In Memory of Myron Fuellas(1961 - 2015)

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Name
Myron Fuellas
Birth Date
January 25, 1961
Ascension Date
November 27, 2015  
Local Church
Kona Family Church

Myron Fuellas transitioned to the spirit world peacefully on Friday, November 27, 2015 at his home in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. He was 54 years old.

Myron was born in Kohala, Hawaii (on the northern tip of the Big Island of Hawaii) on January 25, 1961. He was the eldest in his family with two younger sisters. He attended elementary school in Kohala and graduated Kohala High school in 1979. Myron met Julie Jolin in 1980 on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, who introduced him to the Divine Principle. As Julie says, “Myron was inspired by Divine Principle very quickly. We didn’t have to convince him so much. It was natural for him to move in with us.” After joining the church in Honolulu, Myron worked for True World Foods in Los Angeles and also in Honolulu. Recently, Myron was a member of the Kona Family Church for the last 12 years. Myron also worked in Korea as an International Missionary for a short time in the city of Daegu.

He is survived by his father, John Fuellas, and sisters, Myrna Amarino and Janis Kanetani. Also, he is survived by numerous aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces.

The Seonghwa/Memorial Ceremony will be held at the Kona Family Church/ Hawaiian Queen Coffee Garden on Saturday, December 19 at 11:30am. Thank you for your support and continued prayers for Myron and his family. If you wish for more information or want to send your sympathy to his family, please send an email to: chuckfrumin@gmail.com.

Seonghwa Ceremony

Time
11:30 AM (Hawaii time)
Date
December 19, 2015
Location
Kona Family Church/Hawaiian Queen Coffee Garden - 75-1048 Henry Street, Kailua Kona, Hawaii 96740
Viewing
10:00 AM (Hawaii time)

Mailing Address for Donations and Flowers

77-6425 Kuakini Hwy. C2-52 Kailua Kona, HI 96740


Comments (2)

  • Lloyd Howell

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    Hi Julie, If you read this please send me your e-mail.
    Lloyd Howell, Hawaii state leader ’82.

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  • Chris Jones

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    Myron was a wonderfully sincere and serving brother who I worked with in LA and have fond memories of him helping our young family move into our first apartment.I always felt he was an innocent and gentle soul that sometimes struggled during the hectic times of our early movement. God Bless you Myron my dear brother.

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