How you can say goodbye–both in body and in spirit–to a well loved Punahou74 classmate.
John “Keoni” Tyler will be remembered by friends and family at 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 11, 2014. Services will be held at Kana Girl’s Hawaiian BBQ (3912 W. State Street in Boise, Idaho).
As unexpected as Keoni’s departure was for us, it was
even more unexpected for his family. As with many entrepreneurs, the focus was upon the launch and growth of Kana Girl’s. The long hours, hard work, and Keoni’s excellent cooking were appreciated by legions of fans seeking traditional Hawaiian “plate lunch” served with aloha. Quite the treat in snowy Boise!
But, as with many budding tycoons, when all of the resources and attention go towards the business, there is less for the household. Such was the case with Keoni, and his family needs help paying his funeral and other final expenses.
Can they receive your help? They sure do need it.
An online site has been established through which donations may be made via credit card. Click here to make your donation.
Mahalo for giving from the heart as we say aloha to “Keoni the Kook.” Mahalo plenty for any amount you can provide.
P.S. Alvin and Renee Ahuna Cabrinha will be there on Saturday. What about you?