 62, of Kailua-Kona, a retired beautician, died Sunday Mar 10, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. She was born in South Blackburn, Okla. She is survived by husband Arnet D.; son Rick Dean; daughter Rosalie Boggs; mother Iva Bell Campbell; sisters Loretta Pitts, Carol Seagle and Dorothy Keeter; and four granddaughters. Private services.    [SB 15/3/2002]

 

 

JOHN FRANCIS CLAUSEN, 80, of Ho-nolulu, died March 30, 2002. Born in Stevens Point, Wis. Survived by sisters, Charlotte Burroughs, Evelyn Averibeck, Gertrude Schiesel and Joyce Jones. Service to be held in Wisconsin. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 5/4/2002]

 

Allenso Lele Clenry, infant son of parents Konne and Joanna, of Makawao, Maui, died Saturday  Sep 28, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. Services: 11 a.m. Monday at Ballard Family Mortuary. Call after 9 a.m. Cremation to follow. The mortuary provided incorrect information for an obituary published yesterday.   [SB 03/10/2002]

 

Leilani Napua Cleavenger, 77, of Honokaa, Hawaii, a retired bookkeeper, died Sept. 12, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by sons Gene, Robert "Bob," Mike, William Richard "Dick," Neil and Marc Krattli. Services at a later date.      [SB 27/9/2002]

 

Elnora "Nora" Lucas Cleaves, 78, of Kahului, died April 5, 2002 in Wailuku. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by sons Edmund, Glen, Dean, Dwayne and John; daughters Louise Colobong, Norma Walton, Donna N. Pung, Lynette Kaauamo and Janice Rowan; sisters Emma Waterson, Genevive Souza, Ida Rose Ryan and Maxine Clark; 24 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Memorial services: 3 p.m. Saturday at Kingdom Hall, Paradise Drive, Big Island. Aloha and casual attire.   [SB 16/4/2002]

 

THE REV. B. ROSS CLEELAND, 90, of Kalaheo, Kaua'i, died June 29, 2002. Retired Presbyterian Church and United Church of Christ minister. Survived by sons, Byron "Hokulani" and Gene; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Memorial service 3 p.m. Sunday at Lihu'e Christian Church, Kress Street, Lihu'e, Kaua'i; pot-luck dinner to follow. Aloha attire. No flowers or koden (monetary donations); donations to one's favorite church or charity. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary, Kaua'i.       [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

JAMES WILMER CLEGG, 77, of Kailua, died Sept. 16, 2002. Born in Nabb, Ind. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II and the Korean War. Retired supply management chief CAMO-PAC 8th Army Headquarters at Fort Shafter, with 30 years of service. Survived by wife, Barbara; sons, James, Thomas, Gary, Timothy and Jeffrey; eight grandchildren; four step-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service noon; burial to follow at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Aloha attire.     [Adv 20/9/2002]

 

FRANCIS F. CLEMENT, 94, of Honolulu, died Aug. 22, 2002. Born in San Francisco, Calif. Survived by hanai children, John Clement, Eleanor "Pat" Henderson, Carolyn "Mike" Abney and Katherine Baumann; 10 grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.   [Adv 1/9/2002]

 

ALFONSO VENTURA CLEMENTE, 89, of Waipahu, died March 25, 2002. Born in Laoag, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. A retired state and federal electrician. Survived by wife, Celina; daughter, Jeannie Kimberlin; stepdaughter, Karen Molina; stepsons, John, Eric, Tony and Albert Remijio; 10 grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Visitation 10:45 a.m. next Friday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Waipahu; service 12:15 p.m.; committal service 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 5/4/2002]

 

CRESENCIO SORIANO CLEMENTE, 75, of Honolulu, died Feb. 20, 2002. Born in Lingayen, Pangasinan, Philippines. A lieutenant for the Philippine Constabulary also retired from Ala Moana Shopping Center. Survived by wife, Anastacia; sons, Mario, Cresencio "Jog" Jr. and Cresencio "Boy" Jr., Armando and Rolando; daughters, Virginia Bermudes, Myrna Maregmen, Josefina Sana, Nora Villanueva, Erlinda Tiburcio and Elvira Fiesta; brother, Eleuterio Clemente; 33 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of the Mount Church; Mass 9:15 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.   [Adv 13/3/2002]

 

GODOFREDO "FRED" ULIT CLEMENTE SR., 58, of Waipahu, died Nov. 1, 2002. Born in Batac, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Employed at Hale Koa Hotel. Survived by wife, Lerma; son, Godofredo Jr.; daughters, Aurora Cervantes and Kerry Ann; mother, Filomena; brothers, Leonardo, Lorenzo, Rogelio, Ernesto and Orlando; sister, Lemelyn Sapaden; four grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; wake 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m. Saturday; prayer service noon; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 19/11/2002]

 

Allenso Lele Clenry, infant son of parents Konne and Joanna, of Makawao, Maui, died Saturday Sep 28, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He was born in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He is also survived by grandparents Camilla and Helmet Abner and Allen and Jonibwij Paul. Services: 11 a.m. tomorrow at Ballard Family Mortuary. Call after 9 a.m. Cremation to follow.    [SB 02/10/2002]\

 

Richard Cleveland, an Olympic swimmer who helped revolutionize training methods in the sport, died Saturday July  27, 2002 in Kona. He was 72. A protege of legendary coach Soichi Sakamoto, Cleveland set eight world and 13 American records, and represented the United States at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics. He, along with Ford Konno and other Hawai'i swimmers, helped make the Ohio State swim team the dominant power of the early 1950s. In 1991, Cleveland was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame. He also is a member of the Hawai'i and Ohio State halls of fame. Cleveland was born in Honolulu and graduated from Punahou School. He was a U.S. Army veteran and retired real estate broker in Maui. But it was his swimming feats that set Cleveland apart. Cleveland used weight training as part of his swimming regimen far before it became fashionable. "Today, power training is a big part of sprint swimming, but (Cleveland) was years, decades, ahead of his time," Bill Wadley, current Ohio State coach, told Advertiser columnist Ferd Lewis in a 1990 article. Cleveland got into weights at the suggestion of an Army buddy who thought Cleveland, then 6 feet and 138 pounds, could benefit from it. In time Cleveland got up to 175 pounds and could bench press 300 pounds. Still, Cleveland recalled that the Ohio State "coach at that time was positively horrified that I was lifting weights. That was something swimmers just didn't do. Some teams trained with pulleys, but that was about it. The thinking was that swimmers should remain loose." Cleveland said that one time after three months of lifting and hardly any time in the water, he "went out and swam the 50 in 22.2 and the world record at the time was 22.1. "Pretty soon some of my teammates were getting real interested." When he went back to Columbus in 1984 for induction into the Ohio State University Sports Hall of Fame, Cleveland said a guide took him on a tour of the swimming team's 5,000-square-foot weight room and said, "Well, see what you started." Cleveland is survived by wife, Pauline of Kailua, Kona, and a sister, Ann Richards of Maine. A private service will be held. Memorial donations can be made to: Cancer Research of Hawai'i, 1239 Lauhala, Honolulu, HI 96813.        [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

ROSE PALAKIKO CLEVELAND , 85, died Aug. 14, 2002. Born in Lahaina, Maui. Deaconess at Ka Makua Mau Loa Church. Retired pantry worker at Willows and Tripler Army Medical Center. Survived by sons, Seth Jr. and Rodney "Kalei"; daughters, Geraldine Akiona-Ebinger, Caroline Piho and Gladys Ayala; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary; service 10 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [Adv 19/8/2002]

 

ANNE R. CLIFTON, 92, of Honolulu, died July 29, 2002. Survived by nieces and nephews. Memorial service 10 a.m. Friday at Fort DeRussy Chapel. Inurnment 11:30 a.m. at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 8/9/2002]

 

CHARLOTTE MARIE CLOSSON, 78, of Anahola, Kaua'i, died July 3, 2002. Born in Portland, Ore. A former social worker for children; owner/operator of a clothing retail shop and a member of the Sweet Adelines singing group. Survived by daughters, Carole Ragsac and Linda Kemp; sister, Doris Casey; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Visitation 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Kapa'a Missionary Church; service 10:30 a.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kauai Mortuary.      [Adv 10/7/2002]

 

Charles J. Cloud, 59, of Volcano, Hawaii, a retired schoolteacher for Kalanianaole Intermediate School, died Monday Jan 28, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. He was born in Minnesota. He is survived by wife Celeste, son Morgan, daughter Heather and brothers Stanley and Brett Barbard. Services at a later date.        [SB 1/2/2002]

 

HELEN DOROTHY CLOUGHERTY, 88, of Honolulu, died Nov. 9, 2002. Born in Boston. Inurnment in the Williams Funeral Services Crypt at the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.    [Adv 03/12/2002]

 

LOUISE KELIIWAHANUKU "WAHA" COAKLEY, 82, of Kohala Estates, Kawaihae, Hawai'i, died Aug. 14, 2002. Born in Hanalei, Kaua'i. Retired principal broker/owner of Coakley Properties; also retired supervisor/cost accountant at Fort Shafter. Survived by sons, Nolan and Jeffrey; daughters, Danelle and Mikala Apilando; brother, Samuel Kaaloa; sister, Elizabeth Sereno; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Service 10 a.m. Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Kohala Ward. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Kona.    [Adv  22/8/2002]

 

ANNIE BALATICO COBB-ADAMS, 85, of Kane'ohe, died Dec. 15, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Survived by husband, Coates Sr.; sons, Coates Jr., Frederick, Charles and Benjamin; daughters, Kathleen "Kathy" Burgo and Jo-Ann Eddy; 34 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; brothers, Lawrence Balatico and Harry Balatico. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Valley of the Temples chapel; service 10 a.m. Burial noon at Valley of the Temples Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 23/12/2002]

 

FANNY P. COBB-GUERZON, 55, of Honolulu, died March 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A homemaker. Survived by son, Platon Guerzon Jr.; daughter, Fanny Guerzon II; brother, John Cobb; two grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.     [Adv 18/3/2002]

 

Mary Louise Grant Cochran, 91, of Kailua-Kona, a retired payroll clerk and accountant, died Monday Sep 2, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. She was born in Gillett Grove, Iowa. She is survived by daughter Mary Huebner, brother Arlow Grant, sister Pauline Ventura, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services to be held in Arizona.    [SB 6/9/2002]

 

ERNEST KALANI COCKETT SR., 90, of Honolulu, died Feb. 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired assistant fire chief for the City and County of Honolulu. Survived by son, Jon Pakahea; daughter, Ernette "KawehioKalani" Bright; three grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Visitation from 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Bernice Pauahi Bishop Memorial Chapel, Kamehameha School; service 1:30 p.m. No flowers; lei welcome. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 13/2/2002]

 

GEORGE MORONAI COCKETT JR. , 66, of Honolulu, died Aug. 20, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Retired purchaser and printer with Amfac Inc. Alumni of Kamehameha Schools Class of 1953. Survived by wife, Juanita; son, George III; daughter, Joann; grandson; sister, Mapuana Murai; brother, Nicholas Peroff. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 9 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery.   [Adv 23/8/2002]

 

HERBERT CODERA, 64, of Waipahu, died Jan. 27, 2002. Born in Waipahu. Oahu Sugar Plantation employee. Survived by sons, Jensen and James; daughter, Janalla Shoemake; three grandchildren; mother, Frances; hanai mother, Edna; brothers, David, Byron, Richard, Charles, Thomas, Ross and Paul Alcos; sisters, Jeanette Marshall, Winona Sabanal, Theresa Dano and Sharon Alcos. Visitation 5 p.m. Friday at Immaculate Conception Church; memorial Mass 6 p.m. Scattering of ashes 9 a.m. Saturday at One'ula Beach Park, 'Ewa Beach. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 5/2/2002]

 

FREDERIK HENDRIK COESTER, 71, of Pearl City, died Dec. 7, 2002. Retired state Department of Land and Natural Resources Keaiwa and Rainbow state parks supervisor. Survived by wife, Renee; daughters, Reina Mawae and Leonette DeCambra; son, Fred; sisters, Caroline Drijsen and Cecile Coester; 11 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church; service 6 p.m. No flowers. Aloha attire. Memorial donations to the Pearl City Little League Association, Institute for Human Services or Hawaiian Humane Society. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 17/12/2002]

 

GEORGE COIT, 77, of Kapa'au, Hawai'i, died April 23, 2002. Born in Hala'ula, Hawai'i. Survived by brother, Frank Jr.; sisters, mary Robinson and Elizabeth DeMello. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo, Hawai'i; service 10 a.m. Burial to follow at Hawai'i Veterans Cemetery No. 2, Hilo. Casual attire.    [Adv 30/4/2002]

 

THELMA LEIMOMI COITO, 85, of Napo'opo'o, Kona, Hawai'i, died Dec. 18, 2002. Born in Napo'opo'o. Retired licensed practical nurse at Fort Shafter. Survived by sons, Dixon Enos and Andrew; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Benedict's Catholic Church Hall, Honaunau, Kona; Mass 10 a.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Kona.     [Adv 10/012003]

 

MARCUS REDFORD "BAGS-BLUE DONUT" COLBURN , 73, of Nanakuli, died May 18, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A crane operator retired from Matson. Survived by wife, Theresa; sons, Marcus, Chinnough and Robin "Bobby"; daughters, Angelique "Angie" Ancheta, Phyllis "Bobo" Whaley, Louise "Luigi" Busman and Billie Colburn; sisters, Soonie Keolanui and Jackie Ching; 25 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 25/5/2002]

 

MICHAEL WITE COLBY, 51, of Honolulu, died June 11, 2002. Born in Worcester, Mass. Insurance executive. Survived by wife, Jeanette Caldeira; sons, Travis and Kyle; daughter, Shannon. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 18/6/2002]

 

JUAN COLCOL, 64, of Hanapepe, Kaua'i, died Jan. 18, 2002. Born in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. An irrigation specialist with McBryde Sugar Co. Survived by wife, Mahelende "Helen"; daughters, Lydia Dumlao and Jaime Ellen; two grandchildren; father, Tanquilino; stepmother, Patricia; brothers, Alejandro, Nemecio and Virgilio; sister, Lydia Tumacder. Visitation 8 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 'Ele'ele; Mass 10 a.m. Burial to follow at Hanapepe Public Cemetery. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.       [Adv 29/1/2002]

 

TERRY JOYCE COLE , 58, of Waialua, died June 2, 2002. Born in Hermosa Beach, Calif. Survived by son, Elliott; daughters, Maisha Cole and Rita Uribe; father, Gordon Varneau; four grandchildren; brother, Scott Barrow. Private service. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.    [Adv 11/6/2002]

 

GENEVIEVE MARGARET COLEMAN, 84, of Wahiawa, died Jan. 31, 2002. Born in Big Falls, Wis. A teacher retired from Leilehua High School. Survived by sons, Robert and Charles; daughter, Jennifer Brock; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; brother, Robert Hanson. Visitation after 9:30 a.m. Thursday at La'ie Hawai'i North Stake Chapel, service 10 a.m.; inurnment 1 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire.   [Adv 24/2/2002]

 

RUTH COLEMAN, 44, of Lawa'i, Kaua'i, died Jan. 15, 2002. Born in Japan. Survived by mother, Akiko; sister, Mary Coleman Cope. Service 10 a.m. tomorrow at Garden Island Mortuary; burial to follow at Kalapaki Bay Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.   [Adv 25/1/2002]

 

VIRGINIA "PATTY" COLEMAN, also known as, VIRGINIAJAYNE COLEMAN , of Kailua, died July 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired secretary and special assistant to the officer in charge, U.S. Navy Purchasing Office, Pearl Harbor. Survived by husband, Paul; daughters, Junedale and Jacque; son, William; five grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 27/7/2002]

 

CRISANTO TUAZON COLLADO, 90, of 'Ewa Beach, died March 15, 2002. Born in Bangued, Abra, Philippines. Member of Labor Union 368. Survived by wife, Modesta "Lagring"; sons, Alberto Baxa and Sonny; grandson, Kee Baxa. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday at the mortuary; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 4/4/2002]

 

FLORENCE DUGURAN COLLADO, 79, of Kealakekua, Kona, Hawai'i, died Feb. 24, 2002. Born in 'Ola'a, Hawai'i. A pantry worker at Sandy's Drive In, Kainaliu, Kona. Survived by sisters, Mary Asuncion, Lourdes Lucas and Christina Nono; hana'i sons, Glenn Nono and John Balmores. Visitation 9:30 a.m. today at Kona Memorial Park, Holualoa, Kona, Hawai'i. Graveside service 10 a.m. Burial service 2 p.m. tomorrow at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Keauhou, Kona. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Kona.   [Adv 1/3/2002]

 

ROBERT C. COLLIER , 72, of Kailua, died Aug. 22, 2002. Born in Colorado Springs. A material manager at Kaiser Moanalua Hospital. Survived by wife, Jae; daughters, Debbie Hychner and Valerie Fernandez; sons, Steve and Robert Jr.; six grandchildren; sister, Irene Davey; brother, Verne. Service at a later date. Memorial donations to American Cancer Society or Hawaiian Humane Society. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.    [Adv 25/8/2002]

 

PASCUAL CABUSCA COLLO , 96, of Wahiawa, died March 18, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. A member of the Kalihi Senior Citizens Club. Survived by wife, Rosa; daughter, Nellie Cruz; 14 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Mililani Memorial Park mauka chapel, service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Tuesday at the mauka chapel, service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 29/3/2002]

 

ANITA DELOS REYES COLOBONG , 57, of Honolulu, died Aug. 15, 2002. Born in Laoag City, Philippines. Survived by brothers, Juan, Antonio, Cirilo and Timoteo; sister, Leona Balicoco. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7:30 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday at Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.       [Adv 24/8/2002]

 

JORGE BONILLA COLOMA , 81, of Honolulu, died May 30, 2002. Born in San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Survived by wife, Estefania; sons, Rodolfo and Floriano; daughters, Filomena Arakaki and Eugenia; hanai daughter, Realyn Barayuga; sister, Anastacia; 16 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. Saturday at the Catholic Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa; Mass 8:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.          [Adv 17/6/2002]

 

MARCELINA MENOR COLOMA, 90, of Honolulu, died Dec. 29, 2002. Born in Laoag, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Survived by sons, Press, Rizal and Edwin; daughter, Filipinas "Fely" Angus; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. John the Baptist Church; Mass 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 14/01/2003]

 

PRIMITIVO "PRIMO" YASAY COLOMA, 63, of Waipahu, died Aug. 27, 2002. Born in Pinili, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired from Oahu Sugar Plantation. Survived by wife, Carlina; sons, Jessie and James; daughter, Jennie Balidio; four grandchildren; brother, Mario; sisters, Petronila Pacubat and Luzveminda Baldugo. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 9:45 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 2/9/2002]

 

TOMI COLON , 80, of Honolulu, died May 5, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. A homemaker. Survived by son, Marvin; daughter, Charlene; brother, Kenneth Shimabukuro; sisters, Mildred Kong, Shirley Tengan, Judy Wright, Eileen Jim, Clara Asato and Amy Kaga. Visitation 8 to 10 a.m. Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.   [Adv 10/5/2002]

 

JOSEPH POLPOL COLOTARIO, 86. of Kane'ohe, died March 16, 2002. Born in Hawi, Hawai'i. Retired from Pearl Harbor as a civilian naval base police officer. Survived by wife, Corazon "Cora Lanet"; sons, Joseph, Charles, Joel and Simon Colotario, and Daniel Ugbinada; daughters, Carmen Burke and Carmelita Meigs; 16 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sisters, Catalina Resmundo and Lebrada Serondo. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Ann's Catholic Church; Mass 11:30 a.m.; committal service 1 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.    [Adv 23/3/2002]

 

The REV. J. VIRGIL COLSON, 83, of Columbia, S.C., formerly of Jacksonville, Fla., and Honolulu, died July 22, 2002. Born in Folkston, Ga. Decorated B-24 pilot and prisoner of war; former pastor of Pali View Baptist church, Kane'ohe; Liberia, West Africa, missionary associate. Survived by wife, Grace Bishop Colson; sons, Charles, John and Carey; brother, Wilton; sisters, Margaret Gray and Ginger Horne; six grandchildren. Service today in Jacksonville; burial in Sardis Cemetery, Folkston. No flowers; donations to Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary, c/o Christian Fellowship Baptist church, 1500 Norman Drive, College Park, GA 30349. Arrangements by Shives Funeral Home, Columbia, S.C.     [Adv 25/7/2002]

 

JOHN MERCADO "CHINO" COLTES III, 39, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died March 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A laborer. Survived by son, John IV; daughters, Jennifer and Angela; hanai daughter, Shanda Santiago; father, John "Lacho" Jr.; mother, Thelma Aiu; brothers, Ruben, Anthony and Michael; sister, Johnette "Joanie"; two grandsons. Private service held. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.      [Adv 5/4/2002]

 

Valeriano "Val" Carion Combis, 73, of Honolulu, a structural inspector for the Navy Yard at Pearl Harbor, died Monday Jun 3, 2002 in Honolulu. He was born in Koloa, Kauai. He is survived by wife Priscilla; sons Dwayne, Phillip, Boya, Val Jr., Vernon and Mitchell; daughters Donna Clements, Francine Evans, Tanya Dudoit, Donna Cody, Phyllis Betonio and Anna Combis; brothers Alfredo, Fred and Andres; sister Rose Tolbe; 22 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Services: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. Call after 8:30 a.m. Committal service: 11 a.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe. Aloha attire.    [SB 9/6/2002]

 

ETHYL MAUDE COMER , 81, of Kihei, Maui, died April 3, 2002. Born in Harpers Ferry, Va. A homemaker. Survived by daughter, Pamela Craig; two grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.   [Adv 10/4/2002]

 

Rizalino Nino Comilang, 93, of Honolulu, died Sunday June 16, 2002. He was born in the Philippines. He is survived by wife Juanita; son Pablo; daughters Violet Cruz, Carol Funtanilla and Gladys Comilang; brothers Dionisio and Ernesto; sisters Estela Pascua, Maria Icari, Sofia Ulbinado, Fausta Ulpindo, Dionisia Lao, Aida Rosario and Felomina Soriano; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Mass: 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa, 712 N. School St. Call after 8:30 a.m. Burial: 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.    [SB 22/6/2002]

 

Sharon June Commerford, 63, of Kalaoa, Hawaii, a shipyard laborer and weigh master in Washington, died Jan. 20, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. She also was a Dutch Harbor Seafoods accountant and bookkeeper. She was born in Tonasket, Wash. She is survived by husband Thomas E., daughter Rhonda Jones, brother Stephen Ranes and two grandchildren. Services to be held in Washington.     [SB 30/01/2003]

 

DALMACIO MOLINA CONDAYA SR., 79, of Honolulu, died July 14, 2002. Born in Pangasinan, Philippines. Survived by wife, Eusebia; sons, Dalmacio Jr., Rodrigo, Ricardo, Alexander and Ferdinand; daughters, Mercy Andres, Patricia and Helen Parubrub; sister, Ines Alagano; 24 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at Holy Family Church; Mass 6 p.m.; burial at a later date in the Philippines. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 17/7/2002]

 

STANISLAUS "STAN" K. CONDON, 66, of Kane'ohe, died Sept. 8, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired cable splicer supervisor for GTE Hawaiian Tel. Survived by wife, Audrey "Tootsie"; sons, Todd and Keith; three grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. Ann's Catholic Church; eulogy 9:50 a.m. Mass 10 a.m. Inurnment to follow 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Aloha attire. [Adv 15/9/2002]

 

FRANCIS XAVIER CONLON, 84, of Honolulu, died April 28, 2002. Born in Manchester, Mass. A U.S. Air Force veteran. Survived by son, Thomas; daughters, Judith Donnelly and Suzanne Conlon; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Committal service 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.  [Adv 2/5/2002]

 

GEORGE WILLARD CONNICK, 83, of Kailua, died Nov. 13, 2002. Born in Helena, Mont. A lieutenant retired from the U.S. Navy. Survived by sons, Michael, John and Buster; daughters, Linda Botelho and Diana Rodriguez; five grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10 a.m. Committal service 11 a.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.      [Adv 22/11/2002]

 

DOUGLAS T. "BUTCH" "KALEO" CONOL, 59, of Mountain View, Hawai'i, died Oct. 24, 2002. Born in Hakalau, Hawai'i. A sales associate for the Army Air Force Exchange Service Post Exchange at Pohakuloa Training Area, and U.S. Army medical corpsman veteran. Survived by daughters, Dawn Duncan and Jessica; brothers, Pedro, Paul, Carl, Roy, Jacinto, Jeffrey and Ronnie; sisters, Carol Cardines, Patricia "Patsy" Yung and Felicia "Naing" Waters; six grandsons. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. tomorrow at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 11 a.m.; burial at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire.    [Adv 01/11/2002]

 

GRACE BAUTISTA CONSOLACION, 45, of Daly City, Calif., formerly of Honolulu, died May 1, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Former Hale Nani Nursing Home registered nurse. Survived by fiancé, Ronald "J.C." Carlos; son, Ronald; daughter, Christine; mother, Maria; brothers, Steve Harry and George; sisters, Aurora Agcaoili, Carmen Camallan and Sandra Hargrove. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 9 a.m. Thursday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. [Adv 6/5/2002]

 

ROSEMOND WOND CONTOS, 98, of Kailua, died jan. 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughter, Beverly Rose Grover; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; caregiver, Anita Gabriel. Graveside service 11 a.m. Wednesday at Oahu Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 24/1/2002]

 

JOHN ELSWORTH MALUHIA CONTRADES , 30, of Honolulu, died June 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Jennifer; sons, James, Daniel and Carlos; mother, Yolanda; father, Ernest Jr.; brother, Jaime; sister, Jaylene Kekahuna. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 11:30 a.m. Burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.      [Adv 12/6/2002]

 

CARL R. COOK SR., 73, of Waipio Acres, Hawai'i, died Dec. 30, 2002. Born in Magee, Miss. Survived by sons, Harvey Jicha Jr., Glenn Jicha, Carl Cook Jr. and Daniel Cook; daughters, Arlene Hicks, Gloria Jicha, Carlene Orillo and Linda Bergantinos; hanai daughter, Mae Rodrigues; mother, Gussie Floyd; brother, Billy; sisters, Betty Brooks and Linda Little; 21 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren, Visitation 11 a.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park; service 12:45 p.m.; burial to follow at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Aloha attire.     [Adv 10/012003]

 

Gertrude "Luke" Cook, 85, of Kailua, died Wednesday Apr 24, 2002. She was born in Williamston, Mich. She is survived by husband Lloyd, brother Jerry Jason, sister Joyce Wright, one grandchild and five great-grandchildren. Memorial services: 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. John Lutheran Church, Kailua.   [SB 26/4/2002]

 

 

J. William "Bill" Cook loved Hawaiian music. In his 30-year connection to the islands, he amassed a collection of more than 6,000 Hawaiian music recordings on everything from Thomas Alva Edison cylinders to LPs and CDs. And he listened to them all the time, said his daughter Janice Arai, 56, of Seattle. Cook, 89, a resident of Virginia who owned a condominium on Oahu and spent his winters here, died May 15, 2002 of Alzheimer's Disease at Washington, D.C.'s Inova Fairfax Hospital. He was a former director of the Division of Pesticide, Chemistry and Toxicology at the Food and Drug Administration. "He wanted to play ukulele in college, but he never did," Arai said. "(But) from the time that he and my mother first came to Hawaii, he fell in love with Hawaiian music." Cook, a chemist, began working for the FDA as a food inspector in 1940 and "worked his way up," said his daughter Charlotte LaRoy of Midlothian, Va. He retired in 1972. In 1990, Cook donated more than 1,200 of his Hawaiian music recordings to the University of Hawaii-Manoa's Hamilton Library music collection. Cook's other passion, and what drew him to Hawaii, was travel, Arai said. In the late 1960s, Cook got unheard-of permission to travel to Cuba with his first wife, Chloe Cook, to oversee a health program there. The two also visited Cambodia during a brief lull in the Vietnam War. But it was Hawaii, not any of the usual retirement states, Arai said, that calmed his wife's acute arthritis and gave Cook his favorite haunts: the island's botanical gardens, Aloha Stadium's flea market and Columbia Inn. "He was very much what I consider the aloha spirit. (He would) do different things that were not on your tourist map." Cook was born in Erie, Colo. He received his bachelor's degree in chemistry from Oregon State University and a master's degree in chemistry from Washington State University.  For his research with the FDA, Cook received the Department of Health, Education and Welfare Distinguished Service Award. His ashes will be scattered in waters off Honolulu in July, as his first wife's ashes were. Chloe Cook, to whom he was married for 42 years, died in 1979. His second wife, of 18 years, Margaret Cook, died in 2001. Cook is survived by his four children, three stepchildren, five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Alzheimer's Association or the Hospice of Northern Virginia. A private memorial was held late last month.      [SB 4/6/2002]

 

LAWRENCE MASAYUKI YOSHII, 66, of Anahola, Kaua'i, died Jan. 21, 2003. Born in Kealia, Kaua'i. Retired welder on Johnston Island. Survived by mother, Chiyeko; brothers Stanley and Dick; sisters, Shirley Senaha and Rachel Le Duc. Private service. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.     [Adv 29/01/2003]

 

SYLVIA ELDER COOK , 73, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died April 8, 2002. Born in Idaho. Retired Portland, Ore., schoolteacher, and a dealer in rare books. Survived by daughters, Heather Mueller and Michelle Meeks; son, Shawn McGrew; sister, Betsy Wilson; two grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Memorial gathering 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Leleiwi Beach Park, Hilo. Condolences to Michelle Meeks, 101 Aupuni St., Apt. 608, Hilo, HI 96720. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.   [Adv 15/4/2002]

 

ASAKO TERADA COOKE, 86, of Kailua, Kona, Hawai'i, formerly of Hilo, died Aug. 25, 2002. Born in Ninole, Hawai'i. Retired cafeteria manager for Keaukaha Elementary School. Survived by son, Richard; daughters, Barbara Cooke, Winona Kitaoka and Chrisana Cooke; sisters, Hanako Kuwaye, Yoshiko Kishinami, Yuriko Yahiro, Mieko Hiramoto and Yaeko Kunishige. four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.    [Adv 29/8/2002]

 

LEWIS CALVIN COOKSEY, 88, of Wahiawa, died June 20, 2002. Born in Atoka, Okla. Survived by wife, Virginia; nephews, Ernest, Todd and Steven. Visitation 9 a.m. Tuesday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 9:45 a.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.        [Adv 6/7/2002]

 

ROBERT COOLIDGE, 58, of Kapa'a, Kaua'i, formerly of San Jose, Calif., died Sept. 6, 2002. Born in Oakland, Calif. Restaurant manager. Survived by parents, Thelma and Gene; sister, Carole Holmes Di Matteo; friend, Richard Ryan. Service pending. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.   [Adv 2/9/2002]

 

 

Misty Aura Cooper, 20, of Kapoho, Hawaii, a student, died Tuesday  Mar 12, 2002in Hilo Medical Center. She was born in California. She is survived by father Michael, mother Mary and brother Martin. Services: 11 a.m. tomorrow at Hakalau, at the falls. Casual attire. Lei and loose flowers welcome.      [SB16/3/2002]

 

GREG WAYNE COPELAND, 45, of Ka'a'awa, died May 24, 2002. Born in Sacramento, Calif. Exotic Food Distributors sales representative. Survived by parents, Guy and Lyndell; brother, Steve. Visitation 11 a.m. to noon Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service noon; burial to follow at Diamond head Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 3/6/2002]

 

Irving Marmer Copi, retired University of Hawaii philosophy professor who was world-renowned for his textbooks on logic and early work on computer developments, died Aug. 19, 2002 at his Honolulu home. He was 85. "He was a towering figure in the history of 20th-century philosophy," said Kenneth Kipnis, UH professor of philosophy. "Irving was blessed with both a powerful mind and enormous clarity." A UH professor from 1969 to 1990 when he retired because of ill health, Copi wrote the most widely used textbook in America on logic. Titled "Introduction to Logic," it was translated into many languages, including Hebrew, Kipnis said. "And he wrote new editions every few years, which killed the used-book market. I doubt that any philosopher since (Bertrand) Russell, and maybe not even Russell, has sold more books than Irving Copi." Kipnis also thinks of Copi as "laying the groundwork for the upsurge of computers in America." Thomas Jackson, associate specialist in the UH philosophy department, said Copi "was at the cutting edge of the computer age, explaining theoretically what this whole thing was about and laying the foundation for what happened to our world." Bertrand Russell, Copi's teacher at the University of Chicago, said in his autobiography that Copi (whose last name originally was Copilowish) was one of his most impressive students. Copi was educated in mathematics and philosophy and devoted his life to study, teaching, writing and research. His bibliography includes 160 books and articles, with works translated into 10 languages. "(Copi) confessed to me at one time he thought of himself as an aspiring metaphysician -- one who explores the nature of reality and human existence in the very broadest terms," said Eliot Deutsch, UH philosophy department chairman. Copi had great integrity and wry humor, Deutsch said, recalling when a student asked Copi what to expect on a logic exam. Copi told him to ask the secretary to look at some recent exams.  The student complained to Copi after the exam that the questions hadn't changed, Deutsch said, and Copi replied, "Yes, but we changed the answers." Growing up with such a brilliant father had its challenges, said Copi's daughter, Margaret, a Honolulu psychiatrist.  "He would demand that we support our assertions," she said. He would change a decision if reasons were convincing, she said. Former students recalled Copi's unique traits as a teacher at services Aug. 23 at Temple Emanu-el, his daughter said. "He was popular, but ... you had to work very hard in his class and he never succumbed to grade inflation." He won many academic honors during his career, which included teaching at the University of Michigan from 1958 to 1969 and appointments at the University of Illinois, the Air Force Academy, Princeton University and Georgetown University Logic Institute. He was involved with research at the University of Michigan and consulted with the Office of Naval Research. Asked to teach logic at the University of Michigan in the early 1950s, Copi "looked at all the textbooks and none were any good, so he wrote one," Kipnis said. "The publisher told him it was too big, to split in two, and so he did." He said the text was "head and shoulders above anything else out there, which is why people talk about Copi as being, in a sense, the father of logic courses now taught at every university. "As logic courses boomed, philosophy departments hired more logicians, who were doing more publishing, and all of a sudden by the 1960s and 70s there was a huge number of people with background in logic when computers started taking off," Kipnis said. "One of the real pluses for people who know logic, it is an easy translation to artificial languages that make computers work." Copi co-authored several books and produced other writings concerning computer developments, artificial languages and "logical nets." He and his late wife, Amelia, were Jewish community leaders here and in Ann Arbor, Mich. Copi is also survived by sons Thomas of San Francisco, and David and Bill of Ann Arbor; and four grandchildren. Interment was at Mililani Memorial Park. Donations in his honor can be made to Sof Ma'arav congregation of Temple Emanu-el.    [SB 1/9/2002]

 

ANITA SHIRLEY COPPEL, 80, of Kailua, died Aug. 25, 2002. Born in New York. A homemaker. Survived by son, Steve; brother, Alfred Goldman; nieces, Julie Jacobs and Marcy Gutierrez; nephew, Robert Goldman. Visitation 10:30 to 11 a.m. tomorrow at Temple Emanu-El; service 11 a.m. Inurnment 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.    [Adv 29/8/2002]

 

HILARIA SEBASTIAN CORCINO, 101, of Honolulu, died May 22, 2002. Born in Solsona, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Survived by sons, Lucio and Roque Sebastian; daughters, Criselda Martin, Magdalena Agustin, Jacinta Resvello and Incarnacion Go; 25 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Vlsitation also 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Hawaiian Memorial Park.     [Adv 3/7/2002]

 

Galen Christopher Cordeiro, 25, of Wailuku, died Tuesday Oct 29, 2002 in St. Francis Medical Center. He was born in Wailuku. He is survived by mother Priscilla Yadao; brother Michael W.; sister Desiree-Ann; and grandparents Virginia Yadao and Herbert and Irene Cordeiro. Mass: 12:30 p.m. Monday at St. Anthony Church in Wailuku. Call after 9 a.m. Burial: 2 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park, garden of meditation.    [SB 01/11/2002]

 

NANCY CORDEIRO, 81, of 'Ewa Beach, died June 18, 2002. Born on Maui. Retired from Schofied Barracks as a federal employee. Survived by sons, Frederick, Robert, Jonah and Mark; daughters, Janet Cordeiro, Gerraldine Fox and Shirley Boschee; 14 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual or aloha attire.      [Adv 10/7/2002]

 

CATHERINE A. CORDES, 81, of Honolulu, died June 11, 2002. Born in North Kohala, Hawai'i. Recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award. Survived by daughter, Kathleen Fischer; sons, Fred, Thomas, Martin and Ian; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Service for her and her late husband, Fred, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Central Union Church. Aloha attire. Scattering of their ashes to follow off Waikiki Beach. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 24/7/2002]

 

TOM G. CORLEY, 71, of Kane'ohe, died April 3, 2002. Born in Alabama. U.S. Army retiree. Survived by John G., Buck and John Pearsol. Services over ashes 11 a.m. Thursday at Kailua Seventh-day Adventist Church; scattering of ashes later. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 16/4/2002]

 

JANE KEHAULANI CORNELIO, 62, of Honolulu, died June 12, 2002. Born in Wai'anae. A secretary for Charles W. Carter Company. Survived by husband, Henry; sons, Dennis, Floyd, Stacy and Jason; daughters, Renee Lamoya and Debora Ann Kaikala; 20 grandchildren; mother, Maryann Rondaris; stepfather, Juan Rondaris; brother, Henry Lopes; sisters, Joyce Shafer and Lorna Anderson. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at St. John the Baptist Church; service 7 p.m. Visitation 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the church; Mass 9:30 a.m. Burial to follow at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.       [Adv 19/6/2002]

 

SAMUEL ALBERT CORNELIO, 66, of Kahului, Maui, died Aug. 23, 2002. Born in Kohala, Hawai'i. A mason's helper. Survived by son, Samuel; daughters, Susan Silva and Kathleen Franco; hanai daughters, Roberta William, and Paulette and Percilla Freitas; brothers, Henry and Alfred; sisters, Margaret Hubin, Juanita Alverez, Connie Rodrigues, Mary Caravalho and Lourdes Basque; seven grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Nakamura Mortuary, Maui; memorial service 11 a.m. Casual attire. Honolulu arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 9//9/2002]

 

LAURA JEANETTE CORNELL , 63, of Mililani, died Aug. 5, 2002. Born in Missouri. Survived by husband, Jerry; children, Steven, Kathlene Guthrie, Michael and Sharon Smith; six grandchildren; sister, Mary Ann Zimmerman. Visitation 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Burial to be at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis, Mo.       [Adv 24/8/2002]

 

BEATRICE CORNWELL, 91, of Honolulu, died Feb. 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired government employee. Survived by sons, George "Dubby" Kalaiwaa and Carlyle "Kalani" Cornwell; daughter, Beatrice Wong; 17 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service noon. Burial 2:30 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers, Aloha attire.  [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

ALOHALANI CLAIRE CORONIL , 58, of Wai'anae, died Aug. 15, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed at the Department of Human Services Kapolei. Survived by companion, Eddie Llanos; children, Lowell Coronil, Lyman Coronil and Dovina Kamaka; a grandson. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 10 a.m.; inurnment 10:45 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 24/8/2002]

 

STANELY M. CORPUS, also known as STANLEY MANDIVERA CORPUZ, died July 26, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Maintenance worker at Jolly Roger Restaurant. Survived by son, Stanley "Kainoa"; daughters, Cynthia "Haunani" Cleaver, Christine Tadlas and Bernadette Corpuz; 13 grandchildren; great-grandchild; brother, Joseph Ignacio; sisters, Martha Martin, Agnes Loose, Eleanor Miguel and Emogene Pacheco. Visitation 9 a.m. today at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church; service 10 a.m. Inurnment 1 p.m. tomorrow at Alae Cemetery. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 8/8/2002]

 

DIONICIO CORPUZ, 100, of Lihu'e, died Nov. 18, 2002. Born in Philippines. A laborer. Survived by wife, Lorencia; sons, Milton, Clarence, Melvin and Ronald; daughters, Christine Pardua, Patricia Rivera and Paula Rosa; 24 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Visitation 9 to 10:45 a.m. Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary Chapel in Koloa; service 11 a.m. by Father Keahi. Casual attire.    [Adv 23/11/2002]

 

JOSE NATIVIDAD CORPUZ, 78, of Waialua, died Dec. 18, 2002. Born in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Retired from Waialua Sugar Co.; one of the original Sakada plantation laborers from the Philippines; International Longshore and Warehouse Union representative, and KNDI radio broadcaster for the ILWU. Survived by wife, Angelita; daughters, Jovita "Jovie" Espiritu, Jeanette "Jan" Bushey and Merilyn Thompson; sons, Roger, Jose Jr. and Dave; brother, Ulrico; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Michael Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 15/01/2003]

 

MARIANO SIMEON CORPUZ, 91, of Honolulu, died Feb. 15, 2002. Born in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. A steward retired from Tripler Army Medical Center. Survived by wife, Domingo; son, Melvin; daughter, Esther Gleason; brothers, Donato and Macario; four grandchildren. Visitation 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.    [Adv 6/3/2002]

 

PASCUAL GABOT CORPUZ , 88, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Aug. 12, 2002. Born in Manaoag, Pangasinan, Philippines. Retired employee of the former Hilo Lagoon Hotel. Survived by wife, Adalita; sons, Albert and Dado; daughters, Laura Padila, Lorraine Hubbard and Nancy Martinez; sister, six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 27 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hilo; Mass 12:15 p.m. Burial to follow at Hawai'i Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire. Arrangements by West Hawai'i Mortuary.   [Adv 20/8/2002]

 

STANLEY MANDIVERA CORPUZ, also known as STANELY M. CORPUS , died July 26, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Maintenance worker at Jolly Roger Restaurant. Survived by son, Stanley "Kainoa"; daughters, Cynthia "Haunani" Cleaver, Christine Tadlas and Bernadette Corpuz; 13 grandchildren; great-grandchild; brother, Joseph Ignacio; sisters, Martha Martin, Agnes Loose, Eleanor Miguel and Emogene Pacheco. Visitation 9 a.m. today at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church; service 10 a.m. Inurnment 1 p.m. tomorrow at Alae Cemetery. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 8/8/2002]

 

DANIEL KAZUO CORREA, 65, of Ha'iku, Maui, died Sept. 20, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. Wasa Electric Co. electrician. Survived by wife, Thelma; mother, Rose Silva; son, Ronald; daughters, Coleen Harris and Lisa Ducosin; brother, John; sisters, AnnMarie Okuyama, Ethel Kealoha, Thelma Yamamura and Eleanor Morioka; three grandsons. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Rita's Catholic Church; Mass 11 a.m.; cremation to follow. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.       [Adv 24/9/2002]

 

DAVID G. CORREA , 83, of Honolulu, formerly of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Aug. 6, 2002. Born in Hilo. Retired maintenance supervisor with Honolulu Gas Company (ENERCO) maintenance supervisor. Survived by wife, Ella Neiani; daughters, Lovena West, Trudie Meyer and Pamela Sato; sons, Harlen and David; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters, Vera Victorino, Mildred Spencer, Verna Kinney, Kathleen Mitchler and Shirley Exstrom; brothers, Wilfred "Buster" and Melvin "Macky." Visitation 6 p.m. Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. Thursday at the mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [Adv 10/8/2002]

 

JOHN HAYDEN CORREA, 82, of Honolulu, died Feb. 10, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A mechanic retired from Shop No. 56 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Survived by wife, Theresa; daughter, Marguerite Dale; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brothers, Albert and Freeman; sisters, Emily Suan and Ludie Furtado. Visitation 9 to 9:40 a.m. Friday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, rosary 9:40 a.m., eulogy 9:55 a.m., Mass 10 a.m. Private scattering of ashes. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.    [Adv 17/2/2002]

 

KEITH CORREA, 46, of Kalaheo, Kaua'i, died Sept. 20, 2002. Born in Lihu'e, Kaua'i. A diesel mechanic. Survived by wife, Leanne; son, Keith Jr.; daughter, Lornette; mother, Betty; brother, Robin; sister, Teresa Jacinto. Visitation 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaua'i; service 11 a.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.     [Adv 26/9/2002]

 

VERNON CORREA, 81, of Kahului, Maui, died Sept. 19, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Employed by Maui County; an Army veteran of World War II and a coach who has a baseball park on Maui named after him. Survived by wife, Haruko; daughters, Diane and Gail Correa and Verna Paresa; brothers, Walter, Frank, Gilbert and Alvin; sister, Constance Matias. Visitation 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Borthwick/Norman's Mortuary, service 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Maui Memorial Park. Causal attire..     [22/9/2002]

 

VIRGINIA CORREA, 85, of Hilo, died Feb. 5, 2002. Born in Honoka'a, Hawai'i. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Howard Sr. and William "Peewee" Gomes, Martin "Blackie," Albert "Butchie" and Lincoln Correa; 27 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Visitation 10 a.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service noon. Burial 1:30 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 10/2/2002]

 

PAULINA MONALIM CORTES, 91, of 'Aiea, died June 15, 2002. Born in Cebu, Philippines. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Dionicio; sons, James Cortes, and Emilio and Maximo Hagmoc; hanai sons, Benito and Claude Respicio; daughters, Martha Nelmida, Mary, Bernalda Goolsby, Monica McAuliffe and Paula Sears; hanai daughters, Bernice Manaea, Davelin and April Monalim; 59 grandchildren.; 58 great-grandchildren; 13 great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 11 a.m. Tuesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service noon; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Flowers and lei welcomed. Aloha attire.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

ARTHUR AGUADA CORTEZ, 44, of Honolulu, died March 3, 2002. Born in Isabela, Philippines. Employed by Lanakila Rehabilitation Center. Survived by wife, Jan; mother, Martina; brothers, Rizaldy, Mario, Amelito, Melzer and Erick; sisters, Evelyn Cubangbang, Imy Marich and Marites Bullock. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; inurnment 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.   [Adv  7/3/2002]

 

EDWINA ISABEL CORTEZ, 69, of Honolulu, died March 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired state of Hawai'i Department of Education schoolteacher. Survived by husband, Eugene; daughters, Mae-Claire and Lisa. Visitation 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.      [Adv 28/3/2002]

 

Hailee-Mei Quireda Puamelia Cortez, infant daughter of Franklin J. Cortez and Puanani P. Giddens of Waikoloa, Hawaii, died Feb. 7, 2002 in North Hawaii Community Hospital. She was born in Kamuela. She is also survived by brother Noah Roumasset; grandparents Pam "Tutu" F. Punihaole, Charles L. Giddens, and George and Jane "Nana" Cortez Sr.; and great-grandparents Papa Joe Frendo and Emmaline Foster.     [SB 16/2/2002]

 

DOROTHY KEALOHALANI HANOHANO COSMA, 82, of Honolulu, died Dec. 27, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Survived by daughter, Naomi Salavea; hanai daughter, Leonatte Angilau; 12 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; brothers, Samuel, Solomon and Ralph Hanohano; sister, Betty Hanohano Martin. Visitation 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Friday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1723 Beckley St.; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Aloha attire.      [Adv 06/01/2003]

 

MARION SALES CORTEZ SR., 92, of 'Aiea, died Oct. 24, 2002. Born in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired McCabe-Hamilton-Renny stevedore. Survived by sons, Marion Jr. and Malcolm; daughters, Marilyn Kunitake and Floraida David; brother, Pablo Sr.; 12 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 28/10/2002]

 

CECELIA F. SKINNER COSTA, 74, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Dec. 4, 2002. Born in Hilo. Survived by daughters, Annienelle McNicoll and Cecelia Ann Deen; brothers, Clarence and Abraham; sister, Irene Gomes; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.     [Adv 18/12/2002]

 

ROBERT EARL COSTA, 68, of Kane'ohe, died May 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired milk supervisor for Foremost Dairies. Survived by sisters, Genevieve Jones, Ann Won, Marjorie Vannatta, Evelyn Smith and Melva Vidinhar; brother, Merlin; three daughters; two sons; grandchildren. Visitation 11:30 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 1:15 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

ROBERT GENE "BRAH" COSTA JR ., 41, of Honolulu, died May 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Sole proprietor of Rob's Clearglass Window Cleaning and a musician/songwriter. Survived by parents, Robert "Boy" Sr. and Grace "Angie" "Kekelaokalani"; sons, Robert III and Joseph; wife, Diane; sisters, Roberta "Berta" Bennett, Lutrell "Trella" Costa and Rashel "Raka" Washburn; grandmothers, Grace Kamohalii and Louise Correa; great-grandmother, Estelita Ortiz; special aunty, Carmen Ruiz. Visitation 6 p.m. Monday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m.      [Adv 1/6/2002]

 

VIOLET GOUVEIA COSTA, 76, of Honolulu, died Oct. 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughter, Sheila; sons, Jessie James, Robert Bates and Allen; sisters, Emily Revell, May Galacia, May Toro and Theresa Mercardo; brothers, John, Gilbert, Walter and Albert Gouveia; 18 grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Friday at St. John the Baptist Church; Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 29/10/2002]

 

WILFRED "MONSTA" L. COSTA, 54, formerly of Kailua, died May 31, 2002. Born in Honolulu. An Oahu Construction Co. truck driver. Survived by daughter, Kimberley Keola; sister, Johnette "Linda Costa" Smith; brothers, Richard, Walter, David and Bernard "Sunshine" Soares; two grandchildren; Visitation 9 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; scattering of ashes 1:30 p.m. He'eia Kea Pier glass-bottom boat.      [Adv 4/6/2002]

 

JOHN COSTALES, 71, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died June 13, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Retired employee of Chevron USA in Hilo. Survived by sons, John Jr. and Michael; daughters, Enola Kauka and Toni Haanio; sister, Eleanor Marota; eight grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Dodo Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Monday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hilo; Mass 12:15 p.m.; burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 20/6/2002]

 

BARBARA NALANI COURTNEY, 54, of Gardena, Calif., died Feb. 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A former sister of Notre Dame and principal of Maria Regina School, Gardena. Survived by mother, Thelma; brother, Thomas; sisters, Lynette Courtney-Noa and Jo-Ann Courtney-Suttle; hanai sister, Yolanda Morreira. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Star of the Sea Catholic Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:45 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 11/2/2002]

 

WILLIAM ANTONIUS COUZIJN, 79, of Kailua, died March 13, 2002. Born in Holland. Sole proprietor of Remaca Marketing. Survived by wife, Maria; sons, Leonard and Dennis Couzijn; daughters, Corine Zajac and Evelyn Esposito; five grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 17/3/2002]

 

JOSEPH HARRY COVALT, 83, of Honolulu, died Oct. 12, 2002. Born in Lansonne, Pa. An insurance executive. Survived by wife, Edna; son, Stephen; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.

 

EDITH ELIZABETH COX, 88, of Wai'anae, died Aug. 5, 2002. Born in Holton, Kan. Retired as a security guard for the federal government. Graveside service 10 a.m. tomorrow at Valley of the Temples Chapel; inurnment to follow at Williams Funeral Services Crypt.    [Adv 25/8/2002]

 

HARRIETT S. COX, 88, of Honolulu, died June 11, 2002. Born in Deerfield, Ill. Longtime St. Francis Hospital volunteer. Survived by daughter, Helen Ferguson; son, John; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, John Henry Stryker. Memorial scattering of ashes for Ambrose and Harriett Cox 10 a.m. July 6 at the Waikiki Elks Club. No flowers; donations to St. Francis Hospice Care, or favorite charity. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

WILLIS RAY CRADDICK, 78, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Feb. 9, 2002. Born in Ford, Idaho. A retired vice president of Water Resources International. Survived by wife, Kuulei; sons, Ray, David, William and Donald; daughters, Cheryl Humble, Fran Fuchigami, Joanne Wall and Susan Peterson; former wife, E. Louise; brothers, Edgar and Ray; 19 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; prayer service 11 a.m.; burial at Homelani Memorial Park. Aloha attire.    [Adv 14/2/2002]

 

Jane Cooper Crane, 86, of Honolulu, a retired editor for the University East-West

Center, died Saturday Jan 26, 2002 in Honolulu. She was also president of the Post-Polio Network of Hawaii, an employee for the attorney general's office in Guam, and an employee for the Ford Foundation and the Huntington Library in Pasadena.  She was born in Detroit, Michigan. She is survived by husband Sheldon, son Carroll, two grand-children and a great-grandchild. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Holy Nativity Episcopal Church. Aloha attire. No flowers.       [SB 30/1/2002]

 

Joseph C. Cravalho - Former Maui police chief Joseph C. Cravalho, 65, died Monday Jan 7, 2002 at his home in Kahului.  Cravalho joined the Maui County Police Department in 1959 and was named chief in 1981. He retired seven years later. Police Chief Tom Phillips said Cravalho oversaw the police force during a time of rapid growth in the department and in the community. One big change during his tenure was the department's move from outmoded, overcrowded facilities into modern quarters on Mahalani Street. But if Cravalho was known for anything, it was his professional demeanor and caring, Phillips said. "He was very smart and had a real big heart. I never saw him lose his temper. He was very calm all the time and had a very professional appearance, and I think we all learned from that," he said. "He really cared for his employees, not just on the job but for their families." Following his retirement, Cravalho was branch manager for Wackenhut of Hawai'i from 1991 to 1999. He was involved in the Boy Scouts of America and Boy Builders, and served on the Governor's Committee on Crime. He was born Sept. 11, 1936, in Kula. Viewing will begin at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Anthony Church in Wailuku, with a Mass at 1 p.m. Burial will be at 2 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park. Ballard Family Mortuary is assisting with the arrangements. Cravalho is survived by his wife, Germaine; sons Stephen Smith of Wailuku and Karl Cravalho of Honolulu; daughters Shelly Wagner of Hilo, Wanda Logan of Kihei and Jo Ann Singfield of San Diego; brothers Frank of Texas, and Harmon and Clarence of O'ahu; sisters Judy Montalvo of Makawao and Betty Jean Mendiola of O'ahu; and seven grandchildren.      [Adv 10/1/2002]

 

Joseph Cravalho was a key leader in the modernization of the Maui Police Department and was the first Valley Isle resident in recent history to be promoted to police chief from within departmental ranks. Cravalho, who served as police chief for nearly seven years ending in 1988, died Monday Jan 7, 2002 at his residence in Kahului. He was 65.  "He was a great person. He was unassuming and humble," said Howard Tagomori, who served as the deputy chief under Cravalho and now is the U.S. marshal in Hawaii. Tagomori said Cravalho was instrumental in planning for the new Wailuku Police Station on Mahalani Street and was "extremely intelligent," possessing a photographic memory.  Tagomori said while working as a detective, Cravalho once asked him to do a background check on the vehicles near a burglary and then proceeded to recall the license plate numbers.  Maui Police Chief Thomas Phillips said he learned a lot from Cravalho about how to treat people.  "He had a big heart. He was nice to people. I never saw him get mad.  "He set the tone for the department. I learned a lot from his leadership."  Phillips said Cravalho and a number of other ranking officers held softball games in the mid-1970s and got to know the new recruits and their families.  "They made me feel welcome. It was nice," he said.  Cravalho selected Phillips to head the Vice Division even though other sergeants had seniority.  "He gave me my start," Phillips said.  Cravalho served more than 28 years in the Police Department and was selected as deputy chief by Chief John San Diego in 1976.  He was appointed police chief in 1981, becoming the first Maui police officer in modern history to be selected for the top post from within the department.  Before Cravalho, several Maui police chiefs had been selected after serving with the Honolulu Police Department.  Cravalho is survived by wife Germaine, two sons and three daughters.  Services will be held at St. Anthony Church tomorrow, with public viewing from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., followed by Mass starting 1 p.m. Burial will follow at Maui Memorial Park at 2 p.m. [SB 10/1/2002]

 

Ramona "Rony" May Bernard Andrade Cravalho, 73, of Kahului, Maui, a retired registered nurse for the State of Hawaii, died Sunday Feb 10, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by husband Lawrence J Cravalho, sons David Andrade Jr. and John M. Andrade, daughters Lisa Z. Andrade and Shelley M. Prado, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services: 7 p.m. next Saturday at Borthwick/Norman's Mortuary. Call 6-8 p.m. Cremation to follow. Casual attire.   [SB 16/2/2002]

 

Chuck E. Crawford, 66, of Mililani, a Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Hawaii Inc. managing director, died Nov. 20, 2002 in Wahiawa. He was born in Orange County, Calif. He is survived by son David and brother Henry "Bud." Private services. Scattering of ashes held at sea.    [SB 28/11/2002]

 

ELIZABETH STEVENS CRAWFORD, 68, of Lancaster, Calif., formerly of Honolulu, died Feb. 13, 2002. Born in New York City. A travel consultant and tour guide. Survived by daughter, Susan Bosman; son, John; five grandchildren. Mainland service. Arrangements by Antelope Valley Cremation Services, Lancaster.   [Adv 23/2/3003]

 

GEORGE EDWARD LA'AUILO CRAWFORD IV, 34, of Honolulu, died Jan. 12, 2002. Hawaiian Dredging Co, waterfront division, heavy equipment operator. Survived by wife, Michelle; son, Keolaonalani Crawford-Kapanui; daughters, Taupu'uwaiotalani Crawford-Kapanui, Punawaikapuokalani Crawford-Kapanui and Kaulahealani Crawford-Kapanui; parents, George III and Ruby; sister, Lisa; brothers, Kealoha and Jacob. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.     [Adv 21/1/2002]

 

MABEL CALHAU CREEDON, 91, of Honolulu, died Dec. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A teacher at Diamond Head School for the Deaf & Blind for 34 years. Survived by niece; nephews; grandnieces; grandnephews. Visitation 9:30 to 10 a.m. Monday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 07/01/2003]

 

DAVID ALBERT "PAKI" CRICHTON JR., 50, of Provo, Utah, formerly of Honolulu, died May 2, 2002. Born in Fagatogo, American Samoa, A musician and business owner. Survived by wife, Sweet; daughter, Omai; sons, William, Tama and Tui; sisters, Hilda Gonzaga and Mitzie Foumai; brothers, Don and Billie. Service and burial in Provo, Utah. Arrangements by Berg Mortuary.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

BERTHA MAY CRISLIP, 82, of Mililani, died Feb. 8, 2002. Born in Geneva, Ohio. Survived by sons, William and Richard; brother, Fred Brett; four grandchildren. Visitation 5 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 6:30 p.m. Burial 10 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. [Adv 12/2/2002]

 

RUBY MAE BUTAC CRISOSTOMO , infant daughter of Ruben and Vilma Crisostomo of Kunia, died July 17, 2002. Survived by brother, Bryane; grandparents, Isabelo and Emelia Crisostomo and Severo and Estrella Butac. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Monday at St. Michael Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.      [Adv 2/8/2002]

 

HOWARD FREDERICK "KUNIA" CRISS JR., 76, of Honolulu, died Dec. 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired sergeant major for U.S. Army and served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam, and member of Kokua Council, Hawai'i Thousand Friends, League of Women Voters and graduate of Kamehameha Schools Class of 1945. Survived by wife, Joy; sons, Howard, Keith and Steven; daughter, Lynne Criss-Fujita; brother, Leroy Larinaga; sisters, Eva Atienza and Betty Greseth; four grandchildren. Visitation 11 a.m. Saturday at Kamehameha Schools Bernice Pauahi Bishop Chapel; service 11 a.m. Burial 10 a.m. Monday at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery.     [Adv 18/12/2002]

 

LUZ MIGUEL CRISTOBAL, 68, of Las Vegas, Nev., formerly of Honolulu, died Sept. 17, 2002. Born in Laoag City, Philippines. Employed in the garment industry by Malia International, Kramer's, retiring from Surfline. Survived by husband, Juan; daughter, Lourelli Vega; son, Allen; three granddaughters; sisters, Guillerma Ramos and Raymunda Ballesteros.    [Adv 02//10/2002]

 

ARTHUR FRANCIS CROCKETT, 44, of Kula, Maui, and Honolulu, died Aug. 10, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. A student at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. Survived by father, William; mother, Kathryn; sister, Claire Crockett-Shaw. Memorial service 2 p.m. Wednesday at First United Methodist Church. No flowers. Memorial donations to First United Methodist Church or to Hawaii Preparatory Academy in Waimea, Hawai'i. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 25/8/2002]

 

"ARDIE" MARIE CRONKITE, 59, of Kihe'i, Maui died Aug. 30, 2002. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah. A self-employed floral designer. Survived by husband, Ernie; mother, Dottie Lee; sons, Dean Keith, Charlie Grant III and Arthur Grant; four grandchildren. Private family service to be held. Memorial donations to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.     [Adv 4/9/2002]

 

LARRY R. CROSS , 56, of Kailua, died Aug. 5, 2002. Born in Omaha, Neb. Former Associate Dean of the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. Former vice president for academic affairs for the Japan-America Institute for Management Science. Survived by wife, Karen; daughters, Tiare, Justina, Serena and Wendy; mother, Doreine Miller; brother, Lindsay Hale. Remembrance ceremony and celebration of life 4:30 p.m. Monday at the Cross Family home in Kailua, 610 Kaimalino Place. No flowers. Aloha attire. Memorial donations to the Center for Global Nonviolence or The Economics Institute.   [Adv 10/8/2002]

 

Robert Steven Crowley, 42, of Honolulu, an Alexander Manor housekeeper, died June 29, 2002. He was born in California. He is survived by brothers William and Brian, and sisters Sheila Aguinaldo and Patricia Anderson. Private services.  [SB 03/10/2002]

 

CHRISTOPHER LUIS CRUZ, 16, of 'Aiea, died April 17, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by mother, Eliza Basilio; father, Nemesio Basilio; biological father, Romero Jr.; sisters, Marnelli Basilio and Michelle and Sheryl Cruz; grandparents, Fidella Luis, Romeo Sr. and Feliciana Cruz, Aurelio and Crescencia Basilio. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Elizabeth Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 1/5/2002]

 

EMIL "IMU" JAMES CRUZ, 63, of Honolulu, died Dec. 14, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. Retired plumber. Survived by son, James Manuwa; daughters, Georgielyn Keawe and Doreen Cruz-Robb; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers, Luibeck and William; hanai parents, Charles and Charlotte Anderson; hanai sisters, Charmaine Anderson and Charlene "Lani" Fernandez. Service and scattering of ashes held. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.     [Adv 02/01/2003]

 

JUANITA ABES RENTI CRUZ, 84, of Kekaha, Kaua'i, died July 26, 2002. Born in Bangui, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. A homemaker. Survived by sons, William and Abraham; daughters, Perlita Mararagan, Jessie Larson, Elizabeth O'Donnell and Nina Rehwaldt; 21 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; sisters, Celedonia Aguedan, Veronica Ulanday and Esther Agor. Visitation 8 a.m. Saturday at St. Theresa Catholic Church; Kaua'i; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Kekaha Public Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.       [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

VIRGINIA POEPOE CRUZ, 77, of Wahiawa, died Aug. 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A deaconess of Wahiawa Seventh-day Adventist Church. Survived by sons, Charles, Jona and Jonathan; daughters, Joanna DeFreitas and Virginia Hostetler; brother, Gulstan Poepoe; sister, Theodora Koidel; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary mauka chapel; service 7 p.m. Burial 10 a.m. Thursday at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv  11/8/2002]

 

BIBIANA TABARANGAO CRUZATA, 86, of Waipahu, died May 4, 2002. Born in Iriga City, Philippines. Survived by sons, Santiago, Nicanor and Francisco; daughters, Gloria Babagay and Marie Oliva; brothers and sisters; 20 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Resurrection of The Lord Church; Mass 7 p.m. Burial in the Philippines. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.    [Adv 14/5/2002]

 

PERLA RIGONAN CUBA, 57, of Honolulu, died Nov. 24, 2002. Born in Palongpong, Batac, Philippines. A Hakuyosha front desk clerk. Survived by daughters, Debra Cuba and Bernadette Bowling; son, Henry Jr.; two grandchildren; brothers, Andres Libed, Oscar Libed and Robert Libed; sisters, Mellie Libed and Myrna Libed; special friend, Agapito "Al" Gomez. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Oahu Cemetery chapel; service 7 p.m. Graveside committal service 10 a.m. Friday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 08/12/2002]

 

JORGE "POKKI" DOMINGO CUDAL, 82, of Wahiawa, died May 22, 2002. Born in Laoag City, Philippines. Survived by wife, Flora; sons, William, Rodrigo, Florencio and Reynaldo; daughters, Flordeliza, Veronica Daoang, Rosemarie Malinay and Rosalinda Alfaro; 23 grandchildren; brother, Victor and Alberto; sister, Esperanza Alonzo. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 18/6/2002]

 

ROSA ABIVA CUDAL, 81, of Aliamanu, died Oct. 29, 2002. Born in San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Survived by daughter, Glory Ronduen; grandchildren, Dennis and Jannet Bautista; great-grandchildren, Emily and Ethan Bautista. Visitation 6 to 7 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Mass 8:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Philomena Church; burial 10 a.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 11/11/2002]

 

FLORENCE KAWAILIULA CUDE, 67, of Honolulu, died July 3, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Larry; son, Punahele Horiuchi; daughters, Cheryl Horiuchi, Tai Schmidt and Michele Kaakimaka; sisters, Victoria Mook, Leianuenue Cabael, JoHanna Major and Carlina Larson; brothers, James and Earl Carinio; nine grandchildren. Visitation 5 p.m. Tuesday at Kaimuki Christian Church; service over the ashes 6 p.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 5/7/2002]

 

Elizabeth "Liz" Vincent Cuelho, 93, of Kailua, died Saturday Mar 9, 2002 in Straub Clinic & Hospital. She was born in Hilo. She is survived by son Frank Jr., hanai daughter Maria Steklachick, sister Carol Duvauchelle, nine grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mass: 12:30 p.m. March 23 at St. John Vianney Catholic Church, Kailua. Call after 11 a.m. Committal services: 3 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [SB 15/3/2002]

 

LUZ MARIA CUI, 74, of Honolulu, died Oct. 17, 2002. Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Employed at L&L Lounge. Survived by son, Eduardo Conde Santos; daughters, Isa Wood, Altita and Luz Conde; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Augustine Church; Mass noon; cremation to follow. Casual attire. Flowers welcomed. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 23/10/2002]

 

Gerald "Jerry" Burke Cullen, 87, of Hilo, a retired certified public accountant and a U.S. Army veteran who served in World War II, died Monday Dec 9, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. He was born in Denver. He is survived by wife Geraldine, son Robert, daughter Kathleen English, sister Kathleen Hannigan, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mass: 11 a.m. Saturday at Malia Puka O Kalani Catholic Church in Keaukaha, Hawaii. Call after 10 a.m. Casual attire.     [SB 11/12/2002]

 

JAMES JOSEPH NALEIOKALANI CULLEN, 61, of Honolulu, died July 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Leeward Funeral Home and Victoria Ward Ltd. employee. Survived by wife, LaVerne; sons, James "Kimo" Jr., Ricardo, Jon'Dale and Jared-Lee; daughters, Allyson Kawailima, Luana Cullen-Martin, Bonnie Alexander, Hazeline and SeannaLynn; 14 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; foster mother, Margaret Kaleo; brother, Walter; sisters, Miriam Carnate, Eleanor Davis III, Connie Watson, Lorrie Ann Espinoza and Dodie-Jean Jackson. Visitation 5:30 Saturday at Oahu Cemetery chapel; service 7 p.m.; cremation to follow. No flowers; lei accepted. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.      [Adv 23/7/2002]

 

KAMEKONA CUMMINGS, 33, of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died Feb. 4, 2002. Born on Kaua'i. Survived by mother, Dawn Gasologa; brothers, Samson Akaka and David Aipa Jr.; sisters, Andrea Kekoa, Melvina Emmsley, Ualani Chinen, Marian Cummings and Candace Schieasel; hanai brother, Kamekona Gasologa; hanai sister, Mele Gasologa. Memorial service 11 a.m. Saturday at Onekahakaha beach Park, Hilo. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo, Hawai'i.   [Adv 25/2/2002]

 

Patricia Dolores Cummings, 74, of Hawaiian Shores, Hawaii, a retired respiratory therapist for various hospitals, died Monday Dec 16, 2002 at home. She was born in Hinsdale, Ill. She is survived by husband Matthew, son James, daughters Johanna Solms and Karen Holguin, sister Marjorie Seabrook, brother Grant Solms, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Private services.    [SB 18/12/2002]

 

THOMAS ELIJAH CUMMINGS JR., 63, of Honolulu, died Dec. 2, 2002. Survived by wife, Theresa; sons, Thomas III, Glenn, Michael, Kaleo, Jonah, Kamuela, Kaeo and Kawika; daughters, Iwalani Pestana, Pikake Akiu-Eaton, Kela Kaniaupio, Ilima Cummings, Leimomi Thompson and Alohalani and Echo Cummings; 19 grandchildren; sister, Emma Alana. Scattering of ashes 10 a.m. Saturday at Nanakuli Huliawa Beach Park across from Miles/Mike's Bakery. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 11/12/2002]

 

WILLIAM HARRY CUMMINGS, 64, of High River, Alberta, Canada, died May 4, 2002. Born in Stellarton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Spent his life working at sea. Survived by son, Van Noel; daughter, Cara Potter; former wife, Aretta Besuille; a granddaughter. Service and burial held in High River.  [Adv 5/5/2002]

 

CYNTHIA SETSUKO CUNNINGHAM, 48, of Honolulu, died July 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Alan; sister, Charlyn Morita. Memorial service 3 p.m. Tuesday at Calvary Chapel of Honolulu. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 4/8/2002]

 

NENETTE LORRAINE CURBOW, 70, of Honolulu, died Aug. 25, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. A retired teacher. Survived by mother, Elizabeth; sister, June Bernard; aunt, Mary Souza; uncle, Hannibal Ferreira. Private inurnment held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.     [Adv 20/9/2002]

 

SHIRLEY E. CUREK, 58, of Honolulu, died Jan. 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired secretary for Tripler Army Medical Center. Survived by daughter, Kasha Curek-Rhoades; stepson, John; four grandchildren; sister, Violet Harada. Service 4 p.m. Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 10/1/2002]

 

JACOB JUDAH CURRAN, infant  4 month son of Robert  P. Curran and Joni Domingues, died Jan. 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Also survived by grandparents, Richard and Jane Curran and John and Joy Domingues; great-grandparents, John and Catherine Curran and Fumiko Segawa. Visitation 8:30 to 10 a.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, service 10 a.m.; committal service 11 a.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.          [Adv 3/2/2002]

 

Jack "Jackson" Camp Curtice II, 61, of Kihei, Maui, a fruit stand owner, died Friday Aug 2, 2002 at home. He was born in Canyon, Texas. He is survived by daughter Chanda "Hina," mother Margaret Lovig, brother Jim and sister Gerry Schabarum. Celebration of his life: 3:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday at Kalama Park Pavilion. Memorial service: 5 p.m.    [SB 6/8/2002]

 

GAIL "AUNTY GAIL" AIKO CUSTER, 55 of Waipahu, died Oct. 4, 2002. Born in Waipahu. Retired Hickam Air Force Base, Fuels Management, secretary. Survived by husband, Errol; sons, Errol, Sean and Cory; daughter, Cheryl Ann; mother, Yukiko Yoshida; brother, Calvin Yoshida; sister, Shirley Kon; one grandson. Visitation 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 6 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 13/10/2002]

 

Ric Custer, 59, of Kailua, former owner of Inner Vision Hair Studio, died Thursday Feb 14, 2002 at home. He is survived by companion Tom Paseka. daughter Susan Gmazel, sisters Charlotte Anderson and Jeanette Rothig and a granddaughter. Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday at Kailua Seventh-day Adventist Church. Call after 10 a.m. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers, make donations to the Life Foundation or the American Heart Association. Aloha attire.   [SB 17/2/2002]

 

GERALDINE MEHANA CUSUMANO, 58, of Wai'anae, died Jan. 22, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A singer. Survived by sons, Adam Fragas, Stephen and Michael Cusumano; brothers, Peter Jr. and James Mottas; sister, Marilyn Kaulia; five grandchildren. Visitation and service 10 a.m. Saturday at the Koolau Banquet Room, Waikele Golf Course. Aloha attire. Private burial. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

Forest "Chick" Cutright, 78, of Lahaina, a real estate broker and a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served during World War II, died Friday Dec 13, 2002  in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He was born in Elk City, Okla. He is survived by wife Ruth R., son Forest Jr., daughters Janet Duenes and Myra Coble, brother Marshall, sister Helen Elliott, five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Celebration of life: 4 p.m. Friday at Cutright's home. Casual attire. No flowers. Donations suggested to National Kidney Foundation.     [SB 17/2/2002]

 

LEONICA "LYNN" CABINATAN CUYO, 80, of 'Ewa Beach, died April 7, 2002. Born in the Philippines. A homemaker. Survived by daughters, Beverly Hamamoto, Jean Redira, Janet Largusa, Doris Refamonte and Pearl Awana; sons, Ronald and Thomas Refamonte; brothers, Donicio, Galdino and Antonio Cabinatan; sisters, Bessie Snively, Vincenta Paolillo and Buena Canales; 29 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren. Visitation 8 to 9:45 a.m. April 27 at Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Kaua'i Memorial Gardens. Casual attire.     [Adv 18/4/2002]

 

LOUIS "LOUIE" CZUPCZYNSKI, 83, of Wailuku, Maui, died march 2, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. A Wailuku Sugar Co. truck driver. Survived by wife, Ann; son, Roland; daughter, Alma Flaminiano; four grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Borthwick/Norman's Mortuary, Maui; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Anthony Church, Maui; Mass 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Maui Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv  7/3/2002]