Obituary for Wednesday March 10, 2021


Virgil Munar Caday

Virgil Munar Caday, 61, from Lihu’e, died at his dwelling on March 22, 2020. He was born in Lihu’e on November 6, 1958 and was an electrician.

He was predeceased by Father Antonio Caday Sr. and Brother Merlin Caday.

He’s survived by his companion Carmenia Montano, his mom Crispina Caday, his brother Antonio (Arlene) Caday Jr., his nieces Brandy and Giselle, his sister-in-law Gail Kaliko and his granddaughter Shanti Montano.

A Celebration of Life is Monday, March 15 at Kaua’i Memorial Gardens & Funeral House, with excursions from 10 a.m. to midday. Inurnment will observe at Kaua’i Memorial Gardens & Funeral House.

Kaua’i Memorial Gardens & Funeral House helps the household manage.

Solidad ‘Soly’ Caronilla Fernandez

Solidad “Soly” Caronilla Fernandez, from Puhi, handed away on March 12, 2020, on the age of 89. She was born on November 9, 1930 and labored within the restaurant enterprise.

She was predeceased by mother and father Miguel and Dominga Caronilla, and son Glenn Lardizabal.

She is survived by her husband Regalado “Baco” Fernandez, daughters Maureen (Zachary) Octavio of Arizona and Regina Aiken of Washington, son Reynard Fernandez de Puhi, grandchildren SeraFran, Binky, Zenda, Colby, Tron , Reya, Topaz and LilyLu, and 13 nice grandchildren.

A celebration of life is on Friday March 12 on the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Kapaia, with excursions open at 9:30 a.m. with a prayer service from 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The scattering of ashes follows at midday in Kalapaki Bay. Social distancing and masks are mandatory.

Dusty Keali’i Perreira

Dusty Keali’i Perreira handed away on February 12, 2021, on the age of 24, in Honolulu.

He was born on February 17, 1996 in Lihu’e.

He was predeceased by brother Anthony Lopaka Michael.

He’s survived by his fiancee Temari Davis, mother and father Alicia (Sean) Abergas-Spriggs and Mark Perreira, brothers Dylan Abergas, Devyn Abergas, Billy (Ku’uipo) Perreira and BJ Ortiz, all of Kaua’i, sisters Keiley Abergas-Apilado, Ala (Jessie) Perreira-Jeffries, Misty (Travis) Koerte and Christie Michael-Perreira, all of Kaua’i, maternal granting mother and father Shirley (Wayne) Simbre-Medeiros and Francis (Geri) Abergas Sr., and plenty of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.

A guided tour takes place on the Backyard Island Mortuary on Saturday, March 13 from 4:30 pm to five:30 pm A celebration of life takes place at 5:30 pm The household offers informal apparel and welcomes the flowers.

Because of COVID-19, social distancing and masks are wanted.

Backyard Island Mortuary helps the household make preparations.

Glenn marden Gerrish

December 8, 1951 – February 26, 2021

Glenn is survived by his devoted spouse, Kathy (Fasani) Gerrish of Kapaa, his beloved son Justin (Heather) Gerrish of Carbondale, Colo., The hanai kids Jordan Shelton of Fort Collins, Colo. And Taylor Kennedy of Mar Vista, Calif. , brothers Harold (Charlene) Gerrish of Aptos, Calif. and Stephen (Barb) Gerrish of Hailey, Idaho, and a big household of cousins, nieces and nephews and their kids.

Glenn was born in Hollywood, California, and attended Palo Alto Excessive College (Class of 1970), the place he excelled in teachers and athletics. He performed guitar along with his pals within the storage band “The Skiffle Blues”. He went on to have an extended and profitable profession as a cell diesel mechanic, first within the California Oilfields in Ventura, Calif., Then as a Fleet Mechanic for O. Thronas Concrete in Lawa’i from 1988 to 2018.

“Large Daddy” will likely be remembered by so many longtime pals, younger and previous, just like the Light Big. His dedication and laborious work in his career as a heavy mechanic and his ardour for creating bespoke koa furnishings was admired by all who knew him and set an excellent instance for the subsequent era.

Transferring to SoCal in 1972 he constructed an prolonged household of longtime pals along with his spouse and son the place he loved many years of sheer enjoyable, dwelling his life on his personal phrases. He beloved his many passions akin to scuba diving within the Channel Islands, snowboarding within the sierras, tenting, looking, browsing, the numerous journeys to Mexico, driving his Harley, cooking in Kalua. Pig on the seaside for pals, and way more! His quest for enjoyable and a lifetime of his personal led him and Kathy to Kaua’i in 1988. Right here they had been fortunate sufficient to have sizzling water, wonderful waves, loads of laborious work and respect. new pals. Glenn was in a position to change his schedule and take the time to chase the large waves. Nevertheless, in pursuit of these excellent waves, his damage listing grew. His newest effort has created an indispensable useful resource, a variety of weapons, for the Kaua’i group and hopefully they may acknowledge its power in defending and preserving it.

Sadly, for these of us who beloved him, he could not heal from his wounds and this loss created a void in our hearts that may solely be stuffed … Extra browsing! Or take part in all of the leisure actions that attraction to you! Keep in mind his instance to reside, love, snigger, and be type and beneficiant. Educate others to take pleasure in all that life has to supply the best way it has for you. Cross it on.

Be a part of the celebrations of a lifetime in Hollywood Seaside, California, or each, in March 2021 or Thanksgiving 2021 lu’au in Kapa’a.

Harry Haruo Higashi Jr.

Harry Yasuo Higashi Jr. handed away on June 11, 2019, on the age of 66, in Hanama’ulu.

He was born on February 2, 1953 in Lihu’e.

He was predeceased to loss of life by Father Harry Yasuo Higashi Sr., Mom Michiko Patsy Higashi, Brother Boyd Higashi, Sister Lynn Ajimura-Lee, Grandmother Katsuyo Miyabara and Nephew Lambert Paul Lukela Alapa’i Jr.

He’s survived by his brother Buddy Higashi, sisters Gail (Bryan) Chun of O’ahu, Karen (Lambert) Alapa’i of Kaua’i and Amanda Higashi of Oahu, in addition to many uncles, aunts and nieces. , nephews and cousins.

Backyard Island Mortuary helps the household make preparations.

Jabor Anjerok

Jabor Anjerok handed away on March 4, 2021, on the age of 76.

He was born on April 21, 1944 within the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

He was predeceased to loss of life by brother Jalur Anjerok and sisters Spoon Anjerok and Enviornment Anjerok.

He’s survived by his spouse Helly Anjerok, sons Bolton Andrew, Rinton Andrew, Bobby Andrew, Jomi Anjerok, Ajen Anjerok and Simon Pedro, daughters Tina Johnny and Maryantha Anjerok, grandchildren Tahirile Anjerok, Izat Anjerok and Jina Andrew , great-grandchildren Jenkin H. Optinia Alanzo, Brother Kejin Anjerok and Sister Mary Anjerok.

The tour will happen on the Backyard Island Mortuary on Friday, March 12 from 1 p.m. to three p.m.

The household suggests informal apparel.

Backyard Island Mortuary helps the household make preparations.

Ethel Yoshimura Yamaguchi

‘Ethel Yoshimura Yamaguchi of Lihu’e died at Wilcox Medical Heart on February 11, 2021, on the age of 90. She was born in Kapa’a on December 25, 1930 and retired as a instructor on the State Division. schooling.

She was predeceased by her husband Melvin, her mother and father Nobori and Hatsuyo Yoshimura, and her brothers, Kenneth, Allen and Norman.

She is survived by her daughters Michelle (Daniel) Rausch of Oregon and Donna Yamaguchi of California, grandchildren Sydney Rausch and Sarah (Matthew) Desmond, sister Irene Wakatsuki and plenty of nieces, nephews and cousins.

She will likely be buried together with her husband at Kalapaki Bay Memorial Park. Personal companies will happen at a later date.

Kaua’i Memorial Gardens & Funeral House helps the household manage.

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