Obituaries for March 15
Glenna Mae Barnett, 86, of Pahoa died March 8 at home. Born in Waterfalls, S.D., she was a retired welder. Services held. Survived by daughters, Judy Marie Segobia of California and Carrie Rochelle Barnett of Missouri; sons, Donald Lee Barnett of Texas, William George Barnett of Pahoa, Larry Lawrence Barnett of Texas and Gary David Barnett of California; 11 grandchildren, plus great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
Yoshikazu Suenobu, 86, of Pahala died Feb. 21 at home. Born in Puna, he was a retired Ka‘u High School science teacher, taught at the former Waiakea Kai School, member of Naalehu United Methodist Church, former Scoutmaster and U.S. Army veteran during the Korean War. Visitation 9-10 a.m. Tuesday (March 21) at Naalehu United Methodist Church. Funeral service at 10 a.m. Burial at noon Wednesday, March 22, at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Casual attire. Survived by wife, Joyce Suenobu of Pahala; son, Andrew (Yumiko) Suenobu of Honolulu; sister, Anne Shino of Sandy, Utah; nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
Emi Emiko Ueda, 80, of Kealakekua died Feb. 22 at Kona Community Hospital. Born in Honalo, she was a retired county office assistant for U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Home Administration, charter member of Kona Daifukuji Orchid Club and member of Kona Senior and P&R Bowling leagues, Kona Hongwanji Mission and its Buddhist Women’s Association, Kona Japanese Civic Club, Kumamoto Kenjinkai and Akitsu Kumiai. Visitation 3-4 p.m. Sunday (March 19) at Kona Hongwanji Buddhist Temple in Kealakekua. Memorial service at 4 p.m. Casual attire; no flowers. Survived by husband, Edwin Ueda of Kealakekua; sons, Lester (Barbara) Ueda of Hilo, Glenn (Mary Ann) Ueda of Lynnwood, Wash., Calvin (Judy) Ueda of Las Vegas and Jason Ueda of Hilo; brothers, Tadashi (Sadako) Kaneko of Honolulu, Tetsuo (Kay) Kaneko of Keopu, Yoshiyuki (Emiko) Kaneko of Kealakekua and Herbert (Vivian) Kaneko of Honolulu; sisters, Mitsue Sakamoto of Honolulu, Kimiko Sato of California and Asako Kajioka of Honolulu; grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews and cousins. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
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