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• Carrie Sagucio • Frederick ‘The Legend’ Ku’uipo Kaulukukui
Carrie Jane Natsue Sagucio of Eleele passed away in Wilcox Memorial Hospital on May 16, 2015, at the age of 56 after a long battle with Lupus. She was born in Lihue on Nov. 11, 1958, and retired as an LPN with Veterans Administration (VA) Clinic.
She is preceded in death by her father, Hiroshi Wakumoto.
Carrie is survived by her husband, Oscar Sagucio of Eleele; sons, Justin Wakumoto of Eleele, Jarin Quibilan of Portland, Oregon; daughter, Jasmine Quibilan of Nashville, Tennessee; mother, Leatrice Togikawa of Wailua; sisters, Luann (Kimo) Latorre of Portland, Oregon, Kelly (Carl) Braun of Lihue; brothers, Dan (Hokulani) Togikawa of Lihue, Eric Wakumoto of Wailua; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
A celebration of her life will be held on Friday, May 22, 2015, at All Saints Church in Kapaa with visitation from 3 to 4 p.m. and services to follow. Casual attire suggested.
Kauai Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home assisted the Sagucio family with arrangements.
Frederick ‘The Legend’ Ku’uipo Kaulukukui
Frederick “The Legend” Ku’uipo Kaulukukui of Wailua, passed away on May 15th in Lihue, Kauai at the age of 58. Born on Dec. 5th, 1956 in Honolulu, Fred was loved by all.
“The Legend” enjoyed life to the fullest, and was known for his exuberant laugh and larger-than-life personality. Always ready with a funny story, Fred loved golfing, surfing, hanging out his family and friends.
He made many life-long friends from his days as a National Guardsman and from golfing at the Wailua golf course.
He was preceded in death by his mother, May Leialoha Wright, and stepfather, Manuel Badayos.
He is survived by the loves of his life, wife April (Towler) Kaulukukui, children Maile (Jordan) Kaulukukui-Falk and Donald (Sarah Rose) Kaulukukui, hanai sons Jaret Towler and Kaiea Kaulukukui, granddaughters Lilinoe, Kiele, Waileia, Lehia, and grandson Haloa. Also survived by his father Glenn (Joan) Kaulukukui Sr., siblings Glenn (Kathy) Kaulukukui Jr., Roddy (Gina) Kaulukukui, Fabian (Anacleto) Kaulukukui-Heloca, John W. Kaulukukui, Ruth Kainoa Kaulukukui, Moses (Michelle) Kaulukukui-Palisbo, Douglas Kaulukukui, Tamara (Carl) Moore, and Juliana (Gabriel) Tennberg, and numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
A celebration of Fred’s life will be held on Saturday, May 23, at 3 p.m. at the Kaulukukui residence, 5236 Nonou Rd., Wailua Houselots.
We would love to see you and share stories, but if you can’t make it, toast him with a chelada, knowing that Fred is smiling at you with his huge trademark grin.
In lieu of flowers or gifts, the Kaulukukui Ohana requests that a donation be made in Fred’s honor to the Kauai Hospice.
A very special thank you to the Wilcox Hospital doctors and nurses, staff and nurses at Garden Island Healthcare, and a big mahalo to Kauai Hospice for taking such good care of Fred.
Also, thank you to all the friends and family who have been so supportive to our family over the past 16 months. We are forever grateful for your kindness.
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