Rita Lehua Fuller
Lehua passed away peacefully at her home in Waimanalo on December 13, 2020, at the age of 89. She was born in Honolulu on July 30, 1931.
Lehua retired from the Department of Education, State of Hawaii, as a reading teacher. She was active in her parish, St. George Church, volunteering as lector, religious education teacher, and most notably as sacristan for several pastors. She is a member of Hale O Na Ali'i and Waimanalo Seniors. She and husband, Stanley, enjoyed traveling before he passed in 1994. She continued to travel visiting Portugal, France, Spain, and Italy; Bali, Alaska, Branson, MO; Seattle, WA; South Bend, IN; Atlanta, GA; and Las Vegas, NV; taking the ferry to Maui, and flying to the neighbor islands for family functions and the Merry Monarch festival.
Preceded in death by her loving husband Stanley Fuller, Sr., sons Stanley Jr. and Leslie, and brother Gilbert Brown. Survived by sons: Kimo (Toni), Steven (Bernie), Kalani (Paul) of Las Vegas; daughters: Carlotta (Kenneth) Kidder, Annette (Ray) Knell, Paulette (John) Eli, Stanette (Raphael) Vares, Emma Mapuana, Georgette (David) Adachi and Donna May (Alma); 36 grandchildren; 73 great grandchildren; 20 great great grandchildren; brother George Brown of Los Angeles; cousins, nieces and nephews.
Mahalo to Island Health Services, especially Sierra and Ouafaa, for providing exceptional care, kindness and comfort, for our mother.

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