GEORGE GOEAS STONE, JR.GEORGE GOEAS STONE, JR. George Goeas Stone, Jr. 75, of Pearl City Hawaii, passed away at Pali Momi, September 28, 2014. After a brave battle of pancreas cancer. Military Branch SP4 US Army. He attended Sacred Hearts Seminary in Hau'ula and then attended Sacred Hearts Novitiate, in Fairheaven Massachusetts, he became a member of the Sacred Hearts Fathers, on September 14,1959 and began his theological studies at Queen Of Peace Mission Seminary, Jeffrey Center, New Hampshire. He returned to his home in Hawaii and became a music director and organist at Blessed Sacrament Church for 30 yrs. Also a member in his parish of Our Lady Of Good Counsel in Pearl City. And owner and operated a business in retailing Hawaiian Articles and attended various State Fair and Bazaars through out the United States. Through his traveling he met so many people of all walks of life. He was a person with so much wisdom and life and full of knowledge, always willing to share and teach many people who always gave him the time of day. He raised (5) children from a very young age, he was a person with a big heart and always thinking of others. We are so thankfull and blessed for all that he has sacrificed for all of us and for having him in our live. He will always be in our hearts and memories. Survivors-Brother Vernon Stone, Sisters Aileen De Santos, Raenette Ing, Donna Burdine, Nieces & Nephews he raised, Benjamin Pulawa III, George Pulawa, Walter Pulawa (deceased), Frances Ann Stone-Cabael, Donna Rae Pulawa, and many nieces and nephew who were close to him. Memorial Service-Borthwick Mortuary, Mauka Chapel, Friday, October 10, 2014 Family Viewing-10:00 a.m. Prayer Services-11:00 a.m., Burial to follow-2:00 p.m. at Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetary at Mt. Calvary Circle. For more information, call 457-6600. Aloha attire and flowers welcome. He will be missed by many family and friends. Our thanks are extended to the staff at Pali Momi and to the doctors and nurses at the VA.
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