Two more Maui wildfire victims identified; five still pending next of kin notification

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Maui police Wednesday afternoon officially confirmed the identities of two more victims of the West Maui wildfires.

Those named were 14-year-old Keyiro Fuentes and 79-year-old Maurice Buen, both of Lāhainā.

Nearly all of the victims who have been identified as of Wednesday were from Lāhainā. The death toll in the Aug. 8 wildfire that destroyed the historic community, the deadliest wildfire in the past century in the United States, stands at 115.

A total of 63 victims have now been named. Authorities have identified an additional five victims and are working to contact their next of kin.


A list of the other victims identified as of Wednesday afternoon can be found at the end of this story.

On Friday, Maui police and the FBI released a third list of 66 names who were reported unaccounted for following the wildfires on the Valley Isle. Of the more than 3,200 individuals who were reported missing, the FBI has determined at least 2,696 of them to be safe.

Authorities continue to review and vet reports of the unaccounted individuals. To view the list of people still missing online, click here.


If you think an individual is still unaccounted for and their name is not included on the list, contact Maui police at 808-244-6400 or via email at [email protected] to file a missing persons report.

Immediate family members — parent, sibling or child — not living on Maui should call the FBI at 888-814-7693 or click here to receive instructions on how to provide a DNA sample in effort to help with the identification process.

The other victims who have been identified so far are:

  • Buddy Carter, 85, of Lāhainā
  • Bibiana “Bhing” Lutrania, 58, of Lāhainā
  • Glenn Yoshino, 75, of Lāhainā
  • Rafael Imperial, 63, of Lāhainā
  • Floyd St. Clair, 75, of Lāhainā
  • Leticia Constantino, 56, of Lāhainā
  • Louise Abihai, 97, of Lāhainā
  • Nicholas Turbin III, 71, of Lāhainā
  • Anthony “Tony” Simpson, 43, of Lāhainā
  • Glenda Yabes, 48, of Lāhainā
  • John “Thumper” McCarthy, 74, of Lāhainā
  • Tim Nakamoto, 69, of Lāhainā
  • Leroy Wagner, 69, of Lāhainā
  • Joseph Lara, 86, of Lāhainā
  • Gwendolyn Puou, 83, of Lāhainā
  • Edward Sato, 76, of Lāhainā
  • Eugene Recolizado, 50, of Lāhainā
  • Mark Kaminsky, 59, of Lāhainā
  • David Nuesca Jr., 59, of Lāhainā
  • Poomaikai Losano, 28, of Lāhainā
  • Carolyn Ono, 73, of Lāhainā
  • Pablo Pagdilao III, 75, of Lāhainā
  • Coleen Jones, 59, of Lāhainā
  • Roxanne Ibara-Hinau, 68, of Lāhainā
  • Rogelio Mabalot, 68, of Lāhainā
  • George Hall III, 67, of Kahului
  • Todd Nakamura, 61, of Lāhainā
  • Bernard Portabes, 75, of Lāhainā
  • Tony Takafua, 7, of Lāhainā
  • Salote Tone, 39, of Lāhainā
  • Faaoso Tone, 70, of Lāhainā
  • Maluifonua Tone, 73, of Lāhainā
  • Bette Jo Dyckman, 73, of Lāhainā
  • Rebecca Rans, 57, of Lāhainā
  • Tau Ponali, 66, of Lāhainā
  • Valerie Kauffman, 78, of Lāhainā
  • Salvador Coloma, 77, of Lāhainā
  • Carlo Tobias, 54, of Lāhainā
  • Albert Kitaguchi, 62, of Lāhainā
  • Lynn Manibog, 74, of Lāhainā
  • Clyde Wakida, 74, of Lāhainā
  • Todd Yamafuji, 68, of Lāhainā
  • Antonia Molina, 64, of Lāhainā
  • Freeman Tam Lung, 80, of Lāhainā
  • Theresa Cook, 72, of California
  • Joseph Schilling, 67, of Lāhainā
  • Narciso Baylosis Jr., 67, of Lāhainā
  • Vanessa Baylosis, 67, of Lāhainā
  • Douglas Gloege, 59, of Lāhainā
  • Juan Deleon, 45, of Lāhainā
  • Conchita Sagudang, 75, of Lāhainā
  • Danilo Sagudang, 55, of Lāhainā
  • Rodolfo Rocutan, 76, of Lāhainā
  • Jonathan Somaoang, 76, of Lāhainā
  • Angelita Vasquez, 88, of Lāhainā
  • Donna Gomes, 71, of Lāhainā
  • Melva Benjamin, 71, of Lāhainā
  • Virginia Dofa, 90, of Lāhainā
  • Alfredo Galinato, 79, of Lāhainā
  • Robert Dyckman, 74, of Lāhainā
  • Buddy Jantoc, 79, of Lāhainā

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