After being honorably discharged from the army, he spent the rest of his working years as a machinist at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. His gentle kindness and generosity toward others, along with a deep spirituality was rooted in his love of his family and his fervent beliefs in the teachings of Shinnyo-En Buddhism.
He is survived by his spouse of 72 years, Sumiko Oshiro; son Vernon Oshiro; daughter Deborah Dwyer-Oshiro; 5 grandchildren; and sister Eileen Ono. He was predeceased by son Brian Oshiro.
The funeral will be private. However, anyone interested in attending the funeral service should contact Debbie Dwyer-Oshiro no later than December 31, 2021 at (425) 979-0909.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased