Betty Apo

Betty Fusayo Apo

Sunday, December 19th, 1926 - Thursday, July 30th, 2020
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Betty Fusayo Apo, 93 of Wailuku, Hawaii peacefully passed away on Thursday, July 30, 2020 under the care of Hale Makua. She was born in Lahaina, Hawaii on December 19, 1926 to the late Sukenkuro and Sadako Kawakami.

She is survived by her only son, Gordon Kamee Kahele Apo and her sisters in law, Alice Kawakami, Kuuipo Apo (Richard) Yip, Frances Apo, Louise Apo and Maria Apo.

She is predeceased by her loving husband, George E. Apo; children, Sheldon K. Apo, Georgetta L. Apo and Donna Marie Apo; brothers, Wataru Kawakami and Kazumi Kawakami; sisters, Fumiko Kiyokawa, Cecilia Kawakami, Florence Villarian and Yoshiko Yamamoto.

She attended Waihe’e School and then Baldwin High School until her sophomore year. She worked at Lahaina Canary, Maui Pineapple Canary and Honolulu Dole Canary where she then retired as a server at Iao School cafeteria. In 1962 she became a baptized Catholic. Mom and dad wed in 1946 and had four children. She enjoyed cooking and I loved her French toast, chiffon cake and that is what I would take for class parties. She even made guava cake and jelly. We would go upcountry and pick guavas and we would see it over a pot. She would sow the base on the quilt and then my grandma would do the quilting. She would also do embroidering for Doilies and Pillow Case. She was a housekeeper at St. Anne’s. She had good times because they would have pot luck. She was also a part of Waihe’e Senior Citizen Club.
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