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AMY H. KAWAMOTO 58, of Honolulu, passed away peacefully on June 13, 2017 at Queens Medical Center, surrounded by her family. She was born and raised in Okinawa, Japan and graduated from Kubasaki High School (Class of 1976). She later received her Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from the University of Hawaii - Manoa. She had a successful career in the hotel/tour industry in Maui working in human resources and dining reservation at the Maui Intercontinental Hotel and later as a concierge at the Grand Wailea Resort and Concierge Connection. She also worked at the Five Palms Restaurant in sales and event planning. She is pre-deceased by parents, Harry and Yoshiko Kawamoto and survived by brother Floyd (Dayni) Kawamoto and sister Debbie Kawamoto and nieces Alyssa Butler and Eryn Kawamoto. Memorial service will be held on Thursday July 6 at Nuuanu Memorial Park & Mortuary. 5:30 pm Visitation and 6:30 pm Service. Casual attire. No flowers. Arrangements Provided By: NUUANU MEMORIAL PARK & MORTUARY LLC
 
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ROSE CHANG CHUN SWEGLER 95, of Kaneohe, Hawaii, peacefully passed away at home before the sun rose on June 13, 2017. She was born in Honolulu, October 17, 1921 to Ahee Quan Yit Chun(decd.) and Rose Lim Sum Chang(decd.). Rose attended Sacred Hearts Academy and graduated from McKinley High School and Honolulu Business School. Rose joined fellow Hawaiians during the reconstruction of Guam after WWII, residing on Guam for 35 years before returning to Hawaii. Her many gifts include: raising fresh farm eggs; breeding AKA Doberman Pincers; businesswoman; fine jewelry connoisseur; excellent cook; singing and dancing hula; devoted wife; and affectionate, loving mother of eight children - seventeen grandchildren, and eighteen great-grandchildren. Her life-long perspective was to learn something new each day. Rose was predeceased by her children; Haulani, Morton, Marshall, Morris Leal, Mark Swegler and Jon Chun. She is survived by her daughters; Delle "Dee" Swegler (Mark) Nadler, Moana Swegler (Alvin); and her brother Rev. Canon Franklin S.H. Chun (Norma). Celebration of Life Service is at 1:00 p.m., July 1 at Calvary Episcopal Church, 45-435 Aumoku Street, Kaneohe, HI., 96744. The family may be contacted at: dsnadler2014@gmail.com
 
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QUINN KEKUHINAKIPI RECKTENWALD April 23 - June 20, 2017 Our beloved baby Quinn went home on June 20, 2017. During her two months on this earth, she was a perfect angel: beautiful, sweet, gentle and inquisitive. She brought joy to everyone who was blessed to have met her, and we will carry our love for her in our hearts forever. Quinn is survived by her mother and father, Jessica McDonald and Andrew Recktenwald, of Kaneohe, brothers Chase and Owen; grandparents David and Kim McDonald, uncle Justin McDonald; grandparents Mark and Gailynn Recktenwald, auntie Sarah Recktenwald, uncle Trevor Williamson, and granduncle Joseph Mahoe, who shared his middle name, Kekuhinakipi, with her. We will celebrate Quinn's life on Friday, June 30, at the Kokokahi YWCA, 45-035 Kaneohe Bay Dr., Kaneohe. Visitation will be at 5 pm, with a service at 6 pm. Casual attire. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to YWCA Oahu.
 
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WAYNE C.D. KIM 74, of Mililani HI, passed away peacefully at home on May 8, 2017. Born on July 4, 1942 in Honolulu to the late Joseph H. and Mary Yue Kim. Graduate of Farrington HS and Univ. of Hawaii, Manoa. Member of Leeward Comm. Church. Retired from Nittaku Enter. (Spencecliff Corp.). Survived by wife Gail Takenaka Kim, son Lorrin, sisters Daphne (Dean) Suzuki, Glenda (Herbert) Cheong, Mari-jo (Rodney) Suzuki, 3 nephews, 3 nieces and a grandniece. Celebration of Life at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary (Mauka Chapel); Weds. July 5, 11:00 am; visitation 10:00. Aloha attire. No flowers.
 
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STARSKY TAUTAVA STARSKY "KAKI" TAUTAVA REST IN LOVE OUR BABY BORN ON SEPT. 21, 1985. DIED IN LAS VEGAS, NEVADA ON JUNE 09, 2017. HE WAS A CARING AND LOVING SON, BROTHER, UNCLE AND FRIEND. SURVIVED BY HIS PARENTS BERNADETTE FUAPAPA (TAUTAVA SR. DECEASED) BROTHERS: CALVIN TATUPU (SARAH) TAUTAVA FUAPAPA JR (THERESA) STARSKY FUAPAPA (DECEASED) SISTERS: NEWLYNN AFELE (FAALILI) BRENDA TOVI (PAEA). SERVICE: VISITATION 5:00p; SERVICE 7:00p @ BALLARD FAMILY MOANALUA ON JUNE 30, 2017. CREMATION TO FOLLOW. Arrangements Provided By: Ballard Family Moanalua Mortuary
 
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FAY HERMINE CICELY SCHULMEISTER Fay Hermine Cicely Schulmeister of Kailua passed peacefully at home on May 26, 2017 four months into her 104th year. Born on January 6, 1913 in Kingston Jamaica as Fay Crosswell, she was educated in the British style school system and worked in a bank while pursuing her avocation of singing and acting in amateur theatre productions. After the Second World War, she combined a cash prize won in an amateur singing competition with gifts from friends and family to enroll at Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore in the same residence as Josephine Schulmeister of Hawaii, who was studying piano under a scholarship from the nuns of the Sacred Heart Convent. She soon fell in love with Josephine's brother, John ("Johnny"), who was working in a post-war apprenticeship program in a nearby piano factory. Fay married Johnny in 1948 and moved to Honolulu. Johnny tuned and rebuilt pianos, initially for Thayer Piano Company, and Fay taught piano from home while raising daughters Ann and Mary and sons John and David. Much of Fay's life focused on caring for daughter Mary who was blind and autistic but also a musical "savant" who performed brilliantly on piano and harp. Fay also traveled in her later years and avidly read and listened to music. She enjoyed vivaciously regaling book club members at "teas" she hosted, commenting on the readings as well as topics of the day, and of days gone by, in her charmingly musical Jamaican accent. She left behind poetically crafted essays describing her early upbringing and interesting tidbits of her unusual family history centered in Jamaica, Haiti and New Orleans. Fay was predeceased by son Philip in 1950 (Mary's twin), son John in 1976, husband Johnny in 1982, and daughter Mary in 2014. She is survived by daughter Ann Owens (Martin), son David Schulmeister (Lea Crandall), five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Services will be July 5 at St. Anthony's Church in Kailua. Visitation at 9:30; Mass at 10:30; burial at Punchbowl at 1:00.
 
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CHARLOTTE YEMIKO MULLET GURO 82, of Kaneohe, took her last breath on earth and her first breath in heaven on May 20, 2017. Born August 25, 1934 in Koolaupoko, she was a retired hairdresser and cosmetologist. Preceded in death by husband, Robert (Bobby), she is survived by son, Robb; daughters, Blossom Tober, April Griebenow, Stacie Ichinose and Candace Kwan; 9 grandchildren, 6 great- grandchildren; sisters Janet Nishizawa, Momoye Yamashiro and Irene Kosaka. Celebration of Life Saturday, July 1 at Borthwick Mortuary, Maunakea Chapel. Visitation 9:30am, service 10:30am. Burial: Monday, July 3, 10 am at Hawaiian Memorial Park, Koolau Circle. Casual attire.
 
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WALTER SHOICHI KUBOTA 84, passed June 4, 2017 at his Palolo home with family. Survived by wife of 60 years, Ellen Kubota, daughters, Stacey Takanishi & Adele Horikawa, 4 Grandchildren, & sister, Evelyn Tamanaha. A skilled auto mechanic, successful 17-year owner of Walt's Texaco Kapahulu, supervisor UH Transportation Services. Passions: Golfing with friends, sharing his Manoa lettuce, radish & lychee, his Family, & Grandchildren. We miss him dearly and hold loving memories. Service on July 1. Visit at 10am; Service 11. Casual; no flowers. Arrangements Provided By: NUUANU MEMORIAL PARK & MORTUARY LLC
 
 
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