Maui Obituary Notices: Week of April 19

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Nancy Clark

Nancy Clark

September 23, 1949 – March 8, 2020

Nancy Melinda Clark went home to be with her Lord, Sunday, March 8, 2020. Nancy is survived by her son Chris Long, daughter-in-law Tui Long, granddaughter Vaelei Long, sisters Ginger Clark, Sherry Uyeda, and Mundy Alcala, and brother Dave Clark, along with many cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Nancy worked many years for the Lahaina Post Office and for Kaunoa delivering Meals On Wheels. In retirement, she volunteered for Feed My Sheep and helped to feed the poor and homeless, attended Kumalani Chapel, and enjoyed water aerobics at the Lahaina Aquatics Center.

A celebration of her life is pending.

Madelin Bucauto

Madelin Bucauto

May 26, 1931 – March 26, 2020

Madelin Oclinaria Bucauto, 88, of Kula, Maui passed away under the care of Hospice Maui on March 26, 2020. She was born on May 26, 1931 in Hāna, to the late Ceflerino and Jacinta Oclinaria. She was a retired certified nursing aide at Kula Hospital. She was pre-deceased by her husband Gregorio Bivit Bucauto.

She is survived by her sons, Gregory Bucauto and Thomas Bucauto; daughter, Anna Marie McKuhen; 4 grandchildren; and 5 great grandchildren. Madelin’s family wishes to have services at a later date when it is deemed safe for all her family and friends to come together to celebrate her life.


Arrangements by Norman’s Mortuary.

Clarence Ferreira

December 13, 1954 – April 2, 2020

Clarence was a loving husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, and friend to many. He was very artistic, creative, loved sports, and was an active member and volunteer at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 46 years, Madelene “Lena”; Sons Casey (Mary) and Corey; Granddaughters Zoey and Macey; Mother Dorothy Burgess (Macanas); Sisters Leimomi (Doug) Silva and Evonne (James) Miyahira; Brothers Michael (Darlene) Ferreira, Kenneth (Janet) Ferreira and Philip (Dee) Ferreira; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Due to current events, a Mass and celebration of life will be scheduled for a later date.


Delores Anderson

Delores Anderson

March 10, 1930 – April 8, 2020

Delores was full of life and a very caring and loving person, and she loved to feed everyone that came over to visit. She lived most of her adult life in Denver Colorado until the passing of her husband Bob.

She had an adventurous spirit and she and her sister Jerrie decided to sell everything and move to Hawaiʻi after visiting her cousin Margie in Naʻalehu in 2002. Delores was a devout Catholic and loved Father Steve, whom was also a big part of the reason the sisters moved to Hawaiʻi. She loved the island life and viewing the whales, dolphins and other wildlife. She also loved her children, grandchildren, and Jerrie’s boys.

Delores Virginia Anderson was born March 10, 1930 in Muskegon Michigan to Raymond and families, which made it hard being so far away, but she had lots of visits from everyone over the years. Delores stayed close with her cousin Margie and Margie’s husband Bob as they would spend their winters in a house just up the street from hers. Her close friend Judy was also a big part of here life and stayed and took care of her just before her passing. Delores touched all that knew her and she will be deeply missed.Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary Hilo.

Shannon Horiuchi

December 8, 1954 – April 13, 2020

Shannon Sakae Horiuchi, 65 of Hilo Died April 13, 2020. Born in Honolulu; he was a retired County of Hawaiʻi Park Caretaker.


Private services held.

Shannon is survived by wife Salome Horiuchi of Hilo; daughters Jennifer (Ramon) Cabison, Shelley (Gaven) Fukunaga, Jessica Horiuchi of Hilo; brothers Leighton (Rhonda) Horiuchi, Baron Horiuchi, Ivan Horiuchi, Kevin (Linda) Horiuchi, Dan Horiuchiof Hilo; sister Gwen (Dennis) O’Brien of Hilo; 7 grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins.

Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.


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