Ronald William Lonoikaualii Barringer
Ronald William Lonoikaualii BarringerRonald William Lonoikaualii Barringer died on Dec 23, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is survived by his loving wife, Jacqueline U. Clouse Barringer and daughter, Gloria Alohiwailani Ishibashi (nee Duvauchelle) and son-in-law, Herbert Pua Ishibashi, Hilo, daughter, Debra (Debbie) Denise Manulani Zintgraff (nee Barringer) and son-in-law, Cliff Zintgraff, San Antonio, Texas; grandchildren from Gloria and Pua's 'Ohana include Alohiwailani Ishibashi Mesa, Kailani Ishibashi (preceded by death), Kauai Ishibashi, Kanoenani Castro, Kiana Bourne, Kahili Ishibashi, and 13 great-grandchildren; grandchildren from Debbie and Cliff's 'Ohana include Jessica Zintgraff-Garcia, Stacey Zintgraff and Matthew Zintgraff, and two great-grand- children; step-daughters include Ivy Jenkins Kanahele, Viki Ola Jenkins, Tiare Jenkins Fujitani, step-sons include G. Stanley Jenkins III (preceded by death), Quintin Jenkins, Whitney Jenkins; 19 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; brother William Henry Barringer, sister Friedericke Kaiwalani Barringer (preceded by death). Ron was born and raised in Kaneohe. Hawaii and graduated from Kamehameha School for Boys in 1952 and Chaminade College in 1972. He was a Retired Lieutenant Colonel from the U.S. Army after a 26-year distinguished career. He received numerous medals including six for his bravery during two tours in Vietnam. He worked another 20 years in civilian life for Southwest Research Institute, Lockheed and Airport Group International. He was a long-time member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kaneohe, Hawaii. In his younger days, he enjoyed scuba diving, snorkeling, snow skiing and traveling. He had a love for nature and all its creatures. He also enjoyed landscaping and working in his yard. When asked what advice he would give to his family and friends, he said "My advice is the value of patience. If at first you don't succeed, try, try again." Visitation: 9:00am; Services: 10:00am on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at the LDS Waikalua Chapel, Kaneohe. Burial: 1:00pm at the Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements Provided By: Woolsey Mortuary Services, LLC

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