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IN MEMORY
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IN MEMORY OF OUR CLASSMATES: 

CLASSMATES ARE GONE BUT WE WILL NOT FORGET THEM...Tommy Aalona, Byron Adair, Paul Coburn, Moses Faualo, Jamsie Haiola, Carla Heinicke, Davi-Ann Kaanaana, Ezekiel Kamai, Henry Kanda, May Kapu, Fred Kaya, Siliva Lealao, Alfred Maghanoy, Dan Murata, Gailyn Nihipali, Jon Nihipali, Charles Ramos, Daniel Sakamoto, Miriam Scott, Linda Suratt, Marquis Morgan.

RECENT PASSINGS:

MARQUIS MORGAN SR., 60, of Kahuku, a retired Oahu Transit Services bus driver, died EASTER SUNDAY 2013 in Kailua. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by sons Marquis Jr., Keola, Kaluna and Kealoha; brothers Derek, Steven, Donald Jr., Michael, Glen and Curtis Armacost; 11 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Private services. Online condolences: hawaiianmemorialparkmortuary.com.
MIRIAM AITOGI SCOTT PETERS was born June 4, 1951, to Frank Muliagatele Scott and Mariana Sal've'a Scott. Mili is the mother of Teri Aitogi Peters, Elder Riki Eremasi Peters (deceased), Lolini Selina Hamilton, Luapo Iuli Peters, Alberta Thomasine Loosle, Claude Kingdon Peters and Rina Lasi Toketa. Mili is also survived by her siblings, Sinauli Masalosalo, Alasi Perese, Frank Scott, Berlin Myers, Dixie Scott, Charles Scott, Priscilla Poyer Carvalho, Moevanu Buttel, Sose Kaiwi, Lasi Deegan, Parkinson Scott, Lolini Teas and Leilua Scott (deceased). Our mother passed away Monday night, Jan. 14, 2008. Her last weekend was spent with all of her children and grandchildren; a weekend that shall be cherished and remembered forever. Funeral services held in Utah.

HENRY MITSUO KANDA
, 51, of Hauula, a
retired Oahu Transit Service heavy equipment mechanic, died at home on Christmas Day 2003. He is survived by wife Linda T.; son Radley; brother Harry; sisters Thelma and Doris Kanda and Barbara Leu; and one grandson. His ashes were scattered at sea in Haleiwa.

MOSES TUIVA FAUALO, 54, of Honolulu, died Aug. 17, 2005. Born in Vailima, Samoa. A taxi driver. Survived by wife, Lafo; daughters, Nauvoo and Ayanna Faualo, and Lori Grey; sons, Moses and Gabriel; sisters, Sivao Tachibana, Fenita Seiler, Faavae Faasavalu and Ova Uli; brothers, Meatuli, Manase, Tafiaina, Fuavaa, Teu, Tuafuti, Peitei and Pita; a granddaughter. Services held.

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(ABOVE PHOTO): THESE ARE SOME OF OUR CLASSMATES WHO ATTENDED HENRY KANDA'S FUNERAL SERVICES AT HALEIWA HARBOR. (TOP PICTURE): CLASSMATE GLENN LIBORIO SINGS FOR HIS GOOD FRIEND HENRY.
 


If you know of a classmate who passed away please let Nell know.

(PHOTO TO THE RIGHT): 12/2004 - FUNERAL PROGRAM OF EZEKIEL KAMAI...SERVICES & BURIAL HELD IN UTAH.

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