FUNERAL NOTICES

Oct 25(21.) ELNORA HEE SOON "BILLIE" VYENIELO Age 94, passed away on October 17, 2020. Born in Honolulu to Cho Ok Cho and Helen Wall Bong Cho on October 3, 1926. Billie is remembered as a strong, generous, and independent woman with a lot of moxie. She was a shopper with a knack for getting the right sizes. She always had time to talk story, was intelligent, and aware of current events. Mom enjoyed the good life. Billie is survived by sisters Ann Evangelista and Rose Kaho`okele, daughters Tonia Vyenielo, Valerie Ota (Harvey), son Vance Vyenielo, grandchildren Verl Nakama (Tanya), Kekoa Ota (...) (End Date: Oct 25) (p3)
Oct 25(22.) REV. DR. GRANT SHAO CHI LEE 75, passed away on July 28, 2020. His cremains were scattered on the North Shore in a private ceremony on August 4. The family is planning a public memorial to be held at a future date. He is survived by his children, Tracy and Darren; grandsons Luke and Jedidiah Griffin; mother of his children, Priscilla; sister, Adrienne (Phil) Mark; and brother, Gregg; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. A webcast Celebrating Grant's life can be found at firstchinese.org/GrantLee Arrangements Provided By: Nuuanu Memorial Park & Mortuary LLC (End Date: Oct 25) (p3)
Oct 25(23.) THOMAS (TOM) ANTHONY HULTEN Thomas (Tom) Anthony Hulten passed away on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 12:30 am. Tom was under the gentle care of Hospice of Snohomish County and died at home surrounded by his family. Tom is finally at peace after his yearslong battle with cancer. Tom was born on December 30,1950 in Honolulu, Hawaii and grew up running up and down the canals that led to Kailua Beach. There he learned at a very young age how to fish with a bamboo pole from his kind and elderly Japanese neighbor. The love of fishing was then embedded (...) (End Date: Oct 25) (p3)
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