RAYMOND MUN KONG LUM

Posted On June 12th, 2011 -

Nuuanu Memorial Park & Mortuary, LLC

RAYMOND MUN KONG LUM

Raymond Mun Kong Lum, 99, died May 15th 2011. He enjoyed a full life marked by generosity and love of people. He survived three wives, Lily Seu Lan Fung, Beatrice Kop, and Yansheng Ma. Beginning in the 1950’s, he published Hawaiian greeting cards, pupule studio cards, statehood first day covers, calendar blotters, and postcards through his printing company, Lum & Feher, Ltd. These items, often modern and often traditional, have circulated throughout Hawaii and beyond. In the late 1950’s Ray Lum operated a fine arts gallery on King St. He also produced prints of restored engravings from Captain Cook’s voyage to Hawaii. In 1999 he and Yansheng Ma Lum published Sun Yat-sen in Hawaii, the definitive account of local fundraising efforts to overthrow the Manchu dynasty. They also started a college scholarship fund in Inner Mongolia. Favorite hobbies were golf, cooking, painting, and travel, especially to China. Mr. Lum is survived by a daughter, Kwei-lin Lum, son-in-law Gregory Urbach, nieces, and nephews.

Graveside services will be held at Nuuanu Memorial Park Thursday June 30 at 10:45 AM.


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