Honolulu Advertiser & Star-Bulletin Obituaries

January 1 - December 31,  2002

 

 

 

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FUSAKO QUAID , 73, of Kailua, died April 29, 2002. Born in Tokyo, Japan. A homemaker. Survived by husband, Wesley; daughters, Lisa and Tina; sister, Shizue Tonomura. Private service. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.  [Adv 3/5/2002]

 

EDWARD MICHAEL QUEAIR, 65, of Makakilo, died Nov. 19, 2002. Born in Philadelphia. Retired U.S. Army sergeant major; also served in the U.S. Marine Corps. Vietnam War veteran and retired from General Services Administration. Survived by wife, Karan; son, Edward; daughters, Alison and Patricia; three grandchildren; brothers, Earl Ulmer and Dick Crawford; sister, Erma Mauz. Ceremony of life 2 p.m. Saturday at Grosshuesch residence, Kane'ohe. Information/arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.    [Adv 27/11/2002]

 

BASILIO "TONY" GALIZA QUEJA, 80, of Wahiawa, died Dec. 30, 2002. Born in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired from Del Monte Housing Department. Survived by wife, Irene; daughter, Vivian Dryer; son, Irvin; four grandchildren; mother, Pantaleona Vea; brother, Celestino; sisters, Raymonda Perry and Alice Muraoka. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.     [Adv 10/012003]

 

ANAELISSE CAMILLE QUESADA, infant daughter of Antonio and Michele Quesada, died June 14, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Survived by parents; grandparents, Remedios Quesada, Douglas Coles and Erlinda Rita. Visitation 10 a.m. Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11:30 a.m.; burial 1 p.m. at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery.       [Adv 22/6/2002]

 

ROY SAYONG QUEYPO , 61, of 'Ewa Beach, died June 1, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A U.S. Marine Corps veteran and retired manager of Konae Elevator Co. Survived by wife, Isabel; sons, James "Kimo" and Ryan "Keoni" Queypo, Jeffrey, Robert, Nicolas and Steven Augugliaro; daughters, Laurie Ganibe and Laurelle "Malia" Queypo; brothers, Sonny Mendoza, Paul and Del Angeles, and Arnold Queypo; sisters, Beatrice Wong-Leong and Shirley Tetsutani; nine grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m. Sunday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 11 a.m. Casual attire.     [Adv 7/6/2002]

 

OSCAR R. QUIJANO, 67, of Honolulu, died July 27, 2002. Born in Sangat, San Fernando, Cebu, Philippines. A retired auto mechanic. Survived by wife, Perla; daughters, Mirabell Santiago and Nevitte Quijano; brother, Antonio; sisters, Donatilla Bardon, Julieta Nunez, Estrella Judilla and Dorie Enad; a grandchild. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of the Mount Church; Mass 7 p.m. Visitation also 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Burial 9 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Casual attire.        [Adv 31/7/2002]

 

DAMIANA SIGANAY QUILING, 84, of Honolulu, died Oct. 24, 2002. Born in Abra, Philippines. Survived by sons, Juan, Joseph, Rodolfo and Florentino; daughters, Irene Palongao, Teodora Rodriguez, Emiteria Piano, Leonida Rodriguez and Mhel Quiling; brother, Agapito Sumarnap; sister, Marcela Daoala; 23 grandchildren; 34 great-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. Anthony Church; Mass 9:30 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.  [Adv 10/11/2002]

 

MILESIA "MILLIE" FRANCISCO QUINATA, 72, of Honolulu, died Dec. 18, 2002. Born in Makaweli, Kaua'i. A retired service manager at Damien High School. Survived by husband, Ed; son, Earl; daughter, Mavis; brothers, Juan and Conrado; sisters, Maria, Olivia and Carridad; four grandchildren. Service 10 a.m. Monday at Holy Family Church. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.       [Adv 20/12/2002]

 

JONATHAN "J.B." QUINDICA JR., 22, of Wahiawa, died Oct. 27, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Employed at World Wide Window Cleaning. An avid fisherman and free-diver. Survived by parents, Jonathan and Yvonne; grandmothers, Alvina Mabaso and Rose Quindica. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Mililani Mortuary, mauka chapel; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Thursday; prayer service 10:30 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.      [Adv 03/11/2002]

 

LUCITA G. QUINES, 49, of Honolulu, died Feb. 8, 2002. Born in Santa Cruz, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Survived by husband, Benjamin; sons, Richard, Romando and Benjamin Jr.; parents, Nicolas and Margarita Gazmen; sisters, Carmen Guieb, Leonida Cabrera, Marina Aromin, Editha Talioaga and Elena Ackenheil; brothers, Antonio, William and Amante Gazmen; three grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 to 11:15 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of the Mount Church; Mass 11:15 a.m. Burial 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire. Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary.  [Adv 18/2/2002]

 

Rufino Gimenez Quintinita, 92, of Honolulu, died Oct. 16, 2002. He was born in the Philippines. He is survived by wife Rosalina, son Joseph, daughters Loretta Payne and Rosemarie Quintinita, and three grandchildren. Services: 7 p.m. Friday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary. Call after 6 p.m. Additional services: noon Saturday at the mortuary. Burial: 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples.     [SB 06/11/2002]

 

Bettylou Quirantes, 59, of Kekaha, Kauai, a former typesetter and a graphic artist for the Garden Island Newspaper, died Sept. 11, 2002 in Honolulu. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by daughter Darlita; son Frank; brothers Patrick W. Sr. and Bernard J. Rita Sr.; sister Darline M. Rita; foster daughters Tina Twitty, Jayno Brown and Frenchi McCormack; and 13 grandchildren. Mass: 2:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Theresa's Church, Kekaha, Kauai. Call after noon. Aloha attire.   [SB 28/9/2002]

 

LIBRADA BADUA QUIRAY, 97, of Honolulu, died June 30, 2002. Born in the Philippines. Survived by daughters, Gloria Javellana, Zenaida Nieva, Carmelita Jataas; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service 11:15 a.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.      [Adv 972002]

 

Dr. Walter Brown Quisenberry, former state Department of Health director and well-known figure in the public health sector, died Saturday July 6, 2002 of osteoporosis. He was 90. Quisenberry was born in Purman, Missouri, on June 24, 1912 and moved to Hawai'i in 1947. In 1949, Quisenberry opened a clinic on Punchbowl Street that was the only one in Hawai'i doing Pap smears, said his wife, Evalynn Lee Quisenberry. "He wanted to be a doctor since he was 4 years old," Evalynn said. "He was really sick and had diphtheria, and a doctor came on horseback for 11 miles to his family's farm ... he was so impressed with that doctor." Terry Quisenberry, Quisenberry's son, said his father's goal to become a doctor took sharper focus at age 9 when a childhood friend died of leukemia. "That was a really striking thing for dad," Terry said. "Dad never knew what his friend died of until he figured it out when he became a doctor." Quisenberry graduated with a medical degree from Loma Linda University in 1941 and then joined the U.S. Public Health Service in Maryland where he received a master's degree in public health from Johns Hopkins University. When he came to Hawai'i, Quisenberry became a clinic physician for the state's Department of Health, and in 1963, he became the deputy director of the department. In 1966, former Gov. John Burns chose Quisenberry to be the state's Department of Health director. Evalynn, who met Quisenberry in a hospital when she was 17, said they complimented each other. "I'm really going to miss his guidance," Evalynn said. In addition to his wife and son, Quisenberry is survived by daughters Linda Green of Honolulu and Ann Jane Zahradnik of British Columbia, sister Dorothy Ray of California, and six grandchildren. Services are pending. The family prefers that memorial contributions go to the Hawai'i Cancer Society.      [Adv 972002]

 

Walter Brown Quisenberry  -  Former state Health Director Walter Brown Quisenberry, author of health publications and advocate of the use of Pap smears, died Saturday July 6, 2002. He was 90. "He brought the Pap smear to Hawaii," said wife Evalynn Morgan Quisenberry. When Walter Quisenberry came to Hawaii in 1947, he worked as a clinic physician for the state Health Department treating venereal disease patients and offered free Pap smears to indigent women. "He found, in one year's time, nine cases of women with cancer of the cervix who would have died," she said. He also educated doctors on the importance of the test and set up a small laboratory on Punchbowl Street for reading Pap smears, which are used to detect cervical cancer. That led to writing a published paper on "Cancer Control in the Community," which he presented in Moscow, Australia, Japan and New Zealand. Quisenberry authored more than 56 publications on cancer, drug addiction and venereal disease. Born June 12, 1912, in Purman, Mo., Quisenberry was moved to practice medicine after a country doctor, traveling 11 miles on horseback, treated him for diphtheria at the age of 4, Evalynn Quisenberry said. Quisenberry attended UCLA and Woodmont College and got his medical degree at Loma Linda University in 1940. In 1941 he entered into private practice. Quisenberry then served with the U.S. Public Health Service from 1942-46. He obtained his master's degree in public health at Johns Hopkins University in 1945. Evalynn Quisenberry met Quisenberry when she was a 17-year-old appendicitis patient on the operating table at Santa Monica Medical Center. The young doctor stitched her up, and later a nurse introduced the two. At the same hospital, Quisenberry treated movie stars, including Lana Turner and Henry Fonda, but did not know who they were. "'Lana Turner -- everybody makes a big fuss over her, who is she?' He was so religious, he never went to the movies," she said. The two were married two years later. Quisenberry aspired to be a medical missionary in Bolivia but had to wait two years. In the meantime he was offered several jobs but chose one in Hawaii. "He said, 'I saw the hula girls at the UCLA games. Let's go to Hawaii,'" Evalynn Quisenberry said. President Harry Truman awarded him three medals from 1944-46 for his work in Selective Service -- examining young men who wanted to join the military during the war, his wife said. He returned to private practice after the war. Quisenberry served as health director from 1966 to 1974. He is also survived by son Terry, daughters Linda Q. Green and Ann Jane Zahradnik, sister Marie Ray and six grandchildren.  Services will be held at a later date. Donations suggested to American Cancer Society of Hawaii.      [SB 11/7/2002]

 

ELADIA QUISENG, 94, of Wahiawa, died Jan. 4, 2002. Born in Manila, Philippines. Survived by sons, Benny, Edwardo "Eddie," Arturo "Art," Delfin "Dickie" Jr. and James "Jimmy"; daughters, Aurea "Rae" Walsh, Magdalena "Maggie" Jones, Perla Lei Alvarez and Lillian Ebalei; sister, Leona Buenconsejo; 35 grandchildren; 84 great-grandchildren; 39 great-great-grandchildren; great-great-great-grandchild. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service 6:30 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.       [Adv 12/1/2002]

 

JULIA SAHAGUN QUISISEM, 84, of Papa'ikou, Hawai'i, died Jan. 15, 2002. Born in Laoag City, Philippines. A retired licensed certified nurse's aide. Proprietress of her own adult care home. Survived by sons, Antonio Jr. and Ruben; daughters, Gloria Palacol and Corazon Pediglorio; brothers, Bonnie and Norberto Sahagun; sister, Fausta Sahagun-Corotan; five grandchildren; great-grandson. Visitation 2 p.m. today to 9 a.m. Monday at the family residence. For directions call (808) 964-3108. Visitation also 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Dodo Mortuary-Hilo; service 7 p.m. Visitation also 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church; Mass 120 a.m.; burial to follow at 'Alae Cemetery.     [Adv 19/1/2002]

 

Rosalie Quitazol, 88, of Kahului, died Tuesday Feb 12, 2002 at home. She was born in the Philippines. She is survived by husband Isidro; sons Lawrence, Ernest and Marino; daughters Rebecca Correa and Pamela Pimentel; 19 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Wake service: 7 p.m. Tuesday at Borthwick/Norman's Mortuary. Call 6-9 p.m. Mass: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Christ the King Church. Call after 8:30 a.m. Burial: Maui Memorial Park. Casual attire.    [SB 16/2/2002]

 

ANTHONY "TONY" QUITORIANO , 70, of Hilo, Hawai'i, died June 1, 2001. Born in Pa'auhau, Hawai'i. Tony's Bowling Supply owner. Survived by wife, Miyoko; son, Dale; daughter, Toni Ann shimasaki; brothers, Alfred and Gilbert; sisters, Liz DeJesus and Shirlene Royoan; four grandchildren; one great-grandson. Visitation 4 to 5 p.m. Sunday at dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 5 p.m. No flowers. Casual attire.      [Adv 6/6/2002]

 

John Emon Quiyote, also known as "Blackie" and "Johnny," 62, of Kona, a bus driver for Robert's Hawaii, died Jan. 31, 2002 in Queen's Medical Center. He was born in Hilo. He is survived by wife Charlene A.; daughter Joy; brothers Felix and Tony Canonigo, and Joseph Quiyote; stepson Chito Asuncion; stepdaughters Natalie Taketa and Desiree Asuncion; and 12 grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Sunday at Keauhou Bay. Casual attire. N   [SB 22/2/2002]

 

FLORENCE CHOCK QUON, 97, of Honolulu, died Jan. 26, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A retired first-grade teacher and travel agent. Survived by daughter, Mildred "Millie" Ho; sons, Kenneth "Sonny" and Steven; 11 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Borthwick Mortuary; service noon. Burial 2 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.       [Adv 29/1/2002]

 

RUTH Y.S. QUON, 85, of Honolulu, died Oct. 27, 2002. Born in Hilo, Hawai'i. Retired from Bank of Hawaii. Survived by daughter, Carol Ann Lee; son, Ron; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; brothers, Sam and Donald Kim; sisters, Martha Rochlen, Betty Fo and Jean Ibaraki. Service held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary.  [Adv 10/11/2002]