Braddah K (aka Kiki) went to Kaimuki High School, then joined the U.S. Army, completing a tour in Vietnam. He always kept busy, he loved fishing, diving, making music with his 'ukulele, watching wrestling and going to rock concerts; he was a motorcycle enthusiast and video gamer. He was charismatic and friendly with a warm smile and giving personality to both friends and strangers alike. "Say no more..." (his way of saying "I got your back").
He is survived by his daughters Sedrika and Mokihana; his sisters Buckie and Eunice; his nieces, Kahi, Rose, Nina, 'Iwalani and Kekau; his nephews Joseph and James; his grandsons Kamalani, Bryan, Joshua, Kaleo, and Kainoa; his granddaughters Kama'aina and Lehua Kona; and 5 mo'opuna kuakahi.
The family will hold a private ceremony when they inter his ashes into the sea, he keiki o ke kai.
Arrangements Provided By:
Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary