Frank Douglas Godfrey
Frank Douglas Godfrey passed peacefully at his home in Huntington Beach, California, surrounded by his family on June 17, 2020. Frank was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on June 16, 1959 and was raised in Kaka'ako, playing in the streets with his brother Guy, and in Punalu'u. Frank graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1977 and later became a track coach. In 1987, he moved to Long Beach, California with his young family. He was an avid collector of Volkswagen matchbox cars and often spent his free time fixing cars and showing them off at car shows. One of his pride and joys was his epic 1960 Chrysler New Yorker 2-door convertible which he inherited from his Dad and then passed on to his son Collin.
Years later he wed again to Donna in June 1997. The couple played on softball teams together for 17 years. Frank later found a new passion with BMX racing for 18 years, travelling across the US to national competitions. His only 2020 goal was to race in the BMX National Championship and win first place in his 60-year age class. He was always a winner and has a room full of trophies for softball and BMX wins to show for it.
Frank proudly spent his career as an equipment transporter, driving those lowboy trailers from city to city. He was loved and respected by his co-workers and friends in all that he did.
He is survived by his wife Donna Godfrey; his three children, Maile Godfrey Jeppesen, Colin Godfrey and Michael Stafford; his three granddaughters, Keira Leilani, Aria Ailani, and Olivia Okelani; siblings: Haroldine (Douglas Dooley) Godfrey, Lorene Godfrey and Guy Godfrey.

The family will be having a scattering of Frank's ashes
in Punalu'u at a later date. Contact the family for information.
Rest in Peace, our brother.

Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased