Iizuka Mamoru

July 21, 1934 - January 26, 2021
Iizuka Mamoru

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Mamoru Iizuka, 86, of Hudson, Florida, passed away peacefully on January 26, 2021. He was called back to Japan to be with his parents, Toshi and Teru Iizuka.

Mamoru was born in Tokyo, Japan and lived in Los Angeles, California, Scarsdale, New York and retired in Hudson, Florida.  He was a graduate of Siena College in Albany, New York where he studied Business Administration which sparked his passion for banking and finance. He was a world traveler and had a passion for good food and conversation.


Being a kind and dependable father and grandfather was of the utmost importance to Mamoru and he certainly did not disappoint when it came to wholeheartedly loving his family.


He is survived by his wife, Alla; daughter Janet and her husband, Paul; grandchildren Alexandra Sloane and George Sloane; son, Thomas Iizuka and granddaughter, Cameron Iizuka. He is also survived by family in Japan and many friends, former colleagues who he fondly spoke of.


To all at Solaris Rehabilitation in Hudson, Florida, the family thanks each nurse and caregiver who took care of Mamoru.  Through their compassion and love, Mamoru was happy in his final days.

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  • October 12, 2022
    Anthony Biviano says:
    I thought of Mamoru today! I decided to Google his name, not knowing what I would find and lo & behold there he was on the very first link. Even though more than 60 years had passed, I recognized him immediately! Mamoru and my brother Joseph graduated from Siena in 1961. My brother had great affection for him all through their college days owing, no doubt, to the fact that Joe served in Nagoya for 3 years while in the US Airforce. Mamoru was a frequent visitor to our home in Amsterdam, NY when I was a boy. A gentle man and a gentleman always. My brother passed in 2007 from diabetes! Please accept my belated condolences for your loss! Be well!

  • January 29, 2021
    Paul Mercado says:
    My father in law and my dad passed on the same day. Two very different men, both with a strong work ethic. Mamoru loved his family and enjoyed to hear of their challenges and successes. His pride of family came through in just about every conversation I had with him. Remembering his wonderful and gentle soul and soft spoken manner will be the way I will always remember him in my memories. I am fortunate to have become part of the family he held so dear. May Mamoru Rest In Peace and live in our hearts always. Love, Paul

  • January 29, 2021
    Maria & Eric Castellucci says:
    My deepest condolences to Paul, Janet and family. May the beautiful memories of your loved one bring you comfort. Thoughts and prayers.

  • January 29, 2021
    Debra Ortega says:
    Our heartfelt condolences to Janet, Paul, Alexandra, George and all of the Iizuka family. May all your cherished memories bring you comfort at this difficult time and his memory be a blessing. Love and prayers, Leo, Debra & and Leanne Ortega

  • January 30, 2021
    Eileen Sloane and Family says:
    Our deepest condolences to Janet, Paul, Alexandra and George. May you feel comfort in knowing that Mamoru is in a better place and, hopefully, getting back on a golf course! You are In our thoughts and prayers .

  • February 03, 2021
    Michael Gustafson says:
    We are so very sorry for the loss of your husband/father. He was a great neighbor, I will miss our talks