Roseanne Strom ThompsonRoseanne Strom Thompson of Eugene, Ore., and

formerly of Kaua’i, died Aug. 24, 2000, at Green Valley Care Center at the age

of 48.

A housewife, she was born Sept. 6, 1951, in Honolulu.

She is

survived by her husband, Rick M. Thompson of Eugene, Ore., two sons, Brian and

Jesse Thompson, of Eugene, Ore.; her mother, Violet Strom of Lawai; three

brothers: Russell (Joyce) Strom of Southlake Tahoe, Roy (Carol E.) Strom of

Kapa’a, Hugh (Vicki) Strom of Kalaheo and one sister Vianne (Lyle) Tabata of

Lihu’e and numerous nieces and nephews.

Graveside services were held at Oak

Hill cemetery in Eugene on Aug. 29.

Tsuyu Miyakado

Tsuyu Miyakado

of Honolulu died Aug. 22, 2000, at the age of 86.

Born in Koloa, Kaua’i on

Oct. 1,1913, she was a homemaker.

She is survived by sons Allen (Karen)

Miyakado of Honolulu and Melvin (Ondria) Miyakado of California; daughter, Jane

(Richard) Higa and Elaine (Michael) Naito, both of Honolulu; six grandchildren,

four great-grandchildren; brothers, Kuichi Okumura and Robert (Grace) Okumura,

both of Honolulu; and sisters, Kishiye Wakuta of Kapa’a, Kaua’i; Joyce Tashima

of Lihu’e, Kaua’i, Satsuki Moriwake of Hanapepe Heights, Kaua’i, Yukiko Okumura

and Rose Hackbarth, both of Honolulu and Nanako Taguma of Kalaheo.

Private

services were held. Hosoi Garden Mortuary handled arrangements.

Leland

“Lee” Cook

Leland Arnot “Lee” Cook of Naples Fl., 82, a

photographer, writer and lecturer died on Sept. 4, 2000 at the Hospice House in

Naples. Cook served as advertising photographer for Tiffany & Co. in

Manhattan, N.Y. for 27 years; his work included photography for the well-known

annual Tiffany gift catalog. He applied his skills in photographing jewelry to

capturing the beauty of Ni’ihau shell leis for the University of Hawai’i Press

book of the same name, and photographed significant stained glass windows

throughout the Hawaiian Islands.

Cook was born in Pocatello, Idaho and

graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, Ca. in 1949.

In 1984, Brooks awarded him an honorary Masters Degree in Photography. Cook had

been the photographic consultant for the Stained Glass Association of America

for many years.

Cook is survived by his wife Sunny of Naples; his son and

daughter-in-law, Chris and Evelyn Cook of Kapahi, and their sons Christian and

David; and by his daughter and son-in-law Kathleen and Richard Colette, and

their daughter Chiara, of Jakarta, Indonesia. In lieu of flowers, please send

donations to Hospice House, Naples, FL.

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