Ainsley Kaleimamahu Aiwohi
(1952 - 2010)

Ainsley Kaleimamahu Aiwohi

May 20, 1952

Hawaii, United States of America
May 3, 2010

Ukulele, singing, walking
This site is dedicated to Ainsley Kaleimamahu Aiwohi.

To some people he was known as “Kalei”. To some people he was known as “Bojack”. To us, his siblings, he was known as “Brother or Ainskalei”. He was born on the island of Molokai, Hawaii on May 20, 1952. He graduated from Lahainaluna High, class of 1970 and joined the United States Army. He returned from active duty in 1973. And on May 3, 2010, he was called by the Lord, God, All Mighty to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. He is survived by his siblings: David (Kawika)Kano, Maitland (Kulani) Aiwohi, Joalla (Millie) Ganancial, Alicia (Kealohalani) Kagawa, George (Keaka) Aiwohi, Harriet (Princy) Sequeira, Debralyn (Kehaulani) Laquihon, and Robin (Ehulani)Aiwohi. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and grand nieces and nephews. He was known as a protector' for many, a strong force in his early life. Towards the latter part of his life, he enjoyed God, family and Molokai.

Celebration of Life

Two programs will be performed:

Program #1 will be held on Oahu, at Ka Hale Hoano O Ke Akua Church, 1760 Nalani Street, Honolulu. May 27th: 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. is family viewing. 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. is public viewing/eating. 7:00 p.m. program service.

Program #2 will be held on Molokai, at Ka Hale Laa O Ierusalema Hou, Kaunakakai. June 10th: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. public viewing/eating. 11:00 a.m. program service. 11:30 a.m. military and honors at gravesite.

Thank you in advance: Ka Hale Hoano O Ke Akua (Honolulu), Ka Hale Laa O Ierusalema Hou (Molokai), Pacific Island Bible Church (Mililani), Valley Isle Fellowship (Maui), Word Ministries Fellowship (Las Vegas), Molokai Occupational Center (Molokai), Molokai Morturary, Williams Funeral Services, and IGE Catering. And of course, all prayer warriors.

Please contact Princy at (808) 264-8070, if you would like to send a monetary donation to help defry the funeral cost or you can click on the "Donate" button above and select a charity to donate to in Ainsley Kaleimamahu Aiwohi's name.

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Guest Book (26 entries)
Aloha I am Solomon kaleimamahu daughter and live on the island of Kauai I believed Kalei was my dads cousin but not sure. Please contact me if you have any information. Mahalo
Leialoha Kaleimamahu
September 15th, 2015
From small kid time I used to envy your talents in playing the ukulele and singing Hawaiian songs, as it echoes in the coconut grove for all us Kalamaula neighbors to hear and enjoy. Your grandpa would always shout out "no Kalei", whenever you mispronounced a Hawaiian word and make you start over again, until you got it right. That was good for us, because we got to hear you longer. We went to Hawaiian Mission School together and I remembered being so proud of you whenever you performed at events like Aloha Week or some other island or school celebration. I used to get 'chicken skin' watching you sing.

We both attended Lahainaluna and stuck it out all four years and that was no easy task. However, the boarding department groomed us to be men and what a great experience that was. Remember our freshmen year, the seniors gave you the nickname "Bojack"... because you reminded them of another boarder who graduated a couple years before, named Bojack.

At Lahainaluna you continued to share your musical talents at our Boarders' Dances, in the dorms, the gym, out on the steps, at breakfast, club functions and other school activities. Yes, I was even more proud then, because I knew how hard you worked with your grandpa.

Mahalo for sharing your talents from small kid time, through high school and whenever I came home from the mainland and stopped by to sing the school alma mater with you, whenever you were out raking the yard.

You will be missed. Aloha brah!
Aukake Rodrigues (Kalamaula Neighbor & Laha)
September 13th, 2010
Aloha oi to a dear wonderful friend and gentleman whose lovely Hawaiian songs always brought me smiles and happiness. It is a privilege to have met such a gentle, kind person. Rest in Peace, Ainsley
Linda D Kauhane (Friend)
June 1st, 2010
love the website aunty its so beautiful ...
tahtiana laquihon lichty (niece)
May 29th, 2010
My dear& sweet uncle Kalei, you most definately have alot of Love& Aloha from here in, Las Vegas, Nevada. I have only great memories of my uncle, such as his humor, comical expressions& of course, his legendary, "sket" style! My only regret is how long it's been since I had last seen my uncle. Nevertheless, you will always be cherished& honored in our hearts because you are family, and you do have quite a huge family! Rest in Peace, my uncle. I represent& send all of our Love& Aloha from here in Las Vegas, to all of you home there, in Hawaii! Hugz& Kisses! Gina
(& all of the keiki's here:) Jerrica, Kyle, Chasity, Brittney, Zachary, Ahliyalynn, Nicholas, Siena, Preston, Bashja& Sage
Ginalynn Lagasca (Niece)
May 27th, 2010
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"im going to miss you uncle kalei"
Richard Aiwohi
July 16th, 2010
"IESU- Ke Ali`i o na Ali`i Jesus King of all Kings."
Ku`ulei Cagasan
July 2nd, 2010
"i love you uncle and you will be missed but i know that my daddy and aunty are there with you now !!! so you take care until we all meet again !!"
tahtiana laquihon lichty
May 29th, 2010
"Time is too slow for those who wait, Too swift for those who fear, Too long for those who grieve, Too short for those who rejoice, But for those who love, time is eternity. Hours fly, flowers die, New days, new ways pass by, Love stays. Hen"
Rudy McGwin (cousin of Kalei, son of Aunty Sister)
May 28th, 2010
"KA BUKE O NA HALELU Mokuna Kanaiwakumamalima Pauku Ekahi Ina kakou, e kahea olioli aku ia Iehova; A e hooho hauoli hoi i ka Pohaku o ko kakou Hoola. Ps 95:1- O come, let us sing unto the Lord, let us make a joyful noise to the Rock of our Salvation."
Maitland (Mait) Aiwohi
May 27th, 2010
"i love you uncle kalei<3"
Chayenne Aiwohi
May 23rd, 2010
""They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings like eagles. They shall run and not be weary the shall walk and not faint.""
Alicia Kagawa
May 23rd, 2010
"Aloha Ke Akua. God Is Love."
Mana Sequeira
May 22nd, 2010
"The secret of contentment is To let the Lord supply; Just do your part and put God first And on His Word rely. —D. De Haan Our needs will never exhaust God’s supply."
Kealii"AJ" Sequeira
May 22nd, 2010
"Mokuna V.-Pomaikai ka poe e u ana; no ka mea, e hooluoluia'ku lakou. Matthew 5:4 - Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted."
Princy Sequeira
May 21st, 2010

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