MARY ANGELIE DE LEON FAJARDO-HACA

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$nameMARY ANGELIE DE LEON FAJARDO-HACA Age 39, of Honolulu, passed away April 25, 2016 in Honolulu. Born January 4, 1977 in Valenzuela, Philippines. She was an accounting clerk at Building Maintenance Services LLC. She is survived by husband, Ronald Haca; mother, Adelina Fajardo; brother, Isaac Fajardo; sisters, Maria Rosita (Moises) Bernardo, Mary Jennifer (Marciano) Pascual. Visitation 8:30 AM Friday May 6 at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel, Waipio, Service 9:45 AM. Burial 11:00 AM at Mililani Memorial Park. Flowers welcome.

Doris L. Thomas

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$nameDORIS L. THOMAS Doris L. Thomas, 85, passed away on March 12, 2016 at her home in Honolulu, surrounded by family and loved ones. She was born in Beatrice, Nebraska on December 9, 1930 and grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska. After her marriage in 1948, she moved to California with her husband, and in 1959, she and her growing family relocated permanently to Hawaii. In Honolulu, the family owned a mobile catering business and banquet facility named Beniya Shokudo / Aloha Catering. Doris was the President and General Manager of the business until her retirement. Doris is preceded in death by her parents James and Fanny Runyon, her brother Leroy, her sister Margaret, and her husband Robert D. Thomas. She is survived by her 10 children Mary, Robert (Jan), Alice, Barbara (Jeff Modlin), Christopher (Queenie), Margaret (Rocknie Agustin), Rose Jones, Linda (Dave Grice), Julie (Yoshi Toda), Kristen (James Baker), 22 grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren. A celebration of her life will be held on May 7, 2016 at Waialae Baptist Church in Kaimuki. Visitation at 9AM and memorial service at 10AM. Burial to follow at Valley of the Temples. Aloha attire.

Carmelo “Milo” Ambrocio

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CARMELO MILO AMBROCIO Age 58, of Honolulu, passed away April 6, 2016 in Honolulu. Born Jan. 8, 1958 in San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. He is survived by sons, Jerwayne (Joanne) Ambrocio, Jomell (Krystal Tabora) Ambrocio; daughter, Julie Ann (Fernando) Berdoza; former wife, Victoria Ambrocio; brothers, Rudy (Julie) Ambrocio, Ruben (Judy) Ambrocio, Daryll Ambrocio; sister, Corazon Ambrocio, Teresita (Saturnino) Laroza; 7 grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 AM Thursday May 5 at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel, Waipio, Service 9:30 AM; Burial 11:00 AM at Mililani Memorial Park. Flowers welcome.

SUMIKO SAKAMOTO

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SUMIKO SAKAMOTO Sumiko Sakamoto, 89, passed away peacefully on April 1, 2016 in Clovis, California. She was born on the Big Island on January 13, 1927. Sumiko was a long-time resident of Laupahoehoe before moving to California a few years after the loss of her husband Kazuo in 1988, to be closer to her family. Sumiko was a strong-willed, hard-working, and courageous woman. As a mother, she stressed the importance of a good education to her children. Not having completed high school due to her family's limited resources, it was her dream come true to see each of her children graduate from college and be successful in their chosen professions. Her life truly revolved around her grandchildren, as they brought so much joy into her life and made her proud with all they have accomplished. One of her biggest joys was being the Matron of Honor at her granddaughter's wedding. She beamed with joy as she walked down the aisle on the arm of her grandson-in-law. Sumiko is survived by sons Warren (Raynette) and Nelson; daughters Sharon (Brad) Kimura, and Lee Ann (Mark) Cunningham. She was a loving "Granny" to Christopher Sakamoto, Krista (Gabriel) Kimura Calderon, Kelsey Kimura, and Lauren and Maxwell Cunningham. She is also survived by her three sisters: Ruth Kino, Jean Fukuki, and Bernice Koga. At Sumiko's request, a private service was held, with future plans to return to Hawaii.

LORETA DOMINGO LAGMAY

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LORETA DOMINGO LAGMAY Age 77, of Ewa Beach, HI, passed away April 5, 2016 in Aiea, HI. Born October 25, 1938 in San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. She was a retired ward clerk from Kaiser Permanente-Moanalua. She is survived by son, Dominic Lagmay; daughter, Esther (Howard) Ouchi of WA; brothers, Jose (Corazon) Domingo, Virgilio (Veronica) Domingo; sister, Venica Domingo; 2 grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Wednesday (May 4) at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (91-1298 Renton Rd., Ewa Beach); mass 11:00 a.m. Burial to follow 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Flowers welcome.

PAUL MICHEL “MICKEY” THIELEN

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PAUL MICHEL "MICKEY" THIELEN July 30, 1931 April 12, 2016 left us after living a full life. He was first and foremost a family man. A wonderful husband to his wife, Cynthia, and an amazing father to his children. His grandchildren knew their "Pomper" as a mischievous, reliable and caring figure. Mickey believed his greatest legacy was his family, especially his four children. In them he instilled an irreverent sense of humor to carry them through life's ups and downs, a strong work ethic, entrepreneurial spirit, and a responsibility to care for others. He took great joy in Cynthia's legislative accomplishments, proudly driving an SUV holding scores of yard signs that he delivered. Mickey was a well-known contractor, serious about the quality of his work, but humorously named his company "Mouse Builders." He made a significant mark on Honolulu, particularly in the Chinatown-Downtown area. He is best known for the national Renaissance Award-winning restoration of the Stagenwald Building; construction and operation of Mauna Kea Marketplace. He was a businessman-mentor, who provided an environment where people took pride in their work and were encouraged to grow their careers. Mickey graduated from Claremont Men's College (now Claremont-McKenna), Senior Class President, 1953; was a 40-year member of the Lanikai "Park Priques" volleyball hui; and was always ready to take on the establishment, such as fighting the State to keep his restaurant name "The Bank," which he opened in the old Bishop Street Territorial Savings Bank. The most inspirational aspects of Mickey's life are not the structures he built or the businesses he started. They are the people he inspired, the example he set, and the way he challenged everyone to be the best they could be. He is survived by his wife, Cynthia, four children, Dave, Peter Laura and Greg, 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Pictures and testiments to Mickeys life can be found at http://www.mickeythielen.com/ In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Mickey Thielen to the Windward YMCA Endowment Fund. A celebration of Life will be held Sunday, May 22, 2016 at MidPacific Country Club, 11:00-2:30, with remarks from 11:30-12:00.

Francisco “Kiko” Lasaten Alcantara

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FRANCISCO KIKO LASATEN ALCANTARA 82 of Waipahu, HI passed away on March 25, 2016. Born in Batac, Ilocos Norte, PH. Survived by wife, Macaria; children, Lolita (Rey), Danilo (Eunice), Divina (Charlie), Norman (Wilma), Vivian (Mario), Jesusa (Cyprus), Nelson, Francisco Jr. (Cathy), Benito (Mayrose), Marita; siblings, Santiago & Romana; 27 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; predeceased by children Angelita & Emmanuel (died as infants). Wake service:May 6, 2016, 6PM at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, Kaneohe, HI. Funeral Service: May 7, 2016, 10AM at St Paul's Episcopal Church, Honolulu, HI. Burial service: 1PM, Valley of the Temples, Kaneohe, HI.

Shelley Kananimaiole Young Supnet

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$nameSHELLEY KANANIMAIOLE YOUNG SUPNET Shelley Kananimaiole Young Supnet, 45, is no longer with us as of March 28, 2016. She worked at Nico's Restaurant Pier 38. She was having a good time as child of this family, her father loved her very much and he has welcomed her coming through the gate. That was Fred T. Young. She is survived by mother Carol J. Young; daughters McKenna K. Supnet and Maiya J. Solorio; sister Jacki Young-Maslin; brother Shane T. Young; uncle Richard L. Moon; former husband Jose J. Solorio and Ricardo V. Supnet, all of Honolulu. Visitation 4 p.m. on Friday (May 6, 2016) at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Hawaii Kai Ward (219 Lunalilo Home Rd.), service 6 p.m. Aloha attire. Private inurnment.

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