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Momi Chiyoko Kwan

15 August, 192920 October, 2020

Borthwick Mortuary Drive-Thru Visitation: Tuesday, November 24 11:00 am – 12:15 pm, Enter from Vineyard Blvd & Maunakea St

Momi Chiyoko Kwan, age 91, lovingly known as Grams to her ohana, was peacefully called home to glory from her long time residence in Waimanalo on Tuesday, October 20, 2020.

She was truly a Woman of Excellence, a loving mother, grand, great-grand, and great-great-grandmother, amazing sister, friend, powerful prayer warrior & Mother of the Lamb of God Church & Bible School.

Grams and Akung, reunited, at last, will celebrate their heavenly 69th wedding anniversary on November 24, 2020.

Momi was fiercely loved and cared for by her children Melvalyn "Nani" (Randy) Hudgens, Rose (Dudley) Dudoit, Melvin Kaua Jr. (Brenette) Kwan, Vernon (Charmae) Kwan, Aaron (Lynda) Kwan, Kaleo (Jen) Kwan, and Kalei'ui (Pono) Duvauchelle.

Grams was the best caretaker, pancake chef, and cocoa cracker maker, deeply loved by her many Grandchildren, Great-grandchildren, & Great-great grandchildren.

Please join us as we celebrate her amazing life on Tuesday, November 24, 2020. A virtual celebration will take place from 9:30 am - 10:30 am via Facebook and a drive-thru visitation from 11:15 am - 12:15 pm at Borthwick Mortuary, 1330 Maunakea St. Please follow the white balloons.

Please remain in your vehicle throughout your drive-thru visit and be sure to wear your face mask.

If you would like to join us virtually, please contact Kalei'ui (808) 397-4748.

Momi will be laid to rest at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery in Kaneohe.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.BorthwickOahu.com for the Kwan family.

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Lydia Ahuna Kaui

November 19, 2020

Remembering Aunty Momi is a wonderful child-hood
Memory...from Sunday School in Waimanalo at
The Kalbrum’s house to Aunty Mary Pua’s home
And home church..The Lamb of God Church and Bible 612 Isenburg St. Honolulu and Makaha too...I still remember..

Aunty always was a very warm person and loving too. When I’ve run into her on occasion,
She always said Jesus loves you and His coming
Soon...She’s just gone ahead just like the others
That I so fondly remember...to be with our
Lord and Savior Jesus Christ..until we meet
Again...much Aloha to your Ohana🥰

May Jesus Bless you all with His Loving Peace..

Lydia Ahuna Kaui🌺
Kapaa, Kauai by way of Waimanalo 💜


Terry Tanaka

November 10, 2020

Aunty Momi you will be missed by many but will live in many hearts as well to carry on your legacy. Dad named me after you too n it is an honor to know who I was named after. Your talks of wisdom to encourage me to go forth hang on to Jesus and grow all kinds plants. Dad gave me the same lecture. Jesus is Great!!! Miss you all in heaven your love remains in our hearts forever until we meet again...your niece Terrylynn n John and Dad too. A hui hou Aunty Momi

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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