Richard Henry Tiede
Richard Henry Tiede, 79, of Princeville, passed away after a battle with cancer, on July 10, 2020. He was born in Detroit on Dec. 13, 1941, to Walter William Tiede and Virginia (Kirstein) Tiede. He was a mechanical engineer.
He was preceded in death by wife Bracey Avery Tiede, niece Carole Tiede Gillespie, and sister-in-law Mary Avery Hill.
He is survived by brother Thomas (Pamela) Tiede, nephew Thomas (Lee Ann) Tiede Jr., grand-nephew Mathew (Craig Deardorff) Tiede, grand-niece Kirstin Tiede (Patrick) Sullivan, great-grand-nephew Theo Declan Sullivan, and brother-in-law James Hill.
He is remembered as a very gentle and courteous man who was ready to help others, and he always had a smile when meeting people.
Elenora Reichert, 100, of Kapa‘a, passed away at home on July 21, 2020. She was born in Dickinson, North Dakota, on Aug. 27, 1919, and retired as a bookkeeper from Toolmaster Inc. in San Francisco before moving to Kaua‘i.
She was preceded in death by parents Christian and Julianna Miller, former husband Jacob Reichert, sister Eva Schloss, and brothers, Leo, Alex and Frank Miller.
She is survived by son Kenneth (Marta) Reichert, daughter Sister Carol Reichert (Sisters of the Holy Family), sister Agnes Flynn, one grandson, three great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Services will be held on Saturday, Aug. 1, at St. Catherine Church in Kapa‘a, with visitation at 9 a.m. and services beginning at 10 a.m. Burial will follow at Kealia Cemetery.
Those wishing to attend the funeral should call Kaua‘i Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home at 245-3661.
Kaua‘i Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.
Che Esteban ‘Che Boy’ Granda
Che Esteban “Che Boy” Granda passed unexpectedly on July 8, 2020, at the age of 31, in Marysville, California.
He was born Oct. 3, 1988, on Kaua‘i, where he spent many happy years surrounded by family and friends. He also spent several happy years in Minnesota and California.
He was known for his kindness, sweetness, witty humor and infectious enthusiasm for simple joys. He struggled with addiction and mental illness. His talents were many, including carpentry, woodworking, art and baking desserts. He adored his pet dogs and cats, music, and spending time in nature.
He is survived by father David Granda, mother Marghee Maupin, stepfather Pat Gegen, sister Chia Granda and her sons Ahanu and Apollo Truong, brother Sierra (Natalie) Edison, sister Melosa Granda, brother Cassidy (Anahita Sheikh-ol-Eslami) Granda, sister Marquita (Royce Kurihara) Granda, sister Olivia Gegen, and extended family and friends from coast to coast who will miss him.