Glenn Gempisao Lamosao
November 4, 1979 – May 5, 2018
Glenn Gempisao Lamosao, age 38 passed away on Saturday May 5, 2018. Glenn was born November 4, 1979 in Honolulu, Hawaii to Rufa Lamosao and Claudio Lamosao.
Glenn is survived by; mother Rufa Lamosao and father Claudio Lamosao; sister Diane Lamosao.
A visitation for Glenn will be held Wednesday, May 23, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Borthwick Mortuary Maunakea Chapel, 1330 Maunakea Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 followed by service from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
Second day services will occur Thursday, May 24, 2018. Visitation 9:30 AM to 10:00 AM, Service 10:00 AM to 11:15 AM at St. Jude, 92-455 Makakilo Dr., Makakilo, Hawaii 96707.
A burial will occur Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 1:00 PM at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, 2177 Puowaina Dr., Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.BorthwickOahu.com for the Lamosao family.
- Rufa Lamosao, Mother
- Claudio Lamosao, Father
- Diane Lamosao, Sister
- First Day - Visitation Wednesday, May 23, 2018
- First Day - Service Wednesday, May 23, 2018
- Second Day - Visitation Thursday, May 24, 2018
- Second Day - Service Thursday, May 24, 2018
Glenn Gempisao Lamosao
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May 25, 2018
My memory of Glenn was in 2009, when we were placed in the medic section together in Kuwait/Iraq, while we were in the Army National Guard.
He was one of the senior Seargeants above me. Although he and I were family, he still remained professional in all aspects of his job. During the deployment, he would give me leadership tips and advice that would later help me when I became a Senior NCO in the following years. He also encouraged me to join his Kempo class. I agree with others on this memorial board about his tenacity for fighting for what was right and his undying strive to becoming one of the best. He wanted to be the best and he wanted others to be there with him, whether they wanted to or not. I think this is what most people will remember about him.
Before the military, I only had childhood memories of Glenn that I can hardly recall today. I'm glad that I got to know him.
May 24, 2018
I always enjoyed Glenns competitive spirit. And I will always miss his drive. He was a great friend. I have great memories of high school and later hanging out together at the beach. What a great guy he will be very much missed. See you again in heaven one day my friend. Much love and prayers to the lamasao family.
May 23, 2018
To the Lamosao family,
my family and I would like to send our condolences for your dear loss. May your family find comfort and hope in God’s promise for a better future. Where there will be no more sickness, sorrow, pain or death. These promises are found in God’s word the Bible. Scriptures such as Revelation 21:3,4, John 5:28,29, and Psalms 83:18. May these scriptures soothe your aching hearts during this most difficult time. For more encouragement please please visit jw.org. Please be assured that your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Again our condolences for your dear los.
Paulo Faleafine Jr.
May 19, 2018
My memories of Glenn were from my time with him at St. Louis School and living in Makakilo. I fondly remember playing a lot of chess games with him - he usually won the matches but was a great sport about it. The thing about Glen that really stood out to me was his focus and dedication to reaching his goals. Just watching the diligence and effort he put into wrestling training was incredible. You just knew Glenn would be successful in whatever he chose to do. My heart breaks for his ohana - may God comfort them in this time of loss and welcome home Glenn to live in glory.
"Memor et Fidelis" Mindful and Faithful, Glen you were a fine example of a St. Louis man - Aloha my friend.
May 18, 2018
Glenn and I met at 2nd Batt 75th Ranger Regiment. Being we were both from Hawaii, we clicked immediately. My favorite memory was my last deployment. We were deployed together and went through a lot of ups and downs. We got each other through some rough times during that deployment. GLENN stood up for what was Right, what he believed in and did the RIGHT THING regardless of what anyone thought. He was a kind, loving, hardworking person, who was always ready to help someone out. Glenn was very respectful, kind, and humble. I'm humbled on the sacrifices Glenn made to become a Ranger before he went through selection. To the Lamosao Family, you raised and AMAZING man. I'm blessed to have known him!
May 18, 2018
I remember in high school Glenn always made sure things were done right and always asked 3-4 questions more to ensure our assignments would get done correctly (which irritated me) but he was a young man that just wanted things to get done in good fashion. That's something I took from him that I used in my life. Much love my Crusader brother, may God welcome you into His Kingdom.
May 17, 2018
I first met Glenn long time ago while I was working as a lifeguard in 2003, we joined EMT class at KCC in 2006, and worked for City EMS as an EMT. He worked there for less than 2 years before joining active duty. He was always hyped, hard worker. Miss you bro.
May 15, 2018
Glenn and I knew each other for a relatively short time. We sometimes get to meet some interesting and amazing people along our path while serving in the Army, and I am honored to have had the opportunity to know and work with such a great Soldier. Glenn constantly demonstrated a humility and singular focus that is rare in our Army. He was a solid medic, a great NCO, a knowledgeable teacher, and a compassionate friend. Our Army and our world is a better place for experiencing all the humble positivity he gave us. He will be missed dearly.
RLTW!... Sua Sponte!
The picture is a rare shot (he was always camera shy) that I captured of him providing hands-on, performance focused medical training for fellow Army Medics in our Medical Simulation Lab.