City bidding aloha to longtime mayor
A memorial service for former Mayor Frank Fasi is scheduled for today in the Honolulu Hale courtyard.
Following a private service for family and invited guests from 10 to 11 a.m., which will be shown on television monitors set up outside City Hall, the public will be allowed inside Honolulu Hale, where people may pay their respects until 6 p.m.
Enter through the main doors on South King Street.
The longtime Honolulu mayor died Feb. 3 at age 89.
He will be buried tomorrow at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl. Services are private.
Burial will be preceded by an 11 a.m. motorcade from Nu'uanu Memorial Park & Mortuary onto South King Street to allow Fasi's casket to pass by Honolulu Hale and the Frank F. Fasi Municipal Building.
The motorcade will then proceed mauka on Alapa'i Street, 'ewa on Beretania Street, mauka on Queen Emma Street and head directly to Punchbowl.