George Wing Tat Loo
87, of Honolulu, a Korean War veteran, a retired Army reserves Colonel, a former Hawaii State deputy attorney general, a former member of the State of Hawaii House of Representatives and an attorney died peacefully on December 12, 2018 at his private care home in Waipahu. He served as a delegate to the 1968 Hawaii State Constitutional Convention and practiced law in Michigan, Washington, D.C. and Hawaii. He was also a director for Foremost Finance Co. Born in Honolulu on December 28, 1930, he graduated from Iolani School (class of '48), from the University of Hawaii (class of '52) with a degree in civil engineering and from the University of Michigan (class of '57) after serving in the army during the Korean War. He established the Ngo Wong Loo and Man Kwong Loo endowment scholarship at Honolulu Community College and the George Loo endowment scholarship for engineering students at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He became a UH founder's club member for his lifetime of major contributions to the UH Foundation which manages both of the endowment scholarship funds which he established. He was predeceased by his parents, Ngo Wong Loo and Man Kwong Loo, his brothers Frank (Florence), Herbert (Gladys), Abraham and sister Janet. He is survived by brothers: William, Henry (Vivian) and Ralph (Emelia); sisters: Lily, Victoria, Shirley, Elsie (Lowell) Hu and nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorial checks may be made out to the UH Foundation with the notation as to which endowment scholarship to credit it to: the Ngo Wong Loo and Man Kwong Loo endowment scholarship or the George Loo endowment scholarship. Guests are requested to report to the administrative office outside the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Punchbowl gate at 10:00 a.m. to get a map for the location of the service which will be followed by military honors and inurnment. Aloha / casual attire. No flowers.
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