• Jon Craig Guyett • Dr. Paul Cambeilh III • Mark ‘Sharkey’ Aguilar
Jon Craig Guyett
Jon Craig Guyett of Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii passed away on Oct. 28, 2016, at the age of 61, in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. He was born on Nov. 8, 1954, in Bethesda, Maryland. Jon taught middle and high school math at Kula High and Intermediate for five years and tutored countless students, preparing many on Kauai for college prep exams. Jon was also a Notary Public providing mobile services. Nicknamed “Sniper,” his greatest passion was surfing, especially at Flat Rock in Hanalei Bay. Jon loved coaching basketball and soccer, and refereeing in the KPAL basketball and county Adult and Youth basketball leagues. He was a golfer with a long drive and smooth swing. Jon was a selfless man that gave so much to our ohana, friends, and community and always with a smile on his face. He did not take for granted the moments that he had with all that he shared whether in the ocean, on the beach, in the classroom, gym, or golf driving range! He appreciated every day!
Jon is survived by his wife, Madeline Molina Guyett of Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii; son, Eric Kaimana Guyett of Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii; father, John Guyett (JoAnne) of Sacramento, California; mother, Jacqueline Angelo (Jerry) of Aptos, California; brothers, Jim Guyett of Berkeley, California, and Jeff Guyett (Sue) of Idaho; aunts Cindy (Steve) Anderson of Lake Tahoe, California, and Marlene (Doug) Stevens of Palm Springs, California; nephews, Jesse Guyett, Aaron (Keri) Guyett, Paul (Sophie) Guyett, Sam Guyett, and niece, Elaina Guyett, great nieces, Hannah and Ellie.
The Guyett ohana thanks the first emergency responders, Errol McGowan etc.; KFD from the Hanalei station; the Wilcox Hospital Emergency Room staff and Dr. Christopher Elliot; air ambulance EMT’s Connie and Spencer; Straub Hospital ICU North staff, Dr. Graham Cormack and Dr. Lee; and Fran and staff at Nu`uanu Mortuary. We would also like to thank the many people who contributed to Jon’s GoFundMe campaign. Mahalo to the many extended ohana in helping us modify our home in preparation for the home dialysis equipment. We can’t forget the constant medical care and healing thru the years from Dr. Thomas Capelli and North Shore Clinic staff, kidney specialist Dr. Niraj Desai, Dr. Blake, Dr. Harada, North Shore Pharmacy, Natural Health Clinic, and the many folks that offered advice, home remedies, etc., and always helping any way they can with love.
The Celebration of Life and paddle out will be held on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016, noon to sunset at Black Pot Beach Park, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii. Family suggests casual attire.
Arrangements were handled by Nu`uanu Memorial Park & Mortuary.
“E lei kau, e lei ho’oilo i ke aloha.” Love is worn like a wreath through the summers and the winters.” Love is everlasting. Olelo No’eau #332
Dr. Paul Cambeilh III
Dr. Paul Cambeilh III died on Kauai Nov. 18, 2016, at the young age of 86. He was born in Texas and is a retired Psychologist.
Paul is survived by his wife, Carol Cambeilh; his two daughters, Elionne Cambeilh and Noelle (Renae) Hamilton-Cambeilh; his two step-sons, Colin and Brian Stair and extended family.
A celebration of his life will be held privately.
Kauai Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home assisted the Cambeilh family with arrangements.
Mark ‘Sharkey’ Aguilar
Mark “Sharkey” Aguilar passed away on Nov. 16th, 2016, at his home in Kapaa. He was born on Jan. 29, 1964, in West Covina, California and moved to Kauai with his brother as a young man where he remained for over 25 years.
Mark had an artistic eye for colors and learned he had a talent for sewing, which eventually led him from various jobs across the island to creating his own business, Aloha Canvas. He was an avid surfer and bicyclist—he once bicycled all the way across the United States by himself!
Mark was always there to lift people up, gave back more than he took and appreciated all acts of kindness. He had a way of making everyone laugh and making people feel good about themselves. He is survived by his father, two brothers, three sisters and by his three children. He had the biggest heart a man could have. He will always be missed.
A celebration of his life is planned for Dec. 4, 2016, at Waioli Beach Park at 3 p.m.