• Aoki Sensei

    Aoki Sensei

    Albert M. Aoki, 89 years old, of Honolulu, Hawaii, passed away on April 21, 2021. Born in Hilo, Hawaii, to Tamotsu and Mitsuko Aoki. A Korean War veteran, Albert graduated from Iowa State University. Upon his return, he worked alongside his father Tamotsu and uncle Moto Aoki at American Savings Loan in Hilo. He ventured in Real-estate, and was a developer of Commercial & Agricultural properties and then became an International Business Consultant in Land development.
There will be a private/virtual memorial service for Albert M. Aoki Sensei on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at 1700 hawaiian time (5:00 pm).
If you wish to attend virtually, please register to attend by sending an email to: aokiservice808@gmail.com.

Koden for the Aoki Family may be made payable to, “Alton Aoki” and mailed to:

Aoki Family
PO Box 26228
Honolulu, HI 86825


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