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Dolores ‘Dolly’ Gabriel Mandap
Dolores “Dolly” Gabriel Mandap, 84, of Mililani peacefully went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on July 5, 2020.
She was a mainstay in the hospitality and restaurant industries for 25+ years. Her beautiful smile and heart of aloha always made patrons- locals and visitors alike – feel so welcomed. Everywhere she went, she made fast friends. After retiring, she became an active member of her church – she cooked, cleaned, worked at carnivals, supported fundraisers, etc. However, of her many roles and accomplishments, she was most proud of being a devoted mother to her six children and a loving grandmother to her many grandchildren and great grandchildren. All of whom miss her more than words can say.
She was preceded in death by her father Felix Gabriel, mother Timotea Deboma, son Aaron Gabriel Cummings, and grandchildren Ka`iulani Cummings; Kyle, Pa`ana`akala and Shiloh Aiu.
She is survived by husband Robert (“Bob”), sons Abraham (Carol) Cummings and Willie Cummings, daughters Rinda (Kappy) Aiu, Mamo (Max) Cummings Graham, and Koki Cummings, grandchildren Gabriel, Kanoe, Dee Dee, Kawailele, Michael, Dan, Tim, Angel, Daron, Ka`ili, Momi, Luke and Hunter; numerous great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and one great, great-grandchild.
A Private Mass will be held.
Condolences can be mailed to: Rinda Aiu, 95-018 Kahoea #141, Mililani, HI 96789.
Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary is assisting the family.
Richard Masao ‘Soupbone’ Kashiwabara Sr.
Richard Masao “Soupbone” Kashiwabara Sr., 84, of Lihue passed away at home on July 26, 2020. He was born in Wahiawa Camp, Kauai on March 24, 1936. He was a Veteran of the United States Army, Army National Guard and Air National Guard, and retired from the County of Kauai as an electrician.
Preceded in death by his wife Jane Kashiwabara.
Richard is survived by his children Amy (Wayne) Arakaki, Grace (Danny) McCluskey, Dean (Yang) Kashiwabara, Willy (Lani) Kashiwabara, Ken Kashiwabara, Richard Kashiwabara Jr., Susan (Rolland Jr.) Peahu, Sharon Kashiwabara, Carol Orr; 19 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, brother Larry Kashiwabara of Lihue, sister Janet Fukushima of Honolulu, sisters-in-law Alice Victorino, Minnie Maeno, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Viewing and visitation with the family will be held on Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020, from 8 to 10 a.m. at Kauai Veterans Center in Lihue. Services and burial at Kauai Memorial Gardens will be private. Masks are required.
Kauai Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.
Shigeru Murakami passed away on Aug. 1, 2020, at the age 94, in Waimea. He was born on Jan. 17, 1926, in Waimea.
He was an Army Veteran and Heavy Equipment Operator.
He was preceded in death by his wife Jean Murakami and sister Hinako Kuboyama
He is survived by his son Ken Murakami (Alison Sakata) of Waimea, daughter Lisa Tamura (Gordon) ol Lihue, grandchildren Kaylee Tamura, Macy Tamura, sister Myrtle Shinagawa (John) of Waimea, sister-in-law Jane Takamura of Waimea, numerous of nieces, nephews and cousins
Private service. No koden.
Arrangements assisted by Garden Island Mortuary.
Gary Lee Renspurger
Gary Lee Renspurger, 70, of Haena, passed away at home on July 31, 2020. He was born in Illinois on June 3, 1950, was a Veteran of the United States Air Force and retired as a rafting guide.
Gary is survived by his son Seth Lake, long time companion Debbi Woodford, sister Rae Lyn Renspurger Busch, brother Marc Renspurger, numerous nieces and nephews.
Due to COVID-19 no services will be held.
Johnny Navor Negrillo
Johnny Navor Negrillo passed away on May 5, 2020, at the age of 55, at Queens Medical Hospital.
He was born on June 4, 1964. He was a Shuttle Bus Driver.
He is survived by wife Nida Cabigon Negrillo, sons Jonathan “Johnny” Negrillo, Brian Negrillo, daughter-in law Melissa Morisson Negrillo, grandchildren Tanner Kalani Negrillo, Levi Michael Negrillo, parents Mariano and Adelina Negrillo, brothers Rogelio Navor Negrillo, Leody Navor Negrillo, Ruben Navor Negrillo, Ronnie Navor Negrillo, Carino Navor Munar, sisters Lorita Negrillo Sibayan, Florentina Negrillo Embernate, numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins
There will be a Rosary at Garden Island Mortuary on Aug. 6, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. and Mass at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church on Aug. 7, 2020, at 9:30 a.m. A Burial will be held at Kalapaki Memorial Bay Park
Family suggests casual attire. No congregating. Social distancing and mask required.
Arrangements assisted by Garden Island Mortuary
William (Tim) Timothy Carrillo
William (Tim) Timothy Carrillo passed away on July 24, 2020, at Kula Hospital on Maui.
Tim was born on June 24, 1960, in Lihue.
Tim graduated from Kapaa High School and was retired from the State of Hawaii, DOT.
Tim is survived by his wife Rosie Carrillo, daughters Kiana K. (Tyler) Palea, Melissa A. Brewer, Brandee K. Carrillo,father William “Willie” (Kemamo) Carrillo, mother Elsie Carrillo, sisters Daunene “Dino” Oshiro, Kaui (Todd) Tulchin, Uilani Huddy, brothers Duane Carrillo, Ryan Huddy, Kai’po Hookano, four grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and many cousins.
He is lovingly remembered for his big smile, as a great fisherman and for his love of the ocean. He spent a lot of great times with his fishing and diving brothers and a lot of great times under the mango tree with his Dad.
He was a good husband, father and friend. Tim was easy going, funny, kind, generous and will be missed by us all.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, services arrangements will be made at a later date.
Nakamura Mortuary assisted with the arrangements.
I did not know that Tim passed and I am heartbroken. An old soul no doubt with a most kind heart. He will be an asset to the heavens and may he watch over us with the rest of our beloved ancestors
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