Audrey Ululani Hartung passed away at home on the evening of June 28, 2021. Audrey was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on October 2, 1943 to Pomane Palakiko and Jeanette Maile (Kalino) Cho. She graduated from Radford High School and started working for Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) in Hawaii as a Civil Servant, later continuing this work in Bremerton.
Audrey was proud to be a civil servant for 40 years, but she was even more proud of being a mother of five. She spent time as a cub scout den leader, Peninsula Hawaii Club treasurer, and was a member of the Cho Hui Ohana, Kona, Hawaii. Audrey loved to play (and win) cards, especially at the casino with family and friends. She kept busy with cribbage, bowling, online games (Candy Crush), word searches and crosswords. She also enjoyed exploring Vegas and Reno, summer vacations in Canada, a cruise to Alaska, and trips to Hawaii. She loved get-togethers, including her and Kenneth’s 25th and 50th wedding anniversary parties, their wedding renewal ceremony, Cho Ohana gatherings and USS SARGO reunions.
Audrey was preceded in death by her father, Pomane Cho, her mother, J. Maile Cho, Brothers Wendell and Hiram Cho and sister Raynette Gouveia. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth H. Hartung, and her children; son, Frank P. Cho, daughters, J. Maile Neiner, Virginia L.K. Hartung, Vicki R.I. Nix, and son, K. Scott Hartung. Grandchildren, Kennedy, Kaiser, Jaq, Michael, Matthew, Mitchell, Makenna, Susan, Cavan, Kenman, Mason and Haydon, and great-grandchild Mikaela.