WILFRED IKARI
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WILFRED IKARI Wilfred "Ike" M. Ikari, 82, passed away Saturday 16 May 2020. Ike was born in Honolulu Hawaii, moved to Las Vegas in 1981 to retire after 26 honorable years with the USAF. Continuing a life of service, Ike retired from the U.S. Postal Service after 35 years. He was preceded in death by his wife of 39 years, Kyoko and sister Lillian Tsuji. He is survived by his sister Hazel Lee, bother Kenji, son Paul Ikari, daughter Nadine Searles, son-in-law Larry Searles and grandson Jacob Searles. Ike was a happy man, always a kind, inviting smile and loved watching sports. Now eternally together with his love, Kyoko, he will be greatly missed by his family and friends.



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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on May 24, 2020.
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May 26, 2020
Ike really was the nicest person I have ever known at the Post Office. May you find peace and joy now in heaven.
Corinna R
Coworker
May 26, 2020
I miss Ike so much he retired a few years ago its never been the same at work. He made the atmosphere so pleasant and was so fun to do crossword puzzles with. I will never forget him!
Virginia Evans
Coworker
May 25, 2020
That a wonderful smile. Made me happy just to see him.
James
Coworker
May 25, 2020
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends. Ike was a good man and i enjoyed working with him at the post office always had a smile, he will be missed
Bill Cook
Friend
May 25, 2020
My condolences to his family. Aloha Ike. You will be missed.
Cindy Harrison
Coworker
May 25, 2020
Ike was the nicest person ever. He always had a smile and a piece of candy. I swear his pockets were bottomless. I never saw him without a smile and a friendly greeting. He will be missed at the post office. Aloha. Ike.
Cindy Harrison
Coworker
May 25, 2020
I forgot then it came back to me. I remember he use to pass out hard candies. I guess I'm an old soul because I love it when I would get the butterscotch candies. Rest in peace!
Angela Guevara
Coworker
May 25, 2020
Ike it was an honor to worked with you at the USPS. Your were always smiling and in good spirits. I can still remember your laugh like it was yesterday. May you rest in peace with your wife and condolences to your family.
Angela Guevara
Coworker
May 25, 2020
Such a wonderful charming human being. Always smiling and cheerful when you saw him. Missed him dearly when he retired. Will miss him more now that he is gone.
LiNor Ng Briley
Coworker
May 24, 2020
I am so sorry to hear about Wilfred, whom I knew as Ike. He will be sorely missed. I would love running into him, at work. If he was preoccupied, he was always whistling a song. He always had a pocketful of candies and would give them out. He loved to talk. And he always seemed so happy, always had a smile on his face. I feel so bad that he wasn't able to enjoy a long retirement. I hope he didn't suffer. May he rest in peace. I will always have fond memories of him.
Laura
Coworker
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