9A WEST HAWAII TODAY | FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2016 OBITUARIES Editor’s note: Obituaries are published free of charge as a public service. The content is subject to editing to ensure parity treatment and style continuity. Date of publication cannot be guaranteed. Memorial advertisements may be purchased through the newspaper advertising department. Priscilla Panilo Priscilla Panilo, 70, of Waimea died March 6, 2016, at the North Hawaii Community Hospital. Born in Honokaa. she was a crew trainer at the Waimea McDonalds and member of the Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Honokaa. Friends may call at 5 p.m. March 28 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Honokaa for a 7 p.m. Mass. Friends may also call at 10 a.m. March 29 at Kalopa Catholic Cemetery for urn committal. The family requests casual attire be worn. She is survived by sons, Dave (Michelle) Tabancura of Temecula, Calif., Danny (Kaylee) Tabancura of Kukaiau; daughter, Lorelei (David) Higaki of Waimea; brothers, John (Nora) Panilo of Corpus Christi, Texas, Wilfred (Jane) Panilo of Woodland Park, Colo., Douglas (Fujii) Panilo of Anchorage, Alaska; sister, Clara (Joe) Flores of Corpus Christi, Texas; six grandchildren, two hanai grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and godchildren. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary. Ernest Abara Ernest Jose Abara, 76, of Captain Cook died Feb. 15, 2016, at Hospice of Kona’s Nakamaru Hale. Born Nov. 11, 1939, in Laoag City, Philippines, he was a houseman at the Royal Kona Resort, member of the Ilocano Ancestry Club, Local 5 Union and St. Benedict’s Catholic Church. Friends may call at 4 p.m. March 29 at St. John’s Catholic Church in Kealakekua for a 6 p.m. Mass. Refreshments will follow. The family requests casual attire. He is survived by sisters, Francisca Delo Santos, Dominga Guillermo, both of Captain Cook, Margarita Medina of the Philippines; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, grandnieces, grandnephews; two great-grandnieces. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary. Joseph DeLuz Joseph Jacinth DeLuz, 82, of Waimea died March 12, 2016, on Maui. Born Dec. 28, 1932, in Hawaii, he operated his own landscaping business. Friends may call at 10 a.m. April 8 at the Annunciation Catholic Church in Waimea for a service. Condolences may be posted at ballardfamilymortuaries. com. He is survived by wife, Jill DeLuz of Waimea, stepsons, Robert (Patty) Kaula of Hilo, Harold Kaula of Waimea; brother, Jacinth DeLuz of Waimea; sisters, Shirley DeLuz, Barbara DeLuz, Betty DeLuz and Rose Hatakayama, all of Waimea; six grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary-Kona. David K. 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FIRE TESTED, HAMMER APPROVED Knifemaker David Brunetta heats the metal in a propane forge with temperatures reaching 2,100 degrees at the Naalehu Public Library free blacksmith demonstration on Wednesday. PHOTOS BY LAURA SHIMABUKU/WEST HAWAII TODAY A shape takes form as metal is pounded. Joel Loman, 4, shows his coloring page to blacksmith Richard “Spike” Blaine.
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