Yuki Akioka

Yuki Akioka

March 15, 1937 - December 03, 2008

Yuki Akioka

March 15, 1937 - December 03, 2008


Yuki Akioka, 71, was born March 15, 1937 on Okinawa and passed away December 3, 2008 at home in Lake Forest, California. Yuki is survived by her husband, Harry; daughter, Miki Dan Minnick; grandchildren, Mica, Logan, Mackenzie and Donovan.

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25 responses to Yuki Akioka

  1. With much love and our heartfelt condolences,we send you many prayers and words of peace knowing that God will heal your hurt and your hearts. Uncle Harry, Cousin Miki, Dan and family, we will hold on to our memory with you at the Hale Koa in Honolulu. It was a nice visit with the family and we enjoyed Aunty Yuki’s smile and laughter. May you seek the love of God to heal your hearts. With much love in Christ, Anthony, Michele, Tiani and Nanea Merryman

  2. We are so blessed to have you in our lives, I remember as a little girl visiting with my parents you were so loving, generous and always welcomed us to your home and we never left hungry as you made the most food anyone person could possibly cook!! Most of all Auntie, we miss your wonderful laugh full of love and joy! We miss you and we love you!

  3. Our family would like to send our love and condolences. Aunty Yuki was a special person and will always have a place in my heart. I will always remember the great time I had with her, uncle and family when I was away from my family. All the good food and good memories. Aunty will always be loved and missed. God Bless.

    Erik and Family

  4. Uncle Harry and family,

    Our condolences and love goes out to the family. We were deeply sadden by the news but we will think of happy thoughts when we think of aunty! The yummy food and great care will be missed!


    Joycelyn, Tony, Sherena, Isaiah, Elijah and Makana

  5. The Trikaminas/Colon family, would like to send our sincere condolences filled with Love to you, Harry,and to the rest of your family in this precious time of mourning, and always.

    Yuki was a good friend and neighbor with a gentle heart, a soft spoken voice, filed with a great smile, always willing to reach out to another souls heart.

    Harry,once again with our deepest sympathies and prayers, our thoughts are with you, your family, & Lucky.

    May God comfort you, and keep you in his Love and kindness always.

    Niko & family…..God bless, in Christ Jesus name we pray…..

    PS. Hey Harry, what are “BENTO’S”? you know us Greeks, we love food I’ll bring my guitar by on Thursday, OK?…..God Bless.

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