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Memorial Services Set for All 5 Kula Crash Victims

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Annastachia A.K. Cruz-Kalua.

Karl T.A. Barrack.

Ambrose Pua Momoa Jr.

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Services for all five passengers who lost their lives in a tragic weekend car crash in Kula, Maui have been set.

Obituary notices published by Ballard Family Mortuary include the following information:

Karl T.A. Barrack (February 1, 1992 – March 25, 2012)

Friday, March 30, 2012: Visitation 6 to 9 p.m.; Service 7 p.m. at Ballard Family Mortuary.  Barrack, 20, of Makawao was a farmer, according to a memorial notice. Barrack was born in Wailuku, and passed away on March 25, 2012 at the Maui Memorial Medical Center. According to an obituary notice, Barrack is survived by his parents, Taito (Dawn Elizabeth Gottlieb) Barrack; brother, Nicholas Wilson Mitsuaki Barrack; step-brothers, Brian Awai, Daniel Awai; and grandmother, Dorren Pfeltzer.

Ambrose Pua Momoa Jr. (December 16, 1991 – March 25, 2012)

Friday April 6, 2012: Visitation 6 to 9 p.m.; Service 7 p.m. at Ballard Family Mortuary. Momoa, 20, 0f Wailuku, was born in Wailuku.  Momoa was a student at the University of Hawaii Maui College.  He is survived by his parents, Ambrose and RoseAnn Momoa Sr.; sisters, Rose (Raymond) Lee, Angela Rose Mildred Momoa, Azlynn Puamana (Jonathan Adam McCoey) Momoa; thee nieces; and five nephews, according to a memorial notice.

Remington Taylor Redwell (July 26, 1991 – March 25, 2012)

Saturday, April 7, 2012: A celebration of life will be held at Ballard Family Mortuary with visitation from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, and an open mic for sharing over urn to start at 10 a.m.  Redwell, 20, of Lahaina, Maui was born in Los Angeles, California, according to a celebration of life notice.   The notice states that Redwell is survived by his father, Ronald Redwell; sister, Raven T. Redwell; aunts, Dolores Wong, Jann Williams Washington, Laurie Steele; and numerous cousins.

Steven Robert Shaw (September 25, 1991 – March 25, 2012)

Saturday, April 7, 2012: Visitation, 9 a.m. to 12 noon; Service starts at 10 a.m. at Ballard Family Mortuary.  Shaw, 20, of Kula, was born in Kealakekua, Hawaii.  Shaw was a culinary arts student at the University of Hawaii Maui College, according to a memorial notice.  The memorial notification states that Shaw is survived by his father, Robert K. Shaw; mother, Lorraine (Anthony Estrada) Smyth; sister, Kadian Shaw; grandparents, Erik Toler, Patricia Toler, Robert Smyth, Yvonne Murtha, David Mendoza; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and hanai family, Lin Kee Ohana, Mahuna Ohana, and girlfriend, Makayla King.

Annastachia A.K. Cruz-Kalua (August 19, 1992 – March 25, 2012)

Friday, April 13, 2012: Visitation, 6 to 9 p.m.; Services start at 7 p.m. at Grace Bible Church in Upcountry, Maui.  Cruz-Kalua, 19, of Makawao, was born in Honolulu, according to the service notice.  The posting notes that Cruz-Kalua was an Assistant Manager at KM Polynesian Productions.  She is reportedly survived by her parents, Bill-Werner K. Manuel Jr., and Georgieanna K. Kalua; brothers, Devon-Werner Kalua-Manuel, Bill-Werner Manuel III, Quincy Manuel; sisters, Anela Manuel, Anna-Marie Manuel; grandmothers, Madelene Adams, Ivy Pagelsdorf; god mother, Yolanda; and numerous cousins and family members.

***Information courtesy Ballard Family Mortuary obituary notices

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  • Billy Jack

    RIP. Peace and blessings to all these young peoples family and friends.

  • Top Shottah

    God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.  Submit yourselves then to God.  Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.  Come near to God and he will come near to you.  Wash your hands you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded. Grieve, mourn, and wail. Change oyur laughter to mourning and your joy to gloom.  Humble yourselves before the LORD and he will lift you up. 

    James 4:6-10
     
       As selfish as it may seem, the LORD has the blueprints for ALL of our lives!  Treasure your time here, minister HIS word, and lean not on your own understanding.  For GOD is my LORD and Savior.  I know that HE called his children home not suffer, yet he left one here on earth to suffer for what he has done just as GOD left the centurian who stabbed Jesus’ side while on the cross to roam this earth for eternity.  Everyday that goes by, this boy will have to live with the consequences of his actions and have to face judgement when its his turn to face judgement, which is not of this earth.  Let GOD deal with him as HE already has!  Pray that one day his soul will find peace!  The truth will show its face.  Vengence, hate, and revenge is not necessary for a dog that’s alreeady wounded.  His turn to face GOD WILL COME…and I pray for his soul!
       Father GOD, I lift up a prayer for ALL who have been impaced by the events that took place on March 25th. I know that you have called your children home to rest besides you.  Let no man take destiny into their own hands as YOU have created the path in which we shall walk to follow you.  Greed, jealousy, envy, slander, I denounce all negative things that has become of a situation that was put in place as an example for us to learn from. Begraeful for the all mighty knows ALL!
    God Bless to all and put this hurt to rest. Live for GOD, Love you ohana, and love yourself!  GOD Bless, Keep your press, Shake off stress, and NEVER settle for less!

    Bless Up,

    • JSantos

      Enough of the GD preaching in here.  ffs!  Save it for the church.  A short condolences is enough.

      • Top Shottah

        Here is a prime example of a kindergarten education.  Just wanted to send their souls a prayer, yet you showed
         2 two things, not just to me, bu to those who literate in the english language:
        #1- That all you did in school was take naps, even during the spelling tests! 
        #2- You lack faith, the faith, the kind of faith that would send prayers up for the people whose lives were cut short, & mis-spelling a word that even someone with down syndrome could even spell GOD! So please no disrespect someone who is praying for them, and no act like an “Internet Gangsta”.  Respect those that you don’t know, because you don’t know them and they unlike you don’t fear little people that type heavy!  Anyone can swell their chest
        writing heavy comments via the internet…look while Gay Santos was  getting heavy and you either forgot the “O” for GOD or the “E” for G.E.D.which is probably what you ended up settling for.  So now you know, I hope you proud of your spelling or lack there of!!! Eh, by the way I heard Ka Lima O’ Maui is hiring…you don’t need to know how to spell to cut grass!

        P.S. What’s F.F.S.    F.orgot F.or S.pell??? LMFAO!!!!!

         BLESS UP , 

        • JSantons

          LOL.  Wow…  slay me with your spelling skills.  Truly shows your lack of a good argument.  And again, save it for the church, spare us your mama drama.  And FFS look it up.

        • JSantos

          TopShittah…. 

          Here ya go big boy:

          h t t p : / / w w w . u r b a n d i c t i o n a r y . c o m / d e f i n e . p h p ? t e  r m = F F S   

        • LiveMaui

          Top Shottah, do you not know what an acronym is?  JSantos actually didn’t have one misspelling in her post, where as your post has three typos.  Well done.  :)

  • Gern Blanston

    The headline for this story is a bit misleading.  There were three OTHER victims- in the other car.  They weren’t doing anything wrong.  They weren’t drunk out of their minds.  They weren’t high on who knows what kind of illegal drugs.  They hadn’t spent all night at a rave party out in the sticks.  They weren’t flying down the highway at 100 miles per hour in a car driven by a wanted criminal with a license revoked for DUII.

    We should keep THOSE victims in our thoughts and prayers too.


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