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Adam Kaiwi

Adam Lupi Kaiwi

Wednesday, October 27th, 1926 - Friday, November 20th, 2020
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Adam Lupi Kaiwi, 94 of Hana, Maui peacefully passed away at his residence on Friday, November 20, 2020. He was born on October 27, 1926 in Kipahulu, Maui.

He is survived by his children Jacqueline (Hayden) Woodward, Aileen (Clayton) Carvalho, Earl (Mae Dae) Kaiwi, Roberta (Duane) Kaupe, Lester (Harolen) Kaiwi, Alvina (John) Buist, Alvin (Selmahling) Kaiwi, Patricia (Danny) Pascua, Paula Kaiwi, Alan Kaiwi, Tammy (Wayne) Delima, Sandra (Nick) Baca, Bridget Kaiwi, and his sisters Ida (Raymond) Oliveira, and Sophie (Glenn) Castro, 62 grandchildren, 151 great grands and 23 great greats.

He is predeceased by his wife Helene Kawi, his children Paul (Geraldine) Kaiwi, Judy (Ekela) Kaauamo, Leroy Kaiwi, Valerie-Jean Kaiwi, Annette Kaiwi, and brother Joseph (Jerry) Kaiwi.

Adam “Papa Jack” was a hard working man. He was a man of many trades from construction at Grace Brothers, to ranching at Kipahulu Ranch, to maintenance and repair at Hasegawa General Store. “Pops” was well respected for his fluent speaking of Hawaiian language and many sought him for his wisdom concerning Hawaiian medicinal remedies. He was always found with a smile on his face and an extra kick in his step.

Services will be held at Norman’s Mortuary. Please contact Lea Kalalau at 281-8741 for service information.
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Derrick Wong

Posted at 10:16am
To Uncle Jack's Kaiwi family,
I want to express my most sorrowful condolence to the passing of a great man. I am Derrick Wong formerly of Hana, I am the grandson of Margaret and William (TuTu) Starkey. Aunty Helene was my aunt, my mom is Emelia (Aunty Amy) Lim one of her sisters. I grew up in Hana until I was 11 years of age and grew up with Jacqueline, Paul, Judy, Leroy, Eileen and Annette. I remember Uncle Jack as a wonderful and hard worker, remembered him as a ranch hand at Kapahulu Ranch with my grandfather as the Ranch Manager. I last met Uncle Jack in 2014 when I visited Hana and met him at the Hasegawa Gen Store. I am visiting Maui next year and had wanted to meet with him and other family relatives. I will stop and visit Puuiki Hill church to pay my respects to the family when I go there. I am so sorry for your loss of such a patriarch, a great man, my Uncle. Aloha.
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