JAMES MARSHALL WOOLAWAY (KIM)
JAMES MARSHALL WOOLAWAY (KIM) Passed away in his Bend, Oregon home on May 7th, 2015. His sons, James, Michael, Scott and granddaughter, Elle survive him. He was preceded in death by his mother, Alice Graydon Woolaway, father, James Thomson Woolaway, and brother, Graydon Marshall Woolaway. Kim was born at Queens Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii April 15th, 1933 and lived most of his life in the Honolulu area. He attended school at Punahou in Honolulu and later at Cal Poly Tech in San Luis Obispo, California. He served in the Navy as a Submariner on the USS Tang SS-563 from her base in Pearl Harbor and later as a radioman stationed in Japan. Kim was an active member of the Outrigger Canoe Club and loved fishing and sailing. He was also a private pilot who liked to fly his glider on the north coast of Oahu. While he had interests in science, he worked as a commercial realtor until his retirement. After retiring, Kim moved to the mainland where he lived in Pinetop, Arizona and Bend, Oregon. His science interests played out in his hobbies of amateur radio and astronomy. Kim loved to "Soup-up" anything that moved including automobiles, motorcycles, speedboats, model airplanes, and slot cars. He was also an avid outdoorsman where he enjoyed hunting, camping, motorcycle riding, and snowmobiling. Kim will be missed by his friends and family. Services will be held at a later to be announced date at the Oahu Cemetery located in Honolulu, Hawaii. Donations may be made in his name to Partners in Care Hospice in Bend, Oregon or to the American Cancer Society.
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