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• Ed Requilman
• Alma A. Carroll and Erin H. Carroll
• H. Dale Stark
• Vivian Brown
• Ernest A‘ana
Ed Carl Requilman of Kapa‘a died at Wilcox Memorial Hospital on Jan. 13, 2008, at the age of 57. Born in Washington on Nov. 30, 1950, he was a contractor.
He is survived by girlfriend Laurie Hugentugler; daughters Monica Requilman Schiffer and Erika Requilman Valente; grandchildren Breeann, Bailey and Janey; sisters Jude (Chuck) George, Linda (Richard) Oshiro and Nancy (James) Tashima; brother Robert (Mary) Requilman; mother Michi Carlos; numerous nieces and nephews.
A celebration of his life will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 26, at Lydgate Park. The event will be a potluck. For more information, call Robert, 634-6761.
Alma A. Carroll and Erin H. Carroll
Alma A. Carroll of Kekaha died at the Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital on June 29, 2007, at the age of 53. She was born in Waimea on Dec. 30, 1954.
Erin H. Carroll of Los Angeles died at home on March, 28, 2006, at the age of 60. Born in Waimea on May 9, 1946, she worked at Pacific Bell in Los Angeles.
They are preceded in death by parents Albert W. Carroll Sr. and Jeannette Mileka Holt Carroll. They are survived by brother Albert W. “Baba” (Gloria) Carroll of Lannon, Wisc.; sisters Bridget E. Chandler of Kekaha, Maureen J. Carroll and Colleen L. Johnson, both of Los Angeles.
Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 26, at St. Theresa’s Church followed by burial at Kekaha Hawaiian Cemetery.
Casual attire is suggested.
H. Dale Stark
H. Dale Stark of Kalihiwai died in Port Charlotte, Fla., on Aug. 30, 2007. He was 83.
He was born Aug. 13, 1924, in Cisne, Ill., and after serving in World War II in Europe, he graduated from Millikin University in Decatur, Ill., in 1950 with a degree in business administration. Following graduation, he bought a tire and appliance store in Charleston, Ill., where he also acquired farming and real estate interests. For many years he was active in Kiwanis, served on various community committees and as a deacon in the First Christian Church.
In 1978, he sold his business and moved with his wife to Kaua‘i but continued to be active in his business affairs. On Kaua‘i, he was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church. In 2004, because of declining health, he moved to Port Charlotte to be closer to family.
He is survived by his wife of 60 years, June Bruce Stark; daughters Nicki (Tom) Medeiros of St. Paul, Ore., Ann (Gary) Berger of Placida, Fla., and Mary (Frank Dwyer) Stark of Pasadena, Calif.; grandchildren David Medeiros of Redwood City, Calif., Jonathon Medeiros of Kalaheo, Sarah Medeiros of Portland, Ore., Chris Berger of Savage, Minn., John Berger of Port Charlotte, Fla., and Daniel Berger of Auburn, Ala.; brother Rev. William Stark of Stamping Ground, Ky.; and sister Joyce Haynes of Huber Heights, Ohio.
A memorial service will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church in Kapa‘a at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27. Reception will follow in the Sloggett Center.
The family requests no flowers. Any donation may be given to the All Saints Preschool, the Kaua‘i Historical Society or the Kaua‘i Humane Society.
Vivian Kekai “Coco” Brown of Hilo died Nov. 11, 2007, at Hilo Medical Center in Hilo.
Born in Kealakekua, Kona, on March 4, 1958, she was a professional entertainer and musician on Kaua‘i and the Big Island.
She is survived by her mother, MaryMae Kaupu of Pahala; companion David Hanakeawe of Hilo; sons Michael (Jasmine) Brown of Kapa‘a, Derek Kau‘i Brown of Hilo, Malcolm (Charlene Cadiente) Brown of Koloa and Shawnsie Lee Aki of Hilo; daughters Brianne Lee (Malia) Kaupu of Ho‘okena, Vivian-Malia (Russell Isa) Brown of Hilo, and Mikela (Josh Preston) Brown of Kaua‘i; brothers Larry (Dutchee) Kaupu Jr. of Mark Twain, McKinley (Michele) Kaupu of Ocean View and Rudolph (Corinne) Kaupu of Ocean View; sisters Mary Kaupu of Opihihale, Stephane (Kevin) Kapupu-Ceasar of Pahala, Cheryllynn Kaneholani of Anahola, Eleanor Kaupu of Na‘alehu and Leslie (Joseph Kaneholani) Kaupu of Anahola; hanai sons Jeremy (Summer Lorenzo) of Mountain View and Moon Lake of Kapa‘a; hanai daughters Kamaka Davis of Mark Twin and Starlynn Kaupu of Anahola; hanai brother Roy Martinez of Puna and hanai sisters Lori Lynne Kawaauhau of Opihihale and Maile (Pio) Pua-Raquel of Honoka‘a; six grandchildren; numerous uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces and cousins.
Brown’s ‘ohana extends an invitation to friends and extended family to join in a celebration of her life Friday, Jan. 25, at Lydgate Pavilion with music, kanikapila, food and fellowship. Although “Coco” was put to rest on the Big Island, she left part of her legacy here on Kaua‘i.
Ernest Dung A‘ana died Jan. 5, 2008, at Emory University Hospital at the age of 70.
Born on Kaua‘i Sept. 15, 1937, A‘ana was a police department radio dispatcher and a Hanapepe resident.
He is survived by his wife Sharron Louise A‘ana; son Enoch A‘ana; daughters Andrea (Jeffrey Toci) A‘ana, Shanita (John) Akana, Theresa A‘ana and Carmel (David) Doyle; brother Benjamine A‘ana; sisters Helen Bizek and Malia Ridgeley; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
A visitation will be 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, at Holy Cross Parish in Kalaheo. A service will take place at 11 a.m.. A private burial will follow at a later date.
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