His kind soul is joined with his guardian angel and companion for life, his wife, Theresa.
Frank Harrison Neizman passed away on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. Frank was born on November 15, 1926 at Mala, Lahaina. He was a descendant of Fishermen who fished the waters of Lahaina for generations. Frank and his wife, Theresa, a native of Kaupo, fished for Opelu for many years. Frank fished with his Kupuna, and learned from them, how to train Kaku (Baraccuda) as the Opelu mama (guradians of the Opelu fisheries). Frank once said, "When I look underneath and I throw one bread, I look underneath where the mama stay by the bread, it's just black with Opelu, tons and tons."
Frank took his last breath in Haiku, Maui. His daughter Ramona (JoJo) Neizman, her companion, David Gouveia, and a Grandson, Shane Neizman, cared for him in their home. He is survived by his daughters, Linda "Chak Chak", Ramona "JoJo" (David), Kelcy "Sweetheart" (Vernon), Theresa "Honeygirl" (Eric); sons, Thomas "Champ" (Donna), Charles "Bobo" (Lori), Frank "Chu Chu" (Tracy), Robert "Bear"; 16 grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren; and 1 great-great grandchild.
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