REVEREND IDA JANE KELI'IOKALANI HANAPI CHUNO Na Lala Ke Ali'i O Hawai'i: Ahahui Ka'ahumanu Society Chapter 1 Hale O Na Ali'i O Hawai'i Aloha 'Oe Distinguished Achievements: Maiki Aiu Foundation 2003 Kahua O Mali'o Commendation ~ Recording Artist 2008 Memories of Old Hawaii Album ~ Benevolent Societies of Hawaii 2009 Kalani Ali'i Award in Music ~ Hawaiian Civic Club, Kuini Pi'olani 2009 A'apo Pono Commendation ~ Na Hoku Hanohano 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award in Music ~ Hawaiian Civic Club, WA. D.C. 2012 Perpetuation of the Hawaiian Language, Culture & Longevity of 90th Birthday ~ Honpa Hongwangi Mission of Hawaii 2014 Living Treasure Award as a Composer and the Perpetuation of the Native Hawaiian Language ~ Hawaiian Studies State of Hawaii REVEREND IDA JANE KELI'IOKALANI HANAPI CHUN June 19, 1922 to March 17, 2014 Beloved Mother, Gramma, Tutu, Sister, Aunty, Cousin and Friend to many. Survived by Sons, Raymond K. (Charlene) Chun; Riley L. (Marsha) Chun; Rodney K. (Donna) Chun. Daughters, Myrna M.K. Chun; Charlene P. (Edwin) Hayashi; Kaylene P. Rodrigues; Midgie K. (Michael) Taira. Sister, Katherine Leilani Hanapi. Brother, Michael S. (Hope) Akui; 26 Grandchildren; 60 Great Grandchildren; 14 Great-Great Grandchildren; Many nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary on Friday, May 2, 2014 from 5:30 pm to 9pm (Service at 6:30 pm) and again on Saturday, May 3, 2014 after 8am (Service at 9:00am). Burial will follow at 10:45am at Hawaiian memorial park cemetery. Aloha Attire.
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