Kealoha, John a 44 year resident of Torrance, passed away on Friday, April 14, 2006 in Torrance. Born in Hawaii, John was 68 when he died. John had served in the Air Force and was a member of St. Lawrence Martyr. He is survived by Wife, Camille Kealoha of Torrance, CA, Son, John Kealoha of Long Beach, CA, Daughter, Carleen Ramirez of Torrance, CA, Sister, Julia Merrill of PA and Brother, Guy Ruiz of HI. Preceded in death by Mother, Margaret Kealoha and Father, John Kealoha Sr. A memorial mass will be held at St. Lawrence Martyr Church on Saturday, May 6, 2006 at 11:00 A.M.

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  1. To the Kealoha family, It has been many years since John used to play catch with his son and I. I would often spend time over at their house and the family opened their arms to me. I have lived in Hi the last 19 years, briefly in Waimea, Kauai, and have always remembered the Kealoha’s. Our heartfelt condolences. May God rest his soul. Aloha, Geoff and Carol McPherson

  2. To Camille and Family, Thinking of you and wishing you comfort in your memories, John will be truly missed. I hope knowing that Jr. will be there to meet him will be a comfort to you. Our deepest sympathy and prayers Much Love and Aloha The late Pedro L. Corpuz, Jr. and Lourdes D. Corpuz and Family

  3. Aunty, Carlene, John & Family, I am glad that I was able to see Uncle John when you folks were here for the wedding. His happy spirits and his “wanting to play golf” will be greatly missed. Although he has left too soon, Uncle is now with the Lord and will be with you and your family in spirit and will watch over you and the grandkids. My prayers are with you always…. Love & Aloha, Juvy

  4. Aunty Camille, Carlene, John John, and Family, We are so deeply saddened about your loss. May God Bless you and your families during these difficult times, and may you find Uncle John’s spirit in his beautiful grandchildren. Although we can not be there…we will be praying for him and for you. We’ll miss him greatly. Love, Elizabeth, Giancarlo, and Isabel

  5. Dear Kealoha Family, In addition to the condolences that my family has sent, I wanted to share with you the impact that Uncle John has had on my life. Thinking back on my childhood, I cannot think of happier times then times spent with him and “our families” on camping trips. He made camping so much fun for the kids, and being the youngest of the crew he made it especially fun for me by helping me hunt for the scary “Kaludus” monster…which we never caught, but ran away from many many times! Looking for scorpions under rocks…sitting on his lap while listening to stories around the campfire…easter egg hunting in the desert…jumping off rocks into natural pools…and of course…learning how to ride a motorcycle! All of these memories will keep his spirit alive! I thank him for many happy times! Love, Elizabeth Stanton-DiPrima

  6. Dearest Aunty Millie, Carleen & Dave, John-John & Jasmine & Keiki’s We remember Uncle at his recent visit in March. A special time to celebrate with family, The kids remember his huge smile, his huge hug. Sharing & Laughing with family. A father’s love is like no other, precious and unconditional. Although Uncle was taken from us so suddenly, he will feel no more pain, for he is sitting next to our Lord up above. Remember the good times, the laughter the smiles. We will truly miss him. Although we are far away and couldn’t be with you all, we are glad that we had a chance to see Uncle one last time. Remember you are in our Thoughts and Prayers, now and always.

  7. Aunty Camille, Carlene, John John, and Family, I just wanted to let you know that even though I only knew Uncle John for a few years he always made me feel like family and I will forever be greatful for that. It was always great to come visit the inlaws in CA and Uncle John would take me golfing even if Mr.Stanton couldn’t come. Thanks for the memories Uncle John and God bless you and your family. Giancarlo DiPrima

  8. I worked with John at Continental for many years. He was one of the best men I ever worked with. He was always smiling & treated everyone with respect. My condolences to all his family.

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