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OMG! The mother of Loretta Fuddy was Australian, who was the programmer for the Health Department, she was from Molokai, died in 1979 and her body was cremated. It was notoriously easy to get BCs in HI, multiple reports of Japanese buying bogus BCs, which became even easier with computerization and production of computer printouts, COLBs, which are not evidence of anything without seeing an original. Here is 1979 obituary for Loretta Fuddy’s mother. Wife of Lewis Fuddy died this year.

Posted on | December 15, 2013 | 9 Comments

Marjorie Fuddy, 70, of Kamiloloa, Molokai, a state Department of Health computer programmer, died Sunday. She was born in Leichhardt, Australia. She is survived by daughters the Rev. Lynette Schaefer, Loretta Fuddy and Cynthia Bunch; sons Philip Golderman and Lewis Fuddy; brother Keith Ireland; sisters Sylvia Laverly and Dollie Bierley, seven grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Scattering of ashes: 10 a.m. tomorrow at Camp Mokuleia. Memorial services: 4 p.m. Wednesday at Grace Episcopal Church, Hoolehua. No flowers. Donations suggested to Camp Mokuleia Campership Fund.

 

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9 Responses to “OMG! The mother of Loretta Fuddy was Australian, who was the programmer for the Health Department, she was from Molokai, died in 1979 and her body was cremated. It was notoriously easy to get BCs in HI, multiple reports of Japanese buying bogus BCs, which became even easier with computerization and production of computer printouts, COLBs, which are not evidence of anything without seeing an original. Here is 1979 obituary for Loretta Fuddy’s mother. Wife of Lewis Fuddy died this year.”

  1. Glasnost
    December 15th, 2013 @ 9:02 am

    YAMAMOTO WAS TOLD TO GET RID OF HER AND HIS REWARD WAS HER JOB.

  2. Carl
    December 15th, 2013 @ 9:14 am

    Suggestion; let’s trade Hawaii to the Chinese as settlement of our deb. We will no longer would be their slaves, they will have their fellow communist Hawaiians, possibly they would then leave Taiwan alone, and best of all the US Constitution would have a chance. Just a thought – let these Hawaiians have what they deserve, as traitors, a communist future for their children.

  3. Rosemary
    December 15th, 2013 @ 9:39 am

    Good idea Carl. Then we could exile all our traiterous congress ppl there and when obamie goes back there that’s it. We keep him out of the USA he doesn’t belong here.

  4. rhonda
    December 15th, 2013 @ 10:17 am

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    RELIGION SATURDAY

    Priest’s call back to Kalaupapa is fulfilled

    By Ariel Wittenberg / Standard-Times (New Bedford, Mass.)

  5. rhonda
    December 15th, 2013 @ 10:22 am

    http://www.staradvertiser.com > Features > Religion > Religion Stories >
    RELIGION Saturday

    Priest’s call back to Kalaupapa is fulfilled

    By Ariel Wittenberg / Standard-Times (New Bedford, Mass.)
    FAIRHAVEN, Mass. » The Rev. Patrick Killilea always imagined he would live here in South Coast until the end of his career. Killilea, affectionately known as Father Pat among his parishioners, has spent the past 13 years in Fairhaven and has only had two assignments outside the area since he was ordained in 1969.

    “I was always glad to come back home,” Killilea said while sitting in the rectory conference room early this month.

    But a trip to the former Hansen’s disease colony on Kalaupapa, Molokai, in 2004 changed everything. Killilea, who is 68 but “only admits to 48 publicly,” couldn’t imagine not returning.

    “I just got a feeling during Mass there, completely out of the blue, that there was a calling for me to stay,” he said. “I had never anticipated that level of flashbacks and excitement even for a year after I returned. It was a heavenly call from God to go back.”

    Killilea had returned to Kalaupapa once before, in 2006 as the parish’s fill-in pastor for three months.

    In July, Killilea will be leaving his post as pastor of St. Mary’s Parish in Fairhaven to return as the permanent pastor at St. Francis Church in Kalaupapa.

    The Rev. Jonathan Hurrell, provincial superior of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary’s U.S. province, said Killilea will start July 1 in Kalaupapa.

    The Saint Damien of Molokai Church in Kaunakakai will also gain two other Sacred Hearts priests this summer, Hurrell said. The Rev. William Petrie, former provincial superior of the East Coast province, will start as pastor in August; and the Rev. Michael Kelly, who has worked for 39 years in the Bahamas, will become priest-in-residence July 1.

    Most learn about leprosy’s disfiguring effects in tales of biblical times. In previous eras those with Hansen’s disease were sent to secluded colonies in order to avoid infecting others. In Hawaii the infected were sent to Kalaupapa, an isolated peninsula on Molokai.

    Today Hansen’s disease, a bacterial infection that damages the skin, nerves, limbs and eyes, is treatable with antibiotics, saving patients from disfigurement. Because of this, Kalaupapa has not been used as a colony since 1969 and is now a national park.

    Fewer than 20 patients, most of them seniors, still live in Kalaupapa, along with national park workers.

    “Some of the patients there have visible disfigurements, but others received medicine in time and just look like you or me,” Killilea said. “Now a big problem they face is that their immune system has been compromised so they are vulnerable to other diseases.”

    The island is also the spot where one of Killilea’s role models, St. Damien, also a Sacred Hearts priest, first settled in 1873. Damien lived in Kalaupapa for 16 years caring for those with Hansen’s disease until he succumbed to it himself.

    “Now it’s much different than in St. Damien’s times,” said Killilea. “The patients there chose to be there and are well taken care of, but it is still very isolated.”

    Killilea’s passion for his future assignment is apparent as he draws a map of the island and describes the mongooses he saw during his last visit to Kalaupapa.

    The wildlife and year-round 80-degree weather are far from the only differences Killilea will experience once he moves.

    “I don’t expect to have many people in church, but I will help build morale,” Killilea said.

    “I’ll miss the sacramental celebrations like baptisms and weddings,” he said. “But I won’t miss shoveling the snow.”

    Star-Advertiser writer Pat Gee contributed to this report.

  6. Ron
    December 15th, 2013 @ 12:38 pm

    I’m not really digging the idea Carl. With the amount of people we’re talking about, one of the islands is bound to tip over. Not only that, me and the other 4 conservatives that live here will probably have to move.

  7. Glasnost
    December 15th, 2013 @ 1:04 pm

    JAPS IN HAWAII HELPED THE PEARL HARBOR ATTACK.

    NOW THEY HELP A COMMIE WETBACK TO DESTROY AMERICA.

    WTF?

  8. Davey Crockett
    December 16th, 2013 @ 3:55 pm

    Now, if fuddy had a life-preserver on, how could she sink into the ocean? Even if she died somehow, she would continue to float?!

    I think…(guessing)…that could it be that Fuddy was pulled under to drown? And that the person that did this was working for O!

    And could it be, somehow, that Fuddy is still in the plane, or returned to the plane, after she drowned?

    Sounds like a premeditated murder? A real life example of the plane floating downwards in the Movie: Thunderball….

  9. Davey Crockett
    December 16th, 2013 @ 4:05 pm

    And maybe that’s why they don’t want to salvage the plane??

    Also, the mother was Australian…? To me, Fuddy appears to look Lebanese?? or muslim?? Italian??

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