CHARLES TATSUO HASEBE Charles “Charlie” Tatsuo Hasebe, age 96, of Kailua, Hawaii, passed away on September 9, 2014 in Honolulu. Born on August 25, 1918 in Kailua, O’ahu, Territory of Hawaii to Yokichi and Tami Hasebe. His parents were born in Fukushima, Japan. He was a retired heavy equipment operator and a member of Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3. He was also a farmer, fisherman, avid golfer and devoted husband, father, grandfather and great- grandfather. He served in the United States Army during WWII and witnessed the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Natsuye Abe Hasebe, he is survived by son, Edwin (Barbara) Hasebe; daughters, Carolyn (Bob) Swartz, Frances Hasebe, and Loraine Hasebe; grandchildren, Dyani (Donnie) Hasebe, Natane (Woodley) Hasebe- Thompson, and Yumi Kristin Miyata; great-grandchildren, Braeden Tatsuo Hasebe, Nadine Nanea Thompson, Kaeden Norio Hasebe, and Woodley Irving Thompson III. Charlie is also survived by brother, Larry Yozo Hasebe; brothers-in-law, Hiroji Abe, and Takeshi (Mary) Abe; sisters-in-law, Shigeko Hasebe Abe, and Roberta Abe; and cousins, nephews, nieces, and friends. Visitation 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 24 at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; Service at 3:00 p.m. Aloha/casual attire is suggested. Burial on Thursday, September 25 at 10:00 a.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery.
JOHN J. LUJAN Born May 21, 1945, John Joseph Lujan, 69, of Pahoa Hawaii, a carpenter formerly of Honolulu died July 4, 2014. The adopted son of Michael Peter Kamohoalii Lujan (deceased). He is survived by wife Angelina, sons Jesse, James, Jason and Aaron Lujan. A step daughter Jainette Iwasaki; sister Christina Taite; 8 Grandchildren; 3 Great- grandchildren. Visitation: 9-12:00 pm, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 at Oahu Cemetery. No flowers.
DR. JOHN JACK PETER PAUL KEENAN Age 83 of Honolulu, passed away on September 11 2014 at Queens Medical Center. Born June 20th 1931 in Dublin Ireland. Dr. Keenan was one of the first oncologist in Hawaii and was instrumental in the development of the Hawaii branch of the American Cancer Society and the Cooperative Chemotherapy program statewide. In addition, Jack was one of the founders of Hawaii Harlequins in 1963 and the Hawaii Rugby Football Union. He is survived by son Sean; grandkids Jackson, Lochlain and Shane; brothers Mike, Tom and Larry; sister Breeda. Private services.
ROBERT BOB HERKES Robert “Bob” Neil Herkes, 83 of Volcano died August 21. Born in Iloilo, Philippines. Retired hotel executive with InterIsland Resorts, served on the Hawaii County Council, State Senate, State House of Representatives. Attended Riverside School, Hilo Intermediate, Hilo High, Punahou, City College of San Francisco, Cornell University. Army Vet. Founder/Director Hawaii State Cribbage Tournament. Visitation 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. Service 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 27 at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo. Survived by wife, Jo-Anna K. Herkes; sons, Robert Burns (Lynn) Herkes of Waimea, Ken (Beverly) Herkes of Florida, Doug (Ann Cobb) Herkes of Waikoloa; granddaughter, Sara (Travis Rupp) Herkes of Colorado; brother, John (Sharon) Herkes; sister, Jana Herkes; nieces and nephews.
REY FERDINAND QUEBRAL March 1966 – September 2014 Rey Ferdinand Quebral, 48, of Kailua, retired DOE teacher and archaeologist, passed peacefully on September 10th. He was born in Caoayan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines on March 14, 1966 and immigrated to Hawai’i in 1969. He graduated from Nanakuli High and UH-Manoa, where he majored in archaeology and secondary social studies education. His passions were his sons, teaching, sports, and raising animals. He taught history at Wai’anae High and Waimanalo Intermediate and worked for IARII. He enjoyed mentoring Upward Bound Program students and coaching basketball. He and Rona celebrated 21 years of marriage. Rey is survived by wife Rona Ikehara-Quebral; sons Ripley & Ricky; brothers Ernie (Dolly) Jr., Max (Nila), Mario (Zenisa); sisters Rosy (Vic Sr.) Gaoiran, Isabel (Gordon) Kang, Maria (Daniel) Ornellas, Gin (Morty) Howard; countless nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grand- nieces; pre-deceased by parents Ernesto P. and Alberta N. Quebral. Visitation will be held at 5:30p.m., Thursday, September 25, 2014 at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, memorial services at 6:15p.m., dinner to follow. Casual attire. “Forever in our hearts.”
JESSIE JANE BORGE Age 77, of Wahiawa, HI, passed away September 11, 2014 in Wahiawa. Born June 26, 1937 in O’okala, HI. She is survived by sons, Peter Kinores, Jr., Mark Borge, Manuel Borge, Jr.; step-sons, Curtis (Sherri) Borge, Edwin (Dale) Borge; daughters, Pamela (Russell) Carter, Sr., Tisha Borge; step-daughters, Diane Harrington, Sandra Borge; brother, George (Beatrice) Cabral; sisters, Ann (Bill) Glynn, Adeline Snyder; 16 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren. Visitation 5:30-9:00 p.m. Friday (Sept 26) at the Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; Wake Service 6:30 p.m. Casual Attire.
JUNIOR TERRY AFALLA Age 83, of Pearl City, HI, passed away August 5, 2014 in Honolulu. Born September 24, 1930 in Ka’u, Big Island, Hawaii. A member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Aiea, and Ali’i Holokai diving club. An Army retiree who served in the Vietnam and Korean wars. He is survived by wife, Ming “May” Afalla; son, Walter M. Afalla; hanai son, Mark Roberts Daughters: Renee Paz, Terilyn (Paul) Zoller, Cindy “Pua” (Ralph) Hamilton, Leila Rose; sisters, Lydia McCarter, Grayce Smietan, Joyce Afalla; 7 grandchildren; 8 great-grand- children. Visitation 8:15 a.m. Friday (Sept 26) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; Funeral Service 9:15 a.m. Burial to follow 11:00 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire. Flowers Welcome.
JOYCE JANE MAKI Age 67, of Lakeland, Florida, passed away August 24, 2014 in Florida. Born October 17, 1946 in Martinsburg, West Virginia. She was of the Baptist faith and has worked as a bartender before retirement. She is survived by husband, Mark Maki; sons, Travis Scott Johnson of Georgia, Sean Eric Johnson of Hawaii; brothers, Wayne Johnson, Dubert Johnson; 2 grandchildren. Visitation 6:00-9:00 p.m. Thursday (Sept 25) at the Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; Memorial Service 6:30 p.m. Aloha Attire. Flowers Welcome.
JOHN J. LAMARCA Age 43, of Aiea, HI, passed away August 24, 2014 in Honolulu. Born June 25, 1971 in Honolulu, HI. He is survived by wife, Melody M. Kubo; son, Avery Lamarca Kubo; mother, Silvestra “Betty” J. Lamarca; brothers, Rudy (Lisa) Lamarca, Vincent (Davlyn) Lamarca. Visitation 9:00 a.m. Wednesday (Sept 24) at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church (99-312 Moanalua Rd., Aiea); Mass 10:00 a.m. After the mass service, Celebration of Life 11:30 a.m. at the Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel. Burial to follow 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire. Flowers Welcome.
BENJAMIN BEN ILDEFONZO Age 83, of Ewa Beach, HI, passed away August 4, 2014 in Honolulu. Born March 12, 1931 in San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. He is survived by wife, Bibiana Manuel Ildefonzo; son, Edgar (Hernani) Ildefonzo; daughters, Loridel (Richard) Rosa, Norma Ildefonzo Campos; sisters, Alfreda Ildefonzo, Rosita Macapulay; 4 grandchildren; 2 great-grand- children. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Friday (Sept 26) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; Family Program 6:30 p.m., Prayer Service 7:00 p.m. Visitation also 10:00 a.m. Saturday (Sept 27) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; Mass 11:30 a.m. Burial to follow 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire. Flowers Welcome.
HOMER KAAI HAYES Homer Kaai Hayes passed away peacefully at home August 15, 2014 with his loving wife and sister by his side after a courageous battle with cancer. Kaai was born May 2, 1942 in Honolulu, Hi to Homer A. Hayes and Gwendolyn E. Hayes. He had a wide range of interests and careers. He had a private pilot license, a 100 ton boat license (Was the captain of the Ale Ale Kai & Hilton Hawaiian Village’s catamaran’s, 100′ and 65′ respectively) Kaai was a skilled sailor of the deep blue. He also appeared in several TV commercials, bit parts in TV shows and movies, raced sports cars, and practiced martial arts. Kaai founded Hayes Guard Service, Inc. in 1968, and later in life was the Director of Security at Hilton Hawaiian Village. In the 80′s he and his wife Rosalie were dancers with the KDEO country dancers in Hawaii. When they moved to Nevada they owned a saloon in Virginia City. Kaai was also a deputy Sheriff in Storey County, NV., retiring in 1999. After moving to Medford, Oregon they started another business. He loved RVing, and working in the yard. He was a student of history, especially his family’s Hawaiian history. Kaai was preceded in death by his parents. He was the grandson of Dr. Homer H. and Flora K.Hayes. He is survived by his wife Rosalie Hayes. His sons Bradley S. and Gavin M. Hayes by a previous marriage; Step- son Sean Gonsalves (Yupin) whom he regarded as a son; granddaughter’s Gwendalyn and Brooklyn Hayes; Sister Rita Denis (Spike) and several nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 am Saturday Oct 4th, 2014 at Oahu Cemetery, 2162 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu.
FREDERICK FRIEBELE DUPREE, JR. A Cambridge-based real estate developer, died in Honolulu, Hawaii on May 31, 2014. Born on August 22, 1931 in Santa Monica, California, he was 82. He was the son of Dr. Frederick Friebele Dupree, Sr. and Caroline Henderson Dupree. As a child, Fred lived in Westwood, California and Tampa, Florida until the family settled in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1943. Fred’s house was set deep in the country outside Knoxville, surrounded by fields and an old Civil War cemetery that dissolved into woods. Fred often joked that his childhood in Knoxville was like a page pulled from Tom Sawyer. Life was a bit “wild and woolly” by today’s standards as the county around Knoxville was quite rustic in the 1940s. There was swimming, water skiing, fishing, boating and camping along the Tennessee River and its tributaries. There were lots of dogs, rifles, shotguns and football games in the cemetery behind his house. Although Knoxville was a segregated town, the games usually included players from the neighboring black community, a practice unheard of at the time. As a testament to his mother’s extraordinary tolerance, among her oak trees, azaleas and rhododendrons, the backyard featured antique cars on blocks and Indian motorcycles, all in various states of disrepair but awaiting restoration. Fred’s most beloved project was a 1940 Ford coupe, known as “Moonshine”, with an engine he completely rebuilt to bootlegger specifications. The car could outrun anything on the road, which he demonstrated on many occasions. Unfortunately, the car was prone to overheating, especially on the steep passes over the Great Smoky Mountains, and Fred soon learned to carry enormous jugs of water to cool down the motor. Fred graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville with a degree in electrical engineering. He was soon drafted into the US Army for the Korean War and was stationed at a Nike Missile site near Fort Meade, Maryland. Although intended to defend the capital against Soviet bomber attack, the site appeared ineffective. According to Fred, the missile domes were held in place by air pressure and frequently the compressors would malfunction and the domes would collapse. Fortunately, Fred liked to say, the Soviets did not attack. After leaving the Army, he worked for several years for Royal McBee travelling across the US to sell and install a revolutionary new technology: the digital computer. Around this time, he began his lifelong collaboration with his brother, Tom, on real estate development. Over fifty years, the brothers built, owned and managed commercial and residential buildings in Florida, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Virginia and Washington, DC. Although he grew up in a small Southern town, Fred loved travelling to far-away places. In high school, he toured Europe by bicycle and visited Hawaii where he joined the crew of a sailboat bound for Tahiti. Returning from one of these trips, he arrived home with only 50 cents left in his pocket. These early trips instilled a lifelong love of travel. Cycling by an old stave church in Roldal, Norway, on a Scandinavian bicycle trip, he decided he’d like to get married there and, on June 16, 1970, he did, marrying Sunny Acuff Seiler, a trial attorney who worked for the Massachusetts Attorney General. They honeymooned cruising through the fjords from Stavanger to Kirkenes. Fred enjoyed fjords on all continents, not just in Norway. On his first sailing trip Down East to Mt. Desert Island, Maine, he sailed up Somes Sound, the only natural fjord on the East Coast. He fell in love with the island and Acadia National Park and shortly thereafter purchased the summer cottage “Wasgat Cove” from Philadelphians Wharton and Louise Elkins Sinkler. He passed his sailing knowledge on to his children and the family went cruising Down East annually along the rocky coast of Maine and Nova Scotia. During these trips he taught them to troubleshoot the hazards of lobster pots, narrow channels, bad shellfish and extreme Canadian tides. He continued his interest in international travel when the family took two sabbatical years in London, where his children attended Hill House School and returned home with British accents. From their home base in London, the family traveled to ski in Gstaad, Switzerland, hike the hills in the South of France and walk among the pyramids of Egypt. One highlight of Fred’s international adventures was skydiving for the first time on his 70th birthday in New Zealand. Fred loved finding new places to visit and he owned houses in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Stowe, Vermont; Northeast Harbor, Maine; Honolulu and London. He belonged to The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts; The Somerset Club in Boston; The Pot & Kettle Club in Bar Harbor, Maine; The Harbor Club in Seal Harbor, Maine; and The Outrigger Canoe Club, The Pacific Club and The Waikiki Yacht Club in Honolulu. Fred’s father was a psychiatrist who was educated at Louisiana State University, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Tennessee. Fred’s father, like his grandfather, was imbued with a strong sense of public service. He cut back his large private practice to become the clinical director of a Tennessee state psychiatric hospital. His mother, who grew up in early 1900s Florida, resisted the confines of traditional Southern society and was a supporter of many then unpopular liberal causes. She graduated from the Florida State College for Women (now Florida State University) and received a master’s degree in sociology from Columbia University. She was the daughter of Thomas N. Henderson who was a prominent Tampa businessman and an early investor in Coca-Cola. He also held many municipal offices in Tampa, including President of the City Council and Mayor. Fred was descended from a French Huguenot family that fled France for Virginia following the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. They were planters and migrated south, eventually settling in Louisiana after the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Fred’s paternal grandfather, James William Dupree, was a noted physician who did extensive research on mosquito transmission of yellow fever and his work is chronicled in Evelyn Mitchell’s “Mosquito Life”. The mosquito species Aedes (Ochlerotatus) dupreei was named after him. He was also Surgeon General of Louisiana and during the Civil War was the Chief Surgeon of the Army of Western Tennessee. Fred was also related to the renowned patriot-pirate Sterling Dupree who attacked Spanish forts along the Pascagoula River and helped liberate west Florida from the Spanish in the early 1800s. Fred is survived by his wife, Sunny, whose maternal grandparents were Dr. Ethel Acuff and Harry T. Poore of Knoxville, Tennessee and his three children, Frederick Aubin Seiler Dupree of London, Lila Lancaster Seiler Dupree of Los Angeles and Andrew Chapin Seiler Dupree of New York, as well as his brother Thomas Henderson Dupree, Sr. of Cambridge. A private inurnment was held at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts on August 29, 2014. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to NPR and public television in Boston and Honolulu. Fred was a great admirer of both organizations.
ELWINA S.P. (SPENCER) KEOMAKA Elwina Shirley Pualani (Spencer) Keomaka 76 of Honolulu passed away peacefully on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 surrounded by her loving family. Born on May 26, 1938, retired cashier for Safeway Stores of 35 years. She is survived by husband of 60 years, Joseph; Sister in law Henrietta Spencer; Sons Lemuel (Ashlen), Jowin (Rori-Jean), Dwayne (Jenny), Elwyn (Roxie), Daven and Lanson Keomaka; 23 grand- children and 27 great grand- children Services will be held at Hawaiian Memorial on September 26, 2014 (Friday) viewing @ 5:30 p.m. and services @ 6:30 p.m. September 27, 2014 (Saturday) viewing @ 9:30 a.m. and services @ 10:30 a.m. Burial @ 1pm. Casual attire.
KAYONO KOIKE 101, of Mililani, formerly of Naalehu, passed away on August 23, 2014 at Wahiawa General Hospital. She was born in Naalehu, Hawaii and was a cafeteria baker at Kalanianaole Elementary and Intermediate on the Big Island. She was predeceased by her husband, Tsuneo Koike and son, Arthur Tsuneichi Koike. She is survived by sons, Will K. (Miyo), Lyman S. (Geri), Pierson H. (Betsy); daughters, Leora K. (Roy) Tun, Sylvia S. Koike, Mae S. (Wesley) Iwamoto, Lynne T. (Vernon) Uchida; sisters, Nancy T. Yokota, Barbara S. (Albert) Hamamoto; 12 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren. Private services. No monetary gifts and no flowers.
Sept. 14, 2014
Emiliano Dumlao Villanueva, 68, of Kahului, a retired Hyatt hotel steward, died in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He was born in the Philippines. He is survived by wife Marilyn, sons Milmar and George E., mother Claudia, brothers Leonardo and Arsenio, and sisters Erlinda Tuzon and Adela Santiago. Visitation: 6 p.m. Oct. 3 at Christ the King Church, Kahului. Mass: 8 p.m. Additional visitation: 9 to 11 a.m. Oct. 4 at the church. Burial: 12:30 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park. Online condolences: ballardfamilymortuaries.com.
Sept. 6, 2014
Andrew D. Tennis, 24, of Mililani died in Honolulu. He was born in Wahiawa. He is survived by father Frank, mother Alexa Stankiewicz, brother Christopher, and sisters Nicole Tennis and Gabrielle Tennis-Cole. Private services.
Sept. 5, 2014
Hatota Kaitapu Tehiva Jr., 17, of Hana, Maui, a junior at Hana High School, died at home. He was born in Wailuku. He is survived by parents Hatota Sr. and Uilani; brothers Lawai’a, Mauarii and Oramaragi; sisters Poerava and Teua; and grandmother Joycelene Phillips. Visitation: 9 a.m. Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hana. Services: 11 a.m. Burial to follow at Waikoloa Cemetery, Hana. Online condolences: ballardfamilymortuaries.com.
Aug. 25, 2014
Ernest Jamorabon Tambio, 71, of Aiea died in Honolulu. He was born in Burgos, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. He is survived by wife Bobbie P.; sons Ojay, Rhandy and Allan; brother Pat; sisters Lydia Abad and Magdalena Sanchez; and four grandchildren. Visitation: 8:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary-Waipio, makai chapel. Services: 10 a.m. Burial: 1 p.m. at Greenhaven Memorial Park. Casual attire. Flowers welcome.
Sept. 4, 2014
Virgilio Lazaro “Vir” Tabije, 88, of Waipahu, a purchase manager and a veteran of the Commonwealth of the Philippines Army, died in Waipahu. He was born in Cabangan, Zambales, Philippines. He is survived by wife Elisa; sons Rustom, Melchor, Gerry Josefelito and Luisito; daughters Myrna Gapasin and Titas E. Tabije; sister Antonina Rellama; 22 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Inurnment: 11 a.m. Monday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Online condolences: hawaiianmemorialpark- mortuary.com.
Sept. 11, 2014
Father Robert Kwong Chee Siu, 90, of Lander, Wyo., a Catholic priest and a Navy veteran, died in Lander. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by brothers Arthur K.B. and James K.M. Vigil of the Deceased: 6 p.m. Thursday at the Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace. Funeral Mass at noon Friday. Burial: 3 p.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha attire. Flowers welcome. Donations suggested to the Priest Retirement Fund of the Roman Catholic Church in Hawaii.
Sept. 3, 2014
Philibert Gabriel “Boy” Secretario Jr., 60, of Lahaina, a Kaanapali Golf Course landscaper and a musician, died in Maui Memorial Medical Center. He was born in Lahaina. He is survived by mother Trecita “Terry”; and sisters Wanda Pavao, Beverley Genovese, Cindy Balboa and G. Maka Secretario. Visitation: 9 a.m. Saturday at Maria Lanakila Church. Mass at noon. Lei welcome. Online condolences: ballardfamilymortuaries.com.
Sept. 13, 2014
David Kuulei Ropa, 75, of Lanai City, an employee of C. Brewer & Co. and Castle & Cooke LLC, died in Lanai Community Hospital. He was born in Pahala, Hawaii. He is survived by wife Sandra K., sons David “Boy” and Michael “Kaleo,” daughter Denise “Ola,” sisters Mary-Jane “MJ” Andrade and Kathleen Guitang, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Private services. Online condolences: ballardfamilymortuaries. com.
Sept. 2, 2014
Juan Sagap “Johnny” Rivera, 84, of Lakeland, Hawaii, a retired utility truck driver for Hamakua Sugar Plantation Co., died in North Hawaii Community Hospital. He was born in Zapat, Sinait, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. He is survived by wife Margarita C., daughters Myrna Rivera-Baptista and Edith Rivera-Sleightholm, sister Matilde R. Ibe, 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Visitation: 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Annunciation Catholic Church, Waimea. Mass: 7:30 p.m. Additional visitation: 8:30 a.m. Friday at the church. Prayer service: 10:30 a.m. Burial to follow at the church cemetery. Casual attire.
Aug. 20, 2014
Patricia N. Park, 85, of Kula, Maui, a former high school teacher in California and teacher at Maunaolu College on Maui, died in Maui Memorial Medical Center. She was born in Salt Lake City. She is survived by companion Alice Martin. Private services. Online condolences: ballardfamilymortuaries.com.
Sept. 14, 2014
Jerry Minoru Okamura, 78, of Kula, Maui, a retired aerospace engineer for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, died at home. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Elsie, daughters Tracy Efflandt and Robin Okamura, brother Howard and a grandchild. Private services. Online condolences: ballardfamilymortuaries.com.
July 29, 2014
Shunichi Miyashiro, 98, of Aiea, a federal retiree, died in Honolulu. He was born in Ewa. He is survived by son Alvin and brother Fred. Private services. No monetary offerings.
Sept. 17, 2014
Manuel Mercado Sr., 80, of Mountain View, Hawaii, a retired county landscaper, died at home. He was born in Hilo. He is survived by wife Alice; sons Manuel III, John, Robert, Manuel D. I and Peter; daughters Linda Pennywell, Judy Mercado, Monalisa Santos, Alice Smith, Virginia Santana and Cynthia Kisamore; 34 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Visitation: 9 a.m. Wednesday at Ballard Family Mortuary. Services: 10:30 a.m. Burial at noon at Alae Cemetery.
Sept. 9, 2014
Joseph Rufino Maddela Sr., 73, of Kahului, a building maintenance engineer at Kaanapali Beach Club, died at home. He was born in Hana, Maui. He is survived by wife Ramona; sons Joseph R. Jr., Colin-Lee and Travis “Kealii”; brother Arthur V.; sisters Monica L. Maddela and Roxanne “Hoku” Hu; four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Visitation: 9 a.m. Sept. 29 at Ballard Family Mortuary. Eulogy: 10:45 a.m. Services: 11 a.m. Burial: 2 p.m. at Maui Memorial Park, Wailuku. Aloha attire. Online condolences: ballardfamilymortuaries.com.
Aug. 29, 2014
Damaso M. Lorenzo Sr., 88, of Honolulu died in Honolulu. He was born in Ewa. He is survived by wife Janice; sons Damaso Jr., Frank and Baldomero; brothers Placido and Leopoldo; sisters Primitiva Aguilar and Eufemia Villagin; nine grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Visitation: 8:30 a.m. Thursday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary, 20 S. Kukui St. Services: 9:30 a.m. Burial: 1 p.m. at Valley of the Temples.
Sept. 4, 2014
Joan “Malu” Kalaukoa, 75, of Waipahu, a school nurse, died. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by brothers Joseph W., George B. and Joseph A.; and sisters Bernadette and Lei. Visitation: 10 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary. Services: 11:30 a.m. Burial: 2 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Aloha or casual attire. Flowers welcome. Online condolences: borthwickoahu.com.