Bonifacio Niduaza Abuan

May 14, 1941October 4, 2020

Bonifacio Niduaza β€œBoni or Ben” Abuan, age 79, passed away on October 4, 2020 surrounded by his loving wife, Cora, children, grandchildren, siblings, nephews, and nieces in Milpitas, CA. He is preceded in death by his parents, Antonio and Catalina Abuan, and brothers Ramon and Antonio, Jr. Born in Agoo, La Union, Philippines on May 14, 1941, Boni immigrated to the United States and established himself in Hawaii, where he loved the ocean and especially spear fishing. He later settled in California. His love of horticulture can be seen around his home where he cultivated and cared for his garden. Boni was an avid tennis player, enjoying the pastime with friends. He was a big fan of boxing, football, and basketball. Watching the Warriors, Lakers, Raiders and 49ers gave him joy not only throughout his life, but was a great comfort in his last months. Friends and family will tell you Boni was a devout Catholic and through his faith was someone who would help you in a time of need. Bonifacio is survived by his wife, Cora, five children; Felix, Tony (Angela), Armando (Linda), Amelia (Matt Drennan), and Angela, and his five grandchildren; Damien, Dylan, Matilda, and Madoc, and great grandson Zane. He is also survived by his siblings Nita (Francisco Ladines), Rogelio (Luzviminda), Jose (Auring), and Elpidio (Nora) and several beloved nieces and nephews.


22 October

Funeral Service

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Lima Family Milpitas-Fremont Mortuary

48800 Warm Springs Blvd
Fremont, CA 94539

22 October

Committal Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cedar Lawn Cemetery

48800 Warm Springs Blvd
Fremont, CA 94539


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Susan Reola

October 19, 2020

So many many memories of uncle Boni growing up on the island 🌴 of Oahu. Our family, relatives and cousins, would go around the island and had picnics and BBQ’s, go spear fishing and crabbing. My favorite times were Kahala Beach twice a month on a Sunday after church. Uncle Boni and uncle Celito would go spear fishing while our other uncles would drop crab πŸ¦€ nets on the side of the bridge. It was a lot of fun and lots of great food to eat.
Uncle Boni to me was the β€œguapo” handsome of uncles and always had a good looking hairstyle, like the Grease movie with John Travolta: Danny Zuko style 🀩
My family will miss you so much uncle Boni πŸ’œ I’m glad God took you peacefully and you are now in His great Hands in Heaven, but sad it was too early. May Our Almighty God give your family strength, guidance, endless memories, good health, continues faith, and hope that tomorrow is always sunny and happy.
Uncle Boni β€œmahal kita walang iba β€œ
Aloha Oe πŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ€™πŸ½πŸ€™πŸ½πŸ€™πŸ½

Ranty Ella

October 19, 2020

My condolences to the family of my good friend Ben. Coworker. Neighbor. My kumpare. And most of all. My long time confidant for so many past decades.
He will be missed dearly. We played basketball and tennis during the years our legs are still able carry us thru the rigor of aches and pains. He is an avid exercise aficionado and loves to plant vegetables in his backyard. He is easy to get along and ready to extend his help anytime needed.
We both retired at the same time and never cease to visit each other even for just to say Hello.
I get to know his wife Cora when Ben was still courting her way way back.
May I extend again my condolences to all the families of BEN N CORA.
God bless and my prayers
Always. May he Rest In Peace. πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™


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