Misa Jade Kaneshiro, 98, of Hilo died Feb. 1 at a private care home in Keaau. Born in Turlock, Calif., and sent with her family to Amache Relocation Center in Granada, Colo., during World War II, she was a board member of the former Food Fair Supermarkets and Kaneshiro &Sons, homemaker, gardener, member of senior bowling teams and a Hawaiian quilt and feather lei crafter. Private services held. No flowers or koden (monetary gifts). Survived by children, Karleen Tindall of San Francisco, Sheila Yamamoto of Honolulu, Glenn (Lynnette) Kaneshiro of Hilo, Diane Pierce of Volcano, Gale (James Pullen) Kaneshiro of San Diego and Janice (Steward) Nazzaro of Denver; brother, George Yokoi of El Cerrito, Calif.; sisters-in-law, Takeko Inouye of San Francisco and Sadako Kaneshiro of Hilo; 13 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.