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  • Dear Bill - On behalf of all the B's, I wanted to thank you for your excellent and very professional services in honor of our mother, C.B. We can't thank you enough, but please accept this as a token of our sincere appreciation.
  • Bill - thank you again for the excellent assistance with mom's funeral.
    The T. Family
  • Bill - thank you very much for all of your assistance with D.'s funeral. Your made the military honors ceremony so special. The nine members of the US Army followed your lead and were exceptional. Dan at the cemetery ensured that every detail was handled beautifully, right up to the final salute by the workers at the grave site. It was memorable.
  • Dear all, Sorry for writing this email late. My family and i sincerely express our deepest thanks and appreciation for the kind assistance rendered to me in bringing my late sister body back to Singapore. She have been safely brought back and laid to rest in Singapore last Saturday 09/11/2013. No words can express how thankful i am for all the help you all have given to me. May God repay your kind deeds and blessed you all always. Thank you very much :)
  • Bill - Thanks so much for your expert handling of the arrangements for my mom and dad. I really appreciate your efficiency and your care. My mom's funeral was a great celebration of her life. The Bishop, 25 priests, 10 deacons and 300 parishioners. God Bless you!
    Fr. T. G.
  • Dear Bill, Thank you for taking care of all the details for my husband's funeral. You coached me to make good decisions and alerted me not to make a costly mistake
  • Bill, Thank you! Your knowledge and expertise made the family's experience a comforting experience. Mahalo for your proficiency.
  • There are no words to express my gratitude for all you've done. Your kind gesture will last a life time. Thank you
  • Mr. William Amigone, Thank you again. The formal memorial service was attended by more than 30 people. the Buddhist service went well. I'm sure Mrs. K.I. is now with her ancestors in Okinawa. Attendants at the service thanked me for "rescuing" Mrs.I. I told them that without Bill Amigone of Diamond Head Memorial Park, I could not have retrieved the urn. I am glad that I was introduced to you.
  • Bill Amigone, Greetings! It has been a LONG while: ( Don't even know if you remember me?) I remember you well and, recently, thought of you more so.... What a heartwarming newspaper article in the Star-Advertiser June 17th issue. How very nice of you to help lay K.I. to rest. Surely you saw the article? If not here is a copy that you may keep. Still plan to stop by and have a "funeral arrangements" discussion with you. Will call for an appointment, promise.... Meanwhile, do take care. Looking forward to seeing you again.....