Honolulu Advertiser & Star-Bulletin Obituaries

January 1 - December 31,  1995






Paul Lawrence Madison Jr. , a jazz tenor saxophonist who played with such greats as Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, died Jan. 22, 1995 at his Wahiawa home.He was 64. Madison was born Nov. 11, 1930 in Hutchinson, KA.His father was a musician and he received his first saxophone – a toy one – at age 3.  Two years later he got a real one. By the time he was 15, Madison was heading up his own band.Among his musical associates were some of the greatest names in jazz. They included bassist Charles Mingus, Nat King Cole, guitarist Joe Comfort and pianist Art Tatum.“And of course Charlie Parker was his mentor,” said Madison’s wife, Classie. “He sort of sat at his kneeand learned from him.”“From Gillespie, she said, Madison learned more than just blow.” He had a feel for quality  and that’s what he tried to do in his music.Madison came to Hawaii in 1963 with a band, Classie said, and “stayed because he met me.” She was living in Haleiwa she said and was introduced to Madison by a close friend.They married on Jan. 19, 1965 and celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary a few days before Madison’s death.In Hawaii, Madison started a roofing business, but he condinued playing as often as possible.He played with the Doug McDonald Trio at the Ilikai Hotel and various other hotels, clubs and restaurants, including the Sheraton Waikiki’s Hanohano room. He once recorded a cassette with McDonald. He also often played with the late Trummy Young, a trombonist who played with Louis Armstrong before moving to Hawaii.  Madison also gigged aboard the cruise ships Independence andConstitution.  His last employer was Paradise Cruise; he played aboard the dinner cruise ship Star of Honolulu. Madison was a member of the Jehovah’s Witnesses and also a former member of the Musician’s Association of Hawaii, Local 677, A.F. and M.  He is survived by his wife, Classie M; daughters Marshalistic Stone, Charmayne Hollins, PauletteAllen, Covina Rhodes, all of California, and Heidi J.; mother, Bernice Marie of California; two brothers, Robert of California and Donald Dean, of Texas; aunt, Lena Derrick of California; 29 grandchildren; nieces, nephews and cousins.[Adv Jan. 27, 1995]


Benedicto Raguindin Madrid, 36, of Honolulu, died Jan. 18, 1995 at St. Francis Medical Center. He was born Sep. 13, 1958 in Cagayungan, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, the Philippines. Survived by wife, Mila D.; son, Edgar; daughter, Michelle; brothers, Marlon (Frances) and Mario; sisters, Cecil andCarmen Madrid, and Macrina Quilana; parents, Ceferino and Teodocia Madrid.  Burial: Mililani Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 7, 1995]


MarianoSibayan Madrid, 85, of Honolulu, died Jan. 9, 1995 at Straub Clinic and Hospital.He was born Dec. 4, 1909  in Bangar La Union, the Philippines and was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. James Mission. Survived by wife, Victoria;  son, Michael of Kauai; daughter, Theresa (Dennis) Wolfe; brother, Aloncio S. of the Philippines; three grandchildren.  Burial: Mililani Memorial Park.  [Adv Jan. 13, 1995]


Harvey Toshio Maeda, 83, of Lihue, Kauai, died Jan. 7, 1995.  He was a retired Lihue Sugar Co. accountant, former member of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, and member of Disabled American Veterans.Survived by wife, Alice F.; son, Harvey K.; daughter Vicki Ito of Waipahu; four grandchildren; brother Kanji of Oregon; and sisters, Shizuko Oumi, Sueno Nakamura of Kapaa, Mildred Hata of Honolulu and Yaeko Hironaka of Las Vegas. Inurnment: Hanapepe Veteran’s Cemetery. [Adv Jan. 9, 1995]


Dr. Robert Takashi Maehara, 61, of Honolulu, died Feb. 4, 1995 at St. Francis Hospice.He was born April 9, 1933 in Honolulu, was a retired Anesthesiologist, and member of the American Socity of Anesthesiologists.Survived by brothers, Paul M., Chris A.; sisters, Florence K., Mrs. Robert T. (Carol S.) Muramoto and Mrs. Ronald  N. (Amy M.) Nakayama.  [Adv Feb. 10, 1995]


Taufaalili Maiava, 78, of Ewa Beach, died Jan. 10, 1995 ather residence.She was born June 10, 1916 in Western Samoa and was a member of St. Elizabeth and St. Anthony Churches.  Survived by sons,  Maiava “Antonio”, Mika, Siliato of New Zealand, Filipo, Leo of American Samoa; daughters, Mrs Iosefo (EtevisePeka”) Uiagalelei, Mrs. Sosene Utusia, Mrs. Utusia (KolotitaKikaLuafalealo,  Mrs. Fosi (Malia Kalameli)  Alefosio of Alaska, Mrs. Norman (Telesia) Coen; brother, Luafalealo Togafiti of Western Samoa; sisters, Taunaola Luafalealo of Western Samoa, Tuaupua Filia of American Samoa; 30 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren.  Burial: Sunset Memorial Park.  [Adv Jan. 18, 1995]


Jacob Lehui Maielua, 25, of Honolulu, died Feb. 6, 1995.  He was born in Honolulu and was a tour escort.Survived by sister,Susan K.; brothers, William K., Emmerine, Albert, William K.P.[Adv Feb. 13, 1995]


Jean Mair, 89, of Haleiwa, formerly of Olaa, Hawaii, died Feb. 4, 1995.  Survived by daughter,  Mrs. R.J. (Isobel) Spangler; two grandchildren;and three great-grandchildren.[Adv Feb. 7, 1995]


Mele FusiMakasini, 63, of Kahuku, died Feb. 14, 1995.She was born in Tepani, Niuafoou, Tonga.  Survived by sons,  Sitouni Uluave and Siuaki  Livai;  daughter, Mrs. Sioeli Pulu (Lillipeti)Folau; nine grandchildren; sister,  Eseta Livai; and brothers, Taueli, the Rev.  Sione N., the Rev. Hikifoou, and Sailosi Uluave.  Burial: Laie  Cemetery.  [Adv Feb. 16, 1995]


John Keoni  Makua  Sr., 76,of Hilo, Hawaii, died Jan. 5, 1995.  He was born in Kalapana, Hawaii, and was a stevedore retired from H.T. & T., and a retired platoon sergeant who served in the U.S. Army.  He belonged to the Kalapana Catholic Church.Survived by wife, Marian Makua; sons, John K. Jr. of California, Herman K. of Honolulu, David K. and George “Keoki”; daughter, Davelyn Zane of Pearl City; brother, Gabriel Kapahua; sisters, Cecilia Kamahele, Josephine Kamelamela of Honollulu and Cecilia Torres; a grandchild. Burial: Hawaii Veterans Cemetery, No. 2  [Adv Jan. 13, 1995]


Gabriel Kelewelia Malani Jr., 79, of Makaha, diedFeb. 18, 1995.He was born in Kohala, Big Island, and was a member of Hale O Na Alii Society. Survived by daughter, Juliette P. Beigrowicz; brothers, Soloman Laupahoehoe, Moku of Honolulu, Clement of Hilo; sisters, Mona Malani, Bernice Laiani and Lei Kapunaai; eight grandchildren; fifteen great-great grandchildren; five-great-great-grandchildren. Burial: Diamond Head Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 28, 1995]


Frances Mallek. 80, of Casa de Las Campanas, CA, died Jan. 2, 1995.  She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and lived in Honolulu 14 years before moving to San Diego.She was also a member of Temple Emanu-El.  Survived by husband, Edward “Ed” Mallek; daughters, Carol Ann Fry of Arizona  and Lorilee of California; eight grandchildren;and four great-grandchildren  [Adv Jan. 1, 1995]


Leonida  FloraManatad, 58, of Waipahu, died Jan. 12, 1995 at Queen’s Medical Center. She was born May 14, 1936 in Santa Cruz, Ilocos Sur, the Philippines.  Survived by son, Roberto (Nora); parents, Buenaventura and Gaspara  Flora; brothers, Rodrigo and Paul of California; sisters,Mrs. Mariano (Lourdes) Bagaiosan of  the Philippines, Mrs. Pedro (Cecilia Orodio, Mrs. Rogelio (Milagros) Jaramilla, Mrs. Samuel ( Zenaida) Godsey of Kentucky andMrs. David (Elena)  Wright of California; one granddaughter.  Burial: Mililani Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 7, 1995]


Valerio Gordon Manatad Sr., 55, of Seattle, WA, died Jan. 16, 1995.  He was born in Kahaluu.  Survived by wife, Peggy S.; mother, Incarnacion Manatad; sons, Makena  Pfendler of Kauai, Richard Garnett of WA and Casey Rignor; daughters, Denise Tolentino, Sue Ann Kolby of WA and Sherri Prevo; brothers, Gospel, Candido Jr., Carlos Manatad; sisters, Mary Medina, Florita Kam, Laura Kapule, Veronica Okuma, Simonette Soares and DinaManatad, all of WA, Linda Cabral, LucyBernard, Isadora Ching, all of Kauai, and Florepis Cabanilla; six grandchildren.  [Adv Jan. 19, 1995]


Rose Manning, 73, of Hilo, died Jan. 25, 1995.  She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ainaola Ward. Survived by son, Wright K.; brothers, Gabriel and David of Honolulu; sisters, Hattie Lei Ashley of North Carolina, Ethel Cook of Maryland,  and Eleanor Hatakenaka; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Burial: Hawaii (Big Island) Veteran’s Cemetery, #2.[Adv Jan. 27, 1995]


CamiloM. Manuel of Honolulu died Dec. 30, 1995 at home.Manuel, 83, was born in Piddig, Ilocos, the Philippines.  He is survived by wife Josefina C.; daughter Merlyn Stigger; and a granddaughter. Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park.   [SB 10/01/1996]


Phillip Young Ki Marh, 52, of Honolulu died Jan. 3, 1995.  He was born in Seoul, Korea.  Survived by son, Joel S.W.; daughter, Jenny; sisters, Martha Ishikawa, June Kim, Shirley Shimogawa and Florence V. Norman.[Adv Jan. 8, 1995]


James “Jim” Leo Marchetti, 46, of Honokaa, Hawaii, died Feb. 13, 1995.  He was born in MA and was owner of HonokaaPizza and Sub. Survived by mother, Mary; sister, Marie Munro of NH; a niece and a nephew.  [Adv Feb. 7, 1995]


Fillipo Marignoli, Marchese de Montecorona, of Spoleto and Rome, Italy, died Jan. 22, 1995 in Seattle. He was 68.In 1954, Marignoli married Esther Kapiolani Kawananakoa, a descendant of King Kaumualii of Kauai and a great-granddaughter of of Prince David Kawananakoa. Marignoli and Kapiolani met in Florence, Italy, where she was living with her parents. In 1959, the couple and two daughters boarded the Orient and Pacific Lines ship Orcades in Naples, for an extended visit in Hawaii.  They arrived in November of that year.  In 1961, Marignoli, an abstract painter, exhibited some of his works at the Hawaiian Village Hotel.“Hawaii is good for holidays, but not so good for a painter,” he said in an interview.“It’s too quiet, like the hula.Life for a painter must be a little more hard- how do you say it? – more angry.” His work was shown in major art galleries of Europe.  He worked with the Galerie Denise Rene and the Galerie Jacques Massol, both of Paris, the Galerie L’Attico and the Studio Esse of Rome. Showing in both one man and group shows.  He exhibitd in and was collected by museums in Germany, Switzerland and Italy and participated in international fairs in  Paris, Madrid and and Basle, Switzerland.  He has shown in various other galleries in France, Ital and America.  Marignoli and family left in September of that year. The Marignolis lived mainly in Spoleta and Rome, but continued to keep a residence here. He held numberous receptions for Maestro Menotti and the Festival of Two Worlds in the Palazzo Marignoli of Spoleto. He is survived by his wife, Esther; children, Esmerald  Kapiolani (Mauricio) Suarez , Eleule Teresa (Christopher) Nakeaand Duccio Kaumualii; mother, Marchesa Marinetta Marginoli; brother, Francesco Marignoli, Marchese di Montecorona.Burial is in Italy.  [Adv Jan. 26, 1995]


Ralph Figueroa Martines Sr., 73, of Hawaiian Parks, Pahoa, Hawaii. Died Jan. 15, 1995.  He was born in Paauilo, Hawaii, and was retired from the state Department of Public Works and was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War.Survived by wife, Annie Lopez Martines; sons, Ralph Jr. of Oahu, Ronald L. and Stanley L. of Canada; brothers, Joe Rodrigues and Joe P., both of California, sisters, Mary M. Custodio and Flora M. Pagan, both ofOahu; three grandchildren. Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetry.  [Adv Jan. 20, 1995]


William Warren Mason, 61, of Pahoa, Hawaii, died Jan. 25, 1995. Born in Puunene, Maui, he was food and beverage manager for the Princess Kaiulani Hotel. Survived by brothers, Harold E. Jr. and Gordon O. both of California; a niece and five nephews. Inurnment: Hawaiian Memorial Park.  [Adv Jan. 29, 1995]


Gilbert Tsutomu Masu, 62, Papaikou, Hawaii, died Jan. 28, 1995.  He was born in Hilo and was a retired mail clerk for the University of Hawaii, Hilo campus. He was a member of the Moriton Camp Kumiai.Survived by son, Matthew of Honolulu;daughter, Karen Ann of Honolulu; mother, Toshiko Hinomiya of Papaikou; brother, James Hinomiya of Hilo; sisters,Janet Lyo, Sharon Morimisato, Violet Gomes, all of Hilo, Mae Tahara, Adeline Sakamoto andHarriet Rompon, all of Honolulu.


Fusaye Masuo, of Honolulu, formerly of Lahaina, Maui, died Jan. 1, 1995.  She was born in Lahaina and was a member of the Lahaina Hongwanji Mission.Survived by husband, Jitsuo; son Robert H. of Seattle; daughters, Mrs. Larry (Janet Y.) Fatalski of Michigan, Mrs. Douglas (Laura H.) Hayashi and Mrs. Michael (Doris F.) Lee; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brothers, Tadao Fujiyoshi and Toshio Kawamura, both of Maui;  and sisters, Hatsume Ichino, Mitsue Oga of Lanai and Mrs. Noboru (Yaeko) Hazama of Maui.[Adv Jan. 9, 1995]


Ricardo F. “Rick” Mata of Kaneohe, a retired Honolulu Police Department sergeant who had 28 years of service, died Sunday Dec 31, 1995 in Castle Hospital.  Mata, 54, who also worked as a truck driver, was born in Honolulu.  He is survived by wife Dianne V.; daughters Mercedes, Monica and Michele Mata and Marcella Luna; mother Mercedes M.; brothers Ronald and Rogelio; sisters Alma Hougland, Gloria Gier and Marvela Satake and two grandchildren. Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park


George “Mutt” Yasunobu Matayoshi, 59, of Kaneohe, died Jan. 18, 1995.  He was born in Kahuluu and retired as an electronic technician for Pearl Harbor  Naval Shipyard with more then 20 years of service.  Survived by wife, Fay F.; daughters, Wilma Hurst, Evelyn Elworth, Daphne, Beverly and Kimberly; a grandson; brothers, Harry and Wayne;  sisters, May Kinoshita, Nancy Moritomo, Sharon Takamori, Darlene Yoshizumi and Kathleen Saito.  Burial: Hawaii State VeteransCemetery.  [Adv Jan. 21, 1995]


Kenichi Matsuda, 97, of Kekaha, Kauai, died, Jan. 24, 1995.  He was a retired Amfac Lumber Co. mill operator, Hanapepe.Survived by sons, Takeshi of Lihue, Satoshi of Waimea, Kauai and Robert of Honolulu; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and sister, Maki Mizote of Japan. [Adv Jan. 27, 1995]


Yoshimi Matsuda, 79, Eleele, Kauai,died Feb. 1, 1995.  She was born in Makaweli and was a housewife.Survived by husband, Toshio; sons, Thomas of Washington state, Howard of California,  Warren of Hilo, Robert and George, both of Waimea; daughters, Maizie Johnson of Utah and Wendy Kruse; 13 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren; brother Yoshio Yanagawa of Waimea; sisters, Kimie  Yanagawa of Waimea and Ayame  Taketa of  Lawai. [Adv Feb. 2, 19950]


Diane Chieko Matsui, 41, of Honolulu, died Jan. 5, 1995.  She was born in Honolulu.  Survived by parents, Shigeo and Natalie Natsuyo Matsui; sister, Mrs. Ray-Stan (Constance K.)  Tanaka. [Adv Jan. 7, 1995]


Haruko Matsomoto, 88, of Honolulu, died Jan. 24, 1995.  She was born in Holualo.  Survived by brothers, Masaru Tanimoto and Kazumi Tanimoto, both of Japan; sisters, Mrs. Kenji Chiyoko) Ohtomo and Yaeko Hara, both of Japan; nieces and nephews.  [Adv Jan. 26, 1995]


Shizue Matsumori, 90, of Honolulu, died Jan. 21, 1995.  She was born in Honolulu.  Survived by husband, Shinichi; sons, Donald M. and Neil; brothers, Kinji Kanazawa and Kanemi Kanazawa; sisters, Masuyo Tanaka and Mrs. Robert (Jane T.)Doi.  [Adv Jan. 30, 1995]


Margaret K. Matsumoto,a retired waitress for Wisteria, died Dec. 30, 1995 at home.  Matsumoto , 67,  was born in Saitama, Japan.  She is survived by husband Gene S.; daughter Barbara R.; and brother Tsunenobu Akashiba[SB 17/01/1996]


Shizu Matsumura, 92, of Honolulu, died Jan. 21, 1995.  She was born in Yamaguchi, Japan and was a retired cook.Survived by sons, “Gary” Haruo of Kalaheo and Mamoru; daughters, Mrs. Kay Tanabe, Mrs. Kenneth (Alice K.) Shinn,and Mrs. Wallace (Nancy K.)Tada; 20 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; brother, Masuichi Yoshikawa; and sisters, Mrs. Kiyoko Nishimura, Mrs. Umeyo Sakoda, Mrs. Kinuyo Iwasaki and Mrs. Hisaki (Kimie) Ikeda.[Adv Jan. 30, 1995]


Shizuko Matsumura ,78, of Honolulu, died Feb. 17, 1995.  She was born in Haiku, Maui, and was a retired registered nurse.Survived by daughters, Mrs. Kenneth S. (Bernice S.) Kimura and Mrs. Dennis C. (Susan N.) Taira; three grandchildren; brothers, Leo Matsushima of Los Angeles, Shuichi Matsushima, Hideo Matsushima,and Haruo Matsushima of Lahaina; and sisters, Fusako Nojima of Japan,and Ann Nakatsu.  [Adv Feb. 27, 1995]


Takao Ace” Matsuoka, 70, of Honolulu, died Jan. 27, 1995.  He was born in Honolulu and was a retired taxi driver. He was a member of the Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin.  Survived by sons, John T. of New Zealand,and Melvin T.; daughters, Lana S. and Jan. A.; four grandchildren; brother, Tadami; sisters, Hazel  Sasano and Lily Isobe.[Adv Feb. 2, 1995]




Charlmagne  Kalihilihipuaokalehua Matton, 51, of Honolulu,  died Feb. 4, 1995.  She worked for Hawaii Medical Services Association.Survived by sister,Patricia Lacey; nephews,Paul Lacey of Utah, and Elray Lacey; and nieces,  Lorna Vierra and Tresia Rodriguez. Burial: Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 7, 1995]


Manuel “Blue” Silva Mattos Jr., 68, of Kailua, Oahu, formerly of Kakaako, died Feb. 4, 1995. He was born in Hawaii and was a retired city worker.Survived by wife, Akiye Connie;  sons, Kenneth Kekauoha, Gordon and Glenn Mattos, Manuel Matos III and Gilbert Matos; sisters, Marjorie Arruda, Hazel Patton of Kentucky, Blanche Law andEdna Silva; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Burial: Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 14, 1995]


Barbara J.D. Mattson of Haiku, Maui, a retired California state employment service manager, died Friday Dec 29, 1995 in Maui Memorial Hospital. Mattson, 79, was born in San Francisco. She is survived by husb­and Harold, and son Kenneth Dowd. Burial: Veterans Cemetery.   [SB 03/01/1996]


Kenji Matsuura of Honolulu died Dec. 28, 1995  in St. Francis Hospital.  Matsuura, 57, was born in Makawao, Maui.  He is survived by daughter  Theresa; brothers Yukito and Haruo, and sisters  Peggy Aynes and Florence Carson.[SB 08/01/1996]


Galen Edward Mau, 43, of Kahului, died Jan. 11, 1995. He was born in Wailuku.Survived by mother, Mary Jane Mau of Kula; brothers, Randall of Kihei, Vernon of Pukulani, Herbert Sagon of Makawao, Wendell Sagon of Kula; sisters, Linda Mae Victor of Nanakuli, Diane L. Smith of California, Jeannie Frankovis of Colorado, Faith Acang of  Hana and Yolando Klask of Iao.Inurnment: Family plot in Kamaole.  [Adv Jan. 14, 1995]


James AkowaiBear” Mauhili Jr., 42, of Tobihana, PA, formerly of Hilo, diedFeb. 4, 1995.He was born in Hilo and was a pharmacist tech for Connaught Pharmaceutical Laboratories Inc. for seven years. Survived by wife,Gloria; sons, BrandonWalsh and James A. Mauhili III; mother, Maile “Aunty MaileMauhili of Hilo; brother, Jerome of Hilo; sisters, Jewelyn“Aloha” Mauhili of Hilo and JadynTigaMauhili-Kaneakua of Waimanalo; maternal grandfather, “Papa” Henry Auwae of Hilo; aunts and uncles. Burial: Homelani Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 12, 1995]


Sophie Maunakea, 84, of Honolulu, formerly of Aiea, died Jan. 3, 1995.  She was born in Honolulu and was a member of Aiea Senior Citizen’s Club.Survived by sons,Theodore and Norman; daughter, Mrs. Dennis (Bernadette) Kwock; 26, grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.  Burial: Oahu Cemetery of Honolulu.  [Adv Jan. 5, 1995]


Robert M. Maxey Jr., 76, of Honolulu, died Feb. 13, 1995.  He was born in Memphis, TN and was a general manager at Honolulu Ford for 23 years.  He wa retired from Schumman Carriage.  Survived by son, Robert H. of WA; stepchildren, Suey Wilsey-Smallwood of Honolulu, Mike Wilsey of  CA, Al Wilsey of CA and Wendy Wilsey-Magers of OR; sister, Thelma Hammett of Louisiana; 14 grandchildren. Inurnment: National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.[Adv Feb. 15, 1995]


Jack Leonard McCauley, 37, of Ramstein Air Base, Germany, died Jan. 9, 1995.  He was a captain in the U.S. Air Force and graduated from the Hawaii Mission Academy and Loma Linda University. Survived by wife, D’Evie; daughters, Steffany and Brittany; sons,  Brian and Andrew; mother, Donna Welch Morningstar of Virginia;brother, LewisPelagalli of Oregon; half-brother, Leonard Lawyer of Aina Haina.[Adv Jan. 20, 1995]


William McColgan of Kualapuu, Molokai, died Saturday, Dec 30, 1995 in Molokai General Hospital. McColgan, 53, was born in H(?)  He is survived by sisters Eliza and Clara; and brother Clarence.   [SB 04/01/1996]


Max Leroy McConnell, 81, of Moloaa, Kauai, died Jan. 11, 1995.  He was a retired dentist.  Survived by sons,  Tyrone of New York, Michael of Aliomanu, Kauai and Jeffrey of Texas; brother Olen of Michigan. [Adv Jan. 18, 1995]


Richard "Neale" McDonald Honolulu, owner of NM Packaging Etc. Inc., died Friday in St. Francis  Hospital. McDonald, 74, was born in Chicago. He is survived by wife DoIores; son Richard N.; daughters Marilyn C. Valencia and Nancy McDonald; brother Edward; sister Rita Kelly., 3 grandchildren. Service: 2 p.m. tomorrow at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary. Ca after 1 p.rri. Cremation to follow .[SB 01/01/1996]


Lawrence Dalton McGuire Jr., 62, of Kalaheo, Kauai died Jan. 3, 1995.  He was born in Nebraska and was an equipment superintendent in the sugar industry. Survived by wife, Karen; son, Patrick; grandson Dennis; daughter, Alberta Jones of Oregon; sisters, Colleen Johnson, Jaime Whylan, Carolee Morse, Sherrie Lowe, all of Oregon; Rosie Petrie of Alaska; brothers, Don, Mike and Dennis all of Oregon; niece, Nancy Espy of Oregon; four grandchildren.[Adv Jan. 7. 1995]


Francis X.McKenna, 75, of Honolulu, died Jan. 20, 1995. He was born in New York City, was a retired member of the U.S. Merchant Marines and a member of St.  Patrick’s  Church, Kaimuki.  Survived by wife, Clara; son, Clarence; and granddaughters, Melanie and Jan.[Adv Feb. 13, 1995]


Muriel E. McLean of Honolu died Dec. 24, 1995 in Honolulu. McLean, 85, was born in California. She is survived by son .James E.; daughter Diane Stowell; 4 grandchildren; a great-grandsoni Services were private.  No flowers. Donations may made to Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, 1050 Ala Moana Blvd., HonolulA Hawaii 96814.  [SB 01/01/1996]


Alice Teixeira Medeiros, 73, of Honolulu, died Feb. 17, 1995 at Kuakini Medical Center. She was born Jan. 15, 1922 in Honolulu.  Survived by husband, Edward; son, Daniel; daughter, Phyllis Perreira; eight grandchildren;  a hanai grandson; three grea-grandchildren; sisters, Virginia Peters of CA,Isabel Johnson, Mrs. John (Beatrice) DePonte; brothers, John and Antone;  Burial: Diamond Head Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 28, 1995]


Bessie Chiyoko Medeiros, 64, of Honolulu, diedFeb. 13, 1995.She was born in Honolulu and was a resident apartment manager and member of the Ka Makua Mau Loa Church of the Living God. Survived by son, Edward R.; grandchildren, Nichole Ward, Taureen  Medeiros and Michelle  Esera; brother, Boyd Richardson.[Adv Feb. 18, 1995]


Peruvia  Blue” Namilimili Medeiros, 77, of Wahiawa, died Feb. 4, 1995.  He was born July 3, 1917 in Napili, Maui, and was a retired Hawaiian Dredging heavy equipment operator. Survived by niece, Mrs. Yvonne Cox and her children, Pomaialoha, Keoki and Lihau; and sisters, Mrs. Margaret Wahinehookae and Mrs. BarbaraEspiritu, both of Napili, and Mrs. Ivy Yim.  Burial: Valley of the Temples.  [Adv Feb. 9, 1995]


Paciano Concepcion Medina, 83, of Waipahu, died Dec. 22, 1994 at St. Francis Medical Center.He was born      March 4, 1911 in the Philippines. Survived by nieces, nephews and cousins in the U.S.A and the Philippines. Burial: Sunset Memorial Park.  [Adv Jan. 18, 1995]


James “Tony” Medley, 44, of Kaneohe, died Feb. 19, 1995.  He was born in Calexico, CA.  Survived by wife, Pamela; daughter, AngelaVictory; sons, Eric Victory and Chris Medley; mother, Maria Strong; brother, Steven;  sister, Lynda Burch.  [Adv Feb. 26, 1995]


Josefa Magaoay Medrano, 75, of Waialua, died Jan. 10, 1995 at St. Francis Medical Center.She was born November 24, 1919 in Baccara, IlocosNorte, the Philippines.  Survived by husband, Leon; sons, Alfred (Caroline)and Ben (Elsie);brother, Guillermo (Rita) Magaoay; sisters, Mrs. Ricardo (Crecencia “Toning”) Aquino and Mrs. Federico (Juliana) Sugitan; and three grandchildren.  Burial: Mililani Memorial Park.  [Adv Jan. 17, 1995]


Henry “Hank” Clement Kalaeonekuekaa Mehau Jr., 66, of Waipahu, formerly of Hilo, died Jan. 27, 1995.  He was born in Hilo and was a retired Hawaiian Airlines cargo supervisor.  Survived by companion,  Dorothy A. “Dotty” Onaga; son, Cory G. of Honolulu and March H. of North Carolina; daughter,Tyia Lee Chung of North Carolina; brother,  McWarren of Hilo; sisters, Josephine “JoJoKekaualua of Hilo,Lila Fernandez of Hilo,  Theresa N. Mague of California; eight grandchildren. Burial: HomelaniMemorial Park.  [Adv Jan. 31, 1995]


Vivian Evelyn  Meheula, 79, of Waianae, died Feb. 9, 1995.She was born in Honolulu and was retired as section head forelady at Dole Cannery.  Survived by daughers,Winona Moiaka and Judith Esquirra; sons, Harold and LeRoy; brothers, Howard Kaophuiki Jr. and Donald and Edward Kaophuiki; sisters, DorisRodrigues, Thelma Yoshitomi and Anita Tyau; 20 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery.  [Adv Feb. 21, 1995]


Beverly Ruth Mello, 58, of Waianae, died Feb. 21, 1995 at Waianae Coast Comprehensive Center.  She was born March 9, 1936 in Nevada.  Survived by sons, Robert Hirchag, Lee and Richard Dennison, and Abraham Kahookele; daughters, Katharine Hirchag, Deborah Dennison,and Mrs. Shawn (Leigh Ann)Akana; step-mother, Helen Moultrie of Oklahoma; brother, Robert Montgomery of Oklahoma; sister, Mrs. Normah (Jayne)  Angel of Oklahoma.  [Adv Feb. 23, 1995]


John Freitas Mendes, 79, of Kaneohe, died Feb. 17, 1995.  He was born in Ahualoa, Hawaii , and was a retired long time employee of Ameron HC&D, and a member of St. Ann’s Catholic Church. Survived by wife, Mabel; son, Kenneth; daughter, Laverne Frandsen; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brothers, Daniel Mendes and Clarence Lopes of Seattle; and sisters, Hilda Azevedo, Gladys Ferreira and Delores Rothstein of Los Angeles. Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 24, 1995]


Mary S. Mendes of Waialua, a retired kitchen helper for a nursing home, died last Dec. 23, 1995 in Queen's Hospital.  Mendes, 84, was born in Waialua. She is survived by daughters Eva J. Tavares and Venus M. Wernsing; brothers William and Manuel Souza, 8 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park.  [SB 01/01/1996]


Robert Antonio  Mendivel Jr., 29, of Keaau, died Jan. 30, 1995.He was born in French Camp, California and was a carpet installer. Survived by wife Donna Mae;  sons, Joseph A. Mendivel and John J.M. Oliveira; mother Beatrice Mendivel of Honolulu; brother Steven of California; sisters, Helene Martin of Keaau and Roberta Mendivel of Honolulu; and a daughter.[Adv Feb. 2, 1995]


Hilda I. Menezes, 84, of Honolulu, died Jan. 1, 1995.  She was born in Honolulu.  Survived by son, Allan of Los Angeles; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; sisters, Adeline Hooper and Minnie Denis; and brother, Lawrence Indie.  Burial: Diamond Head Memorial Park Cemetery.  [Adv Jan. 9, 1995]


Lum Kwai EdwardMew, 87, of Honolulu, diedFeb. 19, 1995.  He was born in Honolulu and was a partner and past president of Chun Chong Ltd. Inc. He was a member of the Lung Doo Tung Sin Tong. Survived bysons,  Clement Y.S. of Florida,  and Clayton; daughters, Bernice  Yuen, Muriel Chang, Beatrice Leong, Ruby Kam, Blossom Chen of California and Beverly Yeung; 25 grandchildren;  10 great-grandchildren. Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 22, 1995]


Patricia  HarumiMorisaki Michimoto, 46,  of Honolulu died Jan. 16, 1995.  She was born  in Wailuku, Maui, and wasa personnel clerk with the Dept. of Education.Survived by husband, Michael M. son, Guy K.; parents , Lanny H. and Patsy  M.Morisaki of Wailuku; brothers, James  S. of Kahului and Michael H.Morisaki, Ramsey H. Morisake. [Adv Jan. 18, 1995]


Richard S. Mihata of Honolulu, a retired salesman, died Dec. 22, 1995 in Hale Pulama Mau.Mihata, 83, was born in Hilo . He is survived by wife Helen K.; son Dennis S.; daughters Jean M. Nago and Carol Y. Teruya;  brother Glenn N., sister Molly Mikami; 3 grandchildren. Services were private.  [SB 01/01/1996]


Katsuro Miho, 82, of Honolulu, died Jan. 18, 1995.  He was born in Wailuku, was a retired attorney who worked hard to get Asian-Americans accepted as equals and to win statehood for Hawaii, past president of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and the Urasenke Tea Society, and former vice-chairman of the Statehood Commission. Miho was born in Wailuku, Maui.  In 1928 when Hawaii was still a U.S. Territory and Miho was 15, he won an inter-island model airplane building contest with his entry: a  40-inch monoplane powered by a rubber-band motor that flew for 40 minutes. Miho’s prize was a trip to Detroit where he was to participate in the national  airplane model building contest.  But he and his parents learned that they would have to shut down their Kahului general store and hotel for a day to prove to immigration officials in Honolulu that Miho was an American citizen. And they learned it wasn’t enough to present a birth certificate.Because they were Japanese-Americans, they had to produce  childhood photographs,  old school records, passports and proof that Miho was born in Hawaii  The requirements were mandated by the 1924 Oriental Exclusion Act, intended to keep Asians out of America.  Miho passed the muster, and the teen went to Detroit.  He returned to continue his studies at Maui High School where he was a member of the championship debating team.After graduating from high school, Miho attended the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, then studied law at George Washington University’s law school in Washington, D.C. During his college years Miho earned most of his tuition  and living expenses by working as a typewriter repariman. “I became quite a character in Washington”, he oncerecalled. “My boss used to advertise me as the only Japanese repairman in America.” In 1938, Miho returned to Hawaii with a law degree.In 1940, as tensions between the United States and the Empire of Japan threatened to erupt into war – as they did a year later, when Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor – Miho gave a speech to a club of Japanese-American alumni of the University of Hawaii..  “It is unfortunate, yet natural, that Americans of Japanes ancestry are in some measure, the scapegoats in the present crisis,” he said. “However, this situation must not blind us from seeing the true light of Americanism.”The day Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, Miho’s father, Katsuichi, was forced at bayonet point from his Kahului home. Still a Japanese citizen (U.S. law barred the naturalization of Asians), he spent the rest of the war in internment camps on the mainland.  Three of his four Hawaii born sons, including Katsuro Miho, promptly volunteered for military service.Two served with the famed 442 Regimental Combat Team (one of them died in a highway accident during training exercises at Camp Shelby, Miss.)Miho however, failed the U.S. Army’s physical.He spent the war years performing community service and worked with his law partner, later to become U.S. Sen. Hiram Fong, to repeal immigration laws designed to exclude Asians. Miho was a partner in Fong Miho Choy & Robinson. In 1985, Miho’s efforts were recognized when the government of Japan awarded him the Third-Class Order of the Sacred Treasurer during ceremonies commemorating the 100th anniversary of the first Japanese immigrants to Hawaii. Miho worked tirelessly to get Hawaii admitted as a state, serving as Vice Chairman of the Hawaii Statehood Commission.He was also former president of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Friends of the East-West Center. urvived by wife, Jayne F.; sons, Jon T. and David R.; three grandchildren; brother, Katsugo; and sisters, Tsukie Fujimori and Fumie Miho.[Adv Jan. 23, 1995]


Umeno  Rose” Miike, 83, of Waialua, diedJan. 14, 1995 at Beverly Manor.She was born Jul 15, 1911 in Waialua, Oahu, and retired from Schofield Laundry as a supervisor after 43  years of service. Survived by son, Howard H. (Hoshiko) of California; daughters,Mrs. Takuji (Helen F.) Sato and Mrs. Micky M. (Martha S.)Kanemura of California; nine grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Burial: Mililani Memorial Park.  [Adv Jan. 20, 1995]


Sumiye Mikami, 60, of Wahiawa, died Feb. 6, 1995 at St. Francis Hospice. She was born July 22, 1934 in Paia, Maui, and was a member of Eames Kumiai. She retired from Wahiawa General Hospital with 32 years of service Survived by husband, Robert Y.; sisters, Fumie Ihara, Mrs. Albert (Doris) Onaka, Mrs. Miyuki Denton of CA, Mrs.  Minoru (Janice) Iwatake and Mrs. Toshi (Mabel) Domai of Maui. [Adv Feb. 15, 1995]


Petra Caburian Milana, 81, of Kailua-Kona, died Feb. 13, 1995.  She  was born in Agoo, La Union, the Philippines, and was a retired babysitter and member of the Kona Assembly of God. Survived by sons, Primo, Nilo and Oscar, all of the Philippines, Philip and Tito; daughters,  Lita  Delfin and ElizabethQuero, both of the Philippines, Juana Del Rosario and Lorie Buchholz; sisters, Plaicida Quero and Felisa Coloma, both of the Philippines; 27 grandchildren;and 13 great-grandchildren. Burial: HualaiaMemorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 22, 1995]


Evelyn Doris Miller, 59, of Waipio Gentry, died Jan. 9, 1995 at her residence. She was born May 28, 1935 in Bryn Mawr, PA.  Survived by husband, Dean F.; son, Michael G. of PA;mother, Stephanie Miller of PA;grandson, Jacob of Alabama;  granddaughter, Joeleen of PA; brother, Michael of PA; sister, Pearl Heffelfinger of PA.[Adv Jan. 19, 1995]


Sumiye Mikami, 60, of Wahiawa, died Feb. 6, 1995 at St. Francis Hospice. She was born July 22, 1934 in Paia, Maui, and was a member of Eames Kumiai. She retired from Wahiawa General Hospital with 32 years of service Survived by husband, Robert Y.; sisters, Fumie Ihara, Mrs. Albert (Doris) Onaka, Mrs. Miyuki Denton of CA, Mrs.  Minoru (Janice) Iwatake and Mrs. Toshi (Mabel) Domai of Maui. [Adv Feb. 15, 1995]


Paul Sterling Miller, 75, of Puuloa, Kona, Hawaii, died Feb. 1, 1995. He was born in West Virginia and was a lieutenant colonel retired from theU.S. Air Force.Survived by wife, Tina Miller; sons, Gary of New York, John of Washington and Lee ofColorado; daughters, Mary Kennedy and Christina, both of Washington, Ellen Katzenberger of Louisiana, Linda Garcia of California and Kimberly Rodrigues ofof Hilo, Hawaii; nine grandchildren. Inurnment: National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.  [Adv Feb. 5, 1995]


Winston Philip Miller, infant son of Philip and Cheryl Miller, died Jan. 9, 1995. He was born in Honolulu.  Also survived by grandparents, John and Jacquelyn Norris and William and Hazel Miller; great-grandparents, Gussie Miller and Ressie Cannon.  Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemeter.  [Adv Jan. 13, 1995]


Angelita Luz Mills, 50, of Kapolei, died Jan. 11, 1995 at Kaiser Foundation Hospital.  She was born Feb. 14, 1944 in Indang, Cavite, the Philippines, and was a member of the Cavitenian’s and Associates of Hawaii and the Wesoneans.  Survived by son, Gene R.; daughter, Melodie A.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sixto Nuestro; brother, Carmelo (Jolanda) Nuestro; sister, Mrs. Benjamin (Erlinda) Rocillo.  Burial: Mililani Memorial Park.  [Adv Jan. 19, 1995]


Anita Marie Mintee of Aspen, CO, formerly ofHonolulu, passed away Feb. 5, 1995 at the home of her parents, William and Maggi Thompson of Ridgeway, CO.  [SB 31/01/1996]


Elma R. Mishler of Kihei, Maui died Dec. 19, 1995 at home. Mishler, 88, was born in Milford, Indiana. She is survived by sons Russell and William; sisters Hazel Kinville, Miriam Garver and Eunice Outman; 7 grandchildren;a great-grandchild.  [SB 08/01/1996]


Arthur Atsushi “JuiceMiura, 51, of Wailuku, Maui, died Jan. 14, 1995.  He was born in Hilo.  Survived by parents, Susumu and Yoshimi of Hilo; grandmother, Kimi Honma of Hilo; brother, Harold of Hilo; and sisters, Elaine Rizzo of Honolulu and SandraSatake of Hilo.  [Adv Jan. 17, 1995]


Toshio Miyagawa, 70 of Honolulu, died Jan. 13, 1995.  He was born in Wailuku and was a retired carpenter.Survived by wife Rose M.; son, Clyde; daughter, Gayle R.; three grandchildren; brother, Stanely H.; sisters, Jean N. and Cora.  [Adv Jan. 25, 1995]


Melvin Mamoru Miyagi  , 57, of Honolulu, died Jan. 28, 1995.  He was born in Waimea, Kauai.  Survived by companion Theresa Yoshida; brothers Sado and Dennis; sisters, Chieko Palumbo, Mineko Burtch of California and Yvonne Sharpless of Indiana, Linda Naumu and Ella Hink, of California. [Adv Feb. 1, 1995]


Nobuo “Jimmy” Miyajima, 67, of Honolulu, formerly of Wailuku, died Jan. 8, 1995.  He was born in Kahului.   [Adv Jan. 13, 1995]


Marion Masayo Miyamoto, 78, of Honolulu, died Jan. 14, 1995.  She was born in Honolulu and was a member of Shinshu Kayokai and Tana Jin Kai. Survived by husband, Satoshi; sons, William K. and Henry T.;daughter, Mrs. Richard (Marsha T.) Suffern, four grandchildren; a great-grandchild; brothers, Robert Y. Tanna and George M. Tanna.[Adv Jan. 25, 1995]


Morikazu Miyamoto, 95, of Honolulu, died Jan. 15, 1995.  He was born in Honomu, Hawaii, and was a retired painter.Survived by sons, Rodney Y.,Henry S. and Hiroshi; daughter, Mrs. Betty T. Matsudo; 12 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild; sister, Mrs. Kikumi Yamoto and Mrs. Nakayo Nishimoto of California.   [Adv Jan. 21, 1995]


Kana Miyashiro, 96, of Honolulu, died Jan. 14, 1995.  She was born in Katsuren, Okinawa, Japan and was a member of Katsuren Cho Jin Kai.Survived by sons, Richard S. Sr., Thomas S., George S. James Y. and Robert M.; daughters, Violet M. Okamura, Helen Y. Yonemine of California, Mrs. Wayne (Grace T.) Evans of Kansas, Mrs. Herbert C.K. (Dorothy Y.) Pang,and Mrs. William Y. (Betty H.) Higa; sister, Katsu Nakasato of Argentina; 43 grandchildren; 55 great-grandchildren; 23 great-great-grandchildren


Richard E. Miyashiro, 72, of Honolulu, died Jan. 11, 1995.  He was born in Pepeekeo, Hawaii, was the retired owner and estimator with Hygienic Termite and Pest Control Co.  Survived by wife, Betsy Y.; daughters, Rae R.,and Arleen A.; brothers, Einobu, Hideo,  and Isamu; sisters,Mrs. George (Elsie K.) Kaisan, Mrs. Roy (Mitsuko) Osato and Carol S. Miyashiro.  [Adv Jan. 25, 1995]


Uto Miyashiro-Miyagi, 102, of Honolulu, died Feb. 7, 1995 at Leeward Nursing Home. She was born Feb. 7, 1892in Okinawa, Japan.  Survived by son, Takamori (Kikuye); grandson, Michael (Deborah); three grea-grandchildren. [Adv Feb. 9, 1995]


Daikichi Miyataki of Waialua, a state retiree, died Sunday, Dec 31, 1995 in Kuakini Hospital.  Miyataki, 67, was born in Waialua.He is survived by wife Yoneko J.; daughter Pamela N.; brother Susumu; and sister Yoshiko Murata.  [SB 05/01/1996]


Lily Yuriko Mizuno, 72, of Pearl City, died Jan. 25, 1995.She was born in California and was a teacher retired from Pearl City Highlands Elementary School.  Survived by husband,  Larry Y.; sons, Conrad Y.    of California, Doughlas T. and Norman K. of New York. Three grandchildren. Inurnment: National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.[Adv Jan. 28, 1995]


Kurt Isamu Mizushima, 26, of Kaneohe, died Feb. 24, 1995. He was born in Kailua, Oahu, and was a University of Hawaii Credit Union accounting tech. Survived by parents, Harry T. and Mildren M.; brother, Chris Y.; grandfathers, Sueo Mizushima and James J. Kuniyoshi.  [Adv Feb. 27, 1995]


Richard Yoshio Mizuta, 82, of Waipahu, died, Jan. 19, 1995 at the Queen’s Medical Center.  Born December 15, 1912 in Honolulu, he was active with the Boy Scouts for 62 years, serving as scout master of Troop 82 in Waianae, Troop 50 of Kalakaua Intermediate School and Troop 82. He attained the rank of Eagle Scout and received the Silver Beaver, the Presidential Acorn and the Award of Merit.  He retired from the City and County Emergency Ambulance Service after 30 years and was a member of the U.S. Justice Department Immigration & Naturalization ceremony committee and volunteer with the Oahu Civil Defense.He was also a first aid instructor. Survived by sons, Pershing, Sam Warren (Anne Leiui) Mizuta, Richard K. (Linda) Mizuta of  California; daughters, Mrs. Stanley (Emmaline) Lacaden, Mrs. Douglas (Abigail) Pedro of Wahiawa, Mrs. Ted Wendall (Lovey Etsuko) Offerie of Washington; 15 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild; brother, Iwao (TamayoMizuta; care giver, Evarista Tongpolong.  [Adv Jan. 22, 1995]


Tei Mochizuki, 91, of Honolulu, formerly of Kapapala, Hawaii, died Feb. 5, 1995.  She was born in Shizuoka, Japan and was the widow of the late Bishop Kenryu Mochizuki of the Nichiren Temple. Survived by nieces and nephews.  [Adv Feb. 10, 1995]


Harold Kauakahi I.K.A.K.G. Mokiao, infant son of Guy and SunnyMokiao of Nanakuli, died Feb. 12, 1995.  He was born in Honolulu. Survived also by sisters, Stormy, Starsha and Sea-Ahn; brother, Guy-Sen; grandparents, Harold and LilianMokiao, Edward and Mary Ke-A. [Adv Feb. 18, 1995]


Hisa Morimoto, 83, of Hilo, died Feb. 22, 1995.  She was born in Hilo and was a member of the Taishoji Soto Mission and the Komohana Kumiai. Survived by daughter, Wilma Haraguchi of Honolulu; sisters,Sumi Yuen of Honolulu, MiyeWatanabe of Hilo and Etsuko Arakaki of Honolulu; a grandson.[Adv Feb. 23, 1995]


Edward Futaji Morioka, 80, of Honolulu, died Feb. 9, 1995.  He was born in Hana, Maui, and was an avid fisherman and gardner.  Survived by sons, Vernon  W. and Vince M.; three grandchildren, a granddaughter and two grandsons; brothers, Sanji, Peter, Walter and George; sisters, Christine Tamarua, Otome Morioka and Alice Makaiwi.  Burial: Hawaiian Memorial Park.  [Adv Feb. 14, 1995]


Shizuichi  Nick” Morita, 90, of Hilo, died Jan. 25, 1995.  He was born in Hilo and was a driver for Dairymen’s now known as Meadow Gold. Survived by sons, Garry, Dennis of Honolulu and Wayne; sisters, Mrs. Shizuka  Sato, Mrs. Jane Dodd ofHonolulu, ; two grandsons.Burial: Aiea Cemetery.  [Adv Jan. 27, 1995]


Nina K. “Cappy” Morrison of Las Vegas, formerly of Honolulu, a retired U.S. Air Force major, died Nov. 17, 1995 in Las Vegas. Morrison, 72, served with the Women Air Force Service Pilots during World War II, and the Korean and Vietnam wars. Before retiring, Morrison was a research officer at Hickam Air Force Base. She performed research in Emergency escape mechanisms for long-distance bombers and wasthe first woman to ride the upward ejection seat. Born in Houston, Morrison is survived by adopted daughter Dr. J. Catherene Wilman; and several cousins. [SB 15/01/1996]


George Caries Moura, 88, of Kalaheo, Kauai, died, Jan. 23, 1995.  He was born in Eleele, Kauai and was a fireman with Kauai County.  Survived by daughter, Marjorie Souza of Koloa; sons, George, Gerald of Honolulu and Rodney of Lihue; sister, Mabel Ferreira and Elsie Camara of Honolulu; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Burial: Holy Cross Church Cemetery.  [Adv Jan. 25, 1995]


Oliver Byron “T-Bone” Mullaney, 86, of Honolulu, died Feb. 23,1995. He was born in Calente, the Philippines.  Survived by wife, Elaine; sons, Oliver “Buddy” of California, Ronald,and Vernon of California; daughters,Mrs. Don (Leonie) Randall, Edwina “Eddie” Smythe of Maui, Elaine “HauoliMullaney of California,and Mrs. Haines (Noelani) Kaiu; brother. Leon; 19 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.  [ Adv Feb. 27, 1995]


Candy L. Mullins, 30,of Kihei, Maui, died Jan. 3, 1995.  She was born in St. Louis, MO and was  a restaurant  bartendress and waitress.Survived by mother, JanetMullins;  father, Larry of  Kentucky; son, Brandon Ligsay of Kihei; sister, Lisa Lomeo of Wailuku.  [Adv Jan. 6, 1995]


Dr. Alton K.U. Mun, formerly of Honolulu, who died April 20, 1995, at his home in Salisbury Cove, ME will be remembered in a memorial service with military honors, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1996 at the National Memorial Cemtery of the Pacific, Punchbowl. Mun was born April 1, 1923 in Honolulu.  He was professor emeritus of Zoology at the University of Maine. He is survived by his wife Esther and five children.He was an Army lieutenant in World War II.  [SB 16/02/1996]


Francisca Manera Munoz, 76, of Honolulu, died Jan. 10, 1995 in Batac. Philippines.  She was born Sep 28, 1919 in Gabon, Dingras, Ilocos Norte, the Philippines.  Survived by sons, Tranquilino (Vangie), Byrne (Marlyn), Vienor, Edwin and Gerry; daughters, Jobin Morales, Felicitas Arevalo, ShonieAguinaldo, Dionicia  Mendoza, Tessie Manuel, Linda Tangonan, and Elena Cruz; 30 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brothers, Damaso, Crispulo, and Enriqueto; sisters, Eustaquia, Maria, Asuncion, Amanda. Leonora, and Epifania.  Burial: Valley of the Temples.  [Adv Feb. 7, 1995]


Shiho Murakami,  101, of Hilo, died Jan. 15, 1995.  She was born in Hiroshima, Japan and was a housewife.Survived by sons, Juro of Hilo, Etsuro and Hideo, both of Honolulu and Keji of Los Angeles.   [Adv Jan. 25, 1995]


Yoshiko Murakawa, 75, of Kahului, Maui, died Feb. 21, 1995.  She was born in Lahina.  Survived by son,  Paul; daughter, Mrs.  Richard (Patsy) Kawabata of Lahaina; brother, Robert Chinen of Honolulu; sisters, Gladys T. Tengan of Pukalani and Jean K. Arakawa of Kahului; four grandchildren.  [Adv Feb. 23, 1995]


Wilfred T.“SanjiMuraoka, 68, of Hilo, Hawaii, died Feb. 15, 1995.  He was born in Hilo, was a retired American Electric Co.electrician and member of Honpa Hongwanji, Hilo Betsuin, Waiakea Pirates and Mauka Houselots Kumia. Survived by wife, Kirino; daughter, Anne Higaki; brother, Hideo; and sister, Pat Abe.[Adv Feb. 17, 1995]



Tokie Murata, 76, of Lahaina, died Feb. 23, 1995.  She was born in Lahaina.   Survived by brother, Noboru.[Adv Feb. 24, 1995]


Doris Toyoko Murayama, 75, of Kekahu, Kauai, died Feb. 5, 1995.  She was a housewife. Survived b son, Anson, of Mililani; one grandson; two step-grandchildren; brother, Keibo Kakuda; sisters, Vivian Hatanaka of Honolulu, Agnes Saito of Honolulu and Misa Chigawa of Pearl City.[Adv Feb. 9, 1995]