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March 2013 Honolulu Hawaii Obituaries
GERALDINE KAIULANI (OH) YOUNG Geraldine Kaiulani (Oh) Young, 78 of Kaneohe, Hawaii passed away peacefully with family on Monday, March 18, at St Francis Hospice Nu She is a 1953 graduate of Roosevelt High School, owner of Windward Holoholo Travel, member of Windward Church of Nazarene and Ka Society. She is survived by her loving husband, Nathan Young, sons Harvey P Pratt Jr and William (Kanna) Pratt, daughter Yvette K Young, stepsons Nathan D Young and Anthony (Mele) Young, 14 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, sisters Shirley (Wally)Lee, Winona (Llewelyn) Akiona and Jennifer (Sonny) Santana, numerous nephew and nieces. She was preceded in death by brother Howard Papiohuli and sister Joanna Young. Funeral services at Borthwick Mortuary, Mauka Chapel, Monday, April Wholesale NFL Jerseys 8. Visitation 930 1030, Services 1030 1130. Casual attire. Flowers welcomed. Burial 1pm at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe, HI.
MARIA ESTER MARCOS Age 67, of Honolulu, HI, passed away March 5, 2013 in Honolulu. Born July 9, 1945 in Brgy 54 A, Lagui, Laoag City, Philippines. She is survived by sons, Noel (Lani) Marcos, Joel (Liezle) Marcos, Jesie (Sharon) Santos; daughters, Marlene (Nestor) Medina, Melma Manapat; Fe Marcos; brother, Rosario Santos; sisters, Nenita (Enrique) Semana, Myrna Raquinio, Julie (Allen) Fagaragan; 12 grand children; 3 great grandchildren. Casual Attire. Flowers Welcome.
DOMINIC OSCAR CORNIEL Age 48, of Mililani, HI, passed away March 7, 2013 in Los Angeles, CA. Born September 4, 1964 in Honolulu, HI. My son Dominic went home to be with the Lord on March 7, 2013. He always put the Lord first in his life and also his family and friends. He was an avid surfer, loved football, basketball and skateboarding. A graduate of Mililani High School, Class of An Air Force veteran, carpenter, and member of the Hawaii Carpenters Union. He is survived by mother, Edna Ferreira Corniel; sister, Charmaine D. Corniel Kauth; brother, Robert Baptiste Corniel Jr.; nephews, Aaron (Tiffany) Kauth, Jared Kauth; many aunts, uncles cousins. Thursday (April 4) at St. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire. Flowers Welcome.
OCEANIA KAEHUOKEKAI KILA Oceania Kaehuokekai Kila of Ewa Beach passed away peacefully on March 21, 2013 at the age of 84. Oceania was born at sea on March 10, 1929 in travel from Kohala, Hawaii to Oahu, Hawaii. Oceania, together for 64 years with the love of her life, wrote a fabulous love story, with many an amazing chapter. When the last sentence, of the last chapter was ending, and that last i was dotted, she placed the period on the paper, gently put down her pen, and peacefully returned to our creator. She will forever be in our hearts. Oceania was preceded in death by her son Richard P. Kila Jr. She is survived by her husband Richard P. Kila Sr.; son Randolf (Cheryl) Kila; Daughters Rita (Cody) Mark, Roxanne (Richard) Savilla, Roberta (Thompson) Tom, Renee (Clayton) Cabebe, Regina Stella (James) Hart; 21 Grandchildren; 32 Great Grandchildren; and 7 Great Great Grandchildren. For more info call: 954 2133.
March 9, 2013 ROSE LEIALOHA WHALEY TAKEUCHI
82, of Honolulu Hawaii, a woman devoted to her family, died in Houston, Texas . She was raised Kapahulu girl, went to St. Augustine School, graduated from Sacred Hearts Academy (1950) and lived her adult life in Aliamanu. She married Shunichi Takeuchi in 1950; she had four children: Doreen Takeuchi, Lisa Takeuchi, Debra Takeuchi (Daniel) Goodwin, Patrick Takeuchi; and she had only one grandchild: Diandra Goodwin. She was born to Joseph K. Whaley and Leimomi Whaley ( Keaulana. She had countless cousins, nieces, nephews, family and friends. Urn burial. Hawaiian and/or casual attire. She loved to laugh, eat, rascal, gamble and dance to to kachi kachi music. We were truly blessed to have her in our lives.
HARRY MINORU KANESHIRO Age 76, of Honolulu, went peacefully to be with the Lord on March 21, 2013. Born in Kekaha, Kauai, retired Sr. Federal Probation Officer, and member of New Hope Christian Fellowship, Oahu. He is survived by wife, Lily (Uramoto); son, Kolin (Gemma); daughter, LiSa Teri (Rod) Chang; grandsons, Kolby and Zachary; brothers, Wallace and Charles (Sachiko); sisters Ethel Serikaku, Ellen (Danny) Hisao, and Carol Naipo. Sunday (April 7) at Nuuanu Memorial Park, East Chapel.
Dr. Albert Henry Halff passed on March 25, 2013, at his home on Kaua in Hawaii. He was 97 years young. He was born in Midland, Texas on August 20, 1915, to Henry Mayer Halff, a prominent West Texas rancher, and Rosa Wechsler Halff. He was the youngest of four children. His siblings were Hal, Ernestine, and Betty. He attended the San Marcos Academy and the New Mexico Military Institute as a young man. He moved to Mineral Wells and then Dallas with his parents, and attended the School of Engineering at Southern Methodist University. After his graduation in 1937, he earned a Master Degree at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago in 1940. There he met and married, after a six week courtship, Lee Catherine Benson. The couple moved to Kingsville, Texas, where Albert taught at Texas A College. Army Air Corps during World War II, primarily in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where he was in charge of a malaria control project. His first son, Henry, was born in 1942. in Civil Engineering. His son Bro was born in 1946. In 1950, Albert founded a consulting engineering firm, with partner Allen Hundley. Soon thereafter, Albert established on his own Albert H. Halff Associates. He led the firm until his semi retirement in 1986. He remained active in the firm as chairman emeritus until his death. His fellow engineers and he grew the firm from a one man company to the largest independent consulting engineering firm in Texas. Halff Associates, under Albert leadership, became a pioneer in environmental engineering, flood plain management and wastewater disposal. Albert was active Cheap NFL Jerseys in the American Society of Civil Engineers and Toastmasters. He was a great philanthropist, donating generously to universities, other schools, and many charitable organizations. He was an active member of the First Unitarian Church of Dallas, and, in his later years, the Community Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio. After his retirement, Albert moved to San Diego with his wife Lee. Before her passing, they shared sixty four years, in an inspiring bond of love and friendship. After Lee demise in 2004, Albert made his home in San Antonio and on Kaua spending time with his two sons and their families there. He travelled extensively, including trips to South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and around the world. As recently as the summer of 2012, he travelled in Europe. Albert became an accomplished artist in his later years, creating watercolors with brilliant colors and bold designs. He also swam competitively, and won three events in a swim meet in Hawaii on the weekend before he passed. Albert was a visionary, with a deep commitment to innovation in engineering and creative thought in all fields. He had an abiding faith in, and love of, people. He expressed that love in his work, his friendships with others, and his boundless commitment to help others in any way that he could. Albert had a wonderful sense of humor, and took great joy in learning about the lives of all whom he met. Albert leaves behind a legacy of love, service, and faith in the basic goodness of humankind. Albert is survived by his two sons, Henry and Bro; his daughter in law, Jean; and a grandson, Larry. Details of the service on Kaua will be published in The Garden Island in April.
MARY AGNES YAH CHOI SOONG Age 89, of Waipahu, HI, passed away February 26, 2013 in Ewa Beach, HI. Born June 23, 1923 in Honolulu, HI. She is survived by sons, Aaron (Patti) Soong, Nathan Soong, Theodore (Suzi) Soong, Patrick (Kathy) Soong, Frederick (Lisa) Soong; daughter, Mary Soong; brother, Dominic (Dorothy) Chang; sister, Gertrude Yee; 16 grand children; 10 great grand children; many hanai sons and daughters. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual/Aloha. Donations to the American Lung Association of Hawaii, 650 Iwilei Road Ste. 208, Honolulu, HI 96817.
SALLY SADAKO KUMABE Ager 82, of Honolulu, passed away March 10, 2013 at Manoa Cottage. Born February 2, 1931 in Hakalau, Hawaii. A member of Nuuanu Baptist Church and Kalihi Kokua Valley Senior Center. She is survived by son, Randall (Lorna) Kumabe; brothers, Yoshiaki Higa, Gengoro (Nobu) Higa of WA; sisters, Hatsue (Pastor Carl) Kinashita, Clara (Jesse) Kajiwara; 2 grand children. at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha Attire.
THOMAS J. TSUHA WILLY Age 84, of Aiea, HI, passed away March 8, 2013 in Aiea. Born October 22, 1928 in Waipahu, HI. A retired plumber. A member of the 642 Golf Club. He is survived by spouse, Sumae Tsuha; son, Tom H. Tsuha; daughter, Kelly M. (Guy) Shiroma; sister, Tomoe Fukushima; 1 grandson. Thursday (April 4) at Mililani Downtown Mortuary (20 S. at National Cemetery of The Pacific at Punchbowl. Casual Attire.
Maile Jean Repetti Rogers passed away on February 26, 2013, surrounded by family and friends. She was born in Honolulu on November 25, 1946. Maile was raised internationally living in Kandahar, Afghanistan and Karaj, Iran. She was home schooled by her mother until her freshman year. Then she attended boarding school in Switzerland. She completed her high school education at the Singapore American School, where she graduated as President of the Senior Class. She returned Wholesale Jerseys to Honolulu graduating from the University of Hawaii. She lived and worked on Oahu, traveling extensively with her husband, enjoying a wide range of good friends around the world. Survived by her beloved husband John Rogers, mother Angie Repetti, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends. Memorial Service to be held on April 6, 2013 at St. Francis Convent Chapel at 2715 Pamoa Road, Honolulu. Visitation 10 am 11 am, Mass at 11 am. Aloha Attire
of Honolulu, Hawaii, passed away peacefully at her home in Nu on March 20, 2013. Born in Hilo on October 6, 1920 to Dr. Lang Kit and Anastasia Lang. Graduate of Hilo High School. Survived by her children, Benedict, Ivan (Frances), Gregory (Nancy), Timothy (Marty), Anne (Daniel, Jr) Akaka, Valerie, James (Lynda), Randal (Julia), Nicola Giardina, and Alexander (Natalie); 23 grandchildren 9 great grandchildren. Val truly embraced the spirit of aloha as loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend, who loved to travel the world. Like her father, she practiced and shared her knowledge of medicinal herbs. An active member of St. Joseph St. Stephen Blessed Sacrament Catholic Churches, she had a deep spiritual faith with great devotion to all saints, especially Fr. Damien St. Marianne Cope. Monday, April 8, 2013 10:00 am Latin Mass (Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church). Burial at 11:30 am National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Aloha attire.
REBECCA BECKY BEE KAMOKU IMILOA MIKALEMI SEGOVIA TAITAGUE
Age 91, of Aiea, HI, passed away February 22, 2013 in Honolulu. Born November 23, 1921 in Aiea, HI. Retired from the Navy Exchange in 1989 after 20+ years of service. She went with a smile on her face knowing she accomplished all that she had come to earth to do. She was a graduate of Farrington High School class of 1940. As the last of her generation from a time so long ago she shared stories of growing up In her beloved from the teachings of La Lapa by her Tutu wahine to reminiscing life after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. In her youth she played Volleyball, Tennis, and was an ace pitcher in Mountain Ball leagues. A fantastic fast paced jitter bug dancer in her time she never lost the joy to dance as she aged. A spunky happy Wholesale Jerseys spirit she was so proud to be 91 years old and the matriarch of 5 generation. A ready smile; always happy to meet you, one can help but to embrace her love pride of all she lived, of all she shared, with a smile on her face. A life well lived; A Iife purpose fulfilled. She is survived by daughters, Dan (Rodney) Saloricman, Patricia Suniga, Melissa Hartshorn, Rebecca S. (James) Taitague, Jr.; sister, Martha Abella; 19 grandchildren; 42 great grandchildren; 10 great great grandchildren. Friday (April 5) at St. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual Attire.
Geraldine Kaiulani (Oh) Young, 78 of Kaneohe, Hawaii passed away peacefully with family on Monday, March 18, at St Francis Hospice Nu She is a 1953 graduate of Roosevelt High School, owner of Windward Holoholo Travel, member of Windward Church of Nazarene and Ka Society. She is survived by her loving husband, Nathan Young, sons Harvey P Pratt Jr and William (Kanna) Pratt, daughter Yvette K Young, stepsons Nathan D Young and Anthony (Mele) Young, 14 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, sisters Shirley (Wally)Lee, Winona (Llewelyn) Akiona and Jennifer (Sonny) Santana, numerous nephew and nieces. She was preceded in death by brother Howard Papiohuli and sister Joanna Young. Funeral services at Borthwick Mortuary, Mauka Chapel, Monday, April 8. Visitation 930 1030, Services 1030 1130. Casual attire. Flowers welcomed. Burial 1pm at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe, HI.
George Bruno Mulleitner Jr., 66, of Aiea, a retired Honolulu Advertiser employee, died in Honolulu. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Patricia Ann; sons Shane B. and Corey I.; daughters Brualani L., Tracey A. and Shannon A. Mulleitner, and Shelly S. Juan; brothers Wayne and Leroy J.; sister Marsh N.; 20 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. Tuesday at Mililani Downtown Mortuary. at Hawaiian Memorial Park. No flowers. Incorrect information in an obituary published Friday.
Saturnino F. Mendoza, 60, of Ewa Beach died in Ewa Beach. He was born in Badoc, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. He is survived by wife Wilhelmina A. daughter Fretzie J.; brothers Rogelio Angel, Nestor and Venancio; and four grandchildren. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Waipio, makai chapel. Monday. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Flowers welcome. Updated service information for an obituary published Thursday.