Maui Obituaries for the week ending November 13, 2022. May they relaxation in peace.
June 15, 1932 – November 10, 2022
Frances Barbara Thompson, 90, of Hawi, Hawaii, died November 10, 2022 in Kamuela, Hawaii. She was born on June 15, 1932 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Frances labored as a cashier in a ironmongery store.
She is survived by sons Michael (Gail) Moniz of Washington State; Rex (Sheri) Thompson of Hawi, Hawaii; eleven grandchildren; quite a few great- and great-great-grandchildren in addition to quite a few loving nieces and nephews.
Private providers will happen at a later date.
Ballard Family Mortuary-Kona Services.
Edith Ann Pagampao
Sept 1, 1935 – Oct 13, 2022
July 11, 1939 – October 31, 2022
Eustazio Pascua Purugganan, 83, died on October 31, 2022 in Wailuku, Maui. He was born on July 11, 1939 to Pedro Purugganan and Maria Pascua on O’ahu, Hawaii.
Eustazio survived by his two sons; Enrique Purugganan & Juan Pablo Purugganan; his three grandchildren Nathaniel, Cheylee and Sierra.
He was preceded in loss of life by his spouse Tomasa and son Rafeal Purugganan.
Eustazio was an amazing household man and loving father. He was married to Tomasa and the couple had three youngsters collectively. He graduated with a bachelor’s diploma in restaurant administration. Eustazio was a sociable, lively man who spent most of his life touring. He loved cooking, his household and images. His household and buddies will at all times bear in mind him as a cheerful, type and loving particular person.
Funeral providers will probably be held at Norman’s Mortuary on Thursday tenth November 2022, open to the general public from 6pm to 9pm
Family interment at Maui Veteran’s Cemetery on Monday, November 14, 2022 at 1:00 p.m
March 11, 1930 – November 1, 2022
Our beloved father, Clarence Moniz Sr. of Pukalani, handed away on November 1, 2022 at his house beneath the care of Maui Hospice.
Clarence, identified to most as “Pops”, was born on March 11, 1930 in Sprecklesville, Pa’ia, Maui to Frank Moniz and Mary Pereira Fevella. He was the fifth of six siblings.
Clarence served within the US Army as a truck driver in the course of the 1953 Korean War. He additionally retired from the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company as a utility truck driver, spending most of his time at house landscaping and home repairs. Despite being very busy, he loved staying at house, serving to with babysitting, and visiting family and friends. He will probably be drastically missed.
He is predeceased from his loving spouse, Christine Kalei Apo Moniz, with whom he was 65, and leaves two sons, Clarence (Merlinda) Moniz Jr. and Randolph M. Moniz; granddaughters, Jamielynn B. Moniz, Nhoelyn (Junares) Villa, Kyle Moniz and Gwendolyn Moniz; and his great-grandchildren Eli Moniz, Alyanna Villa and Belle Villa.
Special Mahalo to Hospice Maui for his or her overwhelming assist and Meals on Wheels, Kaunoa Senior Services.
An ash service will probably be held at St. Joseph’s Church in Makawao on Wednesday, November 23, 2022. 8.30 a.m. household go to, 9.30 a.m. public go to, 10.30 a.m. eulogy, 11.00 a.m. church service and lunch afterwards. Funeral at Maui Veterans Cemetery at 1:00 p.m. Instead of flowers, please solely lei.
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Sept 12, 1955 – Oct 10, 2022
Shirley Kuuipo De Soto (Kekona), 67, of Honolulu, Hawaii, died October 10, 2022. She was born September 12, 1955 in Wailuku, Maui.
The viewing will probably be on Sunday, November 13, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on the Ballard Family Morgue; Worship providers start at 11:00 a.m., final viewing till 1:00 p.m.; Cremation follows.
Shirley is survived by her husband Larry De Soto; her son William “Billy” Kekona III (Dee Dee Otani); Grandchildren: Shyla-ann “Ashley” Kekona (AJ Mata), Shanice Otani-Kekona (Bryson Castillo), Kalub Otani-Kekona; great-grandchildren, Nainoa Mata, ‘Ale’alani Mata, Lawai’a Mata, Kanaloa Mata, Brensyn Kekona-Castillo, Khloe Kekona-Castillo, Kyrah Kekona-Castillo, Kamohoali’i Kekona-Castillo; sisters, Lorraine Maka Valdez (Don Valdez), Lorraine Mana Kaiu (Eddie Kaiu); Brothers, Dan Kekona (Michelle Kekona) and Francis Kekona.
August 14, 1949 – October 24, 2022
Carol Ann Hocker, 73, of Hilo, died October 24 on the Hawaii Care Choices Care Center. Born in Rutland, Vermont, Carol graduated magna cum laude from the University of Vermont in 1971. She graduated from Worcester State College’s occupational remedy program in 1988 and has been on the dean’s checklist for all semesters. Carol married Lon Hocker in 1994 and moved to Hilo in 1999, the place she labored as an occupational therapist and taught particular wants youngsters. She danced the hula for Lori Lei, taught worldwide people dance and performed the violin. Carol was additionally concerned in founding the Lavaloha Chocolate Farm, making miniatures, writing fiddle melodies and portray watercolors as taught by Jane Chao.
Carol is survived by her husband Lon Hocker.
No providers in the intervening time.
August 19, 1942 – October 31, 2022
Delma Marie Case, 80, of Waimea, died on October 31, 2022 at North Hawaiʻi Community Hospital. Born in Honokaʻa, she was a homemaker, beloved caregiver and babysitter, member of the Mauna Kea Quilters Guild, and honorary member of Mauna Kea Education and Awareness.
She is survived by husband William Newton Case; daughters Bonnie Pualani Case (E. Kalani Flores), Bernadine Marie Likolehua Case (Michael Manu), Brenda Lee Kaulana Resendiz Reynoso (Saul), son William Newton Case II (Susan) all Waimea; sisters Valerie Begas (Roy Boro), Tammy Begas; sister-in-law Maureen Begas (Timothy); granddaughters, Hāwane Rios, Kapulei Flores, Mariah-Rae Case, Shiadani Marie Resendiz Reynoso, grandchildren, Heimana Manu, great-grandchildren, Myla-Rose DeAguiar, Ocean Murtagh; hānai daughter;
Alice Fujii and lots of members of the family and buddies.
There are presently no providers deliberate.
Katherine “Nanny” Bulda
Nov 18, 1929 – Oct 17, 2022
Katherine “Nanny” Bulda, 92, of Kahului, Maui, died on October 17, 2022 at Maui Memorial Medical Center along with her household by her aspect. She was born on November 18, 1929 in Kokomo, Maui, Hawaii and grew up in Hamakuapoko, Maui.
Katherine labored on the Libby & McNeil & Haserot Cannery warehouse in Haʻikū, the place she retired after 20 years.
She was affectionately referred to as “Nanny” when she began babysitting 47 years in the past. She cherished all the youngsters she cared for as in the event that they have been her personal, and her best pleasure was when she was out in church and heard “Hello, Nanny.”
Nanny lived a easy life and her love for household was evident in the whole lot she did. She was a religious Catholic and cherished to “tell stories” with household, buddies, and strangers. Her grandchildren have been her satisfaction.
She is survived by her beloved husband Sedring Bulda of 75 years; daughter, Francine “Candy” Joaquin; Sister, Thelma “Sparkie” (David) Herrera of San Mateo, CA; three grandchildren, Scott (Nicole) Joaquin, Jonathan (Tia) Joaquin, Nicole (Joseph) Joaquin-Foster; six great-grandchildren, Taylissa (Cory) Lehano, Tiani Joaquin-Foster, Ariyanna (Justin) Thyne, Tyra (Chandler) Wade, Taj Joaquin, Japheth Joaquin; and 5 great-great grandchildren, Ryla & Raye Ann Lehano, Hunter Thyne, and Jalin & Aniya Wade.
Nanny was deceased by her mother and father, Antone and Jennie Martelles Crastes; her sisters Roseline Yamane, Mabel Grotz; brother Anthony “Harry” Crastes; and son-in-law Richard “Dickie” Joaquin. The visitation will happen on Wednesday, November 16, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. at Christ the King Church Kahului; The eulogy begins at 10:30 a.m.; Mass at 11 a.m.; Cremation follows. She will probably be buried on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at Maui Veteran’s Cemetery in Makawao.
March 15, 1940 – October 7, 2022
Edward Fahardo Lalim, Sr., 82, of Kahului, died on October 7, 2022 at Maui Hale Hospice in Wailuku. He was born on March 15, 1940 in Kawela, Molokaʻi.
Edward was a US Army veteran. He additionally labored as a busboy for Dollar Rent a Car.
He is survived by his sons Edward “Peanut” F. Lalim, Jr. and Joseph Steven Kalani Lalim; siblings Fely Siangco, Visiy Sevilla and Virgie Haines; and quite a few nieces and nephews.
The viewing will probably be on Friday, November 18, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. on the Ballard household mortuary, the memorial service will start at 11:30 a.m. and the memorial service will comply with at 1:00 p.m. at Maui Veterans Cemetery.
Siosaia Tu’akalau Sat
April 25, 1952 – October 31, 2022
August 11, 1952 – October 31, 2022
Josephine Kapuahaunani Saltiban Sinenci died on the age of 70 on October 31, 2022 in Kahului, Maui.
Josephine was born on August 19, 1952 at Kula Sanatorium, Keokea to oldsters Fermin F. Saltiban and Caroline Kuhaulua Benton. She is a graduate of Old Maui High School in Hamakuapoko and the eldest of eight siblings. She beforehand labored at Napa Auto Parts Store (O’ahu/Maui), Tire Warehouse (Kahului), Burger King (Lahaina), First Interstate Bank (Lahaina), Lahainaluna High School (Cafeteria) and IHOP-International House of Pancakes (Kīhei/Kahului). ).
Josephine is survived by their daughter Jacqueline Ok. Sinenci of Honokohau; her son Friedrich n. Sinenci jr. (Roxanne) from Kīhei, daughters Annalisa M. Sinenci and Alicia A. Sinenci from Wailuku. grandson Alapaki Mauilani Carlitos Sinenci and 7 different grandchildren; Riley, Reece, Raybeka, Radon, Mahina, Josiah, Natasha, and 4 great-grandchildren, Bailee Rose, Brylee Kalea, Marcilla Ann, and Rhydon Nicolas. Sisters Leonora “Maka” Saltiban from Wailuku, Carol Ann Saltiban from Kahului and Valerie Nahoopii (Agenhart) from Wailuku. Brothers William Saltiban from Kīhei and Lloyd Saltiban (Michelle) from O’ahu. She can also be survived by many nephews, nieces, great-nephews, and great-nieces.
Josephine is deceased of her mother and father, husband Frederick N. Sinenci, Sr., brothers Torrence “Tolo” Saltiban and Fermin Saltiban. She can also be deceased of her love, Robert Purdy, a longtime Roberts bus driver, with whom she rode for hours on the bus to spend time with, which resulted in a loving, supportive camaraderie for over 15 years.
Memorial providers will probably be held at Norman’s Mortuary in Wailuku on Saturday, November 19, 2022. Visitation 8am – 9am for household, 9am – 12pm for the general public with providers starting at 10am by Wayne Higa. Aloha clothes requested. The household expresses their aloha to your assist throughout this tough time.