Frederick “Cappy” Caminos

Posted On April 1st, 2018 -

Frederick ~ Always in our Hearts ~ Surrounded by his wife and ohana, Frederick "Cappy" Caminos, age 76, went home to our Lord and Savior on February 3, 2018. He was born in Honolulu and raised in Waianae. After 32 years of service, he retired from the Department of Public Safety, Sheriff's Division, as the First Deputy Sheriff for the State of Hawaii. Earlier, he worked for the City and County of Honolulu Road Division and also as a cement truck driver for Pacific Concrete. In later years, his love for God never wavered. His positive spirit brought comfort and aloha to all around him. Cappy touched countless people in his lifetime by simply loving and caring for others. He remained socially conscious and politically active. Cappy was a lifetime member of the National Sheriff's Association, board member of the Hawaii Law Enforcement Association (HLEA), and honorary board member of the Law Enforcement Community Foundation (LECF). He was a frequent traveler to Las Vegas with his wife, Kiki, who will be lovingly remembered as his devoted caregiver. He is survived by his wife Luwana "Kiki" Caminos; sons, Frederick Caminos, Jr. and James Caminos; daughters, Francine (Michael) Gahan, Freddielyn "Lynn" (Eliu) Wilson and Fredrene "Rena" Caminos; step-daughters, Kelly (Stuart) Machado and Michele (Richard Stevenson) Chillingworth; brothers, Albert "Tuna" (Aileen) Caminos, Cornelius (Charmaine) Caminos, Virginio "V.A." Caminos and Nazarene (Rena) Deuibar; sisters, Judy (Herman) Medeiros and Corinthia "Haunani" (Michael) Ferreira; 24 grandchildren, and 22 great-grandchildren. He is pre-deceased by his parents David Kalakaua Caminos and Annie Kealoha Ke; his brothers, Lincoln Caminos and David Caminos; his sister, Darlene Kon. His Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, April 6, 2018, at Mililani Mortuary's Mauka Chapel. Visitation: 9:30 a.m.; Services: 11:30 a.m.; Burial: 1:30 p.m. There will be a passby through the downtown Honolulu business district beginning at 8:30 a.m.

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