Death of Edward Kawaihoa Hanapi, 1930.

Edward Hanapi, Veteran County Employe, Dead

Following an illness of two years, Edward Kawaihoa Hanapi, 59, veteran county employe, died at the Queen’s hospital last night. Although ill for a long period, he was not confined to the hospital until during the last week.

Born on Molokai December 7, 1870, Hanapi would have been 60 years old next Saturday. Hanapi wad educated in the Kamehameha Schools and for many years was employed by the City and County as a record searcher. His friends in Honolulu and on the other islands are legion.

Surviving Hanapi are four sons, Frank, who is in Chicago; Michael, of New York; Edward, Jr., and Emperor, both of Honolulu; two daughters, Mrs. Ernest Heen, wife of the secretary to Mayor Wilson, and Mrs. Dewey K. Allen; one brother, Judge Robert Puuki, Kauai, and two sisters, Mrs. Lilly Kawelo and Mrs. Lucy Bungo, both of Honolulu.

Services will be held Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock from Silva’s undertaking establishment. Burial will be in the Diamond Head cemetery.

(Advertiser, 11/30/1930, p. 12)

Honolulu Advertiser, 75th Year, Number 15,731, Page 12. November 30, 1930.

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