Authorities ID 2 more victims from the Lāhainā wildfire, bringing the total to 57

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Lahaina Bypass Road Memorial. (Aug. 31, 2023). Photo credit: DLNR Hawai’i.

The Maui Police Department released the names of two more victims from the Aug. 8 Lahaina fire. Police Sunday confirmed the identity of:

  • 75-year-old Floyd St Clair
  • 56-year-old Leticia Constantino

Both individuals are from Lāhainā.

There are 115 confirmed fatalities with 57 individuals now identified publicly following notification of next of kin.


The police said that six other people have been identified, but their families have not been located and/or notified.

Previously announced victims of the Maui wildfire disaster:

  • Tim Nakamoto, 69, Lāhainā
  • Nicholas Turbin III, 71, Lāhainā
  • Anthony “Tony” Simpson, 43, Lāhainā
  • Glenda Yabes, 48, Lāhainā
  • John “Thumper” McCarthy, 74, Lāhainā
  • Leroy Wagner, 69, Lāhainā
  • Joseph Lara, 86, Lāhainā
  • Gwendolyn Puou, 83, Lāhainā
  • Edward Sato, 76, Lāhainā
  • Eugene Recolizado, 50, Lāhainā
  • Mark Kaminsky, 59, Lāhainā
  • David Nuesca Jr., 59, Lāhainā
  • Poomaikai Losano, 28, Lāhainā
  • Carolyn Ono, 73, Lāhainā
  • Pablo Pagdilao III, 75, Lāhainā
  • Coleen Jones, 59, Lāhainā
  • Roxanne Ibara-Hinau, 68, Lāhainā
  • Rogelio Mabalot, 68, Lāhainā
  • George Hall III, 67, Kahului
  • Todd Nakamura, 61, Lāhainā
  • Bernard Portabes, 75, Lāhainā
  • Tony Takafua, 7, Lāhainā
  • Salote Tone, 39, Lāhainā
  • Faaoso Tone, 70, Lāhainā
  • Maluifonua Tone, 73, Lāhainā
  • Bette Jo Dyckman, 73, Lāhainā
  • Rebecca Rans, 57, Lāhainā
  • Tau Ponali, 66, Lāhainā
  • Valerie Kauffman, 78, Lāhainā
  • Salvador Coloma, 77, Lāhainā
  • Carlo Tobias, 54, Lāhainā
  • Albert Kitaguchi, 62, Lāhainā
  • Lynn Manibog, 74, Lāhainā
  • Clyde Wakida, 74, Lāhainā
  • Todd Yamafuji, 68, Lāhainā
  • Antonia Molina, 64, Lāhainā
  • Freeman Tam Lung, 80, Lāhainā
  • Theresa Cook, 72, California
  • Joseph Schilling, 67, Lāhainā
  • Narciso Baylosis Jr., 67, Lāhainā
  • Vanessa Baylosis, 67, Lāhainā
  • Douglas Gloege, 59, Lāhainā
  • Juan Deleon, 45, Lāhainā
  • Conchita Sagudang, 75, Lāhainā
  • Danilo Sagudang, 55, Lāhainā
  • Rodolfo Rocutan, 76, Lāhainā
  • Jonathan Somaoang, 76, Lāhainā
  • Angelita Vasquez, 88, Lāhainā
  • Donna Gomes, 71, Lāhainā
  • Melva Benjamin, 71, Lāhainā
  • Virginia Dofa, 90, Lāhainā
  • Alfredo Galinato, 79, Lāhainā
  • Robert Dyckman, 74, Lāhainā
  • Buddy Jantoc, 79, Lāhainā
  • Louise Abihai, 97, Lāhainā

The FBI reports the number of unaccounted for will fluctuate as they merge lists from various sources. On Sept. 8, the agency said 66 individuals have been reported unaccounted for.


Over 3,200 individuals who were reported unaccounted for, the FBI has determined at least 2,696 of those to be safe. The FBI and MPD said Sunday they continue to review and vet reports of unaccounted for that cannot yet be deemed credible at this time.

On Sept. 1, the MPD and FBI released a “second list” with 385 names. The FBI said they determined 235 of the 385 individuals as safe and removed those 235 from the “second list.” Currently, 53 individuals from the “second list” are still unaccounted for and remain on today’s list.

The authority said in addition, 80 names of possible unaccounted for are not included on the list because each of those reports are still being vetted for credibility. In these cases, no initial reporting party was provided or was available for follow-up. Also, four individuals from the “second list” have since been identified as deceased, 13 additional names were added, as provided by the following: MPD missing persons reports,reports from the American Red Cross, reports from the shelters, as well as individuals who called in to report unaccounted for but did not file a police report.


On Aug. 22, the agency said the unaccounted for list had the names of between 1,000 and 1,100 individuals. On Aug. 24, county officials released a list of 388 people  who have been reported as unaccounted for from the Aug. 8 Lahaina wildfire disaster. The list was narrowed by utilizing criteria that included first and last name and a human source that provided it. 

Maui Police Chief John Pelletier previously said more than 200 people responded to the department’s last list, and 120 plus DNA samples have been collected from family members to date.

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