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Honda, Kay, 91, Private graveside memorial services were held for the late Kay Honda at the Westminster Memorial Park on Sept. 15, Reverend Marvin Harada of the Orange County Buddhist Church presiding. Kay was born in Moneta (Gardena), CA over 91 years ago and passed away on Sept. 3, 2014, in Newport Beach. He is survived by Shige (Miyoda), his wife of over 45 years, living in Huntington Beach during their marriage; brother, Hiroshi (Marion) Honda; sister, Janice (Dale) Mead; sister, Anita Sachi Powell; and many nieces and nephews.

 

Kasabian, Christine, 85, of Huntington Beach, died September 14, 2014

 

Maltby, Elwin, 89, of Huntington Beach, passed away September 09, 2014.

 

Tenno, Milton Hiroshi, 57, November 6, 1956 - September 10, 2014 "Coach 10-0" Milt Tenno was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and grew up in Anaheim, where he graduated from Savannah High School. He also attended UC Riverside, Cal State Fullerton, and National University. Milt was a teacher, counselor, and football coach at Bolsa Grande and Los Amigos High Schools and at Golden West College for over 30 years. Milt loved fishing in the Sierras, kayaking, and going on excursions with his family. He will ever be remembered for his sense of humor and for the positive impact he had on his family, friends, and countless students and players whose lives he enriched. Milt will be greatly missed by his wife, Linda; sons, Andrew and Alex; mother, Cindy; and countless other friends, colleagues, and family members. Arrangements for a "Celebration of Life" are pending.