Ku “Kuboy” Ho'olulukamakanioluoluka'uahanai'ikapono Meatoga Primacio, 18, passed away on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 (just 2 weeks shy of his 19th birthday) from injuries sustained in a one vehicle accident on Hau’ula Homestead Road, Hau’ula, Hawaii.
Kuboy was born on January 24, 1999 and raised in Kahuku. Kuboy was a proud Red Raider Senior at Kahuku High & Intermediate School and was excited to graduate with the Class of 2018 and earn the title of being a “Kahuku Red Raider Alumni”.
Behind his rough exterior Kuboy had a very lovable, humble and warm spirit and was the only boy of 8 children with 7 sisters.
His favorite color was pink and his favorite food was “everything”.
Kuboy was very adventurous. He loved to hunt, dive and fish but above of all he loved to cook. He was very outgoing and loved entertaining his family and friends. He brought joy and laughter to so many near and far.
He worked as a courtesy clerk at Tamuras in Hau’ula.
He was very athletic and played rugby, football, and paddled.
He also helped coach youth soccer.
He is survived by his parents Jacob and Melissa Primacio.
Paternal grandmother Alvina Domingo; maternal grandmother’s Lokelani Thompson and Nell Chee; maternal great grandmother’s, Joanna Thompson, Irene chee and Irene Primacio. Maternal grandfather’s, Matthew Primacio and Sadrian Chee. Maternal great grandfather’s, Norman Thompson Sr. and John Primacio Jr., 7 sisters; Tylo, ryeann, Teha, tracie, kapua, lejend and Philicidy; 3 nieces; daysia, amariah, and kamailei.
He is pre-deceased in death by his biological mother Daysia Lee, paternal grandfather James Domingo, and maternal grandmother Tracie (Suka) Chee.
Visitation 9:00 am Saturday January 20, 2018 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Laie Hawaii Stake Center (Iosepa street), Service 12 Noon. Cremation to follow.
Casual attire, Flowers welcome.
Celebration of life to follow at the Colburn’s residence (k-Hill) 643 Alexander Rd. Kahuku HI 96731 from 2-6pm.
All are welcomed as we celebrate Ku’s life. We wish this to be an enjoyable event in Ku’s honor.
Please NO ALCOHOL BEVERAGES...