Luis CabicoLuis C. Cabico of Lihu’e died March 29, 2000, at his home in

Lihu’e at the age of 66.

A mill operator for Lihu’e Plantation, he was born

Sept. 8, 1933, in the Philippines.

He is survived by his wife: Aurelia

Julian Cabico of Hanama’ulu; two sons: Frolando “Karno” (Regina) Cabico of

California and Rey Cabico of Hanama’ulu; six daughters: Felicidad “Fely”

(Mariano) Catbagan Sr. of Wailua, Myrna (James) Rebudal of California, Flora

(Dionicio) Cabico of California, Thelma Cabico of Puhi, Gliceria “Glacy”

(Ferdinand) Marcelino of Hanama’ulu, Rowena (Alfred) Omo of California; one

brother: Urbano (Fely) Cabico of O’ahu; four sisters: Maria Brea of the

Philippines, Cresencia (Alfredo) Garces, Sr. of Kealia, Regina (Fausto) Torres

of Kapa’a, and Carolina (Elpidio) Nono of Kapa’a; 13 grandchildren and five

great-grandchildren.

Friends and family may call on Monday, April 10, at

Immaculate Conception Church from 9 a.m. to 10:15 a.. where services will be

celebrated at 10:30 a.m. by Father Paul. Burial to follow at Kaua’i Memorial

Gardens. The family suggests casual attire and that flowers be omitted.

Arrangements are being handled by Borthwick/Kaua’i Mortuary.

Miu Lan

Esposo-Aguiar

Miu Lan Uilani Esposo-Aguiar of ‘Ele’ele died March 31, 2000,

at Straub Hospital at the age of 39.

The office manager for Hawai’i Home

infusion, she was born Nov. 18, 1960, in Lihu’e.

She is survived by her

husband: Gregory Aguiar of ‘Ele’ele; two sons: Chas Fu (Lei Gardner) and Chris

Fu; one daughter: Chelse Fu; one stepdaughter: Tiana Aguiar; one stepson: Kele

Aguiar; mother: Marilyn (Seti) Loumoli; step mother: Fely Garabilez; four

sisters: Flora (Blu) Ulanday, Melissa (Daniel) Rivera of Lawai; Colleen (Rick)

Louis of Omao, Lillian Cabral (Godfrey Perreira); two brothers: Pete (Patty)

Garabilez and Chad (Lori) Cabral; three grandchildren.

Friends and family

may call on Saturday, April 8, at Kapa’a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day

Saints from 9 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. where services will be conducted at 10 a.m.

Burial to follow at Kapa’a Public Cemetery.

Casual attire is suggested. In

lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to “Friends of Miulan Esposo-Aguiar”,

c/o first Hawaiian Bank, 4423 Rice Street, Lihue HI 96766.

Arrangements are

being handled by Borthwick/Kauai Mortuary.

Stanley Bucasas

Stanley

Bucasas, of Kekaha, Kauai, died at Queens Medical Center on April 4, 2000, at

the age of 53.

Born in Hanapepe, Kauai on March 12, 1947, he was a 5th

grade teacher with Kekaha Elementary School and former assistant

offensive/defensive line coach with Waimea High School.

Mr. Bucasas was a

member of the Waimea High School Alumni Association, West Kauai Youth Baseball

Association as a coach and umpire, West Kauai Girls Softball Association,

Hawaii State Teachers Association, Kali Association of America, Apohang Tuhan

Largusa Association; Assistant Sensei in the Kekaha Karate Club and Kekaha

School PTSA.

He is survived by: his wife, Susan Gucwa-Bucasas of Kekaha,

son Stanley K. Gucwa-Bucasas of Kekaha, ; daughter Ann K. Gucwa-Bucasas of

Kekaha, ; three brothers: Otis D. Ingram of Eleele, Kauai, Richard (Myrna)

Bucasas of Kekaha, Kauai, and William (Nellie) Bucasas of Salt Lake City, Utah;

two sisters: Blossom (Howard) Young of Kekaha, Kauai and Lindel (Reggie)

Puha of Lahaina, numerous uncles, aunties, nieces and nephews,

Friends may

visit with the family at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 8, at the Church of Jesus

Christ of Latter-Day Saints Kekaha Ward; service officiated by Bishop Erwin

Wright will begin at 4 p.m. Followed by burial at the Kekaha Hawaiian

Cemetery. Casual attire is suggested.

Arrangements are being handled by

Mililani Downtown Mortuary and Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.

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