Edward (Ed) Kaai, 87 of Lawrenceville, Ga passed away Monday January 07, 2019. He was born on November 20,1931 in Lanai, Hawaii. Edward was a Veteran having served in the US Marines and later worked for The United States Postal Services for many years. He is survived by a loving and caring wife: Jewel Kaai of Lawrenceville, Ga. Daughters Teriann Kaai and Tainaree Kaai of Hilo, Hawaii Trina Moore of Kealakekua, Hawaii and Tracy (Jonathan) Day of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Step- Children: Demetrius (Roshanda) Turner and Charlia Turner of Lawrenceville, Ga. Mother in law: Mary Barclay of Talladega, Alabama. A host of other relatives and friends. A graveside service will be held at 1:00PM on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA. Arrangements by Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway Lawrenceville, GA 30046. 770-277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com.

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  1. Im sad that it was only last week that we talked and I was a month away from visiting you.
    No words can really say how much you will be missed. We will all miss your silly jokes & humorous way of turning a bad day into laughter.
    May your journey in God’s path be peaceful. And I will complete the promise you asked me.

    Ka Malamalama O Keep Akua
    E ho’opuni Mai La kakou

    Ka Mana O Ke Akua E Ho’opakele Mai La Kakou

    Amene
    Aloha nui loa

    Love your daughter
    Tracy🍍

  2. Papa Ed

    You will miss you dearly
    Love all your grandchildren and great grandchildren in Hawaii

    Aloha
    Kalani, Shannon, Maria
    Shine, Nina, Johnny, Memphis,
    Jai, Roman, Sasi, Brandon, Sherri, Bobby, Makana

  3. Shhhh I’m Sleeping! I spoke with you Dad on your BD. Gone too soon, you were still full of Life! Thank you for the many Laughs, and especially for your Service in the Military💜
    Gone but never forgotten, Love you Dad Ed.
    Daughter in Hawaii Trina🌺

  4. Oh Eddie, while I haven’t seen you in many years, I’m telling your spirit aloha and mahalo for all you did to make this life better. My condolences to your family and may your spirit soar over the beaches of Hawaii as you transit to the stars.

  5. I never got the opportunity to get to lnow you very well Uncle Ed. I only remember when you came to visit us in Whitmore and stayed with our family for a few short days. I remember you were what dad referred to as his baby brother and he was so excited to learn you were coming. The anticipation brought back many memories for him which you both took turns shairng with me later. I remember you to be so much like dad. Especially your sense of humor. I set you apart by how you werent as strict as dad was. Thought of you as “the cool uncle.” I was few for words when i was young but I used to wonder what it would’ve been like to be raised with you around us more like Uncle Loy and Uncle Frank and Aunty Kay. You will be always in a good place in my heart. We will make up for lost time one day Uncle Ed. I love you and have missed you long before your time but my heart does not grow weary because you’re reunited with my dad and my other favorite most interesting and humorous Aunty Kay and Uncle lawrence Uncle Frank. Qualities you all had. I can just imagine what heaven is like sitting in a room with you all there! Bs and giggles! Until we meet again.
    Love
    Daddy’s girl the baby
    Janelle Kaai

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