Aloha from the 50th state! Everyone deserves to be remembered and Find-A-Grave makes this possible.
My entries are made with the utmost respect and it is always my goal to honor the life of the deceased by transcribing information with accuracy and care. When I add a burial record, it is not unusual for me to observe a moment of silence in honor of the deceased and to offer a prayer to God for those who remain.
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David K. Gushiken Aloha, my name is Paul. I just saw your entry for David Gushiken and just wanted to let you know so you can add this to his Bio that he was born in Wailuku, Maui and he lived in Pearl City on Oahu Ewa County till his death. David was my Uncle.
Thanks! Mahalo! Thanks for leaving flowers on Max's grave. It has been so long since I have been to the islands. I had a cousin that lived on Oahu for years. Her husband was in the military , and he was stationed there. I think next to Heaven, God did his best work of beauty when he created Hawaiian Islands. Have a safe Labor Day! Aloha, Dana