Archive for the ‘Family Placed Obituaries’ Category

LUCY NAVARRO

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

LUCY NAVARRO Age 83, of Waianae, HI, passed away January 20, 2015 in Waianae, HI. Born December 6, 1931 in Makawao, Maui, HI. She is survived by sons, Sanford (Lisa) Navarro, Alex (Mara) Gaspar, Paul (Nikki) Navarro; daughters, Linda (Glenn) Tanaka, Susan (Jay) Serrao, Janice (Don) Bongo; brothers, Ismael (Flo) Hintacutan, Sergio (Norma) Hentacutan; sister, Dolores Aranaydo; 20 grand- children; 21 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 8:30 a.m., Thursday (Feb. 12) at St. Rita Catholic Church (89-318 Farrington Hwy, Waianae). Program 10:00 a.m., Mass 10:30 a.m. Burial to follow 2:00 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park, Kaneohe. Casual attire.

CHUNG DHO AHN

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

$nameCHUNG DHO AHN Chung Dho Ahn, 93, passed away on Oct. 12, 2014. Born on Dec. 31, 1920, Mr. Ahn attended McKinley High School and the University of Hawaii where he was graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering. He was a veteran who served in the U.S. Army during World War II. In 1945, he married Helen H.B. Lee and together they raised five daughters. Chung Dho Ahn worked for Park & Park Engineering before establishing his own civil engineering and real property development corporation, Chung Dho Ahn & Associates, Inc. which he successfully ran for many years. He and his wife Helen Ahn were major fund-raisers for and instrumental in the building of the Center for Korean Studies at the University of Hawaii. Having been predeceased by his beloved wife Helen, Mr. Ahn is survived by his five daughters Karen Ahn, Jennifer Ahn Minami (Howard), Marcella Ahn Sugihara (Stuart), Lucy Ahn, Margaret Ahn Seabright (Michael), 10 beloved grand- children and five great-grand- children. A private service has been held.

DR. THOMAS HIROSHI TERUYA

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

$nameDR. THOMAS HIROSHI TERUYA March 5, 1936 – January 21, 2015 Thomas Hiroshi Teruya, M.D., 78, of Honolulu, passed away on January 21, 2015, at Queen’s Medical Center. Born in Honolulu, in 1936, to Yoken and Nancy (Ushi) Teruya, Tom was the eighth of nine children. He grew up working on his family’s fruit and vegetable farms in Kailua and Waianae. Wanting to get the best education he could, he enrolled at Iolani School in 7th grade. He graduated with honors and left Hawaii to attend Kenyon College in Ohio. Tom was so homesick for Hawaii, that he decided to be a doctor so he could come home and practice. He graduated from Hahnemann Medical College in Pennsylvania, specializing in obstetrics and gynecology. He interned at Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, and completed his residency at Los Angeles County General Hospital. After serving two years in the U.S. Navy Medical Corps, he returned to Hawaii to begin his private practice. He chose obstetrics because he took pride in bringing new life into the world. In 1969, Tom joined the Honolulu Medical Group. Five years later, he joined a private practice, which has thrived and now includes six doctors. He enjoyed admitting privileges at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children and The Queen’s Medical Center, where he was known by patients and staffers for his expertise and comforting bed-side manner. In 1990, he humbly received the Ke Kauka Po’okela (The Outstanding Physician) Award from Queen’s. Tom was dedicated to providing the best care and most current treatments and continued his education by participating in seminars and conferences. He was a member of The American Medical Association and The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. The well-being of his patients was the focus of his professional life for over 45 years. He made himself available to them 24 hours a day, and wouldn’t rest until he knew they were cared for. Several years ago, he scaled back his practice and concentrated on gynecology. He was able to spend more time at the golf course, often golfing four times a week at Waialae Country Club. He was an avid sports fan and regularly attended University of Hawaii football and volleyball games. Most importantly, he traveled several times a year to visit his grandchildren in California. Nothing made Tom happier than spending time playing games with them. He loved being able to watch them practice karate and play hockey, soccer, baseball. He was a proud “Papa” who always shared how pleased he was with his grandchildren’s accomplishments. He is survived by his wife, Margie; son Dr. Theodore; daughter Mia (Stephen Odell); brothers Minoru (Kay), William (Mitsue) and Paul; sisters Lillian Kamisato and Betsy Oshiro (Wally); and three beloved grandchildren, Trevor Odell (15), Trent Teruya (10) and Chloe Odell (8). He was preceded in death by daughter, Tracey. A service celebrating Tom’s life will be held at Nuuanu Memorial Park & Mortuary-East Chapel on Sunday, February 15th. Visitation begins at 2:30 p.m. Service begins at 4 p.m. Aloha attire is welcome. Private inurnment on Monday, February 16th. *- Dr. Teruya was a U.S. Navy Veteran

KATSUMI OHAMA

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

$nameKATSUMI OHAMA Katsumi Ohama, 91 of Honolulu died on January 26 in Honolulu. Born March 30, 1923 in Honolulu he was a retired president and principal broker of Kats Ohama, Ltd. – Realtors. He was a veteran and MSgt in World War II, retired member of Honolulu Board of Realtors, Hawaii Association of Realtors, National Association of Realtors and The Investment Group, Realtors (TIGR). He was preceded in death by wife Eiko Ohama and son Ken Ohama. Survived by daughters Jun (Nobuyasu) Ishibashi of Japan, Kei (James) Nakagawa of Hilo, Mei (Dean) Yoshikawa of Honolulu, Lei (William) Rol of Honolulu, brother Toru (Janet) Ohama of Honolulu, sister Himeko (George) Hieda of Honolulu, 10 grandchildren, 11 great-grand- children, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was a loving husband, father, grand- father and great-grandfather. Private services. No flowers or koden (monetary offerings). Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary.

HAROLD “YAMA” EICHI YAMASHITA

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

HAROLD YAMA EICHI YAMASHITA Age 94, of Mililani, HI, passed away January 19, 2015 in Aiea, HI. Born February 27, 1920 in Puna, Hawaii Island. Previously worked as a troubleshooter for The Honolulu Gas Company & as a Prison Guard for Oahu Community Correctional Center. He is survived by sons, Jeffrey H. (Barbara) Yamashita, Larry F. (Karen) Yamashita, Lincoln C. (Linda) Yamashita; brother, Kenneth Keigo Yamashita; sisters, Margie Takahashi, Suzie Takemoto; 10 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; 1 great- great-grandchild; numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation 9:00 a.m., Wednesday (Feb. 11) at Mililani Mortuary Downtown Chapel (20 So. Kukui St.). Funeral service 10:00 a.m. Burial at Mililani Memorial Park at 1:30 p.m. Aloha attire. No flowers please.

Kimiko “Kay” Shimabukuro

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

KIMIKO KAY SHIMABUKURO Age 88, of Honolulu, HI, passed away in Honolulu on January 17, 2015. Born on June 29, 1926 in Lahaina, Maui, to Kamata and Nabe Goya Shimabukuro. Predeceased in 1993 by husband Jerry Tadanobu Shimabukuro of Mikilua Poultry Farm, Inc. She was a member of the Ginoza Son Jin Kai and the Lahaina Club and was also active in the Oahu County Group of the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation. Kay is survived by sons, Glen S. (Evelyn) , Dan K. (Ellen), Sean A. (Linda) and daughter Kathryn Yomono, 8 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, sisters Nancy Y. Johnson and Gladys S. Nagamine. Visitation 1:00 p.m. Saturday (Feb 14) at Hosoi Garden Mortuary; memorial service 2:00 p.m. Casual attire, no Flowers.

TANYA ALFONSO TABAYOYON

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

$nameTANYA ALFONSO TABAYOYON Age 65, of Waipahu, HI, passed away January 23, 2015 in Ewa Beach. Born March 5, 1949 in Honolulu, HI. She was employed at Davidson Chudacoff, S.E. Rycoff and Alternate Energy. She is survived by brothers, Alfred (LaDonna) Tabayoyon, Jr., Marc Tabayoyon; sister, Janis (John) Tanga, Visitation 5:30 p.m. Thursday (Feb 12) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; funeral service 6:30 p.m. Burial 10:00 a.m. Friday (Feb 13) at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Flowers welcome.

PEDRO EVANGELISTA PIANO

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

PEDRO EVANGELISTA PIANO Age 91, of Wahiawa, HI, passed away January 6, 2015 in Wahiawa, HI. Born January 5, 1924 in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. He is survived by wife, Paula Parinas Piano; sons, Christopher (Douangchay) Piano, Paterno “Joey” Piano, Sonny Piano; daughters, Stella (Ismael) Bugarin, Rosana (Silvin) Siquig, Amelita Piano, Annabelle Cruz; brother, Jose (Betty) Piano; sisters, Dominga Piano, Virginia Laplana; 10 grandchildren. Visitation 9:00 a.m., Friday (Feb. 13) at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church (1403 California Ave., Wahiawa). Program 10:00 a.m., Mass 11:00 a.m. Burial to follow 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual/Aloha attire. Flowers welcome.

ANN CHANG TANG

Posted On February 8th, 2015 -

$nameANN CHANG TANG Ann was born on July 13, 1945 in Honolulu, Hawaii, to Tong and Anne Chang. She was called home to Jesus on February 4, 2015. Ann left a beautiful mark in this world with her selfless love for family and friends, tenacious work ethic at Aloha Airlines and Hawaii Gas, and dedicated service to her Lord and church. She will be remembered for her zest for life, generosity, glass half-full attitude, fiery and fun-loving personality, elegant style, wacky sense of humor, and diehard veganism (except when she baked her all-butter desserts). Ann is deeply missed by her husband of 47 years, Gordon; children, Jon (Audrey), Jennifer (Ben) Krueger, and Heather (John) Duchemin; grandchildren, Luke, Seth and Annie; siblings, Amy (Masaru) Horiuchi and Tim Chang; as well as extended family and countless friends and colleagues. A celebration of Ann’s life will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Wahiawa on Saturday, February 14. Visitation at 9:30-11 a.m.; service to follow. No flowers please.

Mark S. Angut

Posted On February 7th, 2015 -

MARK S. ANGUT, JR. 01/01/41 – 02/05/14 Dear Mark, It broke our hearts to have lost you. Our family is broken and nothing seems the same now. Mark, you have given all of us loving and peaceful memories that fills the absence of your being. To all of our family, friends, and acquaintances, we have accepted your condolences and prayers. With your caring support you have lifted up our spirits to go on. In the celebration of Mark’s life, “Daghan Salamat”. Thank you very much. – Yvonne and the Children

CHIYOKO “LILLIAN” MAKABE

Posted On February 7th, 2015 -

CHIYOKO LILLIAN MAKABE Age 93, of Wahiawa, HI, passed away January 18, 2015 in Wahiawa, HI. Born December 1, 1921 in Wahiawa, HI. She was the proprietor of Town & Country Lodge; a member of Wahiawa Ryusenji Soto Mission and the Ryusenji Fujin Kai. She is survived by sons, Michael (Sherry) Makabe, Randall Makabe, Dennis (Darlene) Makabe; daughters, Marilyn Okutani, Gwen (Dean) Watanabe; 13 grandchildren; 5 great-grand- children. Visitation 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 11 at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel, Memorial service 6:00 p.m. Casual attire.

KAWIKA GAPERO

Posted On February 7th, 2015 -

$nameKAWIKA GAPERO March 2, 1955 -February 7, 2014 Remembering you is easy, we do it every day. It’s just the pain of losing you, That never goes away. We miss your voice, and it’s hard to bear, but so thankful for your music that we constantly share. Deeply missed by your wife, family, friends, and Lilo & Kaleo

Lyle Ann Wilkins

Posted On February 7th, 2015 -

LYLE ANN WILKINS Our beloved Ann, 69, of Oakhurst, California, a retired housing specialist, passed on at the Kaiser Permanente hospital in Irvine after a brave struggle with multiple myeloma. She is survived by her husband Tony, daughters Autumn and Joylani, sister Linda and grandchildren Dawson, McKenzie, Xavier and Destiny. Cremation took place on Friday January 30. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, February 21 at The Summit Lighthouse, Los Angeles Teaching Center, 1480 Colorado Blvd, Suite 175, Los Angeles CA 90041. Aloha attire. Floral tributes may be sent to the Summit lighthouse on the day of the service between 9:00 and 9:30 AM. Access is at the rear of the building. Online condolences to Tony at asnikliw@gmail.com

SHIGEKO ASATO

Posted On February 6th, 2015 -

SHIGEKO ASATO Shigeko Asato passed away on December 18, 2014 at the age of 87. She was born in Hamakua on the Big Island of Hawaii, on November 29, 1927 to Matsu and Uta Nakasato. She was the ninth of eleven children. Shigeko was a retired elementary school teacher and a tireless volunteer in the community, serving as the first woman president of the Hui Makaala Okinawan community organization from 1988-89. She is survived by her husband, Richard T. Asato, daughters Portia N. Ige (Gary Ige), Nancy N. Inouye (Leslie Inouye), Nora S. Kamikawa (Kurt Kamikawa), son Richard T. Asato Jr. (Rhoda Asato), ten grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. Visitation: Saturday, February 14, 2015 at 9:30 A.M. at Borthwick Mortuary in Honolulu. Services at 10:30.

ROBERT EDWIN PAINE SR.

Posted On February 6th, 2015 -

$nameROBERT EDWIN PAINE SR. Oct. 2, 1921 – Oct. 4, 2014 Sonora, California Robert Edwin Paine, Sr. passed away peacefully in his sleep on the morning of October 4, 2014, two days after his 93rd birthday, in Sonora, California. As a realtor in Hawaii for 51 years, he was known as “Aloha Bob”. He was a WWII fighter pilot in the U.S. Navy, Marines, and Air Corps, retiring after 17 years. Aloha Bob and his wife, Nani, moved to California in 2013, to be closer to family. He is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters. A memorial will be held Saturday, February 14, 2015 at the Honolulu Elks Lodge #616 at 1:30 pm., followed by taking his ashes beyond the reef.

Nobu Otani Allen

Posted On February 6th, 2015 -

NOBU OTANI ALLEN Age 90, of Honolulu died January 26, 2015. She was born in Yamagata, Japan and was a Lady K Wedding Shoppe seamstress. She was predeceased by her brother Yoshio Otani. Nobu is survived by her sister Kyoko Kameda; sister-in-law Taeko Otani; nieces Junko Mishima, Naoko Hashimoto and Tomoko Imoto and nephews Kunio Otani and Isato Kameda. Private service held.

ETHEL SOON NAE OH SPURLIN

Posted On February 6th, 2015 -

$nameETHEL OH SPURLIN February 6, 1922 – October 16, 2014 Ethel Soon Nae Oh Spurlin, our favorite aunt, would have been 93 years old today February 6, 2015, but decided instead to let nature take its course after receiving a diagnosis of liver cancer five weeks before her passing October 16, 2014, in her home in Mililani. She chose hospice care and died peacefully with her beloved Teddy and Suzy at her feet and surrounded by her family. Daughter of Kuk Young Oh, who emigrated from Pyongyang, Korea, and Mary Kim, Ethel outlived her four siblings, Peter Oh, Elaine Yap Kalilimoku, Charles Oh and Rachel Shiley Wade. Four major surgeries including open heart surgery, numerous minor procedures and at least half a dozen chronic conditions didn’t prevent her from being engaging and vivacious throughout life. She was feisty to the end. She graduated from McKinley High School in 1940 but like many of her generation, didn’t continue college due to war and instead accepted a clerical job at Hickam. While working at Bellows Field in the Quarter Master’s Office she met future husband Steve Arthur Spurlin, a navy officer. They were married in 1943 by the chaplain of St. Louis College which at the time was being used as a military hospital. Ethel lived and raised children in Guam for many years in connection with her husband’s work as a construction superintendent for the government in the Pacific area. Back in Honolulu she obtained work with Sears, Roebuck, located first on Young and Beretania Streets and later headquartered in the Ala Moana Center. She rose in the ranks to become the only Executive Secretary to the Regional Buyer attached to the LA Regional Buying Office, a position she held until her retirement in 1985. She also raised, trained and showed dogs. Her cairn terrier Angus McDuff was the only dog in Hawaii to achieve the highest certification of Utility Dog Obedience. She was an African Violet fancier and an active member and officer of the African Violet Society of Hawaii, traveling often to conventions. And with her husband she raised, collected and exhibited orchids, succulents, and shells. Ethel is survived by three sons Steve Arthur Spurlin Jr. (Ann), Peter Don Spurlin (Eden) and Edward Robert Spurlin (Dawn); grandchildren Michael Frierson, Hali A. Miller and Maile A.Spurlin; and great grandchildren Luke Frierson and Tristan and Caleb Miller. Also surviving are nieces Carolyn Ballou and Sandra Gonsalves and nephew Hiram Oh and grand niece Becky Oh, who were close to her and provided much of the assistance she needed toward the end. Other nieces and nephews, the children of her siblings survive her. No services were held at her request. Donations in her memory may be made to the Hawaiian Humane Society or St, Francis Hospice.

PHILIP A. NORDBLOM

Posted On February 6th, 2015 -

$namePHILIP A. NORDBLOM Philip A. Nordblom passed from this world in his Kailua home on January 27, 2015 at the age of 71. Phil will be remembered as a devoted father and great friend to many, for his magnetic smile, sense of humor and his generosity to help others. Please join us to remember our father, brother and friend Phil, and carry on his legacy of friendship, goodwill and consideration for others.

STANLEY TAKEO HOLT

Posted On February 5th, 2015 -

STANLEY TAKEO HOLT 76 of Kaneohe, a retiree of Communications Satellite and co-owner of Maruki Tei Restaurant in the Windward Mall died peacefully in his home. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Eloise; sons Arlen (Karin), Cory (Lillias), Toby (Rae); grandchildren Jenica, Trevor, Janet, Joshua, Cameron and Carson; sister Mildred; brothers Clarence and Walter. Preceded in death by brother Henry. Celebration of Life services will be on Friday, February 6 at 5 p.m. at Parker United Methodist Church.

Alita Wall

Posted On February 5th, 2015 -

ALITA WALL Of Honolulu died Sunday January 11, 2015 at the age of 82. Alita is survived by her loving husband of 48 years, Brendan Wall. She is the beloved mother of Christopher Wall, Catherine Schultze, Jonathan Wall, and Margaret Kennedy and Nana to many adoring grandchildren. Born in 1932 in Seattle, WA, Alita was a gifted pianist and dancer from a young age. She shared her love of music with many students as a long-time teacher at Maryknoll School. Alita and Brendan spent many happy summers in Paris, France and enjoyed spending holidays with their children and grandchildren on the mainland. Alita will be remembered by all who knew her for her love of family, her passion for music, and her deep and abiding faith in God. Funeral services are being held in Seattle.

JOSE “JOE” VASQUEZ

Posted On February 5th, 2015 -

$nameJOSE JOE VASQUEZ Feb. 2, 1925 – May 3, 2014 Happy Birthday Dad! We miss you so much, but knowing you are watching over us helps us through the sad days. Love you always, Your Hawaiian Ohana

JULIA BARTOLOME MARTINEZ

Posted On February 5th, 2015 -

$nameJULIA BARTOLOME MARTINEZ Age 90, of Ewa Beach, HI, passed away January 6, 2015 in Ewa Beach, HI. Born February 7, 1924 in Banna, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. She is survived by sons, Efren B. (Charita) Martinez, Edgar B. (Marilyn) Martinez; daughter, Erlinda M. (Victor) Durupan; brother, Martin Bartolome; 8 grandchildren; 8 great-grand- children. Visitaion 9:00 a.m., Monday (Feb. 9) at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel. Prayer service 10:00 a.m. Burial to follow 11:00 a.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire.

AH CHEW GOO

Posted On February 5th, 2015 -

AH CHEW GOO 1918-2015 On January 9th, 2015, Ah Chew Goo passed on peacefully surrounded by his family. He was 96 years old. He was born on April 11, 1918 in Hilo, Hawaii. Ah Chew played basketball for the Hilo High Vikings, which won the Territorial Basketball Championship (today’s equivalent of the Hawaii State Basketball Championship) three consecutive years (1934-36). He was a first team All-Territorial selection each of his three years and received the Most Outstanding Player Award as a senior. His jersey number ‘7’ was retired in 1952. Although he was only 5 feet 4″ inches in height, he received offers from mainland colleges and from the University of Hawaii. However, his priorities were to find employment on Oahu and to support his family in Hilo. While living on Oahu, he played basketball in the Hawaii Senior League, which held their games at the old UH gym and at the old Civic Auditorium. A local sportswriter wrote that so many fans enjoyed watching Ah Chew play that one game was delayed for more than 30 minutes because “one of the referees couldn’t get through the crowd that jammed the doors.” After seeing Ah Chew play, local sportswriters began calling him the”Mandarin Magician”. They wrote that he dribbled, passed, and shot in a class by himself. One wrote that his quickness, timing, accuracy, deceptive moves, and tricks on the court would make him the envy of the Harlem Globetrotters. Ah Chew also played on a Hawaii team comprised of senior league players that played against the Globetrotters on Oahu as well as exhibition games on the mainland. A sportswriter in New York heard about the “Mandarin Magician” and traveled to Hawaii to see him play. When he returned to New York, he wrote in his column that Ah Chew Goo was better than the top-rated ballhandling and playmaking professionals in the NBA. After retiring as a player in 1940, he continued his love and his passion for the sport by being a coach, a referee, and by conducting free clinics on Oahu and on the neighbor islands. However, his greatest love was Clara Kim. They were married on December 6, 1941 and recently celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary. Other notable events in his life were: UH men’s basketball coach from 1954 to 1957; First inductee in Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame in basketball in 1978; Hawaii Sales Representative for L.G. Balfour Company; and Member of Hawaii State Boxing Commission (1970’s). He is survived by his wife, Clara; sons, Darryl, Vince (Gay), and Keenan (Diane); grandsons, Shannon Cappy, Brennon Kippy, Kennon Kasey, Davin (predeceased),Ryan, and Austin Goo; granddaughter, Kristin Kimi Yip; and 4 great-grandchildren. Private services were held.

REGINALD “REGGIE” “CLYDE” MALABEY, SR.

Posted On February 5th, 2015 -

$nameREGINALD REGGIE CLYDE MALABEY, SR. Age 77, of Honolulu, passed away January 16, 2015 in Honolulu. Born May 26, 1937 in Honolulu. Retired from Prestressed Concrete and also with State of Hawaii worker. U.S. Marine Corps Veteran. He is survived by sons, Reginald “Reggie” (Avy Gaille) Malabey, Jr., Alexander “Alex” (Molly) Malabey; daughters, Laurie (Craig) Malabey, Regina (Kalei) Santos; sister, Barbara Kapahua; half-brother, Ipo; half-sisters, Audrey, Mona, Karnie and Joy; 18 grand- children; 13 great-grand- children. Visitation 9:00 a.m. Tuesday 2/10 at Mililani Downtown Mortuary, Service 10:30 a.m. Burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual/Aloha attie. Flowers welcome.

FAUSTO G. ADVIENTO

Posted On February 5th, 2015 -

$nameFAUSTO G. ADVIENTO July 16, 1931-February 5, 1990 -Always in our hearts- With love, Grace, Dwayne, Nelson, & ohana

FRANCES DUNN HAYGOOD

Posted On February 4th, 2015 -

FRANCES DUNN HAYGOOD February 24, 2015 Frances “Frankie” Dunn Haygood, 88, of Kaneohe, a retired realtor has died. Frankie was born, October 4, 1926 in Delaware to J Frank Dunn and Mary Mahaffey Dunn. Along with her “pioneer” parents and elder sister they relocated to the Territory of Hawaii in 1929. Frankie graduated from Sacred Hearts Academy in 1944. After the War, she moved to the East Coast and was employed by the Canadian Ambassador, in Washington, DC, as his personal secretary for two years. Frankie enjoyed her time working in Washington and especially loved the opportunity to get to know her extended family in Delaware. Frankie was a true Island girl and followed her heart home to Honolulu where in 1949 she married Paul F. Haygood and worked as Executive Secretary for the CEO of Queens Hospital. Frankie was instrumental in helping to start several real estate offices in Honolulu including, Vi Dolman, Jake Urner and Ann Jeffries. She is survived by her sons Paul Gerard Haygood of Kaneohe; James Dunn Haygood (Jackie Murphy) of Branson Missouri; daughter Mary Haygood Topic (Robert Topic) of Kaneohe; brothers Joseph Patrick Dunn (Dolores Davey Dunn); Brother James Mary Dunn S.S.C.C., eleven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Paul Fitzgerald Haygood and sister Jane Dunn Lowe. Visitation 10:30am Friday, January 6, 2015 at Star of the Sea Catholic Church, Services 11am. Burial will follow at Diamond Head Memorial Park at 12:45.

TEOFILO “PELONG” TABERNA SERVITO

Posted On February 4th, 2015 -

TEOFILO PELONG TABERNA SERVITO Age 92, of Kapolei, HI, passed away January 4, 2015 in Kapolei. Born August 6, 1922 in Pangasinan, Philippines. He is survived by sons, Cesar (Remy) Servito, Arthur (Leticia) Servito, Lito Orland (Jean) Servito, Romeo (Julie) Servito, Lolito (Virginia) Servito, Leonard (Maria) Servito, Rodolfo (Violeta) Servito, Melchor (Marinel) Servito; daughter, Evangeline (Eddie) Pagaduan; brother, Frederico Servito; sisters, Agripina Tabadero, Esperanza Lopez; 35 grand- children; 9 great-grandchildren. Visitation 10:00 a.m. Monday (Feb 9) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; mass 11:00 a.m. Burial to follow 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire.

ELIZABETH OLGA LOPES

Posted On February 4th, 2015 -

$nameELIZABETH OLGA LOPES Elizabeth Olga Lopes 81 of Bremerton, WA, Formally of Kailua Oahu, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on Friday, January 30, 2015. She is survived by her children Marv Ornellas (Fred Deven) of Bremerton, Olga (Charles Sr.) Vincent of Kailua, Oahu, Mavis Hamrick of Silverdale, Teri (Brian) Bray of Silverdale, 9 grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren. She is also survived by Freddy Paiva, 2 sisters, and a host of family and friends. She is preceded in death by her husband Thomas, and two sons-in-law Richard Ornellas and Shirle Hamrick. Services will be held in Washington. Please sign online guest book at www.lewischapel.com

LINDEN “LJ” JORDAN RADONA QUINTAL

Posted On February 4th, 2015 -

$nameLINDEN LJ JORDAN RADONA QUINTAL Age 18, of Kapolei, HI, passed away January 10, 2015 in Kapolei. Born April 23, 1996 in Honolulu, HI. He was a 2014 graduate of Damien Memorial School and a student of the University of Hawaii-West Oahu. He is survived by parents, Sheldon Quintal & Analyn Radona Quintal; sister, Kaitlin Chanel Radona Quintal; grand- parents, Rosalie Lawas Quintal, Andres Rosete & Warlita Larforga Radona; many uncles, aunties and cousins. Visitation 6:00 p.m., Tuesday (Feb. 10) at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel. Wake service 6:30 p.m. Visitation also 9:30 a.m., Wednesday (Feb. 11) at St. Joseph Catholic Church (94-675 Farrington Hwy., Waipahu). Mass 11:00 a.m. Burial to follow 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Flowers welcome.

ROGER DUREG SALVADOR

Posted On February 4th, 2015 -

ROGER DUREG SALVADOR Age 51, of Honolulu, HI, passed away January 3, 2015 in Honolulu. Born September 15, 1963 in Honolulu, HI. He was a laborer for Hawaiian Dredging Construction Inc, and member of their bowling league. He is survived by wife, Gloria Bragado Salvador; son, Bryan Salvador; daughters, Jerika Salvador, Shannon Salvador; mother, Petra D. Salvador; brother, Victorio (Darilyn) Salvador, Jr.; sisters, Neldie (Juanito) Ramos, Velma Salvador; 2 grandchildren. Visitation 5:30 p.m., Monday (Feb. 9) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel. Wake service 6:30 p.m. Visitation also 9:00 a.m., Tuesday (Feb. 10) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel. Prayer service 10:00 a.m. Burial to follow 1:30 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park, Kaneohe.


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