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Franklin Petalver

Feb 14, 2023 - Nov 02, 2023

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Waipahu, HI

Franklin Camba Petalver, 77, of Waipahu, Hawaii, passed away on November 2, 2023. He was born on February 14, 2023 in Pangasinan, Philippines. He is survived by wife, Linda Petalver; sons, Franklin C. Petalver, Jr. (Jessica), Orly "Alan" C. Petalver, Sonny C. Petalver (Mina Macabeo), and Edwin "Jed" C. Petalver; 10 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral Service will be held on Monday, January 15, 2024 at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel. Visitation begins at 10:00 am; and service at 11:...Read More

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Burt Garcia

Mar 27, 1929 - Feb 15, 2024

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Waipahu, HI

"Burt Garcia, a remarkable man of 94 years, passed away peacefully at his home in Waipahu, Hawaii, surrounded by loved ones. He leaves behind a legacy that spans generations. Born in the Philippines in 1929, Burt was a man of many talents. His knowledge and expertise extended far and wide. As a lawyer and then later a Chief of Police, he served his community with dedication and honor. His commitment to justice and order was unwavering. Burt’s hard work and determination led him to become a top-selling insurance agent in Hawaii. His blue house stood as a testament to his love for the color, a hue that reflected both his calm demeanor and his affinity for the vast ocean that surrounded his island home. Family was at the heart of Burt’s life. His beloved wife, Elisea, shared decades of memories with him. Together, they raised nine children, fostering a close-knit family that would continue to grow. Burt took immense pride in his 25 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren, celebrating their achievements as if they were his own. Beyond his professional accomplishments, Burt was an avid traveler. He explored the world, venturing to places like the Philippines, Macao, Singapore, the Bahamas, Texas, and the vibrant lights of Las Vegas. Each journey enriched his spirit and broadened his horizons. Burt’s military service was another defining chapter in his life. As a Captain in the Philippine Army, he demonstrated courage and leadership, leaving an indelible mark on those who served alongside him. On Thursday, February 15, 2024, Burt Garcia departed this world, leaving behind a legacy of hard work, love, and wisdom. His memory will forever be etched in the hearts of those who knew him. May he rest in peace, surrounded by the blue skies he cherished and the love of his family."

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James Teixeira

Jun 26, 1940 - Jan 18, 2024

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Waipahu, HI

James Teixeira, 83, of Waipahu passed away on January 18, 2024, surrounded by loved ones. He was born to Manuel and Lucille Teixeira on June 26, 1940, and raised in Palolo/Hawaii Kai. His strong work ethic and passion for construction shaped his professional life. It was the art of building swimming pools where he found his true craft, retiring in 2018 as Vice President/Partner of C & J Contracting.Affectionately known as “Jimmy T”, he welcomed you with a smile and firm handshake followed by his squeeze. He loved spending time with his family, singing country and Hawaiian music, watching sports, and travelling the world.He came from a family of 11 children: Sisters Geraldine Kinores (Peter) and Cecilia Carvalho (Michael); and he’ll be joining Pearl Anduha, Charles Donald, Bernice Belaski, Herbert, Louise “Girlie” Arellano, Robert, William “Butch” and Clyde in eternal peace.His children, Sarah Ann Liborio (Kevin), Mark (Robin), Laureen Lever (Garnet), Brian “Buddy” (Jessica), James “Joey”, and Travis have planned a Celebration of Life on March 15, 2024, 6pm to 10pm, at B-SIDE at Ward Centre, 1240 Ala Moana Blvd #200. His inurnment service will be at O’ahu Cemetery at a later date.His memory will live on through his children, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and loved ones.

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Celestina Genquiscas Rambaud

May 02, 1946 - Feb 12, 2024

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Waipahu, HI

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Lee John Saragosa

Aug 09, 1967 - Jan 24, 2024

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Waipahu, HI

In Loving Memory of Lee John Saragosa It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Lee John Saragosa , a beloved father, and friend, a leader who departed this world on January,24, 2024 Son of Lydia D.K. Saragosa and Glen John Saragosa (deceased). Children: Ivan Saragosa, Isaiah Saragosa ( Janeen Villa ) , Shyne Saragosa, Rayne Saragosa . Grandchildren: Jasiah Saragosa, Ivory Saragosa. 1 sister Lisa Gay Thomas ,and 1 brother Mitche Evan Saragosa (Jasmine Saragosa) Born August , 09, 1967, and a graduate of Farrington High School class of 1985 . Lee John Saragosa embraced life with an enthusiasm that radiated from his core. His love for Hunting, fishing and the great outdoors, of our island Oahu , particularly the mountains, was a defining aspect of his character. A legend hunter, he found solace and joy in the rugged landscapes, and his spirit thrived amidst the beauty of nature and wild life . Lee John Saragosa was not just a hunter; he loved hanging out at his favorite spots, and enjoys a good movie date or good meal with good company. He loved Jazz & Bob Marley music. He was a storyteller, sharing tales of adventures beneath starlit mountain skies, forging bonds with fellow enthusiasts, and passing on the rich heritage of his love for the wilderness. His legacy lives on in the stories he told, the traditions he upheld, and the memories he created with those fortunate enough to share in his passion. Beyond his adventures in the mountains, Lee John Saragosa loved his family. His love and guidance shaped our lives, and his presence will be deeply missed. As we mourn his passing, let us remember the joy he brought into our lives and the lessons he imparted. Lee John Saragosa was a man of profound character, known for his unwavering love, kindness, and a passion for life that extended to his deepest connections with family and friends. His legacy is etched into the fabric of our lives, leaving indelible imprints of warmth and fond memories. A celebration of Lee John Saragosa's life will be held on [April 24 2024 located Mililani Memorial Park Road at Ka Uka Blvd.]. The family respectfully asks no drinking at the memorial service. Just a quick note about attire for the memorial service – there’s no need to dress up. Come as you are, in whatever makes you feel comfortable. Let’s focus on remembering and honoring Lee John Saragosa in a way that feels right for each of us. May Lee John Saragosa memory will forever reside in our hearts, the love, laughter, and adventures we shared. With heartfelt condolences, Saragosa Family To to the family, please

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Petronilo Agbayani Agtarap

May 31, 1931 - Jan 18, 2024

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Waipahu, HI

"Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary and Diamond Head Mortuary are saddened to announce the passing of Petronilo Agbayani Agtarap. We are honored to be assisting the family during this difficult time. Petronilo A. Agtarap of Waipahu passed away on January 18, 2024. He was 92 years old. He retired as a laborer in the construction industry. Petronilo is survived by his children Adelaida Agtarap-De Guzman, Edward Agtarap, Zeny Agtarap-Reyes, Ceaza Charita Agtarap-Ishii; and his siblings Natividad Hualda, Josefa Agtarap, and Santos Agtarap."

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Rosalina Tierra Liberato Rabbon

Aug 02, 1928 - Jan 16, 2024

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Waipahu, HI

"Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary and Diamond Head Mortuary are saddened to announce the passing of Rosalina Rabbon. We are honored to be assisting the family during this difficult time. Rosalina Tierra Liberato Rabbon of Waipahu passed away on January 16, 2024. She was 95 years old. Rosalina retired for ABM Maintenance and Facility Services. She is survived by her children Gloria L. Rabbon and Dominador L. Rabbon. Services will be held at Valley of the Temples Trousdale Chapel on Saturday, February 24 2024 at 9:00 am."

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Orpha Narciso Domingo

Jul 17, 1966 - Jan 11, 2024

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Waipahu, HI

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Hideo Takahashi

Jul 05, 1928 - Dec 29, 2023

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Waipahu, HI

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Ernie Valle Tapat

Sep 29, 1950 - Dec 24, 2023

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Waipahu, HI

"Ernie Valle Tapat, 73, of Waipahu, passed away on December 24, 2023 at Queens West Oahu Hospital. He was born on Sept. 29, 1950 in San Juan, Philippines. Ernie was a retired landscaper with Fred Lau Landscaping Company He is predeceased by his parents, Pedro \u0026amp; Felicitas Tapat; sisters, Delia Molina, Flordeliza Galiza Gina Tapat, and half-brother, Carlito Galamgam. He is survived by his beloved wife, Francisca Tapat; Children: Jeanie (Sonny) Ramos, Analyn Tapat, Ernesto (Janet) Tapat Jr, Ernesto (Monica) Tapat III; Grandchildren: Jeanalyn (Jordan Jr) Dungca, Juanito (Ashlene) Bautista Jr, Justin (Ness) Tapat, Crystallyn Tapat, Jazmin (Matt) Davis, Christian Tapat, Hadden Tapat, Sophia Ramos, Zayn Araiz; Great Grandchildren: Jaezen Dungca, Azalene Bautista, Jazzlyn Dungca, Jreyzen Dungca, Nathan Tapat and Siblings: Rolinda (Delfin) Quiocho, Emelda (Francisco) Redaus, Nenita Dela Cruz, Florida (Danilo) Padasdao, and Mergie (Reynold) Queral. Visitation will be held from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, February 17, 2024, at Valley of the Temples (Main Chapel); service starts at 4 p.m."

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Lavelina Bual Domingo

Aug 15, 1929 - Dec 25, 2023

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Waipahu, HI

"Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, Diamond Head Mortuary, and Valley of the Temples is saddened to announce the passing of Lavelina Bual Domingo. We are honored to be serving the Domingo family during this time. Lavelina Domingo of Waipahu, passed away in Waipahu, Hawaii on Monday, December 25, 2023. She was born in Burgos Pangasinan, Philippines and is survived by her husband, Jamie Domingo, Children, Estela, Ernesto (Alicia), Marilyn (Felino), Larry, Grandchildren, Shirleen (Glenn), Ernesto Jr., Jeffrey (Linda), Jason, Fely, Lorilyn (Anthony), Larry Jr., Lorraine, Lucas, Lance, Larissa, Lorenzo, as well as 18 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild. Service for the late Lavelina Domingo will be held at Valley of the Temples Park Mortuary lower chapel."

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