WILFORD RANDOLPH AHUE
Wilford Randolph Ahue 84, a retired Detective from the City and County of Honolulu Police Department, died on October 25, 2016 at his home in Waimanalo surrounded by family and friends. Wilford attended Kamehameha School for boys, where he eventually met his wife to be, Fay Kaonohiokala Whittle. While at Kamehameha "Wil" or Willy as he was called played numerous sports to include football, tennis, baseball and ping pong where he held #1 positions. Upon graduation in 1950, he married his high school sweetheart, Fay Kaonohiokala Whittle on July 29, 1950 on the grounds of the Kawaihao Church. On February 11, 1955, Keith Whittle Ahue was born which would be the first born of their three sons, Cliff Needham Palikumaikalewalani Ahue born January 1, 1955 and Kent Miller Kaonohiokala Ahue born May 23, 1965. Wil worked for Bishop Estate as a rod man and security on the island of Kwajalein Atoll. In 1954, he joined The Honolulu Police Department and soon after became one of the members of an elite group of policemen called "The Metro-Squad". Mehau, Kanekoa, Upresa, Fujita, Andrade, Ragsdale, Richards and Ahue made up the "Metro Squad" at that time. He remained on the "Metro Squad" until such time the squad was disbanded and he was promoted to detective. He worked for CID until he retired in 1981. Wilford also belonged to numerous clubs. He joined The Elks Lodge 616 in 1972 and later became a life time member in 1980. He also belonged to the Shriners "Provose Guard" and also the "Odd Fellows" Harmony lodge. These clubs were all dedicated to serving the community. He also volunteered as door man at the "River of Life" homeless shelter. Wilford was born in Honolulu and is survived by his son, Kent (Randy), daughter-in-law Linda Ahue; and his brother Joseph Ahue (Rosalind) and his family. The services will be held at Hawaiian Memorial Park, December 1, 2016 (Thursday). Visitation at 10:30 a.m. Services at 11:30 a.m. Lunch and burial to follow. Casual, Aloha attire.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased