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Memorial Services Set For 2 Maui Crash Victims

March 27, 2012, 10:00 PM HST
* Updated March 28, 7:44 AM
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Annastachia A.K. Cruz-Kalua.

Karl T.A. Barrack.

By Wendy Osher

Services for two of the five passengers who lost their lives in a tragic weekend car crash on Maui have been set.

The youngest of the passengers, 19-year-old Annastachia A.K. Cruz-Kalua will be remembered during an evening service on April 13, 2012 at Grace Bible Church in Upcountry, Maui.  Visitation is from 6 to 9 p.m., with a service set to start at 7 p.m.

The Makawao teen was born on August 19, 1992 in Honolulu, according to the service notice.

The posting notes that Cruz-Kalua was an Assistant Manager at KM Polynesian Productions.


She is reportedly survived by her parents, Bill-Werner K. Manuel Jr., and Georgieanna K. Kalua; brothers, Devon-Werner Kalua-Manuel, Bill-Werner Manuel III, Quincy Manuel; sisters, Anela Manuel, Anna-Marie Manuel; grandmothers, Madelene Adams, Ivy Pagelsdorf; god mother, Yolanda; and numerous cousins and family members.


Services have also been set for Karl T.A. Barrack.  The 20-year-old Makawao man was a farmer, according to a memorial notice.

Barrack was born on February 1, 1992 in Wailuku, and passed away on March 25, 2012 at the Maui Memorial Medical Center.

Barrack is reportedly survived by his parents, Taito (Dawn Elizabeth Gottlieb) Barrack; brother, Nicholas Wilson Mitsuaki Barrack; step-brothers, Brian Awai, Daniel Awai; and grandmother, Dorren Pfeltzer.


Memorial services for Barrack will be held this Friday, March 30, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Ballard Family Mortuary, with services set to start at 7 p.m.

Three other young adults passed in the same incident.

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***Supporting information courtesy Ballard Family Mortuary.

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