Charyn Jeanine Kehaulani Kaimikaua

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Charyn Jeanine Kehaulani Kaimikaua October 13, 1968 to August 18, 2002 Age 33 A loving daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend. Charyn was born in Redondo Beach, California, on October 13, 1968 and passed away into God's hands on August 18, 2002 after courageously battling a lengthy illness. Charyn was a very intelligent; bright; articulate and loving woman. She cared about everyone around her first and did not complain about life but rather rejoiced in it. She loved to laugh and make people laugh. She enjoyed being with her Family. She was always involved with Music and the Perfoming Arts. She graduated from South Torrance High School in 1986. She is lovingly survived by her parents, Charles and Yolanda Kaimikaua; brother, Chuck Kaimikaua; Sisters, Charla ''Dolly'' Fowler and Charmaine Kaimikaua; Brothers in law, Michael and Drew; Sister in Law, Regina; Nephews, Robert and Brian Congelliere and Matthew Lewis; Nieces, Brittany Roberts, Denise N. Anderson and Michelle Lewis; and Numerous Aunts, Uncles and Cousins from Hawaii, California to North Carolina. She will be tremendously missed by all of her family and friends and will be laid to rest in her ancestral homeland of Hawaii on the Island of Oahu. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 24, 2002 at 1:00PM at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints located at 22605 Kent ave in Torrance.

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  1. Dear Charles & Yolanda, I want to express my prayers and deepest sympathy to you and your family. I didn\’t have the opportunity to meet Charyn, (I wish I could of), but I have had the wonderful pleasure of meeting her sweet and loving parents. My prayer is that you both will feel the comfort of God\’s loving embrace during this difficult time. May God Bless you. Sincerely, Maggie Morse, Little Co. of Mary Hospital – Spiritual Care Dept.

  2. My baby sis, I regret that I ever raised my voice to you during your life and especially at any time through your illness. I remember your first few days of life and how rather loud your were. How you loved to goof off and watch Monty Python and Benny Hill TV shows. You have my permission to visit me in my dreams and to please let me know that you are doing fine. I will always love you baby girl! Just tell God that I\’m okay – just a little rough around the edges – and that I do have a sensitive side to those in need. Please tell him to make room for Regina and I and the rest of both of our families. Say hi to Jimmy. I will so very much miss you, but I think you already know that. May God and his Angels bless and watch over your spirit and soul until we all meet together again. I love you, Bunzi.

  3. Please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences on the loss of your loved one, Charyn. Our loving thoughts are with all of you.

  4. I worked with Charyn at Torrance Memorial Medical Center during her stays there, and was uplifted by her good humor and perseverance despite her pain from her illness. My condolences to all of her family.

  5. Yolanda, Chuck & Family, Just found out about Charyn\’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Hold on to all of your wonderful memories. God Bless You All. Jim and Blanche

  6. Dear Kaimikaua Family, Please accept my deepest sympathy for your great loss. When I saw Charyn and Mrs. Kaimikaua at the Torrance Civic Chorale a few years ago, Charyn was in a wheelchair, but I thought it was a temporary situation. God Bless you. Mrs. Vera Little

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