Borthwick Mortuary

1330 Maunakea Street, Honolulu, HI


Faith Patricia Ernesto Evans

May 11, 1937January 9, 2014

Faith Patricia Evans, 76, of Kailua, Hawaii, passed away on January 9, 2014. She was a retired US Marshall and is survived by husband, Noel; son, John; daughters, Tricia and Kathleen; sister, June (Harry) Shultz, Leona Parker; brother, Donald Ernesto.

Funeral service will be held on January 17, 2014 at Saint John Vianney Church, Kailua, HI. Visitation time will be from 9:30am and funeral service will start at 10:30am.

Aloha attire. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Hawaii Plantation Village.


  • Visitation Friday, January 17, 2014
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 17, 2014


Faith Patricia Ernesto Evans

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Rose Davis

February 3, 2014

With respect to the Evans family for the dignity, honor and strength Faith represented to Hawaii and everyone. God bless you and her memory.
Aloha oe

An Olomana neighbor

Jeanine Denis

January 17, 2014

A special note to Kathleen Evans and family....
My mom relayed the news regarding your mother. I met Mrs. Evans numerous of times when I hung out at your house, Kathleen. She always stood up straight, and appealed to me as a sweet and strong woman. I will always remember her.

My name is Jeanine Denis. We attended St. Anthony's together. Remember playing jacks? And hanging out with Sharri Cadman? Oh, what about speech class?! :( Plus, observing people as they came out of the bathroom. We were among the darkest pupils there. I hated being teased.

Just sending my love, prayers and hugs to you, and your Mom's loved ones. May God bless Mrs. Evans soul, and may the perpetual light shine on her forever. She's in Heaven now, and ALWAYS in your heart. She's not far away from you. Everything she instilled in you, everything you remember about her, and all the conversations and love WILL always be with you. Grieving, sadness and shock may be overwhelming and depressing, but God will grant you the courage and strength. Draw close to Him; He IS your provider! Somewhere in the not so distant future you'll be smiling at the "old times" and feeling sooooo blessed to have such a strong role model in your life now and forever. Blessings and favor coming your way....Stand tall and be thankful that you had the best role model in her life.

Kathleen, I miss you and whenever the time is, please email me at: tiasez@gmail.com. Also, I apologize that I cannot be present on Friday. I have appointments all set up. I'll be praying diligently for you all, knowing everything will go well on Friday. The tears may come, but the sun will rise. Please email me if you need anything.

Jeanine and The Denis Family(Honolulu County) XXOO

Earl Walker

January 16, 2014

Goodbye dear friend and thank you for being such an outstanding member of our Community and serving so well on the OCA board for many years. You will surely be missed by all. My condolences to your husband Noel and your children John, Tricia and Kathleen.

Rudy & Linda Archuleta

January 16, 2014

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Vikki Pinnicchia

January 15, 2014

Aloha to a special person, you will live in my heart forever, thank you for all the love and aloha you gave me over the years. To the family all my love and thoughts. Wish I was there to support and hug. All my love, Aloha Mom.

Maurine (Mochi) Furusho

January 15, 2014

Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

Darlene Lospoc

January 15, 2014

Faith, you were the BEST supervisor I ever had. You were also the best friend too. Working as your Clerk Typist while I was in the Sheriff Department was the best expirenced in my life. I wish I could have told you how great a boss you are. I thought of you fondly. I remember the day we met, you interviewed me and right away you said "I'm not letting you go" before the interview was over. You walked me down to the HR department and asked them to process my application. You also showed me that women are just as powerful as any man. You stood up for me, had my back and even encouraged me to live life to the fulliest. Yes, you are truly one of a kind person. Thank you for you love and support, and for the years of service we worked together while in the Sheriff's department. I love you like my sister, I will miss you and will always tell everyone I know how your kindness and support made me the person I am today. Condolence to your family. Love always, Darlene Lospoc