August 3, 1942 - June 4, 2021
Obituary for Wallace Delano Fisher and Rawleen Nani Lani Fisher Wallace – August 3, 1942 to June 4, 2021 Rawleen – March 29, 1945 to June 30, 2021 Married for 53 years, on June 4th, 2021 our mom lost the love of her life. A love she felt for our dad since the age of 13. The first time she saw my dad, she knew it then that he would be the only one for her. Our mom would tell us her stories of how they met and when they fell in love over and over again. We would be like “Yah, ma we know”. But she’d get a kick out of it and tell us anyways. These stories of the two most amazingly loving beautiful people we will ever know, made up of memories that will last us a lifetime… On June 30th, 2021 our mom was reunited with our dad. We knew mom would have a hard time with losing dad. It was the most heartbreaking moment when mom said goodbye to daddy. She told him “I will love you forever my darling and I will see you soon”. What can you tell a person that has just lost the one person that moved the sun and moon for them. We never anticipated it to be this soon. My dad was taken so quick from us with Acute Leukemia. Mom’s heart simply didn’t know how to function without dad and two days after his passing she was rushed to emergency with congestive heart failure and we knew it was because of her broken heart. She tried her best and gave it a good fight for US, but in our hearts, we knew she couldn’t live without our dad because they were so inseparable. They were awesome parents, our best friends and most of all the best role models anyone could ask for. Thank you, mom and dad, for bringing us up right. The love and support you gave us was unconditional. Thank you for instilling everything you both were, in us. Life will never be the same without you both. We know you both are with us and watching over us. There are no words that can express how much we miss you both and how much we love you both. We love you Mom. We love you Dad. Forever…Leina, Kalei & Kaipo Our Dad: Wallace Delano Fisher was born on August 3rd, 1942 to Samuel Walter Fisher Sr. and Mary Koa Smith. He is survived by Samuel Walter Fisher Jr. (older brother), Sarah Sheridan “Sherry” Carlos (younger sister),sister Mary Bernard Deceased, sister Shirley Fisher Deceased, Sherryl Leina’ala Fisher (daughter), Rhonda Kaleiokalani Fisher (daughter) and Destry Kaipo Fisher (son). He went to Haleiwa Elementary and graduated from Waialua High School where he excelled at Football and Track for the Bulldogs then went into the Air Force with an Honorable Discharge. He retired Mechanic Machinist Supervisor (defueling nuclear submarines) for Pearl Harbor Shop 38. He loved the country, Haleiwa to be specific where he was born and raised. He loved to surf…surfing was his passion. He loved watching sports, any sport, but always looked forward to Football Season and especially Summer Olympics Track and Field. Also, he’d never miss both of his daughter’s softball games. Quiet and soft spoken, yet witty and funny, he was as cool as cool could be. “Slick” is what he’d say. He was a super laid-back guy who loved his wife and his three kids. Never complained, never grumbled. The humblest person you could ever know. From Primo to Budweiser to Coors Light. From tight bell bottoms to short shorts to cargos. From Haleiwa to Pensacola to Pearl City our dad lived a full and healthy life. Blessed to have known a lot of people – family, friends and even the Foodland cashiers. He will be sorely missed! He was Uncle Wally to everyone. Our Mom: Rawleen Nani Lani Elizabeth DeCoito Fisher was born on March 29th, 1945 to Roy Alfred DeCoito Sr. and Elaine Kealiiwahinemahiai Keao. She is survived by Roy Alfred DeCoito Jr. (younger brother), Rawlette Kraut (younger sister),sister, Rawverne Hoopiaina Kaluhiokalani, Sherryl Leina’ala Fisher (daughter), Rhonda Kaleiokalani Fisher (daughter) and Destry Kaipo Fisher (son). Born and raised in Haleiwa, she went to St. Michael’s School in Waialua and graduate from St. Francis High School in Manoa then on to Business College. She retired Activities Coordinator for Kuakini Medical Adult Day Care. She loved helping others, always giving the most for the very least. She enjoyed doing for people, especially her family. There is nothing she wouldn’t do for family and friends. The purest heart you’d ever meet, she loved everyone and never had anything bad to say - EVER. She loved her three kids and she gave us the best of life. With an abundance of talent for lei making, flower arrangements, wreaths, Hawaiian arts & crafts, she could do it all and then some. She couldn’t sing for beans, but she just loved to sing. She often joked that she would trade her talented hands for a beautiful voice. Those who know her, know the beauty she could create from nothing but flowers and leaves, it was her passion and she loved every minute of making haku’s and arrangements. She loved being a part of the Queen Emma Hawaiian Civic Club, because she simply loved her Queen and what she stood for. Going to meetings, events and conventions brought her true joy. She loved everything Hawaiian. She loved everyone and everyone loved her, no matter who you were she was just infectious that way. Sweet and loving, the quintessential meaning of Aloha she was. Blessed to have known so many people and blessed to have the awesomest family tree ever. She made a huge impact in so many lives, she will be truly missed! She was Aunty Nani to everyone. Services to be held on Friday, July 23rd, 2021 at Oahu Mortuary from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. Inurnment at Punchbowl aka National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific to be held at a later date, their ashes will then be placed in the columbarium. Celebration of their wonderful life together will be on Saturday, August 7th, 2021 at their home from 1:00 pm until the sun goes down.
Obituary for Wallace Delano Fisher and Rawleen Nani Lani Fisher Wallace – August 3, 1942 to June 4, 2021 Rawleen – March 29, 1945 to June 30, 2021 Married for 53 years, on June 4th, 2021 our mom lost the love of her life. A love... View Obituary & Service Information
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