Honolulu Obituaries

Honolulu Obituaries

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  • Monday | via KITV-TV 

    Fallen heroes remembered at Punchbowl

    On the hallowed grounds above Honolulu ... a salute highlighted the day... marking what we should remember EVERY DAY. KITV4's Lara Yamada continues our team coverage NATS: Posting of the colors NATS MUSIC: Who's proud stripes and bright stars... Salutes, songs, solemn faces... The crowds flowed like the colors of the flags.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via West Hawaii Today 

    7 decades on, Pearl Harbor kin seek new ID tests and...

    Dawn Silsbee and her siblings never knew their Uncle Bert - he died years before they were born. But they saw what his loss did to their family.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via Hawaii Tribune-Herald 

    Obituaries for May 23

    Robert Lawrence Cookman, 62, of Waimea died May 11 at North Hawaii Community Hospital.

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  • Wednesday May 20 | via Hawaii Tribune-Herald 

    Obituaries for May 20

    John Michael Angelo Cole "Mac" Caneda, Sr., 51, of Hilo died May 12 at Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center in Honolulu.

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  • Sunday May 17 | via Dayton Daily News 

    JACKSON Jr., Robert Clay

    News Death Notice JACKSON, Jr., Mr. Robert Clay Age 78 of Dayton, went home to be with his Heavenly Father on Tuesday, May 12, 2015. A native of Paris, Ky and a resident of Dayton for over 40 years.

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  • Thursday May 14 | via Hawaii Tribune-Herald 

    Obituaries for May 14

    Hayako "Helen" Matsui, 97, of Waipahu, Oahu, and formerly of Hilo, died April 30 in Waipahu.

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  • Tuesday May 12 | via The Honolulu Advertiser 

    'They gave their all to make sure we are safe'

    The rituals, prayers and speeches vary little if at all from year to year, but they never fail to stir the emotions of a woman who has spent nearly a half-century living with both the gilded memories of who her father was and the cold understanding of the brutal way in which he died. ~~ As she does every year, Kay Lindemann Allen attended the Honolulu Police Department's Remembrance walk and memorial ceremony Monday evening to honor the memory of her father and to show solidarity with the family members of other officers who have died in the line of duty.

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  • Tuesday May 12 | via The Honolulu Advertiser 

    Police release man arrested in death of brother

    Sean Kamaiopili, who had been arrested in connection with the death of his brother after an alleged gloves-on boxing match in Waimanalo over the weekend, has been released pending investigation. Police did not say when Kamaiopili was released, but Nick Kamaiopili, who is Kamaiopili's nephew and the victim's son, said his uncle was released Tuesday morning.

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  • Monday May 11 | via The Honolulu Advertiser 

    Streets to close near Capitol for Police Week proces...

    An officer stood at attention on May 12, 2014 by the memorial to fallen officers at the state Capitol during the 2014 Police Week memorial service walk and vigil honoring those officers who have died in the line of duty. Police officers, the families of fallen officers, and law enforcement officials will walk Monday evening from the Honolulu Police Department's headquarters on Beretania Street to the State Capitol, where a memorial service for fallen officers will be held.

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  • Thursday May 7 | via Kent Reporter 

    Remembering mom on this special weekend

    Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, on May 22. 1929, she grew up in Oroville, Wash., one of four children of an apple orchard owner and his wife. She died at home in Auburn of cancer on May 21, 2006.

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  • Tuesday May 5 | via The Tribune 

    Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider

    This Aug. 12, 2008, file photo, shows an aerial view of Kalaupapa Peninsula on Molokai, Hawaii. A handful of people with leprosy are still living full time on the isolated peninsula, but the National Park Service is already making plans to overhaul buildings and allow more visitors to the area when the last of the patients dies.

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  • Tuesday May 5 | via NBC29 

    Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider

    A handful of people with leprosy are still living full time on the isolated peninsula, but the National Park Service ... HONOLULU - A remote peninsula that has been the home of leprosy patients since the 19th century could be opened more fully to the public as the last remaining residents near the end of their lives. Now called Kalaupapa National Historical Park, the site is now only open to 100 adults per day.

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  • Tuesday May 5 | via Salem News 

    Mary Rose Eakin

    Mary Rose Eakin, 94, of Salem, passed away peacefully with her family by her side at 12:40 p.m. Saturday, May 2, 2015, at her home. She was a graduate of Salem High School and before her retirement, had been employed as a hostess and waitress for 40 years at DeRienzo's Family Restaurant.

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  • Saturday May 2 | via Hawaii Tribune-Herald 

    Obituaries for May 2

    June Sakiko Beatty, 95, of Waimea, formerly of Honolulu, died April 26 at home. She was born in Paauilo.

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  • Friday May 1 | via The Honolulu Advertiser 

    Oldest captive alligator dies at the Honolulu Zoo

    Goliath was at least 20 years old when he came to the Honolulu Zoo in 1953 at a length of 10 feet. When he died, global zoo records made Goliath an octogenarian the longest lived captive alligator ever recorded in the world, the zoo said.

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  • Thursday Apr 30 | via The Honolulu Advertiser 

    Honolulu Zoo's alligator - believed to be oldest in ...

    Goliath the alligator - believed to be the world's oldest in captivity - died Wednesday at the Honolulu Zoo of apparent liver failure. Goliath was at least 20 years old when he came to the Honolulu Zoo in 1953 at a length of 10 feet.

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  • Apr 24, 2015 | via West Hawaii Today 

    Obituaries | 4-24-15

    Editor's note: Obituaries are published free of charge as a public service. The content is subject to editing to ensure parity treatment and style continuity.

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  • Apr 23, 2015 | via Myrtle Beach Online 

    1980s pop star named president of Catholic school in...

    Be sure to include your name, daytime phone number, address, name and phone number of legal next-of-kin, method of payment, and the name of the funeral home/crematory to contact for verification of death. A pop star from the 1980s and '90s has been named president of an all-boys Catholic school in Honolulu.

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