Kaleinani Isaacs

1994 ~ 2022

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On the evening of Monday, September 5th, 2022, our beautiful wife, daughter, sister, granddaughter and friend, "Kaleinani" - Kaleinaniika'apuniku'upu'uwaimekealohapau'ole Isaacs unexpectedly transitioned from this earthly, mortal state into the next.

Born on September 26,1994 to Lori and Kapono Isaacs in Salt Lake City, Utah, Kaleinani was the eldest of 7 children -- Kekoa, Nainoa, Keali’i, Malia, Kianu and Kai. She and her siblings grew up in Utah with a few brief stints in Hawai'i.

Kaleinani graduated from Jordan High School in 2013 and played volleyball, soccer as well as rugby. She married Alvaro Orozco on October 24, 2020, with whom she planned to travel and make many new adventurous memories.

Kalei was very outgoing and definitely had an opinion that everyone heard about. She possessed a big heart full of aloha helping anyone she knew, almost to a fault.

Known to be a very hard worker, Kalei also knew how to have fun. She loved anything "Furful" (purple), camping, fishing, karaoke, Pokemon Go, playing pool, darts, socializing, and music amongst many other things.

Kalei is survived by her loving husband, parents, siblings, Tutu, both sets of grandparents, uncles, aunts and many cousins.
To our Princess Kaleinani, you will always be missed but never forgotten.

Me ke Aloha a Ke Akua a Ka Haku ia'oe e ku'u Kaleinani. E Ha'o ana Makou ia'oe e ku’u Pua Hiwa. E Poina'ole no ho'i a E Ola Mau me ke Aloha Pau’ole.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, September 17th at 1:00 PM with a viewing one hour prior to the graveside at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E. Dimple Dell Rd. (10600 S.), Sandy.