AVIS DE DÉCÈS

William Lawrence Rejincos Jr.

5 juin 194425 février 2021
Visionner la présentation hommage

William L. Rejincos Jr, 76 Passed away on Februrary 25, 2021 he was born June 5, 1944, in Honolulu Hawaii and resided in Las Vegas for the past 26 years. He is preceded in death by his beloved wife Naomi Rejincos, daughter Marlene Vea, Mother Lillian O. Ramos & Father William L. Rejincos Sr. He is survived by his children Lillian Reyes, William L. Rejincos III, Alexander Rejincos, Revelmadora Rejincos, Bernadine Parengit, Clara Sunio, Desiree Kekahuna. Siblings Linda Enfield, Toni Loa, Jeri Koanui (deceased), Lynette Keanu, John Kerston, his grandchildren, great grand-children and a host of nieces and nephews and extended family.

Visitation will be from 10am-12noon Sunday April 11, 2021. Private services and interment immediately following all at Palm Northwest Mortuary 6701 N Jones Blvd. Las Vegas, Nevada 89131

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

Services

  • Visitation

    dimanche, 11 avril , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    dimanche, 11 avril , 2021

  • Committal Service

    dimanche, 11 avril , 2021

Souvenirs

William Lawrence Rejincos Jr.

VOUS AVEZ UN SOUVENIR OU DES CONDOLÉANCES À AJOUTER?

ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Victor Luoenui-Corpuz

9 avril , 2021

I remember when I was in the 4th or 5th grade the entire family went to my dad's annual company picnic at Ala Moana Beach Park. There were hundreds of people in attendance with lots of food and games. It was a sunny and perfect day.

I decided to enter one of the relays, the backward crab-walk. It required me to walk backwards with my hands positioned behind me and pressed firmly into the ground, feet placed in front of me and hips raised toward the sky.

There were a lot of kids and everyone took their position. As soon as the whistle blew signaling us to go, I took off. Because I was crawling backwards, I had no idea how far I was from the finish line. I decided to look on both sides of me to see if anyone was near or in front of me. What I did see was Uncle with a huge grin on his face, jumping, running and flaying his arms.

"Go! Go! Go!" Uncle yelled.

That's when I realized I was way ahead of the other kids. With Uncle cheering me on, I kept going. I was just a few feet away from the finish line when I suddenly got a CRAMP! I couldn't move. I looked to the side of me again and I could see Uncle still encouraging me to not give up. Unfortunately, I ended up not winning but I did finish the race. At the end, Uncle was still beaming with excitement and encouragement.

That was my Uncle–encouraging, advising, and always showing interest in what I was doing. He would share his challenges and successes, and the word of God.

Uncle, you had set the bar high for all other uncles out there to follow, including myself. May God keep you safe. Rest in peace with aunty and the rest of our Ohana that crossed over. I will miss you, Whenever I’m feeling discouraged, I will think of you cheering and encouraging me to not give up and to “Go! Go! Go!"

A Hui Hou Makou e ‘Anakala.

Your nephew,
Victor


Lillian Reyes

31 mars , 2021

chantelle marie paopao

31 mars , 2021

i will surely miss u and ur wonderful smile and your beautiful words telling me " Hi channy, How are you my sweetie? How are u doing? How's the husband and kids doing? or "So who's acting up now, u like me beat team up? every single time u came back to Hawaii. I will surely miss recieving ur oils that u would give me to help my husband heal from the stroke he had. Most of all is hearing ur voice everytime i would call and ask u to pray for me because i was having a really bad day and u would, thank u for everything that u have taught me growing up. I'll never forget when u use to always grumble underneath ur breathe and for some odd reason its like grandma knew and she would alway say "what was that Bill? And if she really was mad at u she would say Pilialoha instead.
I forever carry all the memories i have of u and grandma and share it with my kids and even neices and nephews and let them know i had the best grandma and grandpa in the world. You may have been always lecturing us wen we was little but now i understand why.
Until we meet again in the kingdom of God
I will always love u. Truly missed but never forgotten.

Love always,
channy, ray and ur grandkids

Silla McLean

28 mars , 2021

Heaven has gained an awesome man! How bless I was to have an uncle who always supported and loved me. May you bask in the glory of God and all his love.
A hui hou mākou i ka lani
Mahalo no kou aloha a me kou kākoʻo.
Aloha a haʻo iā ʻoe e kou ʻanakala 💖

AshleyBlair Seavey

26 mars , 2021

R.I.L. Grandpa I will always cherish all the memories I have with you and grandma. Love and miss you tons.

Courtney Lee

26 mars , 2021

Courtney Lee

26 mars , 2021

Courtney Lee

26 mars , 2021

Courtney Lee

26 mars , 2021

Courtney Lee

26 mars , 2021

DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE