The Garden Island

FUNERAL NOTICES

Jun 16(1.) MIYOKO SHISHIDO 91, of Kaneohe, passed away on June 7, 2020. Born in Puna, Hawaii, she was a retired secretary for First Insurance of Hawaii. Preceded in death by husband, Raymond, she is survived by son, Russell; daughter, Gail (Patrick) Uza; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brothers, George (Thelma), Alvin (Cynthia), and Michael Kawaguchi; sisters, Margaret Sasaki, Agnes Fujimoto, Suemi (Manabu) Iseri, Geraldine Tasaka, Carol Halstead, and Sharon Tani. Private services held. Arrangements Provided By: Hosoi Garden Mortuary (End Date: Jun 16) (p1)
Jun 16(2.) GUY "TESH" YUKIO TESHIMA Of Honolulu, passed peacefully at home on May 28, 2021. Born on April 18, 1954, Guy graduated from Kalani High School and retired from Coca-Cola Bottling. His passion was playing with his grandchildren and umpiring with the local Little League. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Dawn, 3 sisters, daughter Tiffany (Shay) Hirota, son Travis (Jelly) Teshima, and 5 grandchildren. Private services to be held. Arrangements Provided By: Nuuanu Memorial Park & Mortuary LLC (End Date: Jun 16) (p1)
Jun 13(3.) EDITH JARDIN BOTELHO 86, passed away at home peacefully with family at her side on May 22, 2021. Predeceased by her husband Alfred A. Botelho and is survived by children Alfred A. Botelho Jr., (Angela) and Ardith Matsuda, (Scott) and grandchildren: Nicholas, Arianna, Josh Botelho, Alana and Duke Matsuda. Born on Maui, Edith moved to Honolulu where she worked at Hawaiian Telephone Company for 37 years. She will be reunited with her husband at Punchbowl Cemetery. (End Date: Jun 27) (p1)
Jun 13(4.) CHARLES KEN YORIO KHIM, ESQ. Charles Ken Yorio Khim, age 66, passed away peacefully on the morning of March 14, 2021 at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, after a long battle with kidney illness. Born in Honolulu, Charles was a labor attorney who was passionate about the law and advocating for the underdog. He spent most of his career as legal counsel to many of Hawaii's labor unions that represented thousands of city and state government employees, and some in private sector jobs. Charles received his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. He earned a (...) (End Date: Jun 16) (p1)