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Linuce Cotter Mun Hung Pang

July 12, 1934October 27, 2012

Linuce”Hunky”Pang, 78, of Kaneohe, Hawaii, passed October 27, 2012. He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on July 12, 1934. Hunky was a manufacturer’s representative for builders hardware.

He is survived by: Wife: Jeanette M.L. Pang Sons: Laeton J. Pang, Bryan D. Pang, Randall L. Pang Brothers: Rodney Pang, Glenn Pang, Dennis Pang Sisters: Myrna Chun Hoon, Merilyn Lee Grandchildren: Cortney, Mark, Ashley, Joseph, AnnaLiese

Funeral services will be held at: City Church of Honolulu, at 2313 Nuuanu Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii 96817. on November 18, 2012. Visitation is at 2:30p.m. Service is at 3:30p.m.

Burial will be held at a later date;


Linuce “Hunky” Pang graduated in 1953 from Iolani School. Attended Menlo College for 4 yrs, worked in California until 1974. Opened his own company, Linuce C. Pang and Associates, Ltd in 1974. He was a manufacturer’s representative for builder’s hardware, former President of the Friends of the Natatorium, and treasurer of the Pang Society. He was a friend to everyone he met.


  • Visitation

    Sunday, November 18, 2012

  • Service

    Sunday, November 18, 2012


Linuce Cotter Mun Hung Pang

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Randall Pang

October 27, 2020

Mahalo all for the loved poured out for my father. Although Pops has been gone for 8 years I can sense his presence everyday. Mahalo for your love and compassion for all those who knew my Pops. You have truly touched me by your words, and the grace that I have been given flows in me to relay my upmost gratefulness. Thank you ! Randall Pang

Jacqueline Yu

November 29, 2012

Dearest Pang Family,
Our heartfelt sympathy. Time will bring comfort in the fond memories of your many good years together. Linuce will forever be remember. Just as I am writing now, my thought eating a bowl of curry noodle soup with Linuce at Chinatown in the year 1997. "His laughter and genuine kind spirit is what make him forever special!"

Tom, Jacqueline, Catherine, &. Perry Wong
Salinas, Ca.
Ann Ye - family

Joe & Cookie Fletcher

November 20, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers are with you this holiday season and always.

John Melish

November 18, 2012

Jeannette and Pang Family,

Marian and I want to express our thanks for Lin's presence in our lives. You and Lin welcomed us as newcomers to St. Peter's and to your community here in Hawaii. Lin provided me the greatest honor by trusting me to counsel him in regard to his health and well-being. He bore his last illness with great fortitude, and I know with an unshakable faith in his God and the love of his family. We are so grateful for having known him.

John and Marian Melish

Allan & Pam Schildknecht

November 18, 2012

Jeanette and Family,

Our sincere condolences to all of you on the loss of your husband, father and grandfather.

One of the best things that happened to us was moving in across the street from you and meeting your entire family. The times we shared were always appreciated and you always made us feel like one of your extended family.

Lin, like his mother, was an inspiration to everyone who met them and he will also be sorely missed.

Wayne and Miwako Kitagawa

November 18, 2012

Dear Jeanette and the Pang family,
36 years of friendship with my dear friend and "Brother" were full of laughter, tears, and fond memories that will stay with me forever. Seeing his smile and hearing his laugh always brought a smile to my face. His friendship was PRICELESS as is yours. He will be missed. We send you our Love and prayers.

Howard Ray Lawrence

November 16, 2012

Hunky and I first met in 1954 at Menlo College, Menlo Park, California. He was always happy and upbeat, so he lifted my spirit. We again met in 1965 at my residence in San Francisco for a social event. We tried to meet many times after that, but we were unable to do so. We had some significant interests, since we had been to "The East". I will miss his friendship very much. I wish to express my condolences to his family.

Queenie Chee

November 16, 2012

I first met Lin when my dad, Frank Mow, took me to visit 'Uncle' Howard Rabacal at his sales office in the Kalihi Shopping Center. It was located in the ewa corner, basement level, and there was a pet clinic across the hall. Lin and Howard shared space, business and friendships together there and those were happy times. Of course, I later found out that he was Dennis' brother, and so on...Honolulu is a small town and we are all somehow connected in so many ways. Wilbert and I regret that we are unable to be at his services, but our prayers are with you and for Linuce and the entire family. With much aloha, Queenie

Rena Ochse

November 16, 2012

Dear Jeanette and the entire Pang family.
We will surely miss "Hunky" and his laughter and humor - he was so positive with life and he enjoyed traveling and cruising - My condolence to you and your family for we all miss Linuce and we will miss him here with us.
Rena & George Ochse, Kaneohe, HI

Ann and Robert Wong

November 16, 2012

Dearest Lin, we shall miss you the world over. You have blessed us with many years of laughter and unconditional friendship. We know our road will come across once more in a different, goodnight Lin. May the memories of you bring everlasting peace, love, and pride to all your friends and family.


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