Kyong Wo Joseph “Tutuman” Chew, 84, of Panaewa, died on Sunday, May 13, 2012 at Hilo Medical Center. He was born on July 8, 1927 in Kohala, Hawaii. He was a Navy veteran that served from 1944 to1949. He retired with 36 years of service as a Power Plant Controller at Pearl Harbor Shipyard on Oahu. He was the Hilo Manager for a private security firm for many years. He received nine ribbons including the Korean Conflict Area, he was a member of NARFE, VFW, Mason Scottish Rite and Shriner’s Aloha Temple. A Memorial Service will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday (May 19, 2012) at the Haili Tent, Panaewa. An Urn Committal Service will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday (May 22, 2012) at the Punchbowl National Memorial of the Pacific Cemetery, 2177 Puowaina Drive, Honolulu. He is survived by, his loving wife of sixty years, Lorraine Chew of Panaewa; son, Langford (Mary) Chew of Kapolei, Oahu; daughters, Waonette Chew of California, Marva Lynn Chew of Panaewa, Jowett (Keith) Chew-Marumoto of Hilo, Rayveen (Timothy) Waters of California and Violyna (Luiz Roberto) Chew-Fernandez of California; hanai daughters, Sheila Ledesma Streltzer of Oahu and Suzie Alviso of California; hanai sons, Walter Hall of Oahu and Rodney Clarose of California; 17 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; predeceased by daughters, Crystal Lee Chew and Tylee Chew.