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Saturday at Waimea United Church of Christ; service 10 a. Born in 'Ewa. Former proprietor of Queen's Dress Shop in Wailuku. Survived by daughter, Marjorie Tsuji; four grandsons; caregiver, Denise Tanaka. Visitation 2 to 3 p. Inurnment service 9 a. Monday at Maui Memorial Park. He was born in Kihei, Maui. He is survived by wife Chizuko, daughter Marjorie Tsuji, four grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.

Services: 5 p. Tuesday at Iao Congregational Church. Call after 4 p. Burial: 9 a. Born in Hiroshima, Japan. Retired from Mutual Welding Co. Survived by wife, Tachiko; son, Russell; a grandchild. Thursday at Diamond Head Mortuary. Born in Olowalu, Maui. Retired production line foreperson at Lahaina Cannery. Survived by hanai sons, Roland Laanui and Jack; caregiver and granddaughter, Lehua Brockmiller; two grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; 20 great-great-grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 9 p. Graveside service a. Saturday at Maui Memorial Park.

Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service p. Born in Lana'i City. Worked as salesclerk for Leola's of Hawai'i. Survived by son, Don "Kamoi"; daughters, Doreen "Pita" and Donora "Boot"; brother, Walter; sister, Thelma; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Wake 9 a. Born in Kalaoa, South Kona, Hawai'i. Survived by sister, Nancy Nacua, nieces and nephews.

Visitation 8 a. Thursday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 8 p. Survived by nephews, Roy and Ronald Canon; grandnieces and grandnephews. Visitation 11 a. Sunday at Ali'i Beach Park, Hale'iwa; service a. Service technician for Fort Shafter Bowling Alley. Survived by brothers, David, Dean and Dane.

Visitation 4 to 9 p. Sunday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 6 p. Graveside service 10 a. Monday at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Visitation to 9 p. Visitation also 8;30 to a. Saturday; service 11 a. Burial at the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Born in Makiki. Employed at E. Fernandez Shows. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; service a. Born on O'ahu. Retired from Pearl Harbor as an administrative assistant.

Survived by husband, George Sr. Visitation to 8 p. Sunday at Ballard Family Mortuary; service and eulogy 7 p. Service also 2 p. Private scattering of ashes to be held at a later date. Lei only. Born in Kalaheo, Kaua'i. Survived by husband, George; son, James. Friday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service noon; burial p. Born in Kaka'ako. Survived by daughters, Deanne, Ginger and Lani; sons, Chester "Kamalu" and Michael; 24 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Visitation to a. Saturday at Diamond Head Mortuary; eulogy a.

Born in Kailua. Private memorial service held. Arrangements by Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. He was born in Kalapana. Services: 7 p. Wednesday and 10 a. Thursday at Dodo Mortuary. Call after 6 p. Wednesday and after 9 a. Burial to follow at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery no. Visitation 8 to 11 a. Arrangements by Woolsey-Hosoi Mortuary Services. An auto mechanic who belonged to New Hope Fellowship-Oahu. Graveside committal service 1 p. Born in Honolulu; raised in Waimanalo. A former Honolulu police officer and ironworker. Honolulu service 10 a.

Gathering of family and friends 9 a. Sunday for a scattering of ashes at Baby Makapu'u Beach Kailua side. For information call Trish Kahikina at or Arrangements by Homelani Memorial Park Mortuary. Born in Kohala, Hawai'i. A member of Word of Life Church. Survived by son, Leonard Eliysares; daughters, Caroline Dudoit, Melody Holbron, Rosita Valentine and Alvina Young; 18 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. Tuesday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; wake service 7 p.

Wednesday; service a. Burial 11 a. Survived by brothers, Norman, Vernon and Harry Jr. Born in Pu'uanahulu, Kona, Hawai'i. A retired heavy equipment operator for Imperial Trucking. Visitation 5 p. Friday at the residence, Kaneaki St. Born in Waipio Valley, Hawai'i. A member of the Honoka'a Hawaiian Civic Club.

He is survived by son Kahekili, daughters Kaualani and Kamalani, and father Russell. Retired Palama Settlement locker room attendant. Survived by daughter, Ann Kawai; sons, Louis Jr. He was Kahuanui is a member of UH's Circle of Honor and was remembered by former teammates as a superb all-around athlete. As an end on the Rainbows' football team, he became only the second UH player to earn honorable mention All-America honors.

His coach, Tommy Kaulukukui, was the first in Kahuanui also broke new ground for the Rainbows in when he was invited to play in the East-West Shrine Game, the premier college all-star game at the time. Richard Mamiya, another Circle of Honor member who was Kahuanui's teammate. Since then, more than UH football players have participated in various all-star games. Kahuanui also was a starter on the Rainbows' basketball team and was a territorial heavyweight boxing champion.

He was inducted into the Circle of Honor in He was one of the few guys who was that tall 6 feet 4 back then, but he had raw talent and was a natural athlete. But the thing I remember most about him is what a wonderful guy he was. He was such a nice guy. He coached Kahuku's football team from and guided the Red Raiders' boys basketball team to the Rural O'ahu Interscholastic Association championship. Later that year, he became head varsity football coach at Roosevelt, a position he held through Kahuanui also developed into a single-handicap golfer.

Services are pending. Service 1 p. Sunday at Ma'ili Beach Park; scattering of ashes to follow. Arrangements by Nuuanu Mortuary. Survived by husband, the Rev. Henry Sr. Visitation 6 to 8 p. Thursday at the Wananalua Congregational Church; service 8 p. Visitation also 9 to 11 a. Friday at the church; service 11 a. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary; memorial service 7 p. Born in Corona, Calif. A former juvenile detention worker for the State of Hawai'i, judiciary division. Born in Wai'anae. Born in Pu'unene, Maui. A hotel and restaurant cook.

Survived by brothers, William and Charles; sister, Elizabeth. Born in Holualoa, Hawai'i. A retired state bridge maintenance supervisor. Visitation 4 to 5 p. Monday at Borthwick Hawai'i Funeral Home; service 5 p. He was born in Puunene, Maui. He is survived by brothers William and Charles and sister Elizabeth. Mass: 11 a. Saturday at Christ the King Church. Survived by husband, George; sons, Walter Liu Jr.

George Catholic Church; Mass a. Maui Waena Intermediate School student. Survived by parents, Weston and Tane' Sr. Survived by wife, Inez; sons, Samuel Jr. Friday; service a. Born in Honoulu. A landscaper. Anthony's Catholic Church, Papa'aloa; Mass a. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo. Arrangements by Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary. Born in Redondo Beach, Calif.

Arrangements by Borthwick Mortuary. Born in Makua, Wai'anae. Kailua-Kona Chevron station employee; and retired Honolulu Ford partsman. Survived by wife, Beatrice Baoy; sons, Clement Jr. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary, Honolulu; memorial service 7 p. Service also 8 a. Saturday at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Kona. Dorene Kehaulani Kaio, 40, of Hauula, a veteran of the U. Army, died Monday Jan 28, She was also a cafeteria employee for Kahuku High School. She is survived by husband Carl P.

Aea; mother Elizabeth L. Aea; brothers Hiram A. Aea; and sisters Yolanda N. Seumanutafa and Darlene L. Services: 10 a. Call after a. Burial: 1 p. Born in Hana, Maui. A housekeeper for Destination Resorts. Saturday at Ballard Family Mortuary; service 11 a. JANE Y. Retired Surfrider Inc. Monday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Private services. He was born in Makawao.

He is survived by sister Jane Y. Survived by wife, Hilda; daughters, Faye Langhoff and Wendy Shigeta; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Kakalia , who taught herself Hawaiian quilt-making and was considered a master of the art, died March She was Kakalia was born Deborah "Kepola" Umiamaka in Honolulu in and was the 14th of 15 children. She was a graduate of McKinley High School. In the s, Kakalia was an avid Western-style quilter and was determined to learn the traditional Hawaiian-style of quilting.

But Kakalia, who worked as a presser in the laundry room at Le'ahi Hospital, became frustrated by the patronizing attitude of the quilting instructors she encountered. Undeterred, Kakalia began to research Hawaiian quilts and developed her own style. In , she published "The Art of Hawaiian Quilting" and she began to travel to several countries to pass on her knowledge. Each of Kakalia's designs bears her trademark, an eight-point star, which she called the "star of David" in honor of her second husband, David Kakalia. In , Kakalia retired and turned over her patterns and classes to Goard.

One of Kakalia's last projects was a bright pink-on-pink chrysanthemum crib blanket that will be presented to Japan's Princess Aiko next month. Every student that comes into the shop claims they were aunty's favorite, so we see at least 10 favorites walk in a day. Francis Hospice in Ewa, Goard said. One of the last quilts Kakalia made, a bright pink-on-pink chrysanthemum crib blanket, will be presented next month in Tokyo to Princess Aiko, the newest member of Japan's imperial family.

In the s, already practiced in the American style of quilting, Kakalia was forced to teach herself the Hawaiian style of quilting, Goard said, adding that quilters at Kawaiahao Church shunned her for not learning the art through her mom or grandmother. Kakalia learned by watching and started creating her own designs because she did not care for the obscure traditional patterns.

Her trademark is an eight-pointed star, which she called her "star of David" in honor of her second husband, David Kakalia, who died in Another mark she was fond of was the old-fashioned embellishment "wai wai moa," which resembles three-pronged chicken feet. Kakalia started teaching regular classes at Bishop Museum in and published "The Art of Hawaiian Quilting" in She retired in from Leahi Hospital, where she was a presser in the laundry.

She retired shortly after enduring several strokes and heart attacks in April Prolific in her work, Kakalia stopped counting when she had completed 3, inch pillows, and at her own estimate made more than 75 bed quilts, Goard said. Kakalia is survived by seven children, 24 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Viewing will be held at 8 a. Thursday at the mauka chapel at Borthwick Mortuary. Services will be at a. Aloha attire is requested. An educational aide at Waipahu Intermediate School. Service 5 p. Saturday at Nuuanu Mortuary. Retired Dynamic Industries heavy equipment mechanic.

Service 3 p. Born in Hilo. Private services held. Arrangements by Nu'uanu Mortuary. Born in 'Ola'a, Hawai'i. A linen delivery person for the former Hilo Quality Cleaners. Also employed at the former Flintkote Canec Co. Visitation 3 p. Monday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 4 p. Born in Pa'auilo, Hawai'i. Memorial service a. Friday at Hamakua Jodo Mission, Hawai'i. Arrangements by Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary.

Born in Pau'uilo, Hawai'i. A member of Puna Hongwanji Mission. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Retired welder. Thursday at Nuuanu Memorial Park Mortuary; service p. A second-grader at Hana High and Elementary School. Survived by parents, Daniel Jr. Celebration of life with visitation from 8 a. Mary's Church, Hana; Mass 11 a. Peter's Church Cemetery. Born in Honomu, Hawai'i. Survived by sons, David and Dwayne; daughters, Freesia Kaneaiakala and Merle; 14 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren.

Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 11 a. She was born in Lihue. Wednesday at Borthwick Kauai Mortuary. Friday at Nanaikapono Protestant Church; service 7 p. Saturday at Mililani Memorial Park. Born in Maka'alae, Hana, Maui. A boatswain mate with Matson Navigation. Friday at Ballard Family Mortuary; service a. Visitation also 8 to 10 a. Mary's Catholic Church; Mass 10 a. Born in Wailuku. Cemetery committal service 1 p. Visitation from 10 a. Friday at Maili Church of God; service a. Burial p.

A crane operator retired from Hawaiian Crane and Rigging. Survived by wife, Elsie; sons, Henry Jr. Visitation 10 to a. Friday at Diamond Head Mortuary; service a. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service a. Born on Moloka'i. A retired custodian at the University of Hawai'i. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 6 p.

A retired security guard. Survived by wife, Elizabeth; son, Shannon Jr. He was born in Tonga. Overnight services: call after 5 p. Friday at Honolulu Methodist Church. Services: 8 a. Saturday at same church. Burial: 11 a. Valley Isle Memorial Park. Born in Kealakekua, Hawai'i. Survived by husband, Richard Sr. Visitation 8 to 10 a. No flowers, Casual attire.

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Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Kona. Born in Ho'okena, South Kona, Hawai'i. Retired federal boat captain. Clarence K. Kaleponi, 45, of Kaneohe, died Wednesday Oct 2, in Kailua. Visitation 4 p.

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A recycler for Honolulu Recovery. Visitation 8 to a. Arrangements by Woolsey -Hosoi Mortuary. Inurnment of ashes 2 p. Lei welcome. Owner of Kalilikane Corporation. Monday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p. Friday at Dodo Mortuary, Hilo; service 6 p. Sunday at Nuuanu Mortuary; service 11 a.

A lei seller and swap meet vendor. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary; service 7 p. Graveside service and burial 10 a. Tuesday at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. No known survivors. No service will be held. Arrangements by Williams Funeral Services. Survived by husband, William Sr.

Wednesday at Kalaikamana Hou Hall, Kaunakakai. Visitation also 8 to 11 a. Thursday at the hall. A former warehouse supervisor at Hickam Air Force Base. Tuesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p. Wednesday at the mortuary; service a.

Retired general manager of Ogden Aviation with 22 years of service. Mainland service. Survived by mother, Anita; son, Denzel Jr. A secretary for the federal government. Wednesday at Borthwick Mortuary; service 7 p. Thursday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Born in Wahiawa. Maui services later. Saturday at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; service 7 p. Born in Po'oniuohua, Moloka'i.

Saturday at United Gospel Fellowship Church; service 11 a. Visitation also from 1 p. Monday at the Way of Salvation Church, Moloka'i; service 2 p. Born in Honoka'a, Hawai'i. Survived by husband, Samuel "Kamuela" Jr. Born in Kula, Maui. A member of St. Anthony Church. Anthony Church; Mass a. Arrangements by Borthwick Norman's Mortuary.

Born in Waipahu. Retired as a crane operator at Pearl Harbor. She was born in Huelo, Maui. Services: p. Scattering of ashes at sea: 10 a. Call a. Retired payroll clerk. Service information to be provided at a later date. Arrangements by Diamond Head Mortuary. Chun 61 illness or otherwise.

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Mahi Everyone had a wonderful Beamer 46 accompanied the time it was suggested that we singing with his piano playing. Mark your reunion week. Mahalo to As with all successful events, all who participated and helped to KS 61 make Alumni Week a warm and memorable time together. Clara Gilbert Dias arranged for this cultural experi- ence. Sharing stories of ourselves prizes were available from the Kapuniai Kahiapo, Denise brought the group closer. Joan generous donations of classmates. Kekuna and H. Gabriel Nicholas. The prize was won Tournament by: David Perkins, in the loi to plant the taro keiki.

After many creative changes pupus and Joseph Anakaleas David Mortensen and Kawika for the better, we performed to famous jook. Mortensen 01, William N. Villa, perfection at Talent Night. After the service at Bishop D. Bacon, James Wong, Bud Simeona chairing the event. The rest of the Norma Asuncion Vann, Cherilyn sing and share our songs. Watch Then it was back to the dorm out guys, our number of lady for Talent Night rehearsal with golfers might soon be equal to Aaron Mahi and Nola Nahulu. Classmates could view ment chaired by Anthony LeBron.

This was ment were Rodney Maile, James valley. Back at Knau Hale dorm, also a great time to socialize, eat K. Noa Jr. Keeping ship of everyone. A great Maii, H. Teresa will last forever. Nola and Dr. I mua Kkou! Daniel Akaka and Alma Souki ended our performance by chanting all our Hawaiian ohana names as a finale.

Kernohan award for her years of music Our 25th Alumni Week reunion contribution to Hawaii. The night culminated new day and an early morning bus with Auntie Georgie serenading KS 76 Kindergarten babies with teacher Julie Williams 46 ride to Hlona Point at Sandy Kyle Bowdie Paishon at the Beach for a memorial service boarders reception held in Akahi honoring 12 deceased classmates. Dining Hall. Kahu Wendell Davis and Gabe Monday night the boarders presided. The event of All present were treated to was held at Bishop Hall field. KS an evening of nahenahe music and 71 hosted KS 41 who were dressed dance hosted by none other than in their western wear to keep with Robert Cazimero It was an the theme of the evening.

Tuesday night we celebrated early with classmates participating our 43rd birthdays at Kekuluohi in a canoe race with KS 61, lei- dormitory. It was well attended by draping ceremonies at the King our classmates. Wednesday we all came At the evening Ahaaina, it was together for the radio luncheon and great to see Melvin Paoa, Ralph for Dr. Abelyn that evening. Thompson and the free-flowing At a memorial service on sounds of music led by David Sunday, June 10, we honored our Kawika Trask.

Thursday we took deceased classmates with Gabe in the Fashion Show at Kalama reading their names. Dining Hall and that evening Mahalo nui loa to Dr.


Michael participated in Talent Night. KS 76 Chun and his staff for facilitating emerged victorious once again, Alumni Week and to the outstand- capturing the Most Contemporary ing facilities people for their kkua award. Eh, who was that fat, ugly, at events. Mahalo to the many class- white-faced lady in a red muu-muu mates who contributed to making and blond wig kissing Don Ho? KS 72 did a fabulous job Kamehameha floral parade, and thanks and aloha to each and on the delicious Hawaiian food. PAR did an incredible every member of the Class of l Week Sunday arrived much too job in putting the events together who contributed in the planning, quicklynone of us wanted the which were greatly enjoyed by all.

The memorial service The class event on June 7 activities and events. It as they delighted in the unique able for purchase very soon and was difficult to say our goodbyes experience of a Progressive Dinner planning has started for the Class so we didnt. We are still having a orchestrated by Dirk Soma. You may also Blue Tropix. I MUA! Grad night at on the What a Blast! KS 81s 20th reunion 86 Rise on June 8 was another extra- was a truly phenomenal celebration ordinary class event. Over of wonderful classmates and cher- classmates were treated to exquisite ished high school memories.

The food, lively entertainment by Nanea, class theme, Haaheo, embodies the a nostalgic video presentation by KS Class of pride and spirit of all members of Faye Manuel Jones and Michael by Robert K. Quartero 86 the Class of Higgins, an endless stream of door Classmates from Oahu, prizes, fond reconnecting with The Kamehameha Schools Class of Hawaii, Maui, Kauai, Lanai, dear friends, loads of laughter, would like to thank all those California, Texas, Utah, Washington, and bountiful bonding to last a who made this years 15th reunion and as far away as Australia collec- lifetime.

The non-stop celebration a wonderful success. There were so tively celebrated. The magical and talents, dating as far back as Iolani dorm where classmates moments of the evening will be , to make this years class reveled in Happy Hour every forever engrained in the hearts reunion as special as it was. We and 19th hole at Pearl Country Memorial Chapel. As a class, and through a few challenges, we were able to enjoy old friends and to meet new ones.

At the management staff at both places the last minute, brave classmates for their service and generous Agenhardt Ellis, Crayn Kauahi accommodations. It was great Akina, Keala Losch and the seeing everyone again. Class Night proved to their own unique past memories, be a night of fun, catching up, and everyone enjoyed each others casino cruising. KS 91 converged aloha and manao. Friday night was upon the Dole Cannery ballroom capped by a pier side concert at for dinner and dancing, then Kaponos with entertainment moved to the Spy Bar at John provided by Kapono and friends.

Dominis Restaurant to continue the As class representative, I would party. On Saturday night, June 9, like to thank all who helped with classmates once again got together the reunion activities, including on the Oahu campus for the those who offered to help but were annual alumni Ahaaina.

There was staff Aunty Gerry, mahalo for being food, games, a Winnie the Pooh a patient mentor for their support, bouncer for the kids and some of guidance and leadership in the the adults and loads of fun. We planning and execution of Alumni had such a great time that we are Week A hui hou, mlama pono! Vollmar Crabbe and Clarence Self, rarely seen members of the class, made a surprise appearance. Mahalo to Tommy Chung who made all the arrangements for the luncheon. Glorianns good food and exposure to loads the class annual Fourth of July involvement with the festivals dates of educational and historical expe- celebration at Elmer and Mary back to , when it was a small- riences that were enjoyed during Manleys Waialua home on Oahus scale event.

Through her diligence visits to various ports. From North Shore was no exception. With a budget where they boarded the Renaissance next two years. A home- A fun-filled day beyond the call by putting in and Ajaccio, France; Livorno, was enjoyed by all who attended countless hours directing a crew of Florence, Civitavecchia, Naples, the beachfront gathering, including volunteers. Plans are on June Fourteen classmates being made for the class 57th s responded to the call for kokua, and reunion next year.

Plans are being Gloriann Moikeha Akau 52 was served as ushers, candle lighters directed toward an interisland recently awarded the first Naupaka and greeters. This event kicks off cruise around the Hawaiian Award granted by the Waikoloa reunion activities for the classs islands. Foundation for her work in 50th reunion celebration slated The KS Class of really expanding the Aloha Festivals on from June , The get-together the recipients of the 11th Annual Kapu Chan, J. Dias, and Clifford Carpenter. The group sang at Siloama and St. Philomena churches at Kalawao and as the voices lifted in song, it was as though the pages of history were turned back in time and Father Damien and his patients were there in person listening to the hymns being sung.

Each in the group was touched by the Halau sisters Edith beauty, serenity, and tranquility Kahaulelio Almeida left that is Kalaupapa. Education at Kamehameha. She and husband, Aaron Kilohana Hirano 94, and take place March 23 31, Former Warriors mark your calendars; more infor- Kale Chang 91 and Jenna Kanoe who played in a statewide slow mation will be sent via the class Chang We say Aloha to our pitch baseball tournament at newsletter.

Claire Gordon Botelho. Jackie played on information youd like to include on worked as Data Systems the Kohala team, Billy for a Hilo the site. She will be team from Honolulu. The Waimea along with spouses, friends, one relocating to Washington, D. The guys agreed that 60s, transported the birthday going back into the classroom is playing in the tournament brought celebrants back to a time when the Pearl Kiilau Kailimai who now together friends from high school word karaoke meant singing teaches at Pahoa High School. Class hula sisters Edith Kahaulelio victories and defeats.

On Saturday, Oct. Michael the class gathered at Millers 9, Invitations will be mailed Chun Molokai Vacation Hale on to classmates in September. Molokai class- Kovasic Warnke. The class says mates will welcome the class Feb. Maui classmates will Coordinating Committee chaired welcome the class April The four-day brated their 50th birthdays in Hilo Birthday Bash, and the island of event was hosted by Norman and Aug.

An important highlight Hawaii will round things out Oct. Melani Paresa Abihai at their of the birthday celebration was the So, mark your calendars Pukalani home. Classmates arrived presentation by Nathan Chang of a now, and wait for the next on July 20 and spent the day swim- painting done by classmate Rickey newsletter with more information. Class- attended the play Ulalena at the Fortuna. As the class sang school mates picked limu kohu and ogo, Maui Myth and Magic Theater in songs led by George Kahumoku enjoyed a Molokai Diet lunch of Lhaina and had dinner at the and Roy Horner, the painting of poi, lomi oio and steamed chicken Silkwood Restaurant.

On Saturday heleconia done in different shades lau packets, visited Hlawa morning, classmates golfed at of orange, red, green and gold was Valley, and gathered items for a Pukalani Golf Course and later that unveiled. The bravest or evening drove to Pukalani for a backyard dinner at the Abihais. Alika Desha flew in from Kailua- Kona to cater the event for class- Georgia Wong was the official photographer. Everyone enjoyed themselves at the 19th hole afterwards. The cruise, leaving and planted alongside the main road Calif. Many mahalos and congrat- returning from Vancouver, is open leading to the campus.

In the words ulations to the Hilo classmates who to all classmates, friends and family of Simeon Alo, Our 69 class get- worked long hours and did yeoman members. For more information, together was awesome and beauti- duty to make the 50th Birthday call Linda Nishimura at He was previously an assis- short a precious time spent in Hilo. Teresa administers was not in his office in the Pentagon Makuakane-Drechsel, recently the oath of on Sept. God was watch- and Post-High Counseling and Sgt. Curt ing over Kirk that day as his arrival Lam Ho. The first official meeting was area, please call class represen- held in mid-June with a fantastic Out-of-state classmates attending tative Marsha Heu Bolson at turnout and lots of kkua offers.

Patin, Theone Otsuka Tollefson, his last tour of duty in the U. Were working on a theme and a and Donnette Paishon from Army on Sept. The class is still looking for a Anthony from Palmetto, Fla. Brede 84 left with dad Dr. Lawrence Brede Jr. Raine Arndt, Christopher Nary, D. Tomotsu Iwaishi Jr. June , to prep food, prepare representative, for stepping to the 30 countries. The race is run over decorations, setup and more. If plate when no one else would. Each runner must work or home. The page carry all of their food and gear on Meetings are held monthly on the has photos and information from their back.

Temperatures ranged third Tuesday at p. Larry runs stairs lnai. Meetings include a Hulali, done by our own Richard ultramarathons as a hobby and is a potluck dinnerits a Kkou Thing! Kamanumahalo, Richard.

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Please former Army Airborne Ranger. He KS 74, where will you be submit any change of address and is now an engineer working at a Christopher Nary 01, Douglas spending the summer of ? Ridge, Tenn. Janet Aoki. If by The Doctors Company, a medi- you would like to participate in cal malpractice insurance company s planning the Alumni Lau in in California. He is currently the Jennifer Konaluhiole Carmack 94 call and get ready for the ride of marketing director working primar- is now studying film and cinema your life!

Randy Fukino can be ily with research and tracking at the University of Southern reached at , Henry AhLoo issues. You may also call Baypoint, Calif. Sato 79 who has graduated would also like to say aloha to from the U. He was Douglas Chung Memorial in sales and marketing. Hazel has also recognized for 20 years of Scholarships Male Athlete of the been an important member of the service at Pearl Harbor Naval Year. The award was presented to reunion committee and she will be Shipyard. Sanford was instrumental Chris at the May Awards missed.

Assembly at Kkuhaupio by Mrs. Aloha to all members of KS Greenville. Sanford and wife Janet Aoki, mother of Douglas, Time to get together and make Catherine live in Waimanalo with who was killed in the Vietnam War. Academy in Boulder, Colo. He is agreed to take on the role of class the son of Mr. Benny C. A class meeting Nary Congratulations to Lawrence M. The marathon is billed Athlete. Mahalo to Kathy Enos Thurston, as the toughest footrace on Earth who previously served as class and involves competitors from He is present- Robert Keoni Aki 89 graduated in ly working in a residency program June with a doctorate in podiatry at the Queens Dental Clinic in medicine from the California Honolulu.

College of Podiatry Medicine. Robert will be complet- University in Provo, Utah. He is ing his two-year residency at Los presently studying for a doctorate Angeles Metropolitan Hospital. He in osteopathic medicine at Midwestern University in Glendale, Raenelle Kwock 97, graduate of Drake is married to the former Sonia University Sugai and they have two daughters. He and his wife Sonia have a 9-month-old son.

University in Phoenix, Ariz. He continues Hanover, N. Besides being his education at the University inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa of Hawaii at Mnoa where he is National Honor Society, he earned pursuing a masters degree in the English Departments Arthur public administration. To celebrate received bachelor degrees in his graduation, Kinohi spent the computer science mathematics summer living with a friend in and economics.

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