Honolulu Advertiser & Star-Bulletin Obituaries

January 1 - December 31,  2002

 

 

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MARY SUK-YI CHUCK MA, 77, of Honolulu, died March 8, 2002. Born in Canton, China. Retired from Golden Dragon Restaurant. Survived by husband, James; son, Robert; daughters, Roberta Reed and Carolyn; four grandchildren, Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Sunday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 13/3/2002]

 

RUI XIANG MA , 85, of Honolulu, died May 1, 2002. Born in China. A retired farmer. Survived by wife, Jin Yu Li; sons, Hing Kwan, Quing Yuan and Hing Man; daughters, Shu Ying Ma, Shu Lan Ma and Susanna Wong; sister, Yuen Yee Ma; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary; Taoist service; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [Adv 10/5/2002]

 

ROSELLA AHU MOI CHAR MA-HELONA , 86, of Wailua, Kaua'i, died April 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A custodian retired from the State of Hawai'i. Survived by sons, Louis, Charles, Stephen, John and Alan; daughters, Gwendolyn Bargamento, Barbara Leota, Merriel Yonohara and Vivian Almeida; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Harriet Cavaco and May Mahuka. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m. Burial at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.   [Adv 14/4/2002]

 

 

TAOULILEULUATUIANA MA'AELOPA, 63, of Honolulu, died March 30, 2002. Born in Tapu Timu, American Samoa. Employed by Lazy Steel Company. A member of Samoan Congregational Church. Survived by wife, Foutama Ma'ae; sons, Lawrence T., Jordan M., Billy and Michael Ma'ae; daughter, Jessie Ma'ae; brothers, Vevesi and Etisone Ma'ae; sisters, Luanei Houk, Venise Alo, Marie Alo and Sasa Silifaiva; 21 grandchildren. Visitation from 10 a.m. Thursday at Samoan Congregational Christian Church of Honolulu, 616 N. School St.; service noon; burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.  [Adv 7/4/2002]

 

HOSPICIO TISMIO MAAT, 82, of Wai'anae, died June 25, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Survived by wife, Honorata; sons, Bobby and Gil; daughter, Radegunda; stepson, Edicio Tamangyan; stepdaughter, Cerra Malay; sister, Mauricia. Service at a later date in the Philippines. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.    [Adv 1/8/2002]

 

MAAVE MAAVE, 61, of Waipahu, died June 22, 2002. Born in American Samoa. Survived by wife, Litara; sons, Robert, Maave Jr., Jesse, Wallace, David and Nelson; daughters, Flolita Suka, Vanilla Aleki, Vaimaila Tuuaga, Vaimoana Leota and Orepa; 24 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brother, Faavae; sisters, Fiailoa Moevao, Leutu Puaa, Eseta Auelua and Mafutaga Misa. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 10 to 11:30 a.m.; burial noon at Sunset Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 2/7/2002]

 

FLORENCE NAMIE MABALLO, 78, of 'Aiea, died Feb. 8, 2002. Born in 'Aiea. Retired from the Navy Exchange. Survived by son, Calvin; daughters, Adeline Leong, Carolyn Endo and Kolyn Maballo; hanai daughter, Esther Jorkan; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brothers, Paul and Richard Taniguchi; sisters, Margaret Boyston and Rose Nip. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Elizabeth Church, Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 17/2/2002]

 

RUBY MARIE ASUNCION MABANAG, 53, of Wahiawa, died July 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed at Manawa Lea Health Services and Waimano Home and Hospital. Survived by son, Steve; daughter, Jennie-Marie Stewart; a granddaughter; father, Angel Asuncion; brothers, Angel Sarong, Edward, Benjamin, David, Clayton and Kirk Asuncion; sisters, Shirley Crowley, Myra Cantrell, Lynette Retuta, Rosalie Auna, Angel Asuncion and Helena Asuncion. Visitation 9 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church; Mass 11 a.m. Burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv  11/8/2002]

 

FLORA CAMARAO MABELLOS, 89, of Kihei, Maui, formerly of Kalihi,, died Sept. 22, 2002. Born in Binalonan, Pangasinan, Philippines. Member of Maui Adult Day Care Center. Survived by sons, Teofilio and Esteban Saculles and Tranquilino "Trank"; daughters, Belen Kwan, Elena Genetiano, Adeline Oliver, Gloria Basuel, Daroleen Paco and Alejandrin McCray; grandchildren and great-grandchildren; brothers, Pete and Monico Nelmida; sisters, Herminia and Veronica Nelmida. 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. Maui arrangements by Borthwick/Norman's Mortuary; Honolulu arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 02//10/2002]

 

MARGARITE GRACE "LEI" MABELLOS, 80, of Hala'ula, Kohala, Hawai'i, formerly of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died Jan. 14, 2002. Born in 'Ophihihale, South Kona, Hawai'i. A homemaker. Survived by hanai daughter, Lucille Naungayan; brother, Henry Grace Sr.; sister, Vivian Kaupu; two grandchildren. Visitation 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Hawi Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Mass 10 a.m.; burial to follow in the church cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.        [Adv 22/1/2002]

 

MARVA LUKA LILITH "COCONUT CANDY" MABIDA, 64, of Pearl City, died Aug. 15. 2002. Born in Honolulu. Department of Education employee for 24 years. Survived by sons, William Jr. and Joseph; daughters, Rosemarie Dudley, Miriam Mabida, Jessica Mabida-Bridges and Jodi Horcajo; 18 grandchildren; brother, Peter Kaeo; sisters, Minnette "Louise" Herras and Marilyn "Luella" Hug. Visitation 10 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [Adv 27/8/2002]

 

WENCESLAO "BENCING" BUMAGAT MACADAEG, 77, of Waipahu, died April 13, 2002. Born in Burgos, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. A member of World War II Filipino American Veterans Hawai'i Chapter and American Legion Post 5. Survived by wife, Josefina; children, Benjamin Macadaeg, Evelyn Macadaeg and Rogelio Macadaeg; four grandchildren; brothers, Gregorio and Fernando; sister, Magdalena Delgado. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary makai chapel; service 7 p.m. Burial at a later date in the Philippines. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.  [Adv 21/4/2002]

 

JOSE B. MACADANGDANG, 81, of Kahului, Maui, died Nov. 18, 2002. A retired employee of Hawaii Commercial and Sugar. Survived by brothers, Richard, John and Lester; sisters, Anselma Madriaga and Marina Wallace. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nakamura Mortuary; prayer service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Christ the King Church; Mass 10 a.m. Burial 11:30 a.m. at Maui Veterans Cemetery.    [Adv 27/11/2002]

 

ADRIANO MACALMA MACALMA, 76, of Honolulu, died March 10, 2002. Born in Paoay, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Pipe installer for the Philippine government. Survived by wife, Visita; sons, Jaime, Orlando and Dominic; daughters, Nida Agullana, Janet Daduyo, Josephine Bongolan, Mary Jane Tan, Maybel Roque and Yolanda Asuncion; brothers Benito and Federico; sisters, Isabel, Francisca Padamada and Pilipinas Macalma; 23 grandchildren; great-granddaughter. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of the Mount Church; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 9:30 a.m. Interment 10 a.m. Mililani Memorial Park. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.   [Adv 02/04//2002]

 

BERNARDO CACAL MACAPULAY, 89, of Waipahu, died Dec. 26, 2002. Born in Cadaratan, Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired from O'ahu Sugar Plantation. Survived by daughters, Violeta Ildefonzo and Rosela Lagmay; 10 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; 11 great-great-grandchildren; brother, Andres. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary; service 11:30 a.m; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Flowers welcome. Casual attire.    [Adv 21/01/2003]

 

Sapi Epati Tuitelele Macareag, 80, of California, a homemaker, died Dec. 13, 2002 in California. She was born in American Samoa. She is survived by son Kenneth A., daughter Mary Westbrook, five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services: 5 p.m. Saturday at Oahu Cemetery. Call after 4 p.m. Aloha attire.     [SB 25/12/2002]

 

TRANQUILINO MACATBAG, 94, of Honolulu, died Feb. 4, 2002. Born in San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Survived by caregivers, the Ligot, Martin and Ortiz families; and sister, Alberta Asuncion. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Mililani memorial Park Mortuary, Makai Chapel; service 10:30 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.   [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

Alister Wilson Macdonald, 91, of Honolulu, founder of Macdonald and Porter Ltd., died Saturday Nov 23, 2002. He was born in Seattle. He is survived by wife Suzanne B., son Robert W., daughter Kathleen S., sister Margaret Donaldson and three grandchildren. Services: 3 p.m. Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary. Call after 2:30 p.m. Private burial. Aloha attire. No flowers.     [SB 28/11/2002]

 

JOHN ROLAND MacDONALD, 70, of Honolulu, died Nov. 9, 2002. Born in Badaxe, Mich. Retired as a commander with the U.S. Coast Guard, search and rescue pilot and teacher of English as a second language at McKinley School for Adults. Survived by sons, Scott and William "Bill"; daughters, Susan Greene and LauraJon Cornel; six grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m. Inurnment 9:30 a.m. Monday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Aloha attire.      [Adv 22/11/2002]

 

Robert E. MacGregor, a key figure in the growth of Hawaii's tourist industry for more than 50 years, died Tuesday April 15, 2002 in Honolulu. He was 88. MacGregor started International Travel Service in Honolulu in 1946 with Leong Hop Loui, and it is now one of Hawaii's biggest retail travel agencies. Later, he formed Trade Wind Tours to sell retail and wholesale tours to Hawaii from the mainland and elsewhere. For a time, that business was the largest U.S. marketer of Hawaii tours. MacGregor developed other local tourism-related businesses covering a range of activities such as Pearl Harbor tours, bus travel and Polynesian shows. He sold Trade Wind Tours in 1987 but remained involved in other businesses, including International Travel, until his death. Outside his business activities, MacGregor was known for his passion for polo, which he started playing in 1958 when the local polo grounds were in Kapiolani Park. Polo moved later to Mokuleia, and 16 years ago, MacGregor co-founded a new Honolulu Polo Club at Waimanalo, where the MacGregor Cup is one of the trophies each year. MacGregor's wife, Emalita, whom he met in the Philippines while working for Pan Am, died in 1992. He is survived by his daughter, Roberta Masson of Tiburon, Calif., and one granddaughter. A memorial service will be held Tuesday at Diamond Head Memorial Park Chapel, with viewing at 8:30 a.m. and service at 9:30 a.m. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made in MacGregor's memory to the American Cancer Society or Hawaii Public Radio.     [SB 20/4/2002]

 

ANGELINA OLORES MACHADO, 68, of Kekaha, Kaua'i, died Jan. 28, 2002. Born in Waimea, Kaua'i. Survived by husband, Jerry; sons, Floyd, Michael Sr., Steven and Chad; daughter, Panny Angela; three grandchildren; brothers, Ernest Carillio, Fernando Carillio, Bernardo Olores and Valcriano Olores; sisters, Barbara Carillio, Rosaline Kunipo, Leonora Patricio and Carol Abara. Visitation 1:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Theresa Catholic Church; Mass 2:30 p.m. Burial at Kekaha Public Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.    [Adv 31/1/2002]

 

Charles "Chuck" Machado Jr  - They called him the Lu'au King, and Chuck Machado earned the title, serving millions of Hawaiian feasts to visitors in Waikiki and introducing dozens of Hawaiian stars to the world of entertainment.  Charles "Chuck" Machado Jr., who was born Aug. 1, 1939, in Kailua, Kona, died here Saturday morning  May 4, 2002 at Straub Clinic & Hospital of heart problems. He was 62. If tourists didn't encounter Machado's brand of aloha at the lu'au they were likely to have been met by Machado and his minions at the airport, where Machado got his start as a lei greeter and later opened his own Aloha Lei Greeters company. In later years, Machado sponsored popular and profitable jackpot fishing and golf tournaments on the Big Island. By 1977, the United States Small Business Administration had named the 36-year-old Machado Hawai'i's businessman of the year. He was the first person of Hawaiian ancestry so honored, and Hawaiian cultural scholar George S. Kanahele said at the time the award would put to rest the stereotype of Hawaiians as non-business people. At the time, Machado was grossing $2 million a year, employing 142 people, staging five to 10 lu'au a week and running four other visitor-oriented businesses. In 1988, Gov. John Waihe'e saluted him on his 25th business anniversary as "a leading Hawaiian entrepreneur" who built an empire on hard work, zeal and vigor while participating in business associations and groups as well. Machado attended Konawaena and then Kamehameha Schools, and was a student at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa when he got into the lei trade. Chuck Machado's Luaus began as a moonlighting operation at the Chinese American Club in the Ala Wai Clubhouse in 1963, moved to Fort DeRussy to cater to the military rest-and-recreation crowd, then settled in for two decades on the beach at Waikiki in front of the Outrigger Hotel. Between 500 and 700 visitors three times a week tucked into the kalua pig, the chicken long rice and the lomi salmon, and of course, always poi. Machado eliminated 'opihi from the menu reluctantly, and not until the late 1980s. It wasn't the $200-a-bucket cost, he said, but the scarcity. "It gave me too much stress worrying about whether it would show up or not," he said. "He tried to keep the lu'au Hawaiian," said Mamo Howard Ornellas, former vice president for 17 years with Chuck Machado Luaus and his corporations. "Most of our lu'aus, you know, have no kalua pig, no nothing. It's just a buffet called a lu'au so the tourists could eat," Ornellas said. "But he tried to keep it as authentic as possible. He would include maybe a piece of teriyaki, so (lu'au-goers) ... would have something to eat if they didn't want to try anything else. But he was known for being authentic." When Machado put on a lu'au at Washington Place in 1975, his staff worked around the clock to make sure the fish was fresh, and picked through 400 coconuts to find 200 with tender spoon meat. "He was the first commercial lu'au person in the state," Ornellas said. "He was just a brilliant man. He paved the way for the lu'au industry and entertainment. He paved the way for a lot of entertainers. He was too helpful and generous. He took care of everyone." Those who worked early in their careers for Machado included Nohelani Cypriano, Jack and Cha Thompson of Tihati, Kimo Kahoano, Noe Noe Zuttermeister, Leinaala Simerson, Kawika Trask, Squires of the House of I, Brickwood Galuteria, Al Harrington, Cathy Foy and Doug Mossman. It was during one of Machado's own rare appearances on stage that Mossman got the better of him when Machado kidded the audience by asking them to give Mossman a standing ovation, because he had never got one. The applause hadn't died down when Mossman turned to his boss and said, "Well, I've never had a pay raise" either, so "how about a raise?" "How could he turn me down?" Mossman grinned later. "And it was a juicy raise." Machado is survived by sons Charles III of Kahului and Myles of California; daughter Monica; brothers Lionel and Barry; sisters Carolyn and Brenda Lee of Kona; and a granddaughter, Chelsie. Visitation will be 3 to 4 p.m. Thursday at Christ Episcopal Church in Kealakekua, Kona, with a service at 5 p.m. Visitation will also take place from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary in Honolulu, followed by services at Borthwick at 11 a.m. Saturday. Aloha attire. Machado's ashes will be scattered off Waikiki fronting the Outrigger Hotel at 2 p.m. Saturday.        [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

Iridiana Uilani Macias, infant daughter of parents Diana Mendoza and Carlos Macias, of Lahaina, died Tuesday Nov 19, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Wailuku. She is also survived by sisters Eva Rodriguez and Elida and Martha Moreno and Nayelli Zambrano and Gricelda and Ana Macias; brothers Juan and Ivan; and grandparents Ramona Jimenez and Baudelio Macias. Services: 7 p.m. today at Maria Lanakila Catholic Church. Call after 6 p.m. Cremation to follow. No wreaths. Flowers and leis welcome.   [SB 21/11/2002]

 

MILTON THEODORE MACK, 88, of Mililani, died July 10, 2002. Born in Landing, N.J. Survived by wife, Naoko; son, Michael. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.      [Adv 20/7/2002]

 

ALBERT FORBES MACKENZIE SR., 73, of Volcano, Hawai'i, died Nov. 12, 2002. Born in ola'a, Hawai'i. A plant manager retired from Ralston Purina in San Diego, Calif. Survived by daughters, Alberta McCutchen-Park and Rebecca Baker; sons, Albert Jr. and Gerald; brother, Robert; sisters, Kathy Black and Ann MacKenzie; five grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. tomorrow at Haili Church, Hilo; service 11 a.m. Casual attire.     [Adv 20/11/2002]

 

DONALD G. MacKINNON, 97, long-time Hawai'i resident, died Nov. 30, 2002. Born in Douglas, Ariz. Retired U.S. Navy flight surgeon (captain) and senior medical officer, Barbers Point Naval Air Station; founding member of Caledonian Society of Hawai'i; and a bagpipe player at Barbers Point. Survived by sons, John and D. Scott; four grandchildren. Scattering of ashes pending.    [Adv 11/12/2002]

 

Theron Mac Leod, 91, of Keauhou, Hawaii, a retired real estate agent, died Sept. 5, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. He was born in California. He is survived by daughters Victoria Hebdon and Carla Cline, and brother Carlisle Cline. No services.    [SB 26/9/2002]

 

ESTHER A. MACMILLAN , 84, of Honolulu, died July 16, 2002. Born in Huron, S.D. Retired archivist at the University of Wyoming Library. Survived by son, James II; stepdaughter, Ruth Pace; sister, Mary Fogg; two granddaughters; two stepgrandchildren; three great-grandsons. Visitation 10:15 a.m. tomorrow at Blessed Sacrament Church; Mass 10:45 a.m. Mainland inurnment at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the March of Dimes. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 19/7/2002]

 

BRUCE CUFFE MacMULKIN, 86, of Kane'ohe, died Nov. 17, 2002. Born in Boston, Mass. Retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard chief harbor pilot. Survived by wife, Janet; daughters, Donna Baker, Jean Hall and Judy Byfield; seven grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 20/11/2002]

 

MARTHA JOSEPHINE MACPHEE, 70, Hilo, Hawai'i, died Jan. 26, 2002. Born in Parsha, N.D. The proprietress of MacPhee & Associates. Survived by daughter, Victoria MacPhee-Kong; brother, Daniel Kraft; sisters, Rosella Heuer and Pauline Sorby; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Private service in North Dakota. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.    [Adv 5/2/2002]

 

MARJORIE CROW MACQUEEN , 79, of Sequim, Wash., died May 5, 2002. Born in Koloa, Kaua'i. Former owner of and riding instructor at Hillside Stables, Kaua'i. Also executive director of the Oahu Unit of the American Cancer Society. Later advertising manager at Honolulu Magazine and manager of Waikiki Beach Press, Japanese edition. Survived by sister, Betty Crow Hock; daughters, Marilyn Santiago and Diane Ralston; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Graveside service at Lihue Public Cemetery in September. Memorial donations to Hospice of Clallam County, P.O. Box 2014, Port Angeles, WA 98362.   [Adv 11/5/2002]

 

JEAN CORNELIA MACY , 69,of Kane'ohe, died June 28, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired computer technician. Survived by sons, Barrett, Peter Loo and Gerald Chun-Fook; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters, Charlinne Barios, Yvonne Gray, Stephanie Gonzalez and Nina May Tapia; brothers, Conrad Chun-Fook, Billy, Michael and Robert Musselman. Service pending. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.      [Adv 12/7/2002]

 

Alice "Elsie" Madamba, 78, of Honolulu, died Dec. 25, 2002 in St. Francis Medical Center. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by brother Ernest Enos and sister Margaret Higgins. Graveside services: 12:30 p.m. Monday at Mililani Memorial Park.     [SB 03/012003]

 

ISABELO "BILL" GALIMA MADAYAG, 92, of Kunia, died May 5, 2002. Born in Urdaneta, Pangasinan, Philippines. Retired from Castner Ford Auto Dealer. Survived by son, Christopher; daughters, Janet Lee, Jerrine Calantoc Madayag, Patsy Carvalho, Barbara Perez, Melissa Tubon, Linda Wright, Evelyn Paas and Charlene Cabico; stepson, Eddie Cabico; 17 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service noon; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 29/5/2002]

 

ANNIE V. MADEIRA, 69, of Waia'nae, died Feb. 2, 2002. Born on Maui. A 1992 cooking school graduate. Survived by sons, Manuel Jr., Rodney and Keith; daughters, Joann Lucas, Elena Molina and Lisa; 12 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sisters, Josephine Wilson, Lucy Pagan and Dr. Leonora Parson; brothers, Larry and Ernest Dias and Raymond Santiago. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Mauka Chapel; service 11:45 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. [Adv 12/2/2002]

 

HELEN ZUKOWSKI MADEY , 84, of Honolulu, died Sept. 20, 2002. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. Co-manager of a family automotive service, banking and land development business in New Jersey. Survived by sons, Julius and John Madey; sister, Emilia Ruby; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 10:30 a.m. today at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 11 a.m.     [Adv 27/9/2002]

 

JOSE MONIS MADIO, 59, of Waipahu, died Nov. 30, 2002. Born in Bangar, La Union, Philippines. Employed as a maintenance supervisor with McDonald's, Mililani. Survived by wife, Leticia; son, Armando; daughters, Eugenia Roldan, Evelyn Cajimat and Charlene Madio; three grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary mauka chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 9:30 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.

 

THEODORA INOUYE MADRIAGA, 60, of Honolulu, died Dec. 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed at Hawaiian Regent Hotel for 22 years. Survived by husband, Eufemio; sons, Brian, Edgar, Eric, Elbert and Allen; brothers, Richard and George Inouye; sisters, Irene Matsuwaki and Hannah Warren; seven grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Saturday at St. John the Baptist Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 01/01/2003]

 

DANIEL MITSUGI MAEDA, 82, of Pearl City, died July 7, 2002. Born in Waipahu. Member of Disabled American Veterans and 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Survived by sons, Ronald, Calvin and Clayton; daughter, Sharon Kaulili; brothers, Peter Idemoto and Hisami Yayeda; sister, Mabel Maeda; five grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.      [Adv 16/7/2002]

 

HIROJI "TED" MAEDA , 85, of Honolulu, died Feb. 28, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired contractor. Husband of the late Mitsuyo Maeda. Survived by children, Paul and Dennis Maeda, Joan Murata and Deborah Takemoto; six grandchildren. Private service held. Inurnment at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 15/3/2002]

 

KENJI "KEN" MAEDA , 73, of Wahiawa, died July 16, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. Retired city emergency medical technician, and member of Soka Gakkai International-USA. Survived by wife, Florence; sisters, Dorothy Asada, Helen Tatsuno and Toshiko Maeda. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 1/8/2002]

 

PRESTON TAKEO MAEDA , 49, of Pearl City, died Sept. 23, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A carpenter foreman. Survived by wife, Jo-Ann; sons, Brad and Brian; parents, Takeyoshi "Mike" and Edith; stepmother, Helen; stepfather, Paul Iijima; brother, Meredith; sister, Aileen Shiro; stepsisters, Kary Takemoto, Carol Lane, Linda Oguma and Sandra Tam; stepbrothers, Terry Shiroma and Jeffrey Iijima. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m. Private inurnment. No flowers. Aloha attire.     [Adv 26/9/2002]

 

YOSHITAKA MAEDA , 79, of Mililani, died Aug. 22, 2002. Born in Pa'ia, Maui. A shop foreman retired from Del Monte Corporation. Survived by wife, Haruko; son, Gerald; daughter, Carol Aoki; brother, Dennis; six grandchildren. Private memorial service held. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.      [Adv 5/9/2002]

 

ANGEL SHIRO MAEHARA, 83, of Honolulu, died Oct. 1, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. A freight forwarding service owner. Survived by wife, Mary; sons, Eric, Marc and John; daughters, Carol Ann Takeuchi, Mona, and Lois Tanaka; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; brothers, Edward, Samuel and Patrick; sisters, Tokie Tsuji and Michie Sasai. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 08/10/2002]

 

ANGEL MAEHARA  - Former members of the Asahi baseball team and friends, will hold a service to honor former Asahi team owner, ANGEL MAEHARA, 83, who died Oct. 1, 2002. Maehara was a prominent Hawai'i businessman, owner-president of Air-Flo Express and Hawaiian Papaya Co., a sportsman and adviser to former Mayor Neal S. Blaisdell. He was killed in an industrial accident at Honolulu International Airport. He had purchased the Asahi baseball team from Mackay Yanagisawa in 1955. Services will be held 5:30 p.m. Dec. 11, at Makiki Christian Church. No flowers. Information: 488-1349.      [Adv 04/12/2002]

 

JANE YONEKO MAEKAWA, 70, of 'Aiea, died Oct. 16, 2002. Born in Kahuku. Retired Bobby's Union Service owner. Survived by husband, Robert; sons, Rex and Ross; one granddaughter; brother, Andrew Ikehara; sister, Janet Anderson. Visitation 5 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Mauka Chapel; memorial service 6 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 22/10/2002]

 

ARCENIO "SPEEDY" MAGBANUA MAGALLANES, 78, of Wai'anae, died March 31, 2002. Born in Kona, Hawai'i. Survived by wife, Lucy; sons, Ronald Daog, Arcenio "Cino", Willy, Arthur, Kenneth and Gordon; daughters, Shirley Ford and Sarah Shirley; brothers, Alfred, Luis Jr. and David; sisters, Loretta Chaney, Judy Balucan, Conchita Glackin, Juanita Harris and Margaret Postodan; 24 grandchildren 15 great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at Sacred Hearts Church, Wai'anae; Mass 10 a.m.; committal service 1 p.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire. No flowers. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.   [Adv 10/4/2002]

 

MARY KEMP MAGLALANG , 81, of Waipahu, died April 27, 2002. Born in Metro Manila, Philippines. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Rene, Francis and Peter; daughters, Violetta Becera, Mary Lou MacDonald, Susan Custodio and Marilen Duenas; 16 grandchildren; great-grandson; hanai sister, Aurea. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.  [Adv 2/5/2002]

 

JOHN PATRICK MAGNER, 72, of 'Aiea, died May 18, 2002. Born in Stamford, Conn. Survived by sons, Patrick, Michael, Christopher and Mitchell; five grandchildren. Mass 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church. Inurnment at St. Mary's Cemetery, East Hartford, Conn., at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Francis Hospice. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 22/5/2002]

 

NARCISO ESTRADA MAGSANOC SR. , 69, of 'Ewa Beach, died May 3, 2002. Born in Pangapisan, Lingayen, Philippines. Survived by wife, Erlinda; sons, Reynaldo and Narciso Jr.; daughter, Nobleza; three grandchildren; brother, Tomas; sisters, Florencia Vila and Judie Locquiao. Visitation 8:30 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 14/5/2002]

 

Dae Sun Mah, 81, of Honolulu, a retired Korean newspaper printer, died Saturday Mar 23, 2002 in Kuakini Medical Center. He was born in South Korea. He is survived by wife Sang Bok L.; sons Myong Chun, Chang Chun, Sang Chun and Yong Chun; daughters Myong Ku Ka, Myong Kyong Cho and Sung Hee Lim; brother Dae Hoo; sister Hee Yong; and 15 grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Friday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Call after 10 a.m. Burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.     [SB 25/3/2002]

 

EVELYN MAHELONA, 54, of Puhi, Kaua'i, died Aug. 6, 2002. Born in Honomu, Hawai'i. Survived by fiancee, Nelson Packard; son, Andre Perez; daughters, Johnette Stevens and Lahela Kinimaka; eight grandchildren; parents, Daniel Carvalho; sister, Sylvia Vidinha. Graveside service held yesterday at Kauai Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.   [Adv  11/8/2002]

 

CLEMENCIA THERESA MAHER , 80, of Honolulu, died Aug. 12, 2002. Born in Shanghai, China. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Dr. Leo and Anthony; three grandchildren; brothers, Gus and Barry Barrada. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.  [Adv 16/8/2002]

 

MARIE MAHOE , 97, of Kane'ohe, died June 5, 2002. Born in O'okala, Hawai'i. Survived by sisters, Josephine Malani and Mildred Arjona,. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.         [Adv 13/6/2002]

 

RENA MUIMUI SINCLAIR MAHOE, 86, of La Mesa, Calif, and Honolulu, died Jan. 27, 2002. Born in Pago Pago, American Samoa. A retired 'Ewa Beach Church of God pastor. Survived by daughter, Phyllis Pettijohn; brother, Elmo Sinclair; sisters, Alice Pranger, Connie Reyes and Katherine Allen; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Thursday at the mortuary; service 9:45 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. [Adv 15/2/2002]

 

NINA NIRMAL MAHTANI , 56, of Honolulu, died July 20, 2002. Born in Pakistan. Survived by husband, Nirmal; daughters, Sabine Mendonca; mother, Moini Advani; sisters, Sabrina Falque and Lavina Advani. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.    [Adv 27/7/2002]

 

AIMALEFOA MAIAVA, 79, of 'Aiea, died may 10, 2002. Born in american Samoa. retired Samoa Congregational Church pastor. Survived by sons, Pelenila and Matu'u Aimalefoa; daughters, Evotia Tuiteleleapaga, Nerisa Sualevai and Manuatele Maae; 22 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; sisters, Soliga and Puese Maiava and Manuatele Faifili. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.  [Adv 15/5/2002]

 

FAAULIULI MOETOTO MAIAVA, 71, of American Samoa, died Jan. 20, 2002. Born in American Samoa. Survived by children, Anoimalo Taito, Talalai Lemaota, Mulufualava Maiava, Malefa'i Maiava, Tulutulu Toa, Mesepa Lamositele, Uiese Moetoto, Pule Maiava and Arieta Kitiona. Service and burial in American Samoa. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 14/2/2002]

 

PESE MAIAVA, 68, of Waimanalo, died Sept. 30, 2002. Born in American Samoa. Survived by wife, Lanumeamata; daughters, Luanuu Maiava, Sina Tuialuluu and Fua Dotson; sons, Taiafi, Faalaloi, Pese Jr., Semi and Maligi; sister, Luana Alex; brother, Maligi; 23 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. Friday at the Church of the Nazarene, Kailua; service noon; burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 06/1/0/2002]

 

DAVID MEHEULA MAIELUA , 71, of Honolulu, died April 13, 2002. A nutritionist retired from Waimano Home. Survived by wife, Doris; a granddaughter; brothers, Earl and Timothy; sisters, Loretta Johnson, Edith Baltunado and Nanette Montalbo. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10:15 a.m. Inurnment to follow at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. No flowers. Aloha attire.  [Adv 21/4/2002]

 

JAMES KAHALEPUA "BRADDAH" MAIELUA JR. , 60, of Wai'anae, died March 16, 2002. Born in Lahaina, Maui. A retired employee of Panasonic Hawaii (Matsushita Co.) and a RGIS inventory specialist. Survived by sisters, Sarah Akau, Stella Phillips and Carol Jean Ryan. Visitation 6 p.m. today at St. Rita's Church in Nanakuli; service 7 p.m.; cremation to follow. Memorial service 5 p.m. Saturday at Launiuopoko Beach Park in Lahaina, Maui. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 20/3/2002]

 

SOLOMON MAIELUA III, 76, of Waipahu, died April 4, 2002. Born in Lahaina, Maui. A retired City and County of Honolulu worker. Survived by son, Dennis; daughters, Sarah, Loriann Ching and Joann Kapeliela; four grandchildren; mother, Tsuyuro; brothers and sisters. Visitation 10 a.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 11/4/2002]

 

GABRIEL ISAIAH JOHN FITI MAILE, infant son of Liutau and Summer; died Nov. 12, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Also survived by sister, Tyler; grandparents, Stacy Zembik, Michael III and Pam Zembik, and Charleen Teixeira-Maile. Visitation 9 a.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service noon; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 19/11/2002]

 

Paul James Haleolono Makaena, 57, of Makaha, a pipe fitter for the federal government, died Oct. 25, 2002 Francis Hospice-West. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by hanai daughter Shannon Lee; brother Dan Charles; sisters Abigail Makula, Kalani Merrill and Frances; and three grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. next Sunday at Waianae Boat Harbor. Scattering of ashes to follow.    [SB 10/11/2002]

 

MARIE CYNTHIA "AUNTIE FAT" MAKAHILAHILA , 63, of Anchorage, Alaska, died June 4, 2002. Born on O'ahu. Sam's Club Warehouse sales associate; U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Department of Land titles employee; former O'ahu tour industry employee, and Bishop Museum employee. Survived by son, Joseph; daughters, Iwa Makahilahila-Hefner, Audrey Adams and Alicia Gustin; 16 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sister, Janice Young; brothers, Andrew Kipapa and William. Visitation 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary, Honolulu; services noon; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home.         [Adv 13/6/2002]

 

RAPHAEL MAUNAALA MAKALENA, 75, of Honolulu, died Nov. 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from The Gas Co. Survived by brothers, Daniel and Norman; sister, Marilyn. Visitation 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flower arrangements/wreaths; lei welcomed. Aloha attire.     [Adv 21/11/2002]

 

Sigrid Ellen Makanani, 65, of Lihue, a chemist, died Oct. 2, 2002 at home. She was born in Germany. Graveside services: 2 p.m. tomorrow at Lihue Cemetery. Aloha attire.     [SB 15/10/2002]

 

WAREEN "TOMI" TOMIE MAKANUI, 56, of Kaimuki, died Nov. 12, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Sheldon, Kyle and Perry "Paka"; daughters, Sandy and Kalea; mother, Katherine Tomita; brother, Rusty Tomita; sisters, Gail Tomita and Paulette Wage; four grandchildren. Visitation 10:30 a.m. at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.    [Adv 16/11/2002]

 

CLINTON KALANIWAI MAKEKAU, 69, of Wahiawa, died Nov. 1, 2002. Born in 'Iao Valley. Survived by wife, Mercedes; daughters, Charlene and Christine; brothers, Abel, Stanley and Charles; sisters, Cecilia Napihaa, Diane Nakamoto and Ethel Nahinu; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Service noon today at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Wahiawa Ward. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 07/11/2002]

 

KALIKO KAMAKANE MAKEPA-BURROWS, 2-month-old son of Wolfred "Bruddah" and Debbie Makepa, of Hau'ula, died Nov. 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived also by brothers, Cory and Koapaka; sisters, Sha-de, Shantel, Tihani and Teade; grandparents, Wolfred Sr., Pearl Clarke and Debra Burrows. Visitation 6 p.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.    [Adv 18/11/2002]

 

ANASTASIA "ANA" CROWDER MAKUA , 81, of Kane'ohe, died April 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Samuel "Kamoho"; sons, Samuel, Dennis "Buzzy", Stephen and Michael "Kalani"; daughters, Patricia Perkins, Allithea "Lee" Totten, Christine Van Epps, Marvis "Bootsy" Smith, Roxanne Makua and Avanelle "Ava" White; 29 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Ann Catholic Church; Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

CELESTE VILLIARIMO MAKUA, 51, of Wailuku, Maui, died June 29, 2002. Born in Hana, Maui. Employed by Hana Hotel, Human Resource Department, and a parent educator with Kamehameha Schools outreach program and Alu Like Pulama Ina Keiki. Survived by husband, Clifton "Kaleo"; son, Bratton "Puna" Villiarimo; daughter, Michele Carrington; hanai daughter, Puni Villiarimo; mother, Christina Villiarimo; brothers, Barry "Tani" Villiarimo and Brian Villiarimo; sister, Claudia "Wehilani" Kalaola; five grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Hana; service noon. Visitation also 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Ballard Family Mortuary; service 6 p.m.; cremation to follow. Lei(s) only. No flowers. Aloha attire.      [Adv 7/7/2002]

 

NAOMI KAHOLO MAKUA , 53, of Waimanalo, died July 22, 2002. Born in Kona, Hawai'i. Formerly employed by Rocky Road Products. Survived by husband, Gilbert; children, Puanani Torres, Napua Kepa, Mahealani Makua, Manulani Makua and Kaipo Makua; seven grandchildren; mother, Dinah Delpino; brother, Fred Delpino; sister, Beverly Wagner. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service noon. Burial at Hawaii State Veteran's Cemetery. Aloha attire.    [Adv 27/7/2002]

 

RUBEN A.W. MAKUA, 66, of Honolulu, died Aug. 29, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A security guard with the state of Hawai'i. Survived by brothers, James "Kimo" and Ronald; stepbrother, Daniel Pililaau Jr.; aunt, Violet "Hinano" Makua. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Oahu Cemetery chapel; service 10 a.m. Scattering of ashes 8 a.m. Sunday fronting Duke's, Outrigger Hotel. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.      [Adv 5/9/2002]

 

WILLIAM MALUO MAKUA , 82, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died July 9, 2002. Born in Mountain View, Hawai'i. A custodian retired from the County of Hawai'i, Department of Parks and Recreation. Survived by wife, Gloria; daughter, Mary; sister, Mary Rapana; three grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday at the mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial at Alae Cemetery, Hilo. Casual attire.      [Adv 12/7/2002]

 

MARIE MAKUAKANE, 78, of Waimanalo, died Oct. 30, 2002. Born in Philadelphia, Pa. A supervisor retired from Security Title Corporation. Survived by husband, William; son, Patrick; daughter, Pattie Del Rosario. Scattering of ashes at a later date. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.  [Adv 10/11/2002]

 

The Rev. Peni Malafu, 92, of Kihei, Maui, a retired minister for the Makawao Free Church of Tonga, died Wednesday Jul 31, 2002 at home. He was born in Tonga. He is survived by son Kepueli; daughter Ofa Koka; brother Pilitati; sisters Ana Fokilelei, Finau Malafu and Mele Taufa; 17 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Visitation: all night Thursday at Kahului First Assembly of God Family Life Center. Call after 5 p.m. Services: 9 a.m. Friday at the center. Burial: 10:30 a.m. at Maui Memorial Park, Garden of Meditation.     [SB 6/8/2002]

 

FRANCILLA ANTONIA "JANET" MALAKA, 58, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Aug. 31, 2002. Born in Trinidad. A member of Big Island Care Home Association. Survived by husband, Matthew; daughters, Charlene Malaka and Sherie McMillan; parents, Ralph and Phyllis Deleon; sisters, Edris Deleon, Clara Deleon and Carmelita Deleon; brother, Patrick Deleon; a grandson. Visitation 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 11:15 a.m. Burial at Homelani Memorial Park, Hilo. Casual attire.      [Adv 5/9/2002]

 

FAITH IONALANI and HOPE IONA MALAKI, infant twin daughters of Hale Jr. and Landan Malaki of Nanakuli, died June 12, 2002. Also survived by brothers, Matthew and David; Hale Sr. and Linda Malaki and Julian Sr. and JoAnn Raposa. Service 9 a.m. Thursday at Nanakuli Ranch; scattering of ashes 11 a.m. off Zablan Beach. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.     [Adv 29/6/2002]

 

KEVIN "HOKU" MALAQUI, 42, of Ha'iku, Maui, died June 9, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Served in the U.S. Navy as a satellite communications operator and radio man. Survived by wife, Chita; daughter, Sara; father, Gilbert; brothers, Kyle and Hanalei "Hana"; sisters, Charmaine Wallace and Gigi Won. Visitation 9 to 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Hawaiian Protestant Church; service 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at the church cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.       [Adv 14/6/2002]

 

Jaime Rivera Malasig, 77, of Kihei, Maui, an employee for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. and the Grand Wailea, died last Wednesday Jan 16, 2002 at home. He was born in the Philippines. He is survived by wife Isabel; sons Gil, Roger, Jr., Sam, Victor and Leo; daughters Julie, Connie and Vergie; sisters Emiliana Malasig, Primitiva Agcaoilo, Cresencia Baculpo, Hermana Lanuzo, Leonida Pascua-Agustin, Prisca Lamog, Taciana Sula and Juanita Rivera; and 19 grandchildren. Wake service: 7 p.m. Friday at St. Theresa's Church. Call 6-9 p.m. Mass: 7:30 a.m. Saturday at the church. Burial: Maui Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [SB 23/1/2002]

 

Adela Maldonado-Heitman, 79, of Lake Isabella, Calif., formerly of Hawaii, a retired bartender, died April 15, 2002 in Lake Isabella. She was born in Hawaii. She is survived by sisters Elizabeth Segunda Bumanglag and Flora Namauu; daughters Joann Maldonado-Anderson and Barbara Heitman-Wilde; sons Richard, Dale and Eddie; grand and great-grandchildren. Services to be held in California.   [SB 26/4/2002]

 

MARIANO "EYONG" LAMORENA MALGANA, 68, of Kapolei, died Feb. 17, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Retired New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel dishwasher. Survived by wife, Maria; daughters, Charito Parado, Clarita Arciosa, Eliza Edralin, Ofelia Lapitan, Merlita Vellafuerte, Nora Caba and Jessica; son, Alberto; sisters, Lolita Daroy and Juliana Marcelo; brother, Johnny; 21 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Burial 10 a.m. Saturday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.  [Adv 4/3/2002]

 

THONGSA MALIMATH, 62, of Honolulu, died March 15, 2002. Born in Laos. Survived by wife, Done Sayapheth; daughter, Phethsamay; stepsons, Phane, Phane and Othai Sayapheth; six step-grandchildren. Visitation 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 19/3/2002]

 

Kenneth William Mallion, 47, of Honokaa, Hawaii, died last Monday Dec 2, 2002 at home. He was born in Canada. He is survived by parents Jean and Bill and sisters Janis Walholm and Victoria Mallion. Services pending.    [SB 09/12/2002]

 

SISTER ELLEN JOAN MALONE, CSJ, 86, of St. Paul, Minn., died Jan. 1, 2002. She served in Hawai'i for 24 years. Involved in the FAST Science Program specializing in Hawaiian water systems and a member of the Hawai'i Science Teacher's Association, she taught at St. Theresa, Holy Trinity and St. Anthony Schools and was later in charge of the Kailua parish's computer bookkeeping system. She was an accomplished baker, enjoyed introducing visitors to Hanauma Bay and was known for her colorful "ribbon" mobiles. She retired to the Carondelet community's retirement center in Minnesota in 1991.      [Adv 10/1/2002]

 

JILL YVONNE MALOOF, 47, of Kea'au, Hawai'i, died Nov. 25, 2002. Born in Stockholm, Sweden. Proprietress of Tradewind Orchids. Survived by husband, Brooks; daughters, Haunani and Savannah; mother, Eiwor Rydestad; nieces and nephews; cousins. Private service held. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.    [Adv 28/11/2002]

 

ANGELINE MARINA MALTERRE, 83, of Waipahu, died Sept. 5, 2002. Born in Pearl City. Retired Department of Education teacher. Survived by sons, Harold and Ernest; daughter, Constance Murphy; brother, George Ornellas; sister, Matilda Pacheco; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 11/9/2002]

 

ALICE M. MAMIYA, 84, of Honolulu, died April 20, 2002. Born in Waipahu. A secretary retired from the diocesan offices of the Episcopal Church. Survived by daughter, Peggy Martin; brother, Osamu Ito; sister, Betty Sakaguchi; two grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 26/4/2002]

 

John Iwao "Iwa" Mamiya, 91, of Honolulu, a retired Honolulu Fire Department captain, died Nov. 18, 2002 in Queen's Medical Center. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Eloise; son Robert; daughters Melba Jezierski, Wanda Takemoto, Bridgette Boyd and Sandra Miranda; five grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Private services.     [SB 28/11/2002]

 

Martin J. Mammen, 97, of Kahului, a retired tool and die maker at Boeing Corp., died March 7, 2002 in Hale Makua, Wailuku. He was born in Minnesota. He is survived by caretakers Roy Okuda and Marsha Okuda. No services.   [SB 21/3/2002]

 

JANET S. MANA , 88, of Mililani, died July 1, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughters, Charlotte; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Ronald Kanda; sisters, Satono Hayashibara and Toshiko Yonemoto. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.       [Adv 13/7/2002]

 

MITSUGI BENJAMIN "BEN" MANABE, 79, Honolulu, died Jan. 24, 2002. Born in Lihu'e, Kaua'i. A chartered life underwriter for Transamerica Life/Occidental. Survived by wife, Mary; sons, Thomas and Kerry; daughter, Nora Arai and Judy Kobayashi; three grandchildren. Visitation 3 p.m. Tuesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 4 p.m. Private inurnment at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Casual attire.    [Adv 9/2/2002]

 

GAYLE NAOMI MANAGO, 41, of 'Aiea, died Oct. 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Dr. Neil; daughters, Gerilyn and Erin; son, Matthew; parents, Herbert and Mary Yoshinaga; brother, Clarke Yoshinaga; grandparents, Harry and Kameyo Yoshinaga. Visitation 3:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday at St. Alban's Chapel, Iolani School; service 5 p.m. Inurnment 2 p.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 31/10/2002]

 

PETRA M. MANAGO, 86, of Hale'iwa, died Feb. 23, 2002. Born in Hilo. Retired from the Navy Exchange. Survived by son, Thomas Sr.; seven grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Josephine Carvalho and Rita Palahang. Visitation 9 a.m. Thursday at Sts. Peter and Paul Mission, Waimea; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.  [Adv 4/3/2002]

 

DAVID "UNCLE DAVID" KALANI MANAKU , 84, of Mililani, died June 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from AAFES Maintenance. Survived by wife, Evelyn "Lynn"; daughters, Nani Cortez, Patty Kindrick, Sandy Pomazal, Kealoha Manaku and Zina Valencia; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.     [Adv 7/6/2002]

 

JAIME CASTRO MANERA SR., 58, of Kapolei, died June 6, 2002. Born in Dingras, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Pastor for Jesus Cares Ministries. Survived by wife, Gloria; sons, Jaime Jr., James and Joey; daughters, Grace Mercado and Glory Abad; parents, Bonifacio and Rosario Manera; brothers, Efren, Ferdinand and Edwin; sisters, Consolacion Coma, Delia Pasion, Neyte Manera and Edna Manding; 14 grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 6:30 p.m. Overnight vigil after 9 p.m. at Jesus Cares Ministries Church, 94-315 Leonui St. Visitation also 9 a.m. Saturday at the Mauka Chapel; service 9 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.    [Adv 30/6/2002]

 

MARIA SELGA MANGROBANG, 67, of 'Ewa Beach, died Sept. 7, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Retired local mu'umu'u manufacturer seamstress. Survived by sons, Marvin and Nelson; brothers, Mauro, Federico Sr. and Braulio Selga; sister, Feliza Ancheta; two grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at St. John the Baptist Church; Mass 10:30 a.m.; burial noon at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 16/9/2002]

 

KEOKI EUGENE MANLEY, 41, of Wahiawa, died March 9, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. Survived by parents, Hibbert and Brunhilde Manley; brothers, Kekoa, Kimo and Kanui; sister, Silvia Koch. Service and scattering of ashes 11 a.m. Saturday at Kawela Bay. Call 622-4979 for directions. Casual attire.     [Adv 17/3/2002]

 

JOHN MORTON MANNING, 56, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Dec. 20, 2002. Born in Stuttgart, Ark. A Vietnam veteran. No known survivors. Service 2 p.m. Friday at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.     [Adv 12/01/2003]

 

HELEN LILIA KEALOHA MANOA , 70, died Sept. 21, 2002. Born in Keanae, Maui. Employed at the Hawaiiana Hotel in Waikiki. Survived by brother, William; sisters, Alice Leval and Leinaala Bothelho. Celebration of life from 10 a.m. tomorrow at Nakamura Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; reception to follow; burial 2 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park, Roselani Garden. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.     [Adv 27/9/2002]

 

ALFONSO CORPUZ MANUEL, 74, of Kahului, Maui, died Sept. 24, 2002. Retired from Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. Survived by wife, Consolation; sons, Orlino and Wellfredo Ericita, and Victor; daughters, Elynor Ericita and Miranda Domingo; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother, Alfred. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at St. Anthony Church; Kahului; prayer service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. Saturday at the church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park Ka'ahumanu Garden. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.     [Adv 09/10/2002]

 

ANGEL SIMEON MANUEL, 80, of Honolulu, died Jan. 11, 2002. Born in Laoag City, Philippines. Survived by wife, Angela; sons, Jose, Artemio and Eduardo; daughter, Myrna Siarot; 17 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Anthony's Church, Kalihi, Mass 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.     [Adv 11/2/2002]

 

ANTONIO "ANTON" ALOG MANUEL , 106, of Wai'anae, died Aug. 20, 2002. Born in Angadanan, Isabela, Philippines. Survived by daughters, Lucrecia Donato, Romana Centeno, Guadalupe Sarceda, Elena "Nena" Cardona, Erlinda Sarceda, Virginia Aronce, Visitacion Balut, Melanie Castanaga and Milagros Banda; son, Henry; 27 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary mauka chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 9:45 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 1/9/2002]

 

EDMUND MANUEL, 65, of Kahului, Maui, died Jan. 31, 2002. Retired auto mechanic. Survived by wife, Phyllis; sons, Edmund, Timothy and Mark; daughter, Deborah; 11 grandchildren; eight grandchildren; sister, Ellen DeFrang. Visitation 5 p.m. Friday at Nakamura Mortuary, Maui; service 7 p.m. Casual attire.     [Adv 6/2/2002]

 

WENDELL SEBASTIAN MANUEL , 19, of Waipahu, died March 3, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by parents, Reynoldo and Artemia; sister, Aileen; grandparents, Jaime and Fermina and Francisca Sebastian. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 to 11:15 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church; Mass 11:15 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.    [Adv 19/3/2002]

 

KELEPI MANUOFETOA, 61, of Kailua, Kona, Hawai'i, died Oct. 14, 2002. Born in Vavau, Tonga. A Tonga vegetable farm owner/farmer. Survived by wife, Auhamgamea Pupou; sons, Inoke, Sione and Heneli; daughters, Elisapeta Fukofuka, Tilia Kava, and Ulukilupetea Haunga; brothers, Punou Cemetery Fua'atonga, Sione, Tonga, Tu'akalau, Siosilia and Ma'ulotu; sisters, Akanesi Lapuka, Katea, Ane Folau, Nehusita Fainga'a and Keinanga. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Kona United Methodist Church; service 6 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the church; service 9 a.m.; burial 10 a.m. at Kona Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home.    [Adv 24/10/2002]

 

SUSANA LEPOLO MANUTAHI, 81, of Honolulu, died Oct. 13, 2002. Born in Niutoua, Tonga. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Ofakiululua Vi Manutahi and Kilioni Holonesi Prescott; 12 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at First United Methodist Church; service 6 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. Friday at the church; service 9 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Greenhaven Memorial Park. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.

 

JUNE OKUDARA MANUWA, 60, of Honolulu, died Sept. 14, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. A bar manager. Survived by sons, Michael and Randy; daughter, Kehaulani; father, James Okudara; brothers, Larry, Dennis, Thomas and Francis Okudara; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. Saturday at United Gospel Fellowship Church, Mililani; service 11 a.m. No flowers. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 26/9/2002]

 

GERTRUDO JUNSAY MANZANO, 93, of Honolulu, died Jan. 26, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Retired Hickam Air Force Base plumber. Survived by wife, Lucy; son, Thomas; daughter, Sister Marie Dominic; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; brothers, Cosme and Pastor. Visitation 10:15 a.m. Monday at Our Lady of the Mount Church; Mass 11:15 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.       [Adv 30/1/2002]

 

MAGDALENA CRUZ MANZANO, 72, of Wahiawa, died Sept. 11, 2002. Born in San Narciso, Zambales, Philippines. Employed at Marian's Catering. Survived by husband, Patricio; sons, Irenio, Robert, Salvador, Edmund and Patricio Jr.; daughters, Gemina Morales, Perlita Robinson, Franny Alcazar, Aida Camantang, Erna Martin and Maria Manzano; 33 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers, Alejandro, Benjamin, Florencio and Remegio Dela Cruz; sisters, Ermelinda Cueva, Virginia Ferido and Aurora Ladiero. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m. Monday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 26/9/2002]

 

RAYMOND MANZANO, 89, of Wahiawa, died July 21, 2002. Born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Retired owner of Raymond's Barber Shop, Wahiawa Shopping Center. Survived by wife, Trinidad "Irene"; daughters, LaVerne Maples Bishop and Joycelyn Manzano; three grandchildren; two great-grandsons. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church; Mass 11 a.m. Burial at Mililani Memorial Park. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 28/7/2002]

 

TEOFILO GARQUE MANZANO, 93, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died June 22, 2002. Born in Ilocos Sur, Philippines. A harvesting supervisor for Puna Plantation and cook at Pohakuloa Training Center. Survived by sons, Edward and Eugene; daughters, Angela Tagalicod and Alicia Manzano; 11 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10 a.m. Friday; service 10 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Homelani Memorial Park Cemetery. Casual attire.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

LAULAUGA MAO , 99, of Waipahu, died April 8, 2002. Born in American Samoa. Member of Good Samaritan Church. Survived by daughter, Tina Wilkerson; son, Faimalo; 28 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 1:30 p.m. at Sunset Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 12/4/2002]

 

Joseph Mara Jr., 50, of Waianae, died Monday in Waianae. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by mother Beatrice; son Isaac Hoopai; daughters Janell Hoopai and Marylyn Colon; brothers Bruce, Alan, Dale and Brian; sister Chasity; and nine grandchildren. Private services.    [SB 29/11/2002]

 

LARRY MARAMBA 53, of Wai'anae, died May 11, 2002. Born in Captain Cook, Hawai'i. Survived by wife, Linda; sons, Gene, Stephen, Larry and Mark; daughter, Salena Martin; brothers, Patrick, Miguel "Mike" and Jesus; sisters, Marilyn Basa, Anna Maddox, Christine Shaver, Cheryl Rocha, Elizabeth Cabane and Monica Belford; 14 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Mauka Chapel; memorial service 7 p.m. Casual attire.     [Adv 3/6/2002]

 

SHERRY ANN KEHAUNANI MARANAN, 41, of Waimamalo, died Dec. 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A cashier at Sea Life Park. Survived by husband, Nathan Sr.; son, Nathan Jr.; daughter, Staysha; father, William Tabar Sr.; brothers, William Jr., Jerome, Vernon and Jason Tabar. Visitation 9 a.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 1 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.     [Adv 05/01/2003]

 

SOS MARAS, 75, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died March 9, 2002. Born in Moen, Chuuk. Retired director of health services in Chuuk. Survived by wife, Murako; sons, Someng, Martin, Nixon, Sosten, Mickson, Rickson and Maio; daughters, Fabiola Nethon, Mafuni Henry, Sosia Maras and Mickleen Maras; brothers, Tachio Achew and Kan Achew; sister, Ensa Dawe; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services to be finalized in Chuuk at a later date. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.     [Adv 17/3/2002]

 

RICHARD T. MARASCO, 66, of Hono-lulu, died Oct. 22, 2002. Born in Middletown, N.Y. Survived by companion, Lawrence Rasmussen; brother, Joseph; nephew, Paul; niece, Anne Marie Arenstein. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.      [Adv 25/10/2002]

 

MIGUEL JOSE MARCELINO, 87, of Kapa'a, Kaua'i, died Feb. 12, 2002. Born in the Philippines. A laborer for Holmes and Narvar. Survived by wife, Erlinda; son, Ferdinand "Fredie"; two grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 9:45 a.m. Thursday at St. Catherine's Church; Mass 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Kilauea Public Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary. [Adv 15/2/2002]

 

KATHERINE MARCELLA, 81, of Kailua, died June 27, 2002. Born in 'Aiea. Castle Medical Center and 'Iolani Palace volunteer. Survived by daughters, Angela Avicolli and Stel Brandlin; a grandson. Memorial service 8:30 a.m. Friday at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Kailua; inurnment 10 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 2/7/2002]

 

FRANK PETER MARCHI, 78, of Koloa, Kaua'i, died Feb. 17, 2002. Born in Oakland, Calif. Proprietor of Paradise Seafood Grill and Produce. Survived by wife, Elaine; son, Paul; daughter, Claudette Hirano; sister, Ange Lateana; four grandchildren. Visitation from 9 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary chapel, Koloa; service 10 a.m. Private scattering of ashes at a later date.Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kauai Mortuary.   [Adv 21/2/2002]

 

HERMAN JOSEPH MARCIEL SR. , 88, of Kailua, died July 6, 2002. Born in Makawao, Maui. Retired assistant postmaster for Kailua Post Office. Survived by sons, Herman Jr. and Richard; sister, Marie Cabrinha; brother James Sr.; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Anthony's Church, Kailua; Mass noon. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.      [Adv 972002]

 

Minnie  Adeline Coelho Marciel, retired cafeteria manager for Punahou School, died March 20, 2002 in Hale Ho Aloha Intermediate Care Facility. She was 86. Marciel was born in Honolulu and worked at Punahou for more than 20 years as a dormitory cook and cafeteria manager. For 15 years, she coordinated food preparation for the school's annual carnival. Marciel was the mother of former St. Louis School football coach Ronald Marciel and Honolulu Advertiser sales manager Robert Marciel. Minnie Marciel also is survived by her daughter, Dorothy Allinson; sister, Adele Garcia; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30-9 a.m. Tuesday at Star of the Sea, Mass 9 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Donations may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Hawaii Chapter, 825 Keeaumoku St. #208A, Honolulu, HI 96814.         [Adv 28/3/2002]

 

ALFRED TADEUSZ MARCIN, 77, of Kailua, died May 8, 2002. Born in Boston, Mass. An executive recruiter for the aerospace industry. Survived by sister, Sophie Gilbert. Service and scattering of ashes 1 p.m.Saturday at Lanikai Beach Park. Access at Kaiolena Drive. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 23/5/2002]

 

Stanley Marcus, whose name has been synonymous with high-dollar retailing and extravagant gifts for nearly a century, died yesterday Jan 22, 2002 at 96.  The chairman emeritus of Neiman Marcus was hospitalized Sunday and died with family members at his side, a spokeswoman for Stanley Marcus Consultancy said. Marcus long had been hailed as the last bastion of the day of the Merchant Prince. His philosophy was simple: "I do believe the best is discernible to the observant eye." Walter Loeb, publisher of the Loeb Retail Letter, said Marcus created a standard "for quality and dignity" that still exists for Neiman Marcus shoppers who expect the highest level of service and couture. "He had such an eye for fashion," Loeb said. "Today we've lost an icon and patriarch in the business." Marcus' father, aunt and uncle founded Neiman Marcus in 1907 in downtown Dallas. Marcus graduated from Harvard University in 1925 and received his master's degree in business administration from Harvard's business school a year later. In 1926, at age 21, Marcus took over as the company's secretary, treasurer and director. Eventually, he retired from the company in 1975 with the title chairman emeritus. Early Neiman Marcus customers included cowboys, Indians and women from rural outposts in Texas where the land had yielded oil. In the 1920s, the store was the first to offer personalized gift wrapping for customers and created the first weekly retail fashion show in the country. In 1960, it also started a Christmas tradition of exotic his and her gifts, which continues today. The catalog first began in 1915. Neiman Marcus was the first retail apparel store outside New York to advertise in national fashion magazines. Vogue magazine in 1953 described the store as "Texas with a French accent." The company's "his and her" category debuted in 1960s with a pair of Beechcraft airplanes. Over the years, the store touted pairs of submarines, camels, Egyptian mummy cases and Spangled Cats. Today, Neiman Marcus has 32 stores nationwide, from Honolulu to Beverly Hills, Calif., to Boston. Marcus was founder-trustee of the Stanley and Linda Marcus Foundation, which benefits endeavors of art and culture. In 1974, he wrote the best seller "Minding the Store: A Memoir."      [Adv 23/1/2002]

 

GREGANN MARDIKIAN , 39, of Kalaoa, Kona, Hawai'i, died May 19, 2002. Born in Delano, Calif. A homemaker. Survived by husband, James Dunlevy; parents, Gregory and Ann Mardikian; brother, Archie; sister, Dana Brazil. Graveside service 10 a.m. today at Kona Memorial Park in Holualoa. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Kona.   [Adv 24/5/2002]

 

STEPHEN MARDONADA, 61, of Honolulu, died March 12, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A woodcarver and carpenter. Survived by sons, Stephen and Anthony; daughters, M. Kealoha Medeiros-Sabedong, Georgina Failautusi and Raimie; 12 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Robert Riveira; sisters, Yvonne Graham, Stephanie Riveira, Barbara Ahlo-Martin, Thelma Dickerson-Lindsey, Wilma Ciarrocchi, Marion Sanchez, Janet Shires and Sandra Kahoana. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 7 p,m.; cremation to follow. Private scattering of ashes. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 16/3/2002]

 

AXION-EDWARD KALEO'OKALANI MARIA and ALIZAYAH-EDWIN KEALA'OKALANI MARIA, infant twin sons of Tennille and Edward Maria of Wai'anae, died Sept. 13, 2002. Also survived by sisters, Ariel, Auzia and Adyssey; brother, Jonah Baltazar-Shimabukuro; grandparents, Daniel and Georgette Kahao and Ronald and Mabel Maria; great-grandparents, Delphina Maria and Beatrice Kahao. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. tomorrow at Nanakuli Door of Faith Mission; service 11 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Nanakuli Homestead Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 19/9/2002]

 

HAROLD ARTHUR JAMES MARIANI SR., 61, Hanapepe, Kaua'i, died Feb. 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. President of Mariani's Auto Body Inc. Survived by wife, Deborah; daughters, Rose Silva, Marie Damasco and Cherie Rudolph; son, Harold Jr.; sisters, Emily Nazario and Leatrice Perons; stepdaughters, Darie Relacion, Danielle and Dawn Michioka; 15 grandchildren. Private service at a later date. Arrangements by Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary.   [Adv 28/2/2002]

 

GENOVEVA LADISLA MARIANO, 82, of Kapolei, died Feb. 14, 2002. Born in Iloilo City, Philippines. Survived by daughters, Elsie Botanes, Aida Mariano; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sisters, Esperanza Zaragosa and Phoebe Fajardo. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 28 at Makakilo Baptist church; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 10 a.m. March 2 at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.  [Adv 18/2/2002]

 

JOHN L. MARIANO SR ., 65, of Honolulu, died July 8, 2002. Born in Laie. Employee of Gate Gourmet Inc. Survived by wife, Melba; stepmother, Leona; sons, John Jr., Jomar and Jack; daughters, Nancy, Juliet, Jessica, Joy, Jennifer, Ethel and Sandra; brothers, Catalino Jr., Henry and Larry; sisters, Mary Antonina, Sally Veronica and Dolores; grandchildren; great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at St. Philomena Church; service 7 p.m.; cremation to follow. No flowers. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.       [Adv 13/7/2002]

 

Edna Marini, 83, of Kahului, a retired seamstress, died Thursday Jan 31, 2002 in Hale Makua, Kahului. She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. She is survived by sons Dennis, Joseph and James; sister Ethel Tarrats; and three grandchildren. Private services to be held.      [SB 3/2/2002]

 

PROCESA "MARY" MARINO , 84, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died April 15, 2002. Born on Kaua'i. Wife of the late Salvador Dado Marino. Survived by sisters, Loretta Rego and Mercy Mata; 21 grandchildren; 54 great-grandchildren; 36 great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service noon; burial 1:45 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.  [Adv 28/4/2002]

 

Vickie Marino, who with husband Vinny moved from New York and helped found and run the Habilitat substance abuse treatment center in Kaneohe, died yesterday Nov 28, 2002 at home after a bout with cancer. Marino, 61, had been executive director of the organization since Vinny Marino became ill with cancer and died in 2000. "She has always been beside Mr. Marino," said Joe Duavit, a family spokesman. Duavit, a former patient who now works at Habilitat, says the couple treated the patients as family, and that accounts for their success. "She knew each and every one of us as we knew her," he said. "She was like our mom. That was just the way she ran the program." Habilitat began in a two-bedroom Kailua house in 1970, and the program moved to the former Biegelow estate on Kaneohe Bay in 1972. At its peak there was a second Habilitat on the Kaneohe State Hospital grounds. Currently the program, which combines vocational training and rehabilitative therapy, has between 92 and 98 patients, Duavit said. Habilitat is also involved in construction and landscaping. Twenty-nine years ago, Vickie Marino spearheaded the Christmas tree distribution operation, which has grown into one of the largest in the state. Danny Katada, Habilitat's area director, who has been with the organization since 1976, has taken over day-to-day operations, Duavit said. Marino is survived by daughters Victoria and Lila; a grandchild; and siblings Frank, Annette, Louis, Rita and Joseph. Services are pending.     [SB 29/11/2002]

 

VICTORIA M. MARINO, 62, of Kane'ohe, died Nov. 28, 2002. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. Executive director of Habilitat. Survived by daughters, Lila and Vickie; granddaughter, Alicia; brothers and sisters, Frank, Annette, Louis, Rita and Joseph. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. Visitation also 11:15 to 11:45 a.m. Tuesday at St. Ann Catholic Church; Mass 11:45 a.m.; burial to follow at Hawaiian Memorial Park. No flowers; donations to Habilitat, P.O. Box 801, Kane'ohe, HI 96744.   [Adv 05/12/2002]

 

HENRY QUONG CHEE MARK, 90, of Honolulu and Kapolei, died Aug. 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Chock Pang Clinic. Survived by son, Clyde; daughter, Lea-Ann Shima-bukuro; brothers, George and Charles; sister, Lena Hung; four grandchildren. Service held. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.    [Adv 29/8/2002]

 

DOROTHY MARY MARKS, 95, of Kapa'a, Kaua'i, died May 10, 2002. Born in Connecticut. A homemaker. Survived by niece, Joan Obrien; nieces and nephews. Service at a later date. Arrangements by Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary.  [Adv 15/5/2002]

 

ROSE MARIE MARKS, 73, of Kane'ohe, died Dec. 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Robert; daughters, Roberta Marks, Vernie Panee and Lori Costa; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sister, Loretta Herrick. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Kane'ohe; service noon. Private burial. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 14/12/2002]

 

Wayland C. Marlow, 70, of Kihei, Maui, a scientist manager for Lockheed, Perkin-Elmer, United Technologies and Trex Enterprises, died Sept. 28, 2002 in Kihei. He was born in Schenectady, N.Y. He is survived by wife Jessica H.; sons Michael D. Marlow and Christopher W. Searls; daughters Deborah J. Marlow, Kimberly S. McClanahan, Jennifer L. Schwarz and Susan M. Giroux; 10 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Services: 9 a.m. Thursday at Kamaole Beach in Kihei. Donations suggested to Hospice of Maui, 400 Mahalani St., Wailuku, HI 96793.   [SB 08/10/2002]

 

Hedy Marmorstein, 81, of Honolulu, died Tuesday Dec 31, 2002 in Honolulu. She was born in Austria. She is survived by son Henry S., daughter Wilma S. Perskin, three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services: 12:30 p.m. Monday at Temple Emanu-El, 2550 Pali Highway. Call after noon. Burial: 2 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park Cemetery.   [SB 04/01/2003]

 

FEDERICO GABAY MARQUEZ, 76, of Waipahu, died Nov. 16, 2002. Born in Tarlac, Philippines. A member of the Filipino United Church of Christ. Survived by wife, Rebecca; daughters, Joanne and Joy; son, Jesus; brothers, Joe, Simon and Refoldo; sister, Fedila Bocobo; two grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary mauka chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation 9 to 9:45 a.m. Friday at Filipino United Church of Christ; service 9:45 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 28/11/2002]

 

JOSE MAHOR MARQUEZ, 81, of Waipahu, died Jan. 14, 2002. Born in Badoc, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Member of Badoc-Pinili Association. survived by wife, Florentina; sons, Elpidio and Daniel; daughters, Irene Pagal; Josefina Fagaragan, Salome Moscoso and Lydia Caparra; brothers, Eugenio and Ricarte; sisters, Rosaria Africa and Susana Salviejo; 13 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 9:30 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.     [Adv 21/1/2002]

 

Robert "Bobby" Marquez, 58, of Kohala, Hawaii, a Mauna Kea Beach Hotel groundskeeper of 34 years, died Saturday Dec 21, 2002 in Queen's Medical Center. He was born on Oahu. He is survived by wife Pamela "Pam"; sons Kyle, Robin, Bryson and Wylan; daughters Jodie Cacoulidis and Sharnell and Amber Marquez; brothers Alexander, Richard, Joe, Calvin and Abel; and seven grandchildren. Services: 4 p.m. Monday at Kamehameha Schools chapel, Kapalama Heights. Additional services: 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 4 at Sacred Hearts Church in Hawi, Kohala. Scattering of ashes at a later date. Aloha attire. No flowers.     [SB 27/12/2002]

 

ELENA MARIA MARSELLA, 88, of Kailua, formerly of Portsmouth, N.H.; Dominican Republic, Panama, and Gilbert and Ellis islands (Kiribati), died March 13, 2002. Born in Providence, R.I. Author (including "Quest for Eden"), pianist, teacher, member of the first National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is, Hawaiian Islands; and former Baha'i counsellor, Northeast Asia. Survived by nieces and nephews. Graveside service 3:45 p.m. today at Hawaiian Memorial Park, Baha'i Garden of Light section. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 16/3/2002]

 

MARY IONE MARSHALL, 84, of Keauhou, Kona, Hawai'i, died Feb. 19, 2002. Born in Kansas City, Kan. Retired accountant. Survived by daughter, mary Schwartz; grandson, Joseph Schwartz. Private service. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Kona.   [Adv 1/3/2002]

 

ICASIANO "MARTY" IGONIGON MARTELINO, 75, of Kane'ohe, died Dec. 21, 2002. Born in the Philippines. A journeyman mechanic retired from Honolulu Ford. Survived by wife, Mokihana; daughter, Melinda Alexander; two grandsons; brothers, Francisco and Constantino IgonIgon; sister, Dionisia Ibutnandi. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [Adv 03//01/2003]

 

Dolores Martin, a pioneer of the modern Democratic Party in Hawai'i, died Saturday in Honolulu after suffering a stroke.  Martin, an advocate for Democrats at a time when women were not very welcome in politics and Hawai'i was dominated by Republicans, was 93.  The daughter of Lahaina butcher and Postmaster Antone Furtado, one of the few Demo-crats in town, and a Hawaiian woman who was a schoolteacher, Martin was at the heart of the 1954 Democratic revolution and the drive for statehood.  As Democratic national committeewoman from 1956 to 1964, she was one of the attractive faces of Hawai'i on national television coverage of the presidential conventions, and it was from her that many national Democratic leaders gained their impressions of the Territory.  When U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy came to the governor's mansion at Washington Place a few years ago during a campaign swing for local candidates, he looked around the room and asked, "Where is Dolores Martin?"  Told that Martin didn't get out much, Kennedy asked for a telephone and called her. They talked for 15 minutes while all the other Democrats stood waiting, said Martin's son, Watters Martin Jr.  She was a longtime close friend of the late U.S. Rep. Patsy Mink, and of Mink's husband, John, who yesterday described Martin as "a driving force in the Democratic Party during its early formative years, and deeply involved and highly recognized on both the local and national level, particularly during the Kennedy-Johnson era.  "She served all of her party functions well, and she managed to do the things she did without causing any animosity," John Mink said.  Martin attended The Priory, graduated from Punahou in 1928, and then attended Woodbury Business College in Los Angeles. She returned to Hawai'i to work for her father in the Lahaina Post Office, then in the law firm of William Heen in Honolulu.  She met and married ardent Alabama-born Democrat activist Watters Martin, a used car dealer, and became his partner and then successor after his death in family real-estate investments, which included property in the heart of Lahaina, as well as in Waikiki.  She was a member of the Daughters and Sons of Hawaiian Warriors, of 'Ahahui Ka'ahumanu Chapter 1, of Daughters of Hawai'i, and of the Ladies Oriental Court of North America, Hawaii Court No. 60.  In 1991 she endowed a merit scholarship at Punahou with a gift of a $1.6 million Waikiki property to the school.  Martin is survived by her son, Watters O. Martin Jr.; daughter, Mahealani Riley; brother, Richard Furtado; sister, Gertrude Berger; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  A funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Kawaiaha'o Church; friends may call from 9 to 10:30 a.m. [Adv 22/11/2002]

 

Dolores Martin, who was among the leaders of the Democratic Party in Hawaii when it came to power in 1954 through statehood, died last Saturday Nov 16, 1001 in the Queen's Medical Center after suffering a stroke earlier this month. She was 93. Martin was Hawaii's Democratic national committeewoman from 1956 through 1964, served as one of four electors from Hawaii who cast ballots for President Lyndon B. Johnson, and helped organize local support for John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy in their bids for president. She also ran unsuccessfully for the state Senate in 1966. "She worked for social and economic changes to the Democrat Party, which our family felt was the only way there could be changes in the early days of the Territory of Hawaii," said son Watters O. Martin Jr. Her father A.D. Furtado, a butcher, helped start the Democratic Party on Maui, where Martin was raised. Her mother was a schoolteacher. Martin Jr. said his mother's family came from a plantation town and understood the value of education. They sent her to Honolulu at age 9 to go to school. She graduated from Punahou in 1928 and attended Woodbury Business College in Los Angeles. Martin later endowed a merit scholarship at Punahou with the donation of a $1.6 million Waikiki property, said Martin Jr., who noted the endowment pays tuition for 12 students. Martin married Watters O. Martin, a used-car dealer whom she met when he sold her a car. He was raised a Democrat in Alabama. Martin Jr. said the assassination of Robert Kennedy was one of the reasons his mother withdrew from national politics. "She was heartbroken when that happened because she knew the Kennedys," he said. But she remained active in Hawaiian issues and was involved in the Protect Kahoolawe Ohana and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Martin Jr. said his mother voted absentee in the last election and was disappointed by the lack of voter turnout, especially among the children of plantation families. "She found that hard to understand because people have forgotten what it was like," Martin Jr. said. "They (the early Democrats in Hawaii) struggled so hard." Besides Martin Jr., she is survived by daughter Mahealani Riley, brother Richard Furtado, sister Gertrude Berger, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Kawaiaha'o Church. Call after 9 a.m.      [SB 23/11/2002]

 

DOMINGO S. "DHAY" MARTIN , 51, of Waipahu, died May 28, 2002. Born in the Philippines. An electrician for the state and commercial industry. Survived by wife, Linda; sons, Christopher and Chris Joseph; daughter, Christina; stepdaughter, Danielle Cerilo. Service 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 1/6/2002]

 

DOROTHY MARIE PERALTO MARTIN, 79, of Acworth, Ga., formerly of Hilo, died Aug. 15, 2002. Born in Hilo. A homemaker. Survived by daughter, Maria Albano; sisters, Thelma Kidd, Mildred Bronco, Sally Patinio, Norma Fergustrom and Nina Kamehaiku; granddaughters, Brittany and Kaitlyn Albano. Mass 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church; burial at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 1. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.   [Adv 19/8/2002]

 

GUY JOSEPH "BULLY" MARTIN, 49, of Kailua, died Jan. 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A city automotive department employee, Kapa'a Quarry. Survived by wife, Debra; sons, Guy Jr. and Nathan "Keola"; one grandson; brothers, George "Didi," Gregory "Tony" and Isaac; sisters, Danette "Sweetheart" Galdeira, Deborah Paris, Darlene Johns and Drusilla Johansen. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; inurnment 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 14/1/2002]

 

TONY J. "KIMO" MARTIN JR., 39, of Honolulu, died Sept. 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by father, Tony Sr.; brothers, Dean and Baron; nephews, Nainoa and Kaleo. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m.; cremation to follow. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 19/9/2002]

 

WARREN CLAY MARTIN JR., 77, of Kapoho Beachlots, Hawai'i, died May 1, 2002. A retired Los Angeles County firefighter. Survived by wife, Toddy; daughters, Timme Cunderlock and Tracy Foyle. Memorial service 2 p.m Saturday at 14-4708 Alapaki Kapoho Beachlots; scattering of ashes to follow. Leis and loose flowers welcome. Casual attire. Arrangements by Memorial Mortuary.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

WILLIAN MILTON MARTIN, 88, of Honolulu, died March 15, 2002. Producer of the first Christmas lighting of Fort Street. Did camouflage work for the U.S. Navy during World War II. A movie animation graphic artist for Disney. Survived by nephews, Richard, Jonathon, Christopher and Mathew Westerman and longtime companion, Jane Libby. Private service with scattering of ashes at sea. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 23/3/2002]

 

ANNIE K. MAKANUI MARTINEZ, 83, of Honolulu, died June 16, 2002. Born at Diamond Head Lighthouse. Retired Royal Hawaiian Hotel linen room attendant and former CPC Cannery employee. Survived by daughter, Elaine "Cookie" Camara; brother, Melvin Ronquillio; sisters, Priscilla Bolongan and Martha Kaai; three granddaughters; eight great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; stepbrother, F. Peanut; stepsister, Halaria Ronquillio, Gloria Ronquillio and Louisa Wahine. Visitation 5 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. next Saturday at the mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.       [Adv 22/6/2002]

 

ROBERT B. "BOBBY" MARTINEZ, 66, of Honolulu, died Oct. 12, 2002. Born in Koloa, Kaua'i. Survived by wife, Geri; sons, Robert, David, Ricky Martinez, and Troy Dereis; daughters, Tammy Collins and Roberta Elicker; grandchildren; a great-grandchild; mother, Margaret. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Holy Trinity Church; service noon. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, Mo.    [Adv 22/10/2002]

 

CLARENCE "MARTY" MARTINSON, 76, of Honolulu, died Oct. 13, 2002. Born in Ka'u, Hawai'i. Retired Aloha Airlines regional sales manager. Survived by wife, Charlotte; sons, Bert, Derek and Eric; daughter, Lynn "Marty" Martinson-Lui Kwan; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers, Melvin and Raymond "Sonny"; sister, Myrtle Shiroyama. Visitation 8 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Memorial Chapel, The Kamehameha Schools, Kapalama campus; service 9:30 a.m. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 15/10/2002]

 

CONDRADA TAIPIN MARTOS , 88, of 'Ewa Beach, died July 8, 2002. Born in the Philippines. A laundry worker. Survived by children, Alice Dalumpinis, Espe Ficiaro, Pablo Garcia, Fely Reeves, James Garcia, Evangeline Sutton, Elmer Garcia, Angie Garcia, Billy Martos, Connie Sagisi, Joe Martos, Priscilla Worsham and Eugenia Sosa; 67 grandchildren; 127 great-grandchildren; 46 great-great-grandchildren. Visitation noon Saturday at Oahu Cemetery; service 1 p.m. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.        [Adv 14/7/2002]

 

ALVERINO MARTINS , 86, of Hilo, Hawai'i, formerly of Papa'ikou, Hawai'i, died May 25, 2002. Born in Papa'ikou. A retired construction worker. Survived by brother, Daniel; sister, Virginia Manning; sister-in-law, Caroline Santos; caregiver, Marisa Viernes. Private service held. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.     [Adv 8/6/2002]

 

TOSHINARI MARUMOTO, 77, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Sept. 25, 2002. Born in Wood Valley, Pahala, Hawai'i. Retired longtime Jas. W. Glover Ltd. employee, and owner of T. Marumoto Enterprises. Survived by wife, Miyoko; sons, Warren, Boyd and Larky; daughters, Sandra Jackson and Janice Fukuda; sister, Elaine Dollnig; grandchildren; great-grandson. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 5 p.m.; private burial. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 15/10/2002]

 

YOSHINO MARUOKA, 93, of Wailuku, Maui, died Dec. 26, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Member of the Wailuku Hongwanji Mission. Survived by son, Richard; daughter, Jane Ohinata; brother, Yukitaka Ansai; five grandchildren; great-grandchild. Private service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.     [Adv 08/01/2003]

 

MASAMI MARUTA, 89, of Kilauea, Kaua'i, died June 14, 2002. Born in Kilauea. A carpenter with Kilauea Sugar Plantation. Survived by sons, Edward and Clyde; daughters, Madelene Nalawagan, Bernice Lin and Marlene Kasaoka; 17 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; brother, Hidemi; sisters, Kikuyo Gushiken, Haruko Miyashiro, Katsuyo Inafuku, Wakayo Fukumoto and Yuriko Sakai. Service 10 a.m. Thursday at Kapaa Hongwanji Mission. Burial 11:30 a.m. at Kauai Memorial Gardens. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary. [Adv 16/6/2002]

 

ANNA KIMIYE MARUYAMA, 82, of Honolulu, died Dec. 1, 2002. Born in Kilauea, Kaua'i. Worked in data control for First Insurance Company. Survived by husband, William; son, Thomas; daughters, Lily Ochoco and Aylene Hong; sister, Anita Hasegawa; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Nu'uanu Mortuary.     [Adv 18/12/2002]

 

YOSHI MARUYAMA , 96, of Honolulu, died Aug. 6, 2002. Born in Kawaihau, Kaua'i. Retired owner of Maruyama Catering and Come and Get Eat Lunchwagon, and member of Iwakuni Bon Odori Dance Club. Survived by sons, Richard and Albert; daughters, Ida Kunimitsu and Flora Tsuma; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; brother, Hajime Morita; sister, Shizuno Hiranaka. Service 10 a.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 21/8/2002]

 

CRESENCIA ESPRECION MARZAN, 78, of Kane'ohe, died Nov. 28, 2002. Born in Pangasinan, Philippines. Survived by sons, Eddie, Ricky and Jaime; daughter, Carlina Inouye; brothers, Robert, Rudy, Tino, Nick and Joseph; sisters, Linda Helpz and Carol Palafox; seven grandchildren; step--granddaughter, Ferrllyn Icmat. 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; service 12:30 p.m. Burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.    [Adv 10/12/2002]

 

CATALINO D. MARZO, 93, of Honolulu, died May 11, 2002. Born in San Fernando, Philippines. Survived by sons, Lindbergh, Bob, Daniel and Jeff; daughters, Joan Martinez, Karen Pang and Sharon Thompson; 11 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at St. Philomena Church; Mass 7 p.m. Private burial. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 14/5/2002]

 

MARIANO CARENIO "POGO" MARZO JR ., 60, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died June 23, 2002. Born in 'Ola'a, Hawai'i. Former Hilo Security and Investigations guard. Survived by companion, Shelley Veincent; sons, Shelson and Patrick; stepson, Mareko Mareko Jr.; stepdaughters, Lucille Veincent-Salazar, and Renee and Kehau Veincent; mother, Theresa; brothers, Johnny Kamahele and Richard; sisters, Leimomi Pakele, Leilani Tagalicod, Joann Kalawe, Evalani and Shirleen; six grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Malia Puka O Kalani Catholic Church, Keaukaha, Hawai'i; memorial Mass 11 a.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

WAUNDA GRAY MARZOLF, 102, of Honolulu, died Feb. 24, 2002. Born in Fond Du Lac, Wis. A retired school teacher. Survived by niece, Coral Wylie; two grandnieces; great-grandnephew. Service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 23/3/2002]

 

MARIAN TOSHIE MASAKI, 59, of Pearl City, died May 27, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. A retired state Department of Labor secretary. Survived by husband, James; son, Jason; brother, Michael Mikami. Visitation 4 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church of Pearl City; service 5 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.     [Adv 30/5/2002]

 

TOMIICHI MASAKI, 103, of Honolulu, died Sept. 14, 2002. Born in Hiroshima, Japan. A retired brewery worker for Honolulu Sake Brewery and Ice Co. Survived by wife, Toshiko; son, Walter; daughters, Margaret Yokooji and Janet Kunihara; 10 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 19/9/2002]

 

 

SUEO "CHARLIE" MASHINO, 82, of Hali'imaile, Maui, died Sept. 4, 2002. Born in Wailuku. Retied federal carpenter foreman in Alaska. Survived by wife, Annabel; sons, Stanley, Edwin and Clayton Oshiro; daughters, Josephine Tom, Joyce Duarte, Aisley and Jodie Mashino; hanai daughters, Joyce Corpuz and Annie Kuhlmann; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brother, Masato; sister, Hanako. Visitation 9 a.m. Tuesday at Nakamura Mortuary; service 10 a.m. Reception to follow the service. Burial 1 p.m. at Maui Veterans Cemetery.     [Adv 8/9/2002]

 

DOLORES "DOLLY" MASOCOL, 67, of Wahiawa, died Jan. 15, 2002. Born in Waialua. A state custodian retired from Ka'ala Elementary School who also worked for AAFES. Survived by husband, Rodney; son, Steve Kapaona; daughters, Roxanne Navitt, Ronnie Kalanui, Romana Butler, and Rodlynn and Raenette Masocol; brothers, Bernard Tabije, Joe San Miguel and Alfred Omalaza; sisters, Rose Buenrostro and Sophie Balanay; eight grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 6:30 p.m.      [Adv 20/1/2002]

 

CHARLES BERNARD MASON SR., 70, of Wai'anae, died June 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Hawaiian Electric employee and Hawaii Raceway Park promoter. Survived by wife, Jeannette; sons, Wallace, Joseph and Andrew; daughters, Melaney Mason and Maxine Brown; 18 grandchildren; brother, Clyde. Visitation from 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Wai'anae; Mass 11 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

ALEXANDER LEE MASSENGALE, 6, of Honolulu, died Aug. 18, 2002. Born in Oklahoma. Survived by parents, David and Katherine; brother, Andrew; grandparents, Bud and Nada Gibson, Betty Massengale and Joe and Pat Carrico; great-grandparents, Audrey Borden and Joe Carrico. Private service. Donations may be made to Honolulu Fire Department. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 27/8/2002]-

 

THOMAS "TOMMY" KALANI MASSENGILL, 33, of Keithville, La., formerly of Wahiawa, died Oct. 21, 2002. Survived by father, Gary; mother, Barbara; sister, Sheryl Carmain; brother, Gary; son, Colby. Graveside service 9:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual or aloha attire.   [Adv 06/11/2002]

 

Robert Leroy "Lee" Masters Jr., 57, of Kaiwiki, Hawaii, an architect, died May 24, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. He was born in California. He is survived by brother Ronald "Ron," four nieces and three nephews. Private services.      [SB 20/6/2002]

 

JOHN THOMAS MASTERSON, 77, of Makakilo, Hawai'i, died July 2, 2002. Born in Oklahoma City. A World War II veteran and member of the American Legion Pililaau Post No. 12 in Wai'anae. A volunteer for the National Park Service, USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor. Survived by wife, Jacqueline; son, John; brother, George; a granddaughter. Service 10 a.m. Sunday at St. Philips Episcopal Mission. No flowers. Ashes to be scattered at sea. Memorial donations to St. Philips Episcopal Mission. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.     [Adv 18/7/2002]

 

Joseph "Granpa" John Mastrantonio Sr., 90, of Honolulu, a retired electrician and a veteran of the U.S. Army, died Monday Jul 29, 2002 in Kapiolani Medical Center at Pali Momi. He was born in New Jersey. He is survived by son Joseph J. Jr., sister Claire Dellovade, brother Salvatore and two grandchildren. Mass: noon Wednesday at the Newman Center, 1941 East West Road.   [SB 3/8/2002]

 

CHARLES SADAO MASUDA , 77, of Pearl City, died June 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired United Airlines receiving clerk. Survived by wife, Ethel; sons, Lance and Brian; daughter, Debra Miura; five grandchildren; brothers, Alana and James. Visitation 5 p.m. Monday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 6 p.m. Casual attire.         [Adv 13/6/2002]

 

DAN MASARU MASUDA, 56, of Kapolei, died Nov. 12, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Contract Management Inc. operations manager. Survived by wife, Julie; sons, Dane and Matt; daughter, Samantha; one grandchild; father, Shizuo; mother, Wilhelmina; brother, Gary. Service 6 p.m. Thursday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 18/11/2002]

 

 

GEORGE SADAO MASUDA, 64, of Pearl City, died March 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired co-owner of Masuda Fender and Paint. Survived by sister, Mildred Fujioka; sister-in-law/caregiver, Marjorie Masuda. Service 2 p.m. Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Casual attire.   [Adv 13/3/2002]

 

ROKUICHI "JOE" MASUI, 77, of 'Ewa Beach, died July 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu . Retired engineer. Survived by wife, Michiko; daughters, Jeanne Kobayashi and Helen Fujikawa; sister, Kikue Miyamoto; five grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 11/7/2002]

 

AYANO MASUO, 81, of Honolulu, died Nov. 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A cashier retired from McInerny. Survived by sons, Barry; daughters, Diane Masuo and Shirley Fukumoto; three grandchildren. Service 4 p.m. Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 21/11/2002]

 

RODRIGO "FREDDY" MATA, 80, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Dec. 25, 2002. Born in Pahala, Hawai'i. Retired from the Merchant Marine and a member of the U.S. Coast Guard. Survived by sisters, Filomena Farinas, Alvie Badong and Josephine Lagronio. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hilo; rosary 10:30 a.m.; Mass 12:15 p.m.; burial at Homelani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.     [Adv 05/01/2003]

 

PETRONILA ECALLA MATEO, 77, of 'Ewa Beach, died Dec. 9, 2002. Born in Camiling, Tarlac, Philippines. Survived by husband, Teofilo; sons, Rogelio, Crispino and Paulino; daughters, Belma Sacatropez and Perla Quibol; brother, Timoteo Ecalla; 15 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire   [Adv 01/01/2003].

 

TYLAR 'ANELA'OKAWAI'OLA MATEO, infant daughter of Irenio and Deena, died Jan. 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Also survived by sister, Cydney; brothers, Reid and Kendal; grandparents, Alejandro and Eleanor, and Patrick Mokuau. Visitation 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Philomena Church; service 10 a.m. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 23/1/2002]

 

The Rev. Joseph Matheis, a Roman Catholic priest who served in Hawai'i and later in life served a substance-abuse counselor, died on Easter Sunday April 7, 2002  in New York. He was 74. Matheis was born on Feb. 24, 1928, in Louisville, Ky., and was raised in Cicero, Ill. After serving in the Air Force, he earned degrees in English literature, education and philosophy at St. Ambrose College in Iowa. In 1956, Matheis was ordained a Maryknoll priest at the Maryknoll Major Seminary in Ossining, N.Y. His first appointment was as associate pastor at Sacred Heart Punahou, where he served from 1956 to 1959. For the next four years, Matheis was first assistant at St. Benedict, better known as the Painted Church, in Honaunau on the Big Island. In 1963, he was named assistant pastor at St. John the Baptist Parish in Honolulu. When the church established an independent parish in Waimea on the Big Island in 1965, Matheis was named to head it. His first duty was to build a church near the developing resort area of South Kohala. While the church was under construction, tourists joined local residents at Sunday Mass under a coconut grove. Matheis had a hand in the construction of the church and he became known as the "builder priest." But Matheis' work was not limited to the church. He also served on the Hawai'i County Board of Ethics and was chairman of the Waimea Youth Center's board. Matheis also was an admitted alcoholic, but he stopped drinking in 1981 when his superiors asked him to enter a treatment center for alcoholic priests. He spent six months in a private East Coast treatment center before returning to Hawai'i, determined to help others fight substance abuse. He enrolled in a substance abuse counseling program at Rutgers University and two institutes in Minnesota. In 1986 he was certified by the state of Hawai'i as a counselor. Matheis bought a 37-foot motor home and parked it on the grounds of St. Pius X Church in Manoa. For nearly seven years, the mobile home served as his home and private counseling office. Matheis retired in 1993 and lived his final years in a nursing home at the Maryknoll headquarters in Ossining. A memorial service will be held April 23 at 7 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church, 1701 Wilder Ave.   [Adv 10/4/2002]

 

Sandra Mathews, 92, of Kailua, a retired real estate investor, died Nov. 25, 2002. She was born in New York. She is survived by nieces Judy Dancer and Bari-Ellen Roulette. Scattering of ashes to be held at Mount Shasta, Calif.    [SB 05/12/2002]

 

BARBARA LI MATHIEU, 59, of Kapolei, died June 30, 2002. Born in Beijing. A graduate of Rhema Bible School in Tulsa, Okla. Survived by former husband, Kent; daughters, Deborah Wright and Sharon Underwood; four grandsons; sisters, Jean Cox and Tsong Chan Main. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 2/7/2002]

 

LOUIS DIAS MATIAS, 71, of Pearl City, died March 7, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired City & County of Honolulu refuse department employee. Survived by children, Charlene Luning, Ramona Self, Lisa, John and Lacey Silva and Katherine Matsuda-Matias; sisters, Lucy Abrazado and Mary Posten; brother, Frank Prinea; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; rosary 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Friday at the mortuary; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. [Adv 12/3/2002]

 

AFIONGA PHILIP KAHEKILI MATILA-LILO , infant son of Pasha and Gordon Lilo, died June 3, 2002. Born in Alaska. Also survived by grandparents, Maydeen Kanehailua, Phillip Trumbo, and Tuveve and Maureen Matila. Visitation 9 a.m. Wednesday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Mililani 2nd Ward; service 11:15 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Casual attire.     [Adv 8/6/2002]

 

SUMIYO "RUTH" MATOBA, 84, of Kaua'i, died Aug. 20, 2002. Born in Lihu'e, Kaua'i. A retired cook. Survived by sons, Donald Awakuni, Robert Matoba and Larry Matoba; daughters, Myrna Oshima and Jean Matsuda; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; brothers, Yukio Nishimura, Yutaka Haitsuka, Hisamitsu Haitsuka and Sueji Haitsuka; sisters, Miyoko Min, Yoshiko Imanaka and Kimiyo Navarro. Memorial service 10 a.m. Saturday at Hanapepe Church of the Nazarene, Kaua'i. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.     [Adv 4/9/2002]

 

CAROLYN ITSUE MATSUBARA , 55, of Honolulu, died May 3, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A retired HMSA employee. Survived by brothers, Ted, Gerald and Glenn; sisters, Janet Mukai, Mae Okano and JoAnn. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 22/5/2002]

 

SUMIE MATSUBARA , 77, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Sept. 19, 2002. Born in Onomea, Hawai'i. A retired state account clerk. Survived by husband, Masayoshi; son, Wayne; daughter, Lynn Sasuga; brother, Mako Murakami; sisters, Aiko Kaisen and Jean Kaholokula; five grandchildren. Private service held. Private inurnment at a later date at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No monetary donations. No flowers. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.   [Adv 25/9/2002]

 

Clarence Noboru Matsuda, 82, of Monterey Park, Calif., died Nov. 16, 2002 in California. He was born in Honomu, Hawaii. He is survived by wife Dorothy; son Warren; daughters Karen Samaniego and Sandy Hata; brothers Motto, Katsu, Robert and Paul; sisters Betty Shimabukuro and Tomi Lau; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services: 6 p.m. Thursday at Diamond Head Mortuary. Private inurnment. Casual attire.     [SB 28/11/2002]

 

ELSIE KIKUYE MATSUDA, 91, of 'Alewa Drive, died Sept. 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Department of Defense and District Court business accountant. Survived by son, Roy Matsuda; two grandsons. Service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 30/9/2002]

 

GEORGE IKUO MATSUDA, 71, of Honolulu, died Feb. 10, 2002. Born in Olinda, Maui. A retired Oahu Country Club bartender. Survived by brothers, Jack, Takao and Robert; sisters, Toshie Tsukamoto, Mae Doi, Jean Matsumoto and Joyce Sakamoto. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.   [Adv 23/2/2002]

 

JAMES MASAO MATSUDA, 77, of Honolulu, died Dec. 15, 2002. Born in Hanalei, Kaua'i. A retired U.S. Government nuclear pipefitting instructor at Pearl Harbor. Survived by wife, Mabel; sons, Craig and Curtis; grandchildren, Trace and Codie; brothers, George, Stanley and Charles; sister, Nancy Hada. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 21/12/2002]

 

JAMES SEIICHI "SONNY" MATSUDA, 87, of Kailua, died Oct. 30, 2002. Born in Kealia, Kaua'i. An accountant retired from Hickam Air Force Base and member of the 442nd 100th Battalion. Survived by sister, Maizie Sasaki; hanai daughter, Clarenli Yokoi; three nephews. Visitation 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; memorial service over the ashes 2 p.m. Private scattering of ashes at a later date. Casual attire. Lei(s) welcome. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 03/11/2002]

 

JANET MIDORI MATSUDA, 80, of Honolulu, died April 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Honolulu Advertiser proofreader. Survived by brother, Fujio "Fudge"; sisters, Betty Matsuda and Nancy Matsunaga. Visitation 5 p.m. Friday at Honpa Hongwanji, Hawaii Betsuin; service 6 p.m. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 8/4/2002]

 

KATHERINE ANEKAHAWAII MATSUDA , 78, of Papakolea, died Sept. 25, 2002. Born in Hana, Maui, A nurse retired from Tripler Army Medical Center. Survived by brothers, Lawrence and Edwin; sisters, Martha Goo and Doris Saromines. Visitation 6 to 7 p.m. Friday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Blessed Sacrament Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.  [Adv 29/9/2002]

 

KATHERINE KOMAE MATSUDA, 75, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died May 5, 2002. Born in Lihu'e. A retired office manager with Kaua'i Medical Group. Survived by husband, Takeshi; sons, Steven and Randall; daughter, Lorna Hebaru; five grandchildren; brother, Frankie Fujii; sisters, Tamaye Fujii, Yoshie Fujimura, Sue and Arlene Fujii. Service 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at Lihu'e Hongwanji Mission. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.   [Adv 9/5/2002]

 

KIMIE NAGAI MATSUDA, 87, of Wahiawa, died Jan. 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired store manager of Wahiawa Omochaya. Survived by son, John; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; sister, Marjorie Sakamoto. Private service held. Donations may be made to any charity. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 18/1/2002]

 

NAOKI MATSUDA, 77, of Lana'i City, Lana'i, died Feb. 2, 2002. Born in Lana'i City. Retired Dole Corp., Lana'i City utility department carpenter. Survived by wife, Mitsuko; daughter, Dawn Kaihara; granddaughter, Shari Kaihara; brothers, Ichiro and Masao; sisters, Pat Fujiwara, Tsurue Arase and Masae Lee. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 11/2/2002]

 

SATOSHI MATSUDA, 73, of Kekaha, Kaua'i, died May 14, 2002. Born in Waimea, Kaua'i. A supply clerk with Bendix at Kokee NASA Tracking Station and veteran of the U.S. Army. Survived brothers, Takeshi and Robert; sister, Stella Gotanda. Visitation 3 p.m. Saturday at Waimea Honpa Hongwanji Mission; service 4 p.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.    [Adv 23/5/2002]

 

SHIZUKO MATSUDA, 84, of Waipahu, died Feb. 10, 2002. Born in Waialua. Retired from Leeward Drive-In. Survived by sons, Roy and Melvin "Apu"; daughters, Joy Matsuda and Charlotte Kuriyama; seven grandchildren; brother, Mamoru Nakagawa; sisters, Kaneko Murakami and Florence Kiyono. Service 6 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 19/2/2002]

 

Wallace Shigeo Matsuda, 90, of Lihue, retired proprietor of Matsuda Jeweler, died Tuesday Jan 8, 2002 at home. He was born in Waimea. He is survived by wife Evelyn; sons Robert, Hubert and Feodor "FeFe"; daughters Colleen and Priscilla; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services: 5 p.m. Sunday at Garden Island Mortuary. Casual attire.       [SB 11/1/2002]

 

WARREN HIROSHI MATSUDA, 27, of Honolulu, died Sept. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A food runner for Roy's Restaurant. Survived by mother, Colleen; brother, Ian; sister, Julia; grandmothers, Tomiko Matsuda and Hope Iwanaka. Visitation noon Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 1 p.m. Scattering of ashes 10 a.m. Monday at Maunalua Bay opposite Roy's Restaurant. Casual attire.     [Adv 09/10/2002]

 

HARUKO MATSUDO, 87, of Honolulu, died Nov. 7, 2002. Born in 'Ewa. Retired owner of Edith's Luncheonette. Survived by husband, Seiyu; son, Roy; daughters, Katherine Kupukaa and Karen Deguchi; six grandchildren; great-grandchild; brothers, Shinyei and Kiyoshi Yonashiro; sister, Patsy Nakata. Private service. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 13/11/2002]

 

LILY Y.L. TOM MATSUI, of Monterey Park, Calif., formerly of Honolulu, died April 20, 2002. Survived by husband, Yasuo; sons, Rodd and Lance; brother, Woodrow; sisters, Pearl, Jade and Irma. Service held in California.     [Adv 30/5/2002]

 

MINORU MATSUI, 92, of Wahiawa, died may 3, 2002. Born in La'ie. Retired from Del Monte Corp. Survived by sons, Teddy, Bernard, Federick and George; daughters, Jane Hamamoto and Lillian Kim; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; brothers, Shigeru, Masaki, Toshio and Susumu. Private memorial service held. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 20/5/2002]

 

Yayori Matsui, a pioneering Japanese journalist and women's rights advocate who fought for greater Japanese disclosure of its sexual enslavement of Asian women during World War II, has died of liver cancer at 68.  Matsui fought against injustice and the exploitation of the underprivileged, especially women. Her strong views sometimes earned her enemies in Japan's right wing.  "She never hesitated to fight against something she thought was wrong," said her sister, Yayuki Mukoyama, 66. "In a sense, her life was a battle."  Matsui was visiting feminists in Afghanistan in October when she was overcome by illness. She was diagnosed with terminal cancer upon returning to Tokyo but continued to work from her hospital bed until shortly before her death on Dec. 27, 2002.  Given all the unfinished work, "I wanted to live at least 10 more years" she told supporters in one of her final e-mails.  Matsui was born on April 12, 1934, in Kyoto, the eldest of six children. Her father, a Christian minister who had served in China during the war, adored her and would explain to her in great detail what he had witnessed, including many abuses committed by Japanese troops. She went to college in Minnesota and Paris. On her way back to Japan, she stopped in Asian mainland, and was exposed to abject poverty for the first time.  "I believe this was the first real trigger that would drive her life's work," said longtime friend and fellow activist Rumiko Nishino.  Matsui started working in 1961 at the mainstream Asahi Shimbun newspaper, placing her among the first career female reporters in Japan. She worked in journalism for 30 years.  After retiring, she dedicated herself to social activism.  In 2000, she helped organize a mock tribunal that drew former comfort women from all over Asia to testify. She was infuriated when the Japanese news media refused to publicize it and filed a lawsuit charging falsified reports against national broadcaster NHK, which is pending.  She spent her final days planning a Japanese museum on the comfort women issue and other war-related subjects, scheduled to open in 2006.      [Adv 12/01/2003]

 

ROBERT S. MATSUKAWA, 89, Wahiawa, died Sept. 23, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. Founder of Matsukawa Insurance Agency. Survived by wife, Grace; sons, Wayne and Ernest; brother, Kikuo; sisters, Betty Yoshino and Bessie Takahashi; two grandchildren. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 5 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 10/10/2002]

 

GILLARD GUNSHI MATSUMIYA, 61, of Mililani, died Jan. 15, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. Employed by Verizon Hawaii. Survived by sons, Troy and Jan; daughters, Penny Bedell and Sibyl Matsumiya; three grandchildren; brothers, Toshio, Tatsuo and Milton; sisters, Setsuko Amemiya and Jean Nishiyama. Visitation after 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 4:30 p.m.   [Adv 25/1/2002]

 

SIBYL ANN MATSUMIYA, 26, of Mililani, died May 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A member of the Lupus Foundation. Survived by mother, Linda Carrillo; sisters, Christina Nelson and Penny Matsumiya; brothers, Troy and Jay Matsumiya; grandparents, Julio and Tomiko Carrillo. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 22/5/2002]

 

TATSUO "GARY" MATSUMIYA, 78, of Honolulu, died Feb. 9, 2002. Born in Waialua. A bus operator retired from M.T.L. Survived by wife, Jane; brothers, Toshio and Milton; sisters, Setsuko Amemiya and Jean Nishiyama. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.  [Adv 20/2/2002]

 

ASIA MATSUMOTO, infant of Scott and Hydon of Pukalani, Maui, died Dec. 24, 2002. Also survived by half sister, Hana Lane Burleson; grandparents, De Chun Choe and Suk Lee Na, and Rose and John Naeole. Private service held. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.    [Adv 23/01/2003]

 

GLENN MANABU MATSUMOTO , 89, of Loma Linda, Calif., formerly of Ho-nolulu, died Jan. 22, 2002. Born in Wai'anae. A retired University of Hawai'i carpenter supervisor. Survived by wife, Daisy; son, Chris; daughter, Christine Oyadomari; brother, Donald. Service 2 p.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 6/3/2002]

 

HAJIME MATSUMOTO, 77, of Waimea, Hawai'i, died June 16, 2002. Born in Kuka'au, Hawai'i. A retired government worker and U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Survived by wife, Fudeko Onodera-Matsumoto; son, Melvin; stepson, Brian Onodera; stepdaughters, Dale Kaneshiro and Gail Onodera; brother, Harry; sisters, Akiko Miyasaki, Kay Okumura, Taiko Cummings and Yuki Matsumoto; a grandchild. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday at Kamuela Hongwanji Mission; service over the ashes 5 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.       [Adv 23/6/2002]

 

KAY KIMIYO MATSUMOTO , 80, of Honolulu, died May 25, 2002. An order desk clerk retired from Eagle Distributors. Survived by son, Gordon; daughters, Aileen Yamada and Corliss Matsumoto; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; sisters, Gladys Tanita, Fumie Murayama, Betty Hirose and Dorothy Kunioka. Service 2 p.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 5/6/2002

 

KENNETH SHIGEO MATSUMOTO, 87, of Mililani, died Aug. 4, 2002. Born in Waialua. Survived by wife, Sueko; four sons; a sister; three grandchildren; a great-grandson. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.    [Adv 21/8/2002]

 

MASANARI MATSUMOTO, 90, of Honolulu, died Oct. 6, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. A retired gardener for Maui Land and Pineapple. Survived by wife, Tsugie; sons, Roy and Randall; daughters, Vivian Kage and Sandra Yonemura; seven grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.   [Adv 16/10/2002]

 

ROBERT SEIKI MATSUMOTO, 83, of 'Aiea, died Feb. 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A timekeeper retired from McCabe Hamilton and Renny Company Ltd. Survived by brother, Shigeo; sisters, Sunae Fujii, Hiroe Ebesu and Clara Trousdale. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.   [Adv 3/3/2002]

 

Sadao Matsumoto, 96, of Hilo, retired owner of the former Vogue Shop and Bridegroom Shop in Hilo, died July 12, 2002 in Hilo. He was born in Papaikou, Hawaii. He is survived by wife Hiroko; son Eugene; sisters Raku Sakimizuru, Suwako Murashige and Sumie Yoshioka; and two grandchildren. Private services.      [SB 20/7/2002]

 

SHOJI MATSUMOTO , 89, of Wailuku, Maui, died May 10, 2002. Born in Pa'ia, Maui. A retired Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company employee. Survived by son, Jerry; daughters, Stella Asakura and Terry Matsui; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brothers, Kenji, Yomoji and Paul; sister, Matsuko. Private service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.      [Adv 1/6/2002]

 

Sukeichi Matsumoto, 91, of Lahaina, retired owner of Matsumoto Service Station, Lahaina, died Saturday Feb 9, 2002 in Fountain Valley, Calif. He was born in Lahaina. He is survived by sons Paul, Kenneth and Lawrence; brothers Katsuichi "Smith" and Kazuichi; sister Haruno Kanehiro; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services: 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Jodo Mission of Lahaina. Call after 10 a.m. Reception to follow. Entombment: 2 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park. Aloha attire.    [SB 15/2/2002]

 

TAKAKO MATSUMOTO, 65, of Lana'i City, died Jan. 16, 2002. Born in Hiroshima, Japan. Survived by daughters, Lorraine Arakaki and Vivian Gratton; five grandchildren; sisters and brothers. Memorial service Thursday at Lanai Hongwanji Mission. Arrangements by Yahn & Son Funeral Home, Auburn, Wash.        [Adv 22/1/2002]

 

TAKASHI MATSUMOTO, 80, of Honolulu, died Dec. 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired carpenter. Survived by brothers, Hiromu, Mitsuru and Noboru; sisters, Jessie Hirokawa and Nellie Matsudo. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 19/12/2002]

 

TSUKASA MATSUMOTO, 83, of Pearl City, died Dec. 9, 2002. Born in Hule'ia, Kaua'i. Retired Hickam Air Force Base warehouseman, and veteran of Company G, 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Survived by wife, Lily; son, Keith; three grandchildren; sisters, Nora Nozaki and Dorothy Mori. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.     [Adv 26/12/2002]

 

VIOLET YOSHIKO MATSUMOTO , 78, of Wahiawa, died June 20, 2002. Born in Waialua. Member of Wahiawa Hongwanji Mission and Fujinkai. Survived by sons, Dennis and Kirk; daughter, Alison; brothers, Minoru and Masao Yoneshige; sister, Shizuko Yamashita; four grandchildren. Visitation 3 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Makai Chapel; memorial service 4 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire; donations to favorite charity.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

YOSHIKO MATSUMOTO, 94, of Kalaheo, Kaua'i, died Aug. 10, 2002. Born in Koloa, Kaua'i. Retired Kukuiolono Store clerk. Survived by husband, Kazumi; daughters, Mildred Miyahara and Violet Burgess; two grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brother Kenji Doi; sisters, Lillian Yamada and Emi Schaefer. Visitation 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Koloa Hongwanji Mission, Young Buddhist Association Hall; service 5 p.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary, Kaua'i.     [Adv 13/8/2002]

 

DONALD HIROTOSHI MATSUMURA , 71, of Honolulu, died May 1, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A self-employed accountant. Survived by sons, Miles "Yoritoshi" and Mark "Kazuyoshi"; daughter, Donna Kurozawa; three grandchildren; sister, Nora Hinckley. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.  [Adv 3/5/2002]

 

KAY KAZUKO MATSUMURA , 74, of Honolulu, died April 27, 2002. Born in Port Alberni, Canada. A retired S. Michael Matsumura public accountant bookkeeper. Survived by sons, Rex and Dr. Lane; daughters, Michele Nakatani and Donna Foster; seven grandchildren; brothers, Miki, Osamu and Jim Kobayashi; sister, Yoko Kobayashi and Marie Watai. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

SADAKO MATSUMURA, 90, of Wailuku, Maui, died Dec. 4, 2002. A sales clerk at Maui Bonte Store. Survived by stepsister, Miriam Watanabe. Private service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.      [Adv 14/12/2002]

 

ASANO MATSUNAGA, 91, of Honolulu, died Sept. 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Member of Palolo Hongwanji Fujinkai. Survived by sons, Milton and Ford; daughters, J. Yasue and Patsy Matsunaga and Joyce Nakamura; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brother, Torao Otsu; sisters, Hazel Ishihiro and Doris Hirahara. Service 4 p.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary East Chapel. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 10/9/2002]

 

NOBORU MATSUNAGA, 77, of Puhi, Kaua'i, died Oct. 19, 2002. Born in Niumalu, Kaua'i. A carpenter helper with several construction companies. Survived by brothers, Haruo and Mitsuo. Private service held. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.    [Adv 24/10/2002]

 

Richard Shoji Matsunaga, 74, of Honolulu, owner of Richard Matsunaga, AIA, died Oct. 23, 2002as born in Hilo. He is survived by wife Hazel, sons Kelton and Robert, brothers Ichiro and Raymond, sister Irene Oyama and two grandchildren. Private services.     [SB 12/11/2002]

 

MATSUKO MATSUNO, 89, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died June 27, 2002. Born in Hilo. A former teacher for Laupahoehoe School. Survived by brother, Rex; sister, Mitsuko Yanagawa; nieces and nephews. Private service held. Family requests that monetary donations be omitted.      [Adv 7/7/2002]

 

SHIGEO MATSUNO , 88, of Honolulu, died May 4, 2002. Born in Waipahu. A retired auto mechanic. Survived by wife, Hatsuyo; son, Melvin; daughters, Nellie and Barbara; brothers, Ralph and Minoru; seven grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren. Private service at a later date. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.     [Adv 17/5/2002]

 

HARRY K. MATSUO, 67, of Honolulu, died Oct. 17, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Retired Community Planning Inc. registered land surveyor. Survived by wife, Irene; son, Marc; daughters, Sherry Yamaguchi and Holly Shikada; mother, Molly; sister, Merle Matsuyama; two grandchildren. Service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 28/10/2002]

 

HIDEO MATSUO, 84, of Honolulu, died Oct. 22, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired accountant for City & County of Honolulu. Survived by wife, Harriet; daughter, Joy Faletti; brothers, Satoru Inouye and Larry Matsuo; sister, Bessie Okazaki. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 05/11/2002]

 

PAUL YOSHIKAZU MATSUO , 84, of Kane'ohe, died May 30, 2002. Born in Keahua, Maui. A civil servant retired from the Navy at Pearl Harbor. Survived by wife, Jean Misaki; son, Robert; daughters, Pauline and Jo Ann Matsuo; brother, Daniel; sister, Fujiyo Imura. Service 6 p.m. Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 7/6/2002]

 

IRENE ETSUKO MATSUOKA, 83, of Honolulu, died May 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired restaurant pantry worker. Survived by sons, Malcolm, Milton and Millard; daughters, Myrna Kanemoto, Maxine Levine and Marian Jewell; 12 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brothers, Hitoshi and Charles Tanigawa; sister, yoshiko Kami. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; memorial service 6:30 p.m. Private inurnment. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 21/5/2002]

 

KATSUJI MATSUOKA, 80, of Pepe'ekeo, Hawai'i, died Feb. 24, 2002. Born in Honohina, Hawai'i. A mechanic retired from the former Hilo Coast Processing Company. Survived by wife, Okinu; sons, Harold and Leland; brother, Shigeto; sister, Tamiko Noji; two grandchildren. Visitation 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 4 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

Matsuyo Matsuoka, 105, of Wahiawa, died June 21, 2002was born in Fukuoka, Japan. She is survived by son Yukio; daughters Betty Calabrese, Violet DePew, Elsie Shimamoto and Helen Morikawa; 16 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Private services.     [SB 67/2002]

 

TADAHIRO MATSUOKA, 91, of Ho-nolulu, formerly of Hana, Maui, died Feb. 20, 2002. A retired insurance agent of Occidental Underwriters of Hawaii. Survived by daughters, Dawn Moroye, Sharon Yonamine and Joyce Matsuoka; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brother, Takashi Masuda; sister, Shizue Chun. Private service held. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.   [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

The Rev. TAMAKO MATSUOKA , 95, of Honolulu, died Sept. 14, 2002. Born in Yamaguchi-Ken, Japan. A Zaoji Betsuin minister. Survived by sons, Iwao, Tasuku, Norimasa and Masa; daughter, Tsunemi Fujinaka; eight grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Visitation 2 p.m. Friday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 3 p.m.; cremation to follow. [Adv 9/17/2002]

 

WILLIAM YUKIO MATSUOKA, 73, of Honolulu, died Sept. 26, 2002. Born in Pa'ia, Maui. Owner of Pumehana Barber Shop. Survived by son, Glenn; daughters, Gayle Matsuoka and Shirley Magarifuji; three grandchildren; brother, Paul; sister, Mae Fukunaga. Private service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.   [Adv 05/10/2002]

 

KAZUO "FRED" MATSUSHIGE, 85, of Honolulu, died Dec. 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired clerk for Honolulu Paper Co. Survived by wife, Thelma; daughter, Charlene Yamasaki; granddaughter, Kacie Yamasaki; brothers, Howard and Edward; sisters, Mildred Iwai and Violet Nishimoto. Visitation 1 p.m. Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 2 p.m. Aloha attire. Flowers welcome.      [Adv 24/12/2002]

 

TAMEJI "TOMMY" MATSUSHIGE, 87, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died Sept. 13, 2002. Born in Nawiliwili, Kaua'i. Retired owner/operator of Tommy's Service. A member of Company D, 100th Battalion. Survived by wife, Shizue "Dorothy"; son, James; daughters, Barbara Owen, Ruby Ota and Mary Tokuhama; five grandchildren; a great-grandson; brother, Seichi; sisters, Mary Ann and Kikumi Nakatsuka. Visitation 9 a.m. Saturday at Lihue Christian Church; service 10 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Kauai Veterans Cemetery. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary. [Adv 9/18/2002]

 

NOBUKO MATSUSHIMA, 75, of Honolulu, died Feb. 12, 2002. Born in Papa'ikou, South Hilo, Hawai'i. A retired homemaker. Survived by sons, Steven and Alan; daughter, Sharon Nishihira and Deborah Kushima; two grandchildren; brothers, Takao Murashige and Henry Murashige; sisters, Eiko Yonaha and Florence Miyashiro. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.   [Adv 21/2/2002]

 

THOMAS O. MATSUURA , 71, of Hawai'I Kai, died June 20, 2002. Born in Maili. Survived by wife, Florence; daughter, Lisa Souza; three grandchildren; sisters, Grace Fukusaki and Cynthia Nam. Service 5:30 p.m. Friday at Soto Mission, Nuuanu Avenue. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 3/7/2002]

 

Yoshino "Aunty Yama" Matsuyama, 93, of Kalaoa, Kona, a retired coffee and banana farmer, died Saturday Feb 16, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. She was born in Hilo. She is survived by son Burke, daughter Elaine Tatsutani, children's father Hiroshi, hanai daughter Janice Sasaki and six grandchildren. Services: 5 p.m. Saturday at Kona Hongwanji Mission, Kealakekua. Call after 4 p.m. Casual attire. No flowers.   [SB 21/2/2002]

 

KAR LEEROSE MAHINALANI KAIMI ALOHA MAILI MALANI NANO MATSUYAMA-KLUG , infant daughter of Henry Matsuyama and Kandis Klug, died April 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Also survived by grandparents, Ruth Matsuyama, and Nashton and Gwendolyn Klug; great-grandmother, Bernice Shon. Visitation 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Shield of Faith Christian Ministries, Wai'anae; service 11:30 a.m. Cremation to follow. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 15/4/2002]

 

KYLE TAKEO and LAURYN MEGUMI MATSUZAKI, infant twins of Kurt and Luanne Matsuzaki, of Mililani, died Aug. 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Also survived by grandparents, Thomas and Clara Matsuzaki and George and Lucille Kuwaye; great-grandmother, Ah Moi Ching. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 21/8/2002]

 

RACHAEL LAUREN MATTHES, 20, of Indian Rocks Beach, Fla., died Feb. 7, 2002. Born in Dallas, Texas. A Honolulu resident from 1989 to 1994. Survived by parents, Max III and Dianne Charter; sister, Jennafer; grandfather, Max Jr.; grandmother, Sue Fruitman. No service information was provided. Arrangements by Hubbell Funeral Home and Crematory, Belleair Bluffs, Fla.    [Adv 9/2/2002]

 

SANDRA MATTHEWS, 92, of Kailua, died Nov. 25, 2002. Born in New York. Retired real-estate investor. Survived by nieces, Judy Dancer and Bari-Ellen Roulette; best friend, Salvatore D'Aurua. Ashes will be scattered at Mount Shasta in California. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.    [Adv 03/12/2002]

 

ABEL ANDRADE MATTOS JR., 70, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died April 30, 2002. Born in Hilo. An equipment operator retired from Hawai'i County Department of Parks and Recreation. Survived by wife, Maile; sons, John Lewis, and Damian, Kevin and Nathan Mattos, and Michael Taylor; daughters, Bernadette "Bernie" Gillis, Joan Souza, Mary Lou Benevides and Kathleen Mendoza; brothers, Sebastian and Albert; sisters, Vera Rushlow, Eleanor Finch, Gladys Potter, Lillian Taylor and Theresa Baumgarner; 16 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hilo; Mass 12:15 p.m.; burial at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire.  [Adv 5/5/2002]

 

AKIYE "CONNIE" MATTOS , 74, of Kailua, died April 12, 2002. Born in Ho-nolulu. Retired Waikikian Hotel housekeeping supervisor. Survived by sisters, Joyce Ouchi and Jean Johnson. Service 11 a.m. Tuesday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; burial 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 19/4/2002]

 

JOHN D. MATTOS JR. , 46, of Honomu, Hawai'i, died May 31, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A self-employed ginger and taro farmer. Survived by sisters, Sandra Konanui, Sharon Arial, Gloria Santos, Barbara Coloma, Wanda and Monica De Costa; brothers, LeRoy, Jude and Wayne. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 7 p.m.; cremation to follow. Scattering of ashes at a later date. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 4/6/2002]

 

Paleka Leina'ala Mattos  - Funeral arrangements were still pending yesterday for Paleka Leina'ala Mattos, a highly respected kumu hula who died in her sleep Saturday.   Mattos, 61, was kumu hula of Hula Halau O Kamuela, a school established by her uncle, Sam Kamuela Nae'ole, in the mid-1940s. The halau has consistently brought in high honors in competitions, and brought home the overall title from the Merrie Monarch Festival for the past three years. Mattos' sister, Zelinda Bright, said her older sister lived, ate, and slept hula from childhood, and loved teaching the art to others.   "She wanted to educate young people about the culture, and embed in them the same passion she held," Bright said. Mattos' trademarks were the yellow plumeria her students wore in lei and head ornaments, and the long hair styles worn by her dancers. The plumeria was a nod to older times: memories of her uncle and of greeting shiploads of visitors, Bright said. The hair was a rule: Everyone had long hair, all kept at the same length.  "Once you were in the halau, she owned your hair," Bright said. Mattos worked with her brother, Kunewa Mook, who runs Hula Halau O Kamuela II in California. Bright said her sister was training her young assistant, Kau'i Kamana'o, to take over as kumu hula. "I've been dancing with her for 21 years, since I was 3 years old," Kamana'o said last night. Mattos did have interests outside of hula, centering on her family, he said. The last family-related goal she had told him about was that her daughter, Michelle, would give her a granddaughter. Breyanna Paleka Leina-'ala Mattos-Farias, was born two years ago, making Mattos' life complete, Kamana'o said.   [Adv 27/5/2002]

 

HAROLD KEALIWAIWAIOLE MATTSON, 72, of Ha'iku, Maui, died Feb. 23, 2002. Born in Hana, Maui. Retired from the U.S. Army. Survived by stepson, Kenneth Dowd; brothers, Edward and Jeremiah "Jerry"; sisters, Isabella Reeves and Rose Decoite; a grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Borthwick Norman's Mortuary chapel; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 10 a.m. at Maui Veterans Cemetery. Aloha attire.   [Adv 1/3/2002]

 

MAURICE MARIANO MATUTE JR., 55, of Waipahu, died Aug. 20, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. Survived by father, Mariano; mother, Flabiana; brothers, Domingo and Albert. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 9:45 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.     [Adv /9/2002]

 

JACOB TEN SUNG MAU, 90, of Makawao, Maui, died April 22, 2002. Born in Kama'ole, Kula, Maui. Retired state forester and a Pau Hana Roping Club enthusiast. Survived by sons, Jacob R. "Jr.", Richard, Russell Sr. and Raymond; daughters, Janice Baisa, Mililani Kiesling and Noelani Cheeley; brothers, Fred, Patrick and Frances; sisters, Elizabeth Wikoli, Elsie Woods and Gladys Facuri; 21 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Ballard Family Mortuary, Maui; service 7:30 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary; service 10 a.m. Burial 11:15 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic church cemetery.    [Adv 30/4/2002]

 

SAGATO ALEFOSIO MAUGA, 82, of Wai'anae, died Aug. 21, 2002. Born in Safata, Western Samoa. Survived by son, Esitolo; daughters, Maliana Mailo and Pelenaleta Ale; 19 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren. Visitation from 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Sacred Heart Church, Wai'anae; Mass 11 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Sunset Memorial Park, Pearl City. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.    [Adv 29/8/2002]

 

SUSTINA MAULUPE, 45, of Waipahu, died April 16, 2002. Born in Western Samoa. Survived by husband, Sa'oloto; sons, Sa'oloto Jr. and Noema; daughter, Kika; brother, Fata Tulima; sisters, Elisapeta Suemai, Sita Ulu, Eti Ioane and Poto Fa'ate'a. Visitation 9 a.m. today at Hawaii Samoan First Assembly of God Church, 1420 Palama St.; service 10 a.m. Burial 2 p.m. at Sunset Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home. [Adv 6/5/2002]

 

DAVID EZEKIELA MAWAE, 36, of Honolulu, died Jan. 19, 2002. Born in Kaunakakai, Moloka'i. Survived by wife, Misa; daughter, Mirai; parents, Joseph and Rosie; brother, Joseph "Joe Boy" Jr.; sisters, Dolly Low, Josette Mawae-Mollena, JoDean Akaka and Jolamboreen Crowell; grandmothers, Tilden Han and Elizabeth Ruiz. Visitation 11:15 a.m. Saturday at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Kalamaula; burial to follow at Kanakaloloa Cemetery. Arrangements by Molokai Mortuary.      [Adv 23/1/2002]

 

FAUSTINO MARCOS MAXIMO, 89, of Honolulu, died Nov. 14, 2002. Born in Laoag, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired as a licensed practical nurse for St. Francis Medical Center. Survived by wife, Pacita; nephew, Fred; 11 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 a.m. Tuesday; service 10 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.      [Adv 22/11/2002]

 

MAXIE JOHN MAXWELL, 54, of Kane'ohe, died Dec. 30, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. Proprietor of Keala's Hawaiian Food and Double M Auto Body and Paint. Survived by wife, Gwen; daughter, Juanita Camaganacan; sons, William, Jason and David; five grandchildren; brothers, Charles Maxwell, Ricky Wise, Joe Gracia, George Gracia and Jimmy Gracia; sisters, Elizabeth Han, Berna Bayong and Celine Sala. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 05/01/2003]

 

MURIEL MILILANI MAXWELL , 68, of Houston, died Sept. 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. An interpreter of Native Hawaiian song and dance. Survived by husband, Rem; daughter, April Kalamau; daughter, Lurline Ramos; sons, Manuel Maldonado and James Apo; daughters, Joann Shimoda, Murriel Maxwell and Shaheen Maxwell; stepdaughters, Dianne Hawhee and Jennifer Clark; 20 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Visitation 11 a.m. to noon Monday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; 5531 Beechnut Blvd., Houston; cremation to follow. Aloha attire.     [Adv 21/9/2002]

 

PEGGY LOUISE KIRSCH MAXWELL, 76, of Honolulu, died March 4, 2002. Born in McKees Rocks, Pa. Survived by daughter, Robin Marcom; son, Christopher; grandson, Justin Kamai. Private service held. No flowers; donations to Good Bears of the World, Aloha Den, 2431 Pauoa Road, Apt. 6, Honolulu, HI 96813. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 11/3/2002]

 

Delores Ruth May, 80, of Park Ridge, Ill., died Tuesday Aug 6, 2002. She was born in Minneapolis, Minn. She is survived by husband Donald W., daughter Kristine Barry and a grandchild. Services will be held in Park Ridge.    [SB 8//2002]

 

CRISPINA RAMOS MAYES, also known as "JO," 72, of Cleveland, formerly of Honolulu and Kent, Wash., died June 26, 2002. Born in Lahaina, Maui. Princess Ka'iulani Hotel retiree. Survived by sons, Eddie and Dana; daughters, Sharon Manley, Julia Ramos, Crispina, Roberta, Susan, Trina Cagampang, and Lisa Finley; brothers, Rocky and John Ramos; sisters, Jesucima Diaz and Leonides Oshiro; 18 grandchildren. Mainland services tomorrow in Cleveland; burial in Sunbury, Ohio. Arrangements by Cady Cremation Services, Kent, Wash.     [Adv 2/7/2002]

 

FREDERICK GEORGE MAYON III, 64, of Kihei, Maui, died Oct. 11, 2002. Born in Los Angeles. Pacific Rim Interior Design, founder and owner. Survived by wife, Carole Leeds Mayon; sons, David Squires and Andrew; daughters, Tracey, Curiel and Robyn Glassman; sister, Diane Beck; six grandchildren. Private services. No flowers; donations to American Lung Association, Maui Chapter. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary, Maui.   [Adv 14/10/2002]

 

FRED JOSEPH MAZIK JR., 61, of Honolulu, died Jan. 16, 2002. Born in Connecticut. A security guard. Survived by father, Fred Sr.; sisters, Martina and Ursula; stepmother, Eulalia. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

Mary Ruth Elizabeth Mazzacano, 65, of Kihei, Maui, a service representative for the Philadelphia Electric Co., died last Tuesday Mar 5, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Norristown, Pa. She is survived by husband Gerard F., sons Joseph G. and James F., mother Ruth English, brother Frank English, sister Lorraine Mancini and a grandson. Services: 11 a.m. Friday at Ballard Family Mortuary. Call after 10 a.m. Aloha attire. No flowers. Donations suggested to the Maui Humane Society or the Maui Cancer Institute.   [SB 12/3/2002]

 

MICHAEL CHET MCAFEE , 49, of Kailua, died Aug. 20, 2002. Born in Corona, Calif. A teacher at Kailua High School. Survived by mother, Carolyn; brother, Christopher; daughters, Malia and Noelani. Service 5 p.m. Sunday at Kailua Beach Park boat ramp, end of the beach. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 23/8/2002]

 

GRACE L. McALLISTER, 78, of Seattle, died Feb. 26, 2002. Born in Bemidgi, Minn. Manager of an apartment building. Survived by husband, Thomas; sons, Tom, Gerry and Steve Sande; three grandchildren and great-grandchildren; brother, Sonny Olson; sisters, Margaret Perfetti and Myrtle Larson. Service to be held in Seattle at a later date. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.   [Adv 3/3/2002]

 

RAYMOND FRANCIS McARDELL JR., 80, of 'Ewa Beach, died Feb. 9, 2002. Born in New York. Survived by wife, Leonora; son, Thomas; daughters, Christine Goodwin, Linda and Colleen; stepson, Mark Tapangan; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters, Helen McCall and Gertrude. Visitation 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; inurnment 1 p.m. at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. [Adv 15/2/2002]

 

DORA HEALANI McARTHUR, 76, of Honolulu, died Jan. 29, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Homemaker. Survived by sons, Perry "Macky" and Lynley "Lee"; daughter, Marvel "Honey Girl" Patterson; brother, Henry "Baba" Jr. and Daniel Machado; sister, Genevieve Lapinski and Mabel "Loa" Kong; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Aliamanu Ward; service 10:30 a.m. Burial 3 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.       [Adv 4/2/2002]

 

HAZEL MAXINE McBRIDE, 84, of Kailua, died Nov. 3, 2002. Born in Sterling, Colo. Survived by sons, Thomas and Michael; daughter, Patricia Skelton; 11 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [Adv 12/11/2002]

 

ARTHUR "DIDI" LONO McCABE , 73, of Honolulu, died May 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughters, Merlott Edwards, Nalani Finsand and Marnett Quiroz; brothers, Raymond and Howard; half-brother, Anthony; sister, Jacqueline Castello; half-sisters, Arlene Pina, Paulette and Charlene McCabe; 16 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Services held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.         [Adv 13/6/2002]

 

JOSEPH McCABE JR., 76, of Kane'ohe, died Aug. 22, 2002. Born in He'eia, Hawai'i. Retired paving supervisor. Survived by children, Thelma McCabe, LeAne Hikita, George Keaulana, Joseph "Joe Boy" "Macky" III, Alexander Keahou, Zaccahaeus Grace, Robert Kamehameha, Lisa Gonzalez, Tammie Kurashige, Tammy Arquero, Alan and Dale; brothers, Raymond and Louis; sister, Miriam Kahapea; aunt, "Aunty" Agnes Hipa; grandchildren; great-grandchildren. Memorial service 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow at Kualoa Ranch with Brother Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett officiating. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.     [Adv /9/2002]

 

LILLIE YOSHIKO MCCABE, 93, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died April 5, 2002. Born in San Juan Bautista, Calif. Survived by sons, Ernest Yamada and Edwin Yamada; five grandsons; eight great-grandchildren; brother, Dr. Kenneth Sugioka; sisters, Mabel Kenneth, Arlie Gildner, Mary Sakamoto, Dr. Gertrude Fujii and Dora Uyeno. Service 3 p.m. May 11 at Holy Cross Cemetery, Los Angeles, Calif. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.   [Adv 10/4/2002]

 

VALERIE UILANI AKAU McCABE , 50, of Hayward, Calif., died Sept.7, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Frederick; mother, Sarah Akau; sisters, Darlene Akau and Ernestine "Lou" Asuncion; brothers, Ernest "Bushrod" Akau Jr., Keith "Chief" Akau, Richard "Alenko" Akau and Lee-Jeffrey "Babe" Akau. Mainland service held. Arrangements by Chapel of the Chimes Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Hayward, Calif.     [Adv 14/9/2002]

 

ELIZABETH "SHERI" MCCALL, 87, of Kula, Maui, died Oct. 2, 2002. Born in Los Angeles. Director of Nursing at Kula Hospital and active worker with local charities. Survived by husband, Clifford "Mac"; sons, Thomas and Patrick; three grandchildren. Mass 11 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Ghost Church, Kula; private burial service to follow at St. James Church in Ulupalakua. No flowers. Aloha attire. Memorial donations to a charity of choice. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.   [Adv 05/10/2002]

 

LOLITA "TOTO" ELI MCCANDLESS, 57, of Wahiawa, died Oct. 31, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Kenneth; sons, Anthony and Robert; hanai daughter, Jovie Domingo; sisters, Leonetta Viloria and Elizabeth Holbron; brothers, Harvey, John and Walter Eli; two grandchildren. Graveside service 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.     [Adv 21/11/2002]

 

ROBERT K. McCANDLESS JR., 51, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Nov. 23, 2002. Born in San Francisco. Survived by brothers, Clifford Figueroa and Thomas; sisters, Helen Ferry, Thelma Teixeira, Madeline Hiram, Gwen Richards, and Marie Miller. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 13/12/2002]

 

William J. "Bill" McCarthy Jr  - Former Hawaii attorney William J. "Bill" McCarthy Jr., 66, died Feb. 17, 2002 in Kirkland, Wash., after battling with lung cancer and other health problems.  "He was a mover and a shaker, a very bright young attorney," said his friend Ray Sweeney. "He showed up here from the mainland and worked his way up through the community and was very involved with the Democratic Party on the Big Island. It was a tough time for him in the law few years."  A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., and graduate of Fordham Law School, McCarthy lived in Hawaii from 1965 to 1999, marrying Lynn J. Ashman in 1968. He worked for Amfac as a general counsel and an assistant corporate secretary until 1969, when he became project manager for the development of Princeville on Kauai.  In 1971 he opened a private law and real estate practice on Kauai and in 1976 moved to the Big Island. As a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in New York in 1976 McCarthy unsuccessfully tried to get the party to consider Daniel Inouye as a vice presidential candidate. He also filed to run for lieutenant governor and as a delegate to the Hawaii Constitutional Convention in 1978.  He is survived by a sister, Roselyn Borrosso of Moriches, N.Y., a daughter, Megan Nelson, sons Michael and Keoki, and two grandchildren, all of whom live in the Seattle area. Private services will be held, with ashes to be scattered off the Big Island in September.  Donations in McCarthy's memory may be made to the Institute for Human Services in Honolulu.    [SB 3/3/2002]

 

 

ROBERT A. MCCLAIN, 81, of Honolulu, died Jan. 8, 2002. Born in Chicago. A World War II veteran. Survived by wife, Lan; stepsons, Morris Ngyuen and Hong Huynh. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. Graveside service 10 a.m. Wednesday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.     [Adv 13/1/2002]

 

BERNICE EVELYN McCLELLAN, 58, of Waipahu, died June 15, 2002. Born in Bend, Ore. A homemaker. WALLACE "MAC" McCLELLAN, of Waipahu, died June 17, 2002. Born in Bountiful, Utah. Retired U.S. Navy torpedoman chief. She is survived by her son, Del Ray; daughters, Kristin Gallaway and Patsy Pratt; mother, Margaret Presley; brother, Owen Simon; sisters, Barbara Beehn and Billie Jean Schults. He is survived by his mother, Wilma; brother, William "Bill"; sisters, Martha Thompson and Janis. Service 2 p.m. today at Lili'uokalani Gardens poolside, 200 Wainani Way; potluck reception to follow. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.       [Adv 22/6/2002]

 

REBECCA KAIKAINALI'I MACY McCLELLAN, 85, of Kailua, died June 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughters, Aulani Smith and Jean; sister, Jeanette Yuh; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation over ashes 12:30 to 1 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 1 p.m.; burial of ashes to follow at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.          [Adv 17/6/2002]

 

WARREN RAY McCOLLUM, 72, died Sept. 23, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired member of the American Society of Professional Engineers and the Adventurers' Club of Honolulu. Survived by wife, Catherine; sons, David Scott and Boyd; one grandson. Service 5 p.m. Tuesday at Thurston Memorial Chapel, Punahou School.   [Adv 16/02/2003]

 

MYRTLE PUALANI KANAE MCCOMBER, 70, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Sept. 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. An office supervisor for the State of Hawai'i, Department of Labor. Survived by husband, Melvin; sons, Neal, Nash and Morrin; daughters, Naomi Gionson, Naydeen Walker, Mellaney Bean and Maxine Matsushima; sister, Agnes Naone; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Visitation 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 2 p.m. Lei(s) welcome. No loose flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 06/1/0/2002]

 

Stewart "Stu" Williams McCombs Jr., 72, longtime Honolulu ad executive, died Nov. 24, 2002 at his home in Washington state. He was born Oct. 3, 1930, in Minneapolis but grew up in Phoenix, where he also attended college. McCombs served as an Air Force pilot during the Korean War and later settled in Honolulu, where he spent 38 years at Starr Seigle McCombs Advertising. McCombs' local community activities included service on the boards of the Pacific Foundation for Cancer Research, Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Children's Advocacy of Honolulu, Easter Seals Hawaii and as president of the Economic Development Corp. of Hawaii. David Koch, a former colleague at the agency, remembered McCombs to staff members who never knew him. "He was 5 foot 10 inches, about, lean with steely blue eyes. He looked exactly like the Marlboro Man with a Stetson hat on. Without the hat he was bald and the first to joke about it." Koch described McCombs as balanced. "No man has ever balanced work and family like Stu McCombs. Once the nose of his car reached the Pali tunnel at the end of the day, work turned off. "Home was all about his bride, Keiki, a wartime pen pal from Virginia." The Hawaii Advertising Federation named him Ad Man of the Year in 1982. The Advertising Agency Association of America presented him with a silver medal in 1984; he had also served as the organization's president. McCombs retired from the agency in 1994 at age 65 and planned to move to Washington, Koch said. "Days before departure he took one of his unorthodox golf swings and broke his neck, literally broke his neck. Turned out there was a tumor wrapped in, out and around his spinal column." Eight years ago, doctors in Seattle gave him five months to live. An avid golfer and two-time USGA Senior Champion of Hawaii, McCombs also served as first tee announcer for the Ladies' Hawaiian Open. After moving to Bainbridge Island, Wash., he remained active in golf, playing at Wing Point Golf and Country Club. McCombs is survived by his wife of nearly 48 years, Keiki; son Douglas of Bainbridge Island; daughter Sally McCombs Wilburn of Volcano on the Big Island; sister Joanne Hayward of Phoenix; and four grandchildren. Arrangements are pending with Kass Funeral Home on Bainbridge Island. The family is planning a private celebration of McCombs' life. Contributions in his name may be made to the Children's Justice Center of Hawaii, 3019 Pali Hwy., Honolulu 96817.      [SB 05/12/2002]

 

JOHN A. McCONNELL , 34, of Honolulu, died Aug. 26, 2002. Born in Vancouver, Canada. A laborer. Survived by parents, Murdock and Georgia Patterson; companion, Rosie. Memorial service 10 a.m. Saturday at Kapena Falls. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.   [Adv 25/9/2002]

 

MARION RAY McCONNELL, 80, of Bremerton, Wash., formerly of Honolulu, died May 2, 2002. Born in Centralia, Wash. A naval shipyard design engineer. Survived by daughter, Marian Helgeson; brother, Robert; three grandchildren. Condolences to 25245 255 Pl. S.E., Ravendale, WA 98051.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

LINDA M. McCORMICK, 62, of Middleton, Wis., died march 31, 2002. Former Bishop Insurance Co., Hono-lulu, employee. Service today in Wisconsin. No flowers. Donations to University of Wisconsin, Comprehensive Cancer Center, 600 Highland Ave., Madison, WI 53792. Arrangements by Cress Funeral Service, Madison.    [Adv 4/4/2002]

 

Robert Clark McCornack, 69, of Kailua-Kona, a TransAmerica accountant and U.S. Army veteran, died Aug. 29, 2002 at home. He was born in Albert Lea, Minn. He is survived by mother Ruby, brother Michael and sister Catherine Fenner. Services held.     [SB 6/9/2002]

 

ERNIE KUULEI MCCOY , 70, of Hono-lulu, died Aug. 21, 2002. Born on Moloka'i. Retired office manager. Survived by sons, Chad and Herman Schimmelfennig, and John, Glenn, Cline and Ernest Alana; daughters, Mona Chatoulie and Pearl Ting; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; brothers, Gilbert, Delbert and Jerry Chang; sister, Shirleen Rayoan. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Makiki Ward. Private scattering of ashes. Aloha attire.       [Adv 24/8/2002]

 

LOUISE MINERVA McCOY, 76, of Kailua, died July 16, 2002. Born in Roseville, Ohio. Survived by daughter, Deborah Baran; sons, Kim, Ricky and Scott; six grandchildren; one great-granddaughter. Visitation 9 a.m. Thursday at St. John Lutheran Church, Kailua; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. No flowers. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 22/7/2002]

 

James Larry McCracken, 67, of Aiea, a retired journeyman carpenter for Navy Public Works Center, Pearl Harbor, died Wednesday Feb 6, 2002 in Honolulu. He was born in Detroit. He is survived by wife Lois Mae; daughters Mary M. Castillote, Robin S. Wesley-Smith and Carol D. Overdorf; son Douglas Paul; sister Judith L.; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Services: 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Kalihi Union Church. No flowers. Donations suggested to "Christian Vision," P.O. Box 61550, Honolulu, HI 96839-1550. Private scattering of ashes held.       [SB 9/2/2002]

 

TOKI MCCRARY, 69, of Kaimuki, died Jan. 15, 2002. A retired seamstress. Survived by daughters, Laney Fields and Kiyoko Goldsmith; sons, Akira and Hiroaki; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; four brothers and a sister. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary; Buddhist service 11 a.m.; inurnment 1 p.m. at O'ahu Cemetery. No flowers. Aloha attire. Memorial donations to Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.      [Adv 20/1/2002]

 

JAMES C. McCULLOUGH , 82, of Wahiawa, died Sept. 24, 2002. Born in Dennison, Texas. A retired lead aircraft mechanic with United Airlines. Survived by wife, Fran; daughters, Vesta Mashburn and Donna McGregor; granddaughter. Visitation 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 4 p.m. Inurnment 9:30 a.m. Monday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.     [Adv 27/9/2002]

 

Dixie Lucile Riley McCurry, 89, of Kailua-Kona, a retired clerk, died July 24, 2002 at home. She was born in Missouri. She is survived by daughter Janice A., brother Russell Riley and one grandchild. Out-of-state services.    [SB 7/9/2002]

 

HELENE Y. McDANIEL, 76, of Honolulu, died July 13, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired U.S. Coast Guard civilian employee. Survived by husband, Earl; daughter, Deborah. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.    [Adv 17/7/2002]

 

KYOKO UCHIMA McDILL, 55, of Columbus, Miss., formerly of Hawai'i, died Oct. 19, 2002. Born in Okinawa, Japan. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Kellis; daughters, DeeDee Shimoda and Vicki Stroud; sisters, Haruko Uchima, Tsuruko Nishime and Eiko Uchima; brothers, Tokujiro, Tokuyasu and Yoneo Uchima; two grandchildren. Mainland service held. Arrangements by Memorial Funeral Home, Columbus.   [Adv 30/10/2002]

 

The Rev.  Canon Frederick McDonald, a former headmaster of Iolani School, "was the first architect to put his hand print on the school," said current Headmaster Val Iwashita. The Episcopal clergyman spent 10 of his 60 years of service in Hawaii, as rector of St. Clement Parish in Makiki for six years before being selected to head the school from 1955 to 1959. He died Friday Mar 8, 2002 in San Francisco at the age of 93. Iwashita said McDonald was in charge during the school's transition from a Nuuanu Avenue site to the Ala Wai campus, which was a military compound during World War II. "We still benefit today" from decisions made then, he said. Iwashita visited McDonald in San Francisco recently. "In my brief time with him, I got a glimpse of his sincerity and intellect. He was a high-minded individual, fond of memories of Hawaii and Iolani." "I told him about Iolani winning state championships in basketball and swimming. His answer to me was, 'Don't forget to emphasize academics,'" Iwashita recalled. During World War II, McDonald was an Army chaplain of Special Troops, 12th Army Group, commanded by Gen. Omar Bradley. Bradley's memoirs, "A Soldier's Story," quoted McDonald's sermon at a service held when the war ended in Europe. McDonald visited damaged churches and synagogues during the war, methodically collecting shards of glass from their demolished stained-glass windows along with a story about each location. A memorial project is under way to use those remnants for new windows at the Interfaith Center at the Presidio Army post in San Francisco. "Bringing back a work of beauty out of the destruction seems to reflect his personality perfectly," Iwashita said. McDonald was born in Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington and the General Theological Seminary in New York.  After leaving Hawaii, he served in Europe and worked to unite Anglican dioceses in the Middle East and North Africa. In 1991 he celebrated the first Eucharistic service ever held at the North Pole while aboard a Russian icebreaker. He is survived by sister Elizabeth Parsons, nephews and nieces. Funeral services will be held Friday at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in San Francisco. Memorial contributions may be made to the McDonald Window Project, Interfaith Center at the Presidio, P.O. Box 29055, San Francisco, CA 94129.   [SB 13/23/2002]

 

KATHLEEN McDONALD, 55, of Rogers, Ark., died Jan. 31, 2002. Born in Covington, Ky. A former resident of Kaua'i; widow of Father John "Mack" "Jack" Herald McDonald III. Survived by sister, Cindy; children, Libbie Stotler, Jonathan "John" McDonald III and Jennie McDonald; a grandson. Memorial service 8 a.m. Monday at St. John's Apostle and Evangelist Church in Mililani. No flowers. Friends may write to the McDonald Family, 156 E. Terry St., Farmington, AR 72730.          [Adv 3/2/2002]

 

Terry A. McDonald, 77, of Kula, Maui, an artist and scenic painter, died June 3, 2002 in Kula Hospital. She was born in California. She is survived by husband John, daughter Kathie, son Kenneth, sister Margaret Leach, two grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Memorial gathering: 1 p.m. July 21 at Ulupalakua Ranch. Aloha and casual attire. Flowers welcome.    [SB 11/7/2002]

 

Betty Lou Baldwin McDowell, 77, of Eureka, Calif., a homemaker, died June 30, 2002 at home. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by husband Gerald, sons Paul R. Sedgwick and Ted M. Halliday, daughters Linda S. Taylor and Susan S. Poling, and six grandchildren. Services were held in California. Donations suggested to Hospice of Humboldt County, 2010 Myrtle Ave., Eureka, CA 95501-3322.       [SB 19/7/2002]

 

SHERRY NALANI McELROY , 38, of Kekaha, Kaua'i, died March 19, 2002. Born in Waimea, Kaua'i. A homemaker. Survived by husband, John; son, Patrick; sister, Susan Akiu wilcox; paternal grandfather, Arthur Iokepa Jr. Visitation 9 to 10:15 a.m. Monday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Kekaha; service 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow in Kekaha Hawaiian Cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kauai Mortuary.    [Adv 22/3/2002]

 

The REV. JAMES J. McFADDEN, 72, of St. Teresa's Residence, Maryknoll Center, Maryknoll, N.Y., formerly in residence at St. John the Baptist Church, Kalihi, died Dec. 3, 2002. Born in Philadelphia. Longtime Maryknoll priest. Survived by sisters, Patricia, Anna Transue and Marie Childs. Service 6 p.m. today at St. John the Baptist Church. No flowers. Aloha attire. Donations to the Maryknoll Fathers or the St. John's the Baptist Church Memorial Fund. Arrangements by Maher Funeral Home, Pleasantville, N.Y.    [Adv 17/12/2002]

 

DAYLE OVIS McGAHA, 62, of Kane'ohe, died Dec. 30, 2002. Born in New Orleans. Retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant colonel and Hawai'i Pacific University dean for satellite programs. Survived by wife, Kuniko. Cemetery committal service 10 a.m. Friday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 06/01/2003]

 

JAMES EDWARD McGINLEY SR., 86, of Waimanalo, died Nov. 12, 2002. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. Served in the U.S. Army during WWII. Survived by son, James Jr.; daughters, Barbara Peterson, Addie Fleming, Queenie McGinley-Riss, Patricia Roehm, Marcia and Ming Toy Wong; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Tuesday; service 7 p.m. Graveside service 10 a.m. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [Adv 16/11/2002]

 

Frederic Cox McGrew, 86, of Kailua-Kona, a retired Pan American Airlines employee, died Oct. 21, 2002 in Life Care Center of Kona. He was born in Canton, Ohio. He is survived by wife Dorothy H., stepdaughters Judye H. Flowers and Lynne Billingsby, and sister Sally de Giere. Services to be held at a later date. No flowers. Donations suggested to American Lung Association of Hawaii, 74-5588 Pawai Place, Suite P, Kailua-Kona, HI 97840.     [Sb 31/10/2002]

 

LINDA M. MCGUIRE , 54, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died June 1, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A homemaker. Survived by daughter, Tracelyn; father, Hideo Segawa; brothers, Clayton, Sashi and Michael Segawa, Ross Layson, Daniel Keomaka, Samuel Keomaka and Kenny Lohmeier; sisters, Mary and Gayle Keomaka. Private service held. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.      [Adv 8/6/2002]

 

MELVILLE OLIVER MCGUIRE JR. , 61, of Moloka'i, died Aug. 30, 2002. Born in Ho'olehua, Moloka'i. Survived by wife, Ann; sons, Melville and Keoki; daughters, Manono Rapanot-McGuire, Mikilani Kawano-McGuire and Kaahaaina "Maka" Len Wai-McGuire; sisters, Sylvia Ching, Artha Sutton and Earline "Lei" Kalilikane; 16 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Ka Hale Laa O Iruselema Hou Church, Kalamaula, Moloka'i. Visitation also from 8 a.m. Saturday; service 11:30 a.m. Cremation to follow. Arrangements by Molokai Mortuary.      [Adv 5/9/2002]

 

WILLIAM P. "BILLY" McGUIRE, 64, of Anderson, Ind., formerly of Honolulu, died Dec. 9, 2001. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Delphi Automotive Systems, Muncie, Ind.; formerly with Longs Drugs, Honolulu. Survived by wife, Diana; children, Mark, April and Bradley and David, Timothy and Chad Berryman; sister, Carmelita Domingo; brothers, George, Warren and Alexander; six grandchildren. Scattering of ashes of April 12, 2002, off Diamond Head; catamaran leaves Kewalo Basin 10 a.m. Arrangements by Rozelle-Johnson Funeral Service, Anderson, Ind.   [Adv 02/04//2002]

 

HARVEY HERBERT McINERNY SR., 66, of Honolulu, died Dec. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Insurance agent and great-grandson of Patrick McInerny, McInerny stores founder. Survived by wife, Barbara; sons, Harvey Jr., Christopher, Timothy, Daniel and Anthony; daughter, Diana McInerny McKibbin; sister, Eloise Hulse; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Star of the Sea Catholic Church; Mass 1:30 p.m. Private burial. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.      [Adv 06/01/2003]

 

Gordon "Mac" McIntosh, 85, of Hilo, a retired Honolulu Iron Works welder, died Jan. 5, 2002 in the Life Care Center of Hilo. He was born in Hamilton, New Zealand. He is survived by son Gordon G., daughter Arlene Kaaumoana, brother Ronald, sister Phyllis Ambs, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Private services held.   [SB 13/1/2002]

 

CECILIA "AUNTIE FANNIE" PORTER McKEAGUE, 94, of Lanikai, died Dec. 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Lai's Nursery School worker. Survived by son, Bernard "Barney"; sister, Alice Hollinger; 17 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren. Memorial celebration of life 9:30 a.m. Saturday at family home; scattering of ashes to follow off Lanikai Beach. Casual attire.     [Adv 08/01/2003]

 

George M. McKee Sr., 68, of Kahului, a retired jazz musician, died Wednesday Nov 20, 2002 at home. He was born in Montreal, Canada. He is survived by son George Jr., daughter Bonnie, and two grandchildren. Private services.     [SB 24/11/2002]

 

WILLIAM "AMA" K. McKEE III, also known as TITUS JOHN-JAMES DAVID, 42, of Honolulu, died June 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. An employee of the State Department of Land and Natural Resources. Survived by wife, Jamie-Jean; daughters, Emmadene and Davelyn; son, Matthew-Paul; sister, Cynthia Kepa; brothers, Conkling McKee Jr., Tasman McKee and Jon McKee; grandmother, Alice Kufferath. Visitation 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.        [Adv 6/7/2002]

 

Margaret McKeen, also known as "Aunty Margo" and "Tutu," of Hilo, a homemaker, died Jan. 11, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. She was born in Hilo. She is survived by son Robert C. Jr.; hanai son George DeCosta; hanai daughter Pamela Carter; brothers Alfred, Celestine and Arthur A. DeMello; sisters Dorothy Williams, Theresa Millereck and Jennie Takahashi; hanai sister Mary Belch; four grandchildren; and a hanai great-grandchild. Mass: 11 a.m. Friday at Malia Puka O Kalani Catholic Church, Keaukaha. Call after 9 a.m. Burial: Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire. No flowers.     [SB 22/1/2002]

 

ROBERT "BOBBY" COULTER MCKEEN JR., 53, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Jan. 26, 2002. Born in Hilo. A car detailer for Big Island Toyota and stock clerk at Safeway Supermarket. Survived by wife, Natalie; daughters, Greer McKeen, Frances Densmore and Hope Hualani McKeen; son, Robert III; hanai brother, The Reverend George DeCosta; hanai sister, Pamela Carter; a hanai granddaughter. Visitation 5:30 to 6 p.m. tomorrow at Malia Puka O Kalani Catholic Church, Keaukaha, Hawai'i; Mass over the ashes 6 p.m. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.       [Adv 1/2/2002]

 

Elizabeth Patricia McKenna, 97, of Koloa, Kauai, a seamstress, died Tuesday Oct 15, 2002 in Hale Kupuna Heritage Home. She was born in Ireland. She is survived by son Dr. Gerald, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services to be held in New York.    [SB 17/10/2002]

 

Loyd Matthew McKenzie, 78, of Volcano, Hawaii, a retired construction laborer, died Nov. 16 in Hilo Medical Center. He was born in Little Rock, Ark. He is survived by wife Juliet Domingo; daughters Lisa, Marie and Ashley; and sister Lona Binger. Private services.    [SB 29/11/2002]

 

Sean McKeown, a former curator of reptiles at the Honolulu Zoo and one of the experts who worked to keep the brown tree snake away from Hawai'i, died July 11, 2002 at Stanford Medical Center in California. He was 58. McKeown, of Los Osos, Calif., specialized in reptiles and amphibians. He wrote hundreds of articles and several books, including "The Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians in the Hawaiian Islands," "The Hawaiian Animal Life Coloring Book" and "The Keeping and Breeding of Day Gecko Lizards." McKeown served for more than 20 years in zoos, including curator of reptiles at the Honolulu Zoo and the Chaffee Zoological Gardens in Fresno, Calif., where he promoted conservation and breeding of endangered reptiles and amphibians worldwide. After leaving Hawai'i, McKeown remained an advocate for Hawaiian wildlife preservation, working with former Honolulu Zoo director Paul Breese as a part of the successful Brown Tree Snake Control Group formed to keep the snake away from Hawai'i. "The country has lost one of its most brilliant, hard-working and active leaders in wildlife conservation of this era," Breese said. "We will dearly miss him." McKeown is survived by his wife, Wendy, and his daughters, Dorie and Casey. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. July 20 at Unity of San Luis Obispo, 1490 Southwood Drive, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Nature Conservancy.      [Adv 18/7/2002]

 

RUSSELL CHARLES MCLAIN , 53, of Honolulu, died March 15, 2002. Born in Jersey City, N.J. Survived by wife, Liuakiehu; sons, Jack, Keola, David and Junior; grandchild; brother, Raymond Rahner. Inurnment service 1 p.m. today at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 12/4/2002]

 

JOYCE HELEN MCLEAN, 70, of Kailua, died Feb. 4, 2002. A retired registered nurse. Survived by sons, Jammie Rice and Thomas Rice; daughters, Donna Brock, Brenda Lago and Kelly Lozano; 19 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; brother, Dallas McLean; sister, Donna Duffy-Ward. Private service held. Memorial donations to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 8/2/2002]

 

MARY SANTOS "PANGIE" MCLEAN, 95, of Pahoa, Hawai'i, died Sept. 1, 2002. Born in Hawi, Hawai'i. Retired state custodian. Survived by son, Wallace Lean; daughters-in-law, Johanna and Darryl Lean; 11 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchild. Private service held. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.    [Adv 6/9/2002]

 

 

EUGENIA "GENIE" MCMAHON, 86, of Honolulu, died June 18, 2002. Born in San Francisco. A retired secretary. Survived by son, Jimmy; grandchildren, Macy and Molly; sister, Toni Doyle. Memorial service 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Outrigger Canoe Club. Memorial donations to Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation or to St. Francis Hospice. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

JAN KIYOKO McMANAMAN , 51, of 'Aiea, died Sept. 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by mother, Mary Tokumoto; brother, Vance Tokumoto; sister, Holly Brock. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.  [Adv 28/9/2002]

 

HERBERT "SPIDER" MCPALMER, 78, of Las Vegas, died May 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A U.S. Navy and World War II veteran formerly with the Stardust/Fremont Hotels. Survived by wife, Lucy; son, Jay; daughter, Brandi; brother, James; two grandchildren. Service 10 a.m. Saturday at the Lanikai side of Kailua Beach. Loose flowers and lei; lunch to follow at 1123 Kahili St., Enchanted Lake, Kailua. For information call Jim: 263-4812.     [Adv 30/5/2002]

 

CRAIG W. McOUAT, 49, of Honolulu, died Nov. 10, 2002. Born in Chicago. Survived by brothers, George and Maury; nieces and a nephew. Service 1 p.m. today at Victory Ohana, 94-951 Kahuamoku Place, Waipahu. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.    [Adv 12/12/2002]

 

ANDREW JOSEPH McQUEENEY, 86, of Honolulu, died June 7, 2002. Born in Connecticut. Retired pathologist. Survived by wife, Edna "Eydie"; daughters, Joannie Mitric and Claire; son, Barry; sister, Mary-Lou Schully; three grandchildren. Private services. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

HARRIET TUCK McSHANE, 89, of Honolulu and Waipahu, died July 11, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. A homemaker. Survived by grandchildren, Lisa, Larry and Lee Paonessa and Michael Santos. Graveside service 9:45 a.m. Tuesday at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.     [Adv 18/7/2002]

 

EDDIE PEDRO MEDALLIA , 74, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died June 6, 2002. Born in Hilo. A rancher and employee of W.H. Shipman, Ltd. Survived by wife, Bertha "Piilani"; son, Adrian; daughter, Colleen; stepsons, Clyde, Lloyd and Paul Muranaka; stepdaughters, Leelynn Lagat, Tammy Muranaka and Kellcia Muranaka; brother, Benjamin; sisters, Minnie Alidon, Arlene Tacdiran and Alice Farias; 17 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church; Mass 12:15 p.m. Burial at Homelani Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. [Adv 16/6/2002]

 

Teodosia Laceda Medallon, 75, of Waipahu, died Nov. 13. She was born in Pola, Oriental Mindoro, the Philippines. She is survived by daughter Lourdes Macha; brothers Nunelon, Leodigario and Leolito; sisters Natividad Malabanan and Pastora Pantilanan; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Wake services: 7 p.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary-Waipio, makai chapel. Call after 6 p.m. Mass: 9:45 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph Church. Call after 9 a.m. Burial: 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [SB 29/11/2002]

 

MARTHA MALEKA KALAHIKI MEAD, 77, of 'Ewa Beach, died Jan. 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Frank; sons, Alfred Jr. and Chad; hanai son, Frank Paclib; daughters, Julia Morgan, Patricia Kopa, Susan Lake, Sandra Lake, Rose Cayaban, Mona Whitacre, Marlene Schimmelfennig, Florine Becklund, Josie Morales and Judy Waikiki; 34 grandchildren; 50 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; brothers, David Kalahiki, George Kalahiki, Lawrence Kalahiki, Herman Kalahiki and Robert Kalahiki; sisters, Beatrice Lake and Hilda Mahi. Visitation 6 p.m. Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Aloha attire.      [Adv 20/1/2002]

 

ALBERT K. "JUNIOR" MEDEIROS JR. , 70, of Honolulu, died April 24, 2002. Born in Lahaina, Maui. A retired cable splicer with Hawaiian Telephone Company. Survived by sons, Alex "Alika" and Albert III; daughters, Maleen Kitagawa, Franceen Campbell and Daisy Aio; brother, Timothy; sister, Rosemary Lau; 10 grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Aloha attire.   [Adv 10/5/2002]

 

ARTHUR "ATA" KEKAULA MEDEIROS, 51, of Honolulu, has died. A shipping industry cook. Survived by sons, Ata Howell and Travis; daughters, Shanna and Sharon; mother, the Rev. Minnie; brothers, Charles, Augustine "Alika," William "Bill" and Joseph; sister, Eloise; grandchildren. Private scattering of ashes off Waikiki.     [Adv 16/5/2002]

 

Edwin "Ed" Medeiros Jr., 56, of Captain Cook, Kona, a retired federal fire chief at Kona Airport, Keahole and a U.S. Air Force veteran, died Monday April 22, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. He was born in Hilo. He is survived by wife Penelope, parents Mitsuyo and Edwin, brother Ralston, and sisters Lena Garcia and Christy Sambueno. Memorial services: 10 a.m. Monday at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Kailua-Kona. Call after 9:30 a.m. Casual attire. No flowers.   [SB 27/4/2002]

 

Gloria Marie Medeiros, 64, of Kailua-Kona, a supervisor for Safeway Stores, died Feb. 3 in Kona Community Hospital. She was also an assistant caretaker for Hulihee Palace. She was born in Ookala. She is survived by son James K. Jr., daughter Cindi Lewis, brothers Robert and John Vierra Jr., sisters Rose Barton and Jeannie Teixeira, three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services: 5:15 p.m. Friday at Kona Outdoor Circle. Call 5-8 p.m. Casual attire. No flowers.     [SB 12/2/2002]

 

JANE MARIE LAUAE MEDEIROS , 69, of Oak Harbor, Wash., died July 22, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughters, Helen Truman, Teresa Park, Jana Park, Mary Park and Laura Picard; sister, Mary Pancho; brothers, William and Daniel Kahanu; 13 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Valley of the Temples Mortuary chapel; service 1:30 p.m. Entombment to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 28/7/2002]

 

MABEL BAPTISTE MEDEIROS, 87, of Ninole, Hawai'i, died Jan. 17, 2002. A housewife. Survived by sons, Theodore "Ted," Melvin "Mynah Bird" and Carl "Pee Wee"; 13 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. tomorrow at Central Christian Church; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Homelani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Memorial Mortuary.      [Adv 23/1/2002]

 

MANUEL P. MEDEIROS, 69, of 'Ewa Beach, died Nov. 18, 2002. Born in Kahului, Maui. Operations manager with Hawaiian Building Maintenance and former resident manager of Alii Plantation. Survived by wife, Frances; son, Elton Alcover; daughters, Germaine Yabes, Manilynn Rivera and Mara Miki de la Cruz; mother, Ramona Gonsalves; brothers, Benny Madiro, Henry Medeira and John Gonsalves Jr.; sisters, Mina Akana and Dianne Gonsalves; 12 grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. to noon Friday; prayer service noon. Burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.    [Adv 28/11/2002]

 

MARIA KIM MEDEIROS, 86, of Ho-nolulu, died Sept. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A mail carrier retired from Matson Navigation. Survived by sons, Albert Dawson and Jimmy Naniole; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers, Peter, Tai Soon and Michael Kim; sister, Elsie Kimura. Visitation from 9 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service noon; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.      [Adv 06/1/0/2002]

 

MOLLY MAKALOHE FULLER MEDEIROS, 84, of Kane'ohe, died Jan. 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughter, Nani Kumia; hanai daughter, Kelly Gatioan; brothers, Solo Mahoe and Lester Jury; six grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park chapel; service noon; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples.     [Adv 11/2/2002]

 

OTILIA "TILLIE" ROSA MEDEIROS , 89, of Kailua, died June 29, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. Survived by sons, Francis and Thomas; four grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; sister, Irene Lee. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. Aloha attire.      [Adv 10/7/2002]

 

ROLAND MEDEIROS, 50, of Pa'ia, Maui, died Sept. 30, 2002. A self-employed carpenter. Survived by companion, Muriel Macomber; mother, Mary; sons, Reuben, Jeremy and Joshua Macomber; daughter, Ayanna Aiwohi; sisters, Jacqueline Moniz, Patricia, Paula Vares, June and Francine. brothers, Robert, Allen, Samuel, Bernard, Norman and Henry. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Ballard Family Mortuary, Maui; service 7 p.m. Cremation to follow. No floral decorations; lei only. Casual attire.     [Adv 09/10/2002]

 

Vicenta "Bennie" San Nicholas Medeiros, 82, of Waianae, a homemaker, died Wednesday  July 10, 2002. She was born in Piti, Guam. She is survived by daughters Linda Shindo, Judy Garrett, Connie Chang and Juana Rasmussen; sisters Grietje Cruz and Pilar Kamminga; caregiver Imelda Arreola; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services: 6:30 p.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. Call after 5:30 p.m. Burial: 9 a.m. next Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. [SB 13/7/2002]

 

MARCELINA DABIS MEDFORD, 69, of Waipahu, died June 15, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Henry; son, Henry Jr.; daughter, Jo Ann McNeal; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers, Jerome, Bernabe, Pascual and Esteban Dabis. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Makai Chapel; service 6:30 p.m. Scattering of ashes 1 p.m. Saturday at Barbers Point Harbor. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 24/6/2002]

 

ELIZABETH KAHANU MEDINA, 69, of Wai'anae, died Jan. 26, 2002. Born in South Kona, Hawai'i. Survived by sons, Richard Medina, Patrick and Stanley Santiago; daughters, Doreen Medina and Katherine Carter; sister, Cecelia Sagarang; 21 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary. [Adv 15/2/2002]

 

MEMORY JOY MEDINA, 30, of Waipahu, died Nov. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A lab technician. Survived by husband, Verly; mother, Mamit Salibad; brothers, Wilbert and Orville Salibad; sisters, Jacqueline Dusek and Marie Ann Rosalas; grandmother, Amor Garcia. Service 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 10 a.m. No flowers. Aloha attire.    [Adv 11/12/2002]

 

LEONORA "NORA" ULEP MEDRANO, 48, of Waialua, died March 27, 2002. Born in No. 15 San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Employed at Waialua Elementary School. Survived by husband, Crolis; children, Aurelia Alcantara, Allen and Norlyn; three grandchildren; sisters, Magdalena Damo and Lydia Suyom; brothers, Ruperto, Normalito and Jimmy Ulep. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; eulogy 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. at the mortuary; eulogy 10:30 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. [Adv 23/4/2002]

 

RUTH G. MEEKHOF, 86, of Kihe'i, Maui, died Sept. 19, 2002. Born in Grand Rapids, Mich. Recognized on a koa plaque at Maui Memorial Medical Center for her many years as a volunteer there. Survived by sons, Murray and Jim; daughter, Mary Beth; 13 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. Celebration of life 11 a.m. Friday at Kalama Heights Retirement Community. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.   [Adv 25/9/2002]

 

MARK "MARCUS" BEJAN MEHR, 43, of Wahiawa, died Feb. 21, 2002. Born in Twinsburg, Ohio. Scattering of ashes in Athens, Ohio. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.   [Adv 28/2/2002]

 

CHARLOTTE CHIYOKO MEKATA, 86, of Honolulu, died July 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired Army and Air Force Exchange Service sales associate at Hickam Air Force Base. Survived by grandchildren, Gary Asato, Cori Pepe and Lynn Kashinoki; four great-grandchildren; brother, Shiro Yokoyama; sister, Amy Konno. Visitation 11 a.m. Friday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service noon. Aloha attire.   [Adv 24/7/2002]

 

FUKIKO MIZUNUMA MELENDEZ, 71, of Honolulu, died June 16, 2002. Born in Japan. Retired Moana Surfrider Hotel employee. Survived by husband, Daniel; daughter, Jeanette Bautista and Phyllis Cruz; three grandchildren; brothers, Katsuyo and Tadashi Mizunuma. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 27/6/2002]

 

SANCHA LADA MELGAR, 70, of Honolulu, died Jan. 2, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Survived by husband, Froilan Sr.; sons, Froilan Jr., Marcelino, Teddy, Nestor, Adrian and Odilon; daughters, Jacenta Go, Epifania Alcoseba and Eugenia Quejada; six grandchildren; brother, Samuel Lada; sister, Claudia Mendiola. Service in Cebu City, Philippines.     [Adv 7/1/2002]

 

IDA MENDONCA MELIM, 94, of Honolulu, died May 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughter, Loretta Watts; sisters, Ernestine Oaks, dora Bednarski and Elsie Jones; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Thursday at Oahu Cemetery chapel; service over ashes 11:30 a.m. Inurnment to follow at Oahu Cemetery. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 3/6/2002]

 

MARY LOUISE MELIM, 81, of Honolulu, died Dec. 29, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by son, Bruce; daughters, Rowlinda Finley and Bessie Bulawan; brother, Tin Hu Jr.; sisters, Lehua Kahele, Arlene Janiki and Marlene Wood; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 11 a.m. Friday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Nuuanu Ward; service 1 p.m. Burial 3 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 31/12/2002]

 

RAYMOND ALAN MELLEY , 31, of Wahiawa, died May 8, 2002. Born in 'Ewa Beach. Survived by mother, Elizabeth; brother, Isaac Naki; sisters, Becky Mahaulu and Denise; grandmother, Eugenia Castillo. Visitation 6:30 p.m. Friday at Wahiawa Christian Church; service 7:30 p.m.; private burial at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery.   [Adv 11/5/2002]

 

FRANSICO VINCENT MELLO , 60, of Riverside, Calif., formerly of Honolulu, died June 2, 2002. A former Marine stationed at Marine Corps Base Hawai'i, Kane'ohe Bay. Survived by wife, June; son, Vincent; daughters, Vonda Alfsen and Debra Arredondo; three grandchildren. No service information provided.     [Adv 7/6/2002]

 

RAE JAYE MELLOR, 50, of Honolulu, died Sept. 26, 2002. Born in Hono-lulu. A financial officer at Pro Park Inc. Survived by mother, Gertrude; brother, Marc; sister, Ann Ladera; companion, Rod Ng. Visitation 6 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. No flowers. Aloha attire.    [Adv 02//10/2002]

 

FLORENTINO DELOS SANTOS MEMBRERE, 75, of Waipahu, died Jan. 8, 2002. Born in San Manuel, Pangasinan, Philippines. Survived by wife, Asuncion; sons, Noel and Tino Jr.; daughters, Lorna Pascua and Susan Bumanglag; brothers, Peter and Camilo; sisters, Elisia Soriano and Leonida; six grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; rosary 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10 a.m. Friday at the mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 14/1/2002]

 

Luis Mena, 85, of Maalaea, Maui, a retired draftsman engineer, died April 11, 2002 at home. He was born in Venado Tuerto, Argentina. He is survived by wife Naomi L., hanai son H. Wayne Lewis, hanai daughters Joyce Woodstra and Patricia Helie, sister Matilda, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services and scattering of ashes: 9 a.m. May 11 at beach of Kana'i A Nalu, Maalaea Harbor Village.  [SB 21/4/2002]

 

Naomi L. Mena, 79, of Wailuku, a retired contractor, died Saturday May 4, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Apache, Okla. She is survived by son H. Wayne Lewis, daughters Joyce Woodstra and Patricia Helie, sister Helen Baldwin, and seven grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Joint services with late husband Luis Mena: 9 a.m. Saturday at Kanai A Nalu, Maalaea Harbor Village.   [SB 9/5/2002]

 

YUICHI "JACK" MENDE, 69, of Honolulu, died July 30, 2002. Born in Hale'iwa. An Anteon Corporation electrical engineer and a retired electrical engineer at Pearl Harbor. Survived by wife, Barbara; brothers, Teruo, Hiroji and Raymond; sisters, Kikue Kaneshige, Harue Tamashiro, Yoshie Fujiwara, Sachiko Ono and Mitsue Teruya. Visitation from 1 p.m. Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; memorial service 2 p.m. Aloha attire.   [Adv 14/8/2002]

 

RUBY P. MENDENHALL, 75, of Honolulu, died July 30, 2002. Born in Somerset, Pa. A retired PBX supervisor. Survived by son, Michael; brother, Richard Pfielsticker; sister, Margaret Beam. Committal service 10:30 a.m. Thursday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Donations to American Cancer Society. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 4/8/2002]

 

EDWIN MENDIGORIN, 53, of Waipahu, died April 13, 2002. Born in Cavite City, Philippines. Federal Fire Department dispatcher. Survived by wife, Belinda; children, Jerwin, Javin Mendigorin Howard, Jebren, Justine, Lhened, Chaztity and Edwin Jr.; five grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Conrado, Salvador, Oliver, Corazon Mendigorin Morada, Yolanda Mendigorin Wilson, Lulu Mendigorin Serna and Henry Jr.; mother, Anita Valdez Mendigorin. Visitation 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. today at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.     [Adv 18/4/2002]

 

PETER A. MENDIOLA, 73, of Honolulu, died April 9, 2002. Retired from Sears. A musician specializing in contemporary Hawaiian music. Survived by sister, Agnes Napuunoa; nieces and nephews; cousins. Inurnment to be at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 26/4/2002]

 

PHILIP MENDIOLA JR. , 75, of Wailuku, Maui, formerly of Kane'ohe, died April 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired Honolulu Fire Department firefighter with 33 years of service. Survived by wife, Huberta "Sista"; sons, Philip III and Gerald Mendiola, Scott, John and Robert Mahoney; daughters, Elizabeth Cullen and Hattie Anderson; 24 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; brother, Robert. Visitation 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Aloha attire.   [Adv 12/4/2002]

 

THOMAS MENDIOLA JR. , 55, of Honolulu, died June 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by daughters, Melissa Fujioka and Cherilyn Williams; son, Thomas III; sisters, Sharron Gomes; brother, Rodney; three grandchildren.         [Adv 13/6/2002]

 

GEORGE MENDONCA, 94, of Ka'a'awa, died April 3, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Shop 38, marine machinist. Survived by wife, Hazel; daughters, Juanita, and Yvonne Masters; sons, Bernard, Monte and Michael; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial park Mortuary; Catholic service 9:30 a.m. Burial to follow at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 8/4/2002]

 

MONTE MENDONCA, 53, of 'Ewa Beach, died June 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A bus driver for M.T.L. and Aloha State Tours. Survived by son, Jason; daughter, Lehuanani; three grandchildren; mother, Hazel; brothers, Bernard and Michael; sisters, Juanita Mendonca and Yvonne Masters. Visitation 10 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; committal service 1 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Aloha attire.       [Adv 23/6/2002]

 

ANTONIO "TONY" RIDAD MENDOZA, 73, of Waipahu, died Jan. 15, 2002. Born in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired from the Navy Marine Golf Course. Survived by wife, Connie; son, Flor; daughters, Alicia Abendanio, Gloria Lacara, Devora Ramos and Madelene Edrado; sister, Florentina Galiza; 12 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Mililani Memorial Park Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Church; Mass 9:30 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.    [Adv 31/1/2002]

 

Dionisia Madarang Mendoza, 97, of Hilo, a homemaker, died March 26, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. She was born in the Philippines. She is survived by stepsons Albert, Norman Jr. and Ronnie; eight grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Private services.  [SB 13/4/2002]

 

PAZ "PACING" CAVINTA MENDOZA, 81, of Waipahu, died April 12, 2002. Born in Aringay, La Union, Philippines. Survived by husband, Elias; sons, Servillano, Eduardo, Jose, Elias Jr. and Godofredo; daughters, Teresita Andaya and Violeta Mercado; 20 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brothers, George and Benigno Cavinta; sister, Nena Dulay. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; rosary 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. Saturday at Immaculate Conception Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.   [Adv 17/4/2002]

 

ROLAND KULAKAUKA MENDOZA SR., 57, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died July 15, 2002. Born in Hilo. Retired Arakaki Mechanical boilermaker, and member of Ku Kane O Ka Makani Motorcycle Club. Survived by wife, Nadine Austin; sons, Roland Jr. and Reno; daughters, Colleen Rezentes, Jessie, Jennifer Omiya and Rachel Galante; brothers, Richard Savilla and Milton; sisters, Chris Adams, Rose Kaoiwi, Pauline Shoves, Sonia Leonard, Ding Kennedy, Lana Fowler and Leona Otani; 15 grandchildren. 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; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow in Homelani Memorial Park (old section). Casual attire.   [Adv 24/7/2002]

 

JOAQUIN BRUNO MENOR, 91, of Waialua, died Oct. 1, 2002. Born in Laoag City, Philippines. Retired from Waialua Sugar Co. Survived by sons, Orlino and Roque; daughters, Lolita Mabini and Norma Cristobal; 17 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; brother, Pedro; sister, Regina Joaquin. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Michael Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 22/10/2002]

 

Henry  “Butch” Ludwig Menzsa, 58, of Fern Acres, Mountain View, Hawaii, died Wednesday Feb 20, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Audrey, sons Lawrence and Duane, daughters Andrene and Adrienne, brother Antone, sister Shirley Carreira and eight grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Theresa's Catholic Church. Call after 9 a.m. Casual attire. No flowers.  [SB 24/2/2002]

 

ALFREDO BALAIS MERCADO , 78, of Kailua, died May 22, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. A janitor retired from Young Laundry. Survived by wife, Nicolasa; sons, Noriel, Mario and Noli; daughter, Zenaida Taca; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Henry; sister, Ciprana Ancheta. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Thursday; service 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.    [Adv 25/5/2002]

 

BASILIO RIVEIRA MERCADO, 91, of Kalihi Valley, died Feb. 18, 2002. A roofer retired from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Survived by daughters, Judith Tarter and Linda Mercado; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [Adv 27/2/2002]

 

SOLEDAD MEMBRERE MERCADO , 78, of Honolulu, died May 23, 2002. Born in Bantug, Umingan, Pangasinan, Philippines. Former Young Hawaii seamstress. Survived by husband, Santos; son, Mario; daughter, Socorro "Sherry" Mercado-Dacoscos; brothers, Teofilo, Jose and Rudolfo Membrere; sisters, Brigida Santos, Luisa Sison, Carlina Jasmin; six grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Visitation 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the mortuary; service 10 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [Adv 10/6/2002]

 

HELEN ELIZABETH MEREDITH, 81, of Honolulu, died Sept. 20, 2002. Born in St. Louis. Retired administrator of Arcadia Retirement Residence and former director Of Fernhurst YWCA Residence. Survived by friends. Service 4 p.m. Thursday at Central Union Church, Atherton Chapel. No flowers. Donations may be made to Rewick Scholarship Fund, Women's League, Central Union Church. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 05/10/2002]

 

STUART A. MERIWETHER, 71, of Captain Cook, Hawai'i, died Jan. 4, 2002. Born in Santa Ana, Calif. A retired pilot and air traffic controller. Survived by wife, Barbara; sons, Scott and Steven; three grandchildren; mother, Dorris Peterson; sister, Natalie. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at Kahikolu Church, Captain Cook; service 10 a.m.; scattering of ashes at Honaunau Bay. Casual or aloha attire.      [Adv 20/1/2002]

 

WILLIAM JOSEPH MERLO, 85, of Honolulu, died Jan. 27, 2002. Born in St. Louis. Former Fort Derussy commander and retired Army colonel. Survived by son, Dr. Richard; two grandsons; two great-granddaughters. Memorial service 3 p.m. Monday at Arcadia Retirement Residence chapel. Inurnment later at Resurrection Cemetery, St. Louis. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.

 

WILLIAM ALBERT MERRYMAN, 68, of Kapolei, died July 17, 2002. Born in Oakland, Calif. Retired from U.S. Navy, and a Veteran of Foreign Wars of Hawaii state quartermaster. Survived by wife, Augusta "Jan"; son, Keith Kealii; daughters, Mahealani, Rosalie Johnson, Wanda Craig and Leikula Carr; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; sister, Alice Buwalda. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. No flowers. Aloha attire.   [Adv 22/7/2002]

 

BEATRICE "Aunty Bea" AHSAM NAHUINA MERSEBURGH , 82, died July 6, 2002. Born in Pololu, Kohala, Hawai'i. Survived by sisters, Emma Ulmer and Margaret Perreira; children, Eleanor Mims, Oliver, Carl, and Kathleen Paiva; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren. California service held. Arrangements by Daniels Chapel of the Roses, Santa rosa, Calif. Private inurnment at Sacred Heart Catholic church cemetery, Hawi, Hawai'i.   [Adv 19/7/2002]

 

Constantine Mertvagos, 89, of Kailua-Kona, a retired interpreter for the United Nations, died Friday Feb 15, 2002 in the Life Care Center of Kona. He was born in Helsinki, Finland. He is survived by wife Ann, son Peter Mertvago, and two stepgrandchildren. Graveside service: 11 a.m. tomorrow at Kona Memorial Park. Burial to follow.    [SB 20/2/2002]

 

HYMAN ROBERT METTER, 86, of Honolulu, died Oct. 4, 2002. Born in Rochester, N.Y. A World War II veteran of the 163rd Infantry serving in combat in Europe. Survived by sons, Richard, Gary and Steve; eight grandchildren. Service 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, Calif. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.      [Adv 10/10/2002]

 

AMABEL PIILEHUA MEYER, 70, of Honolulu, died July 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retried food preparer for Sky Chef. Survived by daughters, Annabell Amian and Diane Tateno; brothers, Andrew and Bert Vega and Dennis Naauao; sister, Janet Vega; four grandchildren; great-grandchild. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Aloha attire.      [Adv 20/7/2002]

 

FLORENCE MAY MEYER , 70, of Kapulena, Honoka'a, Hawai'i, died July 6, 2002. Born in Pa'auhau, Hawai'i. An employee of the former Paauhau Federal Credit Union. Survived by husband, Henry Jr.; son, Gordon; daughters, Janice Tolentino, Kathy Stone and Serena Meyer; brother, Edwin Reucia; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Honoka'a; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the church; prayer service 10 a.m.; burial at the church cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.      [Adv 10/7/2002]

 

HANNAH J. MEYER, 94, of Moloka'i, died March 6, 2002. Born in Kamalo, Moloka'i. A retired bookkeeper. Survived by daughter, Melva Naki; brother, Otto Meyer; grandsons, Benjamin and James Naki; granddaughter, Roxanne French; 10 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandsons. Graveside services Saturday at R.W. Meyer Cemetery, Kala'e, Moloka'i. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 17/3/2002]

 

REBECCA "BECKY" K. "CROWDER" MEYER, 61, of Honolulu, died Aug. 13, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Frederick "Fred" Jr.; sons, Frederick III, Kurt and Aaron; daughters, Theresa Meyer and Kellyanne Sabalboro; grandson, Jonathan Kekoa Sabalboro; brothers, George, Joseph and Bertram Crowder; sisters, Elvina Alexander, Margaret Freitas and Gladys Crowder. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at St. Philomena's Church; Mass 7:30 p.m. Private burial at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 19/8/2002]

 

WILLIAM LEO MEYER, 49, of Honolulu, died Feb. 7, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by brother, Jacob; sisters, Sharon Texeira, gladiola Meyer, Carol Szadkowski and Lana Meyer. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 28/2/2002]

 

THOMAS LINDSEY KANAKANU MEYERS , 48, of Wai'anae, died May 22, 2002. Born in Nanakuli. Hawai'i state labor union worker. Survived by son, Monic Kaapuni; granddaughter, Taylor; father, Thomas; stepmother, Tammy; brothers, Carl "Kalani," Bushrod, Arthur, Glenn and Ozzie; sisters, Charmaine, Monalisa Long, Debbie and Trinidad Septimo; step-brother, Kelvin Ongory-Matsushima. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11 a.m. Burial 2 p.m. at Nanakuli Homestead Cemetery. Casual or aloha attire.    [Adv 11/6/2002]

 

ALBERT MICHELY, 74, of San Francisco, died Oct. 30, 2002. Born in Michelbach, Germany. A research assistant at the University of Hawai'i and 34-year resident of Hawai'i. Survived by wife, Carol; son, Albert; sisters, Agnes Batis, Maria Gerund, Marga Thome and Rita Weber; brothers, Theodore, Ludwig, Frank and Heinz; two grandchildren. Private service. Memorial donations to the American Cancer Society or a favorite charity. Arrangements by Neptune Society of Northern California, One Loraine Court, San Francisco, CA 94118.    [Adv 16/11/2002]

 

HELEN TERUE MICHIOKA, 83, of Honolulu, died Oct. 11, 2002. Born in Kekaha, Kaua'i. Retired as a legal secretary for Ashford & Winston and Victoria Ward. Survived by son, Ronald; daughters, Michi Shimamoto, Arlene Masuda and Diane Rogers; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; brother, Harold Fujita; sisters, Katherine Awaya, Flora Kuwaye and Sharla Kamoto. Service 6 p.m. Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.        [Adv 20/10/2002]

 

WATARU MICHIOKA, 86, of Wailuku, Maui, died Oct. 8, 2002. Born in Lahaina, Maui. A dispatch clerk for Maui County Road Division. Survived by wife, Kay; son, Edward; daughters, Jan Yokoyama, Kay Hishinuma and Suzanne Buenaventura; eight grandchildren; brothers, Tadashi, Richard and Mike Misaki; sisters, Eilleen Pate and Irene Iwane. Visitation 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at Kahului Union Church; service 10:30 a.m. Urn burial 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.      [Adv 11/10/2002]

 

EUGENIO ANTONIO MICO, 91, of Honolulu, died Aug. 8, 2002. Born in Asingan, Pangasinan, Philippines. A member of South Iloco Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. Survived by wife, Teresita Felipe; son, Eugene Jr.; cousin, Virgie Castillo. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 7 p.m. Cremation to follow.    [Adv 28/8/2002]

 

JOHN KILIA MIA , 55, of Waimanalo, died April 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by sisters, Alice Hare and Shirley; brothers, George and Jeremiah. Service 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at Waimanalo Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Private scattering of ashes. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.   [Adv 12/4/2002]

 

SHARI JOANNE MIDDLETON, 61, of Kane'ohe, died July 17, 2002. Born in Oregon. Retired Windward Marine Resort general manager. Survived by son, Michael Neale; daughters, Tami Wong and Debra Chong; 12 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brother, Greg Wagner. Service 3 p.m. Friday at Windward marine Resort. No flowers; donations to the grandchildren. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.   [Adv 24/7/2002]

 

ELEANOR RODRIGUES MIGUEL , 78, of 'Ohi'a, Moloka'i, died Aug. 24, 2002. Born on Moloka'i. Survived by sons, Charles and Kenneth; daughter, Linda Place; brothers, Bobby Rodrigues, Francis Rodrigues and Andrew Rodrigues; sisters, Margaret Ching, Lucy Flores and Diane Sotherland; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. and service 10:30 a.m. Sept. 7 at Kala'ikamanu Houe Church Hall, Kalama'ula, Moloka'i. Burial to follow at Kapa'akea Cemetery. Arrangements by Molokai Mortuary.   [Adv 31/8/2002]

 

JOHN MIGUEL SR., 81, of Honolulu, died Dec. 13, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i A retired Hawaiian Electric computer systems programmer, retired FAA computer systems analyst, member of Hawai'i National Guard Armory and member and organist at the Blessed Sacrament Church. Survived by wife, Eliza "Jackie"; sons, John Jr., Michael and Paul; daughters, Karen Gunningham, Donna Peiler and Lisa Sugiyama; sisters, Abelina Aders and Florence Menor; six grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; eulogy 10 a.m.; service 10:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.     [Adv 18/12/2002]

 

LAURING "LALI" MIGUEL, 63, of Kualapu'u, Moloka'i, died May 17, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. A homemaker and former student monitor at Kualapu'u Elementary School. Survived by husband, Blas; sons, Blas Tadio, Mark, Perry and Justin; daughters, Anita Okimoto, Lydia Tadio, Darna and Helena Miguel and Corina Bloch; brothers, Marciel Tadeo, Dennis Tadio and Jerry Tadio; sisters, Priscilla Tabil, Rosemary Kotalik, Nancy Vogt and Leilani Toledo; nine grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Visitation 6 p.m. Wednesday at St. Sophia Catholic Church, Kaunakakai, Moloka'i; service 8 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Thursday at the church; Mass 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Kapa'akea Cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 29/5/2002]

 

AYAKO K. "CLARA" MIHARA, 87, of Honolulu, died Feb. 25, 2002. Born in Waialua. A retired Federal Housing Administration clerk stenographer. Survived by husband, Kazuo; brother, Chester Kainuma. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary. [Adv 12/3/2002]

 

JEFFREY "JIGGS" WAYNE MIHARA , 46, of Kalaheo, Kaua'i, died June 20, 2002. Born in Lihu'e, Kaua'i. A welder. Survived by father, Thomas; mother, Julia; brothers, Steven and Robert; fiance, Cindy Espirito. Visitation 9 to 10:45 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial to follow at the church cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kauai'i Mortuary.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

EDNA HARUE MIIKE, 91, of Honolulu, died April 4, 2002. Born in Waialua. A homemaker. Survived by sons, James and Lawrence; daughters, Arlene Yoneyama, Evelyn Milke and Mary Ann Zoota; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters, Margaret Kakesako, Frances Takeshita, Lillian Kano, Mildred Nomura and Dorothy Teraoka. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 11/4/2002]

 

LINDA AIKO MIIKE, 60, of Honolulu, died July 23, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired president for Kahana Gems Inc. Survived by husband, Benjamin; brother, Frank and Soken Itomura; sisters, Kathleen Chun-Ming, Hideko Ishibashi, Sue Yamamoto and Sachi Cox. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.       [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

Elaine Namiko Mikami, 81, of Honolulu, a retired Ilima Hotel head housekeeper, died Friday Dec 6, 2002 in Kuakini Medical Center. She was born in Hilo. She is survived by sons Sidney, Herbert and Gerald Suenishi; daughter Harriet Kaku; brothers Charles, Shigeki, Jerry and Harold Maesaka; sisters Nora Spears and Margaret Masaoka; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Monday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Casual attire. No flowers.     [SB 11/122002]

 

YOSHIKO MIKAMI, 94, of Waipahu, died April 28, 2002. Born in Waipahu. Retired from Hamada Okazuya and a member of Waipahu Hongwanji. Survived by sons, Gilbert and Russell; daughters, June Kubo, Hilda Kunishige, Evelyn Harakuni and Rose Tokioka; brother, Ronald Saiki; sisters, Tsutayo Emomoto, Ellen Takiguchi, Ann Miyaji and Vivian Koizumi; 19 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.  [Adv 5/5/2002]

 

JEAN YOSHIE MIKASA, 77, of Honolulu, died May 13, 2002. Born in Port Allen, Kaua'i. A retired U.S. Government Naval Facility Engineering Command Pacific Division accounting supervisor at Pearl Harbor. Survived by husband, Keichi; son, Marc Randal; daughter, Julienne Filbrich; six grandchildren; sisters, Alice Yoshimura, Mitsue Mizuo, Masayo Watamura, Hazel Park and Betty Robyn-Ross. Private service held. No monetary gifts. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 21/5/2002]

 

MEMORY "DOLLY" MILARE , 53, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died May 10, 2002. Born in Pahala, Hawai'i. A homemaker. Survived by daughters, Ursula Milare-Sambrana, Nanette and Vanessa; two grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. to noon next Friday at the mortuary; service noon; burial to follow at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire.   [Adv 24/5/2002]

 

CAYATANA D. MILCA, 92, of Ha'iku, Maui, died June 30, 2002. Survived by daughter, Lourdes Bernard, and three other daughters in the Philippines; 27 grandchildren; 61 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.      [Adv 7/7/2002]

 

ANTHONY JOHN MILEO, 79, of Honolulu, died Feb. 26, 2002. Born in New York City. A retired business owner and avid tennis player. Survived by wife, Eileen; daughters, Laurie O'Sullivan and Janice Mileo; sister, Helen Penna; four grandchildren. Private family service. No flowers. Memorial donations to International Myeloma Foundation, Los Angeles, Calif. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.   [Adv 28/2/2002]

 

PAUL MILES, 84, of Honolulu, died March 29, 2002. Born in Indiana. The owner of The Foot Print Company. Survived by wife, Gwen; son, Kuu La. Service 11 a.m. Saturday at Calvary Chapel of Honolulu. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.  [Adv 7/4/2002]

 

JUAN LAZO MILLARE, 91, of Kukuihaele, Hawai'i, died Feb. 6, 2002. Born in the Philippines. A retired Hamakua Sugar Company truck driver. Survived by wife, Elizabeth; sons, Presley and Scott; daughters, Dayna Braun, Maycel Sakamoto and Doreen Salomon; brothers, Isidro and Calixto; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. today at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church; Mass 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Honoka'a Catholic Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.    [Adv 9/2/2002]

 

BEAUTRUSS "BEA" "SWEETIE" KALEIONAONA HUSSEY MILLER, 70, of Kahuku, died March 15, 2002. Retired as the food-and-beverage cashier at the Hyatt Regency Maui. Survived by children, Eassie Jr., Alberta, Ellsworth, Ivanelle "Ivy" Kahalepuna and Roger; mother, Adele Hussey; brother, Clyde Hussey; sister, Juanita "Midge" Kanaha; 11 grandchildren; a great-grandson. Visitation 6 p.m. tomorrow at Kahuku Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, service 7 p.m. Additional services and burial Saturday on Maui. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 20/3/2002]

 

EUGENE WALTER MILLER, 75, of Honolulu, died Oct. 18, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A fire battalion chief. Survived by wife, Connie; daughter, Jan Thomas; sons, Eugene Jr. and Robert; brothers, Ernest, Alfred, Jason and Terry; sisters, Louise Galang, Violet Santiago, Angeline Hernandez and Dorothy Marciel-Cler; nine grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 to 9:15 a.m. Monday at Star of the Sea Church; Mass 9:15 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary.    [Adv 23/10/2002]

 

JULIET NAGTALON MILLER, 68, of Kane'ohe, died May 21, 2002. Born in Waipahu. A retired sales clerk for Liberty House Penthouse at Windward Mall. Survived by sons, Jack, Jim and Rob; daughter, Lise; seven grandchildren; sister, Helen. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m.; private inurnment.    [Adv 23/5/2002]

 

KAPONO KAUKAOHU MILLER , 23, Kea'au, Hawai'i, died Sept. 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A plumber for Carvalho's Plumbing Service. Survived by fiancée, Missy Oda; daughters, Kadence and Keilah; father, Calvin; mother, Irmgaard; brothers, Sean and Drake; sister, Janna; grandparents, Calvin Miller, Beatrice Miller and Rose Ahuna. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 7 p.m. Cremation to follow. Casual attire.     [Adv 8/9/2002]

 

LEAH MERGARET DIETZ MILLER, 92, of San Jose, Calif., former of San Bruno, Calif. and Hawai'i, died March 24, 2002. Born in Fort Hall, Idaho. Employed by the Department of Social Services, The Queen's Medical Center, Palama Settlement, American Red Cross and USDA Department of Entomology. Survived by nieces, Charlotte McCleery Duerksen, Elizabeth McCleery Bright and Eleanor Dietz Kuehn. Donations to P.E.O Sisterhood Scholar Awards, P.E.O. Executive Office, 3700 Grand Ave., Des Moines, IA 50312.  [Adv 7/4/2002]

 

Phillip Taylor Miller, 33, of Pukalani, Maui, owner of Phillip T. Miller General Contractors, died Sunday Nov 10, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He was born in La Jolla, Calif. He is survived by son Mason T.; daughter Haven G.; mother Leigh Scheffing; father Taylor; fiancee Jennifer Heidel; brothers Christopher and Andrew Scheffing; sisters Gloria DaPra, Jennifer Benson, Erika Vaughan and Stacey Miller; and grandparent Nan Meeler. Services: 10 a.m. Thursday at Ballard Family Mortuary. Call after 9 a.m. Cremation to follow. Private burial to be held at a later date.       [SB 12/11/2002]

 

ROBERT J. MILLER, 86, of Honolulu, died April 14, 2002. Born in Samoa, Calif. Founder of Kamaaina Vision Center (later The Eyeglass Shoppe, Atkinson Drive) and Miller Marine Sales at Ala Wai Marina; also a founding member of Waikiki Yacht Club. Survived by son, Anthony; daughter, Sandra; three grandchildren; a great-granddaughter. Private service; ashes to be scattered at sea. No flowers; donations to Hawaii or Waikiki yacht clubs' junior sailing programs. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 18/4/2002]

 

SUE SUMIYE WADAHARA MILLER, 78, of Kane'ohe, died June 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Private secretary to the city physician; administrative assistant to Gov. John Burns; and retired real estate agent. Survived by husband, Clyde "Roy"; sons, Leroy, John and David Wadahara; six grandchildren; brothers, Victor and Steve Nakamura; sister, Ruth Uramoto. Memorial service 6 p.m. Monday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Aloha attire.     [Adv 20/6/2002]

 

MAJOR WILLIAM COBB MILLER, 83, of Honolulu, died Feb. 4, 2002. Born in Macon, Ga. A decorated World War II pilot and former POW retired from the U.S. Air Force. Survived by wife, Jane; sons, Bill and Chuck Miller and Michael Wheeler; daughters, Teri McCready and Lisa Foley; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Committal service 2 p.m. Thursday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Memorial donations to the Assistance League of Hawaii. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 6/2/2002]

 

Alice Hahoiloni Miller-Henderson, 77, of Hilo, a retired cook, died Thursday Nov 21, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. She was born in Waialua. She is survived by son Albert E. and Charles G. Miller; daughters Lucille K. Sataraka, Georgia L. Lybbert, Alice H. Erickson, Jan P. Kalama and Lenore N. Aki; brothers Henry, Edward and Thomas Wharton; sister Miriam Chun; 22 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Services: 12:30 p.m. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pearl City 2nd Ward, New Town Estates, 98-530 Kaahele St., Aiea. Call after 11:30 a.m. Casual attire.     [SB 27/11/2002]

 

KATHERINE MARAN MILLIGAN, 81, of Wai'anae, died March 15, 2002. Born in Huntington, N.Y. A homemaker. Survived by son, Theron Smith; daughter, Arlene Mayfield; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 20/3/2002]

 

Joshua Makaala Mills, infant son of parents Kimberly and Greg, of Kula, Maui, died Monday Sep 2, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He was born in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He is also survived by brother Elijah; grandparents Tom and Janice Mills and Diane and John Chavez; and great-grandparents Ester Halsall, Eleanor Mills and Lucy DeLeon. Private services.    [SB 6/9/2002]

 

Queenie B. Mills - A memorial gathering in honor of Queenie B. Mills, a former Punahou School principal and innovator in child development as well as human-pet relationships, will begin at 11 a.m. tomorrow at O'ahu Cemetery. Mills was 89 when she died Aug. 6 in Urbana, Ill. Her remains are being interred in the Monsarrat family plot, where the memorial is taking place. After earning bachelor's and master's degrees from New York University, Mills worked at Punahou from 1946 to 1951, serving as principal of the lower elementary school from 1947 to 1949. She then continued her education, earning degrees in nursing and child development, respectively, at Fifth Avenue Hospital, New York City, and the University of Illinois, where she retired as professor emeritus. At the university's Child Development Laboratory, she started one of the country's first intervention programs for preschool children from low-income families in 1964. The following year, she was a member of the group that designed and launched the national Head Start program. In her retirement, Mills became a national advocate for animal welfare and the therapeutic use of animals for the elderly and infirm. She was a founding member of the board of the Delta Society, a nonprofit organization that supports education in the therapeutic application of the human-animal bond; she also founded the national Pet-a-Pet program. She was a frequent Hawai'i visitor and a lifelong friend of Eloise Monsarrat, who was a Punahou teacher while Mills served as principal. She has no survivors. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Queenie B. Mills Endowment Fund, Champaign County Humane Society, 1911 East Main St., Urbana, IL 61802.   [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

CHRISTINA MILNE, 9, of Waipahu, died Oct. 20, 2002. Born in Majuro, Marshall Islands. Survived by parents, Elfred and Bera; brothers, Freddy, Fredrick and Isaac; grandparents, Naime and Aite Isaac and Bear and Holton Milne. Visitation 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Waipahu Stake Center; service 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Laie Cemetery. Arrangements by Woolsey-Hosoi Mortuary Services.     [Adv 28/10/2002]

 

LLOYD ALBERT MILNER, 90, of Honolulu, died Dec. 29, 2002. Born in Minnesota. A retired Northwest Airlines pilot. Survived by wife, Kay; daughters, Sandra and Pauline; two grandchildren. Celebration of life and songs 3 p.m. Sunday at Calvary-by-the-Sea. Committal service 3 p.m. Tuesday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 10/012003]

 

TAAVILIAFI K. MILO, 73 of 'Ewa Beach, died March 16, 2002. Born in Tau Manua, American Samoa. A deacon at the First Samoan Full Gospel Pentecostal Church. Survived by brother, Gautuli; sisters, Auatea, Vasa, Fa'alevela, Fa'atuli and Atalagi; sons, David, Faimafili, Sione, Taavili and Semanu; daughters, Eseta and Ituelua; 16 granddaughters; nine grandsons; five great-grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [Adv 22/3/2002]

 

FREDERICK D. MIMS, 52, of Honolulu, died Aug. 24, 2002. Born in Pennsylvania. A Vietnam veteran. No known survivors. Committal service 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services. [Adv 15/9/2002]

 

Kenneth "Ken" Min, 57, of Kailua-Kona, a Wackenhut of Hawaii branch manager and a U.S. Air Force veteran, died Thursday   Aug 1, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. He was born in North Kona, Hawaii. He is survived by wife Judith K., sons Charles M. and Malcolm W. Fujihara, daughters Claudia Min-Rifsdal and Melveena R. Mills, mother Hannah Kiwaha, brothers Herbert and Wayne Kiwaha, sisters Victoria Dinson and Jacqueline Torres and six grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Mokuaikaua Church on Alii Drive in Kailua-Kona. Call after 9 a.m. Burial to follow at West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery, Queen Kaahumanu Highway 19, Mile 89, Kailua-Kona. Aloha attire. No flowers.   [SB 7/8/2002]

 

FAUSTO MOTIA MINDORO, 94, of Honolulu, died july 26, 2002. Born in Romlon, Philippines. Retired Diamond Head Memorial Park caretaker. Survived by daughter, Mercedes Schmucker; brothers, Pedro and Ernest; sisters, Mary Pardon, Asuncion Galvin; four granddaughters; nine great-grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire.       [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

GEORGE NOBUO MINE, 78, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died jan. 21, 2002. Born in Honoka'a, Hawai'i. Retired American Red Cross field representative; Hawai'i County, Department of Research and Development, employee; Jack's Tours tour guide; 442nd Regimental Combat Team veteran, and World War II prisoner of war. Survived by wife, Tomiko; son, Claton; daughters, Caryn and Shari; sister, Mitsue Okimoto; two grandchildren. Visitation 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday at dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 4 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 24/1/2002]

 

MERVIN KALAIHAU MINER, 69, of 'Ewa Beach, died May 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by brothers, William "Peter" and Bert; sister, Philomina "Piilani" Wrege. Cemetery committal service 10:30 a.m. Friday at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 24/6/2002]

 

PATSY TAKEMOTO MINK - Patsy Takemoto Mink, who personified liberal Democratic politics in Hawai'i and Washington for more than 40 years, died yesterday after battling viral pneumonia for more than a month. She was 74. Mink was the first minority woman to serve in Congress. Over the course of 24 years at the Capitol, she never wavered from her role as a proud, partisan, liberal feminist Democrat who always chose her own path, even when it was a solitary one. Mink was a primary force behind the landmark Title IX legislation that opened up school athletics and academics to women in 1972. She was involved in writing scores of other significant laws affecting families and women, from early childhood education initiatives to family medical leave. She had been running for re-election to the 2nd District, representing rural O'ahu and the Neighbor Islands. Mink's name will remain on the Nov. 5 ballot. If she wins, the seat will be declared vacant and a special election will be held 60 to 120 days later. Mink's office announced her death in a statement released about 1 p.m. yesterday. It said her husband, John, and daughter, Gwendolyn, had been at her side since she was hospitalized Aug. 30 at Straub Clinic & Hospital. The viral pneumonia was brought on by a case of chickenpox. Mink was placed in the intensive care unit Sept. 1. Her death drew condolences from across the state and nation. "It's a great loss for Hawai'i and our nation. But in a way, it's a personal loss for me because her political career almost parallels mine," said U.S. Sen. Dan Inouye. "But her career was a brilliant one. She was the great voice and advocate of women's rights, not just freedom of choice but college sports. She was a great voice for peace and education, and she will be sorely missed in the Congress." U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta called Mink "an American hero," and described her as "an inspiring voice for the people of her state, and for the forgotten, the disenfranchised, the poor." "Patsy was a petite woman with a powerful voice and a peerless reputation as a champion for equal opportunity, civil rights and education. She was a courageous and tenacious leader whose lifetime of public service made Hawai'i a better place," said U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka in a statement. In addition to her years in Congress, Mink served in the Hawai'i Territorial Legislature, in the U.S. Interior Department under President Jimmy Carter and on the Honolulu City Council. At various points in her career she ran unsuccessfully for Honolulu mayor, governor, U.S. senator, and briefly in 1972 for president, as a symbol of protest against the Vietnam War. Mink, who earned her law degree in 1951 but was drawn almost immediately to politics, devoted her entire adult life to public office, serving in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1965 to 1977 and from 1990 to 2002. She said she never thought of retiring. "I'm not ready to turn it over to anybody," she said in 2000, explaining why she was running for yet another term in the House, at age 72. "I don't feel my work has come to an end. I still see so much that needs to be done." Mink always considered herself a "Kennedy liberal," who came into office as part of the huge Lyndon Johnson "coattails class" after President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Her immediate introduction into Johnson's "Great Society" style of activist politics stayed with her throughout her career, even as the country turned more conservative and other Democrats tried to slide quietly toward the political middle on issues such as national defense, tax cuts and spending on social programs. Yet once she was firmly established in Congress, Mink also had the luxury of rarely facing serious opposition from Democrats or Republicans. Most recently she was publicly skeptical of the government's response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. She raised concerns about the potential loss of civil liberties and the creation of a new Department of Homeland Security. And she was one of only 11 members of the House who refused to vote for a resolution condemning terrorist attacks on Israel, because she said the measure would have cut off diplomatic channels with the Palestinians. Mink joined the NAACP in the early days of the civil rights movement in the 1960s and had a nearly 100 percent voting record on votes that were supported by the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and the League of Conservation Voters. In 1992, McCall's magazine named her one of the 10 best politicians in Congress. Her brash style and unwavering commitment to social causes often put her at odds with more conservative members of Congress, and even with members of the Hawai'i congressional delegation. Mink was a passionate Democrat, but she was anything but a quiet loyalist within the Hawai'i party. In fact, she operated somewhat as an outsider, loyal to her own agenda but not necessarily to that of people who sought to maintain political control above all else. And she was never much of a glad-hander, whether it be at political functions or even her own campaign events. She was private and somewhat aloof — some would say gruff — and made it clear that she was never terribly concerned about what people thought of her, personally or politically. On several occasions — and at least once successfully — party insiders tried to keep Mink off the official Hawai'i delegation to a national nominating convention. She listened to her own convictions, not to the dictates of party leaders. Born into the Maui plantation community of Pa'ia on Dec. 6, 1927, to Suematsu and Mitama Takemoto, Mink's first taste of leadership came as student-body president and valedictorian at Maui High School in 1944. Fascinated by what she called "life processes," she began pre-medical studies at the University of Hawai'i. She transferred to a small college in Pennsylvania, then to the University of Nebraska, where she fought and won a battle against segregated student housing. After returning to Manoa to graduate, Mink took a job at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, but became restless. She applied to dozens of Mainland medical schools but was rejected by all because of her gender. She decided to try law school and was accepted by the prestigious University of Chicago. There, she met John F. Mink of Pennsylvania, a doctoral student in geology. They were married in 1951 and soon had their only child.  The Mink family moved to Honolulu, and Patsy Mink began a private law practice, the first Japanese American woman attorney in Hawai'i. But as an Asian woman, she recalled years later, she simply was not well accepted by the legal "club" of the day. She quickly realized that unless she worked actively to change things, she would never get anywhere professionally. "I didn't start off wanting to be in politics," she once told a reporter. "I wanted to be a learned professional, serving the community. But they weren't hiring women just then. Not being able to get a job from anybody changed things." Her frustration pushed her to join the Democratic Party at a meeting at Mabel Smyth Auditorium in Honolulu. When the Young Democrats organization was born at the party's 1954 convention, Mink was chosen president, an early sign that she never would be satisfied simply to go along with the majority. Historian Lawrence Fuchs has written that the group was created precisely to keep returning war veterans such as Dan Inouye and Spark Matsunaga from taking control of the Democratic Party. Mink was elected to the Territorial House in 1956 and to the Territorial Senate in 1958. Her first electoral loss came in 1959, when she was defeated in the Democratic primary race for Congress by up-and-comer Inouye. She returned to the state Senate, where she chaired the Education Committee. But Mink kept her eye on Congress, and in 1964 was elected to her first term. Mink stood out simply as a woman and an Asian in the nearly all-white, all-male House of Representatives. Her blunt, forceful, even harsh style of speaking — especially on such issues as civil rights, public education and the Vietnam War — gave Mink national exposure. "She didn't mind believing in things and letting people know about it," said former Lt. Gov. Tom Gill, who served in Congress from 1962 to 1964. In 1966, she won re-election by the highest vote tally ever recorded at that time in the state. Mink was one of the earliest and loudest opponents in Congress to the war in Vietnam, and she accompanied fellow Rep. Bella Abzug of New York to Paris to talk to participants in the Vietnam War peace talks. It was a position that did not endear her to many of her own constituents, and also grated on the politically influential Hawai'i veterans of World War II. During a heated 1968 re-election campaign against former Mayor Neal Blaisdell, her opponents painted her as "a friend of Hanoi" and "Patsy Pink" because of her anti-war voting record. Despite criticism, Mink held to what she believed was right. "I don't think that weighing the mail is the answer," she once explained. Mink won 2 percent of the vote in Oregon's 1972 Democratic presidential primary in a campaign that made the withdrawal from Vietnam its only issue. Even as a critic of the war, Mink found she could count on strong support from organized labor, and from the $5 and $10 backers upon whom she had always relied. Mink and Abzug joined forces again to move feminist causes from the political fringe to the mainstream. In what is perhaps Mink's must enduring legacy, she was among the authors of the landmark Women's Educational Equity Act, known as Title IX, which required equal support for men and women in academics and athletics at any institution receiving federal money. The law triggered a boom in women's college athletics programs. "She earned an honored place in American history as the author of Title IX," said U.S. Rep. Neil Abercrombie, who represents Hawai'i's 1st District. "Her legacy survives on every school and college campus in America." After 12 years in the U.S. House, Mink sought a seat in the Senate in 1976, but lost the Democratic primary to Hawai'i's other House member, Spark M. Matsunaga. In 1977, President Jimmy Carter named Mink assistant secretary of state for oceans and international, environmental and scientific affairs. Later she became president of the liberal political action group Americans for Democratic Action, a national post she held for three years. The group tried to promote her as a potential vice presidential candidate. Back on O'ahu and living in Waipahu in 1983, she was elected to the City Council and served more than two years as chairwoman. Clearly restless and missing the ability to influence more than zoning regulations, Mink ran for governor in 1986 but lost in the primary. Two years later, she ran for Honolulu mayor and lost. In 1990, she got another shot at Congress when Daniel Akaka was appointed to fill the Senate vacancy left by the death of Spark Matsunaga. She won the special election to serve out Akaka's term in the House. But the Capitol she returned to was a far different place than it had been in the 1970s. Old liberal friends such as Abzug were long gone, many of them replaced by a new breed of centrist Democrat less friendly to labor and expansive social programs. When Republicans took over the House in 1994, Mink found herself marginalized, and still unwilling to compromise, found also that her legislation languished. In addition to her husband and daughter, Mink is survived by her brother, Eugene Takemoto of 'Aiea. Funeral arrangements are pending. The family asked that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Patsy Takemoto Mink Education Fund for Low-Income Women and Children, which the family plans to establish in her honor.     [Adv 29/9/2002]

 

MATILDA MINODA, 85, of Honolulu, died Dec. 2, 2002. Born in Hololoa, Hawai'i. Survived by husband, Charles; son, Robert Thomas; daughter, Edna Thomas; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brother, Alfred DeGuair. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial 1:30 p.m. at Nuuanu Memorial Park.      [Adv 09/12/2002]

 

TIMOTHY OLKERIIL MINOR , 65, of Mililani, died April 29, 2002. Born in Palau. Survived by mother, Dirrainglai Meltel; a daughter; three sisters; two brothers; a grandson. Service 5 p.m. today at Oahu Cemetery. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.  [Adv 3/5/2002]

 

EDYTHE MARIE MINTON, 93, of Pa'ia, Maui and La Mesa, Calif., died Aug. 26, 2002. Born in Kansas. Member of the Sweet Adelines. Survived by husband, Francis; daughters, Carol Nigro and Coreen Gardella; four grandchildren. No services. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.    [Adv 29/8/2002]

 

LILY SUGAWA MIRAM, 77, of Hale'iwa, died Oct. 7, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by son, Lee; stepchildren, Augustine Jr. and Abraham; daughter, Gloria; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; brothers, Ben and Richard Sugawa; sister, Dollie Brierley. Private service held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.        [Adv 20/10/2002]

 

HARRIET ALVES MIRANDA , 74, of Honolulu, died July 5, 2002. Born in Kula, Maui. Kaiser Medical Center registered nurse, and member of Portuguese Pioneer Civic Association. Survived by husband, Alex; daughters, Joann Miranda-Paiva, Susan Miranda and Karin Kosnoff; brother, Harold Vares; sisters, Mabel, Ruth Dawson and Marie Wellwood; seven grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Patrick Church, Kaimuki; Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial 12:45 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.       [Adv 15/7/2002]

 

GEORGE GUNJI MISHIMA, 77, of Honolulu, died Aug. 20, 2002. Born in 'Ola'a, Hawai'i. Retired federal government accountant for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Survived by wife, Kiyoko; sons, David and Michael; grandson, Tyler; sisters, Edith Ford and Judy Glay. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv /9/2002]

 

SUMIE MISHIMA , 86, of 'Aiea, died May 19, 2002. Born in Waiakea, Hawai'i. A member of Aiea Hongwanji. Survived by sons, Alan and Myles; daughters, Florence Hopps and Lily Apo; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brother, Kiyoshi Miyahara. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.     [Adv 5/6/2002

 

LILY TESHIMA MISHINA, 73, of Honolulu, died March 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A system analyst for the Department of Defense. Survived by husband, Ishio; son, Craig; daughter, Joan Tsuji. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 10/3/2002]

 

SHARON LEIONALANI MISHINA, 57, of Honolulu, died Oct. 31, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired medical doctor. Survived by husband, Roger; mother, Lydia Horita; brothers, Howard and Gregg; sisters, Sandra Muraoka, Gayle Lum and Donna Horita. Visitation from 10 a.m. Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 10:45 a.m. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 02/11/2002]

 

HOWARD YOSHIAKI MITA , 84, of Wahiawa, died July 8, 2002. Born in Waialua. Survived by wife, Elaine; son, Stafford; daughters, Charlene Tsunezumi and Susan Chinen; brother, Wilfred; sister, Kathryn Tokushima; five grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 17/7/2002]

 

DARLENE M. MITCHELL, 77, of Honolulu , died Jan. 5, 2002. Born in Illinois. A writer. Survived by husband, Wilbur "Buyd"; daughter, Shari Feliksiak; sons, Timothy and Dennis. Private service. Donations may be made to Alzheimer's Association Aloha Chapter or Hawaii Heart Association. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 9/1/2002]

 

EVERARD THOMAS MITCHELL, 90, of Honolulu, died Aug. 4, 2002. Born in Liberal, Kan. Retired federal worker. Survived by wife, Balbina; son, Everard; daughters, Veronica Souza and Susan Tannarome; brother, Howard; sister, Geraldine Wolf; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Services held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 12/8/2002]

 

KENNETH J. MITCHELL , 80, of Kane'ohe, died Sept. 23, 2002. Born in Toledo, Ohio. Retired from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Public Works Center. Survived by wife, Auroa; daughters, Kathleen Walter, Shannon Durham, Colleen Rawlins and Kelly; sons, Timothy and Michael; five grandsons; three granddaughters; a great-grandson. Private service held.  [Adv 28/9/2002]

 

Preston Jay Mitchell, 46, of Kihei, Maui, a carpenter, died Tuesday May 14, 2002 at home. He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is survived by parents Ralph and Lois and stepbrothers Gordon and Gregory MacLachlan. Private services.     [SB 19/5/2002]

 

Walter R. Mitchell II, also known as "Papa Fig" and "The Jolly Brown Giant," 60, of Waialua died June 10, 2002 at home. He was born in Cincinnati. He is survived by his father, sister, three children and grandson. Services: 11 a.m. Monday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Kapaa Chapel. Call after 9 a.m. Burial to follow at Kapaa County Cemetery.      [SB 19/6/2002]

 

HERBERT HISASHI MITSUDA , 60, of Honolulu, died July 22, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Survived by mother, Fumiko; brothers, Paul and Daniel; sisters, Alice and Lorraine Kameda. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 1/8/2002]

 

KIYOTO "MIKE" MITSUDA, 90, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Feb. 1, 2002. Born in Hiroshima, Japan. Proprietor of the former Mike's Aloha Service Station in Hilo. Survived by son, George; sister, Hisayo Dogawachi; five grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo, service 11 a.m. No flowers. Casual attire.          [Adv 3/2/2002]

 

ERIC KIYOTO MITSUI , 54, of Mililani, died Sept. 17, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed by Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Shop 51 as an electrical supervisor. Survived by wife, Karen; sons, Derek, Kevin and Devin; a granddaughter; father, Alfred; brothers, Bruce, Jason and Todd; sister, Shelley Sato. Visitation 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 5:30 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 03/10/2002]

 

MITSUTO "JOE" MITSUI, 79, of Pearl City, died Feb. 23, 2002. Born in Hanalei, Kaua'i, A veteran of the 442nd Infantry Regiment Medical Detachment. Survived by sons, Alvin, Owen, Randy and Russell; daughter, Karen Brookshire; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brothers, Saburo and Clayton; sisters, Sumiye "Betty" Ohta, Gladys Johiro and Beatrice Mahikoa. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 6:30 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 28/2/2002]

 

ROY MANABU MITSUKA, 93, of Wahiawa, died April 21, 2002. Born in Pahala, Hawai'i. Principal at 'O'okala, Ho-nomu, Kunia, Helemano, Waimalu and Wahiawa Elementary schools. Survived by wife, Margaret; daughter, Sharon Kurio; two grandchildren; great-granddaughter. Visitation 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Wahiawa United Methodist Church; service 5:30 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire. Donations may be made to Wahiawa Lions Club Site Conservation Fund. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.  [Adv 2/5/2002]

 

EDWARD HIDEO MITSUKADO, 90, of Honolulu, died Nov. 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired member of federal (Army) Military Intelligence Service. Survived by wife, Keiko. Service noon Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Inurnment 2 p.m. Dec. 3 at The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl.    [Adv 25/11/2002]

 

SHIRLEY TOYOKO "TOYO" MIURA, 63, of Pearl City, died June 21, 2002. Born in Waialua. Retired lunch supervisor at Hale'iwa Elementary School. Survived by son, Stewart; daughters, Tessie Yoshikawa, Muriel and Puanani; sisters, June Nakama, Sharon Shimomura, Beverly Yamashiro and Michel Milho; five grandchildren. Service 10 a.m. Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 10 a.m. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 3/7/2002]

 

MILDRED T. MIWA, 81, of Honolulu, died June 23, 2002. Born in Ka'u, Hawai'i. Retired owner of Nuuanu Floral. Survived by husband, George; son, John; daughter, Marjorie Kitahara; four grandchildren; brothers, Masao, Nobu and Francis Fujioka; sisters, Helen Ice, Yoshiko Fujioka, Sue Louis and Natsue Fujioka. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 972002]

 

ROBERT SEIGI MIYAGI, 73, of Honolulu, died May 27, 2002. Born in Ho-nolulu. Survived by wife, Mabel; daughters, Roxanne and Mary Miyagi, and Claire Harada; sons, Lyle and Clint; sisters, Tenny Craft and Sueko Oh Young; six grandchildren. Visitation 4 p.m. Sunday at Higashi Hongwanji Mission of Hawai'i; service 5 p.m. No flowers. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 4/6/2002]

 

KAREN ETSUKO MIYAHARA , 80, of 'Ewa, Wahiawa and Montabello, Calif., died Aug. 1, 2002. Survived by daughter, Merle Enriquez; son, Wayne; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sister, Miyako Ochikubo; brothers, Isamu and Wataru Kidani. Service and burial held at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Calif. Arrangements by White Emerson Mortuary, Whittier.   [Adv 9/8/2002]

 

SADO "SADA" MIYAHARA, 82, of Montebello, Calif., formerly of Wahiawa, died Jan. 1, 2002. Born in Waipahu. Survived by wife, Karen; daughter, Merle Enriquez; son, Wayne; brother, Hideo; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Service held; burial at Rose Hills Memorial, Whittier, Calif. Arrangements by White Emerson Mortuary, Whittier.      [Adv 23/1/2002]

 

EDWARD "EDDIE" MIYAHIRA, 83, of Honolulu, died June 5, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Retired state custodian. Survived by wife, Betty; brothers, Kametaro, Zenichi and Masao; sister, Doris Shiroma, Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.       [Adv 25/6/2002]

 

EIKICHI "EDDIE" MIYAHIRA , 83, of Honolulu, died June 5, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Retired state custodian. Survived by wife, Betty; brothers, Kametaro, Zenichi and Masao; sister, Doris Shiroma, Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

MASAO MIYAHIRA, 78, of Honolulu, died Sept. 14, 2002. Born in Pearl City. Retired carpenter and member of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Survived by brothers, Kametaro and Zenichi; sister, Doris Shiroma. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.  [Adv 23/9/002]

 

KIMIKO MIYAJI, 88, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died March 19, 2002. Born in Hilo. A retired AFLAC agent. Survived by son, Robert; daughters, Margaret Urata and Judith;, brothers, Richard and Stanley Watanabe; sister, Hideko Umoto; two grandchildren. Service held. No flowers. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.    [Adv 23/3/2002]

 

AKIKO MIYAKAWA, 86, of Honolulu, died Nov. 5, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired private housekeeper. Survived by brother, Kenji; nieces and nephews. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 19/11/2002]

 

ETSUO MIYAKE, 73, of 'Aiea, died June 15, 2002. Retired Walker-Moody Construction Co. carpenter. Survived by wife, Mitsuko; son, Lawrence; daughter, Emi Bourgeois; brothers, Ernest and Edwin; sisters, Kinue Osaki and Jane Kawamura; a granddaughter. Private memorial service held. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 24/6/2002]

 

TADAAKI "TAD" MIYAKE, 73, of Pearl City, died Oct. 3, 2002. Born in 'Ewa. Survived by wife, Alice; sons, Lance, Bryant, Milton and Alden; sister, Carol McMasters, Frances Nakamura, Kathy Robinson and Lillian Byrd; six grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.   [Adv 16/10/2002]

 

AGNES MIYAMOTO , 88, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i. died May 15, 2002. Born in Anahola, Kaua'i. Survived by sons, Paul and David; daughters, Janet Niitani and Mae Sekiya; 10 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; brother, Yoshio Shiraki; sister, Misayo Hashimoto. Visitation 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Lihu'e Hongwanji Mission; service 4:30 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.       [Adv 18/5/2002]

 

HATSUNORI MIYAMOTO, 97, of Honolulu, died April 2, 2002. Born in Honomu, Hawai'i. Member of Tanna Jinkai Club. Survived by son, Kenneth; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Memorial service 6 p.m. Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary. Inurnment 10 a.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 8/4/2002]

 

KAMAOLIPUA IRMGARD "KAMMY" MIYAMOTO, 75, of Kuli'ouou, died Dec. 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired State of Hawaii Department of Human Services, Foster Home Finding Unit supervisor. Survived by husband, Edmund; son, David; daughters, Diane "Dee Dee" Grace, Luukia Abbley and Helene Fergerstrom; 11 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brother, Henry "Nainoa" Thompson Jr. Visitation from 5:30 p.m. Friday at Community Church of Christ; service 6:30 p.m. Inurnment 10 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 23/12/2002]

 

LIONEL TORAO MIYAMOTO , 92, of Honolulu, died March 11, 2002. Retired insurance agent. Survived by wife, Teruyo; sons, Garrett and Vernon; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sister, Ruth Ogawa. No service. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 14/3/2002]

 

NOBUO MIYAMOTO, 84, of Kahului, Maui, died Feb. 2, 2002. A retired carpenter. Survived by wife, Asako; sons, Richard and Tommy; five grandchildren; brothers, Jack and Mitsuo; sisters, Grace Uno, Haruko Ueno and Michiko Nakaoka. Private family service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.    [Adv 8/2/2002]

 

PAUL TADASHI MIYAMOTO  - A memorial service for PAUL TADASHI MIYAMOTO , 76, who died Sept. 9, 2001, will be held 10 a.m. Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary. Visitation 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the mortuary. Inurnment 12:45 p.m. at Diamond Head Memorial Park. No flowers or donations at family's request. Prayers appreciated. A former Honolulu resident, he had moved to Alexandria, Va. and was a federal retiree. Survived by sons, Douglas and Gregg; daughter, Darlene Frick; brothers, Edmund and Daniel; sister, Lucille Calario; three grandchildren; a great-grandson.    [Adv 26/8/2002]

 

SADAO MIYAMOTO, 85, of Lana'i City, Lana'i, died Sept. 13, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Dole Company Lana'i Plantation. Survived by wife, Susan; daughters, Caroline Asuncion, Audrey Wong, Barbara Tolentino and Deborah dela Cruz; son, Les; brothers, Fumio and Tado; sister, Hisako Taniyama; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary mauka chapel; service 6:30 p.m. Burial 9 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park. Memorial service noon Saturday at Lana'i Hongwanji. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary. [Adv 9/17/2002]

 

SATORU MIYAMOTO, 91, of Honolulu, died April 17, 2002. Born in Vacaville, Calif. A retired sign maker for Meadow Gold Dairies. Survived by wife, Yoriko; sons, Roy and Walter; two grandchildren; brothers, Mitsuo and Morito. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.  [Adv 24/4/2002]

 

DOROTHY KIKUE MIYAMURA, 88, of Honolulu, died Dec. 19, 2002. Born in Kealakekua, Hawai'i. A retired JC Penney sales associate. Survived by sons, Dayton, Harvey and Robert; brother, Susumu Oka; caregiver, Michael; seven grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.    [Adv 04/01/2003]

 

KIYOKO IWATATE MIYAO, 81, of Makaweli, Kaua'i, died Nov. 1, 2002. Born in Lihu'e, Kaua'i. An insurance agent. Survived by husband, Uichi; sons, Verne, Lance, Randy, David and John; daughter, Vicky Rivera; four granddaughters; brothers, Kazuo and Yoshiaki Iwatate; sisters, Yuriko Kimura, Fumie Kasahara and Suzue Phillips. Visitation 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Garden Island Mortuary; service 4:30 p.m. Casual attire.    [Adv 05/11/2002]

 

FRANCES BENNETT MIYASATO, 79, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Dec. 16, 2002. Born in Evansville, Ind. Retired business manager of the Hilo Surgical Clinic, and former member of the board of directors of the Wanderers Athletic Club of Hilo. Survived by sons, Dennis and Douglas Wong, and Leslie Miyasato; daughters, Francine Honda and Roberta Lee; 12 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren. Visitation 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Dodo Mortuary Chapel; service 4 p.m. Burial 1 p.m. Monday at Hawai'i Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire. No flowers.     [Adv 18/12/2002]

 

John Shigeru "Johnnie" Miyasato, 78, of Hilo, a retired senior construction inspector for the County of Hawaii, died Saturday Oct 26, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. He was born in Hakalau, Hawaii. He is survived by wife Frances, son Les, stepsons Dennis D. and Douglas K. Wong, stepdaughters Francine W. Honda and Roberta G. Lee, brothers Ronald S. and Steven S., sister Haruko Uehara, 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services: 5 p.m. Sunday at Dodo Mortuary in Hilo. Call after 4 p.m. Graveside services: 1 p.m. Monday at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire. No flowers.    [SB 30/10/2002]

 

ROBERT SEIKI MIYASATO, 84, of Honolulu, died Feb. 5, 2002. Born in Kealia, Kaua'i. Retired Mass Transit Line (MTL, TheBus) diesel mechanic. Survived by sons, Stanley and David; daughters, Jane Tajima, Eunice Kunimitsu, Carol Kazunaga, Gwen Ishimine and Edwina Tengan; 17 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; brothers, Douglas, Stanley, Wilbert, Henry, James, Edward and Ronald; sister, Madeline Shimabuku. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m. Aloha attire.     [Adv 11/2/2002]

 

SEICHI MIYASATO, 76, of Honolulu, died Dec. 12, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. A retired painter. Survived by sons, Warren, Stephen, Terrence and Randy; daughters, Karen Miyasato-Cox and Sharon Rymer; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brother, John; sister, Mildred Nahina. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 19/01/2003]

 

UME MIYASATO, 94, of Kahului, Maui, died Feb. 13, 2002. Born in Okinawa, Japan. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Tsunao and James; daughters, Nancy Kim and Carol Kobashi; 13 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.   [Adv 24/2/2002]

 

Violet Marie Racoma Miyasato, 75, of Honolulu, died Monday Nov 18, 2002 at home. He was born on Maui. He is survived by sons Ben, Larry, Robert, and Glenn Racoma; daughter Carol Medina; brother John Toledo; sisters Rose Holdgerson and Louise Calleon; 10 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Services: 9:45 Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary. Call after 9 a.m. Inurnment: 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [SB 21/11/2002]

 

YOSHIKO MIYASATO, 88, of Honolulu, died Aug. 14, 2002. Born in Sprecklesville, Maui. Retired New Otani Kaimana Beach housekeeping services employee. Survived by sons, Edward, James, George and Peter; daughter, Tomiko Takaesu; eight grandchildren; great-grandchild. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 27/8/2002]

 

DOROTHY K.L. CHUNG MIYASHIRO, 87, of Honolulu, formerly of Pauoa Road, died Jan. 22, 2002. Survived by husband, Richard ; sons, Arlington and Nelson; daughters, Shirley Chung and Jo-Ann Shimamoto; seven grandchildren; brothers, Lawrence, Albert and Herbert Hong; sisters, Gladys Dennison and Beatrice Mau. Private service held. Arrangements by Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.       [Adv 1/2/2002]

 

Frank Jenichi Miyashiro, 89, of Honolulu, a retired carpenter, died July 12, 2002 in Kuakini Medical Center. He was born in Niulii, North Kohala, Hawaii. He is survived by daughters Karyl Doi and Sheila Bride, brothers Takeichi and Tsuneyoshi, sister Mitsue "Margaret" Iraha, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services: 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Call after 8:30 a.m.    [SB 22/7/2002]

 

GEORGE CHUJI MIYASHIRO, 70, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Jan. 15, 2002 . Born in Hilo. Retired principal of the Chiefess Kapi'olani Elementary School, Hilo and member of Waiakea Lions Club. Survived by nieces, Theresa Miyashiro, Tanya Silva, Tertia Duffy and Tamara Miyashiro; aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 5 p.m. Casual attire.      [Adv 20/1/2002]

 

HIDEO MIYASHIRO, 88, of Pearl City, died Aug. 9, 2002 at home. Born in Honoka'a, Hawai'i. Retired Pearl City Tavern waiter. Survived by wife, Shizuko; sons, George and Albert; daughter, Janet Inouye; seven grandchildren; great-grandchild; sisters, Tsuru Nakama and Yasu Chibana. Service 6 p.m. Friday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Casual attire.     [Adv 13/8/2002]

 

Jack Iwao Miyashiro - A funeral will be held Thursday for Big Island tourism pioneer Jack Iwao Miyashiro, 86, who died Friday at the Queen's Medical Center.  Miyashiro was a mechanic and gasoline station operator in Hilo when he decided to go into the visitor industry after World War II. He started Jack's Tours, which caters to Japanese tourists and remains the largest locally owned tour bus company.  Hilo banker Clifton Tsuji said he considered Miyashiro "the biggest local guy in tourism."  "He saw a potential in tourism from Asia, possibly before anyone else," Tsuji said.  The soft-spoken Miyashiro, who was born March 1, 1915, in North Kohala, gave generously to University of Hawai'i-Hilo athletics and to Japanese community interests, including the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Japanese Community Association.  "He was so humble and thoughtful," said Tsuji, noting that Miyashiro also paid for scholarships for students of Okinawan ancestry.  Thursday's funeral will be at 5 p.m. at Dodo Mortuary.  Miyashiro is survived by his wife, Otome; sons Raymond and George; daughters Clara Ching and Ellen Sakagawa; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.   [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

NOBORU MIYASHIRO , 76, of Mililani, died Sept. 18, 2002. Born in 'Ewa. A member of Kodak Retired Club. Survived by wife, Myrtle; daughters, Roxanne Kaahaaina, Kim Minakami, Keann Tsuda and Valerie Miyashiro; brothers, James and Rikio "Ricky"; sisters, Edith, Nancy Shinsato and Betty Kinney; five grandchildren. Visitation 5 p.m. Tuesday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 6 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.  [Adv 28/9/2002]

 

NOBORU "NOGI" MIYASHIRO , 77, of Kailua, died April 10, 2002. Born in Wahiawa, Kaua'i. A retired federal meteorological technician and member of Haneji Club. Survived by wife, Kimie; daughter, Jan; brothers, Kinji, Tatsuto and Charlie; sisters, Fukiko Miyashiro, Doris Kanda, Emily Tanaka and Molly Nakamura. Service 6 p.m. Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 14/4/2002]

 

RICHARD KIYOSHI MIYASHIRO, 79, of Honolulu, died Oct. 23, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired fire science coordinator for Honolulu Community College. Former assistant fire chief for the Honolulu Fire Department. Survived by wife, Helene; son, Alton; daughter, Carol Sugiyama; three grandchildren. Visitation 5 p.m. Tuesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 6 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 26/10/2002]

 

Steve Seisuke Miyashiro, 55, of Waimea, Hawaii, a Waikoloa King's Golf Course shop mechanic, died Tuesday Oct 1, 2002 in North Hawaii Community Hospital. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Emily, mother Matsuko, brother Kenneth and sisters Leatrice Miyashiro and Ann Young. Services: 10 a.m. Tuesday at Dodo Mortuary in Hilo. Call after 9 a.m. Cremation to follow services. Casual attire. No flowers. Donations suggested to Emily Miyashiro, P.O. Box 1483, Kamuela, HI 96743.    [SB 03/10/2002]

 

JUDITH TOKIE MIYATA, 61, of Wahiawa, died Sept. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Owner of Mililani Pets. Survived by son, Jon; mother, Fujie Nagata; brother, Stanley Nagata; sisters, Jane Fujimoto and Patricia Shimabukuro; hanai son, David Ferreira; two granddaughters. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary Mauka Chapel; memorial service 6:30 p.m. Casual attire.    [Adv 07/10/2002]

 

KATSUYUKI "KATS" MIYATA, 78, of Honolulu, died April 13, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Hawaii Hochi Ltd. pressman. Survived by wife, Gladys; daughters, Mae Rosen and Peggy Ogata; two grandchildren; brothers, Yoshio, Isamu and Wallace; sister, Masao Takahashi. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary. [Adv 23/4/2002]

 

ROY TAKASHI MIYATA , 64, of Kane'ohe, died April 15, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from Hickam Air Force Base civil service and Hawaii Air National Guard. Survived by wife, Florence; sons, Michael and Eric; mother, Rachel; brother, Francis. Visitation5:30 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service over the ashes 6 p.m. Committal service with military honors 10 a.m. Friday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.   [Adv 20/4/2002]

 

RYOICHI MIYATA, 78, of Honolulu, died Sept. 15, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired pacific Construction Company heavy equipment operator. Survived by wife, Mildred; son, Ronald; three grandchildren; brothers, Hiroshi, Larry, Makoto "Mackey," Osamu, Edward and Harold; sister, Florence Takahashi. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 31/10/2002]

 

Wayne Kenso Miyazaki, 80, of Honolulu, a retired general contractor, died Feb. 5, 2002. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Peggy, son Wendell, daughter Claire Groom, sister Jane Yokota, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Private services.   [SB 15/2/2002]

 

SUENO MIYAZAKI , 79, of Lawa'i, Kaua'i, died March 24, 2002. Born in Koloa, Kaua'i. A guide with Kaua'i Island Tours. Survived by husband, Yoshio; sons, Herbert and Reynold; daughters, Gladys and Nora Wong; 10 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; brother, Toraichi Marugame. Private service held. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.     [Adv 29/3/2002]

 

UKI MIYAZAKI, 98, of Waimea, Kaua'i, died Sept. 20, 2002. Born on Kaua'i. A mill worker with the Waimea Poi Mill. Survived by sons, Yoshio and Robert; daughters, Kikue Kusatani, Mitsue Yamakawa and Alice Yoshimori; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sisters, Fujie Takata and Yoshiko Fujikane. Service 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at Garden Island Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.       [Adv 24/9/2002]

 

YUTAKA "Y" MIYAZAKI, 75, of Kane'ohe, died Feb. 26, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A retired Von Hamm Young bookkeeper. Survived by son, Dennis; daughter, Joyce Ishikawa; brother, Harold; sister, Betsey Ono; two grandchildren. Service 4 p.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 6/3/2002]

 

KAZUO MIYAZU, 84, of 'Aiea, died Sept. 26, 2002. Born in Kealakekua, Hawai'i. A retired cook at Kane'ohe State Hospital. Survived by wife, Fumie; son, Wendell; daughters, Myra Mundo and Clarice Kawamoto; two grandchildren; sisters, Natsue Minami, Fujie Sasaki, Etsuko Yamaguchi and Sadame Miyazu. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.   [Adv 05/10/2002]

 

HANNAH KAILIHIWA MIZUMOTO, 78, of NŒnŒkuli, died Dec. 25, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by sons, Dennis Medeiros Sr. and Lionel Medeiros; daughters, Sheilah Kalima, Georgieann Keiki, Darlene Rosolowich and Cheryl Morris; brother, John Davis Jr.; sisters, Kealoha "Eleanor" Hoomanawanui and Alice Mua Davis-Carson; 25 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Rita Church; Mass 10:30 a.m. Flowers welcome. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 03//01/2003]

 

VIOLET MICHIKO HIGUCHI MIZUNO, 72, of Kane'ohe, died Aug. 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Blake and Jeffrey; daughters, Lee Ann Ideta and Faye Shimizu; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers, Francis, Walter and Wallace; sisters, Jane Horio and Ethel Sakuma. Service 4 p.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 28/8/2002]

 

Charlotte K. Mochizuki, 80, of Wailuku, died last Friday June 7, 2002 in Wailuku. She was born in Paia, Maui. She is survived by daughters Clarice Kinoshita and Kathleen; son Matthew; brothers Tadashi, Matthew and Norman Saito; sisters Catherine Nihei, Jane Tanji and Bernice Masuda; and two grandchildren. Private services.    [SB 14//2002]

 

KIYOSHI MOCHIZUKI, 85, of Honolulu, died Feb. 9, 2002. Born on Kaua'i. Retired city electrical inspector. Survived by brother, Peter; sisters, Helen Saito, Leatrice Lee and Annabelle Tokihiro. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.  [Adv 19/2/2002]

 

Rudolph Agaria Modomo, 64, of Waikoloa, a Four Seasons Hualalai employee, died Thursday Oct 17, 2002 in Kona Life Care Center. He was born in Kahuku. He is survived by daughters Lynn-Dee Spencer, Terri Modomo and JoJann Worrell; sister Yolinda Kekahuna; brothers Arnold Modomo and Maximo and Daniel Esperon; five grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Graveside services: 2 p.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [SB 22/10/2002]

 

Lani Moe  - Entertainer Lani Moe, with his family, performed Polynesian song and dance the world over for almost 50 years for audiences that included European royalty, Gandhi and Hitler.  He first took to the stage in 1934 at age 4 in Shanghai, China, and the manager signed him up to sing, dance and play the ukulele, wearing a top hat and tailcoat. At age 6, Maurice Chevalier selected Moe, billed as "Baby Lani Moe," to do a tap number in one of his Parisian shows. The child star grew into a multitalented entertainer and artist. Moe, who resided in Laie, died Saturday Dec 4, 2002 at the age of 73. Born on the road to entertainers Tau and Rose Moe on July 13, 1929, in Kyoto, Japan, Lani was destined for the stage. "He was always imitating people backstage," said his sister Dorian Moe-Vineula, and one night just got pushed onstage. Lani began playing the ukulele at age 3 and became adept at a variety of string instruments. When Lani got older, he became the family's lead singer. "He had a beautiful voice, basically a balladeer and a crooner, something like Alfred Apaka," said Ishmael Stagner, a Hawaiian music historian. The family performed in Paris at the Moulin Rouge and at the Casino in Monte Carlo. Despite their success abroad, few in Hawaii have heard of Moe and his talented family, who were among the first to bring Polynesian music and dance to the world. "The Moes just simply entertained to a different public and were not known at home," said Stagner, who is trying to get recognition by the state Legislature and the governor for the family. The Moes' lives were the stuff of movies. When living in pre-World War II Germany, Lani was the champion money-raiser for German children's charities and rode with Hitler in his Mercedes-Benz. During a performance in Germany, the family, who had helped Jewish friends, was tipped off that the Gestapo was in the audience waiting for them. After the show, the family fled the country, eventually ending up in India. "Their next gig was in Japan, but then the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and the family had to stay in India," Stagner said. Tau insisted that if his two children wanted to perform onstage, they must learn everything backstage, and Lani excelled in choreography and set and costume design. On the road, the children had private tutors who traveled with them. Lani learned French, German, Spanish, Hungarian and Hindi. Lani also mastered classical dance and performed with several European dance companies. "We were the first Polynesian group as an act that did Polynesian at the beginning, ending with modern dance and acrobatics," Moe-Vinuela said. "I think we were a little too far ahead of our time. I go to Waikiki and they're doing all this now."Upon the family's return to Hawaii in 1982, Lani taught dance at Brigham Young University-Hawaii until his death. Moe is survived by his father and sister. Services will be held 10 to 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Eighth Ward, Laie North Stake. Visitation from 9 a.m. Burial 11:30 a.m. at Laie Cemetery.       [  SB 12/12/2002]

 

ALFRED MOEAI, 61, of Hau'ula, died Oct. 9, 2002. Born in Western Samoa. A tour bus driver with Grayline Tours. Survived by wife, Hope; sons, Terry and Kerry; daughters, Ivanelle Beatty, Cherae, Tiffany and Meagan; mother, Tau; brothers, Tuitu Jr. and Harvey; sister, Fia Sataraka; six grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, La'ie Stake Center. Visitation also 9 a.m. Saturday at the La'ie Stake Center; service 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at La'ie Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.      [Adv 13/10/2002]

 

DAKOTA AMY MOEONE, infant daughter of Leatanoa Moeone and Amy Swanson, died June 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu, Survived by brother, Michael; grandparents, Fasia and Sipaea Moeone and Chong Swanson. No service. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 28/8/2002]

 

ERNALEIGH RIVERA MOESINGER , 61, of Honolulu, died Aug. 16, 2002. Born in Colorado. A retired registered nurse. Survived by son, Paul; sister, Teresa Taylor; brothers, Ralph and Cass Rivera. Graveside service 9 a.m. Tuesday at Diamond Head Memorial Park. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.

 

Lorna Cook Moffitt, 49, of Haiku, Maui, art director for Dolphin Galleries, Wailea, died Jan. 20, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Michigan. She is survived by parents Noel and Jacqueline Cook, sister Priscilla Clark and hanai daughter and niece Gwen Baluss. Services: 3 p.m. Sunday at Nakamura Mortuary. Call 2-4 p.m. Reception to follow. Aloha attire. Donations suggested to the family.       [SB 30/1/2002]

 

Annabelle Leimomi "Tita" Moi, 77, of Nanakuli, formerly of Aiea, a retired Navy Exchange Laundry employee, died last Sunday Dec 15, 2002 in St. Francis-West Medical Center. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by sons Chris Akau and Lemuel "Kulani"; daughters Bettyann "Leimomi" Callejo, Ellarene " Kuulei" Spencer, Darlene " Nahaku" Takushi and Singleton "Kalau" Keohokapu; brothers James, Rudolph and Calvin Watson; sister Joan Watson; 21 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Services: 7 p.m. Thursday at Borthwick Mortuary. Call after 6 p.m. Additional services: 11 a.m. Friday at the same mortuary. Call after 8:30 a.m. Burial to follow at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.       [SB 22/12/2002]

 

ALBERT KANUI MOIHA , 68, of Mililani, died June 19, 2002. Born in Kipahulu, Maui. City wastewater worker. Survived by wife, Cynthia; daughter, Charlotte Hammock; brothers, Antone, Laurence and Henry; sisters, Rachel Kanekoa and Priscilla Matsuoka; three grandchildren. Visitation 5 p.m. Monday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, makai chapel; memorial service 6 p.m. Casual attire.   [Adv 28/6/2002]

 

CLARA A. MOIX, 81, of Hot Springs, Ark., formerly of Honolulu, died Dec. 23, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Greg; sons, Greg Jr., Peter and Martin; daughters, Christine Simons, Michele, Ann Peterson and Patricia Luxenburg; sisters, Melva Jarrett, Cecilia Willenbrink and Sister Mary Gregoria; brother, Gregory Wong; 13 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. No flowers; donations to St. Mary's Catholic Church, Hot Springs, Ark. Arrangements by Gross Funeral Home, Hot Springs.     [Adv 09/01/2003]

 

PAUL AH CHEU MOKIAO, 55, of Nanakuli, died June 25, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Frances "Fran"; daughters, Summer, Tammie Mokiao-Atimalala, Gina Sanico and Deidre Seldon; sons, Travis Mokiao and Gregory Alvaro; brothers, Eddie Keaunui, and Clarence, Robert and Zachary; sisters, Yvonne Cook, Naomi Ramos, Ruth Hinol and Myrtle; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Makakilo Ward; service noon; burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 972002]

 

SCILLA KAUIKAPAOLE MOKIAO, 68, of Wai'anae, died April 7, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired chef. Survived by companion, Moke Young; sons, William "Billy" and Matthew "Matt"; brothers, Roland, E. Lani and Robert "Bob" Na'auao; sisters, Kuulei Meyers, Teddi, Rose and Marie Na'auao; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at Kaumakapili Church; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the church; service 11 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.  [Adv 22/4/2002]

 

WILL MOKIAO JR ., 82, of Sharon, Pa., formerly of Ka'u, Hawai'i, died Oct. 30, 2000. Born in Waiohinu, Ka'u. Retired state employee, Ka'u, and Big Island ranch worker, and rodeo participant. Survived by daughter, Meuwaiola "Meulang," Wilma Kennedy, Dona, Shirley Jergler; former wife, Norma Leite; seven grandchildren; brother, Raymond; sister, Faith Kaaihue. Mainland memorial services held. Hilo visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Hawai'i Funeral Home, Hilo; memorial service 11 a.m.; inurnment 2:30 p.m. at Naalehu Cemetery. Casual attire.    [Adv 26/3/2002]

 

ALLEN LONGLEY KUIHELANI MOKUAU, 73, of Hau'ula, died July 16, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; and delegate to Ha Hawai'i. Survived by brothers, Kenneth, Frank and Paul; sisters, Audrey English, Mary Sally Senen and Theone Jensen. Memorial service 9 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Mililani Ward; cemetery committal service 11:30 a.m. at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.        [Adv 31/7/2002]

 

BECKY KEAHIAHI MOKUAU , 88, of Ho'olehua, Moloka'i, died May 17, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by sons, Ernest, George and Robert; daughters, Becky Kaaihili, Harriet Smith and Bernice Ornellas; 23 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Visitation from 9 a.m. Wednesday at Hoolehua, Moloka'i. Burial of the ashes at a later date by family. Arrangements by Molokai Mortuary.    [Adv 25/5/2002]

 

CHARLES OPIO MOKUIKI JR., 73, of Waimanalo, died Dec. 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by nephews, Matthew and Mark Acosta; nieces, Sheila Touli, Wendy Akau, Lynnette Kanoa, Cindy Yamashita, Marie Kahalehoe and Lowleta Madrid. Visitation 9 a.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.      [Adv 24/12/2002]

 

RUSSELL KWOCK LEONG MOKULEHUA, 60, of Honolulu, died Aug. 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A systems analyst and president of XDLC Corporation. Survived by wife, Delcie; son, Robin; mother, Grace; brother, Leslie; sister, Laurulie "Laurie" Maeda. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m.    [Adv 21/8/2002]

 

DOMINGO "DOMINIC" SANCHEZ MOLINA, 83, of Kahului, Maui, died April 22, 2002. A tractor mechanic retired from Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar. Survived by wife, Marie; sons, Leonard and Kenneth; daughters, Linda Molina and Gerri Fleming; hanai daughter, Tara Thomas; brothers, Joseph, Frank and Henry; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Visitation 9 to 10 a.m. tomorrow at Ballard Family Mortuary; service 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Maui Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.  [Adv 24/4/2002]

 

JOSEPH MOLINA, 73, of Waihe'e, Maui, died July 29, 2002. Born in Wailuku, Maui. Retired long-time Wailuku Sugar Co. crane operator. Survived by wife, Esther Mae; sons, Noland, Lance, Sidney and Quintin; daughter, Debbie Malasig; brothers, don, Marco and Stephen; sisters, Virginia Chock and Clara Torres; 13 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Ann's Church, Maui; burial to follow in church cemetery. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary, Maui.    [Adv 1/8/2002]

 

MARY PUBLICO MOLINA , 42, of Waipahu, died May 31, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Finance Factors loan officer. Survived by aunts, Victoria, Mercedes Palijo, Virginia Roldan and Viloeta Vidad; cousins, Arlen Palijo and Leo Asuncion. Visitation 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Philomena Catholic Church; Mass noon; Burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.   [Adv 10/6/2002]

 

Nanding Unciano Molina, 23, of Kahuku, a roofer for A M Hernandez Roofing Co., died July 22, 2002 in a traffic accident on an H-2 freeway onramp. He was born in the Philippines. He is survived by parents Romeo and Ederlina, brothers Richard and Romeo Jr., and grandmother Felipa. He will be remembered at a Mass at 7 p.m. Friday at St. Roch's Church, 56-350 Kamehameha Hwy., Kahuku. Call after 6 p.m. Casual attire. Burial to take place in the Philippines.    [SB 5/8/2002]

 

SAMIUELA MOLITIKA, 58, of Hau'ula, died Oct. 15, 2002. Born in Tonga. A landscaper. Survived by wife, Kafoatu; daughters, Olivina, Elenora, Heyleen, Meliame and Hena; stepsons, Manase and Sosefo; brother, Ma'u; sister, Pepisi. Visitation 6 to 10 p.m. today at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hau'ula 6th Ward; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow at the church; service 10 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at La'ie Cemetery. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.      [Adv 25/10/2002]

 

JOAN K. MOLLENA, 68, of Kahului, Maui, formerly of Moloka'i, died Nov. 28, 2002. Born on Moloka'i. Attended the Hawaiian Protestant Church. Survived by husband, Joseph Sr.; mother, Ethel Kaaihue; sons, Melvin and Alfred; daughters, Bernice Traxler and Rochelle Kaaihue; brother, William Kaaihue; sisters, Puanani Johnson and Cheryl Kang; 28 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at Maui Evangelical Church; service 6 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 11 a.m. Dec. 21 at Hoolehua Congregational Church; service 11 a.m. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.     [Adv 06/12/2002]

 

KATHERINE MOLLER, 78, of Kapa'a, Kaua'i, died June 25, 2002. Born in Illinois, A homemaker. Survived by husband, Carl; daughter, Cynthia Holting; granddaughter, Iris Holting. Graveside service 11 a.m. Tuesday at Kalapaki Bay Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary.     [Adv 29/6/2002]

 

ANNETTE LEHUA MOMOA , 68, of Nanakuli, died May 15, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Honolulu International Airport security officer. Survived by brothers and sisters, James and Vernon Taylor, Hortence Garcia and Judy Callahan; children, Johnette Cordeiro, Irene Vierra, Mary Haynes, John Jr. and David; 16 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Memorial services 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at 89-461 Keaulana Ave., Nanakuli. Burial Monday at Sunset Memorial Park; time to be announced at services.      [Adv 21/5/2002]

 

KAMA MOMOHARA , 103, of Laupahoehoe, Hawai'i, died July 9, 2002. Born in Okinawa, Japan. A homemaker. Survived by sons, Hideo, Yoshio, Sadao, Matsuo, Shigeo, Mitsuo and Hiroo; daughter, Mae Matsushige; 20 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. Visitation 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service over the ashes 3:30 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 12/7/2002]

 

ANTHONY CHARLES MONDELLO, 71, of Kula, Maui, died Aug. 3, 2002. Born in Boston, Mass. Owner of Mondello Inc., general contractors, and former Peace Corps member. Survived by wife, Pat; daughter, Jennifer; son, Marc; brothers, Louis and Joe; sister, Nancy Wulff. Visitation 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Ballard Family Mortuary, maui; celebration of life/eulogy, 3 p.m. Aloha attire. Donations to American Cancer Society and The Salvation Army. [Adv 7/8/2002]

 

MIRIAM ALANA MONDEREN, 66, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Dec. 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Waitress retired from the Marriott Restaurant at Honolulu International Airport. Survived by husband, Catalino; son, Bernard; daughters, Caroline Bicoy, Deborah Rodrigues and Frances Young; sisters, Hannah Dayton and Christine Abafo; brother, Harvey Alana; 16 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Hilo Baptist Church; service 11 a.m. Burial to follow at Alae Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo   [Adv 31/12/2002]

 

ANNA SANCHEZ MONIZ , 80, of Pearl City, died Aug. 4, 2002. Born in Pa'ia, Maui. Survived by daughter, Virginia Song; sons, Louis Jr., Robert, James, Ronald and Donald; 13 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; brothers, Tony and John Sanchez; sister, Isabella Molina. Visitation 10 a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.   [Adv 10/8/2002]

 

WILBERT "SONNY" WILLIAM MONIZ SR., 63, of Kahului, Maui, died Oct. 9, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. A retired mason with Gomes Construction. Survived by wife, Nancy; sons, Wilbert "Sonico" Jr. and Randall; daughters, Susan and Tina; brothers, Robert, Leroy, Raymond, Harold and Thomas; sister, Myrtle Hafner; three grandchildren; great-grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at St. Ann Catholic Church, Waihe'e; service 7:30 p.m. Visitation also 8 to 10 a.m. Wednesday at the church; Mass 10 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at the church cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.      [Adv 13/10/2002]

 

EVE MONIZ, 88, of Waipahu, died March 26, 2002. Born in Kahuku. Member of St. Joseph Church and the Brotherhood of Holy Ghost of Pentecost. Survived by husband, Theodore "Ted"; sons, Theodore R. and Clarence; four grandchildren; brothers, Manuel and John Perreira. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph Church; Mass noon. Burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 02/04//2002]

 

MIRIAM MONIZ, also known as MIRIAM LEE, 81, of Wai'anae, formerly of Honolulu, died Sept. 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by son, Derek Lee; daughter, Marian Sutton; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; brother, Joe Garcia. Visitation 10 a.m. Saturday at Kane'ohe Missionary Baptist Church; service 10:30 a.m. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary. [Adv 9/18/2002]

 

ROSEMARY E. MONIZ, 71, of Honolulu, died Dec. 8, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A homemaker. Survived by son, Daniel; brother, Thomas DeMello; sister, Florence Yomes; three grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Friday at Blessed Sacrament Church; Mass 9:30 a.m.; burial 11 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. No flowers. Memorial donations to St. Francis Hospice West. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.    [Adv 11/12/2002]

 

JOHN HARRY MONN, 74, of Honolulu, died June 13, 2002. Born in Pennsylvania. Retired U.S. Navy chief petty officer. Survived by brothers, William and Leroy; sister, Elizabeth Rusnak. Visitation 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Borthwick Mortuary; service 12:30 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire.       [Adv 19/6/2002]

 

RUSSELL ALEXANDER MONTALBO, 49, of Waipahu, died April 21, 2002. Employed by Oahu Tree Services. Survived by aunt, Josephine "Fina" Gonsalves; uncle, Stephen "Pee Wee" Gonsalves; sisters, Lucille "Lulu" Moreno, Sunny Carrera and Diane Jaegar; brother, "Dina" Clifford. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. Monday at St. Elizabeth's Church, 'Aiea; service 6 p.m. Scattering of ashes 9 a.m. Sunday at Sand Island Beach Park, "Regulars." No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Moanaulua Mortuary.    [Adv 26/4/2002]

 

ANGELINE FILETEO MONTIRA , 73, of Wai'anae, died March 3, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Survived by children, Carolyn Hammond, Denis Montira, Norman Montira, Christine Montira and Debra Ellis; brothers, Ronald Castillias and Larry Castillias; sisters, Alice Legaspi, Anita Cadaoas and Lillian Naihe; 20 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Bethesda Apostolic Temple, 2678 Kilihau St.; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday at the church; service 11 a.m.; burial to follow at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv  7/3/2002]

 

EVA MONIZ, 88, of Waipahu, died March 26, 2002. Born in Kahuku. Member of St. Joseph Church and the Brotherhood of Holy Ghost of Pentecost. Survived by husband, Theodore "Ted"; sons, Theodore R. and Clarence; four grandchildren; brothers, Manuel and John Perreira. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph Church; Mass noon; burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 3/4/2002]

 

Susan Yoshie Oi Moody, 57, of Waa Waa, Hawaii, and Sag Harbor, N.Y., a station manager in London for Western Airlines and a general manager of American Hotel in Sag Harbor, died Aug. 20, 2002 at home in Sag Harbor. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by husband Michael; stepsons Michael L. Jr., Alexander G. and Edwin C.; parents Tsutomu and Toyono Oi; brothers Thomas H., James T. and Edward H. Oi; sisters Cynthia S. and Deann S. Oi and Lydia T. Wojtowicz ; and four step-grandchildren. Private services in Honolulu. Memorial services to be held in Sag Harbor at a later date.     [SB 2/9/2002]

 

CLIFFORD H. MOOKINI, 90, of Honolulu, died April 22, 2002. Born in Lahaina, Maui. A retired rigger at Pearl Harbor Navel Shipyard. Survived by children, Carolyn Matias, Blossom Glipa, Florence Liu, Faith Leao, Clifford and Jasmine Foster; 15 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation 11:30 a.m. Friday at Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 12:30 p.m. Burial 3 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [Adv 30/4/2002]

 

MAYBELLE KALANIWAHINE MOOKINI , 64, of Waikoloa, Hawai'i. A homemaker and member of Soka Gakkai International. Survived by sons, William, Joseph, Brian and Leslie "Les"; daughter, Pohaikalani Kirkland; brother, Chadwick "Wicky" Huihui; sisters, Moana Yee, Leiola Huihui and Honu Huihui; five grandchildren. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Soka Gakkai International; service 7 p.m. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Memorial Mortuary.     [Adv 5/6/2002]

 

MIRIAM KALEPONI MOOKINI, 75, of Honolulu, died Sept. 19, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by husband, Walter Sr.; daughter, Waldynne; son, Walter Jr.; grandson, Walter III; brother, Clarence Hurley; sisters, Harriette Simeona, Olivia Mattson and Ashlyn Luke. Graveside service 10 a.m. Friday at Oahu Cemetery. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.       [Adv 24/9/2002]

 

CHRISTINE "PASING" YORONG MOORE, 71, of Wahiawa, died Dec. 5, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. Member of Schofield Bowling League and Whitmore Senior Citizen's Club hula halau. Survived by husband, Robert "Bob"; sons, Logan, James "Jimmy," and Michael "Mike"; daughters, Theresa "Tessie" Sielken, Linda Ughoc and Roberta "Berta" Zink; brothers, Bonifacio and Henry Campania; sister, Lorraine Lienert; 11 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Visitation 9 a.m. Thursday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, Makai Chapel; memorial service 10 a.m.; inurnment 10:45 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.  [Adv 19/2/2002]

 

CHRISTOPHER ENRIQUE MOORE, infant son of Henry and Sharee Moore, died Sept. 8, 2002. Also survived by grandparents, Carlton and Joy Gillis, Henry Sr. and Rosetta Moore. Memorial service noon tomorrow at Aliamanu Military Reserve Chapel. Flowers welcome. Casual attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 12/9/2002]

 

Dorothy Nelson Moore, a part-time Honolulu resident, believed children were pushed into school at too young an age, and initiated the modern home-schooling movement with her husband, educator-researcher Raymond Moore. Moore died at her Kahala home Feb. 21, 2002, following a massive stroke, at age 86. She also resided in Camas, Wash. "I was the leader, she was my everything -- secretary, top professional," said her husband of 63 years. "She was an amazing woman. I'm just glad to see her not suffering."  Born in Bruce, S.D., she co-authored or authored 13 books and several manuals on home schooling. She was a reading specialist, lecturer and teacher-consultant around the world. In 1960 she was founding director of the Cerebral Palsy Clinic at Loma Linda University Medical School.  The couple started the Moore Foundation in 1961 and the Moore Academy, which has more than 400 students. Their home-schooling formula encourages parents not to "subject your children to formal, scheduled study before age 8 to 10 or 12," according to their moorefoundation.com Web site.  Raymond Moore said children's senses are not ready or mature enough to handle formalized study until a later age. But until then parents can teach them basic skills, encourage creative projects, read to them and get them involved with home and community entrepreneurial work and volunteer service.  "She believed children were put in school much too early. I started researching this, and the initial program was started by Dorothy. Next thing, we had a major movement," he said.  She is also survived by son Dennis; daughter Kathleen Kordenbrock; seven hanai children, including Mari Tokizaki-Lim; and three grandchildren. Private services will be held. Arrangements have been made by Moanalua Mortuary.     [SB 1/3/2002

 

HELEN LENORE MOORE, 87, of Tucson, Ariz., formerly of Mililani, died March 13, 2002. Born in Waukegan, Ill. Survived by daughters, mary Ann Moore and Bonnie Pene; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 11 a.m. Cemetery committal service 11 a.m. Monday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire.    [Adv 4/4/2002]

 

JEFFERY MOORE, 45, of Jennings, La. died Aug. 29, 2002. Born in Jennings. He was in the U.S. Army, stationed in Baumholder, Germany. Survived by wife, Larzette Guitguiten; stepdaughter, Joslyn Goetz; mother, Elizabeth Moore; sisters, Mayola Berry, Patty Chidlow, Vickie Slason, Kimberly Baily and Lisa Broussard. Mass 6 p.m. tomorrow at St. Ann's Church, Kane'ohe. Visitation also 10 a.m. Sunday at Matthew and Son Funeral Home in Jennings, La. Phone: (337) 824-4420. Church service Monday at Our Lady Help of Christian Catholic Church in Jennings. Burial to follow.    [Adv 6/9/2002]

 

JOHN D. MOORE, 59, of Honolulu, died Oct. 12, 2002. Born in California. Retired from United Airlines. Survived by wife, Elva; daughter, Sheila; son, James; stepson, Dave Coffin; a granddaughter; brother, Frank; sister, Linda Campbell. Service 1 p.m. Saturday at Epiphany Episcopal Church. Private scattering of ashes at sea. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.   [Adv 16/10/2002]

 

ISAIAH "SAIAH" MORALES, 82, of Honolulu, died Aug. 13, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Harriet; daughters, Susan Glushenko, Valerie Manuma and Celina Akana; brothers, Joshua and Thomas Morales; sister, Anita Rios; six grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.    [Adv 25/8/2002]

 

R. "Scotty" Morelli, 83, of Kailua-Kona, a retired partner at Massey Ferguson Tractors and U.S. Army veteran, died March 20 in Kona Community Hospital. He was born in White Plains, N.Y. He is survived by wife Katherine. Services to be held at a later date.   [SB 27/3/2002]

 

Brenda Joyce Moreno, 46, of Honolulu died Monday in Kuakini Medical Center. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by husband Mario; daughters Reynelle Hernandez, Deidre H. Freitas and Bianca Moreno; mother Roseline Freitas; brother Theodore Freitas Jr. and sister Laureen Josefovicz. Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at Oahu Cemetery Chapel. Call after 1 p.m. Cremation to follow. Aloha attire. No flowers.   [SB 29/9 2002]

 

JENNIE JEE JUN LEE MORENO, 68, of Honolulu, died Jan. 6, 2002. Owner of Kuhio Cleaners. Survived by son, Conrad; daughters, Diane Kuni, Linda Moreno, Mona Jean Brooks and Jacqueline Hudspeth; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brothers, David Lee, Joel Chang and Augustine Lactaoen; sisters, Carmen Lanegan, Celeste O'Brien and Frances Higgins. Visitation 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Philomena Catholic Church; Mass 11 a.m. Burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 13/1/2002]

Ernest Morgado - When Ernest Morgado cooked up a batch of teriyaki chicken for a group of farmers in 1955, little did he know that he would go on to be the "Huli-Huli Chicken" king of Hawai'i. Morgado, a businessman and community leader who changed the face of charity fund-raising when he came up with the Huli-Huli chicken idea, died Tuesday Nov 5, 2002. He was 85. No cause of death was released. Morgado was the head of Pacific Poultry when he barbecued his first chickens at a farmer's meeting. The gathering expected to be fed and Morgado decided to broil some chickens that had been marinated in special teriyaki sauce. The farmers loved the chicken and asked for more. Morgado quickly realized he had a hit and began to market the teriyaki chicken. "He just started doing it as fund-raisers. It was a recipe that my grandmother used to make and it just went from there," said Kathy Vest, Morgado's daughter. With the idea hatched, Morgado needed to come up with a name for his new product other than teriyaki chicken. "Huli-Huli," he said, came quite by accident. Morgado barbecued the mass quantities of chickens between two grills. When one side of the chicken halves was cooked, someone would shout, "huli," Hawaiian for "turn." Morgado liked the name "huli-huli" so much that he registered the trademark with the Territory of Hawai'i in 1958 and the federal government in 1965. Over the years, schools, charities and other nonprofit organizations have sold Huli-Huli chicken as a way to raise money. Jaren Hancock, Pacific Poultry vice president of marketing and Morgado's stepson, said he could not guess how much has been raised selling Huli-Huli chicken."As far as the numbers are concerned, I really don't know. But I guarantee you that it's in the millions," Hancock said. Many competitors have come and gone, but Huli-Huli chicken has withstood the test of time. In 1986, Morgado began selling the sauce in local stores. "People kept saying, 'We want to buy the sauce,' so that's when he finally decided to sell the sauce," Vest said. "Even on the Mainland I talk to people who have been here and they say, 'I know Huli-Huli.' " In 1981, Morgado entered the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest chicken barbecue ever. His company cooked 46,386 chicken halves at a fund-raiser for Iolani School. Morgado was born in Hilo, and his family moved to Honolulu when he was a youngster. He graduated from St. Louis School and served as a chief petty officer in naval intelligence during World War II. Following the war, Morgado got into the grain business and soon found himself building the first mechanized livestock feed manufacturing facility in the Philippines. In the 1960s, he moved to Honolulu and oversaw the construction of the city's first bulk grain elevators at Honolulu Harbor. As a side job, Morgado got together with chicken farmer Mike Asagi and founded Pacific Poultry in 1954. The company sold chickens under the 'Ewa brand.  In addition to his business, Morgado served as the vice consul for Portugal. In 1981, he was awarded the Honolulu Portuguese Chamber of Commerce's "Council's Cup" for his years of service. Morgado also served on the state Board of Agriculture and was a longtime member of the Outrigger Canoe Club. He is survived by his wife, Fay; sons, Jaren and Brent Hancock; daughter, Kathleen Vest; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Visitation from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Church of Jesus Christ at Latter-day Saints, Honolulu Tabernacle. Services will be held at 5:30 p.m.      [Adv 07/11/2002]

Ernest Frank Morgado  - Huli Huli Chicken king Ernest Frank Morgado died Tuesday Oct 5, 2002 at 85. "He coined the term 'Huli Huli Chicken' and patented it," said John Farias, a longtime friend and former state agriculture chairman. "That's how Hawaii has Huli Huli Chicken, because of Ernie." Morgado, one of the founders and president of Pacific Poultry Co., which distributes fresh poultry under the Ewa Brand, began Huli Huli Chicken fund raising in Hawaii. "He was low-key, but highly competitive in business matters and a great father, grandfather and great-grandfather," said son Jaren Hancock, vice president of marketing for the company. Morgado marketed his Huli Huli sauce in Europe, Japan and on the mainland. The trademark was born out of the Hawaiian "huli huli," meaning to turn repeatedly. Chicken halves are cooked on metal frame screens that are turned over a charcoal fire. Son Brent Hancock said Morgado provided barbecue chicken for farm bureau meetings in the late '50s or early '60s, and they started receiving requests for private parties and other functions. Hancock said the chicken got so popular that Morgado decided to start charging more and eventually patented Huli Huli Chicken. Born in Hilo, Morgado graduated from St. Louis High School. He served in World War II as a chief petty officer in naval intelligence and served on the state Board of Agriculture from 1974 to 1981. In the 1960s, as Hawaiian Grain Corp.'s president, he oversaw the building and operation of Honolulu's first bulk grain elevators at Pier 23. But Morgado was more than a businessman. He co-founded the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce in 1977 with Honolulu City Councilman John Henry Felix and served as honorary vice consul to Portugal until his death. Morgado was very active and supportive of Portuguese culture. "He was a godsend to the Portuguese community," said Laura Figueira, board member and past president of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce. "He will be sorely missed." A second-generation Portuguese, he traced his roots back to the 14th-century Azores. "He made numerous trips to Portugal, the Azores and Madeira, telling the story of the Portuguese in Hawaii," Felix said. "He was extremely proud of his Portuguese heritage." Morgado enjoyed spending time with family and traveling the world with his wife of 54 years, Norma Fay. Felix, a friend for more than 40 years, called Morgado a gentleman. In addition to his wife and sons, Morgado is survived by daughter Kathleen Vest, eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Services will be held 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Honolulu Tabernacle, 1560 S. Beretania St. Visitation is from 4 to 5 p.m. Aloha attire.   [SB 07/11/2002]Madeira, telling the story of the Portuguese in Hawaii," Felix said. "He was extremely proud of his Portuguese heritage." Morgado enjoyed spending time with family and traveling the world with his wife of 54 years, Norma Fay. Felix, a friend for more than 40 years, called Morgado a gentleman. In addition to

 

Anne Marie Morgan, 76, of Kahului, formerly of Baltimore, a retired administrator for the University of Maryland and the University of Southern California, died Saturday Fb 9, 2002 in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Baltimore. She is survived by son Maurice. Services pending.   [SB 15/2/2002]

 

Eugene "Gene" P. Morgan, 77, of Honolulu, a retired sugar industry agricultural engineer, died Thursday Dec 12, 2002 in Honolulu. He was born in Moline, Ill. He is survived by wife Anne A., daughter Lorrie Ann, son John Clark, brother Duane and one grandchild. Services: 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Call after 10 a.m. Burial to follow. Aloha attire.     [SB 14/12/2002]

 

HELEN MORGAN, 87, of Kapa'a. Kaua'i, died Nov. 8, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. A homemaker. Survived by daughters, Carolyn, Nancy Schaefer and Sally Brecht; son, Albert "Al" Jr.; sister, Flora Carvalho; brothers, William and Anthony Farias; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 10:45 a.m. Monday at St. Catherine's Church; Mass 11 a.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary.     [Adv 13/11/2002]

 

JOE HARRY MORGAN, 80, of Honolulu, died Oct. 25, 2002. Born in Tyler, Texas. A Pearl Harbor-attack survivor; retired Baptist minister and Navy chaplain. Survived by sons, Harry and Robert; daughter, Clarissa Trammell; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Olivet Baptist Church; service 10 a.m. Donations in support of his "From Fear to Forgiveness," Web site: www.joemorgan.org, (checks payable to "Joe H. and Blanche J. Morgan Trust," 1212 Nu'uanu Ave., Suite 4008, Honolulu, HI 96817. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 30/10/2002]

 

John Grant Morgan II, 75, of Kona, Hawaii, a retired aerospace engineer and a U.S. Navy veteran, died Saturday June 29, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Virginia; sons John, Martin, Daniel, Mark and Timothy; daughters Mary Stone and Michelle Morgan; sister Mary L.; 14 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services to be held in California. [SB  4/7/2002]

 

CHIYOKO MORI, 79, of Kamuela, Hawai'i. died June 23, 2002. Born in Papa'ikou, Hawai'i. Retired sales clerk for Dan Deluz Woods. Survived by husband, Matthew; son, Craig; stepson, Dennis; stepdaughters, Harriet Theros and Naomi Kahohanohano; brothers, Takashi, Shizuo and Kiyoshi Takemoto; sister, Fumie Kobata. Visitation 1 to 2 p.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 2 p.m. Casual attire.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

MAY M. MORI, 93, of Honolulu, died Oct. 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired sales clerk. Survived by sisters, Haruye Dote and Hazel Ono. Private service. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.   [Adv 30/10/2002]

 

SATOSHI MORI, 78, of Papa'ikou, Hawai'i, died April 7, 2002. Born in Papa'ikou. A retired journeyman welder at Industrial Steel, Inc. Survived by wife, Itsumi; sons, Nolan, Don and Lee; sisters, Kazuko "Kay" Eto, Shigeko Hiraoka and Shizuko Nishimoto; four granddaughters. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 5 p.m. No flowers.   [Adv 10/4/2002]

 

SHIRLEY MITSUE MORI, 53, of Honolulu, died May 1, 2002. Born in Tokyo, Japan. Former assistant restaurant manager for Hyatt Regency. Survived by parents, Ralph and Chiyeko. Visitation 2:30 to 3 p.m. Wednesday at Unity Church of Hawaii; service 3 p.m. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.  [Adv 12/5/2002]

 

SHIGEO MORI , 99, of Honolulu, died June 7, 2002. Born in Ola'a, Hawai'i. Retired owner of Home Auto Glass Ltd. Survived by wife, Toshiko; sons, Arthur and Paul; daughters, Marjorie Warren, June Shida and Kay Kurio; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Family service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.         [Adv 21/6/2002]

 

Albert Masao Moriguchi, 76, of Kailua-Kona, will be remembered in services 4 p.m. Sunday at Kona Hongwanji Mission in Kealakekua, Hawaii. Call after 3 p.m. Moriguchi was driving to church on Nov. 10, 2002 when his 1993 Mercury sedan collided with a 1989 Nissan that crossed the center line on Palani Road in Kailua-Kona. He died three hours after the accident. He was born in Kealakekua and was a state government custodian. He is survived by wife Yooko S.,; sons Martin and Jay, and sisters Nancy Lam, Barbara Kurokawa and Betty Moriguchi. Aloha attire.   [SB 21/11/2002]

 

ELAINE YOSHIKO MORIHARA, 88, of Honolulu, died Oct. 12, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. Co-proprietor of the Ala Wai Pharmacy. Survived by son, Gerald; daughter, Marcia; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother, Donald Matsui; sister, Clara Hamai. Private service held. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.      [Adv 25/10/2002]

 

SHIGEO MORIHARA, 81, of Kula, Maui, died April 27, 2002. Retired owner of Morihara Store in Kula. Survived by sons, David and Richard; daughters, Joy Morihara and Jenny Kageyama; four grandchildren; brother, Morio. Visitation 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Nakamura Mortuary; celebration of life 11:30 a.m.; reception to follow; inurnment 2 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park, Hale Roselani niche. Casual attire.   [Adv 9/5/2002]

 

KEIJI "BEN" MORIKAMI , 76, of Honolulu, died March 21, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A former U.S. Post Office mail carrier. Survived by sons, Alvin and David; daughter, Amy; brother, Shigehiro; sisters, Rose Ishimoto and Ellen Freitas. Committal service 1 p.m. Wednesday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Leeward Funeral Home.     [Adv 29/3/2002]

 

LOUISE NAOMI MORIKAWA , 47, of Honolulu, died May 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A financial analyst for Insurance Plus. Survived by mother, Margaret; brothers, Clifford and Steven. Service 4 p.m. Monday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 31/5/2002]

 

GEORGE YOSHIMI MORIKAWA, 71, of Honolulu, died Nov. 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Hawaiian Regent Hotel superintendent of front services. Survived by wife, Rena; daughters, Lori-Ann Kaahaaina and Jaye Morikawa-Maher; son, Jon; seven grandchildren; sisters, Margaret Nishimura and Sally Takemura; brother, Francis. Visitation 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary; memorial service 11 a.m.; scattering of ashes 2 p.m. off Hawai'i Kai. Aloha attire.    [Adv 10/12/2002]

 

RICHARD SATORU MORIKAWA, 64, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Oct. 5, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A system analyst. Survived by mother, Umeko; brothers, Sterling, Stanley and Dennis. Private service held. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.       [Adv 17/10/2002]

 

SADAO MORIKAWA, 76, of Lahaina, Maui, died July 16, 2002. A U.S. Army veteran who served during the Korean War. A Maui County firefighter. Survived by wife, Jane; sons, Lance and Randall; daughters, Sharon Manner, Imogene Ramos and Lynne Perry; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brother, Toshio; sisters, Shinayo Hadama, Sachiko Shomura and Nobuko Beppu. Private service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.    [Adv 21/7/2002]

 

TIMOTHY MASAYOSHI MORIKAWA, 48, of Honolulu, died Sept. 2, 2002. Born in Hawai'i. Vice president/general manager for Hawaii Star Bakery. Survived by mother, Janette Minami; stepfather, Clarence Minami; brothers, Tom and David. Visitation 5 p.m. Monday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; memorial service 6 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 6/9/2002]

 

YOSHITO MORIKAWA, 82, of Honolulu, died Feb. 26, 2002. Born in Kohala, Hawai'i. Owner of Market Grocery. Survived by wife, Yasuko; son, Neil; daughter, Linda Yuen; brothers, Harry, Jerry, Kiyoshi and Bob; sisters, Nobuko Nadamoto, Hisako Toyooka and Terry Sato. Memorial service 6 p.m. Thursday at Diamond Head Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.  [Adv 4/3/2002]

 

MARY ISAKO MORIKI, 80, of Kane'ohe, died April 19, 2002. Born in Sheridan, N.Y. A retired waitress for Spencecliff. Survived by sons, Thomas, Stephen and Brian; daughter, Rosemary; six grandchildren; brother, Frank Ono; sister, Linda Tani. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 25/4/2002]

 

TATSUO MORIKUNI, 86, of Honolulu, died Feb. 19, 2002. Born in Kapa'a, Kaua'i. Retired Queen's Medical Center painter. Survived by son, Norman; daughter, Karen Yamauchi; brother, Takeo; one granddaughter; two great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.   [Adv 26/2/2002]

 

HENRY YOSHIO MORIMOTO, 49, of Pearl City, died Dec. 7, 2002. Born in Okinawa. The owner of Summit Enterprise. Survived by son, Julian; father and stepmother, George and Yoshiko; mother and stepfather, Doris and Walter Takemoto; brothers, Harvey Morimoto and Calvin Takemoto; sisters, Norine Springer and Carolyn Pace; stepbrother, Jun Emoto. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.       [Adv 27/12/2002]

 

TOSHI ORITE MORIMOTO, 82, of Kahului, Maui, died Aug. 18, 2002. A member of Kahului Hongwanji. Survived by husband, Munaki; sons, Clyde Morimoto and Michael Allan; daughter, Sandy Imura; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers, Yukio Orite, Henry Noda and Richard Noda; sisters, Nancy Taba and Fay Zukeran. Private service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary.    [Adv 29/8/2002]

 

Yukie “Edith” Morimoto, 85, of Keaau, Hawaii, a retired Liberty House employee, died last Sunday Dec 29, 2002 at home. She was born in Kamuela, Hawaii. She is survived by son Warren; daughters Alison Kaneshiro and Lauren Riley; brothers Michio, Yuwato, Tsutomu, Nobuo and Hitoshi; sisters Pamela M. Carlyle, Kikue Matsumoto and Haruko Kawaoka; and seven grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Friday at Dodo Mortuary Chapel in Hilo. Call after 10 a.m. Inurnment: 1:30 p.m. at Homelani Memorial Park, Ilima section. Casual attire. No flowers.     [SB 05/01/2003]

 

GENKU MORINAGA , 75, of Lahaina, Maui, died May 15, 2002. Born in Lahaina. Owner of Zushi Restaurant. Survived by wife, Yoshiko Zushi; sons, Taketoshi Zushi, and Norman and Milton; daughter, Kikumi Takanashi; brother, Kenji; sisters, Tomie Nagasako and Toshie Shinno; four grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 20/5/2002]

 

JUNICHI "JACK" MORINAKA, 83, of Wai'anae, died Oct. 2, 2002. Born in Wai'anae. Survived by sisters, Yukie Morinaka and Chiyoko Yamane. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.     [Adv 09/10/2002]

 

SABURO MORINAKA, 82, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died Nov. 5, 2002. Born in Hanapepe, Kaua'i. A herbicide truck driver with Lihu'e Plantation. Survived by wife, Yuriye; sons, Stanley Hideo and Stanford Tsutomo; daughters, Delvina Reed and Lily Masue; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchild. Visitation 9 a.m. Tuesday at Lihu'e Hongwanji Mission; service 10 a.m.; burial to follow at Kaua'i Memorial Gardens. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.    [Adv 07/11/2002]

 

Katsuto Morioka, 94, of Honolulu, a retired Wong's Drapery Shoppe employee, died Sept. 30, 2002 in Queen's Medical Center. He was born in Kohala, Hawaii. He is survived by wife Kiyono, son Paul, daughter Martha Seto, brother James, five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services held.   [SB 08/10/2002]

 

HELEN TERUKO MORISHIGE, 87, of 'Aiea, died Aug. 24, 2002. Born in Kapoho, Hawai'i. Retired Luzier's Cosmetics consultant. Survived by son, Brian; daughter, Susan; three grandchildren; brothers, Toshio, Masayuki and Hideo Honda; sisters, Tamiko Honda and Harriet Matsuura. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 3/9/2002]

 

ERNEST KAZUO MORITA , 82, of Honolulu, died June 10, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retried estimator with Associated Steel. Survived by daughters, Claire Ganiko, Joyce Jones, Lois Suzawa. Elaine Nakai, Yvonne Koga and Adelle Takaoka; 16 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.       [Adv 13/7/2002]

 

MAMORU "MAMO" MORITA, 81, of Honolulu, died Feb. 16, 2002. Born in Kaumana-4 Miles, South Hilo, Hawai'i. A sergeant first class for the U.S. Army and medical records clerk retired from Kaiser Permanente. Survived by son, Tad; daughters, Marylyn Kaahanui and Ann Morita-Yamaato; five grandchildren; brother, Yuzuru; sisters, June Ohara, Ann Kawatani and Margaret Ono. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.   [Adv 23/2/2002]

 

MURIEL FUMIKO MORITA , 84, of Honolulu, died April 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired seamstress with Tori Richard. Survived by husband, Ernest; daughters, Claire Ganiko, Joyce Jones, Lois Suzawa, Elaine Nakai, Yvonne Koga and Adelle Takaoka. 16 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; brother, Maurice; sister Theresa Katsuki. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Harvest Chapel, 3650 Wai'alae Ave.; service 10:30 a.m. No flowers. Casual attire Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

SHIGEYOSHI MORITA, 72, of Kane'ohe, died Dec. 13, 2002. Born in Hakalau, Hawai'i. Retired capital improvement program branch chief, Planning Division, state Department of Planning and Economic Development. Survived by wife, Terry; son, Robert; daughters, Katherine Johnson and Jocelyn Nakashige; four grandchildren; brothers, Jack, Kazuo and Tsuruo "Roy"; sister, Alice Tamanaha. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.        [Adv 22/12/2002]

 

YONETOSHI "MANO" MORITA, 84, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died May 18, 2002. Born in Hilo. A retired clerk for Young Brothers. Survived by sons, Nathan and Alan; daughter, Marian Takeshima; brother, Paul; sister, Doris Nakamura; three grandchildren. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 5 p.m. Casual attire.    [Adv 22/5/2002]

 

JITSUTARO MORIWAKE, 69, of Honolulu, died June 16, 2002. Born in Waimea, Kaua'i. Retired Hawaiian Airlines office clerk. Survived by sons, Dutchie Bright and Ballard Kashinoki; daughters, Waonette Matsumoto, Lorna Bright and Tracy-Ann Kashinoki-Lopez; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; brother, Hiroji Moriwake; sister, Suye Hayashida. Service 2 p.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary.      [Adv 26/6/2002]

 

ELLA TSURUKO MORIWAKI, 84, of Pearl City, died Aug. 21, 2002. Born in Kea'au, Hawai'i. Survived by husband, Paul; sons, Thomas and David; daughter, Eileen; brother, Harry Kiyabu; sisters, Betty Matsumoto, Masae Horiuchi, Natsuko Uehara and Jane Imamura; a granddaughter. Visitation from 5 p.m. tomorrow at Nuuanu Mortuary, service 6 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 25/8/2002]

 

RICHARD K. MORIWAKI, 80, Lihu'e, died April 9, 2002. Born in Kapaia, Kaua'i. A retired postal worker. Survived by brother, Masaru; sister, Shizue Ishibashi. Private service held. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.   [Adv 17/4/2002]

 

HOWARD SEITARO MORIYAMA , 82, of Honolulu, died April 15, 2002. Born in Kahuku. A retired electrician for Rite-Way Electric. Survived by wife, Joan; brothers, Stanley, Herbert and Robert; sister, Muriel Oka. Visitation 3 to 4 p.m. Monday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 4 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 19/4/2002]

 

NORMA JANET COLOTARIO MORREIRA, 61, of Kane'ohe, died Sept. 22, 2002. Born in Ho'olehua, Moloka'i. A hospital nurses' aide. Survived by brother, Reginald; sisters, Rosalie Punahele, Deborah Donovan and Nadine Lelenoa. Visitation 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m. Cremation to follow. Private burial on Moloka'i at a later date. No flowers. Casual attire.   [Adv 30/9/2002]

 

ANITA KAIPONOHEA MORRIS, 76, of Santa Maria, Calif., formerly of Honolulu, died June 15, 2002. Retired from Columbia Record Co. Survived by sister, Nona Akana; brother, Lloyd Kellett. Mainland service and burial held. Local visitation 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church; memorial Mass 11 a.m. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Santa Maria, Calif.      [Adv 16/7/2002]

 

Doris "DoDee" O. Morris, 78, of Pukalani, Maui, a homemaker, died Monday Aug 5, 2002 in Wailuku. She was born in Canada. She is survived by husband Carrol O., daughter Diane Radanovich, hanai son Greg Park, two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Celebration of life: 2 p.m. Saturday at Morris' residence. Donations suggested to the Maui Humane Society.    [SB 8/8/2002]

 

ELRON RAY KALANI MORRIS , 42, of Kane'ohe, died April 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A Navy Exchange stock clerk. Survived by parents, Daniel and Eleanor; brother, Darrin; sister, Marvis Rezentes; grandmother, Alma Phillips. Visitation 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Ann Church; Mass 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Casual attire. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 4/5/2002]

 

ROBERT JAY MIKIO MORRIS SR., 62, of Honolulu, died Sept. 13, 2002. Born in South Kona, Hawai'i. Retired Hawaii Prince Hotel kitchen maintenance worker. Survived by wife, Carol; sons, Robert Jr. and Ricky; daughters, Mona Rair, Roxann Tancayo and Rozlyn Deponte; mother, Mona; brother, James; 16 grandchildren; stepchildren, Eric and Lisa Kupau. Visitation 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m. No flowers. Casual attire.     [Adv 16/9/2002]

 

RUBY KILOHANA MORSE, 80, of Wai'anae, died Jan. 29, 2002. Member of Hale O Na Ali'i 'Ahahui Po'o. Survived by son, Jerry Lonoikamakaniki; daughters, Ruby Aila, Renee Tavares and Vanessa Spake; 17 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; brother, Harry Kealoha; sister, Violet Kowalski. Visitation 9 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Saturday at Oahu Cemetery chapel; service 11 a.m. Burial 2 p.m. at the cemetery. No flowers. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.       [Adv 4/2/2002]

 

Tomas Galarpe Mortillero, 75, of Captain Cook, Hawaii, a retired forest ranger and investigator, died March 5, 2002 in Kona Community Hospital. He was born in Bayawan, Negros Oriental, the Philippines. He is survived by wife Herminia G. and hanai brother John Ilagan. No flowers. Donations may be made in his memory to John Ilagan, P.O. Box 624, Captain Cook, HI 96704. Call 808-937-1403.      [SB 14/4/2002]

 

EDGAR MORTON JR. , 62, of Wailuku, Maui, died June 10, 2002. Born in Wailuku. Retired from Operators Engineers Union. Survived by wife, Masae; son, Edgar III; hanai daughter, Mariann DeMello; stepsons, Harry Morton, Anthony and Michael Borge; stepdaughter, Francine Uyesono; brothers, Rodney and Eugene; sisters, Laverne and Sharon; 11 grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday at Ballard Family Mortuary; memorial service 11:30 a.m. Lei only. Aloha attire.      [Adv 12/6/2002]

 

ISABEL MORTON, 91, of Honolulu, died March 31, 2002. Born in Sunderland, England. A retired schoolteacher. Survived by nephews, Bill and Roger; nieces, Jean Fraser, Peggy and Mary. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.     [Adv 18/4/2002]

 

Mary Elizabeth Morton, 47, of Waimea, Kauai, a general manager for Grantham Resorts in Poipu, died Wednesday Dec 18, 2002 in Wilcox Memorial Hospital. She was born in Missouri. She is survived by sons Kesava, Sanjay and Jivan; mother Virginia Love; sisters Nancy and Carolyn Carter and Margaret Cabbab; and brother John Carter. Services: 5 p.m. tomorrow at St. John's Church in Eleele. Call after 4:30 p.m. Scattering of ashes at a later date. Casual attire. No flowers.     [SB 27/12/2002]

 

DON MOSELEY, 72, of Honolulu and Santa Rosa, Calif., died Nov. 30, 2002. Born in San Francisco. Honolulu Academy of Arts volunteer, and member, Honolulu Lawn Bowling Club. Survived by wife, Barbara Lee; two stepchildren; four children from previous marriage; seven grandchildren. Private service pending. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.     [Adv 13/12/2002]

 

HERMINA CRAVALHO MOSER, 79, of Royal Oaks, Mich., formerly of Kula, Maui and and Los Angeles, died Aug. 19, 2002. Born in Pa'ia, Maui. Survived by son, James Galloway Jr.; daughters, Rita Anthony, Alma Racette and Roseanna Misener; brothers, Lawrence Sr. and Elmer; sisters. Catherine Kendrick, Priscilla Barrett, Ruth Landes and Theresa Browning; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. Service held in Royal Oaks, Mich. Memorial service 10:30 a.m. Sept. 8 at Holy Angels Catholic Church in Arcadia, Calif. Arrangements by Desmond & Sons Mortuary.    [Adv 28/8/2002]

 

SANDRA "EHU" MOSES, 48, of Hau'ula, died July 10, 2002. Born in Ka'a'awa. A custodian at Kahuku High School for 10 years. Survived by husband, James; daughters, Sasha, Laura, Vonda Chisolm and Romona Bryant; sisters, Darlene Jumavan and Julia Pai; brothers, James Domingo, Garret Porter, Henry and Thomas Momoa; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church; service over the ashes 10:30 a.m. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 24/7/2002]

 

SARA ANNE MOSES, 54, of Honolulu, died Feb. 8, 2002. Born in Atlanta. An artist. Survived by husband, Jeffrey; daughter, Elizabeth Wells; son, Christopher Michael; mother, Sarah Johnson; brothers, T.L., Bill and Skip Johnson; one grandchild. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow at Iolani School, St. Alban's Chapel; memorial service 5 p.m.; private O'ahu Cemetery burial later. No flowers; donations to Iolani School Art Department, 563 Kamoku St., Honolulu, HI 96826. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary. [Adv 12/2/2002]

 

Ruth Faye Mosier, 77, of Kailua-Kona, a retired hairdresser and a salesclerk at Liberty House, died Sept. 10, 2002 at home. She was born in Arkansas. She is survived by daughter Lynda F. Goin, brother Howard Dill and three grandchildren. Services: 3 p.m. next Saturday at the Calvary Community Church, Lake Street, Kailua-Kona. Call after 3 p.m. Casual attire. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of Kona, P.O. Box 2117, Kailua-Kona, HI 96745.     [SB 28/9/2002]

 

LARRY SHIGEO "SHEMP" MOTOOKA, 65, of Honolulu, died Dec. 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard (Shop 51) electrician. Survived by wife, Ethel; son, Lance; daughters, Molly Motooka and Lynda Reavely; three grandchildren; brother, Richard; sisters, Otaka Kato, Gertrude Kurasaki and Loretta. Services 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 17/12/2002]

 

THE REV. SACHIHIDE MOTOYOSHI, 83, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died Jan. 31, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. A retired minister with Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii. Survived by wife, Sonoe; daughters, Keiko Fukuda, Yukiko and Akiko Ikeda; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother, Akira; sister, Noriko Kiyota. Visitation 3 p.m. Sunday at Lihu'e Hongwanji Mission; service 4 p.m. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.    [Adv 5/2/2002]

 

ROBERT ENDRE "MOTT" MOTT-SMITH, 69, of Salt Lake City, died Aug. 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired senior analyst for Castle & Cook's Economic Development Department, participant in management of Dole Pineapple and Oceanic Properties, consultant for C. Brewer and Honolulu Advertiser agent in Kona. Survived by wife, Marla; daughter, Lauren Guin; sons, Robert and Joseph; sister, Virginia Maciszewski; nieces, Colleen Fischer and Teresa Maciszewski; nephew, Michael Maciszewski. Celebration and memorial service 10:30 a.m. Friday at the home of Guy Davis in Honolulu. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.    [Adv 28/8/2002]

 

DELMO MOUDY, 82, of Kahana, Maui, died Feb. 1, 2002. Born in Canute, Okla. A retired B-24 pilot who had flown with the Air Force's 461st Bomb Group; also a retired teacher who served as a tutor in special reading and English programs on Maui. Survived by wife, Elizabeth; sons, Craig Moudy, Lance Muscutt and Breant Muscutt; daughter, Elin Weaver; sister, Anna Neely; seven grandchildren. Private service on the Mainland. Memorial donations to Alzheimer's Association, Respite Care, Maui Branch, 11 Mahaolu St., Kahului, HI 96732. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.          [Adv 3/2/2002]

 

CLARENCE KONG WAH MOW, 73, of Honolulu, died Aug. 30, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A state land surveyor. Survived by sister, Mabel Leong; brothers, Warren, Raymond and Lawrence. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary. [Adv 9/18/2002]

 

FRANK KIM SUI MOW, 78, of Honolulu, died Feb. 19, 2002. Born in China. Ameritas Life Insurance Co. general agent. Survived by son, Philip; daughter, Queenie Mary Mow-Chee; two grandchildren; sister, Margaret Lin. Visitation 9 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; service noon; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaii Veteran's Cemetery. Aloha attire.   [Adv 25/2/2002]

 

CAROLINE MARGARET MOYER , 83, of Honolulu, died June 8, 2002. Born in Cherryville, N.C. Retired problem-resolution specialist with the Internal Revenue Service with 42 years of service. Survived by husband, John; brother, Robert Mauney; sister, Dorothy Whitley and Nancy Pannell. Visitation 11 to 11:30 a.m. Friday at Lutheran Church of Honolulu; memorial service 11:30 a.m. Mainland inurnment at a later date. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.      [Adv 12/6/2002]

 

EDWARD "UNCLE ED" E. MUELLER, 74, of Kane'ohe, died Nov. 11, 2002. A sergeant major retired from the United States Marine Corps. Survived by wife, Carol; daughters, Tina Mueller, Linda Saxon and Maureen Barry; sons, Ed and David Simpson; brother, William; sisters, Lorraine Moore and Lois Gioux; five grandchildren. Visitation noon Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 1 p.m. Committal service 2 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. No flowers. Aloha attire.    [Adv 23/11/2002]

 

HERBERT J. MUELLER, 85, of Forest Grove, Ore., formerly of Hawai'i, died March 23, 2002. Born in Neshota, Wis. A heavy construction industry estimator, and former employee of Pacific Construction Co. and Dillingham Construction Co. (Hawai'i); and Drake Construction Co., (Oregon); and civilian carpenter, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Survived by wife, Frances "Fran"; son, Kurt; daughter, Janice; sister Ardel Belkie; two grandchildren. Services April 7 in Forest Grove. Donations to Forest Grove Senior Center, 2037 Douglas St., Forest Grove, OR 97116. Arrangements by Fuiten, Rose & Hoyt Funeral Home, Vernonia, Ore.      [Adv 28/3/2002]

 

Desmond Muirhead, a renowned golf-course architect who fought for responsible growth in Hawai'i in the 1960s, died May 2, 2002 at his home in Newport Beach, Calif. He was 79.  Muirhead was born March 23, 1923, in Norwich, England. He attended Cambridge University, the University of British Columbia and the University of Oregon.  Muirhead also was a navigator in Britain's Royal Air Force and logged more than 2,000 hours of flight time in his four years of service. He moved to the United States in the 1950s and quickly became one of the most respected golf course designers in the country.  Golf Digest magazine described Muirhead as "the most innovative designer in 100 years" and he was called the "father of private golf club communities" by Executive Golfer. He designed courses with Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gene Sarazen and Nick Faldo.  In the early 1960s, Muirhead lived in Honolulu and was a consultant to Henry J. Kaiser for what would become Hawai'i Kai. Muirhead spoke out against the overdevelopment of Waikiki and fought a plan that would allow high-rise buildings on Diamond Head, which he called a "great work of art that must be saved."  In the 1970s, Muirhead was engaged to then state Rep. Jean King, who would go on to become Hawai'i's lieutenant governor.  King planned to quit Hawai'i politics and move to California with Muirhead, but those plans fell through.  Muirhead is survived by his wife, Helen; daughters, Romy, Christine and Philippa; and three grandchildren.  No local services are planned.       [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

ETHEL AIKO MUKAI, 88, of Pearl City, died Oct. 22, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired co-owner of Mukai Store. Survived by sons, Eugene, William and Edwin; daughters, Jean Tokita and Elaine Shinsato; 10 grandchildren; great-grandchild; sister, Beatrice Kajiwara. Service 10 a.m. Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers.Casual attire.    [Adv 05/11/2002]

 

HERBERT KIZO MUKAI, 76, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died April 3, 2002. Born in Honomu, South Hilo, Hawai'i. Proprietor of Mukai Vegetable and Flower Shop, Hilo. Survived by wife, Tomoye; sons, Bert, Glen and Craig; sister, Amy Kuroiwa; brothers, Takumi and Thomas; six grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Visitation 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow at Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home; service 5 p.m. Aloha attire.      [Adv 5/4/2002]

 

HIDEO MUKAI, 77, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Oct. 20, 2002. Born in Papa'ikou, Hawai'i. A retired inspector of underground wiring for HELCO. Survived by wife, Fujie "Fudge"; daughters, Leona Mukai, Deborah Hirako and Patty Yates; brother, Hajime; sisters, Miyako Senzaki and Kiyoko Ono; four grandchildren. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 11 a.m.; burial to follow at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2. No flowers. Casual attire.       [Adv 27/10/2002]

 

MASAE MUKAI, 88, of Waialua, died Dec. 21, 2002. Born in 'Aiea. Retired from Aloha Tailor. Survived by sons, the Rev. Yoshikiyo and Ted; daughters, Nancy Yamada and Alice Kuniyuki; three grandchildren; brother, Masaji Abe; sister, Grace Tsurue Abe. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary.    [Adv 04/01/2003]

 

MASANOBU "MAXIE" MUKAI, 85, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died July 15, 2002. Born in Hanama'ulu, Kaua'i. A service station owner/manager of Kauai Veterans Service Station. Survived by wife, Shimoe; daughter, Julie Dixon; a grandchild; sister, Kimiyo Takeuchi. Visitation 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Lihu'e Christian Church; service 3 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary.    [Adv 17/7/2002]

 

THOMAS FRANCIS MULLAHEY , 82, formerly of Honolulu, died April 2, 2002. Born in San Francisco. A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. Employed in public relations by Hawaii Employers Council and worked in television producing, doing voice-overs and freelance writing. Survived by daughter, Vicki Thiele; former wife, Joan. No service held at his request. Memorial donations to Georgetown University Alumni Fund, 3604 O St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20077 or to a favorite charity.     [Adv 8/6/2002]

 

John P. Mullen, a businessman and leader in the Hawai'i insurance industry, died Sept. 22, 2002 in Honolulu. He was 82. Mullen was born in Motherwell, Scotland, on June 26, 1920. In 1959, he and his wife, Margaret, founded John Mullen and Co. in Honolulu. The company grew steadily and now has a staff of about 80 employees and 37 licensed adjusters. In addition to Hawai'i, the company services insurance claims throughout the Pacific basin, including Johnston Island, American Samoa and Guam. Janet Dwyer, Mullen's daughter, said her parents built the business on integrity, quality service, family values and a commitment to the community. John Mullen also felt that employee morale was an important factor in running a successful business, Dwyer said. She said that each pay period, her mother would write out every paycheck and John Mullen would deliver them so he could stay in touch with each employee. Former state insurance commissioner Robin Campaniano called Mullen an "honorable man." Campaniano is president of AIG Hawai'i Insurance Co.  "When I was insurance commissioner there were several people I could trust implicitly and he was one of the few," Campaniano said. "His life would be wasted if people did not try to live life the way he did and that was honest and straightforward and forthright." In addition to his business interest, Mullen served on the Hawai'i Judicial Selection Committee, and was a former president of the Hawai'i Insurers Council and Hawai'i Insurance Guaranty Association. He was a member of the Waialae Country Club, volunteered at The Queen's Medical Center, and was the head usher at Holy Trinity Church. Survivors include his wife, Margaret; son, Terry; daughter, Janet Dwyer; three grandchildren; and sister, Maureen Nydam. Committal service 1 p.m. tomorrow at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Memorial donations to Hospice Hawai'i or Holy Trinity Church.      [Adv 26/9/2002]

 

JOSEPH FRANCIS MULLEN, 82, of Sun City Center, Fla., formerly of Honolulu, died Oct. 6, 2002. Born in Maiden, Mass. A retired mechanical engineer. Survived by wife, Rita; daughters, Karen Mullen and Denise Silva; a brother; two sisters; seven grandchildren. Mass 11 a.m. Wednesday at Prince of Peace Catholic Church, Sun City Center, Fla. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to LifePath Hospice, 3010 W. Azeele St., Tampa, FL 33609. Arrangements by Serenity Meadows Funeral Home, Riverview, Fla.    [Adv 12/10/2002]

 

DOROTHY "DOT" WONG MULLER, 79, of Honolulu, died July 24, 2002. Born in Wahiawa, A homemaker. Survived by husband, Richard; son, Jerome "Jerry" "Kaumuali'i"; daughter, Elvira "Lanani"; grandchildren, Michael and Rachel Doty; brothers, Ernest, Henry and Kenneth Wong. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Monday at Oahu Cemetery Chapel; service 11 a.m. at Oahu Cemetery. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.       [Adv 30/7/2002]

 

JERRY MARTINSON MULLER , 49, of Mililani, died Sept. 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Beverly; children, Hinano Angco, Braddah and Pookela; brothers, Thomas Jr. and Rodney; grandchildren, Daisha and Blaise. Visitation 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at O'ahu Cemetery Chapel; service 6:30 p.m. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.     [Adv 14/9/2002]

 

Robert "Joe" Piercy Muller, a Honolulu construction executive, died Dec. 14, 2002 in Seattle. Muller, 62, had been battling cancer and was at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center when he died.  Muller was a civil engineer and owner of the R.P. Muller Corporation. The construction firmed focused on commercial projects, including the Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) laboratory at Keahole on the Big Island.  Muller was born in Honolulu and was a three-sport athlete at Punahou School. He attended Stanford University. After college, he was an F-102 fighter pilot with the Hawai'i Air National Guard and worked as a pilot for TWA for a decade.  Muller is survived by his wife, Kathy; a daughter, Barbara "Baba" Muller; parents Robert L. and Lorna N. Muller; and brothers Lee and Michael.  A memorial service will be held at 9 a.m. Friday at the Outrigger Canoe Club. Aloha attire. No flowers.  Donations may be made to the Robert "Joe" Muller Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund, c/o Punahou School, 1601 Punahou St., Honolulu, HI 96822.          [Adv 17/12/2002]

 

ROBERT ENGLEBERT MULLER, 52, of Mountain View, Hawai'i, died July 11, 2002. Born in Fresno, Calif. Survived by son, Paul; sister, Patricia Silva; two grandchildren. Private service. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo, Hawai'i.     [Adv 18/7/2002]

 

STERLING "PAT" MULLER, 82, of Honolulu, died May 11, 2002. Born in Medera, Calif. Owner of Pat's Used Cars. Survived by wife, Ruth; daughters, Kristy Monroe, Donna Shelton and Patricia McNamara; son, Rodman; 10 grandchildren. Private service held. Donations to St. Francis Hospice or Outrigger Canoe Club Duke Kahanamoku Foundation—Daddy Haine Volleyball Fund. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.     [Adv 16/5/2002]

 

MIU LANG LONOKAHIKINA MULLIGAN, 62, of Waimanalo, died March 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A travel agent. Survived by children, Melvin, Andrea, Pua and Joey; two grandchildren; father, Franklin Baker Jr.; brothers, Gene and Kanaina Baker. Visitation 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 6 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.    [Adv 23/3/2002]

 

Pansy Keonaona Mumper, 79, of Kailua, a retired M's Ranch House waitress, died June 23, 2002 at home. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by sons Robert and Barry; daughter Annette; brothers William and Henry Mahi; sisters Beatrice Barboza, Bernice Ferreira and Joyce Geraldine; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Private services.    [SB 22/7/2002]

 

MELVIN KIN HONG MUN, 67, of Pearl City, died Dec. 16, 2002. Born in Ho-nolulu. Retired from Hawaiian Electric as a draftsman. Survived by wife, Gaylian; son, Jeffery; daughters, Laurie Onizuka, Melva Mun, Kimberlee Fujimoto and Celeste Barry; three grandchildren; brothers, Kenneth, Lawrence and Milton; sisters, Bertha Chu, Jeanette Young and Eleanor Yuen. Visitation 10 a.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. No flowers. Aloha attire.       [Adv 27/12/2002]

 

MYONG SU MUN, 96, of Honolulu, died Feb. 5, 2002. Born in Korea. A retired hardware store owner. Volunteer at Waimano Training School and Hospital. Survived by wife, Pong Hui Hwang; sons, Chong Ho, Yong Ho, Kyong Ho and Young Ho; daughters, Ok Yon Mun and Ok Hui Lee; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. Monday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; service 11 a.m.; burial at Hawaiian Memorial Park.    [Adv 8/2/2002]

 

ORVILLE "KINNY" KAM KIN MUN , of Honolulu, died March 11, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Evelyn "Evie"; son, Myles; daughters, Natalie Mun-Takata, Sheila Mun-Bryce and Tracy Lum; sisters, Marian Lum, Harriet Gee, Evelyn Mun, Jean Seu, Martha Chock and Anna Miller; 11 grandchildren. Memorial service 3 p.m. Saturday at Community of Christ Church. No flowers. Bright aloha attire. Arrangements by Mililani Downtown Mortuary.    [Adv 26/3/2002]

 

DIONISIA MARQUEZ MUNAR, 51, of Honolulu, died Dec. 9, 2002. Born in San Fernando City, Philippines. Survived by husband, Artemio; son, Mark; daughter, Myra; mother, Juliana Marquez; brothers, Desiderio, Cresencio, Bernardo and Rodolfo Marquez; sisters, Dolores Rivera, Marina Arata, Juana Silverie, Teresita Marzo and Milagros Costales. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Catholic Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Friday at the church; Mass 9 a.m.; burial to follow at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 16/12/2002]

 

CONRAD YOSHIO MUNENO , 55, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died Aug. 9, 2002. Born in Pepe'ekeo, Hawai'i. Former mechanic for Cabby's Union Service. A County of Hawai'i crossing guard. Survived by sister, Leilani; niece. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. Monday at Puhi Bay, Keaukaha; scattering of ashes to follow. No flowers, Casual attire. Arrangements by Homelani Memorial Park and Crematory.  [Adv 16/8/2002]

 

KAM MUNEVONGSA, 68, of Honolulu, died July 29, 2002. Born in Laos. Survived by wife, Xom; sons, Tom, Tone and Butch; daughters, Lena Muongmany, and Allie and Champa; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Borthwick Mortuary; Laotian Buddhist services and cremation to follow.        [Adv 31/7/2002]

 

BARBARA MUNEY, 65, of Honolulu, died May 18, 2002. Born in New York City. Survived by brother, William; many friends in Hawai'i. Graveside service 2 p.m. tomorrow at Mililani Memorial Park. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services.    [Adv 22/5/2002]

 

FLORENCE ASAKO MURAKAMI, 94, of Honolulu, died Sept. 28, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired self employed dressmaker. Survived by daughters, Mae Hiranaka, Jane Murakami and Carol Fujita; two grandchildren; great-grandchild; sister, Bessie Kurihara. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.   [Adv 05/10/2002]

 

FRANCIS TOSHIMITSU MURAKAMI, 89, of Mililani, died Nov. 28, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired bus driver. Survived by son, Richard; daughters, Joan Au, Janet Shadron and Judy Takara; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Visitation 6 p.m. Tuesday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Casual attire.    [Adv 07/12/2002]

 

GARY KIYOSHI MURAKAMI, 39, of Honolulu, died April 25, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A Kmart Stores receiving clerk. Survived by daughter, Arianne; parents, Lawrence and Ethel. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary. [Adv 6/5/2002]

 

HARUYUKI "HENRY" MURAKAMI, 81, of Honolulu, died May 1, 2002. Born in Waialua. Retired Associated Steel Co. heavy equipment crane operator. Survived by wife, Flora; sons, Larry, Leroy, Lloyd and Leonard Yamamoto; daughter, Lora Matsumura; 28 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brothers, Richard, Takeyuki, Kengo, Herbert and Leonard; sisters, Janet Mizusawa, Norma Robello, Thelma Vasconcellos, Emiko Shinsato and LaVerne Kaluhiokalani. Service 10 a.m. Thursday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire. [Adv 6/5/2002]

 

June Sueko Murakami, 67, of Wailuku, died Sunday Nov 24, 2002 at home. She was born on Lanai. She is survived by husband Richard; son Duane; daughters Lori Murakami and Joni Leval; brothers Saichi, Hisao, Masaru and Henry Fukutani; sisters Helen Uyeda and Florence Yamamoto; and three grandchildren. Services: 5 p.m. Saturday at Nakamura Mortuary.     [SB 28/11/2002]

 

KAZUYOSHI MURAKAMI, 94, of Kane'ohe, died May 4, 2002. Born in Kahuku. A retired finishing carpenter. Survived by son, Paul; daughters, Janice Kanayama, Amy Harada, Susan Hori and Phyllis Murakami-Siu; nine grandchildren; a great-grandchild; brothers, Sadaichi and Soichi; sister, Isayo Yukihiro. Private service held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.  [Adv 15/5/2002]

 

MITSUO "MIKE" MURAKAMI, 81, of Mililani, died April 27, 2002. Born in Kaupakalua, Maui. Retired from the U.S Army with more than 30 years of service. Survived by wife, Shizue; sons, Robert and H. John; daughter, Mieko Murakami-Vendiola; brother, Richard; sisters, Patsy Wakashige and Joyce Waki; three grandchildren; great-grandchild. Committal service 1 p.m. Thursday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary.    [Adv 30/4/2002]

 

MITSUYO HARAI MURAKAMI, 97, of Honolulu, died Oct. 4, 2002. Former Kona, Hawai'i, Japanese language teacher, and Red Cross volunteer. Survived by daughters, Thelma, Janet Asami and Evelyn Ishihara; brother, Takashi Harai; sister, Katsuko Sato; five grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary.   [Adv 14/10/2002]

 

SHIGETO MURAKAMI, 81, of Honolulu, died July 29, 2002. Born in Honoka'a, Hawai'i. A retired state Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) manager. Survived by wife, Helen; son, Dennis; daughter, Cynthia Pang; brothers, Stanley, Tsukasa, robert, Kiyoshi and Yoshiki; sisters, Hatsuko Yamamura, Michiko Higa and Yoshiko; four grandchildren. Service 2 p.m. Saturday at Honpa Hongwanji Mission, Hawaii Betsuin. Casual attire. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 1/8/2002]

 

Stuart James Murakami, 33, of Kaneohe, a Riteway Builders Inc. president, died Nov. 12, 2002. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Paula Nishida-Murakami, mother Luella, brother Clinton and sister Sunday Castillo. Services: 4 p.m. Sunday at Nuuanu Mortuary. Aloha attire. No flowers.     [SB 20/11/2002]

 

GERTRUDE MURAKANE, 64, of Waimea, Hawai'i, died Aug. 10, 2002. Born in Waiki'i, Hawai'i. A hostess retired from Mauna Kea Beach Hotel and clerk at 7-Eleven. Survived by sons, James Weller Jr., Matthew Weller and Wesley Murakane; daughter, Roslyn; mother, Helen Lewi; brothers, Hiram Lewi and Albert Lewi; sister, Bernice Sims; hanai sister, Elsie Lewi; 14 grandchildren. Memorial service 1 p.m. Wednesday at Imiola Congregational Church, Waimea. Aloha attire. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo.  [Adv 18/8/2002]

 

HARUKO MURAKAWA, 88, of Honolulu, died Dec. 27, 2002. Born in Kumamoto, Japan. Survived by sons, Frank Murakawa and Reiji Sugimoto; daughters, Mae Shiraishi and Elizabeth Nakamura; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Service 6 p.m. Thursday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 06/01/2003]

 

ANNETTE OI KWAN MURANAKA, 52, of Kane'ohe, died April 22, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Aetna and Aloha Care insurance claim supervisor. Survived by husband, Alvin; daughters, Tracy and Terry; mother, Kwong Yown Lum; brothers, Kelvin and Melvin Lum; sister, Lynette Chun. Service noon Saturday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Casual attire.      [Adv 21/5/2002]

 

SHIGEKO MURANAKA, also known as BEATRICE F. MURANAKA, 77, of Honolulu, died Dec. 4, 2002. Born in Na'alehu, Hawai'i. Retired state Department of Taxation clerk. Survived by husband, Richard; son, Michael; daughter, Elaine Serizawa; five grandchildren; sisters, Nobuko "Evelyn" Higashi, Emi Ezuka and Eleanor "Ella" Sur. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 16/12/2002]

 

CLARENCE MINORU MURASHIGE, 94, of Honolulu, died Feb. 25, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired taxi driver. Survived by wife, Marion; daughters, Jean Murashige, Peggy Uehara and Diane Inouye; five grandchildren; a great-grandson; brother, Masaru; sister, Shizuko. Private service held. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 6/4/2002]

 

FUMI MURAMATSU, 83, of Honolulu, died Jan. 10, 2002. Born in 'Ola'a, Hawai'i. Member of Shingon Mission of Hawai'i and Goeika. Survived by sons, Rodney and Byron; daughter, Lyn Oshiro; brother, Shigeru Matsuura; sisters, Fuyu Suganuma and June Mikami; four grandsons; two great-grandsons. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.     [Adv 21/1/2002]

 

HAZEL SUENO MURAMOTO , 87, of Wahiawa, died April 13, 2002. Born in Wahiawa. Attended Tachikawa Sewing School. Survived by husband, Tsukasa; daughter, Louise Black; son, Michael; sister, Jean Hamamura; brother, Robert Tokumoto. Private service held. Donations may be made to Kuakini Foundation, 347 N. Kuakini St., Honolulu, HI 96817. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park and Mortuary. [Adv 23/4/2002]

 

ROY EICHI MURAMOTO , 59, of 'Aiea, died May 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A warehouseman. Survived by mother, Kinuko "Kay"; brothers, Melvin, Francis and Lawrence; sister, Faith Chinen. Service 10 a.m. Tuesday at Jikoen Hongwanji. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.   [Adv 11/5/2002]

 

TORU MURAMOTO , 77, of Honolulu, died April 6, 2002. Born in Honolulu. An administrative clerk for the federal government. Survived by sons, Alvin, Gary and Wesley; brother, Wataru and Jun; sister, Violet Watanabe; 10 grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 11/5/2002]

 

CRAIG AKIO MURAOKA, 47, of Kane'ohe, died May 3, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A Circulation Department single copy merchandiser for the Honolulu Advertiser. Survived by wife, Julie; daughter, Jalen; parents, Katsuyoshi "Joe" and Violet; sister, Lynette Tamashiro. Memorial service 6 p.m. Thursday at Nuuanu Mortuary. Casual attire.     [Adv 7/5/2002]

 

Jane Hatsuko Muraoka, 79, of Honolulu, died Jan. 26, 2002. She was born in Wailuku. She is survived by husband Katsumi "Katz"; sons Lester and Wallace; daughter Joanne Furuya; brothers Larry Konishi and Raymond Konishi; sister Betty Kimoto; four grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Private services held.      [SB 3/2/2002]

 

KATSUMI MURAOKA, 84, of Honolulu, died Feb. 17, 2002. Born in Waialua. A retired City & County of Honolulu Department of Finance employee. Survived by sons, Lester and Wallace; daughter, Joanne Furuya; four grandchildren; great-grandson; brothers, Joseph and Katsuyuki "Frickles"; sister, Chizuno Hiroshige. Private service held. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.   [Adv 28/2/2002]

 

MITSUGI MURAOKA, 97, of Koloa, Kaua'i, died Aug. 23. 2-002. Born in Lawai, Kaua'i. Supervisor with Koloa Plantation. Survived by sons, Dennis and Eddie; daughters, Shirley Harmon, Ruth Siu, Gladys Muraoka and June Muraoka-Jones; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brother, Ikito; sisters, Sue Goon and Hitoe Kamm. Visitation 10 a.m. Sunday at Koloa Jodo Mission; service 11 a.m. Casual attire. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.    [Adv 27/8/2002]

 

SADANO MURAOKA, 75, of Hilo, Hawai'i died Jan. 27, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Retired proprietress of the Orchid Beauty Salon in Hilo. Survived by husband, Hideo; son, Royd and Brian; sisters, Betty Takahashi and Mildred Morikami; grandchildren, Clarissa and Greg. Private service held. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary-Hilo.    [Adv 5/2/2002]

 

BERT YOSHIO MURASHIGE , 75, of Pearl City, died May 9, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A real estate specialist retired from the Army Corp of Engineers at Fort Shafter. Survived by wife, Florence; sons, Colin and Craig Sako; daughter, Christine Miller; a grandson; brothers, Lloyd, Calvin, Herman, Ronald and Gordon; sister, Evelyn Sibilla. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary; service 6:30 p.m. Committal service 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. No flowers. Aloha attire.  [Adv 12/5/2002]

 

MASARU MURASHIGE, 85, of Mililani, died Sept. 24, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Matsue; sons, Dennis and Ronald; daughters, Karen Itamoto, Mae Nadamoto and Shirley; five grandchildren; sister, Shizuko. Private service held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 15/10/2002]

 

MATSUE SAITO MURASHIGE, 77, of Mililani, died Dec. 19, 2002. Born in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Survived by son, Ronald; daughters, Karen Itamoto, Mae Nadamoto and Shirley; stepson, Dennis; five grandchildren; brother, Nobuji Saito. Service held. Arrangements by Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.       [Adv 07/01/2003]

 

DAWN FUMIE MURASHIMA, 54, of Honolulu, died June 28, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Massage therapist for Heidi's Massage. Survived by mother, Caroline; brothers, Paul and Jeffrey; sister, Cheryl Chow. Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary.    [Adv 11/7/2002]

 

GEORGE NORIO MURATA, 89, of Honolulu, died Jan. 20, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by wife, Masuko; daughter, Peggy Hamashige; brother, Herbert Murata; sister, Betty Hamashige; granddaughter, Dale Hamashige. Private service held at Nuuanu Mortuary.    [Adv 31/1/2002]

 

MILDRED YAEKO MURATA, 82, of Honolulu, died July 1, 2002. Born in Honohina, Hawai'i. A retired self-employed private housekeeper. Survived by son, Kevin; daughter, Judy; brothers, Kiyoshi, Shigeki, Takao, Alex, Albert, Tamo and Shun Ide; sisters, Sally Nakamura, Molly Sakata, Setsuyo Ozawa and Miyoko Alawa. Service 6 p.m. Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Memorial donations to St. Francis Hospice Puiwa or Shriners Hospital. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 7/7/2002]

 

NAOKO MORIHARA MURATA, 92, Kapa'a, Kaua'i, died June 19, 2002. Born in Hiroshima, Japan. Retired seamstress. Survived by sons, Roy and James; daughters, Doris Yamaguchi, Betty Takata, Amy Murata and June Kimura; 17 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; sisters, Masue McCord and Kazuyo Takata. Private service held. Arrangements by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.     [Adv 2/7/2002]

 

CHARLOTTE MURATA-KRAALS, 71, of San Clemente, Calif., died Sept. 11, 2002. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. Retired assistant secretary to the mayor of Los Angeles, and city legislative assistant. Survived by husband, Ralph; sisters, Patsy Urada and Mildred Watanabe; brother, Richard Murata. Family service held. Arrangements by Nakamura Mortuary, Maui.    [Adv 07/10/2002]

 

TADASHI MURATAKE SR., 70, of Niumila, Kaua'i, died July 31, 2002. Born in Koloa, Kaua'i. Tractor operator with McBryde Sugar Co. Survived by wife, Dora; sons, Tadashi Jr. and Justin; daughter, Reiko; two grandchildren; brother, Kiyomi. Visitation 10 a.m. Friday at Garden Island Mortuary; service 11 a.m.   [Adv 6/8/2002]

 

HAROLD "BOUNCER" TOSHIO MURAYAMA, 92, of Makawao, Maui, died Dec. 9, 2002. Born in Kihei, Maui. Retired Endo Painting Co. painter. Survived by son, James; daughters, Ruby Kajiwara, Janet Suzuki and Glenda Nishida; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation 4 p.m. tomorrow at Nakamura Mortuary, Maui; service 5 p.m. Cemetery committal service 10:30 a.m. Friday at Maui Memorial Park. No flowers. Casual attire.    [Adv 11/12/2002]

 

Sister Agnes Jerome Murphy, a pioneer in providing services to children and adults with special needs, died Oct. 7, 2002 in Honolulu. She was 89. Sister Agnes was the founder of the Special Education Center of Hawai'i. The nonprofit center was created in 1965 when Sister Agnes realized children with mental disabilities were poorly served in Hawai'i's schools. With a $3,000 church loan, the eighth-grade teacher at Star of the Sea Catholic School in Wai'alae set up a special education center in two classrooms. Today the nondenominational organization has four centers on O'ahu serving adults and children, with an annual budget of $7 million. "She was a woman ahead of her time, a visionary," said SECOH executive director Mary Jossem. "Long before women were doing what women are doing today, she was doing it way back then. She's really a role model for today's women." Sister Agnes was born on Aug. 1, 1913, in Worcester, Mass. She entered the Sisters of Notre Dame in Waltham, Mass., in 1932. In 1950, Sister Agnes moved to Hawai'i as a missionary and joined the staff at Star of the Sea School. She realized early on that there were few programs to help the mentally disabled, and in 1958 she earned a master's degree in special education at the University of Hawai'i to attack the problem head-on. Sister Agnes' center for special-needs children began with just two instructors. In 1978, she secured a lease on state land at Diamond Head and raised enough money to build a permanent center. SECOH has evolved over the years, and serves primarily adults with physical and mental disabilities. SECOH also has a day service for people with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. "Sister was known for taking the people that no one else in the community would want," Jossem said. "Anyone who came to her with a problem, she'd say we'd take them no matter what, because she felt that we needed to serve those that no one else wanted to serve or were able to serve." "She was tenacious, persistent, until she got what she wanted for the people that she was serving." Sister Agnes retired in 1997, but remained active with SECOH. She also was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma Society, the International Society of Women educators, and served on the Hawai'i State Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. A memorial Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 21 at Star of the Sea Church. Contributions may be made to the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, 14800 Bohlman Road, Saratoga, CA 95070.     [Adv 15/10/2002]

 

John F. Murphy  - Retired Castle & Cooke Vice President John F. Murphy negotiated with employee unions for almost three decades, before wholesale warehouses provided well-stocked relief during waterfront strikes. "In 1948, things like toilet paper were really scarce, so things were difficult on the waterfront," said his son Rob. "But that was an important time in my dad's career," said his oldest son, Jack. Murphy died Nov. 6, 2002 at 95. Murphy first came to Hawaii when he was stationed at Pearl Harbor during World War II as a staff member for the chief of naval personnel from 1944 to 1945. He returned to the islands a year later when Castle & Cooke hired him from Industrial Relations Counselors of New York. Murphy's regular duties often included figuring out employee hours, wages, payrolls and job descriptions. He retired from Castle & Cooke in 1974. Murphy also served as chairman of Honolulu Symphony Society's fund-raising drive for two years before being elected the organization's president. "Classical music was always a very important part of his life," Jack said. "It was something that he enjoyed and wanted to extend his interest in his abilities and energies in a way that he could contribute to the world of classical music." Murphy lived through another kind of strike in 1968 when symphony musicians staged a walkout because of a disagreement over a salary raise. The musicians union ordered its members back to work after two days. Murphy also served on the Palama Settlement board of trustees and the Hale Kipa board of directors. He was born in Worcester, Mass., on March 7, 1907. Murphy attended New York University and the Harvard School of Business. He met his wife, Marion, in high school in a drama club. They married in 1929. Murphy is survived by wife Marion; sons Jack, Don, Rob and Neil; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Private services. Donations suggested to Palama Settlement and Hale Kipa.     [SB 29/11/2002]

 

FRANCIS EDGAR MURRAY, 83, of Kane'ohe, died May 29, 2002. Born in St. Lawrence, N.Y. Retired Air Force lieutenant colonel. Survived by wife, Helen; son, Jerry; daughters, Ginny Souza and Nani; 11 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; brother, Lawrence; sister, Joan Chifuo. Celebration of life 11 a.m. Friday at Kualoa Beach Park. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.     [Adv 3/6/2002]

 

John William Murray, 83, of Volcano, Hawaii, a retired mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service and a retired U.S. Air Force master sergeant, died Friday Dec 27, 2002 in Hilo Medical Center. He was born in Fort Brownsville, Texas. He is survived by wife Nedra, sons John W. III and Michael, daughters Marlene Watanabe and Michele Murray, five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Graveside services: 1 p.m. Friday at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Memorial services to be held at a later date.     [SB 01/01/2003]

 

MARY "BUZZIE" KUNEWA SUE SIN PUAA MURRAY, 66, died March 3, 2002. A 1953 graduate of Kamehameha School for Girls; master's degree candidate at University of Hawai'i at Manoa; former Aloha Airlines flight attendant. Survived by son, Phillip Murray; two grand-daughters; sister, Paulette Moore; brother, Ensue Puaa. Celebration of life 1:30 p.m. next Sunday at Kamehameha Schools Chapel. No flowers. Aloha attire.  [Adv 10/3/2002]

 

ANTHONY JAMES MUSCARELLA, 61, of Lihu'e, Kaua'i, died Sept. 15, 2002. Born in New York. A production supervisor for General Motors. Survived by wife, Erika; sons, Oliver and Phillip; daughters, Jacqueline Lefever and Christina Enzinna; eight grandchildren. Service at a later date. Donations may be made to Kaua'i Hospice. Arrangements by Borthwick Kaua'i Mortuary.     [Adv 19/9/2002]

 

OLIVIA MAE PIA MUSCHEK, 49, of 'Ewa Beach, died Oct. 29, 2002. Born in Lihu'e, Kaua'i. A caregiver. Survived by husband, Walter; son, Nicholas; daughters, Regina Hirakawa, Misty Pall and Lindsey Muschek; five grandchildren; brothers, Stephen Maglinte, Michael and Kenneth Pia; sisters, Joan Hall and Patricia Basso; parents, Kenneth and Segunda Pia. Memorial service 10 a.m. today at "Puka Pants" beach, across from Hakimo Road, Wai'anae. Scattering of ashes to follow. Arrangements by Ultimate Cremation Services of Hawai'i.    [Adv 05/11/2002]

 

CLYDE ROLAND MUSE , 71, of Las Vegas, formerly of Honolulu, died Aug. 15, 2002. Born in New Orleans. A masonry contractor. Survived by wife, Maxine; daughter, Michele Johnson; sons, Jon, Todd, and Stephen Muse, and James and Jon Kinimaka; mother, Mary Roldan; brother, Charles; four grandchildren. Burial Monday at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery. No flowers; donations to Nathan Adleson Hospice West. Arrangements by Davis Funeral Home-Charleston, Las Vegas.        [Adv 17/8/2002]