Obituaries for August 30
Alejandria “Alice” Gabonia Deuibar, 87, of Ocean View died Aug. 22 at home. Born in Pupukea, Oahu, she was a certified nurse’s aide, caregiver, former cafeteria assistant at Kamehameha School, custodian at Leeward Bowl, self-employed lunch wagon owner and a vendor at Kam Swap Meet. No services. Survived by her son, Nazarene (Rhona) Deuibar of Ocean View; brother, Juan Gabonia of Philippines; sisters, Paula Barrett and Abondia Esmenia of Honolulu; five grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
John F. Houlton, 65, of Keaau died Aug. 8 at Hilo Medical Center. Born in Sonoma, Calif., he was a Vietnam-era veteran in the U.S. Armed Forces. Services pending. No known survivors. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
Pamela Sue Lamont, 59, of Glenwood died Aug. 26 at Hospice of Hilo Pohai Malama Facility. Born in San Diego, she was a graduate of San Diego University, retired intensive care nurse and foster parent. Celebration of life Sunday, Sept. 1, at her home, 18-4160 North Glenwood Rd. No flowers; memorial contributions to Hospice of Hilo. Survived by husband, Bob Lamont of Glenwood; son, Joshua Lamont of Washington, D.C.; stepfather, Jim Forrey of San Diego; brother, John (Jill) Forrey of Sitka, Alaska; Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
Myles Mamoru Ota, 76, of Kealakekua died Aug. 23 at Kona Community Hospital. Born in Holualoa, he last worked for state Airports Division Visitors Information in Kona and was formerly an accountant at the Kona Hilton, King Kamehameha, and Kona Lagooon hotels and Bank of Hawaii. Private services. Survived by brother, Arnold (Carole) Ota of Kailua-Kona; sisters, Mildred (Charles) Okimura and Jeanette (Manfred) Masuda, both of Honolulu, and sister-in-law, Dora Jean Ota of Honolulu; several nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
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