SHINJI SONEDA Shinji Soneda was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, on January 15, 1926 to Ayako Nagamori and Kenji Soneda, and was the fourth of six children. He attended Farrington High School. After serving in the Army at the end of World War II, which included time with Military Intelligence Service, he took advantage of the GI Bill to attend the University of Hawaii, Rose Polytech Institute (now Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) and Harvard University and earned a Masters Degree in Engineering. On June 21, 1953, he married the love of his life, Masuko Shimazu, and they settled in Cincinnati, Ohio, where Shinji worked as a civil engineer. In 1956 Shinji and Masuko moved back to their beloved Hawaii with their two sons, Brian and Alan, who were soon joined in Hawaii by daughters, Cynthia and Janice. Shinji worked for the State of Hawaii as a civil engineer in the Health Department, retiring in 1990 after reaching the level of Division Chief. Shinji passed away on November 13, 2013 at Maunalani Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. He is survived by his wife Masuko Soneda (Honolulu); his brother Gerald “Bolo” Soneda (Waipahu); children, Brian Soneda (Burlington, Washington), Alan Soneda (El Cerrito, California), Cynthia Timtim Soneda (Honolulu) and Janice Saiki (San Ramon, California), and eight grandchildren. A private ceremony was held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl Cemetery).
CLIFFORD MASARU NISHINA Clifford M. Nishina, 101, of Honolulu, Hi. passed away November 16, 2013 peacefully at home; born March 27, 1912 in Holualoa, Kona, Hawaii. He is survived by sons Vincent H. (Carleen) , Lloyd K., Conrad M. and daughter Amline T. (Robert) Hayduk, 10 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren. He graduated from Mid-Pacific Institute, Honolulu Business College and attended the University of Hawaii for Accounting courses before starting his career in 1943. He was Chief of Finance and Accounting with the Dept. of U.S. Army and Air Force Exchange Service for 29 years and culminated his career with a 4-year special assignment in Bangkok, Thailand. In conjunction with his Government service, he was a Public Accountant and sole owner and practitioner of Nishina Accounting Office for 42 years. Clifford served on the Hawaii State Board of Taxation Review for two terms appointed by both Governor’s J. Burns and G. Ariyoshi. Clifford served in leadership roles for various civic, professional and other organizations: Hi. Congress of Parents and Teachers, Palolo Lions Club (first Charter President in 1953 and District 50 Governor for Hi. 1960 – 1964), YMCA – Kaimuki Branch, Scoutmaster of Troop 141 BSA, Hawaii Association of Public Accountants (Pres. 1973-1974), National Society of Public Accountants (Governor, District XI, 1975-1979). After 45 years of his Accounting career, he travelled through-out the world and to over 40 different States with his wife, Helen, (deceased in 2003) and often visited their favorite city Las Vegas. Their desire to travel was further enhanced as tour escorts for the Travel Ways Agency. At the age of 90, he authored 5 books; of which 3 were published and donated to the library system of Honolulu and relatives and friends. Memorial services will take place at Hosoi Garden Mortuary on December 6th at 6:00 pm. Casual attire and please no flowers.
CHARLESTON G.P. ALMEIDA CHUBBY Chubby went home with Ke Akua on October 28, 2013 at age 71. He retired from Pacific Machinery and HNA, also owner of C.P. Grease Trap Services. Chubby is survived by son, Ziggy, mom Gussie, 2 grandaughters, brother Billy, sisters Liz Nakashima and Hula Cauton, Nephews and Nieces. Visitation 9am and Memorial Service at 10am Saturday November 30, 2013 at Bernice Pauahi Bishop Memorial Chapel, Kamehameha Schools.
AGUSTIN ANCHETA LUIS Age 101, of Waipahu, HI, passed away November 5, 2013 in Kapolei. Born August 26, 1912 in Laoag City, Philippines. He is survived by sons, Dominador (Elsie) Luis, Rodolfo (Emerlita) Luis; daughters, Cita Domingo, Anita (Nathaniel) Joaquin; brother, Brigido Luis of Philippines; sister, Leonora Agamata of Philippines; 6 grandchildren; 5 great-grand- children. Visitation 6-9 p.m. Sunday (December 1) at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; Wake Service 6:30 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Monday (December 2) at St Joseph Catholic Church; (94-675 Farrington Hwy., Waipahu) Mass 9:30 a.m. Burial 11:00 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.
DOROTHY DOTTIE GARCIA Age 74, of Kapolei, HI, passed away October 28, 2013 in Aiea. Born October 12, 1939 in Ninole, HI. A retired secretary with State of Hawaii Human Services, Disability Determination Branch. She is survived by husband, Alexander Garcia, Sr.; sons, Alexander Garcia, Jr., Ryan K. Garcia; daughters, Jonelle (Troy) Garcia-Kahikina, Adrienne Gandolf; grandchildren, Alexander Garcia III, Tyler Kahikina, Amylia & Keoni Gandolf; brothers, Tony (Rose) Baldogo, Patrick Garcia, Michael Garcia; sisters, Philomina Rabago, Leonora Baligad, Florence (Paul) Brewer, Evangelyn Garcia. Visitation 9:00 a.m. Friday (Nov 29) at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; Prayer Service 10:00 a.m. Burial 11:00 a.m. Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire. Flowers welcome.
TAKAO FUJITANI Age 82, of Aiea, HI, passed away November 2, 2013 in Ewa Beach. Born January 20, 1931 in Ahualoa, HI. He was a U.S. Army veteran; retired sheet metal worker and professor of Kodokan Judo. He is survived by wife, Tsuyako Fujitani; daughter, Karin (Wesley Waniya) Fujitani; sons, Dwayne (Raina) Fujitani, Neil (Ann Marie) Fujitani; 5 grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Monday (Dec 2) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; Memorial Service 6:30 p.m. Casual attire. No flowers, please.
ALAN I.W. YOUNG On November 8, 2013 (Nov. 7th HST), Alan I.W. Young, CEO and owner of Young’s Fish Market, passed away at age 60, while on vacation in Japan with wife, Jeanie, and friends. Alan was an avid golfer, active alumnus of St. Louis High, c/o ’71, and a member of the Pali Lions Club. Known for his love and laughter, Alan was the greatest friend one could have. His answer to all requests and situations was “No problem”. He loved to share stories and give out “little pearls of wisdom”. Alan and his sister Barbara took over Young’s Fish Market in the early 1980’s from their parents, Wilfred and Charlotte Young. His son, Daniel, will be the third generation of Youngs to run the business and continue providing their loyal customers with ono Hawaiian and local foods. Alan is survived by wife Jeanette (Jeanie), children Andrea, Amy and Daniel, brother Phillip, and sister Gloria (Dong). Celebration of Alan’s life will be on Sunday, Dec. 1, at Waimanalo Homestead Community Center, 41-253 Ilauhole St. Visitation 1:00 pm; Services 2:30 pm. Fellowship to follow until 5:00 pm. Private burial at later date. Aloha attire. No flowers. Online condolences at kenordensteinfunerals.com.
PATRICIA KELLEY Born: November 13, 1937; Honolulu, Hawai’i Died: November 17, 2013; Honolulu, Hawai’i Trying to capture the life of Patricia Kelley, an independent woman of substance who led a full and vibrant life, is like trying to capture a rainbow. She cherished growing up in Hawai’i, taking delight in its wonders, especially the rainbows that often fill Hawai’i’s skies. She swam and surfed the waters off Diamond Head and Waikiki, often in the company of the family’s cocker spaniels, Honey, Chami and Pilikia. Over the years this fabulous storyteller captivated generations of listeners with her stories and memories. Some of her most vivid recollections and dramatic, heartfelt stories related to the World War II era, including the bombing of Pearl Harbor, leaving Hawai’i for California and returning to the island by ship. She long-remembered the greeting of the island’s sweet aroma as the ship approached Honolulu. She again was home. Homecomings filled her life, for Pat loved to travel both as a passenger and as a licensed pilot who flew small airplanes. She enjoyed several air races, and completed the cross-country Powder Puff Derby in 1972. Her journeys took her to all seven continents, making it to Antarctica, the last on her list, when she was 70. She often hosted others on these adventures, expanding their horizons so they, too, could experience some of the wonders of the world. Early on, Pat displayed her talent for arts and crafts. Sewing, especially, was a favorite pastime. In high school she won an award from a major pattern company for a dress design, and over the years, her daughters and other girls adored the creative dresses she made for them. Many have wrapped themselves in her quilts of love. She also took the time to teach others to sew and quilt. In her youth, she worked with her parents and older siblings in the growing family hotel business (Outrigger Hotels and Resorts), doing everything from working the front desk, to cleaning rooms to taking reservations. Pat’s grit, talent and determination were key attributes to her success in the business world. After working for Trade Wind Tours at the Outrigger Reef Hotel, Pat proposed to her father that she wanted to start her own business, which she did by paying him $100 monthly rent for the chance to set up her own “desk”- a folding card table – in one of the hotels. From there she built two successful businesses, Pat Kelley Tours and Pat Kelley International Travel, eventually selling them to the family organization. Along the way, she helped many others start and succeed in their own businesses. Education, both in the classroom and in the greater world, was important to Pat. She attended Punahou School, St. Helens Hall (Portland, OR), Stephens College (Columbia, MO) and Santa Rosa Junior College (Santa Rosa, CA). A strong believer in life-long learning, she supported the education of several people and established the Gerald “Pete” Petrequin Scholarship at Punahou School, named after her beloved husband. Long after her formal education was complete, Pat continued to challenge herself to explore and learn. This storyteller, artist, quilter, businesswoman, pilot, traveler, licensed minister, life-long learner, daughter, sister, aunt, mother, grandmother, and friend passed peacefully while the sky was divinely filled with vibrant sunset colors – a fitting tribute to this beautiful woman who added so much color to the lives of others. She encouraged people to “Follow the Rainbows” and delighted in creating rainbow experiences for them. Pat was predeceased by husband Gerald “Pete” Petrequin, and parents Roy C. and Estelle L. Kelley; and is survived by her daughters Michelle M. Norstrom and Estelle M. Kelley; son-inlaw, Jason M. Weber; grandchildren Michael Norstrom and Mackenzie Norstrom; brother Richard R. Kelley; sister Jean E. Rolles; many nieces and nephews; several hana’i children; and her beloved pet dog, a Corgi named “King Tut.” If you wish to honor her memory, please send donations to the Patricia Kelley ’55 and Gerald “Pete” Petrequin Scholarship Fund at Punahou School. Any memorials and private ceremony pending. Temporary mini-memorial and public guest book located in the Outrigger Reef Hotel lobby. Public Web Tribute accessed at http://saturdaybriefing.outrigger.com/featuredpost/tribute-to-pat-kelley
MOISES PASCUAL DELA CRUZ Age 93, of Mililani, HI, passed away October 17, 2013 in Ewa Beach. Born July 6, 1920 in Barangay 60, Madiladig, Laoag City, Philippines. Worked at the Waialua Sugar Plantation for 10+ years. He is survived by spouse, Rosa Juan Dela Cruz; sons, Virgilio (Iluminada) Dela Cruz, Edy (Norma) Dela Cruz, Wilson (Adelina) Dela Cruz, Samuel (Edna) Dela Cruz; daughter, Junelyn (Ernesto) Lozano; brother, Pastor (Feliza) Dela Cruz; 10 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Friday (November 29) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; Prayer Service 6:00 p.m. Visitation also 8:30 a.m. Saturday (November 30) at Our Lady of Sorrows Church (1403 A. California Ave., Wahiawa); Mass 9:30 a.m. Burial 11:00 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire. Flowers Welcome.
ESTHER GUMTANG SUBIA Age 89, of Waialua, HI, passed away October 23, 2013 in Wahiawa. Born January 8, 1924 in Cabulalaan, Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired from Waialua Sugar Company. She is survived by daughters, Florida P. “Lita” Subia, Dolores J. “Dolly” Subia, Rosemary Subia (Dave) Basilio; son, Rollen (Karin) Subia; 2 grand- children. Visitation 9:00 a.m. Saturday (November 30) at Waialua United Church of Christ (67-174 Farrington Hwy., Waialua); Funeral Service 10:30 a.m. Burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire. Flowers Welcome.
WILLIAM B. CHANG 84, of Honolulu, a retired VP for Kapiolani Medical Center and an Army Veteran, passed away in Kuakini Medical Center. He was born in Kauai. He is survived by wife, Ann, son Warren (Ruth), and daughter Lori Morimoto (Michael), brother Wallace (Theresa) and four grandchildren. Private Services.
FAYE CAROLINE SCHIRMER DOMKE November 12, 2013 94, of Kailua, died peacefully at home. She was born in Chisholm, Minnesota. She is survived by son John B. Domke, daughter Paula D. Sterling (Wayne), grandchildren John and Caroline Lawo, Malia, Lilinoe and Kapuahelani Sterling, great grandchildren Michael and Ilia Carter, and loving cousins and friends. Faye was a graduate of Carleton College and completed post graduate work in music at Columbia University. She was past president of AAUW, an active member of PPSEAWA, Great Decisions and the Adventurers’ Club. For many years she served as docent at Iolani Palace and Sea Life Park, and was formerly choir director at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Kailua. Services to be held Friday, November 29, 2013 at 12:30 pm at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church with burial to follow at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.
DICK DAIZO MATSUO Age 90, of Honolulu, passed away November 2, 2013 in Honolulu. Born May 14, 1923 in Honolulu. Retired from Hawaiian Electric Co. after 35 years of service. He is survived by wife, Thelma Matsuo; son, Dean Matsuo; daughters, Diane (Joel) Nakagaki, Charlene (Craig) Mukawa, Beverly (Allan) Ohigashi; 11 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. Visitation 5:00 p.m. Saturday 11/30 at Mililani Downtown Mortuary (20 S. Kukui St., Hon), Memorial Service 6:00 p.m. Casual Attire. No Flowers.
DONALD ARTHUR BUD SCELSA November 10, 2013 Captain Bud”, 67, grew up in Newport Beach and moved to Hawaii while he was stationed in the Coast Guard. An avid waterman, he was involved in the initial launch of the Hokule’a in 1975, worked as a charter boat captain on Maui, completed several transpacific voyages and spent many years on Oahu as a well-respected Marine Surveyor. He was also a passionate paipo board builder and rider. Bud was well known for his kindness and generosity. He is loved and will be profoundly missed by his partner, Dela LaFleur, his siblings John Scelsa, Greg Scelsa, Aminah Ulmer, and Covita Moroney, numerous nieces and nephews and their families, and many good friends. Aloha a hui hou ‘o kaua.
DEBORAH (DEBBIE) LEI (RINKER) SIMS 60, of Longview, WA, died at home on November 17, 2013. She was born in Lihue, HI and attended elementary and high school in Kailua, Oahu. She was preceded in death by her parents Margaret Lydgate Rinker and Robert Rinker. She is survived by husband Frank Sims; sisters Melody and Jennifer, daughter Damara and son Daniel, and grandsons Jack and Noah. Those who wish to honor Debbie are welcome to join the family at a celebration of Debbie’s life, planned for 11:00 am Saturday December 7th at New Life Fellowship Church in Longview, WA. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Pasado’s Safe Haven, a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to rescuing dogs, cats and farmed animals from abuse and neglect. https://www.pasadosafehaven.org/donate/
MR. RONALD SHOICHI HAYASHI January 1, 1946 – November 9, 2013 Retiree of DC50, Painters Union Local 1791. Peacefully completed his Journey under the care of Hospice Hawaii and Arcadia Health Care Center. Joined the Painters Union in July 1968 as a painter, and later served as an Instructor for the Apprenticeship School. In 1995, he was the Office Manager under Mr. John Montrone. In 1996, he accepted the position of Field Agent. He served as Vice-President and later as President of the Painters Union Local 1791. Then, Business Representative of the Painters Union Local 1791 and Trustee for District Council 50, which encompasses the Painters, Tapers, Glaziers, and Carpet Layers Unions. Survived by Wife: Jacqueline Wong Hayashi. Sons: Allen (Alena Ramiscal) Wong and Daniel Keoki Wong. Daughters: Shawne (Garrett) Uyetake, Lesley Ann (Aaron) Matsumoto and Shanyn (Russell Valmoja) Hayashi. Grandchildren: Aaron Kawika Wong, Alyssa Keakalina Wong, Blaze Keoki Wong, Meshelle Hirashima, Kairyn Hayashi-Kuwabara, Randy Manuwa Jr., Mahealani Baker-Uyetake, Cade Matsumoto, Chaslynn Uyetake, Aaron Matsumoto Jr., Chasen Koichi Uyetake, and Rylan Hayashi-Valmoja. Father: Roy H. Hayashi. Sister: Roseanna (John) Sylvester. Brothers in Law: Guy (Hiroko Kiuchi) Slover and Keith Slover. Sister in Law: Stephanie (Robert) Rombaoa. He was loved by all and will be dearly missed. WE LOVE AND MISS YOU PAPA, WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HOW MUCH YOU LOVE US Until We Meet Again… Private Service held.
RAYMOND W. SWEENEY JR. Oct. 31, 2013 Raymond W. Sweeney Jr., 75 , of Kaneohe, retired owner of Sweeney Communications Public Relations and broadcast executive, died in Kaneohe. He is survived by his wife, Adrienne Liva Sweeney, daughters, Erin M.M. Sweeney, Ryan Mae Sweeney and Cary Bouldin; son Raymond W. Sweeney III, son-in-law Jesse Miner, grandchildren Karl Raymond Johnson, Maiya Pestel and Wallace Miner; devoted companions-in-care Billie Jon Kalakau, Peniana Gibbs and Barbara Carvalho. Makana: Ahahui Malama i ka Lokahi (Kawainui Marsh Preservation) P.O. Box 720, Kailua 96734. Celebrations of Life: Honolulu, December 29th, 10:30 AM at The Pacific Club; San Francisco, 1:00 PM January 19th at St. Francis Yacht Club.
SADAKO KANESHIRO Age 95, of Waipahu, HI, passed away October 15, 2013 in Pearl City. Born September 5, 1918 in Ewa, HI. She is survived by sons, Thomas (Sachie) Kaneshiro, Roy (Noriko) Kaneshiro, Howard (Joanne) Kaneshiro; brothers, Dutchy K. (Betty) Shiroma, Sam E. (Betty) Shiroma, Alan M. Shiroma, Charles Y. (Jean) Shiroma; sister, Jean N. Nakamoto; 7 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren. Private Services held.
GORDON BOW LUM NG Age 77, of Wahiawa, Hawaii, passed away October 30, 2013 in Wahiawa, Hawaii. Born August 19, 1936 in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is survived by wife, Gloria K. Ng; sons, Tim (Carolyn) Ng, Kaipo (Kirsten) Ng; daughter, Meri (Chad) Peter; sisters, Sterling Kaahaaina, Helen Wright; brother, Allan Ing; 7 grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 a.m. Sat. (11/30) at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; Memorial Service 10:30 a.m. Urn Burial 1:00 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.
EDWARD SADANOBU CHINA 94 of Honolulu. Born in Papaikoa, So. Hilo. Retired Independent Taxi Driver. Passed on November 6, 2013. Survived by: son, Randolph “Randy” (Rose); daughters, Loretta Toyama (Walter), Jeanette Oshiro (Masami), Nora Yap (Frederick), Shirley Hijirida (Raymond); ten grandchildren; 9 great-grand- children; sisters, Margaret Muramoto, Sueko Kimura. Private services were held.
Eight Years of Remembering JIM KOLONICK December 8, 1934 – November 23, 2005 Always In Our Hearts Your loving spirit will live on forever.
ROBERT BOB W. VENTURA Age 75, was born and raised in Wailuku, Maui. After graduation from Baldwin High School, Bob joined the Air Force where he spent a significant portion of his 22-year career in the field of Information Technology. Near the end of the Vietnam War, he was instrumental in standing up the Joint Casualty Resolution Center (now the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command) which is still in operation today. Following his retirement from active duty, Bob worked for several IT companies and eventually formed Ventura Technology in 1991 where he proudly employed over 150 military veterans throughout the years. Bob was also very dedicated to his loving family, he also enjoyed music and being outdoors. The memorial will take place at the Mililani Memorial Park and Mortuary, Mauka Chapel in Waipio on Saturday, November 30 with visitation at 5:30 PM, memorial service at 6:30 PM and remembrance to follow. In lieu of flowers, the Ventura family requests donations to the Air Force Aid Society (afas.org/memorials) in memory of SMSgt Robert “Bob” Ventura. Bob was a Vietnam veteran, a board member for the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association and is survived by his wife, Letizia; his children Luana (McArthur), Robert Jr., and Claudia; sister Clare and two grandchildren.
JOSEPH ADRIAN KEANU, JR. Age 80, of Pearl City, HI, passed away October 27, 2013 in Honolulu. Born February 7, 1933 in Honolulu, HI. A lifetime member of Disabled American Veterans; a longtime member of Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club; Leeward Bowling League. A Korean War veteran and Purple Heart recipient. He is survived by wife, Loretta Keanu; son, Adrian (Sarah) Keanu; 1 grandchild; brother, Roger Keanu; sister, Barbara Ann Brown. Private Services held.
WILLIAM “BILL” SHIGEO SUZUKI Age 87, of Mililani, HI, passed away on November 2, 2013. Born October 8, 1926 in Honolulu. He retired as the Vice President of the YMCA of Honolulu. He is survived by his wife, Agnes; son Matthew; daughters Rebecca (Kane) Kanetani, Christine (Ross) Ibaan; sister Doris (Yoshinori) Ojiri; grandchildren Ryan and Brandon Kanetani, Erin and Emily Ibaan. Visitation 9:00 a.m., Service at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, November 30, 2013 at Harris United Methodist Church, 20 S.Vineyard, Honolulu. Casual attire. No flowers. Memorial gifts received will be donated to Harris United Methodist Church, YMCA of Honolulu and St. Francis Hospice.
MITZI M. TAKETA Age 80, of Waipahu, HI, passed away November 3, 2013 in Honolulu. Born August 3, 1933 in Paia, Maui, HI. She is survived by spouse, Akio Taketa; sons, Wesley Taketa, Tracy Taketa, Russell (Jaqueline) Taketa; daughters, Holly (Doyle) Wheeles, Kelly (Lester) Morikawa; brothers, Leslie Matsubara, Eugene (Susan) Matsubara; sister, Laurie (Francis) Keeno; 7 grandchildren; 3 great-grand- children. Private services were held.
HENRY KALEIHOKU CHANG Henry Kaleihoku “Butch” Chang, also known as Henry Kaleihoku Manu II, of Kaneohe, Age 72, passed away on November 8, 2013. Born May 5, 1941. Butch attended Saint Louis (8 years), I’olani and Castle High School. Upon graduating in 1959 attended Idaho State and Chaminade University where he graduated in 1984 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business. After college, he enlisted in the U.S. Army as a Medical Lab Tech; he served at Brooks Army Medical Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and Tripler Army Medical Center for 16 years. He also served in Vietnam in 1968. After retiring in 1981 he continued working as a Civil Service Medical Lab Tech at Tripler. He was a devoted Kaneohe Lion and a Lifetime Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Organization. He is predeceased by parents Bonnie W. and Anita Chang and Henry Kaleihoku Manu. He is survived by his wife Phyllis M. Chang, brother, Carl Malani Bilyeu (Crystal), son, Henry Kaleihoku Chang, II “Kalei” (Cheryl), daughter, Malia M. Chang-Santilla, three grand- sons, Henry K. Chang, III (‘Ekolu), Bonnie K. Chang (Ka’imi), Steadman K. Chang (Kahoku), and one grand- daughter, Felicia M. Santilla. Services: November 23, 2013 at St. John’s By the Sea Episcopal Church, 47-074 Lihikai Drive, Kaneohe. Visitation: 9:30-11:00. Service: 11:00 AM. Inurnment: November 25, 2013, 2:00 PM at Hawaii State Veterans Memorial Cemetery followed by military honors. Flowers welcome.
ANDRES GANITANO BALI Age 82, of Aiea, HI, passed away October 29, 2013 in Las Vegas. Born September 12, 1931 in Barrio 20 Golgol, Sarrat Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Retired from Hawaiian Dredging and Pacific Construction. Member of Local Carpenter Union Local 745. He is survived by wife, Filomina “Lomin” Bali; daughter, Arlene Bali; son, Arnold (Uthai) Bali; 2 grandchildren; brother, Justo Bali. Visitation 6-9 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 26) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; Wake Service 6:30 p.m. Visitation also 8:00 a.m. Wednesday (Nov. 27) at St Elizabeth Catholic Church; (99-312 Moanalua Rd., Aiea) Mass 9:30 a.m. Burial 11 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire. Flowers Welcome.
RUDY SARRA 66, died October 18, 2013, in Honolulu. Rudy was born in San Diego, California, and lived much of his adult life in Hawaii where he was a farmer. He served in the U. S. Army from 1967-1973. He is survived by his brother Jim (Laurel), his sister Char (Brad), his nieces Annalese, Patrice, Tiffany, his nephew, Scott, and many friends, especially, Kathy and Robert. He was loved by many and will be missed by all.
JAMES MICHAEL WILSON JR. Age 58, passed away 11-12-2013 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Born 07-02-1955, in Texas, Pearl City. Navy USN. He survived by wife, Kathleen Wilson; sons, Brendan & Patrick; daughter, Victoria; mother, Mary Louise Wilson; brothers, Joe & Tim; sisters, Libby & Mary; four grandchildren. Services were held at Oahu Cemetery and Crematory, followed by military honors on Tuesday, November 19.