Obituaries for Friday — November 18, 2005

• Larry Tooru Kodama

• Ann Marie D’Attilio

• Henrietta Jane Alana Bond

• Makayla Kameryn Makana Gayagas


Larry Tooru Kodama

Larry Tooru Kodama, 80, of Honolulu, died Nov. 7, 2005 at Kuakini Geriatric Care, Inc. A self-employed contractor retired from Larry T. Kodama Painting, he was born in Lihu’e on Nov. 28, 1924.

He is survived by three sons: Irvin T. (Lynn) Kodama, Edwin Kodama and Lester T. Kodama, all of Honolulu; six sisters: Grace T. Bickham, Doris M. Nakagawa, Betty K. (Albert) Ota, all of Honolulu; Emiko Kuraoka of Lihu’e; Mildred F. (Bach) Koigawachi, of Lomita, Calif.; and Evelyn F. (Eugene) Yoshihara, of Broomfield, Colo.; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Visitation is from 5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22, at Hosoi Garden Mortuary on O’ahu, with funeral service there at 6 p.m.

Family members request that casual attire be worn, and that flowers be omitted.

Arrangements are being handled by professionals at Hosoi Garden Mortuary, Inc


Ann Marie D’Attilio

Ann Marie D’Attilio, 52, passed away Nov. 15 at her home in Idaho. Born in New Jersey, she was an Idaho resident, having moved to Idaho from New Jersey three years ago. She was a graduate of Borden-town Regional High School in New Jersey, and attended Rider College.

She was press secretary for the New Jersey Department of Transportation, and worked at the U.S. Property and Fiscal Office for the Department of Defense in New Jersey, and served as president of two helicopter-charter companies, Sandpoint Helicopters, in Sandpoint, Idaho, and Inter-Island Helicopters at Port Allen.

She was a member of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

The daughter of the late Emilio J. Eleuteri, she is survived by five sons: Joel, Jonathan, Jeremiah, Joseph and Justin; her mother, Mafalda (Muffy) Eleuteri, of Borden-town, N.J.; brother Ron (Maryann) Eleuteri, of Ewing, N.J.; and nephews and nieces: Christopher, Daniel, Elizabeth (Phil), Lauren, and many friends across the country.

Viewing will be held on Monday, Nov. 21, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Lakeview Funeral Home, 301 South Olive Ave., Sandpoint, Idaho, with services to follow at 3 p.m. at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Highway 2, Rocky Point Road, Dover, Idaho.

Memorial contributions in D’Attilio’s name may be made to The Brain Tumor Center at Duke, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 27710


Henrietta Jane Alana Bond

Henrietta Jane Alana Bond of Ha’ena died at her residence on Nov. 7, 2005. An office clerk, she was born in Hawai’i on Feb. 13, 1956.

Preceded in death by her father, Murphy Maka Sr., she is survived by her husband, Kenneth Bond; two daughters: Ashlee Bond and Krystal Bond; son: Jacob Bond; mother: Rebecca Maka; sister: Jolly Ann Mahuiki; and four brothers: Murphy Maka Jr., Jacob Maka, Keith Maka and Sherman Maka.

Also surviving are numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Friends may visit with family members this Saturday, Nov. 19, from 9 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at the Hanalei Waioli Hui’ia Church. Services will be celebrated at 11 a.m., with inurnment to follow.

The family suggests casual attire. Arrangements are being handled by professionals at Borthwick Kauai Mortuary


Makayla Kameryn Makana Gayagas

Makayla Kameryn Makana Gayagas of Kapa’a died Nov. 14, 2005, at Wilcox Memorial Hospital, at the age of 17. A nail technician, she was born in Lihu’e on Jan. 18, 1988.

Preceded in death by her mother, Sharon “Chris” Gayagas, she is survived by her father, Douglas Gayagas of Kalaheo; two sisters: Kari (Donald) Graham and Jodie (Thomas) Pellerin, both of California; five brothers: Douglas G. (Pua) Gayagas of Lihu’e; Brandon J. (Camille) Gayagas of Kalaheo; Matthew R. (Sarah) Gayagas of Kalaheo; and Darryl Gayagas and Kerry Gayagas, both of California; maternal grandmother, Melba Gilden of California; paternal grandmother, Juanita Racca of California; nieces and nephews Krysta, Kaynan, Zayden, DJ, Kaiulani, Brianna, Shandra, Kainoa and Krystal; and numerous uncles, aunts and friends.

Friends may visit with family members this Saturday, Nov. 19, at The Salvation Army Lihue Corps on Hardy Street, from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. A memorial service is there at 11 a.m., with scattering of ashes to follow at the Wailua River.

Family members request casual attire.

Arrangements are being handled by professionals at Borthwick Kauai Mortuary

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