‘IOLANI’S HISTORIC TREASURES ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU VISITS CAMPUS ANNUAL REPORT 2011–2012
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Director of Communications & ‘Iolani Bulletin Editor Cathy Lee Chong • firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Editor Jane Murphy Romjue
Director of Alumni Relations Kira Tamashiro ’05 • email@example.com Head of School Timothy R. Cottrell, Ph.D.
Editorial Advisory Board
Director of Communications Cathy Lee Chong, Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell, Ph.D., Interim Director of Special Programs Michelle Hastings, Director of Studies Carey Inouye, Ph.D. ’66, The Reverend Daniel Leatherman, Director of Admission Kelly Monaco, Director of Interactive Media John Tamanaha ’87, Dean of Lower School Gerald Teramae, ‘Ohana Representative Terry Foy, Director of Alumni Relations Kira Tamashiro ’05, Director of Student Activities Kirk Uejio ’98, Interim Dean of Upper School Ann Yoneshige, Webmaster Glenn Young ’59.
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On the cover A visual collage of images from the past and present conveys how far ‘Iolani School has come in 150 years. This issue of the ‘Iolani School Bulletin celebrates the people and community which have helped to build ‘Iolani into one of the top independent schools in the world. Happy Sesquicentennial Year. Design: Stacey Leong Design Art Directors Stacey Leong Mills, Karyn Yasui Lau
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School Bulletin O t her Featu res 6 Timeline of ‘Iolani 22 Summer Performing Arts 26 New Faculty & Staff 32 Father Bray Classic 41 A Touch of ‘Iolani 46 ‘Iolani Community Action Network 48 Eddie Hamada Memorial Golf Tournament
DEPART M ENT S 2 Message from the Head of School 24 Editor’s Note 25 School in Focus 30 Faculty & Staff File
Then & Now ‘Iolani School celebrates its Sesquicentennial Year (includes a timeline).
The Treasure Keeper The role of the archives becomes even more significant during this milestone year.
The Vision of the Sullivan Center ‘Iolani School breaks ground for a new center of 21st century learning.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s Message for Peace Hope and love resonate as a world leader visits ‘Iolani.
A Lifetime Labor of Love Tommy Higashino ’69 cherishes the community spirit of the Honolulu Zoo.
Annual Giving Report 2011–2012 Mahalo goes to our generous donors who support ‘Iolani’s educational mission.
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36 ‘Ohana News 37 St. Alban’s Minute 38 Alumni Association News 50 Pictures from the Past 51 Reunion News 52 Classnotes 68 Memorials 69 Events to Remember
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his academic year, we celebrate our 150 th anniversary, a remarkable achievement. Over the course of this sesquicentennial period, humankind has seen growth in technology, commerce, medicine, population and civility unlike any other time in history. For many organizations, 150 years is an unachievable lifespan. For ‘Iolani School, not only do we commemorate this milestone, but we also look to the next 150 years with optimism and confidence.
The ‘Iolani story is a testament to our founders’ undiminished commitment which has been passed down through the generations to the present day. It is a story of conviction, beliefs, and values, and of people whose lives’ work was and continues to be the education of the young. This timeless pursuit is as strong today as it was for Lord Bishop Staley teaching “the usual branches of an English education” in his school house cottage. This anniversary is a time to reflect on our history and blessings. It is a time to come together and lend our collective hands to hoist the building blocks of ‘Iolani’s future. For although our pursuit is timeless, changes in the world around us create new challenges to upholding our mission as well as opportunities to evolve as an even greater institution.
We strive to achieve great things for our students, and the impact of our mission remains with them well beyond their twelfth grade year.
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Today, our mission is articulated with a breadth and depth that speaks to the aspirations we have for each ‘Iolani student: An exemplary college-preparation curriculum taught in small class sizes which allow for personalized instruction and frequent occasions to develop communication skills: to speak, to listen, to think and to write. An education in a Christian context, reflecting our Episcopal heritage, which provides a spiritual foundation for the development of personal values and the exercise of moral integrity. The development of individuals who are able to think creatively and to ask good questions, who can analyze and synthesize information to solve problems and who enter professional and social relations equipped with confidence, discretion, tolerance and compassion. Students of diverse cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds who bring the best combination of scholastic ability, talent, character and leadership to the school. Programs which offer students ample opportunity to develop their ability and confidence in intellectual, spiritual, social, aesthetic and physical pursuits. An ideology which fosters a balance between commitment to self and community, helping all students to realize that individual growth should also lead to growth of those around them. A global awareness which creates a partnership between academic idealism and active, productive citizenship.
Achieving our goals, while keeping pace with changes in the surrounding world, requires the continued help of the entire ‘Iolani community.
Our tendency to set the bar high is part of ‘Iolani’s insti- We are also committed to a diverse community and to be a tutional DNA . We strive to achieve great things for our school accessible to students from all walks of life. During students, and the impact of our mission remains with them my early meetings here, time and again, people described ‘Iolani as the “working-class kid’s school” and since I too am well beyond their twelfth grade year. a working-class kid, this appealed to me. It is an aspect of Small class sizes, personalized instruction and the instilling our history for which we should have great pride because of values and integrity, this is relationship-based educait stands for opportunity. The great equalizer for social tion. Magic happens here, beyond the simple transfer of mobility in the world is education, and ‘Iolani has served knowledge and information. We know this because as our this role for so many over the years. Here again, we need to students and graduates grow and mature, countless stories accept the responsibility of maintaining this dimension of unfold of coaches, faculty and staff who inhabit their ‘Iolani our mission—access to an ‘Iolani education. memories. Even more than memories, these mentors live on as the inner voices of strength and guidance that remain All of this leads to our main goal which is to provide an education that instills creativity, confidence, discretion, ever present over the course of a lifetime. tolerance, compassion, and a global vision. We will invest This is a rare and most valuable gift for a young person, in programs and facilities that prepare our students for yet our commitment to maintain an outstanding group of their future in a world that demands new skills, abilities and educators within a framework that allows for this level of perspectives. The Sullivan Center represents this commitattention is an endangered species in the world of indement. We will enhance our many offerings that provide real pendent schools. For more than a decade, the National world experiences—the central tenet in the field of applied Association of Independent Schools has been proselytizing studies. Achieving our goals, while keeping pace with the abandonment of the small class size model. It is undenichanges in the surrounding world, requires the continued ably an expensive way to operate a school, and studies have help of the entire ‘Iolani community. shown that the passing of knowledge and information can Please join me in celebrating our 150 th anniversary and be done efficiently in larger class settings. accepting your role in furthering ‘Iolani’s mission. As you We, however, are in the game to be much more than do, I ask that each of you reflect on what ‘Iolani School has practical. Our tradition is to build character, instill values meant in your life and know that it will take our best “One and beliefs and to model what it means to be a good and Team” spirit to uphold this legacy for many future generaresponsible adult—to provide an experience in which our tions. ‘Iolani Nō Ka ‘Oi. students know that the adults around them appreciate who they are as unique individuals. In this, our 150 th year, we need to come together as a community to celebrate, support and sustain the people-centric heart of our school. Timothy R. Cottrell, Ph.D. Head of School
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then & now ‘Iolani School Celebrates its Sesquicentennial Year By Jason Black
the islands,the one constant has always been change. And, ‘Iolani were established, was a turbulent time in our young along the way, we have learned valuable lessons from that nation’s history. At that moment, we were embroiled change. What began as a small mission school for young in the American Civil War (1861–1865). On January 1, men, founded during the reign of King Kamehameha IV, President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Emancipation has become one of the largest independent schools in Proclamation that freed our country’s slaves. Then, from the nation. What once was an all-boys school is now July 1 to 3, the Battle of Gettysburg was fought in and co-educational with girls admitted for the first time in around the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Later that the fall of 1979. Even today, as we celebrate our past same year, on November 19, the President delivered his accomplishments, change is happening again. Our Head historic Gettysburg Address at the military cemetery of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell has begun his first year of dedication ceremony. It famously opens, “Four score and carrying on ‘Iolani’s vision and legacy. Construction is seven years ago, our fathers brought forth on this continent also underway for the Sullivan Center. a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the But no matter what changes have come throughout the proposition that all men are created equal.” course of history, one thing has always remained constant. Closer to home, sweeping change was also occurring ‘Iolani retains its intrinsic sense of ‘ohana and One Team within the Hawaiian monarchy. Kamehameha IV passed spirit. That remains a strong reality thanks to the Board away and was succeeded by his elder brother Lot (also of Governors, faculty, staff and administrators as well as known as Kamehameha V). The future king of Hawai‘i, the students, families and alumni. David Kalākaua married Kapi‘olani. Of course, beloved As we look back and take stock of the past, let’s also ‘Iolani School was born. enjoy the moment, and look forward to the future to For its part, ‘Iolani has had a rich and illustrious history ponder what exciting things are in store for us next. Here’s over its 150 years of existence. But, like the nation and to celebrating another 150 years! The year 1863, when small schools or early predecessors of
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The Passage of Time This list, compiled from sources in the ‘Iolani Archives, is not definitive or all-inclusive; early information is often uncertain or conflicting. 3
1861–1865 The American Civil War 1862 At the request of King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma for the establishment of an English church in Hawai‘i, the Church of England sent Bishop Thomas Nettleship Staley, Rev. George Mason and Rev. Edmund Ibbotson to Hawai‘i. Before long these Anglican missionaries founded what would become ‘Iolani School. 1863–1871 Over the first few years boarding and day schools for boys were started. In 1863, a school was started in Lahaina. Thereafter, there were more Lahaina schools sometimes referred to as Lua‘ehu and Lahainalalo. Most likely in 1863, but at least during 1864, St. Alban’s College in Pauoa, O‘ahu, was established. Rev. Mason appears to have been in charge of several schools. His Lahaina school merged with St. Alban’s on O‘ahu sometime between 1868 and 1871. By 1871, the name ‘Iolani was applied to the school. St. Alban’s separated and it continued independently, until about 1887.
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1872 Bishop Alfred Willis arrived and soon moved the school to his Bates Street property in Nu‘uanu. The name of the school was ‘Iolani College but it was often referred to as the Bishop’s College School.
1889 ‘Iolani was in the Junior Baseball League playing matches against Honolulu schools. By 1900, ‘Iolani had a football team.
Student Curtis ‘Iaukea finished his studies. He later became chamberlain to the king, secretary of foreign affairs and an ambassador. Later students included David (later Prince David) Kawānanakoa Pi‘ikoi and Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalaniana‘ole, who subsequently served as a congressional delegate.
1900 ‘Iolani College Magazine was published for school and alumni. 1902 With the departure of Bishop Willis, the diocese and school came under American Episcopal jurisdiction. The school moved to the Pro-Cathedral.
1876 National League founded (baseball).
1903 Wright Brothers’ first airplane
1879 Tai Chu entered ‘Iolani and attended until 1882. Classmate C.K. Ai called him Sun Tai-Cheong. Later, he was known as Sun Yat-Sen, the Father of Modern China.
1903 Armstrong House, near the cathedral, was rented to house boarders. In 1905, the bishop purchased it for the school.
1888 Eastman Kodak’s camera launched amateur photography.
1 Rev. George Mason served as Headmaster from 1864 to 1872. 2 Sun Yat-Sen 3 Bishop Willis 4 St. Andrew’s Cathedral Grounds 1902 to 1927 5 Bishop La Mothe 6 Nu‘uanu Campus 7 Willis Hall on the Nu‘uanu Campus 8 First yearbook 5
1906 In August, Mr. J.B. Morgan became principal of ‘Iolani School. He organized the school into the American system. A high school was started but later discontinued. In 1914, two years of high school started again. 1914 (August 3) World War One began; Germany invades Belgium. 1917 The first commencement was held in June. There were four 12th grade graduates and 16 eighth grade graduates. In October, ‘Iolani played a football game with McKinley High School. It was the first time that the school colors— blue and white—appeared on a football field. 1918 The school struggled with debts and inadequate facilities and there was the possibility the school might have to be discontinued. The school was debt free by 1923.
1920 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. 1921 The new bishop, The Right Rev. John D. La Mothe, planned a reorganization of Iolani, including a junior high school department and a revised curriculum with modern textbooks. He raised money, and before the end of the year four classrooms were erected. In November, Miss Roberta Caldwell became acting principal, the only woman known to head the school. 1922 A school newspaper, The Iolani Newsette, started publication in the fall of 1922. The name was changed to The Inlook in the 1925 school year, and in November 1933 it became Imua ‘Iolani. 1924 The first yearbook, Ka Mo‘olelo O ‘Iolani, was published by students. The school announced all future teachers must be college graduates.
1927 In September, Iolani School opened on about five and one-half acres in Nu‘uanu at Craigside Place and the corner of Nu‘uanu and Judd Streets. The Old Davies house on the property was renamed Willis Hall. 1929 Wall Street crashed and signaled the beginning of the Great Depression. 1930 As a memorial to Bishop La Mothe, an endowment fund was started to pay for land and buildings. 1931 Albert H. Stone became Headmaster. He helped the school prosper with goals that included raising scholastic standards, increasing income to exceed expenses, and diversifying the student body.
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1932 In September, Rev. Kenneth A. Bray became Director of Athletics. He improved the athletic program and inspired athletes and future generations of the school with his sportsmanship and One Team philosophy.
1936 Three new classrooms were built during the summer, and a bungalow, previously used by staff, was remodeled into an infirmary. By the fall, the football team was called “The Crimson Tide.”
1934 The Stone family moved from Willis Hall to a new ten-thousand dollar residence before the start of school in September. That year saw the reorganization and cataloging of the library by Dr. Mildred Staley, a new tennis court completed, and the winning of the Junior League Football Championship.
1937 Steps were taken to secure a tract of 25 acres along the Ala Wai Canal.
1935 ‘Iaukea Hall, a dormitory named after alumnus Curtis ‘Iaukea was erected in the summer. In the fall, ‘Iolani joined the Interscholastic League. As a result, the school colors were changed from blue and white to red, black and white.
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1942 ‘Iolani was incorporated. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the school closed temporarily; it reopened in February 1942 with many of the faculty gone. There were only grades one through eight although 34 seniors were tutored and received diplomas in June. There were no graduating classes for the remainder of the war.
1938 Headmaster Rev. Albert H. Stone wrote the words for the alma mater.
1945 The United Nations was formed.
1940 By fall, “‘Iolani Nō Ka ‘Oi” and the nickname “‘Iolani Red Raiders” were in use.
1946 In November, first through sixth grade classes began at the Ala Wai campus. Seventh through 12th grade classes continued at the Nu‘uanu campus through the 1953 school year.
1941 (December 7) The Japanese Navy’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor
A bon fire was held at a football rally. 1948 The Parent Teacher Group sponsored the ‘Iolani Fun Festival (forerunner to the carnival and fair). It was held at the Ala Wai campus in April and made a profit of $7,000.
1 Rev. Kenneth A. Bray 2 The Stone Family 3 Curtis ‘Iaukea pictured in 1937 4 Captains of championship teams in 1951 5 1963 Centennial Golf Tournament 6 Headmaster Burton M. MacLean 7 Eddie Hamada ’46 8 1948 Fun Festival on Nu‘uanu Campus 9 1954–1955 St. Alban’s consecration on Ala Wai Campus 10 1959 Aerial view 5 6
1949 The faculty housing apartment building was completed.
1957 Eddie Hamada ’46 became Director of Physical Education. In 1963, he became Director of Athletics.
1950–51 Triple Crown in the ILH: football, basketball, and baseball championships
1959 The Student Center was completed and dedicated on May 19, 1959.
1951 (June 25) CBS introduced the first color television broadcast.
In June, Rev. Burton A. MacLean became Headmaster. ‘Iolani closed its boarding department and became solely a day school starting in the fall of 1959. The dormitory was converted into apartments for faculty.
1953 ‘Iolani completely relocated to the Ala Wai campus. The dedication was September 3, 1953. 1954 The new St. Alban’s Chapel was consecrated. 1955 The Episcopal Church held its 58th General Convention on O‘ahu and ‘Iolani facilities were used. Bishops planted and named shower and monkeypod trees on campus including along the main drive, known since as Convention Drive.
1959 Hawai‘i became the 50th State. 1960 The first issue of ‘Iolani Bulletin was distributed to all school alumni. The current title of the magazine is The ‘Iolani School Bulletin.
1961 Honors Program and Advanced Placement classes began in the 1961–62 school year. The Burning of the I began with a “flaming I” at homecoming on November 10, 1961. 1961 (August 4) Barack Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. 1962–63 The first official event marking the celebration of ‘Iolani’s Centennial Year was the dedication of Iolani’s new athletic complex on October 8, 1962. The retired Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Geoffrey Francis Fisher, officiated. The new athletic complex included a gymnasium, swimming pool, tennis courts, locker rooms, weightlifting room, athletic office, and improvements to the track facilities. Many other events marked the centennial including a convocation and ball. A golf exhibition drew such celebrities as golfers Sam Snead and Jimmy Demaret and entertainers Bing Crosby and Fred MacMurray.
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1963 Assassination of President John F. Kennedy John Enders developed a vaccine for measles. 1964 The rowing team went to the Olympic trials and became the first high school crew to reach the finals in U.S. Olympic Rowing competition. 1965 In December, the Lower School moved into new buildings with 15 classrooms, a library, art room, administrative offices, conference room, infirmary, and locker and shower rooms. 1966 In the summer, construction began in the Upper School on the Library-Learning Center (including a 154-seat amphitheatre, audio-visual facilities, a language laboratory, conference rooms and faculty lounge), and Upper School Classroom Wing with 10 classrooms.
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1967 Dedication of the Lower School complex and Upper School additions took place on May 13, 1967.
1975 Dedication of the new art building took place in November 1975.
1968 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
1976 After old buildings on the mauka side of Convention Drive were razed, construction began on the Royal ‘Iolani Condominium and a two-story school building—later called the Castle Building—that would include the Music Department.
1969 (July 20) Apollo 11 lands on the moon carrying astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. 1970 ‘Iolani became independent of the Episcopal Church. Rev. David P. Coon became Headmaster in September 1970.
1978 The rise of the personal computer 1979 ‘Iolani became coeducational with the addition of girls in the seventh and ninth grades.
1971 Bing Fai Lau ’28, known as “Mr. ‘Iolani” for serving in many capacities since 1919, retired as business manager.
1980 The Harold K.L. Castle Building was dedicated on September 24, 1980.
1973 Castle Foundation donated land in Windward O‘ahu valued at $17.2 million to the school.
1981 The Father Kenneth A. Bray Athletic Complex was dedicated on June 24, 1981.
1 Rev. David P. Coon 2 1989 Blessing of the Nanguku Building 3 1980 Blessing of the Castle Building 4 Harold Keables 5 Stained glass in the Ai Building 6 1981 Father Bray Athletic Complex 7 Sun Yat-Sen statue dedicated in 2009 8 Weinberg Building dedicated in 2003 9 Sullivan Center rendering 7
1983 The Most Reverend and Right Honorable Robert A.K. Runcie, the Archbishop of Canterbury, visited the school.
1991 Following an invitation, the ‘Iolani Concert Orchestra made its debut performance at Carnegie Hall on March 29, 1991.
2003 The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Building and Kozuki Stadium were dedicated in October.
The dedication of the Eddie Hamada Track and Field was held on Sept. 27, 1991.
2009 The school purchased 5.5 acres of land—referred to as Date-Lā‘au—adjacent to campus.
The ‘Iolani ‘Ohana K–12 parent group was formed in the fall to foster “a one team spirit.”
The Lower School Ai building was dedicated on October 24, 1991. It was funded by a $1 million gift made in 1990 by David Ai in memory of his parents.
2009 (January 20) Barack Obama assumed office as the 44th President of the United States.
1986 The first Keables Chair recipient, Robert E. Palazzi, visited ‘Iolani from March 31 to April 4, 1986.
1992 The school carnival became the Family Fair and in 2006 the name changed to ‘Iolani Fair.
2012 Dr. Val T. Iwashita ’67 retired after 17 years as Headmaster. Dr. Timothy Cottrell became the new Head of School on July 1.
1989 ‘Iolani celebrated its 125th anniversary with the dedication of the Nangaku Building, a greenhouse, athletic wing, and Olympic-size pool, along with a symposium on March 3, 1989.
1993 Internet expanded with World Wide Web.
Groundbreaking for the Sullivan Center, to replace the Upper School library building, was held on July 5, 2012.
1985 His Excellency Li Xiannian, President of the People’s Republic of China, visited the school on July 30.
2001 (September 11) Four coordinated attacks struck New York City and Washington, D.C.
1989 The fall of the Berlin Wall
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The ‘Iolani School Bulletin asked a handful of beloved members of the ‘Iolani community their thoughts on what they’ve seen and experienced over the years.
in 1863… ‘Iolani was founded and it was also a vital year for Hawai‘i and the nation. President Abraham Lincoln signs the Emancipation Proclamation during the second year of the American Civil War on January 1. Ground is broken in Sacramento, California, on the construction of the First Transcontinental Railroad in the United States on January 8. The Battle of Gettysburg is fought in and around the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on July 1–3. It was the battle with the largest number of casualties and was considered a turning point in the American Civil War (1861–1865). U.S. President Abraham Lincoln delivers his historic Gettysburg Address at the military cemetery dedication ceremony on November 19. Its famous opener: “Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.”
American automobile manufacturer and industrialist Henry Ford is born on July 30 (d. 1947). Kamehameha IV dies and is succeeded by his elder brother Lot (Kamehameha V). David Kalākaua, future king of Hawai‘i, marries Kapi‘olani. Kamehameha V appoints John Owen Dominis, husband to future Queen Lili‘uokalani, governor of O‘ahu. Kamehameha V renames Hale Ali‘i, his official residence, ‘Iolani Palace to honor Kamehameha IV who was also known as ‘Iolani, literally "heavenly hawk." Ke Kaao o Laieikawai by S.N. Haleole is the first work of fiction written and published by a Hawaiian.
Jo Okumoto Secretary to the athletic directors 40 Years at ‘Iolani What do you think has changed the most at ‘Iolani over the years?
Over the years, so much has changed within the sports program. In the early days, ‘Iolani was an only boys school and, as Mr. Eddie Hamada’s secretary, I saw the many “jocks” and the great work ethic that was required of them. He was such a great mentor to all. Obviously, the addition of girls on campus has been a big change. I have been pleasantly surprised to see how athletic and dedicated they are and also how competitive they can be.
What do you think has stayed the same at ‘Iolani over the years?
What has stayed the same is the dedication and love that our coaches share with the school’s athletes, their families and our fans. I have seen many come and go but I always marvel at how many hours of coaching is involved.
Dr. Carey S. Inouye Dean of Instruction, registrar and physics teacher 35 Years at ‘Iolani What do you think has changed the most at ‘Iolani over the years?
The opportunities offered to students, academically as well as in extra-curricular activities.
What do you think has stayed the same at ‘Iolani over the years?
The same care by the entire ‘Iolani community for each individual student’s well being. 12
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Wayne DeMello Director of Performing Arts 48 Years at ‘Iolani What do you think has changed the most at ‘Iolani over the years?
The concentration on academics, especially advanced placement courses, is especially noticeable—and it has been very successful. With this intense effort, one would think that other disciplines that are not required, such as the arts and athletics, would diminish. Conversely, they have grown, especially in quality, along with the required academic disciplines. Now, we are adding robotics to the mix and hopefully, the results will also be excellent. What do you think has stayed the same at ‘Iolani over the years?
Although some facilities have been added to the campus, overall, it has remained the same in ways. What is really missing is a space large enough to comfortably house the whole student body, or at least the Upper School for assemblies, programs and other meetings. Along with this, the school would benefit from a theatre and concert hall to provide more of an opportunity for the students to display their skills in a suitable environment.
John C. Kay (Kids call him "Papa Jack") Teacher of AP Biology 50 consecutive years at ‘Iolani
At the age of 75, Jack C. Kay is half as old as ‘Iolani School which celebrates its 150th birthday this year. And with 50 years of teaching at ‘Iolani, he has also been educating youths for one-third of the school’s long history.
George-Anne S. Derby Kindergarten teacher 45 Years at ‘Iolani What do you think has changed the most at ‘Iolani over the years?
Many things have changed but, most dramatically, it has been the introduction of girls to our school. This has been a huge plus for all involved. I can recall so many funny experiences as the Lower School only introduced girls at the kindergarten level and they were the only girls (numbering 12) in the entire Lower School at that time. When these girls got to the Upper School, many of them played on the varsity girls’ soccer team that I coached for so many years, and their spirit was one of the things that contributed to their success. They were small yet feisty and determined. During their first game, they wore old, over-sized jerseys handed down from the football team with such pride and tenacity. I attribute their grit and determination to the fact that they had to hear many Lower School boys refer to them as “girl pollution” when they marched to lunch swinging their lunchboxes and their heads held high!
What do you think has stayed the same at ‘Iolani over the years?
The main thing that has never changed here is the feeling of ‘ohana and the One Team spirit. The faculty has always been so supportive and willing to put in plenty of extra time to make this school the special place that it is.
What do you think has changed the most at ‘Iolani over the years?
Obviously, it was the introduction of the ladies.
What do you think has stayed the same at ‘Iolani over the years?
The maintenance of small class sizes even with our school’s growth.
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The keeper of ‘Iolani’s
enduring treasures Rosemarie Panko ‘Iolani School Archivist | 9 Years at ‘Iolani
In some ways, the ‘Iolani School archives is like the Fort Knox of campus. It’s where valuable historical
documents, photographs, and other relics of school history are stored. Behind the temperature controlled walls and between the acid-free paper lay such items as Seabiscuit’s horseshoe that Father Kenneth A. Bray used as a symbol of determination and hard work or a letter to ‘Iolani fifth graders signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. During the school’s 150 th anniversary, the role of the archives becomes even more significant as the desire to reflect upon and research the past grows. Here is an interview with ‘Iolani’s archivist that reveals why working with artifacts from yesteryears has great meaning and relevance today. In your opinion, what is the importance of history?
History helps us appreciate who we are. We can learn from the past: what ‘Iolani has been and how our school came to be. The past affects the present and future. Along the way, you come to realize that what we do now will shape the future and become history. What is your role as an archivist?
I support the goals of ‘Iolani School by managing the archives. We collect, organize, preserve and provide access to historical records of the school. Our records include ‘Iolani publications such as the student newspaper and yearbook, photographs, video recordings, scrapbooks and artifacts. As an archivist, I adhere to the profession’s code of ethics, for example, to protect records from being damaged.
1907 photo of ‘Iolani College Principal J.B. Morgan
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1917 ‘Iolani School then located on St. Andrew’s Cathedral grounds
The Iolani Newsette May 25, 1923 (precursor to the Imua student newspaper)
How did you come to be at ‘Iolani?
I worked with ‘Iolani’s former archivist on a project I did while in graduate school and also at another institution. That’s how I learned of the position at ‘Iolani. Previously, I worked in the lower school library. I also got to know the school when my children attended. What are some interesting little known facts about ‘Iolani?
One little known fact is that there have been multiple campuses. Precursors to the school from the 1860 s to early 1870 s included St. Alban’s College on O‘ahu and Lua‘ehu and Lahainalalo in Lahaina, Maui. At one point, ‘Iolani was also known as the Bishop’s College School reflecting its close ties to the Anglican Bishop. For its first few decades, it was under British jurisdiction so some things were done differently e.g. they didn’t celebrate Thanksgiving. The school had boarders until 1959. Another little known fact is that the school colors used to be blue and white. They changed to red, black and white when ‘Iolani joined the Interscholastic League (for athletics) in 1935. Who uses the ‘Iolani archives? Alumni? Researchers? Students?
All of the above. Internal requests come mainly from other offices on campus. Teachers and students also use the archives. People not on campus that use the archives include alumni, people researching their family history, and journalists from China (relating to Sun Yat-Sen). What is the most common piece of history they are interested in? (Sun Yat-Sen seems like a top item.)
It really varies from year to year. Requests are not so much for the same piece of history as types of requests or records. Internally, we receive a lot of requests for photographs, typically of a faculty member
1951 autographed ‘Iolani School championship baseball
or building. People on campus also want to know the date of an event (e.g. when we moved to the Ala Wai campus). External researchers include family historians seeking to know if a relative attended. We get some requests regarding Sun Yat-Sen (e.g. the dates he attended ‘Iolani or what school life was like then). But, more often, people ask to visit the school and see what we have relating to him. Unfortunately, we have no school records from the time period he attended, but we do have other items of interest such as a 1912 newspaper clipping with an article about Dr. Sun that mentions our school. We also have an embroidered copy of Dr. Sun’s will created and presented to ‘Iolani in 1935 by a girls’ school in China. What is most exciting to you about the school’s 150th anniversary celebration?
I’m happy to be helping our community celebrate and learn of its rich past—the people, places and events that have contributed to making ‘Iolani what it is today. I look forward to helping us remember the many dedicated people who have shaped the school. It is fascinating to share all of ‘Iolani’s history, not just the most recent. What does ‘Iolani have to look forward to in its next 150 years?
‘Iolani can look forward to continuing the ideals of the school, things such as helping students become contributing citizens of our community and society. Also, maintaining and perhaps, creating new traditions is important. As previous educators at ‘Iolani have done, ‘Iolani can keep striving for excellence, both in academics, athletics and personal character. Continuing to preserve its past is, of course, important.
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celebrating the vision of the sulliva n Center
This is an excerpt from Dr. Timothy Cottrell’s speech at the ground breaking ceremony for the Sullivan Center on July 5.
e are here today for the ceremony to recognize the onset of construction of the Sullivan Center—the groundbreaking. This term “groundbreaking” can also be used as an adjective when describing something truly unique or an idea that pushes an area forward. It is with this use that we celebrate Dr. Val Iwashita’s groundbreaking vision for a Center for Applied Studies—a 21st century education space—that will serve generations of ‘Iolani students as our school continues to accept the responsibility of being a world leader in the education of young people.
21st Century Education The need to reconsider aspects of our models of education is not driven by a change in the Millennium, as the name 21st century education might imply, but rather in large part by technological changes that occurred in the last quarter of the 20th century—the dawn of what has become known as the information age. The situation is in many ways analogous to how the Industrial Revolution shaped changes in education that became the predominant practices of 20th century. Computers, digital information systems and the Internet—these advances have changed our world and continue to define a future workplace that is different than the one we have known for much of our lifetimes. Today there is more information at our fingertips than we can imagine being able to process. The ability to learn, unlearn and relearn, to actualize your creativity, to innovate within this sea of information and to work in collaboration with people around the globe are becoming the essential tools for the professional life of our children.
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So how do we teach this? In part, the answer is that we do what we have traditionally done so very well. At the heart of ‘Iolani is an education that teaches young people to become versatile and tenacious learners. We challenge them to master new subjects and perspectives and to know that learning something new takes hard work if mastering the subject is your goal. Creativity, the gift of innovation, the ability to bring your ideas into the world, however, are instilled and reinforced in ways other than what we think about as traditional education. We learn these abilities through experience. Authentic, real world, hands-on experience, these are the very concepts of applied studies. My favorite story to justify this aspect of education comes from Jet Propulsion Lab ( JPL) the people who created the systems for NASA that put men on the moon. In the 1980 s the generation of scientists and engineers who built these systems and solved problems for NASA began to retire from JPL. To replace them, the Lab hired the best and the brightest from all the leading programs, Cal Tech, MIT, Stanford, the Ivies. They wanted the best young minds coming out of higher education. Then something unexpected happened. JPL began to lose its ability to build systems and solve problems the way they used to. What they discovered was that the retirees were all people who grew up taking things apart and putting things together. They built ham radios as kids. They did projects from popular mechanics. They brought their thoughts into the world in an authentic way, whereas the new generation, while much more educated in subject areas, had little experience with the real world application of what they had learned.
JPL changed their hiring practices from there on. They now look specifically for scientists and engineers who were the kids hacking the hardware and software of the family computer. Many of the most innovative organizations know this. Our armed forces, AT&T Bell Labs, Xerox Research Park, Google, MIT and Stanford have all intentionally created environments where application of one’s knowledge is given the time, space and resources needed for real world problem solving. This is the promise of the Sullivan Center for future generations of ‘Iolani students. Within this promise we have the opportunity to create leading programs that are uniquely exceptional because of the strengths of our school. We believe in the power of teamwork, and this may be the single most dominant trend in the workplace of the future. The ability to collaborate, lead within a team and achieve a goal with team members from across the globe, these skills and qualities will only grow in value as our world, as Thomas Friedman put it, continues to flatten. This is a great strength of our school, the “One Team” philosophy. The ‘Iolani flavor of applied studies will see our students work in collaboration as they address real-world problems and learn the art of global team leadership. We also believe in doing things very well. When I read the survey done for the Head of School search, one of the most used adjectives from all constituencies was the word “excellence.” It is often said in education that experiential learning is all about the journey and this is true. The catch, however, is that the journey depends on the destination for which you strive, and ours is a school culture that strives for great things. We set the bar high for ourselves and, with successes and failures, our students will become comfortable with the courage and fortitude required to take on complex and difficult real world problems, problems that don’t have defined solutions. They will learn to let go of initial ideas and move to the next iteration. They will learn that innovation is a process of good ideas, bad ideas, hard work and fun. And from every such experience their capacity to reach higher will grow.
The Sullivan Center will be a dynamic space of learning and discovery. Imagine with me a few years into the future when we will see our youngest students creating narrated stop motion movies of historical events in the LEGO laboratory, or learning systems thinking and the carbon cycle as they manage the roof garden and plant crops, harvest, serve the fruits and vegetables, compost, create soil and plant again. Imagine in the middle years as our students learn the stories of different mythologies but now bring them to life as they compete as teams to design temple complexes that they render and create using a 3-D printing fabrication system, and when Upper School students lead local and global teams on projects in areas such as civic leadership, economics, and robotics. Or when a worldwide entrepreneurship challenge is hosted in the Sullivan Center John Dewey, the father of experiential learning, once spoke of his belief in what he called “the audacity of imagination.” We will be audacious with our imagination and bring great things to life in the Sullivan Center. On behalf of the generations of students who will benefit from this new facility, much mahalo to Dr. Iwashita for his vision and to everyone who is working as a team to build this 21st century education space.
Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell spoke about carrying on the vision for the Sullivan Center.
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Joanna Lau Sullivan, center, is with her grandchildren Eamon Wall ’08 and Alana Wall ’06.
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sullivan Center ‘Iolani School held a groundbreaking ceremony on July 5 at the construction site of the Sullivan Center scheduled for completion in fall 2013 and designed to encourage creativity, collaboration and citizenship. The center will house a new library, movable wet labs, flexible project space, conference rooms, a media lab, audio visual rooms, and a roof-top garden; it will also be home to robotics and community service programs. The ceremony opened with an oli by Kumu Hula Sean Nakayama ’93 and an invocation by Reverend Daniel Leatherman. Chair of the ‘Iolani School Board of Governors Jenai Wall welcomed guests and introduced ‘Iolani’s new Head of School Dr. Timothy R. Cottrell, who described how the Sullivan Center will enhance 21st century learning skills. Melvin Kaneshige ’66, member of the school’s Board of Governors, thanked Joanna Lau Sullivan for her generous lead gift which helped to make the future addition of the Sullivan Center possible. “As ‘Iolani School celebrates its 150th anniversary, the Sullivan Center builds upon our legacy of providing a purposeful, disciplined education,” said Dr. Cottrell. “Through the addition of a hub for hands-on learning, we look forward to equipping students with the technological skills, global mindset and culture of collaboration that will inspire them to apply classroom knowledge to real world issues.”
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The Right Reverend Richard S.O. Chang ’59, retired Bishop of Hawai‘i, bestowed the blessing and prayer. The following individuals, holding ‘o‘o sticks, stood along a bed of soil to symbolically place the Hawaiian digging instruments into the ground: Joanna Lau Sullivan, Jenai Wall, Dr. Timothy Cottrell, Former Headmaster Dr. Val Iwashita ’67, Capital Campaign co-chair Bill Mills, Capital Campaign co-chair Melvin Kaneshige ’66, Dean of Instruction Dr. Carey Inouye ’66, Dean of Lower School Gerald Teramae and Senior Class President Emerald Tsui ’13. The Sullivan Center will be located at the center of the ‘Iolani School campus, where it will be accessible to all students in kindergarten through 12th grades. The 40,000 -square-foot, four-story building will provide an environment for students to work together on community service projects, experiment with robotics and even learn about urban gardening. Classified as one of Hawai‘i’s first Collaborative High Performance Schools, the Sullivan Center incorporates LEED environmental design elements and sustainable features. The center is named in honor of Joanna Lau Sullivan and her family, recognizing their close kinship with ‘Iolani School, their commitment to improving education, and their ongoing dedication to the Hawai‘i community.
supporting the sullivan Center Thanks to Joanna Lau Sullivan’s lead gift, ‘Iolani School launched a $23 million Capital Campaign to fund the project. We hope you’ll join this important effort to foster discovery, collaboration, creativity and community. For more information, please contact the ‘Iolani School Institutional Advancement Office at (808) 943-2322 or email email@example.com. TOP: This past spring, Sodexo Inc. & Affiliates contributed $100,000 towards the capital campaign. Pictured are, left to right, Kevin Wada, ‘Iolani Food Services Director; Marc Nakamoto, Sodexo District Manager; Kerwin Higashi, Sodexo Vice President of Operations; Dr. Val Iwashita ’67, retired Headmaster; Glenn Ching, ‘Iolani Director of Finance. RIGHT: The Alexander & Baldwin Foundation presented a check for $50,000 to ‘Iolani School towards the Capital Campaign for the Sullivan Center. Pictured, left to right, Thomas B. Fargo, Member of the ‘Iolani Board of Governors; Vic Angoco, Jr., Senior Vice President Matson; Meredith Ching, Senior Vice President Alexander & Baldwin, Inc.; Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell; Stanley Kuriyama, Chair and Chief Executive Officer Alexander & Baldwin, Inc.; Chris Benjamin, President Alexander & Baldwin, Properties
“We are honored to take part in supporting creative problemsolving, technological advancement and community involvement at ‘Iolani School,” said Joanna Lau Sullivan. “We hope the Sullivan Center’s focus on collaborative learning and inquiry will create generations of future leaders who are curious, compassionate and dedicated to serving our community.” On the ground floor of the Sullivan Center, students will put technology into action at the robotics lab and work room. Discovery, research and inquiry will flourish on the second floor, which will house a state-of-the-art library, archives and seminar rooms. Students will work with peers on community projects through the use of the third floor’s white boards, flexible project space, audio/video room and media lab. The fourth floor will have movable wet labs, conference rooms and space dedicated to design thinking. Making use of every inch of space, the rooftop will house an urban rooftop garden where students will learn how food moves from farm to table. Group 70 International, Ltd., is the center’s architect and Nordic PCL Construction, Inc., is overseeing construction.
150th Celebration Upcoming Events October 19 – Friday 150th Anniversary Celebration Speaker Series Featuring Dr. Timothy Cottrell 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. | The Pacific Club ‘Iolani School will hold a series of lunch events with special speakers from the ‘Iolani Family. The first event will feature Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell. Join us as Dr. Cottrell shares his vision for “Educating Our Students for Their Future.” October 27 – Saturday Homecoming & Ho‘olaulea 2:00 p.m. Football game ‘Iolani versus Pac-Five at ‘Iolani 7:00 p.m. Burning of the I November 9, 10 and 11 The Episcopal Church in Hawai‘i Sesquicentennial 150 Years of Service
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Members of the school community place - - sticks into the soil. their ‘o‘o Kumu Hula Sean Nakayama ’93, seated far left, chants while students perform a hula to open the ground breaking ceremony. Dean of Instruction Dr. Carey Inouye ’66, Senior Class President Emerald Tsui ’13 and Dean of Lower School Gerald Teramae participated in the ceremony.
November 30 – Friday 150th Anniversary Celebration Speaker Series Featuring Rev. David P. Coon 12:00 p.m. | The Pacific Club $25 includes lunch. Register by November 20 at www.iolanialumni.org January 20 – Sunday 150th Celebration Birthday Bash 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Kozuki Stadium
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Shares His Message for Peace
Delivering the homily to a full congregation, Archbishop Tutu encouraged people to “make this a caring, sharing, compassionate world.” TOP: Archbishop Desmond Tutu is
welcomed to Saint Alban’s Chapel by Dr. Timothy Cottrell, the Very Reverend Walter Brownridge and Reverend Daniel Leatherman. RIGHT: Archbishop Tutu greets faculty, staff, students and families.
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The warmth of the Hawaiian sun showing through the colors of the stained glass window was not the only sign of beauty and peace in Saint Alban’s Chapel. The message expressed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu also resonated with love and hope, speaking to the congregation gathered for a Morning Prayer service on August 3, yet especially reaching out to the students in attendance. “Dream. Dream. Dream and be as idealistic as you can be,” Archbishop Tutu said. “Dream of a world that is different from now. . . .Don’t allow yourself to be infected with the cynicism of oldies, like us, who tell you that it is impossible. Nothing is impossible.” Archbishop Tutu is a well-known proponent of human rights and was a leading figure in the long struggle to end apartheid in his native South Africa. After apartheid was ended, Archbishop Tutu led the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which is credited with helping South Africa heal from the wounds caused by decades of race-based discrimination. Since then, the Archbishop has become a vocal advocate of rights for women and homosexuals, and he has advocated for more vigorous action to deal with HIV, AIDS and tuberculosis. He was invited to return to the Islands by the Very Reverend Walter Brownridge, who is Dean of the Episcopal Church’s Cathedral of Saint Andrew and who previously served as the Canon of St. George’s Cathedral in Cape Town, South Africa. Reverend Brownridge is also an ‘Iolani parent. The Morning Prayer Service began with a welcoming oli and hula followed with readings led by ‘Iolani Chaplain Rev. Daniel Leatherman and students. Students enrolled in history teacher John Bickel’s summer Global Issues class were seated a few pews behind the Archbishop and his wife. Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell presented the Archbishop with a special gift of aloha, a koa box adorned with a replica of St. Alban’s Chapel’s stained glass. In 1992 , Archbishop Tutu met with ‘Iolani’s Lower School student council following his speaking engagement in Saint Andrew’s Cathedral. One of those students was then fifth grader Erik Yamamoto ’99. Today, Yamamoto is an ‘Iolani history teacher and Interim Assistant Director of ‘Iolani Special Programs. While time has passed, for Yamamoto and the entire ‘Iolani community, meeting and hearing Archbishop Tutu was an honor. The morning was unforgettable, inspiring and left a powerful, lasting impression. “Dream of a world where children will have clean water, education and health care,” Archbishop Tutu proclaimed.
History teacher Erik Yamamoto ’99 met Archbishop Tutu for the second time. The first time was in 1992 when Yamamoto was in the fifth grade. BELOW: The Archbishop complimented students for their beautiful hula. He is pictured with Kumu Hula Sean Nakayama ’93, far left; Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell, far right; and dancers David Ling ’13, Megan Ching ’14, Micah Lau ’12, Marissa Yonamine ’14, Dyllon Sue ’12, and Robi Kodama ’14.
“We are all members of one family, the human family.” —Archbishop Desmond Tutu in St. Alban’s Chapel, August 3, 2012
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t I g n i g n i W in ‘Iolanis’ Imagination takes flight Programs rts A g in m for er P er m Sum By Jason Black
Greg Zane ’81 was one of three teachers of the Fundamentals of Musical Theatre Class.
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Summertime in the Islands is always brimming with wonder and adventure: traveling to the mainland or Asia with family, hitting Sandy Beach and swimming with friends, playing afternoon soccer in Kapi‘olani Park, getting a jump on the looming summer reading list by diving into Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea. And let’s not forget about summer school. But just because you’re studying during summer break doesn’t mean that it can’t be fun. Just ask the kids who enrolled in ‘Iolani’s annual summer performing arts classes. This past summer, ‘Iolani once again offered its always growing and everpopular summer program for aspiring artisans. Now, in its eighth season, this year’s program hosted students ranging in age from five to 15, and hailing from all over Hawai‘i, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, and across the United States. As in years past, in-demand classes included Make Your Own Musical and New York Broadway Drama. And, for the musically inclined, there was even an exciting new ‘Ukulele Boot Camp that was developed and taught by professional musicians Bruce Shimabukuro and his talented brother, Jake Shimabukuro. Six weeks later, at the final concert performance, 35 kids were strumming their ‘ukes in front of proud, on-looking family and friends. As Interim Director of Special Programs Michelle Hastings describes, the guiding principle behind the performing arts summer program is simple: to give students an opportunity to experience something beyond the typical school curriculum, to gather students together from diverse backgrounds and give them the chance to perform and work together as a group in a dynamic environment, and to offer kids the possibility to express themselves in music, song, dance and acting in a safe, supportive environment. “Enrichment is the key,” opines Hastings. “We are offering more than what the student would typically get in a normal school day. They can specialize in what they love to do, or they can try their hand at something completely new and different.”
Hastings attributes the program’s year-over-year momentum and continuing success to the dedication of its teachers and the overwhelming enthusiasm of its students. One course, Make Your Own Musical taught by Lower School music teacher Mary Chesnut Hicks and Rosalyn Catracchia was introduced last year and remains very popular. It’s primarily a concept generation and creative writing course that teaches kids how to brainstorm their own ideas. On a daily basis, students work on singing, acting and movement exercises in addition to the creative writing process and the elements of song/ story writing. And the kids must enjoy the exercises because the same kids from last year took the class again. Another class, Professional Theatre for Kids was new this year and very popular for the entering third to fifth graders. That class was guided by a professional working actress Kimee Balmilero, teaching for the first time and whose credits include Miss Saigon (at age 17), Mamma Mia! on Broadway and children’s TV series Hi-5. Scheduled activities included some improvisation exercises, experiencing two “mock auditions,” as well as creating their own monologues based on characters they made up themselves. “Kids always love trying new things in the summer,” comments Hastings. “Overall, we want our students to embrace their own creative side,” says Hicks. “There are no mistakes, no wrong answers. We really want to encourage them to take risks and grow in confidence. We try our best to show how much we love what we do and how much we care about each other. So we try to instill that same sense of security and respect for each C other, from which real risks can be taken.” “I want to instill in them a sense of the ‘group mind’ and support,” says Balmilero. “I remind students that when putting together a show, ever ybody is impor tant. Whether you’re singing a solo or dancing in the back row, we are all telling the same
story and building the same world. We need to constantly support each other to get that across to the audience.” Teachers with real-life experiences in theatre offer students great insight and perspective. The Fundamentals of Musical Theatre Class was taught by a trio of professionals with Christine Yasunaga ’89 teaching dance, Greg Zane ’81 directing, and John Alexander on vocals. Students learned the story, songs, and dances to the musical Singing in the Rain. Choreographer and director Zane, who lives in New York City, also directed Singing in the Rain at Diamond Head Theatre this past summer.
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Laugh” was one song and dance enjoyed by these boys. A Students dance to “Singing
in the Rain.” B Students in the Professional Theatre for Kids class performed in the chapel. C Students in first through
third grade performed Willy Wonka as part of the New York Broadway Drama class.
By the end of this summer’s program, the response from students and parents was overwhelmingly positive. “Kids and parents love it,” beams Hastings. “The performing arts classes fill up quickly and most have waiting lists. All of the classes also have a summerend performance for friends and family. It’s wonderful for parents to see their children grow and blossom and perform in front of an audience in such a short period of time.”
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The Giving Tree
ir conditioned classrooms have replaced the Quonset huts. Lush tropical flora now beautify a campus that was once a barren former military field with dry grass and weeds. The radio tower—a remnant from an earlier era—is also gone. ‘Iolani’s campus has come a long way over the years and evolved with the changing times. Just in the last 20 years, the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Building now stands where tennis courts once were. The One Team Field House replaced a parking lot and warehouse. Next year, the new Sullivan Center will be where the new library, audio visual and media center, and other learning spaces will be housed. But when Steven Kondo ’60, who graduated from ‘Iolani more than 50 years ago, revisited the campus at the end of last school year, he noticed a special something that had not changed. It was something that triggered memories from more halcyon days. It was a symbol—amidst a changing campus of modern buildings and tech savvy students—of timeless friendships and bonds. Steven had come back to campus for the Promotion Ceremony on May 31 because his granddaughter Robyn Yim ’18, who was a sixth grader last year, was being promoted, along with all the other sixth graders, to the seventh grade which is the gateway to Upper School.
Steven Kondo ’60, second from the left in the white shirt, remembers gathering beneath the Rainbow Shower tree on campus with his classmates to talk story and eat lunch. Steven Kondo ’60 returned to campus for the sixth grade Promotion Ceremony on May 31 and posed for a photo with his granddaughter, Robyn Yim ’18, in front of the same Rainbow Shower tree. The tree is much taller now, but the memories remain.
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So being a proud grandparent, Steven was looking for a good place to take a photo with Robyn when he noticed a tree just a little bit west of St. Alban’s Chapel. This wasn’t an ordinary tree. It was the same Rainbow Shower tree that he and his classmates had gathered beneath when they were young students at ‘Iolani. He and his classmates would meet beneath this little Charlie Brown of a tree during their free periods between classes to eat lunch, talk story, and joke around. The tree was small. Its skimpy branches didn’t provide a lot of coverage so the boys had to sit close together to say out of the hot Hawaiian sun. “We always called it our tree,” Kondo says of his classmates from 1960. “Everyone was welcome to sit under it, but when we wanted to sit and talk for awhile, we knew we could just sit by that tree and someone would join us.” The Rainbow Shower tree was such a popular hangout that the editors of the Ka Mo‘olelo O ‘Iolani placed a photo of it in the 1960 yearbook. Today, the tree is much taller with a thick trunk, sprawling branches that tower above the second floor of the I Building, and pretty pink blossoms bunched among the fragile green leaves. There’s now a walkway around the tree and benches nearby so that students can still sit in the shade and enjoy the large shadows created by puffs of leaves. Steven and his granddaughter stood in front of the tree for a photo and recorded a double milestone: Robyn’s promotion from sixth grade and another special gathering for Steven. Steven is now retired from his career at Finance Factors and stays in touch with many ‘Iolani classmates. “We’ve always been close,” he says, “but we’re getting closer as we get older.” As an ‘Iolani alumnus and grandparent, he is excited about the future and the direction the school is taking. Yet it’s comforting for him to know that near the new four-story Sullivan Center will be the same Rainbow Shower tree that provided a refuge in the center of campus during his chapter of adolescence and time of growing up. “Back then, there were no senior benches,” he says. “Only the tree.”
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in Focuus Congratulations to the following members of the Class of 2013:
Members of the Class of 2013 were named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists.
Thirty Seniors Qualify as National Merit Semifinalists
t ‘Iolani, 30 members of the Class of 2013 qualified as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists for 2013. Out of a total of 70 high school seniors in the state of Hawai‘i who made the cut, ‘Iolani students represented 43 percent of that accomplished group. These academically talented seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for more than 8,300 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million that will be offered next spring. Approximately 1.5 million juniors in over 22,000 high schools entered the 2013 National Merit Program by taking the 2011 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT), which served as an initial screen of program entrants. The nationwide pool of semifinalists, which represents less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest scoring entrants in each state and is proportional to the state’s percentage of the national total of graduating seniors.
Correction: The two medalists in the ‘Iolani Science Olympiad Division B team were Julia Kawano ’15 and Andrew Enze Ma ’15. The names were incorrectly listed in the summer issue of the ‘Iolani School Bulletin. We regret this error.
Sydney Akers Arnold Chang Aaron Chinn Logan Davis Kyle Flores Adam Fong Maile Greenhill Holly Harada Danielle Huang Elise Kaneshiro Courtney Kobata Kristy Lau Jason Loui Jake Lui Erin Masatsugu William McQuiston Amanegentoku Morigami Emily Natori Isabelle Oka Taylor Sakai Alanna Simao Josiah Situmeang Tara Srirangarajan Maya Stevens Kevin Suzuki Lauren Uhr Bradley Wo Tiffany Yu Deanne Yugawa Elvina Zhang
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Welcoming Faculty & Staff to ‘Iolani School Alan Yeh M at h
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Bonny Chikamori F i rst G r a d e Bonny Chikamori earned a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Chaminade University, where she was a member of the Delta Epsilon Sigma National Honor Society and recognized as the “Outstanding Elementary Education Student.” She earned a master of science degree in computer information systems from the University of Phoenix. Her experience includes teaching at Voyager Charter School for ten years, coordinating and managing service-learning documentaries and oral-history projects for the Kamehameha Scholars Program, and developing and instructing the Gifted and Talented ProjectBased Learning Program at Kahala Elementary School. She also mentored and worked with teacher candidates enrolled in the College of Education at the University of Hawai‘i and Chaminade University. She enjoys outdoor activities with husband Clint and son Tre ’25.
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Kori (Akamine) Briones ’01 earned her bachelor’s degree at Loyola Marymount University in 2004 and received her master of education in teaching degree from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa in 2006. She taught general education for kindergarten through fifth grades and English Language Arts for sixth grade, most recently at Jarrett Middle School. She received her National Board Certification in English. She spends her free time with husband Kellan, daughter Kiele, and son Kela, playing baseball and soccer and going to the beach. She enjoys surfing, painting, jewelry making and coaching her daughter’s teams.
Alan Yeh earned his bachelor of science degree in mathematics from Biola University and his master of education degree in curriculum studies with an emphasis in secondary mathematics from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. With more than ten years of experience, he taught a range of classes at Hawai‘i Baptist Academy, including advanced placement calculus, algebra 2, geometry, statistics, trigonometry, and math analysis. He served as the chair of the mathematics department, coached the math team; and was a class adviser.
Yeh has been an Advanced Placement Calculus Exam Reader since 2008 and is the recipient of the Siemens Award for Advanced Placement for Hawai‘i in 2008–09. This past summer, he taught the problem solving course for ‘Iolani.
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Lee Cataluna served as ‘Iolani’s Keables Chair in 2004. Her novel Three Years on Doreen’s Sofa won the Excellence in Literature Award from the Hawai‘i Book Publishers Association in 2012. She is a recipient of the Cades Award for Literature for her body of work.
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Dane Camp earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Elmhurst College and taught secondary school mathematics for 33 years in Illinois. While teaching, he also earned a master’s degree in mathematics from Northern Illinois University and a Ph.D. from Loyola University Chicago in the history of education. He completed his dissertation on fractal geometry. Camp loves to sing and has shared math songs at conferences across the mainland, and in Israel, Austria, and Japan. He often writes fill-inthe-blank poems for his classes. He says that through his career, “I have come to teach, I have also come to learn.” He has a ukulele collection and says he is hoping to finally unlock the secrets of how to play properly while he is at ‘Iolani.
After earning a bachelor of arts degree in English literature from Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire and a master’s degree in English literature from Boston University, Liane Remignanti moved to Hawai‘i last year to pursue a career in education.
A native of Maui, she received her bachelor’s degree from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, and in 2012 received her master of fine arts in creative writing from the University of California—Riverside. Her plays have been produced in theaters across the islands. She has been a journalist for 20 years and has led writing workshops for teens, teachers and inmates. She lives in Niu Valley with her husband, Jim Kelly, and their son, Kainoa ’25.
Growing up in New Hampshire, she endured her share of cold, snowy winters and was eager to transition to a warmer climate where she now enjoys the ocean and the mountains regularly. She was initially drawn to ‘Iolani because of its excellent reputation for maintaining the high academic standards that enable young people to pursue higher education and served as a substitute teacher.
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Robert “Rebus” Bonning H isto ry (o n e y e a r)
Kazumi Takemasa C h o r us ( fa l l s e m e st e r) Kazumi Takemasa received a bachelor’s degree in music education from Westminster Choir College of Rider University where he was the vice president of their Music Educators National Conference Collegiate chapter and was the music director of the Westminster Players’ Side Show. He taught music for five years in New Jersey at various schools, including the Middlesex Regional Educational Service Commission where he worked with autistic and multiple disabled children and teenagers. After moving to Hawai‘i, he worked as a 1-on-1 paraprofessional for special needs students at Roosevelt, Lunalilo, and Mililani Uka Elementary schools. He interned with the Hawai‘i Youth Opera Chorus, running warm-ups and teaching music theory. He enjoys playing the guitar, building his new computer, and watching movies with his wife Blythe.
Cynthia Reid Third Grade (s p r i n g s e m e st e r) Cynthia Reid earned her bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Northern Colorado and her master’s degree in educational technology from Lesley University in Massachusetts. She taught reading, language arts, history, science, math, computer technology, and technology integration for 28 years in Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Germany. She also piloted an English as a Second Language program in Colorado that became the model site for the Lewis-Palmer School District. Reid coached a high school FIRST Robotics Competition team for six years, has taught robotics in ‘Iolani’s after school and summer school programs for three years, and coached ‘Iolani’s FIRST Lego League team. She enjoys time with her husband, Mark, and three daughters, Jennifer, Courtney, and Leighann, as well as hiking, playing the piano, reading, and gardening.
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Rebus Bonning grew up in Carpinteria, California, a small beach community just south of Santa Barbara. He attended Crane School (where his mother is a second grade assistant teacher) and Cate School (where his father is a science teacher). He attended Santa Clara University where he received a bachelor of arts in political science with a minor in environmental studies. After a teaching internship at The Dunn School in Santa Ynez, he returned to the Bay Area and worked as a paralegal.
Bonning has lived in Hawai‘i for the past 10 years, receiving his master’s degree in geography from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and then teaching social studies for six years at St. Francis School. He and his wife have a two-year-old son Emmett. They enjoy going to the beach and playing in the backyard.
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Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important. — Bill Gates
Micheline McManus E n g l is h (o n e y e a r)
Brenda Yun E n g l is h ( fa l l s e m e st e r) R e l i g io n (s p r i n g s e m e st e r) Brenda Yun earned her bachelor of arts degree in East Asian studies and English from Colby College and her master of fine arts degree in creative writing from Emerson College in Boston. She taught English at Castilleja School in Palo Alto, California, and at Punahou in Honolulu. She is currently a lead faculty member in communications, English, and humanities at the University of Phoenix in Hawai‘i. She is also pursuing a Ph.D. in creative writing through a low-residency program at Bath Spa University in the United Kingdom. A former freelance travel writer, she is an avid surfer and world traveler.
Micheline McManus recently moved to Hawai‘i from Maryland. She has taught English at the Groton School, Wilmington Friends School, and the Friends School of Baltimore where she also served as the chair of the English department. She is a graduate of Swarthmore College and is pursuing her master’s degree in English literature from the Breadloaf School of English at Middlebury College. She is excited to explore the Islands with her husband Tom and children Jack, Charlie, and Meg. Her lifelong passions are theater from around the world and improv comedy. She is also an avid Boston Red Sox fan.
Benjamin Lah As so c i at e D i r ec to r o f Co l l eg e Co u n s e l i n g Benjamin Lah earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Pomona College and a master of arts in higher and post-secondary education from Teachers College, Columbia University. He began his career in education as a math teacher at the Webb Schools, a boarding school in Claremont, California. He has since spent the majority of his professional life in Southern California, including the last eight years in Los Angeles where he worked in undergraduate admissions at the University of Southern California and then college counseling at Brentwood School. As an admissions counselor, he was the territory manager for Hawai‘i. While Lah misses his friends and family, the LA Kings, and In-N-Out Burger, he looks forward to becoming active in a new community and working with ‘Iolani students as they apply to college.
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Advanced Placement biology teacher “Papa Jack” Kay walks through the pews of a standing ovation in St. Alban’s Chapel.
Recognized for Years of Service Fellow teachers and staff members rose to their feet in a standing ovation for biology teacher Jack “Papa Jack” Kay, who was recognized for 50 years of service to ‘Iolani. The presentation took place during the first school-wide faculty and staff meeting of the new school year. At the meeting, held in St. Alban’s Chapel on August 24, Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell and Dean of Upper School Ann Yoneshige acknowledged and praised those teachers and staff members who have reached 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 years of service at ‘Iolani.
Honored for 40 years of service were Jimmy Capinpin, Jo Okumoto, (Dr. Cottrell) and Glenn Young ’59. RIGHT: Science teacher Sara Finnemore, center, received the Ernell C. Young Award from Estelle Wong, left, who is the twin sister of Ernell C. Young, and from Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell.
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Dr. Cottrell also presented the Ernell C. Young Endowment for Faculty and Staff Development Award to science teacher Sara Finnemore. This annual award is named after Ernell C. Young, who was a long time math teacher at ‘Iolani and who passed away at age 52 in 1996. Ernell’s family established the award to help provide teachers with support and funding for professional resources. Estelle Wong, Ernell’s sister, accompanied Dr. Cottrell for the award presentation.
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The award for half a century of service went to “Papa Jack” Kay. 30 YEARS: Reaching 30 years of service were,
left to right: John Alexander, Frank Briguglio, (Dr. Cottrell), Deborah Hall, Daryl Kuioka, and Candace Young. Not pictured Bernard Ching. 20 YEARS: Recognized for 20 years of service
were, left to right: Steven Doi ’83, Aaron Chaney, (Dr. Cottrell), Lurline Mau, Cyrenne Okimura, Clarissa Sin, Li Ann Wada. Not pictured Curtis Abe and Amy Yonashiro.
And the Po‘okela Goes To...
Dr. Timothy Cottrell, center right, presented awards to those celebrating 10 years of service to ‘Iolani School. Pictured are Rhonda Nagao, Judy Kurokawa, Mary Hicks, (Dr. Cottrell), Aimee Choy and Melanie Pfingsten. Not pictured is Joseph Won.
Po‘okela Awards are presented annually by the Hawai‘i State Theatre Council to recognize excellence in the local theatre community. Congratulations go to ‘Iolani theater teachers Rob Duval and Katherine Jones ’93, who were among the recipients this year. Duval received the Best Director Award for Diamond Head Theatre’s production of The Butler Did It and Best Actor Award for Hawai‘i Pacific University’s production of The House of Blue Leaves. Jones received a Best Choreography Award for Mānoa Valley Theatre’s production of Honk. ‘ I o l a ni S c h o o l f a c u l t y & S t a f f f i l e
Honoring the Legacy of Father Bray 49th Annual Father Bray Football Classic | August 13
Dr. Timothy Cottrell, Dr. Elmer Takenishi ’58, Ron Oba ’42 and Kira Tamashiro ’05
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Standing: Wilfred Keola, Jr. ’73, Rose Marie Panko, Guy Kamitaki ’73, Ken Kawahara ’87, Kevin McCrary ’79, Sanford Morioka ’85 and John Pang ’73; sitting, Colleen Inaba, Judy Kurokawa, Kira Tamashiro ’05 and Toby Morioka 1 Cindy and Ernie Choy ‘70 2 Cameo Lethem ’10, C.J. Lucas ’10, Claire Mosteller ’10
The 49th Annual Father Bray Football Classic was held on August 13 at Aloha Stadium with more than 200 people attending a pre-game reception under a tent on the stadium grounds. The double header featured a game between Pac-Five and Waipahu followed by a thrilling victory of ‘Iolani over Konawaena. Two alumni—who perpetuate the One Team spirit—were honored by Head of School
Dr. Timothy Cottrell: Ronald Oba ’42 and Elmer Takenishi ’58. They were escorted onto the field during half-time of the featured game. Director of Alumni Relations Kira Tamashiro ’05 served as emcee during the reception and the cheer squad provided lots of pep. The event honors the memory of Father Kenneth A. Bray, ‘Iolani’s legendary coach and founder of the school’s athletic program.
INSET: The Yugawa family: Eric ’14, Craig ’09, Billie Jean, and Alan ’78 RIGHT: Reese ’79, Johnnel, and Amy ’17 Nakamura
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This year’s honorees
Ronald Oba ’42 entered ‘Iolani School as a freshman in the fall of
1938. Tuition was $100 and books were $50 back then. Oba worked
RONALD OBA class of 1942
Michiko and Ron Oba ’42
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many hours at Dole Cannery to pay his way through school. Back then, exams were given every Friday in each subject, yet despite this test schedule, Oba made the Headmaster’s List each quarter for four years. While Oba did not get to know Father Bray as a coach, he did get to know Father Bray as a very strict teacher. After graduating in 1942 , Oba was called to serve in F Company in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Oba became a cook for his company. After being honorably discharged in 1945, Ron first enrolled in the University of Hawai‘i then later completed his work for a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy at Washington University in St. Louis. Oba also earned a master’s degree in health services administration and worked at several local hospitals before rising to the level of senior vice president and chief operation officer of Kuakini Health Systems. Once he retired in 1987, Ron became re-involved with ‘Iolani and the 442nd. He is also the main author of the book “The Ole Man” about Father Bray. Ron is the current president of the 442nd Veterans Club and editor emeritus of the 442nd “Go For Broke” bulletin. Oba, who turns 90 this year, enjoys golfing, jogging, reading, and writing. He also helps fellow veterans with transportation to and from the veteran’s clinic. Ron and his wife Michiko have three children and six grandchildren.
Dr. Elmer Takenishi class of 1958
Dr. Elmer Takenishi’s first ‘Iolani experience was as a summer school student on the Nu‘uanu Campus in the summer of 1953. He entered ‘Iolani as a fully enrolled student in the eighth grade, on the Ala Wai campus. Elmer played three sports: football, basketball, and baseball. He was coached by memorable figures such as Father Charles Halter, Harold Silva, Ted Shaw, Tommy Kaulukukui, and Eddie Hamada ’46. He was also senior class president. Upon graduating in 1958, Takenishi enrolled at the University of Nebraska where he played baseball. He was later accepted to the Loyola University School of Dentistry. When war broke out in the 1960 s, Elmer volunteered to enlist in the Air Force and became a military dentist at Edwards Air Force Base in California. He practiced dentistry in Huntington Beach before returning to Hawai‘i. He coached baseball at ‘Iolani with Dr. Carey Inouye ’66 and Steve Shishido in the ’80 s and ’ 90 s. He is proud that his Class of 1958 has been very active with the ‘Iolani Fair and supporting the Class of ’58 Scholarship Endowment. He and his wife Jeanette have three children: Kim, Jodi ’87 and Wade ’89.
Dr. Elmer ’58 and Jeanette Takenishi and Wade ’89 and Kehau Takenishi
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News from the ‘Ohana
An Exciting Year Ahead... The ‘Iolani ‘Ohana
The Biggest Birthday Party
Established in 1986, the ‘Iolani ‘Ohana is the parent organization of the school supporting the One Team spirit. Our mission is to offer opportunities for ‘Iolani parents to be informed and involved in their child’s education by providing programs and activities that foster relationships and promote continued interaction within the ‘Iolani community.
‘Iolani ‘Ohana sponsored “New Beginnings,” the kickoff event for our 150th celebration giving families the opportunity to meet Dr. Cottrell and his wife Lisa at the very beginning of the school year. Hundreds of parents attended this event to meet and hear from Dr. Cottrell and connect with other ‘Iolani families. Plans for the next big 150th ‘Ohana event, the “Birthday Bash” in January 2013, are well underway! This may just be the biggest birthday party you will ever go to! I hope everyone—our families, alums, faculty and staff—will join in and enjoy the 150th activities to come and get to know Dr. Cottrell and his family during the year.
Our mission is to offer opportunities for ‘Iolani parents to be informed and involved in their child’s education. . . .
A Year of Beginnings What an honor it is for me to serve as ‘Ohana President in this year—the 150th anniversary of ‘Iolani School—celebrating such a rich history as well as the new leadership, skills, and warmth Dr. Timothy Cottrell brings to ‘Iolani as Head of School. So much will be happening on campus, including the construction of the new Sullivan Center. It will certainly be a year full of excitement!
The ‘Ohana Team The officers serving with me this year are Terry Foy (immediate past president), Tracy Ide (treasurer), Claire Aniya and Andrea Ching (secretaries), and Gary Miyashiro ’85 (treasurer elect). I am grateful to the ‘Ohana Council, grade level ‘Ohana reps, committee chairs, executive committee and officers for volunteering their time and talent and look forward to a truly fabulous year!
Teri Matsukawa ‘Iolani ‘Ohana President 2012–13
At the New Beginning Parent Reception were, left to right, Joan Park, Dr. Timothy Cottrell, Lisa Cottrell and Teri Matsukawa.
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St. Alban’s Minute
Among all the pens, pencils, folders, paper, post-it notes, and items that go into my bag as we begin a new school year, I include a hammer. Yes. That’s right. A 16 ounce, hickory handled beauty that has hung many paintings, repaired roofing shingles, and anchored tent pegs. This hammer comes with me to school. A hammer is quite useful and, in life, we all carry one. The Apostle Paul knew this when he wrote the first letter to the Thessalonians. This is one of the earliest writings we have in the New Testament. These earliest Christians believed that Jesus was going to return soon—maybe not tomorrow or next week, but certainly within their lifetime. They were struggling, because they had only been Christians for a short time—perhaps a few months— and they were wondering, “How do we act?” Some were so convinced that Jesus was coming back soon, that they stopped making plans. They were wondering, “What are we to do?” They needed some instructions and some encouragement. So Paul tells them. Paul says, they are children of light, children of the day and not of the darkness; to put on the clothing of love and hope. They are to encourage one another to build each other up. (1 Thess 5:5–11) And that is where our hammer comes in. Hammers ARE useful. They can be used to pound in nails as well as remove them. In pounding nails, they can be used to bring things together, like wood or wall-board. They are
helpful in decorating and bringing art and beauty to our lives by helping to hang a picture. But their usefulness goes two ways: just as they can be used to build and construct, to hang and decorate; they can also be used to destroy, to tear down. If I take the hammer of my words or my actions and use them to build this school and build this community—like filling a bucket— we become stronger, richer, and even more incredible than we could imagine. Words of hope, words of encouragement, helpfulness, being a friend, inviting a new student to sit with your group at lunch, or inviting them to play a game at recess. But I can use other words and actions to break the bonds that bring us together and make us strong: I can lie, I can cheat, I can steal, I can be exclusive instead of inclusive, I can use words that put others down because they think and act differently. I’m not saying anything that hasn’t been said time and time again, but I have this dream that WE CAN LIVE IT. We can DREAM BIG AND BUILD BIGGER . No community is perfect. Even the earliest Christians didn’t see eye to eye on a lot of things, but that does not mean we shouldn’t strive for this. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who graced our campus this summer and spoke in St. Alban’s Chapel, dared us all to Dream. He said that God has a Dream too. In this dream, we strive to do our very best, yes, work hard for the betterment of ourselves and our
community. But this is a dream where our self-worth is not measured in our grades, our trophies or our certificates. In this dream, we will know that we are part of one human family, God’s family; in this dream there will be more laughter, joy, peace, compassion, love, and caring. There will be justice and goodness. It is a dream where war, hostility, pushing others away, and selfishness have no place. In this 150th year, we are dreaming dreams and building them each and every day. We are constructing a new building, and the sounds of hammers will echo across this campus. As we construct the next 150 years, let’s not only build new buildings and programs, but also build this community. Last year on campus we did a post-it note campaign where we filled one another’s lives with compliments. But you don’t need a post-it note to tell someone “good job,” “I believe in you,” “great effort.” It is a great reminder that ALL who bear God’s image are children of God. We then are children of light—each of us called to clothe ourselves in hope and love. Though these words were originally written for the school community, they apply to any and every kind of community one can imagine: your network of family, colleagues, your church or temple, a sewing circle, or golfing or fishing buddies. So how will you use the hammer you carry? Will you use it to build or destroy? Help to build one another up. Help build ‘Iolani and ensure that our One Team motto is as true 150 years from now as today.
The Rev. Daniel L. Leatherman
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Alumni Association News
a � a h W r a e y ! n e e b s it’ our summer events Class of 2012 Ice Cream Party Class of 1962 50 Year Reunion Alaska Fishing Adventure Travel Program All Class Social Summer Concert Series Reunion Weekend Kickoff Dinner A Touch of ‘Iolani Father Bray Memorial Football Classic Welcoming Head of School Dr. Cottrell
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Since beginning my role as Director of Alumni Relations, hardly a day has gone by in which I don’t think about ‘Iolani alumni. I hope that you were able to participate in some of this summer’s events and contribute toward the good feelings that are generated when groups of alumni gather together. This past summer has been about the harmonious juxtaposition and union of new and old. Summertime alumni activities were kicked off by the ‘Iolani Alumni Association with an ice cream party for the Class of 2012. The following day, at Commencement, the seniors recognized the Class of 1962, which enjoyed a weekend of Golden Reunion Activities. Class leaders John Ishikawa ’62, Pat Tom ’62, and Miles Kawatachi ’62 did a fine job coordinating the weekend’s events and rallying their class around their 50th reunion gift. In June, July, and August, the ‘Iolani Alumni Association (IAA) and Alumni Office charged full speed ahead with back-to-back activities designed to thank, re-energize, and celebrate fellowship and our proud ‘Iolani heritage. The IAA launched its new travel program with the Alaska Fishing Adventure in Juneau in June. Twelve adventure-seekers including alumni Ernie Choy ’70, James Lee ’74, and William Matsuura ’60 enjoyed fishing for black cod, halibut, and salmon. From September 5 to 16, alumni and friends, with a sizeable contingency from the Class of 1964, traveled together on a National Parks Tour. In July, the IAA thanked key alumni in each class for their tireless efforts at the first event of its kind, the All Class Social. This was followed by the family-friendly Summer Concert featuring two firsts: performances only by alumni bands and food
foundation for success. Your commitment to serving trucks. Congratulations and good luck go to Jennifer alumni is much appreciated, and the programs that Hino ’99, who debuted her food truck on this day! you have cultivated will surely inspire current Board The Reunion Weekend Kickoff Dinner for Classes members. Thank you, Jane Heimerdinger, former ending in 2 or 7 saw the joyous faces of alumni from Director of Institutional the Class of 1947 through Advancement, who retired in 2012 as they learned about our We welcome new Head late June. We will remember ever-improving campus and you for your boundless warmth reveled in the good-feelings of School Dr. Timothy and mindfulness of what’s best that were generated from being for ‘Iolani School. back on campus surrounded by R. Cottrell, our newest While we bid a fond classmates. The beautiful union alumni supporter. farewell to those who are of then and now continued much appreciated, we are also with A Touch of ‘Iolani as it excited to welcome new members Justin Haruki ’00, returned to its original location on the art lawn, and at Ben Kashiwabara ’82, Wilfred Keola, Jr. ’ 73, and which longtime supporter former IAA president and Tyler Kimura ’00 to the IAA Board of Directors. We one of the original masterminds of the Touch event, also extend our support to 2012–2013 IAA officers, Clancy Taoka ’49, was honored as this year’s Alumni president Ken Kawahara ’87, vice president Norm Service Award Recipient. Thank you so much, Class Cheng ’95, and treasurer Guy Kamitaki ’73. Over the of 1993 and fearless Touch co-chairs Marc Iyomasa ’93, next year, the IAA Board will spend countless hours Ryan Kusumoto ’93, and Susan Kuawabara ’93, for a meeting, planning, and executing alumni events aimed memorable event. The Father Bray Memorial Football at engaging all facets of the alumni community with Classic in mid-August marked the end of summertime the ultimate goal of supporting ‘Iolani School. alumni activities and the beginning of school year. Last but certainly not least, we welcome new Head The union of past and future was represented by of School Dr. Timothy R. Cottrell, our newest alumni the recognition of our 2012 Father Bray Honorees, supporter. Here is to the labor of love that keeps all Dr. Elmer Takenishi ’58 and Ronald Oba ’41, followed alumni connected to each other and to ‘Iolani school. by our cheers for the varsity football team that continues to carry on the philosophies for which the honorees hold true to their hearts. All this would not have been possible without the leadership and love of several key people. Thank you, With warmth and sincerity, outgoing IAA Board members Marnie Hursty ’89, Carter Siu ’92, Clifton Yasutomi ’00, and immediate past president Adrienne Elkind ’90, for laying the Kira Tamashiro ’05 Director of Alumni Relations
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Alumni Summer Concert
Making Music on Campus ‘Iolani Alumni Association Sponsors Summer Concert
magine a grassy courtyard with familiar music, food trucks with the best local foods, and friends reuniting on picnic blankets and lawn chairs. This was the scene at the annual ‘Iolani Summer Concert, Grooves & Grindz, held on July 8. The musical talent of ‘Iolani’s own New Breed, Milo Shade, Thick Tubes and Beach 5 drew an energetic
crowd that had the audience singing and children dancing. Five different food trucks and vendors supplied just enough variety to keep the five hundred hungry stomachs happy. 2012 marks the 8th consecutive year of this ‘Iolani summer tradition. Past headlining acts have included C&K , Nā Leo, Amy Hānaiali‘i, Brother Noland, and Makaha Sons.
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Christian Yrizarry 94 and friends perform.
HOMECOMING: The Seventeenth Annual
Director of Alumni Relations Kira Tamashiro ’05, Lisa Cottrell, Dr. Timothy Cottrell, Clancy Taoka ’49, Carolyn Taoka Young ’86, Jenny Taoka Hilscher ’89, Ken Kawahara ’87, Susan Kuwabara ’93, Marc Iyomasa ’93, Ryan Kusumoto ’93
The 17th Annual A Touch of ‘Iolani celebrated the school community, raised funds for the ‘Iolani Alumni Association Scholarship fund, and paid tribute to Clancy Taoka ’49, who received the Alumni Service Award. »
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early 900 alumni, family Alumni Scholarship Fund and various members, and friends programs and events. Graduating gathered on campus on August 4 to classes celebrating reunion years were enjoy each other’s company along seated in a special tented area. with delicious food and refreshments From humble beginnings as a prepared by Hawai‘i’s top restaurants small event for alumni to the sold-out and entertainment by great musi- crowds of today, A Touch of ‘Iolani cians. A silent auction held in the has brought people who love the student center raised funds for the school together each summer.
Sitting, Irene Nakamoto, Diane Miyamoto, Carolyn Aoki, Charlotte Chow, Gail Toma, and Reverie Suzuki; standing, Cal Miyamoto ’58, Mel Aoki ’58, David Nakamoto ’58, Leonard Chow ’58, Thomas Toma ’58, and Miles Suzuki ’58 RIGHT: Standing, Scott Hirashiki ‘81, Beau Yokomoto, Kelvin Sato ‘81, Keith Nakamura; sitting, Missy Hirashiki, Cindy Yokomoto, Heidi Sato, Jana Nakamura
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A Mark ’74 and Ruth Yamakawa stand beneath a banner celebrating ‘Iolani’s 150th anniversary. Mark is a member of the Board of Governors and chair of the 150th celebration committee. B Standing, Joanne and Paul Kennedy, Scott ’88 and Lisa Lee ’88 Simon, Florence and Bill Lee ’53; sitting, Harvey Wong, Rebe Kennedy, Paul Kennedy ’52 and Anna Marie Kennedy. C Students volunteer in the Sam Choy’s Breakfast, Lunch & Crab booth. D Standing: Rob Steiner, Walter Yim ’84, Aaron Wallen, Ken Kawahara ’87; sitting, Melanie KuroiwaSteiner, Sandee Moriki-Shiu, Kat Wallen, Wendy Kawahara
Marc Iyomasa ’93, Susan Kuwabara ’93 and Ryan Kusumoto ’93 served as event co-chairs.
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A Zoo Keeper’s Lifetime Labor of Love
By Jolyn Okimoto Rosa ’88
ormer Assistant Zoo Director Tommy Higashino ’69 speaks softly and plainly, describing to Honolulu Zoo volunteers how on the Sunday before Christmas, staff prepare gifts for the animals. For the lion, they make a paper maché zebra and stuffed meat in the cavity. “The lion grabbed it by the back of the neck, like it would do in the wild,” he says. “Even though they are in captivity, they still have that instinct in them. You want to elicit natural behaviors.” His voice conveys an interest in and respect for animals that have kept him at the same organization that gave him his first job, the Honolulu Zoo. Higashino retired after working at the zoo for 37 years, most recently as assistant zoo director. Barbara Thacker, director of volunteers, has worked with Higashino for “just” 16 years. “It’s a tremendous loss,” she says. “He’s made countless friends on behalf of the zoo.” Higashino will continue on as a so-called Zooper Volunteer.
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‘Iolani and Jack Kay, an Inspiration After graduating from the University of Hawai‘i with a degree in zoology, Higashino started as a bird keeper, a position that suited him because he kept some birds himself. His hiring date was January 20, 1975. He credits ‘Iolani with having taught him how to study. He has kept in touch with biology teacher John “Jack” Kay, helping with an occasional tour or lecture. “He was an inspiration,” Higashino says of Kay. Higashino worked his way through the ranks. First, he chose specialties in primates and elephants; then he became animal specialist, which in modern terms would be called curator. Later, he was storekeeper, which involved ordering, budgeting and other duties with the zoo being the “store”; then operations manager. In 1993, he was promoted to assistant zoo director. He might have moved up further, but chose not to. “There were opportunities, but I felt my value was in operations. That’s where I wanted to be,” he explains. “I wanted to work within our fence line.” He believes that is his strength. “I’m not leading the charge,” he says. “We need the director to set the vision, and we follow up trying to achieve that vision.” He says he served five or six directors during his tenure.
Honolulu Zoo Director Manuel Mollinedo presented a certificate honoring Tommy Higashino ’69. Also pictured is Randy Leong ’86. FAR BELOW: Tommy Higashino ’69 recently retired after 37 years of caring for animals at the beloved Honolulu Zoo. He is pictured with Randy Leong ’86, Deputy Director of the Department of Enterprise Services for the City & County of Honolulu.
His Zooper Backyard
On a Saturday this past summer, he led the volunteers through the zoo, speaking and moving intuitively and comfortably, as if meandering through his own backyard. His love of birds shows as he describes a bower bird. “The bower bird still builds his bower even though there’s no female,” he says. “You gotta do your good dance,” he says, briefly working his arms like wings. “You gotta have good color so the female will choose you.” Even after retirement, he still comes to the zoo three days a week, mainly to care for native plants to be used in a future Hawaiian Islands exhibit. He loves what the zoo experience can teach children.
March of the Elephants
“It’s not just animals in a cage,” he says, describing what was the old approach to housing animals in zoos—a philosophy that has long been outdated. “Zoos make an effort to provide enrichment, stimulating the animals mentally and physically.” He tells a riveting story about that philosophy in action, when he and staff members were taking the zoo’s beloved elephant, Empress, for a walk on the zoo grounds before opening: “At the end of walks, we would give her time to herself. . . she liked to rip down branches and smell rubbish cans,” he says. “She was about 20 to 30 yards away and I had curled up on the ground, resting. She came running, ears flapping, she tried to push me to check on me or make me get up.” After that, he was hooked. Elephants had become his favorite animals.
Conservation is Key
For zoo goers, the experience is more subtle, of course. Some people may question the appropriateness of zoos. To those he would respond in two ways: First, would the animals be able to fend for themselves in the wild? Second, is there a habitat for the animals in the wild? Higashino gives rhinos as an example of an animal in dire circumstances (the Javan rhino, for example, is believed to number only 50 individuals). He mentions The American Association of Zookeepers annual fundraiser, Bowling for Rhinos, to raise money for rhino conservation projects. “It’s a good cause,” he says, noting that armed guards are increasingly relied upon to protect rhinos from poaching. He adds rather wistfully that even bowling alleys to hold the fundraiser are becoming scarce. As animal habitat continues to be under pressure from human encroachment, zoos may become increasingly important, he says. People, and children in particular, have much to learn at the zoo. “That’s where people can make an emotional connection to care for animals and their habitat outside zoos.” Jolyn Okimoto Rosa ’88 is a freelance writer.
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Students Ryota Nomura ’17 and Travis Matsukawa ’17 gave their time to help a community cause.
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Thirty-eight ICAN volunteers helped to remove over 700 pounds of invasive algae from Kaimana Beach. RIGHT: Robyn Yamakawa ’05 carries burlap bags to collect the invasive algae overtaking Waikīkī Beach.
Volunteers of the ‘Iolani Community Action Network (ICAN) on June 16 plunged head first into the waters along Kaimana Beach to remove two species of invasive algae. The Gorilla Ogo (Gracilaria salicornia) and the Leather Mudweed (Avrainvillea amadelpha) are two of the usual suspects having a profound impact on the ecosystem, choking the reef and pushing out more than 85 native species of algae. Under the guidance of Dr. Celia Smith, a professor of botany at the University of Hawai‘i, and working alongside researchers from the University of Hawai‘i, ICAN volunteers helped to remove over 700 pounds of invasive algae. There was work for the water enthusiasts and nonwater enthusiasts alike. Members of ICAN snorkeled above University of Hawai‘i research divers to shuttle burlap bags full of algae back to shore. Once ashore, volunteers drained and weighed the collected algae. The weighed biomass was then dumped into a truck
bed and hauled to the Honolulu Zoo for compost. Additional volunteers helped to remove the invasive algae from the shallow reef area. The day culminated with the release of over 200 baby urchins. The urchins have been successful in controlling the invasive algae in Kāne‘ohe Bay, but this is the first time they will be used in Waikīkī. Donating their time on a beautiful summer day, the ‘Iolani community came together to make a lasting impact on the environment. Special thanks goes to Kyson Morikuni ’05 for organizing this event.
The next ICAN project will be the 3rd annual “One Day, One Team” event on October 6, . This year, ICAN is looking to host projects on O‘ahu and in Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington, D.C., Hong Kong, and Tokyo. If you’re near one of these locations, please consider participating in this worldwide day of service.
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Reo Saito ’11 and Corey Kozuma ’10 TOP: Les Uyehara ’60, Ted Wong ’47, Ray
Wong ’49, Dr. Val Iwashita ’67, Dr. Timothy Cottrell, Peter Tomozawa
Eddie Hamada Memorial Golf Tournament Friday, August 10, 2012 • Pearl Country Club
Grand Prize 21st Place, 21st Annual
Keisuke Aonuma Takuya Hoshino Shane Matsuda
46th Place The Year Mr. Hamada Graduated
ne hundred and seventy-four players enjoyed the fun and fellowship of this year’s annual Eddie Hamada Golf Tournament. It was a wonderful way to pay tribute to a coach, teacher, athletic director, role model, and friend who touched so many lives, while raising money for the Eddie Hamada Scholarship Endowment. Thank you to all the golfers, donors, and volunteers who made the tournament a success. ‘Iolani is grateful for the philanthropic spirit of its community and for the many alumni, parents, and friends who support this special event.
Akane Shimoko Leonard Shimoko Tai Wakabayashi
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Leather Soul LLC
Harvey Kodama ’54
RMY Construction, Inc.
Gilbert Korenaga ’72 Roy Nishioka ’55
Michael Shimoko ’79
Benn Pacific Group, Inc. Commercial Plumbing, Inc.
Nordic PCL Construction, Inc.
Garet ’83 & Lorene Azama Benn Pacific Group
Big City Diner
MC Group Hawaii, Inc.
Neal and Suzanne Fukumoto
Bert Mitsunaga ’04
Grant Fusato ’85
Okada Trucking Co., Ltd.
Sanford Goto ’74
The Realty Company
Hawai‘i Prince Hotel Waikiki
Stellmacher & Sadoyama, Ltd.
Hee Hing Restaurant Calvin Inouye ’68
Devens Nakano Saito Lee
Kaanapali Golf Course
Wong & Ching
Great Harvest Bread Co.
Alton Miyashiro ’72
Monarch Insurance Services, Inc.
Olomana Golf Links
N&K CPAs Inc.
Paradise Beverages, Inc.
Pearl Country Club
Pepperidge Farm, Inc.
Pro-Am Golf Shop
Pepsi Bottling Group of Hawaii
Pure Joy Day Spa
Preferred Mechanical, LLC
Russell ’61 and Lei Saito
Sato & Associates, Inc.
Southern Wine & Spirits
Brian Sunada ’66
Les Uyehara ’60
Nelson Yoshioka, Jr. ’77
Chris Shimabukuro ’85, Brian Sunada ’66, Brandon Flores ’90, Mike Flores ’67, Dr. Carey Inouye ’66, Glenn Flores ’69, Wayne Hirota ’66
Class of 1969
Trevor Benn ’92
Glenn Flores ’69
Earl Ching ’80
Glenn Inouye ’69
Craig Haga ’83
Blake Okimoto ’69
Kevin Ing ’74
Aaron Setogawa ’69
Colin Miwa ’74
Wes Yamasaki ’69
Alton Miyashiro ’72
‘Iolani Golf Team
Gary Miyashiro ’85
Roy Nishioka ’55
Harry Oda ’77
Russell ’61 and Lei Saito
Kelvin Sato ’81
Chris Shimabukuro ’85
John Tamanaha ’87
Brian Sunada ’66
Kira Tamashiro ’05
Shaun Ushijima ’81
Russell ’69 and Pat Yamamoto BELOW: Kimo Kahoano and Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell RIGHT: Matt Wagner ’92, Nelson Moku ’91 and Nathan Lee
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Pictures from the Past
The Reverend David P. Coon, assisted by Reverend Thomas Yoshida, blesses the track and field in 1991. Photo reprinted from ‘Iolani School Bulletin.
A Historic Moment on Campus The blessing and dedication of the Eddie Hamada Track and Field took place on September 27, 1991, with Reverend David P. Coon presiding.
“We are gathered here this morning to join together in one of the
most important and gratifying moments in any school’s history—that of honoring one of its own people,” Reverend Coon said in a speech.
Hamada graduated from ‘Iolani’s Nu‘uanu campus in 1946 and earned
a teaching degree from Emporia State College. He returned to ‘Iolani as a math and typing teacher and coach in 1959. He became head football coach in 1960 and athletic director in 1963, carrying on the One Team legacy of discipline, teamwork, humility and respect. Under Hamada, ‘Iolani won ILH football championships in 1968, 1972 and 1980. He retired from coaching in 1988 and as athletic director in 1991.
“These fields, this track will be named for him,” Reverend Coon
continued in his speech at the blessing ceremony. “By so honoring Ed Hamada, we also honor those values and human traits which represent the highest ideals for which we strive.”
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150th Anniversary Celebration
Young Alumni Reunion December 2012: Date/time/location TBA Check the Events page of ‘Iolani Alumni on Facebook for more information, or please contact Director of Alumni Relations Kira Tamashiro ‘05 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 943-2309.
FEATURING: REV. DAVID P. COON
Friday, November 30, 2012, at 12:00 p.m. at The Pacific Club | $25 includes lunch Register by November 20 at www.iolanialumni.org
Class of 1963
50 Year Reunion
Saturday, June 1, 2013, at ‘Iolani School Commencement, followed by dinner
for the latest news, check IolaniAlumni.org
23rd Annual ‘Iolani Alumni Association Golf Tournament presented by the Class of 1982 Friday, May 10, 2013, at Hawai‘i Prince Golf Course 10:00 a.m. Check-in | 11:30 a.m. Shotgun
8th Annual Reunion Weekend Kick-Off Dinner for classes ending in 3 or 8 Thursday, August 1, 2013, at ‘Iolani School 5:30 p.m. Campus Tour 6:00 p.m. Dinner and Alumni Entertainment
Monday, June 3, 2013, at ‘Iolani School Campus Tour, Memorial service, and Luncheon at the Head of School’s residence
Class of 2007
5 Year Reunion
Friday, December 28, 2012, 5:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. Nocturna Lounge, Waterfront Plaza (formerly Restaurant Row) For more information, please contact Gerilyn Manago ’07 at email@example.com
18th Annual A Touch of ‘Iolani 2013 Saturday, August 3, 2013, at ‘Iolani School 4:30 p.m. Silent Auction | 5:00 p.m. Event
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Classmates from 1949 and their families toured the USS Missouri Memorial.
’44 Bud Eldon sent a scenic postcard of the Na Pali Coast of Kaua‘i to Bruce Harvey ’70 thanking Bruce for a great tour of Lāna‘i last fall.
in the game—practices three times a week at Ala Moana Beach Park—and he invites us to play! Warren was on the USA Team in the World Gateball Championship. This game is played in places such as Jeju, Korea, and Shanghai, China, and he hopes to be in the 2014 championship in Japan. He could set up some classes for us, and we might have a chance to go to Japan!
ONE TEAM: That’s us, the Class of ’49, as we remain connected even though 63 years
have gone by since we left school. In June, the “One Team” documentary was shown for the first time, and it surely brought back many memories of the “Old Man” (Father Bray) in the good old Nu‘uanu days. Some folks older than us—like Louis Collins ’40, Wally Wong ’47, and Walter Chang ’40—had lots to say as we shared stories about Father Bray’s teachings and style, not only in his coaching but also his talking and just being near us. Father Bray reminded us that it is “not me but we.” Great work, Booster Club. By the way, did any of you see the banner “One Team” flying during the Penn State turmoil? Speaking of “Ole Man,” Warren Wong reminded me that lawn bowling is not his kuleana anymore. Gateball is. He is very active
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In July, Asau Lee had the privilege of speaking to ‘Iolani’s incoming 7th grade reading classes and shared with them a bit of history. Asau witnessed the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941, and told the students about his life as a kid during the war years under martial law. He was a student at ‘Iolani from his 6th grade year (1942) through 8th grade (1945), and then through 1949 when he finally graduated. He told stories of carrying gas masks, working in the pineapple fields (in 7th grade), and buying stamps for War Bonds. These stories brought back many memories. Harold Aloiau and Hugo Seto were Asau’s classmates, and they must have stories to share, too. The 7th graders were curious about discrimination at that time, about the internment camps, and military life. Wow! During our time, I do not remember learning anything about this sort of thing, but times have changed: for example, our senior year tuition was $275 per year! (Current ‘Iolani tuition is $17,800.) Asau enjoyed addressing the students and telling them stories about our life experiences during and after ‘Iolani. Mahalo, Shannon Tanabe-Clark of Iolani’s Upper School, for this opportunity.
Asau Lee ’49 shared some history with ‘Iolani seventh graders with stories from his youth during World War II.
At the screening of the “One Team” documentary at the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Doris Duke Theater were, front row, Hillary Parker, Ben Almadova ’51, Clara Kawasaki; back row, Jimmy Kawasaki ’49, Howard Han ’49, Asau Lee ’49, and Wally Ho ’50.
On July 25, many of us experienced the “one time special” to visit the Mighty Mo (the battleship U.S.S. Missouri) in Pearl Harbor. Sorry to say, because of limitations, only 30 of us could be accommodated at that time. During World War II, Ray Wong was a young naval officer on the Missouri in the Atlantic; he was reassigned upon the Missouri’s deployment to the Pacific Fleet. After the ship’s guide took us on the standard tour of the Mighty Mo, Ray shared with us (over lunch at Schooners, a restaurant near Pearl Harbor) his own experiences on the Mighty Mo. He told us about life as a crewmember and even the ship’s operations—something the guides would never tell you either because they don’t know or the books don’t say. One regret: we did not climb the five decks to the Bridge, the main place, Ray says, but he did tell us all about it. For Ray and Carol Wong, Jimmy and Clara Kawasaki, Muki, Abbott, Hankie, Ole Man, Clancy, Al Nishikawa, Gil Hu, Hollis, Marge Choy, Norma Dang, Leticia Ho, Rae Watanabe, Jimmy and Sandra Lee, Bolo and Aileen Soneda plus families, this was quite an experience since almost none of us had ever visited the ship before. We missed hearing Ray Iwamoto’s stories; he was not a crew member but rather a U.S. Marine fighting on the battlefield when the Mighty Mo fired her 16-inch guns pounding North Korean positions from miles away. Maybe he will tell us those stories some day. Remember: it was on the deck of the U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Bay, September 2, 1945, that Japan surrendered to end WWII. Congratulations go to Clancy, who was honored with the Alumni Service Award during ceremonies at A Touch of ‘Iolani on August 4. Although only a few of our ’49ers were present—sorry, Clancy, we did not know before that evening (was it a secret?) otherwise there would have been more of us there. Good job, Clancy! So what is next? Our annual brunch. Keep in mind and mark your calendar on Sunday, February 10, 2013, Hickam AFB Officer’s Club. Call for information.
Members of the Class of ’58 enjoyed meeting ‘Iolani’s Head of School, Dr. Timothy Cottrell, at the Father Bray Football Classic in August. Pictured are Thomas Toma, Wendell Hoshino, honoree Elmer Takenishi, Dr. Cottrell, Leonard Chow, David Nakamoto, Hugh Yoshida, Cal Miyamoto, and Rick Lau.
’51 Class Representative:
’58 Class Representative:
Dr. Larry Loo
7861 E. Herndon Avenue Clovis, California 93619-9249 (559) 297-0351 firstname.lastname@example.org
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’54 Class Representative:
Harvey T. Kodama 4348 Wai‘alae Avenue #573 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96816
’55 Class Representative:
FRED KARIMOTO 3661 Hilo Place Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96816 firstname.lastname@example.org
Two small gatherings of classmates occurred in August at ‘Iolani events. One was A Touch of ‘Iolani, the annual food fest and party at the school. We all had more than enough delicious food from numerous restaurants and washed that down with good wine and beer. The other event was the annual Father Bray Memorial preseason football game at Aloha Stadium against the Big Island’s Konawaena School. The game was a thriller with ‘Iolani pulling ahead for good in the last two minutes for a 43–40 win. Classmate Elmer was one of two alumni honored for service over the years to ‘Iolani. Hearty congratulations go to Elmer for well-deserved recognition. The classmates in attendance are shown with the new Head of School, Dr. Timothy Cottrell. Congratulations are also in order for our still-active athlete classmates Mel Aoki and Ken (Mitsu) Tanibe. Their team won the Class B division softball championship (five divisions), a great inspiration for us in the older generation to stay active physically. Way to go, guys, beating the 50–60 year old “kids.” Planning is underway for our annual golf event and cookout featuring classmate Chef Jocko at Mel’s house. This event should have already taken place by the time you get this ‘Iolani Bulletin. If you went, you had a fun time; if you didn’t, you missed out.
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Classnotes But you can still join in on our class gathering as we attend classmate Eddie Sakamoto’s latest play at the Kumu Kahua Theatre. It’s called Fishing for Wives. From the theatre’s website: “It’s 1913 and two Big Island fishermen realize they have women problems. Lonely and bored with catching fish, Nishi sends for a picture bride from Japan, but sneaks a photo of his handsome friend Aoki in his place. The bride arrives and falls in love—with the wrong man—setting off a comic battle of the sexes.” We will be going to the Sunday matinee on November 11 and having a reception afterwards for the cast and crew, and our classmates. Be sure to join us for another Eddie Sakamoto blockbuster and the postshow fun party.
Members of the Class of ’61 gathered at Tsukiji’s Fishmarket at Ala Moana Center recently. Pictured: (row 1) Ken Lee, Clifford Uejio, Emmett Yoshioka, Chuck Leong, Bob Mumper,Leroy Lee; (row 2) Warren Ho, Mike Chun, Dick Tsuda, Morris Lai, David Tyau, Rodney Chun, Eric Yamamoto, Ed Futa, and (row 3) Tom Campbell INSET: Bob Mumper ’61 travelled to Portland,
Maine, and enjoyed a lobster lunch.
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’60 Class Representatives:
Mel Chow 1268 Young Street, Suite 201 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96814 (B) 593-4492 firstname.lastname@example.org
Randy Okumura 1029 Ala Lehua Street Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96818 (R) 833-7065 Mahalo nui loa and extended kudos go to Robert “Bobby” Asato, Victor Chang, Mel Chow, Warren Chung, Ron Lim, Wayne Minami, Naomi and Erik Takai, and Les Uyehara for supporting and participating in the latest ‘Iolani Fair. Les enjoyed chatting with many of his friends and acquaintances. We were the oldest class assigned to Papa John’s pizza booth on Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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The sign on the booth read “Class of 60” and our “One Team” efforts proudly represented our class spirit. Paul “Shag” Shigenaga informed me that he received thirty responses to our Las Vegas 70th Birthday trip in October; eleven of the thirty individuals were spouses and relatives. Names were not released until after final confirmation. Mel Arimoto, Willy Matsuura, Steve “Konch” Kondo, and Shag are chairing this event. Attention mainland and tourist classmates: We will be having our 8th Annual “Gung Hee Fat Choy” celebration banquet for next year, 2013. Call Chow Time for more information!!! We have averaged more than forty individuals at our past events. Unfortunately, Alfred Tanaka, brother of our classmate Harold “Bug” Tanaka, passed away. He was close to many of our classmates who attended the service. Our blessings and wishes to Al’s family and Harold.
’61 Class Representative:
BOB MUMPER 798A Kainui Drive Kailua, Hawai‘i 96734 (R) 261-4519 email@example.com The Class of ’61 came out on top of the 2012 Annual Giving Program with a participation rate of 73% due to the hard efforts of our fund raising committee headed by Ken Lee and Russ Saito. Several members of the ‘Iolani Class of ’61 gathered at Tsukiji’s Fishmarket at Ala Moana Shopping Center for a buffet luncheon on Tuesday May 15, 2012. Morris Lai and Dick Tsuda coordinated and handled the logistics for this event. Attending were Tom Campbell, Mike Chun and spouse Lorrie Mae, Rodney Chun, Ed Futa, Warren Ho, Morris Lai and spouse Lorna, Leroy Lee, Chuck Leong and spouse Deanna, Bob Mumper, Ken Lee, David Tyau and spouse Anita, Mike Uejio and spouse Stephanie, Eric Yamamoto, and Emmett Yoshioka.
Classnotes Former Rotary International CEO Ed Futa recently passed through Hawai‘i returning from a Rotary Convention in Bangkok, Thailand, attended by 34,000 members. Ed spent a few moments speaking on Rotary Club’s mission to not only get rid of polio in the world but also to promote world peace. He said that he’s busier now since he retired. He will be taking on the job of general chairman for next year’s International Rotary Convention, which will be held in Lisbon, Portugal. Chuck Leong was also happy to be back in Honolulu while primarily attending to family matters. Tom Campbell said that he is busier than ever at AT&T and has no plans of retiring soon. Ed Ching reports that he has moved back to Guam. He is now in-house counsel to a medium-sized construction firm called Core Tech International. Several class members took trips this summer. Ken Lee made two trips to Los Angeles to visit his new grandchild, Jesse Colby. Bob Mumper went to the mainland to visit adult children and grandchildren. The highlights of his trip were visits to Boston’s Fenway Park and San Francisco’s AT&T Stadium.
Warren Ho attended a business meeting in Washington, D.C. , with the National Association of Homebuilders. Mike and Lorrie Chun went on a cruise that took them to Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Finally, Ed Ching took three members of the Guam swim team to compete at the Summer Olympic games in London, his 6th Olympics. Mike Chun did not get much of a break when he returned to Hawai‘i. He was one of the first Red Cross responders to a residential fire in Pearl City to assist those affected with immediate emergency needs. Emmett Yoshioka has been working overtime as musical director for Diamond Head Theatre’s production of Singing in the Rain. Russell Saito writes that his youngest son, Kimo Saito ’97, got married on July 3rd at Wai‘alae Country Club to Heather Higuchi, who graduated from Punahou. His two other sons, John ’88 and David ’93, came to Honolulu with their families for the wedding and a vacation. They had not been home for three years. Russell said that it was a great summer for him and Lei spending time with and indulging their four grandchildren.
The Class of ’61 gathered at classmate Norman Tyau’s beach home. Pictured: (first row) Alan Kawada (kneeling) and James Miyashiro; (second row) Ken Nakasone, Tom Wong, Morris Lai, Milton Oshiro, Eric Yamamoto; (back row) Wesley Tanaka, Norman Tyau, and Tom Campbell
Andre reports that his Washington Shotokan Association is continually growing with the main school in Bellevue and eleven branch locations. However, martial arts come with aches and pains. After two knee surgeries for both knees and two rotator cuff operations, Andre writes that his right knee finally gave out causing him to have a complete knee replacement. He writes that his knee is still stiff but coming along with physical therapy. Milt Oshiro wrote that he and spouse Maddie, Jim Miyahiro, and Ken Nakasone attended the first showing of the “One Team” documentary at the Art Academy earlier this summer. Way to go, ‘Iolani ’61, for showing up at this important event. Last of all, several classmates gathered at the Hau‘ula home of Norman Tyau, who provided the food and beverages for a “stag only” end-of-the-summer mini-class reunion. Attending were Morris Lai, Dick Tsuda, Warren Ho, Tom Wong, Steve Fujikami, Cliff Uejio, Milt Oshiro, Jim Miyashiro, Wesley Tanaka, Alan Kawada, Eric Yamamoto, Tom Campbell, and Ken Nakasone. Morris Lai and Cliff Uejio provided a slide show program for entertainment. Norman reports that one of the big “bugaboos” was not being able to recognize younger versions of each other with all of their black hair. Tom Wong wrote that the food was delicious, and it was fun trying to remember the good old days.
’62 Class Representatives:
john M. ishikawa The Omni Group 220 S. King Street, Suite 2150 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96813 (B) 532-4700
Conroy Chow Enjoying the view from the deck were Stephen Fujikami, James Miyashiro, Wesley Tanaka, Warren Ho, Ken Nakasone, Milton Oshiro and Alan Kawada.
3056 Gulston Street Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96816 (R) 735-7519 (C) 222-6894 firstname.lastname@example.org
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’63 Class Representative:
Ronald Miyashiro 2438 Hoohoihoi Street Pearl City, Hawai‘i 96782 455-6005 email@example.com Through Richard Chun-Hoon’s contacts, Hualalai Golf Course in Kona on the Big Island was the ideal way to start the Annual Summer Golf Trip. He was joined by Gordon “Where is this Shrimp from?” Dang, Bert “I need a 7 and 7” Fong, Francis “The Bowler” Hirakami, Douglas “New Swing” Ing, Wayne “Eleven Straight Days of Golf ” Kinoshita, Gordon “Wiggles” Okumura, and Wilbert “The Machine” Toma. The final four golfers, Vernon “The Chinese Connection” Ching, Dean “The Engineer” Doi, Cliff “Peanuts” Lee, and Roger “Ketel One” Toguchi landed Friday, July 20, to challenge the Kona Country Club. Everyone had their moments at Hapuna on Saturday. (Wilbert Toma had a phantom hole-in-one. Due to ancient eyes, after he hit his tee shot on an elevated par 3, the ball disappeared! There were loud cheering, high fives, and wide smiles from tee to greenside until they saw four balls on the green, not three; cheers turned to groans and lots of free pupus, drinks, and dinner. The level change on the green and the angle from the tee box made it APPEAR the ball went into the hole. Sorry, Wilbert: #3 has to wait for another day.) The Mauna Lani South Golf Course was immaculate on Sunday’s final round, giving Wayne the “Hirakami Cup” for his low net score for the weekend. A tired but happy group at the Hawaiian Air gate looked forward to the 2013 Trip. The classmates had a terrific time with a well-run tournament each day. Contact Wilbert at (808) 524-5143 for more information on our future outing. The following updates are from the responses I received from the postcard I sent in July to classmates whose email addresses I don’t have. Brian Hashimoto lives in Thousand Oaks, California, and is wondering whether he’ll recognize anyone after a half century. Rodney Go returned to the isles three years ago and is willing to help with the reunion planning. Dennis Shiraki is grateful that we
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are planning the 50th. Herman Sakimoto moved to Sequim, Washington, from Boise and is looking forward to seeing everyone. Brian Choy enjoys traveling while the legs can go. Alan Wong is still in Clearwater, Florida, and will come to the reunion—health permitting. Gordon Lee gave me a call and has been involved with planning reunions before. Edward Lee gave me a commo check (must be military talk). Jeff Santoki must be enjoying life as time is flying for him. Michael Yoshida lives on Wai‘alae Avenue and was the first to reply the day after I mailed the postcard. Got “Return to Sender” notices from the post office on postcards that couldn’t reach Henderson Chu and Milton Shimizu. Anyone know where they are? I’m hoping to get more responses as I feel email is the quickest way to communicate our plans for the 50th and get your replies. U.S. mail is OK, too. Thank you, everyone, and take care!
’64 Class Representative:
jonathan kim (B) 235-1143 firstname.lastname@example.org Edward Oshiro is principal of Ewa Makai Middle School, the first DOE school to achieve “Gold Certification” with the U.S. Green Council for its state-of-the-art sustainable construction, design, and operation. In an item posted in the December 2011 eNewsletter of the Hawai‘i State Department of Education, Edward credits “the hard work of the DOE facilities branch and contractors” for making it possible for the educators and students at his school to have “green, high-tech classrooms [to] help inspire and engage students while teaching them important sustainability lessons.” Ewa Makai, “which opened to students in January 2011, was originally built for Silver certification under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) guidelines. . . .” The final review of the project, however, “determined that Ewa Makai earned enough points to move up from Silver to Gold status, the council’s second-highest certification.”
’65 Class Representative:
courtland pang 1213 Komo Mai Drive Pearl City, Hawai‘i 96782 (B) 474-5153 For many, the summer is a time filled with activities, and that was true for some of the members of the Class of 1965. Stu Kaneko kicked things off with the graduation of grandson Jared Kaneko ’18 from ‘Iolani’s Lower School into Upper School. For those who haven’t seen Stu recently, he still looks like he did when we were at ‘Iolani! Check out his photo on page 82 of the Summer 2012 edition of the ‘Iolani School Bulletin. Later in June, Stu and several other members of our class here on O‘ahu attended the world premiere private showing of the ‘Iolani Raiders Booster Club’s “One Team” documentary at the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Doris Duke Theater. Our class strongly supported the making of this documentary, and those viewing it were very pleased with and amazed at the finished product. Art Otani was under the weather and Billy Lum had a conflicting event so they weren’t able to attend, but Hu Minn, Ron Yonemoto, Alvin Onaka, Glenn Goo, Paul Taniyama, Fred Okumura, and Courtland Pang were among the large crowds at the two showings. Afterward, in a tradition from Father Bray’s days, the Booster Club treated everyone to ice cream, Häagen-Dazs because that was Mr. Hamada’s favorite. While enjoying the cold ice cream on a hot summer afternoon and recalling that our sophomore/junior years were ‘Iolani’s centennial year (we even had a Hi-Y club named the Centennials, remember that?), we agreed that the “One Team” documentary would be a fitting part of ‘Iolani’s 150 th year celebration because it captures and depicts the genesis of not just ‘Iolani’s athletic program but, more importantly, the ONE TEAM culture which makes ‘Iolani unique. We hope that Head of School Dr. Cottrell will also recognize that. As Mr. Hamada says in the documentary, “a lot of people accept ‘Iolani School—because of the values; everybody’s important.”
Art ’65 and Marsha Otani, Emiko and Ron ’65 Yonemoto, Margaret and Alvin ’65 Onaka, Courtland ’65 and Claire Pang cheered on the Raiders at the 49th Annual Father Bray Football Classic. RIGHT: The Class of ’65 is an active and supportive class, holding several activities this past summer. Pictured outside Shokudo restaurant with their wives were: Alvin and Margaret Onaka, Geoff and May Lau, Val and Randy Wong, Cynthia Lum, Milt and Ella Lau, Courtland and Claire Pang, Art and Marsha Otani.
Hu is very busy helping the campaign of one of Honolulu’s mayoral candidates. By the time you read this, we’ll know who was elected. Fred is enjoying his retirement from being dean of the Lower School, but Ron is still working, as are Glenn, Paul and Alvin. Alvin still travels a lot as part of his work and to visit son Christopher ’97 and grandson Andrew in London. Also traveling were Courtland and wife Claire, who attended the graduation of daughter Corilyn ’01 from her residency at Chicago’s Vanguard MacNeal Hospital. They are very proud that Corilyn was chosen for the top honor among residents and that she was awarded a fellowship after graduation. Both Courtland and Alvin were home for A Touch of ‘Iolani, and they were joined by Art. As usual, the Touch event served up delicious food and they and their wives had a fillingly great time. Art and Marsha have a new addition to their family, Russett Otani, a labradoodle—Labrador/poodle mix—which they treat like their own child. In this case a “dog’s life” may not be such a bad thing. Alvin is actually giving some preliminary thought to possibly retiring. When asked what he’d then do, he thought that he might take a position in Malawi as advisor to the king. That’s not retiring, Alvin, that’s changing jobs! Our class might lay claim to the most socializing with royalty if Alvin takes that gig, what with Hu having taken President Obama on a zoo tour and shaken hands with Manny Pacquiao.
Milton Lau and wife Ella traveled from California to visit with Milt’s dad, who’s an amazing 92-years-young and still going strong. Billy usually arranges a dinner party whenever a classmate visits, but this occasion was a little different. Billy planned the dinner and made the reservations but he didn’t come, sending wife Cynthia alone! She explained that Billy had had a surgical procedure a couple of days earlier and that while he was fine and had already returned to work and had hoped to attend, he decided not to because he felt short of breath. Milt, Art, Alvin, Courtland, Randy Wong, and Geoff Lau told Cynthia that Billy should have just come and not done any talking, that being short of breath wouldn’t have affected his hearing! All kidding aside, we all hope Billy is back to 100% and talking a lot way before this is read. Billy and Cynthia are settled into their recently rebuilt home and are busy preparing for their first grandchild. Milt is still doing engineering and enjoying it so has no immediate plans to retire. Geoff and Milt reminisced about their time together at USC, and Courtland was amused by the similarities between his UH and Geoff’s USC freshman years. Somehow, Art’s recollection of his time at Stanford with Howard Arimoto and Neal Miyasaki was quite dissimilar. Alvin told of an unintentional snorkeling swim with sharks during a trip to Ponape, an uneventful encounter he nevertheless won’t repeat. He and Margaret are expecting their second grandchild later this year. Randy says he’s becoming more of a farmer, now growing Chinese taro in addition to watercress at his home in Pauoa. In a crisis, we hope Randy
will welcome classmates because, with the fish in the artesian spring at his house and all these vegetables, he might be selfsufficient. Randy and Val have a trip to China planned later this year. When our group left the Shokudo Restaurant, we realized that all the other patrons were a lot—ahem— younger than us. Turns out that Billy’s daughter Jaclyn ’98 had suggested Shokudo; no wonder! At least at the Father Bray Football Classic we weren’t the oldest group present. Ron Yonemoto and wife Emiko joined Art, Alvin, Courtland, and their wives at the pre-game tailgate party, along with a spectrum of the ‘Iolani community from those who played for Father Bray to those now in Lower School. Ron has a penchant for leaving the tailgate party early to get a seat under the roof of the stadium for the game, never mind us kidding him about being a fair weather fan, so to prove that he was there we insisted he be in a group photo with us before leaving. Then, as we prepared to go into the stadium to see the game, a strange thing happened: Art and Marsha disappeared! Guess they must’ve gone home to take care of their new “baby!” Good thing they too were in the group photo before they left! With a trip to the East Coast in their future, we hope they find a good dog-sitter. Brian Maeda has been beset with health issues. He’s still living in Keizer, Oregon; so if you’re in the area, stop by to visit. We hope things work out OK for him and keep him in our thoughts and prayers.
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’70 Class Representative:
ernest c.m. choy 44-746 Puamohala Street Kāne‘ohe, Hawai‘i 96744 (R) 235-6837
Gregg Waki has been a teacher and assistant baseball coach at Waiākea High School on the Big Island since 1985. On May 11, 2012, the Waiākea Warrior baseball team won its first-ever State Boy’s Division I Baseball championship. Gregg credits ‘Iolani’s concept of One Team as the key to this year’s championship. He said, “There’s been so much support from the ‘Iolani ‘Ohana, including Steve Shinohara ’70, Dean Yonamine ’83, Gary Yee ’64 (father of Kevin Yee, the head baseball coach at Waiākea High School), and Dan Feldhaus, who attended the Championship game. Thank you.”
4742 Likini Street Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96818 (R) 833-3500 (B) 955-1600
’68 Class Representative:
calvin inouye (R) 531-7613 (B) 226-9017
Gregg Waki ’70 sends a shout out to Milton Takenaka ’X71, who attended ‘Iolani until his senior year, to congratulate him for capturing this year’s State Boys Division II Baseball championship! Milton has been the head baseball coach at Waipahu High School since 1984, and this was their first-ever State Boys Baseball championship. The spirit of One Team is alive and well throughout the Raider Nation!
’72 Class Representative:
kensey s. inouye 1139 15th Avenue #B Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96816 (B) 944-0002 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Classnotes Deadlines for winter 2013 issue
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94-1431 Manao Street Waipahu, Hawai‘i 96797 (R) 677-3380
Classnotes Company Buys Kaua‘i Shopping Center.” The Beall Corp, parent company of ABC Stores, bought the 7-acre Coconut Marketplace Shopping Center and plans to renovate it. Paul is quoted about plans for the shopping center: “We want to revitalize it with a mixture of local and visitor industry-type tenants.” The Coconut Marketplace Shopping Center is in the Kapa‘a area of Kaua‘i.
’76 Members of the Class of ’74 gathered at the recent A Touch of ‘Iolani on August 4.
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robin uyeshiro Robinfirstname.lastname@example.org (B) 261-7456 The Class of ’74 was well represented at A Touch of ‘Iolani on August 4. Enjoying the festivities were Paul and Gwen Yokota, Tyler Ching and Jeannie, Kevin and Lynn Ing, Dean and Holly Nakasone, Alan and Roz Soneda, Sanford and Mimi Goto, Mark and Ruth Yamakawa, John Doty, Colin and Lianne Miwa and son Matthew. Also present (though not pictured) were James Lee, Tommy Chun and David Lee. Congratulations go out to Dean Nakasone, as he was elected as the chairperson of the O‘ahu Chapter and member of the executive board of the Hawai‘i Lodging and Tourism Association, a leadership role in the state’s largest industry. The ‘Iolani Raiders Booster Club, headed by Lester Leu with board member Randy Miyamoto, premiered their “One Team” documentary at the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Doris Duke Theater on June 10. Congratulations on all their hard work! Finally, I had lunch with Mark Shibuya in July. Though we had traded emails a few times, I hadn’t seen Mark since high school. Even though he had retired and moved back to
Hawai‘i several years ago, he kept an extremely low profile. It was such a pleasure to talk to him again. Restaurateur James H.Q. Lee has partnered with brewmaster Dave Campbell and real estate professional Steve Sombrero to open Aloha Beer Co. on Nimitz Highway in 6,000 renovated square feet next to Sam Choy’s Breakfast, Lunch and Crab, according to an item written by Erika Engle and posted June 18 on staradvertiser.com. Aloha Beer Co. succeeds the former Big Aloha Brewery that Sam Choy opened with James Lee and Campbell 15 years ago and will be using the brewing tanks that have been part of Sam Choy’s and sharing Sam Choy’s kitchen. The Nimitz location will help promote the beer, but the company’s initial focus was on manufacturing and wholesale distribution.
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’77 Class Representative:
Curt T. otaguro P.O. Box 1959 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96805 (B) 844-3620 email@example.com Mark DeMello, former vocalist for the 1980s group the Kasuals, reunited with the rest of the group for a “’70s Nightclub Reunion— Encore!” at the Ala Moana Hotel on the first Saturday of June.
peter tawarahara 1452 Pukele Avenue Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96816-2743 (B) 832-3360 Paul Kosasa, president of ABC Stores, announced this May that ABC Stores has purchased a shopping center on Kaua‘i, according to an item posted this May by Pacif ic Business News, “ABC Stores’ Parent
’78 Class Representative:
alan M. yugawa Pali Palms Dental Center 970 N. Kalaheo Avenue, #A 108 Kailua, Hawai‘i 96734 (R) 236-1180 (B) 254-6477
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’79 Class Representative:
Ernest H. nomura Cades Schutte LLP Cades Schutte Building 1000 Bishop Street, 12th Floor Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96813 (B) 521-9338 firstname.lastname@example.org Brian Chee is now co-hosting This Week in Enterprise Technology (TWiET rhymes with “quiet”) Mondays at noon (Pacific Time) with information at http://www.twit.tv/twiet/. Robert (@padresj) Ballecer is hosting out of the Petaluma, California, studio with co-hosts Brian Chee coming in via Skype from Honolulu; co-host Curtis Franklin from Gainesville, Florida; and co-host Oliver Rist from Redmond, Washington. They cover topics concerning enterprise users, and give tech tips, technology highlights, and conversations on emerging trends. The show is currently the #2 most downloaded podcast on iTunes and in the top ten overall. Brian is also a senior contributing editor for InfoWorld Magazine and a researcher at the University of Hawai‘i School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST).
Dr. Alson Inaba was “part of an elaborate media event in New York City” to kick off National CPR Awareness Week this June, according to an item on the hawaii.edu blog posted June 7, 2012. He was recognized by the American Heart Association “for creating the ‘Stayin’ Alive’ method” of teaching CPR. In addition to appearances on Good Morning America and NBC News, he was interviewed by The New York Times, Men’s Health and other publications. According to the story, Everyday Health called Alson’s innovation “The Tip from Honolulu Heard Around the World.” In the article, Alson relates the history of his life-saving idea: “He came up with the concept of using ‘Stayin’ Alive’ to liven up a learning session at John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) in 2005. ‘I don’t like boring presentations, so I created a skit in which one student walked up onto the stage and suddenly collapsed. Then a group of MD medical trainees, sporting dark glasses, gold chains, and a boom box blaring “Stayin’ Alive” rushed up to the stage to perform CPR,’ said Alson. ‘My teaching point was “let’s do everything we can to help this guy stay alive.” That got me to thinking about the beat of “Stayin’ Alive,” which has about 100 beats per minute—the same rate the AHA recommends for CPR chest compressions.’” And the rest, as they say, is history.
’80 Class Representatives:
Earl Ching Honolulu HomeLoans 745 Fort Street, Suite 1001 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96813 561-2653 email@example.com
Randal Ikeda firstname.lastname@example.org Earl T. Kim, the new headmaster of the Kamehameha Schools’ Kapālama Campus, was the subject of a feature article by Mary Vorsino in the August 20 edition of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. In the article, Gerry Johansen, interim executive director of Kamehameha Schools’ alumni relations and Ke Ali‘i Pauahi Foundation, commented that Earl delivered “his convocation in impeccable Hawaiian.” Earl feels “that part of being a Hawaiian school is incorporating Hawaiian knowledge and approaches into lessons.” He continued, “that if, for example, there is a ‘particular Hawaiian way of taking multiple perspectives toward viewing a subject before coming to a conclusion,’ then that approach will be part of the curriculum.” Earl also wants to ensure that college completion rates of Kamehameha graduates will improve: “While the college-going rate of Kapālama graduates is high—about 96 percent—there are concerns that some don’t make it to graduation.” Earl further stated: “‘Our goal is to get all of our students ready for four-year college work and then to see them complete.’”
Classmates and teammates reunite at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse on June 23. Left to right, Clayton Kauhane ’79, Malcolm Yasuda ’79, Harrison Ishida ’79, Eric Keola ’79, Calvin Oishi ’79, Paul Kennedy ’79, Mark Fontaine ’79, Ronald Han ’79, and Nathaniel Oishi ’15.
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Classnotes Dan and Lissa Rodrigues, Kevin and Maria Sakoda, Kevin and Kat Lin-Hurtubise, Ben Kashiwabara, Michael and Lynn Silva, Michael Sahara, and Aaron Kam. We managed to gather together for a group picture, although we did have a few camera shy folks. We thank the ‘Iolani Alumni Association for putting on a great event.
Eric McCutcheon ’81 stands with Jacob McFarlane ’16 and Maia Ito ’17 in front of the Orkhon waterfall in outer Mongolia.
’81 Class Representative:
scott T. hirashiki (B) 946-4459 (C) 478-2734 email@example.com Eric McCutcheon and ‘Iolani students Jacob McFarlane ’16 and Maia Ito ’17 posed for a photo in front of the Orkhon waterfall in outer Mongolia. As guests of Eric McCutcheon and his family, who now live in Ulaanbaatar, Jacob and Maia were part of a group of 17 adventurers (16 from Hawai‘i) who traveled from the Gobi Desert to Chinggis Khan’s former capital, Karakorum, in July. It was an amazing, once-in-a lifetime adventure for all!
Jae Moh returned to Hawai‘i for a week to support his son playing in a water polo tournament. Jae just missed our reunion in August. Celebrating 30 years– Part 1: August 2–5, 2012 Classmates and some spouses joined in the ‘Iolani Alumni Reunion Weekend festivities on campus with some taking tours of the “new” campus prior to the Thursday dinner. Great weather and catching up with others made for a fun evening. Some of us didn’t recognize each other making the night more special once we reconnected. Seen wandering the campus were Gregg Matsuura, Takeshi and Naoko Saeki, Patrick and Ann Kawamura, Kathe (Nose) and Stephen Warner, Tennyson and Harryson Lum, Stephen Sasaki, Mark Wiener,
On Friday, we continued the celebration with a round of golf at Hawai‘i Kai Golf Course run by Ben Kashiwabara and Stephen Sasaki. A couple of super-extra-sized beverages helped to keep the handicaps even. Ben said, “Mark, Takeshi, Stephen, Stu, Mike, Kevin Lin, Tennyson, Harryson and I had a good 30th reunion golf outing at Hawai‘i Kai Golf Course. Where were you?” Of course, he meant the other golfers in our class. We arranged for an old-fashioned “mixer” at Ala Moana’s Pearl Ultralounge and opened up for the friends of ’82 to visit and catch up. Although we had the dancefloor, luckily, we didn’t break out in dance and have any injuries. Thanks, Mike Kaya and the staff of Pearl Ultralounge, for the relaxing venue. Great friends and family made for a truly enjoyable evening. Classmates attending included Kyle Tabata, Kevin Sakoda, Kevin Lin-Hurtubise, Stephen Sasaki, Tennyson Lum, Mark Wiener, Michael Yee, Paul Mow, Randy Bart, Kelly Bart, Ben Kashiwabara, Don Wright, Takeshi Saeki,
’82 Class Representatives:
Berwyn Ito firstname.lastname@example.org
Aaron Kam 382-9993 email@example.com We return to having a presence on the ‘Iolani Alumni Association Board of Directors with the election of Ben Kashiwabara. Following his first meeting, he stated, “I am on the Alumni Board.” Congratulations go to Ben and the other newly elected directors. We look forward to working closely with the ‘Iolani Alumni Association.
At Pearl night club were members of the Class of ’82: Kyle Tabata, Kevin Sakoda, Kevin Lin-Hurtubise, Stephen Sasaki, Tennyson Lum, Mark Wiener, Michael Yee, Paul Mow, Randy Bart, Kelly Bart, Ben Kashiwabara, Aaron Kam, Don Wright, Takeshi Saeki, Stuart Nakamoto, Toby Tonaki, Mike Kaya, and Gary Kosaki.
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Classnotes Stuart Nakamoto, Toby Tonaki, Gary Kosaki, Mike Kaya, Aaron Kam, and Mike Darcey.
Kevin Lin-Hurtubise, Dan, Mark, and Aaron to continue the stories into Sunday morning.
A Touch of ‘Iolani marked our “halfway” point for the weekend. More fun and catching up with other alumni at the event made it even more wonderful. There were too many stories to put into print; of course, the best were the confessions after 30 years—well, at least some of them. Classmates seen back on campus were Kevin Sakoda, Stuart Nakamoto, Greg Kam, Stephen Sasaki, Takeshi Saeki, Dan Rodrigues, Mark Wiener, Wesley Lum, Byron Goo, and Kevin Lin-Hurtubise.
Rounding up this fantastic weekend, Kevin Lin-Hurtubise hosted a Sunday lunch at his home for classmates’ families. Joining him from the class for the home-cooked feast were Michael Silva, Patrick Kawamura, Kent Takazawa, Dan Rodrigues, Wesley Lum, Byron Goo, and Mark Wiener.
Following dinner, Stuart and Michele Nakamoto hosted us at their home for some snacks and stogies. John Ohari and Kevin Tsuda joined Stuart, Stephen, Takeshi, Wes,
Our last scheduled reunion events are happening in Las Vegas October 5–7. Contact Aaron, Tennyson or Berwyn for information. Information is also available on our Facebook page.
’83 Class Representative:
LORI K. KAIZAWA-Okimura 46-332 Kamehameha Highway Kāne‘ohe, Hawai‘i 96744 (C) 352-1664 firstname.lastname@example.org
’84 Class Representative:
jann (furusho) Hara P.O. Box 11514 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96828 (C) 371-1663 email@example.com
The Class of ’82 kicked off its 30th Year Reunion festivities with a range of fun events. At A Touch of ‘Iolani were, left to right, seated: Kathe Nose Warner, Stephen Sasaki, Kevin Sakoda, Lynn Silva; standing, Aaron Kam, Gregg Matsuura, Naoko Saeki, Takeshi Saeki, Ann Kawamura, Patrick Kawamura, Harryson Lum, Tennyson Lum, Mark Wiener, Dan and Lissa Rodrigues, Kat and Kevin Lin-Hurtubise, Ben Kashiwabara, and Michael Silva.
RIGHT: Class of ’82 golfers included, left to right, Kevin Lin-Hurtubise, Ben Kashiwabara, Mark Wiener, Michael Yee, Stephen Sasaki, Stuart Nakamoto and Takeshi Saeki. Not pictured: photographer Tennyson Lum FAR RIGHT: From the Class of ’82, sitting, Byron Goo, Mark Wiener, Kevin LinHurtubise, Dan Rodrigues; standing, Michael Silva, Patrick Kawamura and Wesley Lum
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Classnotes Jack Scaff ’86 and his family went to a baseball game in Missoula, Montana, and bumped into Breland Almadova ’09, who has joined the Missoula Osprey.
’87 Class Representatives:
daniel shiu 1962 Piimauna Place Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96821 (R) 373-7133 (B) 526-6968 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ken KAWahara 3276 Pauma Place Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822 (R) 988-3325 (C) 295-1511 email@example.com
Celebrating the wedding of Kent Izuka ’88 and Lisa Hokkyo Izuka in July were Sophia Victorino ’25, Vaughn Victorino ’93, Tommy Leong ’87, Lisa Hokkyo Izuka, Kent Izuka ’88, Jessica Shigemura Gutierrez and Duke Fujiyama ’88.
KHNL/KGMB TV had a news clip this August on Nina Colleretti, where she described her meeting with President Obama; she is the 6th highest-ranking person in U.S. Treasury Department.
Cathy Tolentino Camacho
2439 Kapi‘olani Boulevard #703 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96826 951-7173 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyle Okimoto and Stacy S. Kim were the subject of a feature article by Joyce Cohen in the August 10 issue of the New York Times, “Folding up the Murphy Bed for Good.” The article recounted the saga of Kyle and Stacy’s search for a roomier New York City co-op. The couple had remained in their one-bedroom apartment after the birth of their first daughter: they put a Murphy bed in the living room and slept there giving their daughter the bedroom. However, once their second daughter arrived, they decided to hunt for a larger apartment—and that was five years ago, about the time the economy took a downturn. They encountered problem after problem: deals that went sour because of the economy, apartments were too dark or too small or too low. Finally, this summer, they found a corner unit co-op with a balcony, the same postwar construction, the same feel, and the same furniture as their old place. But now, the two girls have a bedroom to share, Kyle and Stacy again have their own room, and the Murphy bed is “folded up for good.”
rona ching kekauoha email@example.com When Jack Scaff, wife Julie, and daughters Maggie and Emma were vacationing in Montana, they decided to take in a minor league baseball game in Missoula. Little did they know they would see fellow ‘Iolani alumnus Breland Almadova ’09, who had recently joined the Missoula Osprey. Breland, who was batting over .400 at the time for the Arizona Diamondbacks affiliate, didn’t disappoint, going 1 for 3 with a triple. He also had 2 RBIs, stole second and third, and scored twice. He was gracious enough to visit with the Scaff family after the game and even signed a ball for Emma.
’88 Class Representatives:
KATHLEEN CHU firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin Hirano email@example.com Gregory Li and wife Monique Viengkhou welcomed a fourth child on July 31, 2012. Bryan Kenneth Vajra Viengkhou Li was born in Hong Kong and weighed 7.25 pounds. The family has been at-home in Singapore for the last five years. Nicole (age six), Jason (age five), and Dylan (age two) enthusiastically welcomed their little brother home! Greg does consulting and business development in Asia, and Monique represents Hewlett-Packard in China. They invite classmates to visit!
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’94 Chad Takesue ’94 is a new partner at Prudential Locations.
NICOLE MORRY 5312 Greenlake Way North Seattle, Washington 98103 (C) (206) 226-8865 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dean Shimamoto 98-1699 Apala Loop ‘Aiea, Hawai‘i 96701 (R) 487-7641 (B) 585-8722
chad takesue David Oyadomari 779-0122 email@example.com
Dean K. Young 999 Bishop Street, 23rd Floor Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96813 (B) 544-8300 (C) 375-2495 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com David Oyadomari has been promoted by Bank of Hawai‘i to executive vice president and alternate channels division manager. He was formerly senior vice president and ATM and retail delivery channel integration manager.
’90 Class Representatives:
Marcus L. Kawatachi 580 Lunalilo Home Road #329 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96825 (B) 586-8636
Aurene C.P. Pila 94-406 Makapipipi Street Mililani, Hawai‘i 96789 (R) 382-4480 firstname.lastname@example.org Shirley Kawamura was sworn in as district judge of the First Circuit this May. In her acceptance speech, Shirley, a graduate of Brown University and Stanford Law School, singled out two of her ‘Iolani teachers as being most influential in her young life: Jeff Hackler and Doc Cary Inouye. Nani Medeiros served as the campaign manager for Peter Carlisle.
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Stephen Schatz is currently the department of education’s assistant superintendent of strategic reform.
’91 Class Representative:
Lisa Larson Furuta 3537 Kumu Street Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822 email@example.com
’92 Class Representative:
Trevor W. benn 2825 Park Street Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96817
’93 Class Representative:
Jon Nouchi 95-890 Makeaupea Place Mililani, Hawai‘i 96789 firstname.lastname@example.org
45-586 Hui Kelu Street Kāne‘ohe, Hawai‘i 96744 (R) 227-4476 email@example.com Chad Takesue has been named the newest partner at Prudential Locations, Hawai‘i’s largest locally owned and operated real estate company. He has been with Prudential Locations for seven years, after starting his real estate career with Abe Lee Realty in 2002. Chad has earned designations as a REALTOR®, and senior real estate specialist and is director-at-large for the Honolulu Board of Realtors. He has received a number of professional recognitions for his dedication and impeccable service including the Prudential Locations Outstanding Client Service Award from 2008 to 2011, REALTOR® Aloha ‘Aina award nominee from 2006 to 2011, and a member of the Prudential President’s Circle in 2010 and 2011, for ranking within the top 3 percent of Prudential agents nationwide for sales. Chad is also active as an executive officer for the Board of Trustees of the Locations Foundation, the non-profit arm of Prudential Locations, donating his time and a percentage his income to fund community service projects. Scott Higashi, executive vice president of sales at Prudential Locations said of Chad: “Chad is a talented and passionate real estate agent with an incredible knowledge about our industry. We’re confident that his new role as partner will help build a stronger future for Prudential Locations.”
’95 Class Representatives:
DARIN NAKAGAWA 970 Ka‘ahue Street Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96825 (C) 375-5805 firstname.lastname@example.org
NORMAN CHENG 153 Pinana Street Kailua, Hawai‘i 96734 (808) 223-2682 email@example.com
Justin Iwase 1634 Makiki Street #1003 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822 (C) 368-6646 firstname.lastname@example.org Bank of Hawai‘i has promoted Matthew Emerson to senior vice president and Internet department manager from vice president and Internet department manager.
’96 Class Representatives:
skyler nishimura 227 Opihikao Way Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96825 782-5009 email@example.com
Tom Park 2233 Kalākaua Avenue #301 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96815 (B) 922-0777 (C) 387-7033 firstname.lastname@example.org Devin Hashimoto was the subject of a feature story posted May 21 on vegas.eater.com: “Mizumi’s Devin Hashimoto Dishes on the First Two Weeks.” As executive chef at Mizumi, which opened this May in the renovated former Okada space at the Wynn in Las Vegas, Devin discussed such topics as business at the new restaurant, items on the menu getting a lot of attention, and his ideas for future additions to the menu. With 40 percent of the menu new, Devin and the
rest of the staff have been working hard since the opening, and business is building up quickly. New on the menu are live lobsters and shrimp, and Devin hopes to include more seasonal items in upcoming menus. He also aspires to “pick ingredients available here [Nevada] and in California and combine them with Japanese ingredients.”
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gina fujikami 1815 Laukahi Street Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96821 email@example.com
Marie Hirahara-Fischer is living in New York working with GAP in their international franchises section. She is happily married to Chris and has two beautiful children, Isla and Cole, who recently celebrated his first birthday.
Julia Panko received her Ph.D. in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in June. She will spend the next two years in Boston as an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities in MIT’s literature department.
Duke Oishi has become partner of the law f irm Yamamoto & Settle effective June 1, 2012. Duke joined the firm in 2009 and concentrates his practice in the areas of energy, public utilities, business and commercial transactions, construction, real estate, and intellectual property law.
Matt Wright is the new Saint Louis High School head football coach. He has been on the Saint Louis staff since 2010. In addition to coaching, Matt has been a part-time teacher at the school; he taught business and English this past school year.
Tom Park was recently named the 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year by the Hawai‘i Korean Chamber of Commerce. Tom’s company, Leather Soul, was also recently named #15 in the Pacific Business News Fastest 50 growing companies in Hawai‘i for 2012 . This marked the third year in a row Leather Soul was named in the top fifteen of the Fastest 50. Tom plans to open a third store location at 119 Merchant Street in Downtown Honolulu later this year. Michael Rollins recently completed the work for an M.A. in second language studies at University of Hawai‘i Mānoa. He is teaching this fall in American Samoa.
’97 Class Representative:
’99 Class Representatives:
Derek Kamm (C) 228-5486 (F) (855) 228-5486 Kamm808@gmail.com
Shogo John Miyagi P.O. Box 88584 Honolulu, Hawai‘i (C) (617) 784-9410 firstname.lastname@example.org
’00 Class Representative:
kati hong email@example.com
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Lian Lauren Sin ’01 received The American Library Association/Information Today Inc.’s Library of the Future Award which came with a shared monetary award of $1,500.
Samantha Ah-Tye ’01 married William Haltom on June 30, 2012. In attendance were her classmates, pictured left to right, cousin Christie Chun, Kristyl Kim, Stephanie Machi and Charlotina Cook.
’01 Class Representative:
Sara Inouye firstname.lastname@example.org Kari Kennard Graydon completed the work for a master’s degree in counseling psychology with an emphasis on school counseling at Chaminade University this spring. She and husband Paul joyfully welcomed daughter Naia to the world on July 13. Kari’s sister Kristi Guidry ’99 was able to make the long trip from Virginia to be there to meet her new niece! Lucie Johnson Hunter celebrated her 30th birthday in Independence, Oregon, where she teaches middle school math. It was great that Elyssa Street de la Cruz could be at the party. Elyssa lives and works with her husband, Ramon, in Taiwan, but they happened to be in Oregon on vacation. Margot Johnson, Lucie’s mom and Elyssa’s first grade teacher, enjoyed the summer in Oregon. Lian Lauren Sin is one of two recipients of The American Library Association/Information Today Inc.’s Library of the Future Award. She and Katie Daugert, librarians at National Public Radio (NPR), received this award for developing a training program to teach NPR staff how to use a new internal database for audio archives and transcripts. According to the press release posted on ALA.org in April of 2012, their program, “The Artemis project, used an impressive variety of strategies, including librarian-produced online videos narrated by NPR journalists, an ongoing email campaign, large-scale posters throughout headquarters identifying and training key super-users, and raising awareness about the database at editorial staff meetings. Additionally, they provided in-person training sessions and a webinar to teach their users—NPR staff—how to search the database.” The American Library
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Association/Information Today Inc.’s Library of the Future Award is presented annually to a library that demonstrates innovative planning and development of patron training programs about information technology in a library setting.
’02 Class Representative:
Mariana Lee email@example.com (C) 391-6160 Ashley (Elliazar) Whiting has been promoted to interim assistant athletic director from assistant women’s tennis coach at State University of New York at Cortland located in Cortland, New York. Ashley recently returned from Dusseldorf, Germany, where she played professional volleyball for SG Langenfeld. Matt Ma continues to make golf news. In a “Civil War” match with David Fink ’09 for the 104th Annual Mānoa Cup, Matt and David were paired in the four quarterfinal matchup. Nevertheless, the competition was friendly as the photo caption in the June 17 article by Jason Kaneshiro, “Ma Claims Mānoa Cup,” shows: “Matthew Ma received the green jacket from last year’s champion, David Fink, on Saturday.” Both Matt and David were smiling in the accompanying photo. According to the article, David was among the players who “tossed Matt into the house pool for the champion’s traditional post-match plunge,” too. Matt is quoted in the article thusly: “I’ve been trying to get this one for a long time and it’s the one that’s eluded me.” In August, Matt triumphed again. This time he “coasted to a five-shot victory” in the Army Invitational golf tournament held at Leilehua Golf Course, according to a “Hawai‘i Beat” item in the August 5 edition
of the Star-Advertiser. In mid-August, Matt continued what Star-Advertiser writer Ann Miller termed “Matt Ma’s sizzling summer” by winning the 49th annual O‘ahu Country Club Men’s Invitational, his third tournament win in four starts. That article, published in the August 18 edition of the paper, included a nice action photo of Matt, too.
’03 Class Representative:
walden au 4742 Likini Street Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96818 firstname.lastname@example.org Bobby Nash was one of several former UH basketball players involved with “Night of Shooting Stars” this June at the Lahaina Civic Center. Also participating in that event were former ‘Iolani stars Derrick Low ’04 and Kyle Pape ’05.
’04 Class Representatives:
christy kim Christy.email@example.com
tia takeuchi firstname.lastname@example.org Former ‘Iolani all-state basketball players Derrick Low and Kyle Pape ’05 were among the camp coaches at Lil’ Big Man Camp this summer at Farrington High gym. The camp’s purpose is “to show that through hard work, determination, and faith in yourself anything is possible,” according to an item by Cindy Luis posted June 8 on staradvertiser.com. As the name suggests, this camp’s premise is “Big dreams. Big heart. But small in stature? No problem.” Derrick and Kyle have both been under contract with teams in Europe: Derrick with a team in Ukraine, and Kyle just finishing his first year with a team in Kazakhstan. Also involved with the Lil’ Big Man Camp is former ‘Iolani basketball star and former University of Hawai‘i setter and hitter Sean Carney. Kyle, Sean, and Derrick
Classnotes were pictured together on the in the gym in the print version of the story in the June 8 edition of the Star-Advertiser.
’05 Class Representative:
matthew Oishi Moishi75@gmail.com or Mmo27@georgetown.edu Stephanie Toriumi has finished a two-year stint as coordinator for international relations for the JET Program in Ishigaki, Okinawa. She now heads to Monterey, California, for a one-and-a-half-year master of arts program in international education management at Monterey Institute of International Studies.
’06 Lee Anderson is director of operations of Aloha Beer Co., a business co-founded by James H.Q. Lee ’74 with brewmaster Dave Campbell and commercial real estate professional Steve Sombrero. Aloha Beer Co. is next door to Sam Choy’s Breakfast, Lunch and Crab on Nimitz Highway and will be using the brewing tanks that have been part of Sam Choy’s, according to an item posted June 18 on staradvertiser.com.
’08 Class Representative:
michael hackler email@example.com
Jensen Park ’11 was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman AllAmerican team. FAR LEFT: Nick Kornitzer ’08 was com-
missioned as a second lieutenant in the Air Force on May 6, 2012. He will attend pilot training in Del Rio, Texas.
’09 Breland Almadova decided to forgo his senior year season with the University of Hawai‘i Rainbows baseball team and sign a contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He was one of two UH Rainbow players selected this June in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. After finishing work for his classes in digital communications, geoscience, and Spanish at Corvallis (Oregon), this June, David Fink returned to Hawai‘i to play in the 104th Annual Mānoa Cup. As winner of the 102nd and 103rd, David was the defending champion and was seeded No. 1. David, a junior at Oregon State, was redshirted his first year and still has two years of college eligibility remaining. He set the freshman scoring record in 2010 but injured his left hand early this season and ended up playing in only seven events. An article by Jason Kaneshiro in the June 15 Star-Advertiser capsulized the ‘Iolanidominated outcome to this year’s Mānoa Cup: “Fink, Ma Take Civil War to Mānoa Cup.” According to the article, Matt Ma ’03 and David Fink have an ongoing friendly rivalry: Matt is a former University of Oregon golfer, and David, of course, a current Oregon State golfer. How exciting that the two ended up battling it out for the Mānoa Cup this year! Age and experience proved victorious the following month in the 46th annual Pacific Coast Amateur championship in Bandon, Oregon. This match was another close one: David won in a playoff with a birdie on the fourth extra hole.
’10 Class Representatives:
Jackie Mosteller firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire Mosteller email@example.com Will Chambers, a sophomore at Harvard, was named to the EIVA All-Academic team this May. Will led the Crimson men’s volleyball team with 0.83 blocks per set and had 112 kills in 21 matches.
’11 Class Representative:
lauren wong firstname.lastname@example.org In between his classes at Carnegie-Mellon University, Spencer Luther has written a book and gotten it published. Testaments, by Spencer Luther, is now available on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. University of Northern Colorado outfielder Jensen Park was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American team by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. His .363 (77 for 212) batting average with 10 doubles, 7 triples and 38 RBI earned him Great West All-Conference second team honors. He also had five stolen bases, but he is probably best known for spectacular diving catches in left field. In addition, he set the school record for most sacrifice flies in a season with seven. Kimberlee Souza, a freshman on the Washington Huskies softball team, went 2-for-8 with a solo home run in a three-game series with Arizona State in early May.
’12 Kacy Johnson appeared on the cover of the July-August edition of Hawai‘i Sport magazine, “The Swim Issue.”
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‘Iolani School extends heartfelt sympathy to the families and friends of the deceased. The school also attempts to maintain accurate records on all alumni. Please let ‘Iolani know when an alumnus/a has passed away. Notices may be sent to Office of Institutional Advancement ‘Iolani School 563 Kamoku Street Honolulu, HI 96826
CL ASS OF 1940 Richard K.W. Lee died May 10, 2012, in Honolulu. He was a U.S. Navy veteran who worked in naval communications. Richard is survived by wife Doris H.; daughters Patricia and Virginia Leong; and two grandchildren.
CL ASS OF 1944 Fred T. Young died May 29, 2012, in the Queen’s Medical Center. He was a retired Honolulu Police Department assistant police chief, American Savings Bank assistant vice president of security, and owner of Young & Associates private investigation agency. Fred is survived by wife Carol J.; son Shane T.W.; daughters Shelley K.K. Young-Supnet and Jacquelyn Young-Maslin; and two grandchildren.
CL ASS OF 1948 Daniel J.N. Chun-Ming died June 30, 2012, at his residence. After ‘Iolani, he graduated from the University of Hawai‘i, and then he served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was a retired sales representative for Proctor and Gamble. Daniel is survived by wife Annette E. Chun-Ming; son Mark D. Chun-Ming; daughters Diane Y.S. Salmon and Suzanne W.S. Brauer; grandchildren Blythe Brauer, Katie Salmon, and Daniel Brauer; and brother Clement Chun-Ming.
CL ASS OF 1962 Kearney Mun Sheong Hung died June 10, 2012, in Honolulu. He was a Pan American World Airways retiree. Kearney is survived by daughters Shelley Blizzard and Natalie Morrison; and six grandchildren.
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CL ASS OF 2006 Brandon Braceros Tucay died on June 4, 2012, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, at the age of 24. He was born in 1988, the year of the Dragon, and Brandon was known as the Little Dragon. After moving to Hawai‘i when he was three, Brandon first attended Maili Elementary School in Wai‘anae, then Holy Family Catholic Academy, and when he was in ninth grade entered ‘Iolani School. He started karate at age five with Japan International Karate Center and traveled to various parts of the mainland, including South Carolina and California, to compete nationally. He was awarded gold in kumite, weapons, and kata and became a black belt at age eight. When Brandon was six, he became involved in modeling and acting with Vogue International Modeling & Talent Agency (his mother’s company); he performed at numerous fashion shows and competed nationally in Los Angeles and New York for the International Modeling & Talent Association. He received several honorable mention awards for modeling and acting. He also did print ads and was an extra in the popular television show Lost. At age eight, Brandon began formal music lessons with Chuck James. A year later, he started performing in numerous events, and at age 10 became a member of the Hawai‘i Youth Symphony. While he was still at ‘Iolani, he started playing with Kapena and eventually became that group’s main drummer. He attended college at North Texas University, the University of Hawai‘i, and in 2011 graduated from Pacific Rim Christian College. In 2006, Brandon met JuLynn Seet and they were married in May of 2011. After a brief honeymoon on Maui, the couple moved to Malaysia, where JuLynn was born and raised. Brandon is survived by wife JuLynn; parents Ricky and Vilma; brothers Bronson, Braeden, and Brennan; mother Rosemarie Braceros Stephens of Nevada; sisters Shannon Tuiolemotu and Jamesha Stephens; and brother Isaiah Tuiolemotu.
FOR MER FACULT Y A ND STAFF Louise Baack, who taught at ‘Iolani from 1946 to 1980, died on June 11 in Seward, Nebraska, at the age of 98, after a year where her health had declined greatly. She started her teaching career on the mainland and then in 1944 Louise traveled to Honolulu with a friend. She soon began teaching 5th grade at ‘Iolani and stayed until she retired in 1980. Louise is survived by sisters Loretta Niemann and Aloha Zimmer; and many nieces and nephews. Her niece Louise Baack Ringler, also a former teacher, visited the ‘Iolani campus in February and talked with art teacher Dave Roberts, a current faculty member who taught with Louise Baack, about happy memories her aunt had of her teaching years at ‘Iolani. According to her niece, Miss Baack was always very proud of ‘Iolani and “her boys.” George Shizuo Kuwada died July 28, 2012, in Hawai‘i. He retired from the U.S. Postal Service after 42 years. During that time he coached basketball and golf at ‘Iolani. As freshman basketball coach for 20 years, George oversaw 19 winning seasons; as varsity golf coach for 27 years, he helped his teams win 16 ILH and three state championships. He excelled at golf and won the “left-handed” golf tournament at O‘ahu Country Club five times. After retiring, George played golf almost daily and even took a job with a tour company accompanying Japanese golfers to the golf course to help them enjoy their rounds. He is survived by wife Kay; son Carl; and daughter Carrie.
FOR MER MEMBER OF ‘IOL A NI BOAR D OF GOVER NOR S Dixon Yoshihiko Mugiishi died June 16, 2012. He did much for ‘Iolani School: he chaired the ‘Iolani Carnival; sat on the Board of Governors, where he chaired the education committee of that group; and was among the ‘Iolani Raider basketball team’s most ardent fans. Dixon is survived by wife Doris; sons Kevin and Dr. Mark Mugiishi ’77; and brother Masami Mugiishi.
Annual Giving Report 2011â€“2012
A Message From
The Board of Governors This is an exciting time here at ‘Iolani School and as we celebrate our sesquicentennial year, we are proud to honor and thank the many donors who have made ‘Iolani a philanthropic priority.
ndeed, the story of ‘Iolani—one of dedication, achievement, and faith—is closely interwoven with that of our donors past and present whose undying belief in our students, our mission, and our values has helped ‘Iolani become one of the finest schools in the world. Such support has provided us with a strong and solid foundation that will enable us to evolve and thrive as we move towards the future as One Team.
Here at ‘Iolani, our students continue to be the source of our inspiration. During the 2011–12 year, they distinguished themselves in academics, athletics, and the arts. ‘Iolani students represented Hawai‘i at the National History Bowl and History Bee in Washington, D.C., the National Economics Challenge in New York City, and at the National Science Olympiad in Florida. On the world stage, we represented the United States at the Ritsumeikan Super Science Fair in Kyoto, Japan. Our orchestra and halau performed in Chicago at the Midwest Clinic and ‘Iolani students participated in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit held here on O‘ahu. Our varsity football team won the Division II State Championship and our girls’ golf team won its first State Title. And while these honors make us proud, so too, do the contributions our students humbly and respectfully make to life here on campus and in our community each and every day.
The past year was also one of transition as Dr. Val Iwashita ’67 retired as Headmaster after 17 years of dedicated service. During his tenure, Val built upon our tradition of academic excellence, beautified our campus, and increased awareness of our school on the national stage. His leadership and vision have laid the groundwork for our future— including our next major initiative, the Sullivan Center for Applied Studies. The Sullivan Center is an investment in education for the 21st century. Like you, we recognize that in today’s changing and increasingly global and technologydriven world, the skills our students need to successfully navigate the future are evolving. To make meaningful contributions to their community and world, students must have skills and experiences that allow them to apply and extend their classroom learning to the world around them. Through the Sullivan Center we will build upon the traditional learning our students receive in the classroom and provide opportunities for applied studies and experiential learning. The Center will be a place where we foster creativity, innovation, the actualizing of ideas and an empathetic world-view. Such skills can only be developed through experience and our goal is to be a world leader in this dimension of education through our programs at the Sullivan Center.
The future of our school will also be strengthened by the acquisition of the 5.5 acres of Date-Lā‘au land by Building Futures LLC. Development of the property is years away, so our focus this past year has been on building a strong and positive relationship with the residents and community. With the help of legislators and DateLā‘au community leaders, we created a plan whose priorities were to facilitate a smooth transition for residents and to work with the community in a manner consistent with our values. Our outreach and communication has resulted in a better understanding and we will continue to be fair and respectful of all involved as we move forward. Without question, the Date-Lā‘au properties are a wonderful asset that will position the school to meet its programmatic and physical plant expansion needs in the coming decades. We hope you will join us in celebrating our 150th Anniversary this year, for you have played an important and valued role in our success. We are a school founded on the principle of access to education for students from all walks of life. We are a school committed to small class sizes and our gifted and impassioned faculty. We are unique in a way that fosters achievement, pride, and strong character values. We are ‘Iolani. Just as we have arrived at this exciting point in our history as One Team, so, too, will our continued commitment to One Team ensure we address challenges, realize opportunities, and ensure our great tradition continues to live on for future generations of ‘Iolani students. On behalf the Board of Governors and the students we serve, thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
The Board of Governors The Board of Governors provides the leadership for ‘Iolani School. We take this opportunity to recognize and thank the members for their faithful service to the school. Jenai S. Wall Chair
Mark M. Mugiishi, M.D., F.A.C.S. ’77 Vice Chairman
Donald G. Horner Treasurer
Steven C. Ai ’72 Secretary
Timothy R. Cottrell, Ph.D. Head of School
The Right Reverend Robert L. Fitzpatrick Bishop
Cathy Bell, M.D. ’87 Earl M. Ching, Esq. ’80 Thomas B. Fargo Muliufi F. Hannemann ’72 David C. Hulihee ’67 Melvin Kaneshige, Esq. ’66 James Kawashima, Esq. ’60 Bill D. Mills Stanley Y. Mukai, Esq. ’51 Calvin S. Oishi, M.D. ’79 Russell K. Saito, Esq. ’61 Lisa M.K. Sakamoto Dudley S.J. Seto, M.D. ’51
Jenai S. Wall
Timothy R. Cottrell, Ph.D.
CHAIR, BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Head of school
Donald M. Takaki Mark H. Yamakawa ’74 Ken C. Kawahara ’87 Alumni Representative
‘Iolani School is pleased to submit a gift report for fiscal year 2011–12.
We received a total of $6,908,973 in gifts* from 3,570 donors.
endowment gifts 13%
Gifts Received restricted gifts for other purposes 13% restricted gifts for financial aid 6%
Restricted Gifts for Financial Aid
Restricted Gifts for other purposes
Capital Gifts Grand Total
Sources of Gifts
Sources of Gifts 2011–2012
ALUMNI/CURRENT PARENTS 2% friends 1%
Parents of Alumni and Grandparents
Corporations, Foundations, Organizations
Friends Grand Total
CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS 33% D
capital gifts 58%
unrestricted gifts 10%
CURRENT PARENTS 4%
PARENTS OF ALUMNI and Grandparents 47%
*This includes gifts of cash, stock, and property.
Total Raised to Goal 2011–2012
Highest participation for classes that graduated before 1980
Current Revenue Gifts (113% OF GOAL)
Class of 1962 68%
Endowment Gifts (143% OF GOAL)
Class of 1949 62%
Current Revenue Gifts and Endowment Gifts Total (121% OF GOAL)
Class of 1947 53%
Highest participation for classes that graduated in 1980 or later
Total Donors 2006–2012
First place: 3,700
Class of 1987 31% Second place:
Class of 1985 29%
Class of 1980 24%
3,660 FY 2008–09
3,595 FY 2007–08
3,610 FY 2007–08
3,448 FY 2006–07
Making an Online Gift to ‘Iolani School is easy, quick and secure. Once an online gift is made the donor will receive an immediate electronic confirmation of the transaction. A written letter from the Head of School will also be sent in the mail. To make a gift online, simply go to iolani.org and click on the DONATE button on the upper left-hand side.
Ways to give
to ‘Iolani School
Matching Gift Programs are a
Gifts of Cash
Life Income Gifts
corporate sponsored benefit that
A cash gift will entitle the donor to an income tax deduction in the year in which the gift is made up to a maximum of 50% of the donor’s adjusted gross income.
‘Iolani School works with its donors to structure gifts that increase a donor’s lifetime income, avoid immediate capital gains taxes, and provide substantial income and estate tax deductions. ‘Iolani actively participates in Charitable Remainder Trusts as well as Charitable Lead Trusts.
could double an employee’s gift to ‘Iolani. Contact your personnel office to determine whether your company participates in this program, get a copy of the matching gift form, and mail the completed form to ‘Iolani School. Matching gifts received are added to an individual’s giving record total.
The Annual Fund helps maintain the day-to-day excellence of ‘Iolani, making a difference in every aspect of the school.
Gifts of Securities An outright gift of appreciated securities which has been held for more than one year will entitle the donor to an income tax deduction, at the appreciated value, up to 30% of the donor’s adjusted gross income and will permit the donor to avoid a capital gains tax.
Gifts of Real Estate Gifts of real estate, including a residence, commercial building or undeveloped property, that have been held for more than one year, will entitle the donor to an income tax deduction up to 30% of the donor’s adjusted gross income and will permit the donor to avoid a capital gains tax.
Deferred Gifts ‘Iolani also welcomes other gifts with a deferred benefit such as remainder trusts, bequests, and life insurance proceeds from policies whose ownership is retained by the insured.
Your Estate Plan When preparing your Last Will and Testament or your trust, please remember ‘Iolani School and use the estate planning resources available in our Office of Institutional Advancement. Please consult with a tax advisor to determine the tax consequences of your gift. For additional information. please contact Chris Shimabukuro ’85, Development Director at 943-2256 or email@example.com.
The Dr. & Mrs. Val T. Iwashita
the tribute dinner held on may 9 at the sheraton hotel to honor dr. val ’67 and mrs. cynthia iwashita raised $357,000 for the new fund.
The Dr. and Mrs. Val T. Iwashita Innovation Fund is designed to encourage and support ‘Iolani faculty in their quest to initiate, develop, and implement new ideas for teaching and learning. The Fund will be a lasting reminder of Dr. Iwashita’s belief that the care, creativity, and commitment of ‘Iolani’s teachers is one of the school’s greatest and most enduring assets.
Don G. Horner Mr. David C. Hulihee ’67
Gift clubs provide opportunities for leadership giving. They also afford ‘Iolani School an opportunity to thank all donors who share in our vision and commitment to help maintain the best for our students. Mahalo nui loa.
Carolyn ’92 Nicole ’95
Dr. and Mrs. Val T. Iwashita ’67
Chad ’94 Ann ’96 Jeffrey ’98
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Jordan
Michael ’89 Jeffrey ’92
Mr. and Mrs. Alden S. Kajioka
Philanthropists’ Circle The Philanthropists’ Circle honors donors whose lifetime gifts to ‘Iolani School exceed
Mr. and Mrs. Liu Chang Dr.* Hung Wo and Mrs.* Elizabeth Lau Ching
*Han ’54 Han ’66
$100,000. Their generous support and
Mr.* and Mrs. Kwai Dick Chun
extraordinary commitment are truly special.
Anonymous (8 donors) Mr. Satoru Abe Mr.* Chung Kun Ai Mr.* David C. Ai
Mr. Steven C. Ai ’72 Mr. Glenn Anderson
Mr. Kihachiro Arai Mr.* and Mrs. William E. Aull
David ’77 John ’82
Mr.* and Mrs. George W. Camp
Ronald ’80 Gary ’81 Phillip ’90
Mrs. Kathy Tyau Carr ’93 and Mr. Stanford Carr
Stanford ’17 Dustin ’20 Celine ’22
Richard and Linda Chan
Darren ’05 Branden ’08 Lorens ’12
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Chang
Alexander ’03 Andrea ’04 Antoinette ’11
Chun-Hsung and Min-Hui Chang
Mr. and Mrs. Randall L. Chun
Laura ’04 Nicholas ’09
Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Chun ’71
Alexander ’02 Amanda ’04 Amber ’09
Mr.* Richard Corris Mr.* Benjamin F. Dillingham Mr. and Mrs. Hidero Fujimoto Gary O. Galiher and Diane T. Ono
Mika ’07 Mari ’10
Miss* Valerie S. Haas Mr. Frank K. Hamada ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Warren H. Haruki
Jason ’96 Justin ’00
Mr. and Mrs. Kenichi Hata
Mr.* H.T. Hayashi
Mark ’61 Corine ’84 Gina ’85 Lance ’89
Alan and Sylvia Ho
Tiffany ’06 Timothy ’12
Drs. Clayton and Lynette Honbo
Daniel ’99 Lauren ’99
Mr.* and Mrs.* Herbert K. Horita
Jodilyn ’93 Joshua Thomas ’98
Coren Scott ’97 Christopher Deron ’01
Melvin Y. Kaneshige ’66 and Nancy E. Pace
Pace ’05 Tate ’08
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde T. Kaneshiro
Matthew ’06 Landon ’08 Jonathan ’12
Mr. and Mrs. James Kawashima ’60
Mr. and Mrs.* Glenn A. Kaya
Randall ’74 Michael ’82
Mr. and Mrs. David D. Kim
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Kosasa ’75
Mr. and Mrs. Rex S. Kuwasaki ’47 Miss* Emily and Miss* Mabel Ladd Mr. Christopher P. Lee ’75 and Mr. Peter Savasta Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K.M. Lee ’53
Drs. Worldster and Patricia Lee
Brandon ’98 Bradford ’00
Ms. Arlene Lum and Dr. Victor Li
Gregory ’88 Jeffrey ’97 Justin ’98
Mrs. Bim MacNaughton Sir Deryck and Lady Va Maughan Mr. Bill D. Mills Mr.* Herbert and Mrs.* Margarita Mist Dr. Mark M. Mugiishi ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Y. Mukai ’51
Mr. and Mrs. Yoshimi Nakamura Mr. and Mrs. Shimpei Nakano
Mr.* C. Frederick Schutte Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Schmidt
Junko ’00 Yumiko ’01
Ava ’17 Liana ’17
Mr. Masao Nangaku Dr. Vernon T. Oi ’67 Dr. Calvin S. Oishi ’79
Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael Sen ’59 Dr. Anthony S.Y. Seto ’55 Dr. and Mrs. Dudley S.J. Seto ’51
Sarah ’13 Nathaniel ’15
Mr.* and Mrs.* Richard T. Okinaka
Stanley ’70 Aaron ’72
Ms. Margaret Ranzman
Russell ’61 and Lei Anne Saito
John ’88 David ’93 James ’97
Mr. and Mrs.* Kenneth M. Sakurai
Michael ’79 and Akane Shimoko
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford P.S. Shin
Christine ’87 Jodi ’89 Michael ’91 Dean ’93
Mrs. Joanna Sullivan Mr. Donald M. Takaki
Donn ’87 Ryan ’89
Mr.* and Mrs. Anthony Tam Dr. and Mrs. Frank K. Tanaka ’50
Tamotsu ’53 and M. Esther Tanaka
Tod ’75 Jon ’80
Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Teruya
Ryan ’74 Rand ’79
Dr. Charlene Ushijima Tilker ’86 and Mr. Marc Tilker
Michael ’20 David ’23
Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Wall
Alana ’06 Eamon ’08
Mr.* Harry and Mrs.* Jeanette Weinberg Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Wichman ’43 Mr.* Lin and Mrs.* Ella Wong Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W.C. Wong ’49
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben S.F. Wong ’54
Delwyn ’91 Irwyn ’98
Mr. Theodore W. Wong ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Yamamoto ’69
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Young
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Yuasa
Jason ’11 Allyson ’19
Benefactors’ Circle The Benefactors’ Circle pays tribute to a distinctive group of donors who share in the partnership to attain ‘Iolani’s goals. Their annual gifts to ‘Iolani total between $25,000 and $99,999.
Anonymous (1) Mr. and Mrs. David D. Kim ’60 Mr. Brian L. Sen ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Sen ’82 Dr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Shimoda ’52
Neal ’80 Cynthia ’85
Jenna ’03 Tyler ’15
Mr. and Mrs. Allan S. Totoki ’52
Mathew ’09 Patrick ’11
Ms. Violet Shimoko
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Y. Yonamine ’72 Mr.* and Mrs. Morris “Masa” Yonamine ’47
Ryan ’97 Erik ’99 Corey ’01
Founders’ Circle The Founder’s Circle recognizes a special group of donors whose annual gifts to ‘Iolani total between $10,000 and $24,999.
Trevor ’92 and Rae ’92 Benn
Malia ’21 Tyler ’23
Drs. Peter ’88 and Bianca Bryant-Greenwood Kenneth J. Lee ’61 and Jennifer K.L. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Hideki Nagai
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Park ’96 Mr. Jonathan Poe ’78 and Ms. Anne Vitullo Mr. and Mrs. Takeshi Saeki ’82 Dr.* and Mrs. George T. Taoka ’53
Sharyl ’91 Christy ’93 Robin ’95
Mr. Matthew A. Teho ’85 and Mrs. Kendis Kado Teho ’85
Dr. and Mrs. Chad M. Iwashita ’94 Ron and Lynn Kikawa
Mr. and Mrs.* Robert M. Witt
Mr. and Mrs. Morris K. Lai ’61
Nathaniel ’94 Heather ’95 Elisha* ’98 Jennifer ’98
Dr. John T. Wu and Dr. Christina N. Nguyen
Lori ’85 Kristie ’88
Mr. Michael C.K. Maii ’95 Mr. Walter H. Muraoka ’62
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad H. Murashige ’68 Lee ’94
Bishop’s Society The Bishop’s Society recognizes donors whose annual gifts to ‘Iolani total between $5,000 and $9,999.
Dr. Darin J. Awaya ’90 and Dr. Heather Awaya
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus R. Boland
Alisa ’17 Sarah ’22
Mr. Thomas A. Campbell ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Y.C. Chun ’49
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneal Y.C. Chun ’62
Caroline ’85 Clarissa ’91 Leslie ’92
Mr. and Mrs. W. Allen Doane
John ’92 Leah ’98
ADM and Mrs. Thomas B. Fargo
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Felix, III ’79
Alexandra ’12 Ariana ’15
Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Gentry ’74
Thomas ’16 Nicole ’20
Ms. Joanne Lo Grimes Todd ’85 and Susan Haruki
The Governors’ Club recognizes donors whose annual gifts to ‘Iolani total between $1,000 and $4,999.
Dr. Christopher C. Lee and Dr. Jennifer C. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H.K. Young ’59 Carole-Ann ’86 Dean ’89 Gary ’91 Greg ’91
Dr. and Mrs. Warren H. Ohira ’77
Sean ’04 Kelsey ’11 Austin ’14 Connor ’15
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Okimoto ’62
Kurt ’93 Kyle ’95 Kris ’98 Kit ’00
Dr. Leslie A. Oshita ’71 Mr. Bronson L. Pai ’95 and Ms. Paige Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Bryant C. Park
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Proctor
Hilary ’86 Cynthia ’87
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Punu ’93 Mr. Michael S. Takayama ’96 and Mrs. Rebeka Hvidding Takayama ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Tanaka
Mr. William J. Tobin and Ms. Tracy D. Tanaka
William ’21 Luke ’24
Mr. Norman D.S. Tyau ’61
Kirk ’87 Kathy ’93
Mr. and Mrs. Toru Yamada
Alec ’16 Justin ’17
Ms. Ann K. Yoneshige
Anonymous (14) Dr. and Mrs. Jason C. Ako ’82 Dr. Donald S. Amano ’50 Brad ’99 and Cord ’99 Anderson Dr. Robert M. Anderson and Dr. Demetria C.Q. Leong
Drew ’12 Blake ’13
Mr. and Mrs. Myles M. Arakawa ’79
Myka ’13 Kamy ’15
Dr. and Mrs. Howard K. Arimoto ’65
Mark ’95 Jason ’99
Mr. and Mrs. Creighton D. Arita ’79
Justin ’17 Anna ’19
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. Arita
Ms. Alexandra Armstrong and Mr. Jerry McCoy Mr. Lawrence Au
Mr. and Mrs. Philip K.Y. Au ’77
David ’16 Christina ’21
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney K. Ayabe ’63 Dr. Cathy K. Bell ’87 and Mr. James Bell CDR Robert M. Bennett ’75 Dr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Biven ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Jason T. Brand
Mr. William J. Brennan and Dr. Nalani K. Blaisdell-Brennan
Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Camp ’81
Briana ’15 David ’19
Drs. Robert and Gloria Carlile
Richard ’01 Sarah ’12
Mrs. Irene Chan Drs. Paul W. Chan and Jana R. Morisada
Garret ’10 Sean ’13
Mr. Alan G.H. Chang ’95 and Mrs. Jennifer Kwock Chang ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Stacy W.H. Chee Mr. and Mrs. Curtis W.C. Ching ’74 Earl ’80 and Sandra A. Ching
Adam ’11 Megan ’16
Mr. and Mrs. Edric M. Ching ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Eldon M.T. Ching ’82
Melannie ’15 Max ’15
Glenn and Gayle Ching
Brandon ’07 Justin ’12
Han P. ’66 and Meredith J. Ching Mr. and Mrs. Michael H.F. Ching ’89 Mr. Stuart W.H. Ching ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chiu Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan K. Cho ’67
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Chong Kee ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K.W. Chow ’58 Dr. and Mrs. Melvin M.H. Choy
Aaron ’95 Andrew ’97 Austin ’00
Mr. Wendell J.H. Choy ’74 and Dr. Edith Pang Ms. Engsu Chua Dr. Alvin H.L. Chung ’78 Prof. and Mrs. Ian McLean Cooke
Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Cundiff, Sr. ’55
Larry ’78 Randall ’80 Robert ’82
Mr. Mathew L. D’Ascoli ’02 Dr. and Mrs. Carl L. de los Reyes ’83 Mr. Wayne R. DeMello
Medford G. and Masu Kusume Dyer Mr. Keith K.Y. Emerson ’97 Mrs. Judy Endo
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Failla, Jr. ’67 Mr. Charles F. Fasi ’76
Charles ’05 Christina ’10 Carina ’13
Mr. and Mrs. David F. Fasi ’80
Kaleilaniokane ’20 Kahaukuhonua ’23
Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Fasi, II
Frank ’21 Hannah ’23 Micah ’24
Mr. Jeffrey A. Hawk ’85 and Mrs. Aubrey Olson Hawk ’85
Kelly ’15 Madeline ’17
Mr.* and Mrs. Frank F. Fasi
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W.P. Hee ’59
Paul ’74 Charles ’76 David ’80 Salvador ’83
Mr. Paul F. Fasi ’74 Mr. Salvador A. Fasi ’83 Mr. Russell Figueiroa Mr. Robert A. Firehock ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Fletcher ’78 Dr. and Mrs. Walter S.O. Fo ’64
Melody Joy ’97 Crystal ’98
Drs. Andrew and Jenifer Fong
Aaron ’08 Jaimie ’10 Adam ’13 Jodie ’15
Dr. and Mrs. Lyndon D. Fong ’77
Mrs. Caroline T. Foster Mr. and Mrs. David K. Fujiwara ’80
Dr. and Mrs. Roy T. Hirakawa Mr. and Mrs. Keith K. Hiraoka
Katherine ’15 Kenneth ’17
Mr. and Mrs.* George N. Hirohata ’47
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham S.H. Ho ’48
Kenton ’78 Kendi ’86
Dr. Michael W.L. Ho ’77
Mr. Richard Kwok Ning Ho ’62 COL and Mrs. Warren M.F. Ho ’61
Ryan ’87 Joylin ’93
Dean ’80 and Lori Anne Horie
Julia ’09 Vance Ren ’11 Cheyne Ian ’13
Mr. Cliff C.C. Hsia ’99 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Tin-Fah Huang, Jr.
Mr. Jon H. Fukuda Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Fung
Mr. Tae S. Im Dr. and Mrs. Dwight I. Inouye ’67
Mr. Andrew Furuta ’86 and Mrs. Lisa K. Furuta ’91 Mr.* and Mrs. Thomas T. Gaza ’53 Mr. Kenneth F. Goldstein ’80 and Ms. Shelley Wood-Goldstein Mr. Michael Goshi and Ms. Lori A. Takeyama-Goshi
Noah ’07 Micah ’13
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford D. Goto ’74
Mr. and Mrs. Murray C. Grune
Murray ’74 Martin ’77 Sterrett ’78
Dr. Meri-Mika Morisada Guillou ’83 and Mr. Joseph R. Guillou
Dr. and Mrs. Craig S. Haga ’83
Miya ’21 Mari ’23
Mr. Aaron C. Hamada ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Muliufi Hannemann ’72 Mr. Robert H. Hashimoto ’57
David ’18 Laura ’23
Kimberly Ann ’97 Ryan ’99
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Inouye ’51 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ishikawa ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. Ito ’62
Randall ’90 Robyn ’98
David ’78 and Carolyn Iwasaki
Sophia ’15 Jordan ’18
Mr. Jon S. Iwashita Ms. Jamie Kimura Izuka ’95 and Mr. Byron Izuka Mr. and Mrs. Justin K. Izumi ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn A. Izumi ’60
Ms. In Kyeong Jang and Dr. Sang Kyeong Kim
Young Jeong ’07
Mr. and Mrs. Barry G.S. Jim On ’86
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Kagami
Matt and Cheryl Levi
Cianna ’12 Laura ’17
Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Li
She Ning ’04 Edwin ’13
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lim
Daniel ’05 Stephen ’07 David ’11
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Lim ’62 Dr. and Mrs. Francis J.G. Liu ’69
Colleen ’01 Peter ’05
Mr. Leighton K.F. Liu ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Liu
Mrs. Dawn Lowe
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Kagami ’70
Matthew ’09 Cara ’13
Dr. Nicole Prevo Kageyama ’89 and Mr. Nobu Kageyama Mr. Brandon R. Kam ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Guy K. Kamitaki ’73
Brad ’04 Kim ’06 Stacie ’08
Dr. and Mrs. Alan M. Kaneshige ’77 Mr. Mark M. Kaneshiro ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Kashiwa ’72 Dr. Kaye Kawahara ’78 and Dr. Carolyn Shiraki
Jeffrey ’11 William ’14
Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Kawasaki ’72 Mr. Harry W. Kealoha ’57 COL Jerome H. Kim ’77 and Dr. Silvia R. Kim Mrs. Tracy Hasegawa Kimura ’87 and Mr. David Kimura
John ’23 Sophia ’23
Dr. Keith M. Koga ’83 and Mrs. Carrie Osumi Koga ’86
Dr. and Mrs. Gregg T. Kokame ’74
Kristina ’10 Kelli ’13
Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Korenaga, Jr. ’72
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Kagawa
Corin ’97 Lee ’04
Kelly ’87 Amy ’89
Ms. Lindsay E. Kosasa ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Cory J. Kubota ’92 Mr. Hong-Ji Kuo and Ms. Yng J. Lin
Emily ’09 Iris ’12
Mr. and Mrs. Akemi Kurokawa
Miki ’92 Akito ’94 Akihiro ’97
Mr. and Mrs. Arne C. La Prade
Dr. Michael F. LaGory and Ms. Suzanne E. Casart Ms. Lynne L.L. Lam ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S.C. Lau ’80 Mr. and Mrs. James H.Q. Lee ’74
Charles ’05 Jamie ’13
Mr. Jerry Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Lee ’75
Cameron ’08 Jordan ’12
Mr.* and Mrs. Ronald Y.C. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. William Y.S. Lee ’53
Paul ’83 Monica ’84 Lisa ’88
Colin ’62 and Pam Leong
Lee-Anne* ’84 JoAnne ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.Y. Leong ’48
Derek Goto* ’05
Mr. and Mrs. Tan Tek Lum Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Y. Maeda
Mr. and Mrs. George Mansho, Jr. ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Maruyama Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Maruyama
Rik ’97 Tamlyn ’09
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce T. Masatsugu ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Les J.K. Masutani
Kaz ’07 Kai ’08 Kryn ’10 Klein ’14
Mr. and Mrs. Jerold T. Matayoshi
Deven ’01 Zachary ’05 Nicholas ’07
Mr. Edwin Y. Matsuda and Dr. Maya Matsuda
Josiah ’20 Jacob ’23
Mr. and Mrs. Y. Guy Matsuwaki
Mr. and Mrs. Kent A. Matsuzaki ’81
Kaylene ’12 Kady ’15
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel O. Mayeda ’62 Mr. Ricardo J. Miller ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Minami ’60
Gayle ’85 Todd ’94
Mr. Bert S. Mitsunaga ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis K. Mitsunaga
Mr. and Mrs. Colin O. Miwa ’74
Mr. Dale K. Nishikawa ’71
Mr. and Mrs. Kanrad K. Sasaki
Dr. Tetsuo Miyabara ’64 and Mrs. Barbara Anne Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Alton K. Miyashiro ’72
Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Mori ’83
Dr. and Mrs. Roland T. Nishioka ’77
Travis ’06 Jennifer ’07 Julia ’08 Tanner ’13
Mrs. Miyoko Sasaki Dr. and Mrs. Kent A. Sato ’74
Ryan ’03 Jennifer ’17
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Sato
Mr. and Mrs. Ross S. Morikawa Dr. Myles M. Morimoto ’83 Riki ’76 and Karen S. Morimoto
Mr. Jeremy L. Niwa ’90 and Dr. Nicole Ueyama Niwa ’90 Ms. Lois Ohta Ms. Judy Okada and Mr. Randy Mitsui
Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Schroers
Dr. and Mrs. Gary K. Morita
Wendell ’90 Lori Joy ’92
Dr. Randal Motooka and Dr. Tammy Chang-Motooka
Cambrie ’17 Cole ’20
Mr.* and Mrs. Dixon Y. Mugiishi
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Osada
Mr. Makanaokalani Oshiro ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Oshiro Mr. Curt T. Otaguro ’77
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin K. Mukai ’58
Drs. Joseph ’71 and Joy Murakami
Ms. Keri A. Pang ’91 Dr. Narayan S. Raja and Dr. Min Sun Kim
Shaun ’90 Ryan ’93 Justin ’02 Jessica ’04
Tara ’13 Arjun ’17
Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Nagasako ’63
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Remedios, Jr.
Reuben ’88 Oren* ’90 Tiffany ’95 Bradley ’04
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin T. Nakagawa ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley K. Nakamura ’69
Marc ’95 Reid ’97 Taylor ’00
Cathy ’87 Jamie ’95
Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Nakayama ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Natori ’83
Vanessa ’03 Stephanie ’04
Mr. Mark Y. Shibuya ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Masanori Shigei
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Y. Shigemura ’81
Dalen ’16 Evan ’19
Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin K. Shigemura
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Shigenaga ’60 Mr. Chris M. Shimabukuro ’85 Herbert and Lillian Shimabukuro
Chris ’85 Jon ’89
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Y. Sadoyama ’68
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Saito ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Saito ’78
Mr. and Mrs. Hiroshi Sekido
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Nakasone ’61
Dr. Roland C.K. Ng ’66 and Mrs. Vivian Khoo Ng
Meghann ’98 Clayton ’00
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Robinson
Emily ’13 Naomi ’16 Neill ’21
Mr. and Mrs. Shaun A. Shimizu ’92 Ms. Jodi H. Shin Yamamoto ’89 and Mr. Dean T. Yamamoto Steven ’70 and Delna Shinohara
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Richardson
Mark ’87 Ross ’90
Mr. Regan P.T. O’Neill ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Ono ’72 Ryan ’05 Reyn ’10
Dr. Ryan M. Sato ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Will M. Satterfield
Micah ’98 Jonathan ’99 Jaclyn ’02
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford S. Saito ’72 Reid ’11
Mr. and Mrs. David T. Shiraishi ’62 Mr. Daniel T. Shiu ’87 and Ms. Sandra Moriki-Shiu
Dylan ’18 Jordan ’20
Mr. R. Scott Simon ’88 and Mrs. Lisa Lee Simon ’88
Jarin ’19 Teah ’24
Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Sakai
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel I. Singer
Keith and Lisa Sakamoto
Jeffrey ’09 John ’12
Dustin ’08 Anique ’10 Alisse ’12
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Soneda ’49
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Sakata ’48
Dr. Chuong Nguyen and Dr. Diana Huang
Mr. and Mrs. Shinji Soneda
Mr. and Mrs. Glen N. Sakima ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Puongpun Sananikone
Lauren ’18 Sophie ’22
Dr. and Mrs. Wesley K. Nihei ’88
Braden ’20 Lindsey ’22
Randal ’74 Dale ’84
Mali ’90 Viraphanh ’91
Debra ’85 Brian ’72 Alan ’74
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L.K.S. Soon ’98 Mr. Michael D. Soule and Mrs. Shizue Kirisawa-Soule
David ’08 M
Mr. Richard Stellmacher Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Stepien
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Tanouye ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Tasoe
Mr. Mark B. Stevens ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Strawn Mr. Kenneth Y. Sugita Patrick and Jan Sullivan
Matthew ’04 Tarah ’09
Mr. and Mrs. Brian N. Sunada ’66
Kelly ’92 Jared ’96
Mr. and Mrs. Miles K. Suzuki ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Jed M. Taba ’71
Cari ’04 Kelsey ’12
Mr. and Mrs. Lance S. Terayama
Kai ’08 Kaleen ’11 Marisa ’11
Dr. and Mrs. Donn S. Terry ’66 Mrs. Amber Olson Testino ’87 and Mr. Giovanni Testino Mr. Richard J. Tobin and Dr. Katherine D. Tobin
Kaitrin ’11 Bridget ’12
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Y. Uyehara ’64
Lance ’86 Sean ’89
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie K. Uyehara ’60
Paul ’84 Alison ’86
Mr. Robin Y. Uyeshiro ’74 and Ms. Donna Y. Leong
Dr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Wachi ’66
Kevin ’92 Kelly ’94 Kyle ’98
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron K. Wallen
Thomas* and Bertha Tajima
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Y.S. Tom ’62
Mr. and Mrs. Landy Wang
Stephen ’66 Darrel ’69 Rodney ’71
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Tajima Dr. and Mrs. Masao Takai
Masaki ’86 Eriko ’90
Dr. Robin Takata and Dr. Melanie N. Lee Takata
Mr. Kent E. Takazawa ’82 and Dr. Lydia Takazawa
Matthew ’19 Hope ’22
Mr. and Mrs. Chad M. Takesue ’94 Mr. Neil S. Tamabayashi ’86 Dr. and Mrs. Warren I. Tamamoto
Brent ’95 Craig ’98 Alyson ’03
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus K. Tamashiro ’71
Kira ’05 Jenna ’06
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff H. Tamura
Carli ’07 Jill ’10 Taylor ’14
Christopher ’93 Jennifer ’96
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Toma ’58
Thornton ’85 Brian ’92
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wee
Kevin ’98 Kristin ’04
Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley K.S. Wong ’80
Dr. and Mrs. Eliot N. Tomomitsu ’67
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan A.K. Wong ’62 Dr. and Mrs. Steven C.K.H. Wong ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Yamamoto ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Jon T. Yamamura ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Yamashiroya Dr. Shellie K. Yamashita ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Koji Yamatsu
Keri ’00 Erik ’05
Mr. Peter Tomozawa and Ms. Donna LeDuc
Malia ’10 Hana ’11 Taichi ’13 Kaz ’15 Kei ’17
Dick ’61 and Cassandra Tsuda
Sheri ’87 Vicki ’95
Mr.* and Mrs. Douglas R. Yanagihara ’38 Dr. Grant M. Yasui ’96 and Dr. Jennifer Lee Mr. and Mrs. Alan M.L. Yee ’72
Mr. Dennis Tsuhako Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. S. Tsui
Mr. and Mrs. Kent K. Tsukamoto
Mr. Andrew C.M. Yee ’85 and Mrs. Lauren Harimoto Yee ’85
Emerald ’13 Ryan ’05 Sara ’07
Nikki-Ann ’01 Tia-Marie ’18
Jordyn ’13 Samantha ’16
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle S. Tsukamoto ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Brandis K. Ueyama ’93
Dr. James C. W. Yee and Ms. Paralee Sithiyothakarn
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas K.S. Tan
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis N. Ueyama
Mr. and Mrs. Michael C.L. Yee ’82
Dr. and Mrs. Alan K. Tanaka ’77
Mr. Cary T. Tanaka ’79 and Dr. Terri T. Tanaka
John ’12 David ’15
Mr. and Mrs. Jon T. Tanaka ’80 Mr. Michael L. Tannahill ’75 Mrs. Marjorie H. Tanoue
Nicole ’90 Brandis ’93
Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Uhr
Lauren ’13 Anna ’15 Natalie ’18
Mr. Shaun S. Ushijima ’81
Danielle ’13 Christine ’14
Mr. Paul K. Uyeda ’83
Aslyn ’13 Camryn ’18 Peytyn ’21
Mr. Jason S.C. Yeung ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Yim ’84
Robyn ’18 Brandon ’19
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Yonamine ’55
Dean ’83 Mark ’87 Todd ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Bert M. Yonehara Owen ’03 Dr. Nelson Yoshioka, Jr. ’77 and Dr. Cheryl Niitani-Yoshioka
Ashley ’12 Ryan ’16
Mr. and Mrs. Keith K.H. Young
Aaron ’07 Tracy ’11 Troy ’13
Mr. and Mrs. Michael M.J. Young ’64 Dr. Alexander E.C. Yuen Mr. and Mrs. James H. Zukeran ’47
Dr. Keith H. Zukeran ’79
Reese ’10 Trisha ’18
Headmaster’s Club The Headmaster’s Club recognizes donors whose annual gifts to ‘Iolani total between $500 and $999.
Anonymous (18) Mr. and Mrs. Jared D. Acoba ’93 Mrs. Carol Ai May and Mr. T. Michael May Mr. and Mrs. Laurence L.M. Akiyama ’94 Mr. John S. Alexander Brittany P. Amano ’15 Mr. Lee T. Anderson ’06 Mr. Donn K. Arizumi ’87 and Mrs. Nina M. Inuo Arizumi ’91 Mr. Ryan K. Asato ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K.M. Au ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Robert K.S. Au Dr.* and Mrs. Robert D. Bart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert D. Beaman Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bloom Ms. Allison S.Y. Chang ’90 and Mr. Ivan Huang Richard S.O. ’59 and Delia M. Chang Dr. and Mrs. J. Roy Chen Dr. Todd J. China ’96 Mr. Darren W.K. Ching ’89 Gerald and Gladys Ching Mr. John K.C. Ching ’53 Charles L. Chiu and Lisa Hashimoto-Chiu Mr. and Mrs. Wesley W.H. Chong ’68 Mr. Benjamin Chun ’94 and Mrs. Andrea M. Chun ’96 *Denotes deceased
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H.W. Chun Mr. and Mrs. Michael S.F. Chun Mr. and Mrs. Paul B.W. Chun ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Roland K.C. Chun ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Chung Dr.* and Mrs. Albert C.K. Chun-Hoon ’49 Mr. Mark W. DeMello ’77 Dr. Lily Driskill and Mr. James William Bango Mr. and Mrs. Andre Dulce ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Bassil I. Dunn ’48 Ms. Adrienne Shimonishi Elkind ’90 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K.M. Emerson ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace K. Endo Dr. Scott Enomoto and Ms. Rene R. Totoki-Enomoto The Honorable Robert Faris and Dr. Melanie M. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Glover T. Ferguson, Jr. ’69 Dr. and Mrs. David R. Finger Dr. and Mrs. Derek M. Flores ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Flores ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Fujii Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Fujita ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fujita ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Miles B. Furutani Dr. and Mrs. Grant Y. Fusato ’85 Dr. T. Scott Gallacher and Mrs. Lisa M. Lau-Gallacher Dr. and Mrs. Yong S. Goh Mr. Vincent S. Goshi ’62 Mr. and Mrs. George Goto Mr. and Mrs. Tamotsu Goya ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Darryn Habu Mr. and Mrs. Dwight K. Hamai Dr. Jared T. Hamamoto ’95 Mr. Michael Y. Harada Dr. Amy Barcia Harpstrite ’83 and Dr. Jeffery Kimo Harpstrite Mr. Jason H. Haruki ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Hiraki Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hiramoto Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Jyun Hirasuna ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Jack C.Y. Ho Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne H.T.F. Hue ’79 Mrs. Faith Ichida Mr.* and Mrs. LeRoy F. Ichida ’60 Dr. Elizabeth C. Ignacio ’89 and Mr. David Kostecki Mrs. Sherri-Ann Chun Iha ’84 and Mr. Brian Iha Mr. Jason M. Ikehara ’00 and Mrs. Sharilyn Shiramizu Ikehara ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Randall S. Inaba ’81
Miss Laura A. Ing ’93 Dr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Inouye ’69 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Itai Mr. and Mrs. Ken T. Ito Mr. and Mrs. Marc T. Iyomasa ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Jones ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Y. Kajioka Mr. and Mrs. Stuart A. Kaneko ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaneshiro ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Y. Kaneshiro ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Ken C. Kawahara ’87 Randy ’89 and Lei ’88 Kawamura Mr. and Mrs. Randall T. Kaya ’74 Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Dwight M. Kealoha ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan A. Kim ’64 Ms. Traci Ho Kim ’98 Mr. Timothy R. Knight and Ms. Martha F. Norton Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Kodama ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Steven K. Kondo ’60 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph K.Y. Koo Ms. Evelyn Koyama Dr. and Mrs. Reid T. Koyanagi ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Takuya Kozuki Mr. Kenneth S. Kubo ’84 Ms. Melody M.H. Kuroda ’94 and Mr. Andrew Takahashi Dr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Kuwabara ’63 Dr. Gregory K.W. Lam ’91 and Dr. Kristen Lam Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. LaPorte ’76 Mr. Gayle John Lau and Ms. Lorinda Wong-Lau Mr. and Mrs. Gordon G.J. Lau ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Richard K.Y. Lau ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lee COL and Mrs. Terry S.H. Lee ’64 LTC Verndal C.F. Lee ’67 and Ms. Teresa Landreau Drs. William and Wen-Yu Lee Ms. Yuan-Sea Janise Lee ’94 Mr. and Mrs. DeWang Li ’92 Mrs. Mei H. Liu Mr. and Mrs. David A. Loo Stan and Lauren Lui Dr. and Mrs. Gabriel W. C. Ma Mrs. Robynne L. Maii ’92 and Mr. John C. Bussler, II CAPT and Mrs. Chester J. Malins Mr. Eugene H. Manuel ’52 Mr. David K. Masunaga ’75 Dr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Masutani Dr. and Mrs. Takashi Matsui Mr. and Mrs. Dean Matsukawa Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L.H. Matsumoto ’70
Mr.* and Mrs. James H. Matsuoka ’47 Mr. Kurt T. Matsuzaki ’84 and Mrs. Luanne Kuwaye Matsuzaki ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Mesick Mrs. E.J. Lee Milken ’91 and Mr. Gregory A. Milken Mr. Carlton M. Miura ’69 Dr. and Mrs. Jon M. Miyagi ’81 Ms. Amy Miyamoto Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Miyashiro ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Monaco ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Morimoto Dr. and Mrs. Brennon T. Morioka ’87 Dr. and Mrs. Wendell K. Morita ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Murakami ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Jared K. Murayama Dr. Michael N. Murphy ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Nagashima ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Nakamatsu Mr. Neil T. Nakamura ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Nakata Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Y. Nakatsuka Dr. and Mrs. Bradford L. NaPier Dr. James Ng ’89 and Dr. Lorene Ng Ms. Tara V.M. Nilsson ’11 Mr. Verlin K. Nishimura ’67 Mr. Arnold Tiancheng Niu and Ms. Beilei Sun Mr. Michael H. Nojima and Dr. Sheryl E. Nojima Mr. George Norcross, II ’67 and Dr. Tyrie Lee Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Harry Y. Oda ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Ohira ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Ohta Mr. and Mrs. Steven T. Ohta ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Ron Okuhara Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Okumura ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Oshio Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Panko Mr. and Mrs. Ken Perrott Mr. and Mrs. Norman Y. Quon ’63 Mrs. Kelly Sunada Reiter ’92 and Mr. David Reiter Ms. Erin Y. Sakai ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Keith E.H. Sakoda ’76 Bert and Katherine Sakuda Dr. Lois Saruwatari Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sawyer Dr. Jon H. Scarpino Ms. Maile A. Scarpino ’09 Ms. Loriann Higashi Seluga ’96 and Mr. Kristopher Seluga Mr. Young Woo Seo and Mrs. Mee Kyoung Kim
Mrs. Allison Ching Setzler ’85 and Mr. E. Lake Setzler Mr. Tien Tsen Shei Dr. and Mrs. David M. Shimizu Bruce ’64 and Patricia Shimomoto Dr. Sylvia K. Shimonishi Mr. and Mrs. Chris M. Shirai ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Curtis I. Shiraishi ’80 Dr. and Mrs. Iwao William Shiraki Dr. and Mrs. Myron E. Shirasu Mr. and Mrs. David Shoji Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Simon Mrs. Sandra Kam Smith ’85 and Mr. Randy J. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Se Mo Suh Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Swoish ’79 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Swoish Mrs. Mildred K.H. Taam Mr.* and Mrs. Robert Taira Mr. and Mrs. Nelson K. Takenaka ’73 Mr. Alan K. Tamanaha ’73 Mr. John Tamanaha ’87 and Mrs. Loraine E. Tamanaha ’87 Miss Kira A. Tamashiro ’05 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Tamayose Dr. David J. Tamura ’86 and Mrs. Lisa Oshiro Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Y. Tamura Ms. Lisa M. Tamura-Tanoue Mr.* and Mrs. Alfred A. Tanaka ’62 Ms. Shelly H. Tanaka ’90 and Mr. Kai Hobbs Mr. Tod Tanaka ’75 and Ms. Kathryn S. Matayoshi Mr. Kirk Taniguchi Dr. and Mrs. Lance M. Taniguchi ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Tanimoto ’80 Dr. and Mrs. Luke Y. Teruya ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tokiwa Dr. and Mrs. Russell J.S. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Tomita Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Toyofuku ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Tsuda ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick S. Tsuji Dr. and Mrs. Brian T. Tsuzaki ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Stuart T. Tsuzaki ’79 Mr. and Mrs. David D.W. Tyau ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Y. Ueda Mr. and Mrs. Kirk T. Uejio ’98 Mr. John M.N. Urata ’87 and Mrs. Caryn Yamamoto Urata ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Ushijima Ms. Traci Matsumoto Vagnucci ’91 and Mr. R. Michael Vagnucci COL and Mrs. Albert Vanderbush
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Y. Watanabe ’60 Mr. Edwin R. Watanabe ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G.B. Wee ’75 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Winkelman ’71 Mr. William M. Wise, III Dr. and Mrs. Allen M.O. Wong ’71 Mr. and Mrs. David G.S. Wong Mr. Tan Mau Wu ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Yamaguchi ’74 Mr. Todd R. Yamanaka ’84 and Dr. Lori Kitazaki Yamanaka ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Derrick T. Yamane ’81 Dr. and Mrs. Bryce K. Yamauchi ’77 Mr.* and Mrs. Charles Ying Mr. and Mrs. Dean I. Yonamine ’83 Ms. Angela Young Mr. and Mrs. Richard S.W. Young ’65 Stanford and Lynette Yuen
Century Club The Century Club recognizes donors whose annual gifts to ‘Iolani total between $100 and $499.
Anonymous (128) Dr. and Mrs. Derrick K. Abe ’87 Mr. Randall I. Abe ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Achimore ’71 Roy ’59 and Lavern Adaniya Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio M. Agas Ms. Leanne R. Agawa ’90 Mr. James Y. Agena ’75 Mr. Almon Ah Cook Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Ah Cook Mr. William W. Ahana, Jr. ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Kerry S.B. Ahn The Rev. and Mrs. Darrow L.K. Aiona ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Howard T. Akagi Mr. and Mrs. Koki Akamine Ms. Mary Ann E. Akao Mr. and Mrs. David K. Alama Ms. Bonnie Aldinger Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Almadova ’51 The Honorable and Mrs. Bruce S. Ames ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Among Mr. and Mrs. Jaime P. Ancheta Mrs. Charlene Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Buchanan Mr. Landen K. Buckley ’04 Mr. S. John Buist, Jr. ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bulkley ’67 Mr. Jefferson G. Burnett Karen and David Butler
C Mrs. Evelyn H. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Andrasick ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Efrain Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Aniya Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Aoki ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Aoki ’58 Mr. Shunsuke Aonuma ’06 Mr. Harry I. Aoyagi ’49 Mr. Aaron T. Aoyama ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Aoyama ’72 Mrs. Becky Arakawa Mr. and Mrs. Cosmo T. Arakawa ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arakawa Mr. and Mrs. Jason S. Arakawa Ms. Gaye Sakamoto Araki ’84 and Mr. Steven Araki Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Arashiro Mr. and Mrs. Cline D. Ardo Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Ardo ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Arima Ms. Kimberlee A. Arita ’00 Mr. Rik K.N. Arita ’97 and Mrs. Trisha Oyabu Arita ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Roy K. Arita Mr. and Mrs. Ryozo Ariyoshi ’77 Mr. Rodney K. Asada ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Asanoma ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard K. Asato Mrs. Ethel Asato Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Asato ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Y. Asato Mr. and Mrs. James K. Asato Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Asato ’58 Mrs. Shannon Kajikawa Asato ’97 Mr. Franklin S. Atienza ’54 Mr. R. Egen T. Atkinson ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Q.H. Au Mr. and Mrs. Carlton K.C. Au ’71 Mr.* and Mrs. Francis T.C. Au Ms. Ernette Y. Au Mr.* and Mrs. Man Kwong Au
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Au ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Wendell S. Awada ’71 Mr. Reed I.M. Ayabe ’05 Drs. Ronald and Carol Ayabe
Miss* Louise Baack Mr. and Mrs. Jerome K. Baba Mr. Antonio C. Baclig ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin N. Bagoyo ’94 Dr. and Mrs. Peter W. Balkin Mr. Alan L. Ball Dr. and Mrs. Richard O. Banner Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Barcia Dr. Beverly Barnard Mr. and Mrs. Todd C. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Manuel J.S. Barros, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P.D. Batacan ’85 Dr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Baysa Ms. Beth Benson Mr. Robert G. Benson Dr. Ilan Bernstein ’00 and Dr. Tiffany Wang Dr. and Mrs. Mark H. Bernstein Dr. Oren Bernstein ’97 and Ms. Helen Lau Mr. Earl U. Biven ’55 Mr. Thomas D. Blondin ’68 Mr. George R. Bodley and Ms. Rochelle H. Uchibori Mr. and Mrs. James N. Bohner Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bomke, Jr. Dr. Philip J. Bossert Mr. and Mrs. Horst G. Brandes Dr. Mark Brasher Mr. Daniel G. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Shenan D. Brown ’99 Mrs. Jennifer Inouye Bruggemann ’01 and Mr. Michael Bruggemann
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cabrera Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Calabrese, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Calvet Mr. and Mrs. Lionel C. Camara Mr. and Mrs. James W. Campbell ’80 Mr. and Mrs. David Campbell Mrs. Kathlyn Cannon Mr. Javis D. Carino ’94 Ms. Jane H. Carney Mr. and Mrs. James E. Caron Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Carson ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Carvalho Ms. Brandi Jim On Castillo ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Causey Mrs. Rizza Olegario Cea ’85 and Mr. Robert Cea Ms. Hayley K. Cerit Ms. and Mr. Whitney Chadwick Mrs. Denise Wong Chan ’97 Mr. Nathan T.S. Chan ’93 Ms. Nora M.Y. Chan ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Aaron W. Chaney Mr. Brian Y.K. Chang ’68 Mr. Daniel K.M. Chang ’64 LTC and Mrs. Dennis K.H. Chang ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H.A. Chang ’52 Mr. Hong-Wei Bobby Chang ’99 Dr. Jason C. Chang ’96 Mr. Jonathan A.Y.T. Chang ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Kelvyn K.Y. Chang ’58 Mrs. Mary E. Chang Mr. and Mrs. Nathan K.W. Chang ’85 Mr. Noel Y.F. Chang ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Tae Young Chang Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Chang Mr. Wilfred K.K. Chang ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Boonthai Chantavy Dr. Wei Chao ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Char Mr. and Mrs. Nelson S. Char ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Warren C.W. Chee ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Justin Chen Mr. Shuiming Chen and Ms. Xiaoyan Wang
Ms. Mika M. Cheng ’99 Mr. Joseph C. Chess and Dr. Sonia M. Chess Mr. Kurt F. Chiba ’85 Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Chikamoto Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Chikamoto Mr. and Mrs. Kyle I. Chikuma Mr. and Mrs. Darin N. Chinen ’84 Ms. Diane A. Chinen Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Chinen Mr. Ralph A. Chinen ’55 Mr. Andrew F.T. Ching ’78 Mr. Bernard Y.D. Ching Mr. and Mrs. Clinton K.L. Ching Mr. Curtis Ching ’78 and Ms. Ruth M. Shimada Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Y.K. Ching ’62 Dr. and Mrs. Derek A.K.M. Ching ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Y. Ching Dr. Michael S.L. Ching ’94 and Ms. Nan Ketpura-Ching Mr. Richard O. Ching ’41 Ms. Stephanie L. Ching and Mr. Marc Hino Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T.C. Ching ’57 Mr. Wesley H.H. Ching ’67 and Dr. June Ching Mr. James T. Chinn ’48 Ms. Linda C.Y. Chock Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Chock ’65 Mr. Bomoon Choi Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J.B. Chong ’62 Dr. Armand Chong ’79 and Mrs. Cathy Lee Chong Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M.K. Chong Mr. and Mrs. Jerry N.S. Chong ’61 Mr. Kellen W. Chong ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Y.F. Chong ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Leighton K.M. Chong ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm K.L. Chong ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Chong ’57 Mr. Stephen J.W. Chong ’65 Mr. and Mrs.* William V.L. Chong ’54 Dr. Aaron G.M. Choy ’95 Dr. and Mrs. Andrew G.Y. Choy ’97 Dr. Austin G.H. Choy ’00 Dr. Dexter J.L. Choy ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C.M. Choy ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Choy Mr. and Mrs. Reynold J.L. Choy ’64 Dr. and Mrs. Wesley J.J. Choy ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Randall R. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Chu ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Wen-Ta Chu ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Chuck
Mrs. Agnes E.S. Chun Mr. and Mrs. Albert K.S. Chun Christopher T. Chun, Esq. ’92 Ms. Claudette N.H. Chun Mr. and Mrs. David D.S. Chun Mr. Erik D. Chun ’00 Mr. Garry K.M. Chun ’80 Mr. Geary Y.S. Chun and Dr. Eileen Ogasawara-Chun Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. J. Chun ’50 Mr. and Mrs. James K.F. Chun ’40 Dr. Kathryn M. Chun ’94 and Mr. Todd Fleming Ms. Kimberly R.L.H. Chun ’01 Ms. Krislen N. Chun ’97 Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Chun Mr. Michael J.W. Chun ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Raynard K. Chun ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Rickey B.Q. Chun ’70 Mr. Ryan E. Chun ’92 Mr. Terrence R. Chun ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Chun Mr. and Mrs. Norman K. Chung, Jr. ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Chung Mr. and Mrs. Tai Yau Chung Mr. and Mrs. Warren W.K. Chung ’60 Ms. Michelle L. Clark ’89 and Mr. William Churchill Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Co ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Coda ’96 Mr. and Mrs. D. Alexander Colby Mr. and Mrs. John K.K. Collins ’48 Mr. and Mrs. William G.K. Collins ’82 Mr. and Ms. John R. Conrad ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Conroy The Rev. and Mrs. David P. Coon Drs. Robert and Kay Cooney Mr. Robert V. Cooper ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie G. Crandall Mrs. Jean P. Creadick Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Crosier Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Cundiff ’82
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Dacanay Mr. and Mrs. Reynaldo C. Dait Mrs. Vivian S.L. Dang Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Darmawan Mr. and Mrs. Wayne S. Date Mr. and Mrs. R. Joseph Davis, III ’62 Mr. Robert H. Dawson and Dr. Lauren K. Dawson
Drs. Steven and Ruth Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Enrique M. de Luna Mrs. Deane Infante DeCastro ’87 and Mr. Reid DeCastro Ms. Kathlyn Delos Santos Ms. Eunice M. DeMello Mr. and Mrs. Phil Derby Mrs. Sylvia H. Derby Dr. Carroll Diebold and Dr. Karen Burmeister Mr. Roy T. Doi ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley T. Doi ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. Donate Mr. and Mrs. Regan A. Downie ’97 Mr. Peter G. Drewliner and Mr.* Charles E. Higa Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Dugan Mr. and Mrs. David W. Dumas ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Dunn ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Maury Duque Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Dyer
Ms. Dawn T. Ebesu ’93 Ms. Rita J. Edwards-Motter Mr. Eric A. Elkind Dr. Howard Endo and Dr. Linda Hihara-Endo Dr. and Mrs. George Endow Mr. and Mrs. Bill F. Eng Ms. Andie M.T. Enomoto ’10 Mr. Roy R. Epstein and Ms. Jayne H. Hirata-Epstein Mr. Alan T. Esaki and Ms. Caren Jean S. Chun-Esaki Ms. Leslie Evans
Dr. Deanne Nakamoto Farach ’96 and Mr. Francisco J. Farach Mr. William C. Fargo ’04 Mr. Charles F. Fasi, II ’05 Ms. Kathy C. Fay Dr. and Mrs. Brian D. Fellmeth ’72 The Rev. and Mrs. Michael B. Ferguson Mr. Edward A. Fitzpatrick ’05 Mr. James D. Fitzpatrick ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Flanagan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brandon K. Flores ’90 Mr. Joel K. Flores
Mrs. Hilda L. Fo Ms. Annabelle C. Fong Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K.S. Fong ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J. Fong Mr. and Mrs. Randall L. Fong ’77 Dr. and Mrs. Rodney S.O. Fong ’73 Mr.* Henry Fordham, Jr. and Ms. Cecilia H. Fordham Ms. Leilani Fortuno and Mr. Mark K. Ozawa Mrs. Eriko Takai Frank ’90 and Dr. Maxwell Frank Mr. Stephen C. Franz ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery G. Freeman ’77 Mr. Richard N. Freeman ’47 Ms. Amy K. Freitas Mr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Frewert ’66 Mr. Jared K.M. Fujii ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Fujikami Mr. and Mrs. Lester B. Fujikami Mr. and Mrs. David T. Fujikawa Mr. and Mrs. George K. Fujikawa ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Allan T. Fujimoto Mrs. Irene Fujimoto Mr. and Mrs. Jitsuo Fujimura Mr. Winston M.K. Fujinaka ’99 Pat and Sommai* Fujioka Ms. Allison M. Fujita ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fujita Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Fujita ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred S. Fujita ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Shig Fujitani Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Fukada Mr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Fukuda Mr. Elton T. Fukumoto ’71 Dr. Jon S. Fukumoto ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Fukumoto ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred A. Fukumoto Mr. and Mrs. Royce S. Fukunaga ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. Fukushima Ms. Anne F. Fuller ’87 Mr. Edward I. Funasaki ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Eric K. Funasaki ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Francis T.P. Fung Mr. Dennis S. Furuike ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Randall H. Furukawa Mr. Richard S. Furuno ’47 Mr. and Mrs.* Francis T. Furusho Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I. Furuta Ms. Ashley K. Furuta ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Darol M. Furuta Mr. and Mrs. Hanzo Furuya Mr. and Mrs. George Fusato
Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo M. Gabriel, Jr. Mr. Ryan L. Gabriel ’95 and Mrs. Leslie S. Shirasu ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Danny H. Ganiko ’66 Mr. Robert B. Garbert Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Q. Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Allan P. Gaylord Ms. Carole Gee Mr. Michael Geib ’71 Ms. Melanie Bomke Gens ’05 Mr. Carl J. Geringer and Ms. Mayumi Nomura Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gesser Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Gibson ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Ginoza ’54 Mr. Brian J. Glover ’80 CPT and Mrs. Filemon B. Go Mrs. Mary Lynne Godfrey Mr. Benjamin A. Godsey and Dr. Yvonne L.H. Chan Dr. Jean S.L. Goh ’89 and Dr. Robert Glasgold Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Gomoto Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Gonsalves, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Byron C.L. Goo ’82 Dr. and Mrs. Elwin D.H. Goo ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn G.P. Goo ’65 Keenan and Diane Goo Mr. and Mrs. Sidney G.Y. Goo ’85 Mr. and Mrs.* Holbrook W. Goodale ’42 Mrs. Cynthia T. Goto Mrs. Emiko Goto Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Goto Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Goto Mr. Yoshio Goto ’02 Ms. Yurie Goto ’10 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Goya Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Goya ’66 LTC and Mrs. Ian N. Greene Mr. John Greene Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory, IV Dr. Jay L. Grekin The Rev. Dr. Brian J. Grieves ’64 Dr. Kimberly Ann Inouye Griffin ’97 and Mr. Nathan Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Griswold Mr. David Grossman and Ms. Fenlyn L.F. Wong Mrs. Stephanie Matsumoto Gruenert ’87 and Mr. Holger Gruenert
Mr. and Mrs. M. Randy Grune ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Gulledge Mr. and Mrs. Reid A. Gushiken Mr. Chance I. Gusukuma ’88
Ms. Joanna Takagi Habermann ’97 and Mr. Joshua Habermann Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Hafner Ms. Lauren T. Hagiwara ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Hamada Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Hamada ’74 Mrs. Cara-Ann M. Hamaguchi ’97 Mr. Ryan M. Hamaguchi ’03 Taylor R. Hamai ’14 Dr. and Mrs. Richard K. Hamamura ’52 Mr. Richard A. Hamasaki and Ms. Jennifer K. Dang Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hamilton ’65 Mr. Byron Han and Ms. Dorothy Chen Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K.K. Hanohano Mr. and Mrs. Arvid T. Hara ’48 Mr. Kurt Hara ’84 and Dr. Jann Furusho Hara ’84 Mrs. Chiyeko S. Harada Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Harada Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Harbottle Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison Mr. Thomas J.K.S. Hartwell ’11 Mr. Justin G. Haruki ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hasegawa Mr. and Mrs. Clint T. Hashiba ’78 Mr. Jason Y. Hashimoto ’85 and Mr. Paul Wood Mr. and Mrs.* Raymond K. Hatate ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Hatayama ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Joshua C.K. Hauanio Mr. Frank O. Hay, Jr. ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Hayashi ’67 Mr. Saburo Hayashi Mr. and Mrs. Ken K. Hayashida ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Eric N.S. Hee ’74 Mr. Gerald K.C. Hee ’71 Mr. Jasen K. Hee ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hee Mr.* and Mrs. William B.C. Hee ’51 Dr. and Mrs. Steven T. Heggeness Ms. Noelle S. Heise ’03 Dr. Kenneth R. Herrmann Drs. Dan Heslinga and Germaine H. Uehara
Mr. Ryan P. Hew ’97 and Ms. Jennifer M. Yoshiura ’98 Mrs. Catherine Higa Mr. Kenrick N. Higa ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Higa Mr. and Mrs. Milton Y. Higa Mr. Robby N. Higa ’93 Mr. Scott Higa ’82 and Mrs. Misao Mokuta Ms. Shayna A. Higa ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Higa ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Tomoyoshi Higa Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Y. Higashihara Mrs. Toshie T. Hihara Mrs. Jenny Taoka Hilscher ’89 and Mr. Greg Hilscher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hinderleider Mr. Alvin Y. Hirabara ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace T. Hirai Mr. and Mrs. Izumi Hirano Mr. Robin A. Hirano ’88 Ms. Vicki A. Hirano ’93 Mr. Vinson H. Hirano ’87 and Mrs. Dawn Izawa Hirano ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Mitsuyoshi Hiraoka Mr. Sean K. Hiraoka ’85 and Mrs. Diana Wong Hiraoka ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Hirashiki ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Hirashima Mrs. Ann S. Hirata and Mr. Brian Hirata Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. Hirata Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Hirata Mr. and Mrs. Ernest K. Hirata ’60 Mr. Edson T. Hirohata ’80 Mr. David Hirokane and Ms. Yoshiko Tsukamoto Mr. and Mrs. Kuraichi Hirokawa Mr. and Mrs. Patrick I. Hironaga ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Hironaka Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Hirose Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Hirota Mrs. Betty F. Hirozawa Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Hisaoka, Sr. Dr. Amy Apisa Hitzeman ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Bertram N. Hiu ’41 Mr.* and Mrs. Richard W.C. Ho Mr. Brian G.M. Ho ’75 Mr. Edwin K.S. Ho ’85 and Mrs. Carleen Arii Ho ’86 Drs. Melvin K.P. ’62 and Bonnie Ho Mr. Nicholas K. Ho ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Ho Mr. and Mrs. Charles Honda Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Honda ’72 Dr. Randall Honda
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hong Mrs. Alyssa S. Hostelley ’92 Mr. Grant E. Howe ’71 Mr. Brinton K. Howerton ’05 Mr. and Mrs.* Alan W. M. Hu Miss Liane C.M.L. Hu ’05 Ms. Fumi W. Hua Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Hvidding
Dr. and Mrs. Craig K. Ichinose ’61 Mr. and Mrs. F. Robin Ichinose ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Ideta Mr. Jonathan A. Iida ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Iida ’51 Ms. Romi T. Iida ’98 Mr. Kenneth Y. Iinuma ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Ikeda Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ikeda Mr. and Mrs. Archie T. Ikehara Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Imai Mr. and Mrs. Randal T. Imai ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Paul W.O. In ’49 Dr. and Mrs. Alson S. Inaba ’79 Mr. and Mrs.* Masahiro Inaba Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Inamine Ms. Nikki P. Inamine ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Darrell H.W. Ing ’69 Mr. Douglas T.K. Ing ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Inn Mr. and Mrs. Calvin K. Inouye ’68 Dr. and Mrs. Carey S. Inouye ’66 Mr. Craig T. Inouye Mr. and Mrs. Derek M. Inouye ’85 Mr. Edward N. Inouye ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Inouye Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey K. Inouye Mrs. Kay Inouye Dr. and Mrs. Kensey S. Inouye ’72 Mr. Ricky H. Inouye Mr. Ryan I. Inouye ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Brian S. Isa Ms. Kristi Yap Iseke ’94 and Dr. Harold Iseke Mr.* and Mrs. Nobuhiro Iseri Dr. and Mrs. Jay T. Ishida ’94 Dr. and Mrs. Jon M. Ishihara Ms. Allison M. Ishii ’02 Dr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Ishikawa ’69 Mr. Stuart H. Ishikawa ’82 Mr. Wade Y. Ishimoto ’59 Dr. Kevin Ishioka ’96 and Ms. Emily Wang Mr. and Mrs. Hachiro Ishizu
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Y. Ito Dr. Erick M. Itoman ’90 and Mrs. Laurene Haga Itoman ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert T. Iwai Mr. and Mrs.* Raymond E. Iwamoto ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Shigeo Iwamoto Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Iwao ’55 Mr. George K. Izumi ’55 Randy and Karie Izuo Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Y. Izuo
Mrs. Wendy Kajiwara Jenkins ’86 and Mr. R. Eben Jenkins COL and Mrs. Soot M. Jew Mr. and Mrs. Brandon G.M. Jim On ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Brian G.L. Jim On Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Jinbo ’49 Mr. and Mrs. James V. Johnson Mrs. Joy Fujimori Johnson ’93 and Mr. Eric C. Johnson Mr. William H. Johnson ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Kyle E. Jones Mr. Royce A. Jones and Ms. Judy H. Strait-Jones COL and Mrs. Russell C. Jones ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Leigh D. Josephson Mrs. Alice Jow Mrs. Jeani Tsukamoto Jow ’93 and Mr. Carlton Jow Mrs. Lisa Lin Jumamil ’88 and Mr. Jim Jumamil Mr. Murjaodi Jusuf and Mrs. Devayani Tjahyaodi Mr. and Mrs. S. Francis Jusuf
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Kado Mr. and Mrs. Darren T. Kai ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Randal M. Kaiura ’81 Dr. Scott A. Kajihara ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Kajiyama COL and Mrs. Gregg K. Kakesako ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Lance M. Kakuno ’69 Dr. and Mrs. Elliot J. Kalauawa ’71 Mr. Aaron T. Kam ’82 Dr. Franklin S.S. Kam ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Kamada Mr. and Mrs. Allen M. Kamemoto Ms. Erin M. Kamemoto ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kamemoto ’71
Mr.* and Mrs. Jerry Kami Ms. Erin R. Kamikawa ’99 Ms. Tracy L. Kamikawa ’00 Mr. David Kamimura Mr. Irving H. Kamisato ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Kamitaki ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Derek P.S. Kamm ’99 Mr. Kip K. Kamoto ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice T. Kanda ’73 Mrs. Joelle Segawa Kane ’87 and Mr. Micah Kane Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaneko Brian ’76 and Deanne Kanekuni Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Kanekuni Mr. and Mrs. Jody K. Kanemaru Dr. and Mrs. Mark T. Kanemori ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Keith S. Kaneshige ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kaneshiro The Rev.* and Mrs. Morimasa Kaneshiro Mr. Stanley T. Kanetake ’60 Dr. Christopher S. Kang ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R.A. Kanno Mrs. Florence C. Kanno Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Kano Mr. and Mrs. Calvin K. Kasashima Mr. and Mrs. Osamu Kasashima Mr.* and Mrs. Clifford H. Kashiwabara Mr.* and Mrs. Royal M. Kashiwahara ’51 Mrs. Doris Kashiwai Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Kashiwamura ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Katada Mr. and Mrs. Terry Katagiri Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Katahara Mr. and Mrs. Berton T. Kato ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S. Kato ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Kenn K. Kato Ms. Mitzie Kato Mr. Russell S. Kato ’72 and Ms. Charleen M. Aina Mr. and Mrs. M. Tsuneo Katsumoto ’47 COL and Mrs. Charles M. Katsuyoshi ’57 Mr. Clayton M. Katsuyoshi ’92 Mrs. Annie C. Kau Mrs. Katsuyo Kawabata Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kawai ’51 Mr. Wayne H. Kawakami and Ms. Denise E. Nakano Dr. Hilari K. Kawakami-Wong ’02 Mrs. Angeline Furumoto Kawamoto ’97 and Dr. Scott T. Kawamoto Mr. and Mrs. Eric K. Kawamura ’72 Dr. and Mrs. Keith T. Kawamura ’92 Ms. Leslie-Anne N. Kawano ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Nolan N. Kawano The Rev. Roland M. Kawano ’62 *Denotes deceased
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kawasaki ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Kawatachi ’65 Mr. Marcus L. Kawatachi ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Miles S. Kawatachi ’62 Mr. Davin T. Kazama ’94 and Mrs. Noelani Soriano Kazama ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefer Dr. Gina Batacan Kellner ’87 and Mr. Bart Kellner Miss Corey S.K. Kelsom ’06 Mr. Quentin K. Kelsom and Mrs. Iris R. Asato-Kelsom The Rev. and Mrs. David K. Kennedy ’50 Paul ’52 and Rebe Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred K. Keola, Jr. ’73 Mr. Ricky D. Key Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Kibota Mr.* and Mrs. Leo K. Kida Mr. and Mrs. Yoshito Kidani Mrs. Ruth S. Kiehm Ms. Lindsay R. Kikawa ’04 Mr. Peter Y. Kikuta ’84 and Mrs. Lisa Matsumoto Kikuta ’83 Dr. and Mrs. James D. Killeen Mr. and Mrs. Charles C.S. Kim Mrs. Dorothy O. Kim Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Kim ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Grant T. Kim Ms. Hedee N. Kim ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Howard U.H. Kim, Jr. ’78 Mr. Rex K.C. Kim Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Kim Mr. Wayne R.N. Kimi ’84 Mr. Daniel C. Kimura ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Darrell H. Kimura Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Kimura ’55 Col. (Ret) and Mrs. Kay S. Kimura Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Kimura Mr. and Mrs. Kurtis D. Kimura Mrs. Margaret M. Kimura Mr. and Mrs. Victor T. Kimura Mr. and Mrs. Yoshinobu Kimura Mrs. Garfield King Mrs. Anne L. Kinnel Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Kinningham Mr. Travis K. Kinoshita ’89 Mr. Hiram Y. Kitagawa ’59 Mrs. Motoko Kitagawa Ms. Yuko Kitagawa Mr. Karl Kiyokawa ’79 and Mrs. Jerrie A. Kiyokawa ’84 Mr. Blaine A.A. Kiyuna ’93 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Klimenko Ms. Linda J. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Katsuhiro Kobashigawa
Mr. and Mrs. Ken S. Kobayashi ’90 Patrick and Kris Kobayashi Mrs. Lily F. Kobayashi Mr. and Mrs. Masaru Kobayashi Mr.* and Mrs. Elbert T. Kodama Mr. and Mrs. Wade K. Kodama Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Koga ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Koga Mr. and Mrs. Alan I. Kojima ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Kojima ’46 Mrs. Bree Kurihara Komagome ’95 and Mr. Alan Komagome Mrs. Laurie Young Komatsu ’98 and Mr. Sidney Komatsu Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Komeiji ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Mitsugi Komo Mr. and Mrs. Cody K. Kondo ’74 Mrs. Roseline Kondo Dr. and Mrs. Seiji Kondo Ms. Cathy Gee Kong ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Brad A. Konishi ’83 Mrs. Julie Umemoto Konishi ’89 and Mr. Sean Konishi Mr. Kourtney K. Kono ’92 Mr. Lee I. Korenaga ’04 Mr.* and Mrs. Gilbert M. Korenaga Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Kosaki ’82 Mr.* and Mrs. Wesley T. Kouchi Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Koyanagi Mr. and Mrs. Craig Y. Koyanagi Mr. Garrett Krueger ’88 and Ms. Mieko Hart
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Krumm ’71 Mr. and Mrs. George K. Ku Mr. Jarrett G.K.G.K. Ku ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K. Kubo Mr. Benjamin A. Kudo ’68 Alton and Susan Kuioka Mr. and Mrs. Katsuhiro Kumagai Mrs. Elaine Esaki Kunitake ’94 and Mr. Kyle Kunitaki Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R. Kuniyoshi ’81 Mrs. Mary C. Kuniyoshi Miss Emily Kuo ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Kuraoka Mr. Ross K. Kuraya ’74 Dr. Dawn Matsui Kuriyama ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Kuroda, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Kuroda LTC and Mrs. Jason I. Kuroiwa ’85 Mr. Akihiro D. Kurokawa ’97 Dr. and Mrs. Hideki P. Kurokawa Mr. and Mrs. Allen T. Kusano CAPT and Mrs. Neal J. Kusumoto ’77 Mr.* and Mrs. Kenneth S. Kusumoto ’53 Mr. Ryan K. Kusumoto ’93 and Mrs. Erin Miyamoto Kusumoto ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin T. Kutara Ms. Susan K. Kuwabara ’93 Mr. Carl S. Kuwada ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Sam K.G. Kwee Mr. Waley C.M. Kwock Dr. Alison G. Kwok Dr. and Mrs. Daniel W.Y. Kwok Mr. James A. Kwon ’89
Ms. Kristie I. Lai ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Garrett K.K. Lam ’87 Mr. George K.W. Lam Dr. and Mrs. Gordon K.W. Lam ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. H. Lam ’93 Mrs. Norma E. Lamprech Ms. Camilla K.L. Lau ’00 Mr. Christopher Brett Lau ’98 and Dr. Lauren J.M. Imai-Lau ’98 Mr. Edward H. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Edward S.K. Lau ’90 Mr. Garret D. Lau ’84 and Dr. Stacy Miyamoto Lau ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey S.Y. Lau ’65 Mrs. Hang Hin Lee Lau Mr. and Mrs. Henry W.H. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Howard Y.H. Lau ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Jason H. Lau ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Lin T. Lau Mr.* and Mrs. Wilfred D. Lau Dr.* and Mrs. Leonard Lau Dr. Rhiana Lau ’98 and Mr. Daniel Wong Ms. Sherri T. Y. Lau Dr. and Mrs. Spencer A. Lau Mr. Terrence W.Y. Lau ’75 Mr. and Mrs. William M.Y. Lau ’64 Dr. Brian C.W. Law ’94 Dr. Lam Hoang Le and Dr. Lenhanh Pham Tran Mr. and Mrs. Adrian I.D. Lee ’77 Mr.* and Mrs. Norman Lee Ms. Anne W. Lee ’96 and Mr. Owen Chan Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H.K. Lee ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard K.Y. Lee Dr. Bradford W. Lee ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Brandon A. Lee ’78 Dr. Brandon W. Lee ’98 Mr. Brennan G.C. Lee ’92 and Mrs. Karyn Doi Lee ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Brian B. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Brian C.P. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Tai Bun Lee ’55 Calvin F.S. ’59 and Linda L. Lee Mr. Christopher K. Lee ’88 and Ms. Sharlene R. Ginoza-Lee Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A.W.Y. Lee ’70 Ms. Courtney F. Lee ’99 Mr. Edward Y.H. Lee ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Eric S.H. Lee ’72 Mr. John Y.H. Lee, Sr. ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Lee ’91 Mr. Leroy H.L. Lee ’61 Dr. Meta Tjan Lee ’85 and Dr. Jeffrey D. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Lee ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Ringo W. Lee Mrs.* Ruth W. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Rees L. Lee Dr. Tracie Hata Lee ’89 Dr. V. Ted Leon and Ms. Elaine E. Rossi Mr. and Mrs. Francis C.L. Leong Dr. and Mrs. Gordon K. Leong ’56 Mr. and Mrs. James C.F. Leong ’61 Mrs. Lisa Murashige Leong ’96 and Mr. Darin Leong Drs. Oren ’59 and Jo-Ann Leong Mrs. Raquel H.K. Leong Mr. and Mrs. Allan Y.S. Leu Ms. Yuk Ping Leung Mr. Dennis M. T. Li Mr. Jeffrey D. Li ’97 Mr. Robert K.K. Li ’98
Ms. Verly L. Li Mr. Christopher G. Lim ’94 and Dr. Aileen Lim Dr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lim ’77 Ms. Nicole E.K.F. Lim ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lim ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Limm Whitney ’76 and Harvalee Limm Dr. Jeffrey M.C. Lin ’83 Dr. Peili Lin ’81 and Mrs. Leona Pang Lin ’83 Miss Barbara J. Lindblad Mr. Collin C.P. Ling Mrs. Lynn Ling Dr. and Mrs. Michael C.C. Ling Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K.H. Liu Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert L.F. Liu Judge and Mrs. David W. Lo ’64 Miss Shirley E. Longo Mrs. Edean L. Loo COL George W.T. Loo ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Loughridge Mr. James J.Y. Louis ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J.Y. Louis ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J.K. Louis ’70 Mrs. Chrysti Chun Lu ’93 and Mr. Chieh Fu Lu Ms. Kellie A.O.J. Lui ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Lui-Kwan Mr. and Mrs. James M.O. Luke ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Kendal A. Luke Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Lum Dr. and Mrs. Darren P. Lum ’89 Dr. Mark Lum ’76 and Ms. Lynn M. Otaguro Dr. Peter Be Tuck Lum ’71 and Ms. Deborah Hazama
Dr. Mindy M. Ma ’89 Dr. and Mrs. Adolf G. Mader Ms. Elisa A. Mader ’92 Mr.* and Mrs. Yasuyuki Maeda Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maeda Mr. Donald H. Mahaffy ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Maii ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Main Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Main Mr. and Mrs. William Maitland Mr. and Mrs. Newell Makahanaloa Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Malilay Mrs. Lynn Katahara Malinger ’89 and Mr. Sean Malinger
Mr. Maxie Maneafaiga Mr. Daniel P. Manning ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Holika Manupule Mr. and Mrs. David R. Marabella Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Marcello Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Maria Mrs. Marjorie Martin Mr. Perry Martin Mr. and Mrs. Derek Martinson Mrs. Grace F. Marumoto Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Maruyama Ms. Tamlyn M. Maruyama ’09 Mr. and Mrs.* James M. Masaki Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Masatsugu Mrs. Yvette Yuen Maskrey ’84 and Mr. Jim Maskrey Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Masuda Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Masuda ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Brian I. Masutani ’73 Mr. Deven T. Matayoshi ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matsu Mr. Alan S. Matsuda ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Derrick M. Matsuda Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Matsuda Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Matsuda ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Matsumoto Ms. Donna Tanigawa Matsumoto ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Glen T. Matsumoto ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Hisashi Matsumoto ’46 Mr. and Mrs. John K. Matsumoto ’89 Mr. Paul K. Matsumoto ’91 and Ms. Kristie J. Okazaki Mr. Peter A. Matsumoto Mr. and Mrs.* Yoshito Matsumoto Mr. and Mrs. Jon Matsuo Mr. and Mrs. George H. Matsuoka Dr. and Mrs. Michael M. Matsushima, II Mr. Howard A. Matsuura Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Matsuwaka Mr. Brian M. Matsuyama ’77 Dr. and Mrs. Gerald N. Matsuyama ’75 Mr. Marshall K. Mau ’70 Mr. Ryan H. Mau ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. McCarty Mr. and Mrs. C. Kevin McCrary ’79 Ian ’79 and Janet McCutcheon Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. McKillop ’49 Mr. and Mrs. John S. McKinney ’55 Dr. Janet F. McLaren ’95 Chadwick A.F.L.K. Medeiros ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Kirk K. Mento ’80 Mr. Ryan Y. Migita ’00 and Mrs. Gail Shinkawa Migita ’00
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mihara Mr. Ross T. Mihara ’81 Dr. Lawrence Miike ’58 and Ms. Kiliwehi Kono Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. Mikami Mr. and Mrs. William W. Milks, Jr. Mr. Christian A. Millan ’88 and Ms. Andrea Messer Mr. and Mrs. John P. Miller, Jr. CPT and Mrs. Thomas H. Miller Mr. William Miller Mr. and Mrs. Frank I. Minami Mr. Jason M. Minami ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Minn ’44 Mr. and Mrs.* Hubert P. Minn ’65 Ms. Michelle Yamashita Minn ’97 and Mr. Vail Minn Mr. Reed G. Minuth ’67 and Dr. Megin Minuth Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Mitsuyasu Mr. Stephen Y. Mitsuzawa ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Yoshio Mitsuzawa Mr. and Mrs. Francis Miura Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Miwa Mr. and Mrs. Ernest N. Miyagi Mrs. Carol O. Miyahara Mr. and Mrs. Asa P. Miyahira ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Miyama ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Calvin S. Miyamoto ’58 Mrs. Georgeanne K. Miyamoto Mr. James A.K. Miyamoto ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miyamoto Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Miyamoto ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Miles T. Miyamoto ’67 Ms. Paulette A. Miyamoto Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Miyamoto Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Miyamoto Mrs. Susan S. Miyamoto Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Miyasaki Mr.* and Mrs. Albert Miyasato Mr. James T. Miyashiro, Jr. ’93 Mrs. Joelle Inamine Miyashiro ’96 and Dr. Michael J. Miyashiro Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Miyashiro ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Miyashita ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Gavien N. Miyata ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Miyata Drs. Glenn and Lynette Miyataki Mr. Marc T. Mizuta ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Robin T. Mizuta Ms. Clarissa J. Moku Mr. and Mrs. Nelson K. Moku, III ’91 Mrs. Merle S. Momita Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Monaco ’91
Mr. Richard M. Monroe ’89 Dr. and Mrs. Steve Montgomery Mr. Alan Moo ’58 and Ms. Barbara Park Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D.K. Moon ’44 The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. David C. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Moran Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Y. Mori ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Ken T. Morikami ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Morimoto Mr.* and Mrs. Kent R. Morimoto ’80 Mr. Marc S. Morimoto ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Morimoto ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Scott K. Morimoto ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Morioka Mr. and Mrs. Sanford A. Morioka ’85 Mark and Doris Morisaki Mr.* and Mrs. Robert M. Morisato Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Morita Mr. and Mrs. Haruo Moriwaki Mr. and Mrs. Lee Y. Moriwaki Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Moroye Mr. and Mrs. Shawn B. Morrissey Mr. C. Michael Moses ’93 and Dr. Kari Chang-Moses ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Mossing Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Motokawa ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. Motooka Mrs. Janice Y. Motoshige and Mr. Edwin Y. Motoshige Mr. and Mrs. Kerry W.L. Mow ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Moy Mr. Kenneth T. Mukaigawa ’49 Mr. Robert L. Mumper ’61 and Mrs. Rebecca M. Rosenberg Mr. Harry I. Munemasa ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I. Muneno Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Murakami ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Elton Y. Murakami ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Milton Murakami Dr. and Mrs. Paul Y. Murakami Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Muranaka Mr. and Mrs. Carl I. Muraoka ’76 Mrs. Doris E. Muraoka Mr. Eric M. Muraoka ’04 Ms. Kelsey K. Muraoka ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Muraoka ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Muraoka ’72 Mr. Travis I. Muraoka ’09 Mr. Trent I. Muraoka ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Murata Mr. and Mrs. James P. Murphy ’83
Mr. and Mrs. Michael N. Nagaji ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Nagami Dr. and Mrs. George I. Nagao Dr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Nagata ’71 Mr.* and Mrs. David J. Nagata The Honorable and Mrs. Russel S. Nagata ’69 Mr. Todd Y. Nagata Ms. Lisa A. Nagatoshi ’94 Mr. Blaise M. Nakagawa, Jr. and Mrs. Michele D. Kim-Nakagawa COL and Mrs. Dean R. Nakagawa ’67 LTC(R) and Mrs. Mark T. Nakagawa ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Nelson K. Nakagawa ’57 Mrs. Pamela M. Nakagawa Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Nakahara ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Tadaka Nakahata Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Nakahodo ’56 Mr. Greg T. Nakajo ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Kyle A. Nakakura Mr. Dave J. Nakama ’85 Ms. Gaylynn Nakamatsu ’91 Mr. Robert Y. Nakamatsu ’58 Mr. and Mrs. David S. Nakamoto ’58 Mrs. Edna J. Nakamoto Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Nakamoto ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Kirk W.M. Nakamoto ’91 Dr. and Mrs. Stuart S. Nakamoto ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Nakamoto Mrs. Adora Nakamura Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Nakamura ’74 Ms. Gail S. Nakamura Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Nakamura ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Nakamura Mrs. Lynne S. Nakamura Dr. and Mrs. Marc K. Nakamura Mr. Marc T. Nakamura ’95 Mr. Michael Nakamura ’96 and Ms. Randi M. Tsushima ’96 Mr. Nolan T. Nakamura ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Reese R. Nakamura ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Y. Nakamura ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Yoshio Nakamura Mr. and Mrs. Darren D. Nakao ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Dean T. Nakasone ’74 Dr. Clyde H. Nakayama ’68 Mr. Ronald J. Nakayama ’55 Dr. and Mrs. Roy T. Nakayama ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Nako Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.L.S. Nakoa ’47 Mr. Kawika C. Nakoa ’02
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Namiki Mr. Scott T. Nekota ’83 Mr. Keiichi Nemoto Dr. Ho Leung Ng ’90 and Ms. Chenghua Li Mr. Randall W.Y. Ng ’60 Ms. Alison Uyehara Ngo ’86 and Mr. Viet Ngo Dr. John T.P. Nguyen ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Bat Cuong Nham Mr. Christopher C. Nichols ’98 Mr. Robert C. Nichols and Mrs. Aileen Carlos Dr. and Mrs. Howard K. Nihei Mr. and Mrs. Matao Nihei Mr. and Mrs. Noriaki Niimura Mr. and Mrs. George S. Niino Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niitani Mr. George T. Niitani Mr. Jason Y. Nikaido ’96 and Mrs. Jennifer Ching Nikaido ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Isao Nishiguchi Mr. and Mrs. Jason Y. Nishikawa ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Y. Nishikawa ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Nishimoto Jon and Elizabeth A. Nishimoto Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Nishimoto Mrs. Codie T. Nishimura Dr. and Mrs. Roger S. Nishimura, Jr. ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Nishioka ’55 Dr. Junedale Y. Nishiyama ’92 and Mr. Ethan Twer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Nishiyama Mr. Darryl K. Nitta ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K. Nitta Mr. Kyle H. Nitta ’72 Ms. Laurie K. Nitta ’09 Mr. Eric T. Nobunaga ’73 Mrs. Lorraine T. Noda Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Noda ’79 Ms. Dawn Noguchi-Lui Mr. and Mrs. Darryl T. Nohara Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Nohara Mr. and Mrs. Masayuki Nohara Mrs. Betty A. Nojima Mr. Justin K. Nomi ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Nomura Mrs. Debra Hashimoto Novotny ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Nuha ’56 Dr. Andrew M. Nuibe ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Blake M. Nuibe Ms. Kelly K. Nuibe ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Nunokawa
Dr. and Mrs. Marcelo A. Obando Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Obrock ’74 Dr. and Mrs. Jon E. Oda ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Oda Mrs. Natalie Oda Mr. and Mrs. Walter I. Oda ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. O’Day ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Grant K. Odo Mr. and Mrs.* Yoso Odo Mr. and Mrs.* Edwin T. Ogasawara ’46 Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Ogawa ’44 Mrs. Fujiko Ogawa Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred T. Ogomori ’48 Ms. Susan Oh Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Ohara Mr. Harold H. Ohata and Dr. Yoshie Takagi Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Y. Ohta Mrs. Leatrice K. Oie Dr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Oishi ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce I. Okada Mr. and Mrs. Corey H. Okamura Ms. Leilani Y. Okaneku Miss Lisa K. Okaneku ’05 Mr. Todd S. Okasaki ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. Okazaki Mr. Elliot K.M. Oki ’00 Ms. Mary Okihara Mr. and Mrs. Kris K. Okimoto ’98 Mr. Kyle Okimoto ’85 and Ms. Stacy S. Kim Mr. and Mrs. Norman N. Okimoto ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Okimoto Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Okimura Mr. and Mrs. Grant M. Okimura Mr. Elden H. Okimura Ms. Lori E. Okimura Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Okino ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N. Okubo ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Norman M. Okubo ’50 Dr. and Mrs. Wynn H. Okuda Mr. and Mrs. George T. Okuhara Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Okumura Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin H. Okumura ’74 Mr. Kyle K. Okumura ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Okumura ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A.K. O’Leary Mr. and Mrs.* Stephen I. Omiya ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Omori Mr. and Mrs. Wendall H. Omura ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Alvin T. Onaka ’65 Mr. Clayton H. Ono ’79
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S. Ono Mr. and Mrs. Ira-Vance Ono Mr. and Mrs. Miles M. Ono ’61 Mr. Reyn S.P. Ono ’10 Mr. Ryan K.K. Ono ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Osako ’84 Ms. Renee Osborne Ms. Iris M. Oshiro Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln K. Oshiro ’81 Dr. and Mrs. Milton M. Oshiro ’61 Dr. Roxane A. Oshiro ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Oshita ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Y. Otaguro Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Otaguro Ms. June S. Otake Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Otani ’70 Mr. and Mrs. David N. Otani ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Otani ’76 Ms. Karen A. Otani ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell H. Otani Drs. Clive ’71 and Mari Otsuka Mr.* and Mrs. Charles I. Otsuka Dr. and Mrs. Wendell Y. Oumaye ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Owen, III Mr. and Mrs. Akira Oyakawa John ’62 and Lani Ozaki Mr. Gordon I. Ozawa
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Payson Mrs. Linn Reiko Pellarin ’87 and Mr. Federico Pellarin Ms. Chelsea M.L.J. Peltier ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Todd J. Peltzer Mr. Eric D. Perkins ’96 and Mrs. Melissa Fujimoto Perkins ’99 Mr. Patrick T. Perkins ’77 and Ms. Irene Holroyd Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Peterson Dr. and Mrs. Ted N. Pettit Ms. Carol G. Pham ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Phifer ’65 Mr. Solomon Phillip and Ms. Serena Stefanic-Phillip Mr. and Mrs. Rey Pinacate, Sr. Dr. Jordan E. Pinsker and Dr. Angela Hsu Dr. and Mrs. Richard Pinsker Mr. and Mrs. David K. Poe, Jr. Mrs. Taesha Ho Porcelli ’92 and Mr. Chris G. Porcelli Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Porick Mr. Jeremy C. Porter ’01 Dr. Devin P. Puapong ’93 Mr. and Mrs. George M. Pusins ’89 Ms. Leigh Anne Quan
Ms. Valerie Kirk Pacific ’83 The Revs. Harry and Carmen Pak Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Palk ’81 Mr. and Mrs. David P. Palk ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Palmer Mrs. Erin Adaniya Palmer ’91 and Mr. Steve Palmer Dr. and Mrs. Allen G.W. Pang ’90 Mr. Bing Duck Pang ’44 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan D. Pang ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Courtland H.L. Pang ’65 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Pang ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C.M. Pang Dr. and Mrs. Richard K.S. Pang ’47 Ms. Stacy Shibao Papadopoulos ’88 and Mr. Mark Papadopoulos Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pape Mr. George E. Pararas-Carayannis ’92 Ms. Chin-Ju Park ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Wonsik Park Mrs. Felicitas D. Pascua Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pascua ’85 Mr. Ravi M. Patel ’03
Ms. Ashley E. Raethel ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Hilton R. Raethel Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Rand COL and Mrs. Richard K. Rankin Ms. Elisa Raras-Estrella Mrs. Chie Usami Reyes ’94 and Mr. Jonathan R.C. Reyes Mrs. Jill K. Richardson O’Brien ’88 and Mr. Thomas O’Brien Mr. Cameron T. Robert ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Robinson Dale and Marilyn Rockey Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Rodrigues ’82 Mrs. Jill Tamashiro Rodriguez ’87 and Mr. Jorge Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Juan Roldan, Jr. Dr. Joseph C. Rosenberg ’84 Mr. Walter R. Ross, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rupert
Ms. Kate E.M. Saari ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sadowski ’69 Mr. Jonathan K. Sadoyama ’99 Dr. James M. Sagawa ’58 Mr. Jason K. Sahara ’90 Mr.* and Mrs. Charles T. Saito ’44 Mr. James C.Y. Saito ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Sakaguchi Mr. Casey S. Sakai Jay and Diane Sakai Miss Katie S. Sakai ’04 Mr. Richard K. Sakai ’55 Mrs. Aiko Sakamoto Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Y. Sakamoto Mr. Edward K. Sakamoto ’58 Ms. Jennie M. Sakamoto ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sakamoto Mr. Reid I. Sakamoto ’09 Mr. Rick S. Sakamoto and Dr. Carla J. Nip-Sakamoto Mr. Scott Y. Sakamoto ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Sakamoto ’62 Mr. Neal T. Sakima ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Sakimoto ’46 Mrs. Tsuneko Sakka Mr. and Mrs. Edwin T. Sakoda ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Sakuda ’76 Dr. Michael K. Sakuda ’87 and Mrs. Christine Maii Sakuda ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Kyle T. Sakumoto Mr. and Mrs. Todd Sanehira Mrs. Angela C. Sangalang Dr. Cari Goya Sasaki ’96 Dr. Gordon H. Sasaki Mr. John S. Sasaki ’85 and Ms. Eda Suh Mr. and Mrs. Keith I. Sasaki ’77 Mr. Stanley K. Sasaki ’58 Mr. Jeffrey T. Sato ’84 Ms. Michelle T. Sato ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Randall K. Sato Dr. Ronson J. Sato ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley M. Sato ’78 Mr. Donald M. Satogata ’53 Mr. Ryan K. Satogata ’95 Mr. James B. Saum, Jr. ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Saylors Mr. C.E. Rags Scanlan ’59 Miss Cynthia D. Scheinert Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Schneider Mrs. Winifred Lee Schroeder ’99 Mr. and Mrs. James Sclabassi
Mr. Gregory Y. Sekiya ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Wendall L. Sen ’77 Dr. Paul K. Seo ’79 Mr. James Serikaku Mr. Jose Serna and Dr. A. Kuulei Serna Mrs. Christie Yoshida Setnan ’85 and Mr. Michael Setnan Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey S.H. Seto ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Hugo S.H. Seto ’49 Mr. Blane I. Setogawa ’75 LTC and Mrs. Lincoln H. Shibao Mr. and Mrs. Corey B. Shibata ’87 Dr. Neil Y. Shibuya ’70 Ms. Tara L.E. Shibuya ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Yoshio Shibuya Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Shido Mr. and Mrs. Eric H. Shigaki Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Shigeta Mr. and Mrs. Natsuo Shigezawa Mr. Billy H.T. Shim ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shim Dr. Walton K.T. Shim ’49 Mr. and Mrs. David K. Shimabuku ’87 Mr. Eric Shimabuku and Ms. Leslie Kop Shimabuku Mr. Eric E. Shimabukuro ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Shimamoto Dr. Stacy E. Shimata ’04 Mr. and Mrs. David S. Shimazu Mr. and Mrs. Masayuki Shimazu Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Shimokawa Mr. and Mrs. Brent H. Shimokawa ’84 Dr. Gregg A. Shimomura ’78 Mr. Roy T. Shimonishi Ms. Kristin A. Shinkawa ’02 Mr. Norman A. Shinkoethe ’67 Dayne ’73 and Shari Shinsato Ms. Irene A. Shinsato Mr. and Mrs. Tamotsu Shintaku Mr. Scott N. Shiraishi ’03 Ms. Traci S. Shiraishi ’01 Dr. and Mrs. Carlton A. Shiraki Mr. Jordan A. Shiraki ’05 Ms. Laura A. Shiraki ’03 Mr. and Mrs.* Hiromi Shiramizu Mrs. Alisa Bell Shirbish ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Yoshiaki Shiroma Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Shishido Mr. Michael J. Shulman Ms. Vicky W.K. Shum ’92 Mrs. Allison Waltz Silva ’96 and Mr. Brandon Silva Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Silva, Jr. ’77 The Rev. and Mrs. Michael O.C. Silva ’82
Mr. and Mrs. John A.J. Simbahon Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sin Mr. and Mrs. Carter K.K.S.S. Siu ’92 Eugene ’59 and Eunice Siu CPT Bill R. Slack and Mrs. Judith Wigren-Slack Mr. and Mrs. Harald A. Smedal, III Mr. Robert Smith and Mrs. Susan Whang-Smith Mr. Robert Smith and Ms. Maxine F. Kawamura Mr. Robert H. Smith, Jr. ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Alan A. Soneda ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Y.H. Soo ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S. Soon Dr. Russell F.M. Soon ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Sean F. Soon ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Soriano Mr. Rodrick J. Spadinger ’90 Ms. Melissa K. Spence ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Spoehr Mrs. Joan P. Steele Mr. Robert K. Steiner, Jr. and Mrs. Melanie M. Kuroiwa-Steiner Mr. Robert A. Stephenson and Ms. Sharon Billingsley Mr. John A. Stepien ’95 Ms. Miriam K. Stevens Dr. William L. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. R. Dean Straw ’63 Mr. Michael H. Subiaga ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Subiaga Mr. and Mrs. Dalton M. Sue Mr. and Mrs.* Duke H.F. Sue Mr. and Mrs. Marshall K. Suehiro Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Suehisa Mr. Alan K. Suemori ’75 Mr. Scott Y. Suetsugu ’95 Mr. Reginald T. Suma ’67 Dr. and Mrs. Ryan N. Sumida Mrs. Shannon Ishikawa Sumida ’90 Dr. and Mrs. David A.H. Sumikawa ’85 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sumner, Jr. Mr. Carl K. Sunada Mr. Jared R. Sunada ’96 Mr.* and Mrs. Tsuneo Sunada Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W.J. Sung ’82 Mr. Matthew J.M. Suzuki ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Randal K. Suzuki Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Suzuki Mr.* and Mrs. Douglas J. Suzuki Mr. and Mrs. Brian Swain COL and Mrs. M. Glenn Swindler Mrs. Thecla Switaj
Mrs. Jeanette Taam Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Y. Tabata ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin T. Taga Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Tagami ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Tagawa Mr. and Mrs. Takahiro K. Taguchi Mr. and Mrs. William Taguchi Mrs. Jean F. Tahara Mr. and Mrs. Rodney T. Tajima ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Tajima ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Takafuji Mr. and Mrs. Brian Takahashi ’76 Mrs. Grace S. Takahashi Ms. Iris C. Takahashi Mr. Michael I. Takahashi and Ms. Andrea Woods Mr.* and Mrs. Ken Takahashi Dr. Masaki Takai ’86 and Dr. Amanda Ho Takai ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Takaki LTC and Mrs. Paul K. Takamiya Mr. Sean S. Takamori ’95 Dr. Stacey Kubota Takanishi ’84 and Mr. Dale Takanishi Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Takara ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Takata Mrs. Amy Takayama Drs. Kathryn and Richard Takazawa Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I. Takazawa Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Takeda Mr. and Mrs. Tyler S. Takehara ’70 Mr. Scott D.S. Takemoto ’88 and Mrs. Stefanie Taira Takemoto ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Yukio Takemoto Mr. and Mrs. Ikuo Takenaka Mr. Dex H. Takesue ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Brandt L. Takeuchi ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert T. Takeuchi Mr. James M. Takeyama ’64 Mrs. Michiko Takeyama Dr. and Mrs. Scott K. Takiguchi ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Tomio Takiguchi Ms. Leona Takita Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Tamabayashi Mrs. Shirley Y. Tamai Dr. Brent K. Tamamoto ’95 and Mrs. Sheri Chun Tamamoto ’95 Mr. Craig A. Tamamoto ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Guy K. Tamashiro ’74 Mrs. Louise Y. Tamashiro Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Tamashiro
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y. Tamayei ’48 Mr. Carl Y. Tamura ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford K. Tamura Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Y. Tamura Mrs. Lori F.M. Tamura and Mr. Keith I. Tamura Dr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Tamura ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Tamura Mr. and Mrs. Todd T. Tamura ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Howard H.S. Tan ’64 Mr. James L.C. Tan ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Derek T. Tanabe Mr. and Mrs. Brant T. Tanaka ’84 Mrs. Christine Oki Tanaka ’91 and Mr. Randy Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Clyde S. Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Donn A. Tanaka ’72 Mr. Douglas H. Tanaka Fred ’62 and Eileen Tanaka Herman ’59 and Cynthia Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Jerrod M. Tanaka ’95 Mr. Keith M. Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Leslie I. Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tanaka Dr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Tanaka ’68 Mr. Wayne K. Tani ’62 Mrs. Lynette R. Tanibe Patrick ’57 and Eunice Tanibe Mr. and Mrs. Allan I. Tanigawa ’64 Ms. Janice S. Tanigawa Mr. and Mrs. Bert H. Taniguchi Dr. Ross E. Tanoue ’69 and Dr. Joyce K. Nakamura-Tanoue Mrs. Ellen H. Tanoura Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Tao Mr. Clarence H. Taoka ’49 Mr. Patrick Y. Taomae ’71 Dr. and Mrs. Todd T. Tasaki Mr. Makoto Tashima ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Aaron A. Tashiro Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Tatsuno Mrs. R. Linda Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Teramae Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Teramae Mr. Guy Teramae and Ms. Nadine S. Yokomichi-Teramae Ms. Jennifer L. Teramoto ’93 Dr. and Mrs. Denis K. Teraoka Mr. and Mrs. Taiji Terasaki Dr. Shannon Nohara Terayama ’01 Mr.* and Mrs. Harry Y. Teruya ’59 Mr. Jason K.M. Teruya ’00 Ms. Jenna S. Teruya ’03
Mr. and Mrs. Justin T.M. Teruya ’99 Mr. Kevin Y. Teruya ’91 Mr. Travis J.T. Teruya ’01 Ms. Sandra J. Theunick Mr. Vincent C. Thomas, III ’68 Mr. Jason I.H. Thune ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Gary H.T. Ting ’64 Mr. Scott C. Todd Mr. and Mrs. Burt Togami Laurie Abe Tokeshi ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Tokuda ’52 Ms. Eunice S. Tokuda ’93 Dr. and Mrs. Clifford J. Tokumaru ’62 Mr. Keith K. Tokumoto ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Tokushima Ms. Elysse S.L.M. Tom ’09 Mr. Gordon M. Tom ’95 Mr. and Mrs. James D.S. Tom Ms. Jennifer J.K. Tom ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Kyle W.K. Tom ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Q.H. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Mark D.C. Tom ’82 Mr. Randall S. Tom ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B.C. Tom ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.S. Tom Mr. Brian T. Toma ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Thornton K. Toma ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Fushio Tomatani Mr. and Mrs. Troy A. Tomita ’85 Mrs. Gayle T. Tomita-Oswald ’86 Ms. Bertha I. Tomiyasu Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Tomiyasu Mr.* and Mrs. James Tomokiyo Mr. and Mrs. Ethan K. Tomokiyo ’70 Ms. Trisha M. Tomokiyo ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Tompkins Mr.* and Mrs. Charles M. Tonaki ’47 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tonaki ’78 Mrs. Tammy Bueno Torres ’87 and LTC Robert Torres Mr. and Mrs. Rand H. Totoki ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Tottori ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight H. Toyama Mr. Ben Tran and Ms. Tina Lee Dr. Kevin K. Tsuda ’82 Mr. Ernie T. Tsuhako ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Len K. Tsuhako ’76 Dr. and Mrs. Eric H. Tsukamoto ’73 Mrs. Jane E. Tsukamoto Mr. Ryan H. Tsukamoto ’05 Dr. Tasha M. Tsukamoto ’02 Ms. Wendy Tsung ’86 and Mr. Raymond Y. Tsao
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Tsuruda Mr. John C. Turl ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Edmund L. Tuthill Mr. and Mrs. Allen P.Y. Tyau ’57 Mr. Douglas S.Y. Tyau ’52
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Uchimura ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Uechi ’63 Mrs. Sarie Okimoto Uechi ’86 and Mr. Steven Uechi Mr. and Mrs. Glenn K. Uejio Mr. Steven K. Uejio ’96 and Mrs. Michelle Takayama Uejio ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. Uemori ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight H. Uetake ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Rod R. Ueunten ’78 Mr. Mark Ugale and Dr. Janice J. Ugale Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Umemoto Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J.Y. Unemori Mr. Akira Usami ’91 and Dr. Shellie Usami Mr. and Mrs. Hiroshi Usami Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Y. Ushijima COL and Mrs. Ronald R. Ushijima Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Y. Ushio Dr. Gabriel L. Uy ’82 Mr. and Mrs. George J. Uyehara ’54 Mr. Stanley H. Uyehara ’58 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Uyemura Mr. and Mrs. Neil F. Uyemura ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln I. Uyeno Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Uyeno Mr. and Mrs. Alex Y. Uyeshiro ’46 Dr. Luis A. Vega Mr. Darrell R.C. Villaruz ’95 Mrs. Katy Villiers Ms. Nhung Thi C. Vo ’87 Mr. and Mrs.* Vincent T. Vu
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin K. Wada ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Wada Dr. Charles E. Wade ’68 Mr. Richard C. Wagner and Ms. Lynn Y. Wakatsuki Dr. Bryan W.F. Wahl ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Waitherwerch Mrs. Irene N. Wakatsuki Mr. Jared A. Wakayama ’03
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Wakayama Ms. Terri Wakuzawa Miss Alana B. Wall ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walton Ms. Jue T. Wang ’01 Mrs. Lynette Choy Wang ’89 and Mr. Andrew Wang Mrs. Allison Chang Warfield ’90 Mrs. Katherine Nose Warner ’82 and Mr. Stephen Warner Mr. and Mrs. Alton S. Watanabe Mr. and Mrs. Curt K. Watanabe Mrs. Kandyce Iwao Watanabe ’90 and Mr. Scott Watanabe Mr. Mark W. Watanabe ’92 and Mrs. Lori Joy Morita Watanabe ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Watanabe ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Tadashi Watanabe Mrs. Violet T. Watanabe Mr. and Mrs. Mark Y. Watase Mr. and Mrs. William K. Waters Dr. and Mrs. Peter S. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Webb Mr. Kon L. Weber ’07 Mr. Robert D. Weber and Ms. Linda Yuen-Weber Mrs. Grace C.P. Wee Ms. Maraea M. Weinberg ’87 Mr. Wren W. Wescoatt, III and Ms. Jamie B. Lui Mr. and Mrs. David S. White Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Wicklund F. Roger ’54 and Ruth M. Wiley Kelli and Greg Wilinski Dr. and Mrs. C. Scott Wo Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Won Ms. June C.N. Won Mr. Milton Won ’68 and Ms. Patricia Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M.K. Wong ’48 Dr. and Mrs. Bryan M.K. Wong ’75 Dr. Cindy V.L. Wong ’86 and Mr. Titus Tan Mr. and Mrs. Curtis K.S. Wong ’85 Mr. Darren T.Q. Wong ’76 Mr. Elton W.H. Wong ’76 Mr. Gerald K.W. Wong ’65 Gregory and Doreen Wong Mr. and Mrs. Hung S. Wong Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Y.C. Wong ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Kam Yan Wong Mr. and Mrs. Kennan L. Wong ’70 Mr. Kenway J. Wong ’67 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Y.S. Wong ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Kit Wai Wong
Dr. and Mrs. Lenbert M.F. Wong ’78 Dr. and Mrs. Michael K. H. Wong ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Wong Mr.* and Mrs. Edward S. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Randall S.J. Wong ’65 COL and Mrs. Richard J.C. Wong ’48 Mr. Robert T. Wong ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney K.M. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Steven K. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Sun Yet Wong ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Walter C.K. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred W.S. Wong ’51 Mr. Yu-Lam Wong ’01 Mr. Marvin Woo ’93 and Ms. June Odessa Yago
Mr. Shang-Ping Xie and Ms. Chang-tu Wang Dr. Duan Xu ’95 Mr. Ronghui Xu and Ms. Dailin Ye Mr. Ying Fan Xu and Ms. Yi Fang Wang Mr. Zheng Xu ’97 and Ms. Ningna Chen
Mr. and Mrs. Garrick T. Yama Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Yamachika Mr. Hifumi Yamada Mrs. Lynn Takeshita Yamada ’87 and Mr. Mark Yamada Mr. and Mrs. Stuart H. Yamada Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Yamagata Mr. Neil S. Yamagata ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Yamaguchi ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Craig Yamaguchi Mrs. Lillian T. Yamaguchi Mrs.* May C. Yamaguchi Mr. George M. Yamakawa ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Brandon K. Yamamoto ’89 Mrs. Carol N. Yamamoto Ms. Jodi Yamamoto Mr. J. Jeremy Yamamoto ’95 Mrs. Kimberlee Gaylord Yamamoto ’93 and Mr. Scot Yamamoto Mr. and Mrs. Larry Yamamoto Mr. Lee H. Yamamoto ’81 and Ms. Lisa K. Wong-Yamamoto Mr. Paul Yamamoto Mr. and Mrs. Shigeru Yamamoto Mr. Tadashi Yamamoto
Mr. and Mrs.* James T. Yamamura Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Yamamura Mr. Cedric Yamanaka and Mrs. Laurie J. Nadamoto Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Yamanaka Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Yamane Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Yamane ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey K. Yamane Mr. and Mrs. Keith H. Yamane Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Yamane Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T. Yamaoka Mr. Craig K. Yamasaki ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Yamasaki Mr. Alvin I. Yamashiro ’60 Mr.* and Mrs. Dean Yamashiroya Mr. Brent K. Yamashita ’90 and Ms. Carol A. Uyeno ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Dylan Yamashita Mr. Ward K. Yamashita ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Fumihisa Yamazaki ’83 Dr. and Mrs. Garrett H. Yanagi Mr. and Mrs. Griffith T. Yanagi Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Yang ’67 Mrs. Roxanne Kuroda Yanke ’84 and Mr. Stanley Yanke Mr. and Mrs. Rodd H. Yano ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yap Mr. and Mrs. Bret I. Yap, Sr. Mr. Ronald Yasuda and Ms. Janet L. Pappas Mr. and Mrs. Ryan S. Yasuda ’90 Mr. and Mrs.* William T. Yasunaga Mrs. A. Kimie Yasunaga-Frith ’92 and Mr. Gregory W. Frith Dr. and Mrs. K. Albert Yazawa Dr. K. Albert Yazawa ’85 Mr. Clinton Y. Yee ’81 and Mrs. Lori Pang Yee ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Edwin J.H. Yee ’68 Mrs. Genevieve L. Yee Mr. and Mrs. Glenn J.P. Yee ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Hal Yee Mr. and Mrs. James N.H. Yee Ms. Kerrie L.Q. Yee ’07 Mrs. Maxine K.S. Yee Mr. Michael F. Yee ’72 Mrs. Rosalie C. Yee Dr. Felicisima B. Ylarde Dr. and Mrs. Roland J.B. Ylarde Mr. Ronald A. Yoda ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Larry S. Yogi Mr. and Mrs. Philip K. Yogi ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Yogi ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Rick D.K. Yokogawa ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Y. Yokomichi
Wayne and June Yokota Mr. and Mrs. David S. Yokoyama Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Yokoyama Mr. Craig S. Yonamine ’78 and Ms. Wei L. Lee-Yonamine Ms. Joanne M. Yonamine Mr. Melvin T. Yonamine ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Satoru M. Yonamine Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Yonamine ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Yonemoto ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Kerry K. Yoneshige ’71 Mr. Kyle K. Yoneshige ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Yoshida Ms. Maridith A. Yoshida ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Yoshida Mr. and Mrs. Alan T. Yoshikami Mr. and Mrs.* Rodney S. Yoshikami Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Yoshimoto ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Yoshimoto Mr. and Mrs. Vincent S. Yoshimoto ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T. Yoshimoto ’86 Mr. George S. Yoshimura Mr. and Mrs. Herb S. Yoshimura ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Chris I. Yoshina Mr. and Mrs. Brad T. Yoshioka Mr. Daniel S. Yoshioka ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Nelson O. Yoshioka, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Y. Yoshioka ’72 Dr. Donald T. Yoshizumi ’48 Mrs. Jenny M. Yoshizumi Mr. Clifford C.O. You ’62 Mr. Clifford K.H. Young ’57 Mr. and Mrs. James F. Young Mr. and Mrs. Jason K.L. Young ’66 Ms. Jerilyn L.C. Young ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H.F. Young ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Lowell C. Young Philip and Cynthia Young Mr. and Mrs. Robin Y.K. Young ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Russell K.K.K. Young ’68 Dr. Terrence T.K. Young ’69
Mr. and Mrs. Tom S.C. Young Ms. Laurie W. Young-Kagamida ’84 and Mr. Jon K. Kagamida Mr. Thomas B. Youth ’82 Ms. Claire Kimi Mikami Yuen ’91 Dr. and Mrs. Gary G.L. Yuen ’81 Mr. Paul S.K. Yuen ’73 and Ms. Judy Nakamura Mr. and Mrs. Walter K.H. Yuen Mr. Warren J.S. Yuen Miss Alicia K.H. Yurong ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L.F. Yurong
Mr. Hoyt H. Zia and Ms. Leigh-Ann Miyasato Drs. Joseph and Fritza Zobian Mr. and Mrs. Glenn K. Zukeran ’54 Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Y. Zukeran ’51
Friends The Friends of ‘Iolani Club recognizes donors whose annual gifts total between $1 and $99.
Anonymous (125) Mrs. Aiko N. Abe Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Abe Mr. and Mrs. Shigeharu Abe Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Ackerman Mr. and Mrs. Miles H. Adachi Mr. and Mrs. Kirk K.A. Adams Mrs. Mary Agena Mr. and Mrs. Galan K. Ah Mook Sang Ms. Christine F. Ah Yo
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Akemoto Mr. Frank Akers and Ms. Lianne Ching Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Akina, III ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Aloiau ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Ames ’64 Miss Lucia P. Amore ’12 Mr. Matthew G. Amore ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Amore Mr. Erik D. Anderson ’02 Mr. Nathaniel M. Anderson ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Anderson ’53 Mrs. Jackie-Lynn Sasaki Andrade ’03 and Mr. Troy Andrade Mrs. Leanne Sakamoto Anguiano ’94 and Mr. Felipe Anguiano Mr. and Mrs. Allan Anoina Mr. Lawson Y. Aoki ’81 Ms. Suzanne L. Apo Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Arakaki Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Arakaki ’87 Ms. Lyndsey A.M. Arakawa ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Roy K. Aratani Mr. Derrick R. Arimoto ’98 Mr. Paul K. Arita ’89 and Mrs. Vivian Lee Arita ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Donn R. Ariyoshi ’79 The Honorable and Mrs. George R. Ariyoshi Mr. and Mrs. Edward Asato Ms. Kelly A. Asato ’03 Mr. Kenn K. Asato ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Y. Ashitomi Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Au Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick Y.H. Au Ms. Asia R.K. Ayabe ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan I. Azuma Mrs.* Frances H. Azumi Ms. Lauren M. Baba ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Baldomero, Jr. Ms. Lauren E. Balkin ’07 Ms. Veronique Banep Alan and Marilyn Barayuga Mrs. Suellen Wilkerson Barnes ’87 and Mr. James H. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Barry Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Block Ms. Tiana M.L. Bohner ’10 Mr. Gregory W. Bolian ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Braden Dr. and Mrs. Barry Brand Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Brenner ’54 Mr. William K. Buchanan, III Dr. and Mrs. Ken Buckland Mr. and Mrs. Alexander T. Bueno
Mrs. Vicki Tsuda Bunao ’95 and Mr. Robert Bunao Mr. and Mrs. Ian J. Buscher Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Busekrus Mr. Mark A. Bustin and Ms. Vanne S. Akagi Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Buto Ms. Perry A.Y. Buto ’11 Mr. and Mrs. David R. Cabagbag Mr. Timothy G. Callahan and Ms. Patricia A. Beattie Mr. Sean H. Carney ’04 Mr. Edward C. Casebier Mr. and Mrs. Epifanio F. Cayetano Reece K.K. Cayetano ’16 Trent K.K.M. Cayetano ’14 Mr. Patrick F.P. Chai ’62 and Ms. Martha Alm Mr. and Mrs. Aaron K.M. Chan Miss Catherine W.Y. Chan ’05 Miss Christine E. Chan ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Clement P.Y. Chan Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth L. Chan Mr. James S. Chan ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D.F. Chang Dr. and Mrs. Spencer K.Y. Chang ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C.H. Chang ’42 Mrs. Aileen K. Char Mr. Charles Y. Char ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Washington T. Char ’43 Mrs. Jennifer Sin Chen ’01 and Mr. Eric Chen Mr. and Mrs. Garrett L.W. Chew ’80 Ms. Karla M. Chikamoto ’10 Mr. Casey M. Chikuma ’10 Dr. Kelley A. Chinen ’03 Col.* and Mrs. John Y.S. Ching ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Y.K. Ching ’62 Ms. Colleen W.F. Ching ’01 Mr.* and Mrs. David Y. T. Ching ’46 Mr.* and Mrs. David T.C. Ching ’46 Mrs. Pearl S. K. Ching Ms. Verna Ching COL and Mrs. Gordon W. Cho ’64 Ms. Sherilyn M. Cho ’03 Mrs. Myrtle Y. Choan Mr. Dennis T.K. Chong Mr.* and Mrs. Herbert F.Y. Chong ’42 Mr. and Mrs. Justin Choy Mr. Alexander J.K. Chun ’02 Ms. Amanda L.L. Chun ’04 Ms. Amber L. Chun ’09 Mrs. Christine Bagoyo Chun ’07 Mr. and Mrs. David R. Chun ’80 Mr. David C.H. Chun
Mr.* and Mrs. Kwai Dick Chun Mr. and Mrs. Marcus C.S. Chun Mrs. Margaret Chun Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Chun ’73 Ms. Nicole W.M. Chun ’07 The Rev. and Mrs. Richard C.P. Chun ’42 Mr. Theron J. Chun ’63 Mrs. Virgie C.H. Chun Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred K.P. Chun ’48 Nathan and Holly Chung Ms. Jane O.C. Chung Mr. and Mrs. Richard K.S. Chung ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Richard D.G. Chun-Hoon ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Danny S. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Clark Mr. and Mrs. Frenie K. Cobile Ms. Heather Cook ’85 and Mr. John F. DeTurk Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Costa Ms. Frances H. Cotton Mr. and Mrs. Wells A. Cummings Mrs. Vatinee Cummins Mr. and Mrs. Wendell C. Dang Dr. Jean M. Davidson Mr. Joseph DeMattos Ms. Amy A. DeMello ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Dean A.S. DeMello Mr. Dean G. Kekai DeMello ’08 Mr. William Dick Mrs. Kirsten Kibota Dietrich ’89 and Mr. Doug Dietrich Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Dillingham ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Doi Mr. Robert W. Donigan Mr. and Mrs. Toby Driver Mr. and Mrs. Tushar Dubey ’94 Mr. Sean P. Dudevoir ’08 Mrs. Yoshie Ebisu Mr. and Mrs. Maurice D. Edwards Mr. Andrew K.D. Ellison ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Emerson Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. Endo ’57 Ms. Liesl M.L. Eng ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Craig R. Erickson ’71 Mr. and Mrs. James F. Etherton, III Ms. Gina Fasi Mr. James J. Finley ’80 Mrs. Corrie Ann Sakai Fong ’87 and Mr. Daniel Fong Dr. Keith S.K. Fong ’86 and Dr. Sheri Tsuda Fong ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M.K. Fong Ms. Michelle L. Fordice ’05 and Mr. Thomas Furlong
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Foy Mr. John C.K.E. Foy ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Franklin ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Freas Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fujimoto Ms. Jean T. Fujinaga Mr. and Mrs. Wallace T. Fujio Mr. Lionel K. Fujioka ’08 Reverend and Mrs. Yoshiaki Fujitani Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Y. Fujiwara Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Fukida Ms. Janelle T. Fukumoto ’03 Dr. Royd K. Fukumoto ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Fukunaga Mr. Richard H. Fukunaga Mrs. Pua Furtado Mr. Royce K.H.S. Furukawa ’09 Ms. Tasha Y.L.S. Furukawa ’06 Mr. Alan S. Furuno ’84 Mr. Brian S. Furuno ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Gabe Mr.* and Mrs. Thomas Gallacher Mrs. Lynn Ogasawara Garcia ’94 and Mr. Steve J. Garcia COL and Mrs. Arthur F. Garvey Mr. Jon K.T. Genka ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney C.P. Go ’63 Mr. Reid H. Gomoto ’11 Mr. Ryan C. Gomoto ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Goo Mr. Nicholas S. Goo ’10 Mr. Steven G.J. Goo ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Goodenow ’85 Mr. Noah K.T. Goshi ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Brian S. Goto ’70 Mr. Dylan S. Goto ’11 Ms. Mona Goto Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Goto Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Goulart, Jr. Mr. Leonard Gouveia, Jr. ’85 and Mrs. Jan N. Gouveia ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Sadao Goya Mrs. Bonita S. Gravelle Ms. Jaime K. Green ’95 and Mr. Joshua Green Dr. and Mrs. Peter B. Groves Mr. Donald A. Gulledge ’06 Mrs. Carrielyn Donigan Guymon ’87 and Mr. Glen Guymon Mrs. Kristen Omiya Haloski ’95 and Mr. Nicholas Haloski Dr. Jeanne M. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Han ’49 Samuel Y. Haneda ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Hankins
Dr. and Mrs. David L. Hanlon Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hanohano Mr. and Mrs. Ed S. Hara ’47 Mr. and Mrs.* Ernest T. Hara ’46 Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harada Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Harada Mr. and Mrs. Tim A. Harrison Mr. Bruce C. Harvey ’70 Mr. and Mrs. David S. Hasegawa Miss Kimberlee A. Hashiba ’08 Mr.* and Mrs.* Robert K. Hashimoto Mr. and Mrs. Randall I. Hata ’87 Ms. Stacey Hayashi CAPT and Mrs. Kevin M. Healy Mr. and Mrs. Clyde M. Hedani ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Shane Y. Hedani ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S.K. Hee Mr. Daniel J.S. Hee ’08 Ms. Michelle M.D. Hee ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Richard K.C. Hee Mr. and Mrs. Sean K.Y.L. Heely Mr. Paul A. Helfer ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Helton Mr.* and Mrs. Clement Y.F. Hew, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Higa Ms. Stacey K. Higa ’02 Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin T. Higashino Mr. and Mrs.* Asa A. Higuchi Mr. and Mrs.* Shigeru Hinazumi Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hinck Ms. Jennifer Y. Hino ’99 Dr. Cori-Ann M. Hirai ’04 Mr. Lance K. Hirai ’04 Ms. Megan M. Hiramoto ’03 Mr. David K. Hirashiki ’52 Mr. Jared K. Hirashima ’01 Ms. Lauren M. Hirashima ’98 Mr. Scott K. Hirashima ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Kaoru Hirata Mr. and Mrs. Michael I. Hirokawa Mr. Jon K. Hironaga ’86 and Ms. Kristie Fujimoto Dr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Hirota ’66 Mr. Donald C. Ho and Ms. Kheng-Choo Chew Ms. Pamela H.S. Ho ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ho Dr. and Mrs. T. Michael Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Karl Holmstrom Ms. Lauren M. Honbo ’99 Mrs. Tsugiyo Honda Mr. Blake M. Horita ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Horita
Mr. and Mrs. Kimichika Horiuchi Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hoshino Mr. and Mrs. Ming-Shan Huang Mr. James H. Hughes ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Felipe I. Ibaan Mr. and Mrs. Ross V. Ibaan Mrs. Chitose Ichiki Ms. Dawn M. Ichimura ’90 Miss Kimi M. Ide-Foster ’06 Ms. Marisa L. Ideta ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I. Igarashi ’79 Miss Amanda L. Igeta ’07 Mr. Mussolini S. Ignacio and Dr. Azucena Ignacio Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Iha Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Iinuma Miss Kate M. Ikehara ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Neal I. Imada Mrs. Clara K. Imai Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Inkyo ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Thad J. Inokuchi Mr.* and Mrs. Satoru Inouye Ms. Cherilyn M. Inouye ’99 and Mr. Daniel Diffenderder Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Inouye Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Inouye Mr. and Mrs. Claude T. Ishida Ms. Chandra T. Ishii Ms. Jenna S. Ishii ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. Ishii Mr. Aaron H. Ishikawa ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Ishikawa Mr. and Mrs. Erik T. Ishikawa Ms. Kara Y. Ishikawa ’02 Mr. Scott T. Ishikawa ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Isobe Ms. Jessica M. Isomoto ’94 Ms. Donna S. Iwaishi Mrs. Edith T. Iwami Ms. Lisa Y. Iwamoto ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Izumihara Dr. and Mrs. Patrick R. Jackson ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Jahrling Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jarman Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Jenkins ’77 Mr. Kamuela C. Johnson ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Johnson Mr. Cameron H. Kadooka ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Pat T. Kadooka Mr. Matthew S. Kagawa ’09 Ms. Nicole K. Kajiyama ’00 Mr. Brent N. Kakesako ’03 Mr. Ken H. Kakesako ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S.F. Kam ’67
Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kam Mr. and Mrs. Randall W.C. Kam Dr. Brad K. Kamitaki ’04 Ms. Kim Y. Kamitaki ’06 Ms. Stacie K. Kamitaki ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Clement M. Kamo Mr. Jeremy S.M. Kamo ’01 Mr. Ryan J.K. Kamo ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Kamoto Ms. Tate E.M. Kaneshige ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Kaneshiro Dr. Casey Y. Kaneshiro ’01 Mr.* and Mrs. Isamu Kaneshiro Ms. Cheryl M. Kaneshiro ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Kaneshiro ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kaneshiro ’86 Mr. Scott K. Kaneshiro ’08 Ms. Kelli A. Kaneta ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Kane B. Kanetani Ms. Clarissa Chun Kang ’91 and Mr. Franklin M. Kang Ms. Alyssa A. Kano ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Karimoto ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Katahira Mr. Kevin M. Kato ’91 Mr. and Mrs.* Mitsuru Kato Mr. Reid R. Kawahara ’80 Mr. Scott H. Kawakami ’07 Ms. Constance B. Kawamoto Mr. and Mrs. Norman T. Kawamura Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Kawano Ms. Megan L. Kawatachi ’93 Mr. John C. Kay Dr. John M. Kearns and Dr. Micheline Soong Mr. Gerrit M. Keator and The Rev. Marion Keator Miss Iishah-Moahnea K. Keliikoa ’09 Mr. Mark K.E. Kelsom ’10 Mrs. Brianna Christianson Kendrick ’01 Ms. Hilary Proctor Kennard ’86 Mr. Lucas K. Kennard ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Joel B. Kennedy ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Bahman Kheradpey Ms. Shireen S. Kheradpey ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kikuno Mr. and Mrs. Waichi Kikuta Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Killeen Mr. Cody K. Kim ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kim ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Namhoon Kim Ms. Victoria S. Kim ’11 Mrs. Analani K. Kimi Mr. Fletcher M. Kimura ’97 Mrs. Hazel K. Kimura
Miss Hope K.R. Kimura ’97 Ms. Jennifer M.O. Kimura ’10 Dr. Joy K.K. Kimura ’02 Ms. Lisha Wong Kimura ’03 Mr. Reyn H. Kimura ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley T. Kimura ’59 Mr. Tyler M. Kimura ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne S. Kinoshita ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Yasuhiro Kinuhata Mr. and Mrs. Derrick T. Kiyotoki Ms. Jennifer L.M. Kiyotoki ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Stuart K. Knowles ’82 Ms. Audrey L. Knuth ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Preston P.H.K. Ko Mr. Casey T. Kobashigawa ’04 Mr.* and Mrs. George K. Kobashigawa Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Kobayashi Mr. George S. Kobayashi ’44 Mr. Walter K. Kobayashi ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Alan K. Kodama ’81 Mr.* and Mrs.* Stanley S. Kodama ’51 Mrs. Pamela R. Kohara Mr. David A. Kojima ’07 Mrs. Bertha Kokubun Dr. and Mrs. Michael Y. Komeya ’83 Mrs. Aiko Koochi Mr. and Mrs. Fusato Korenaga Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Kosaki ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Kubota Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Kuioka Mr. and Mrs. Kazuo Kumagai Dr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Kumura Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Kunitake Mr. Alva F. Kurano ’54 and Ms. Elaine Leong Mrs. Tsuyuko Kurashige Ms. Jane C. Kuroiwa Mr. and Mrs. Melvin K. Kuroiwa ’56 Ms. Karlyn M. Kurokawa ’07 Ms. Krystal M. Kurokawa ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Claude K. Kutaka Mr. and Mrs. Kunio Kuwabe Mr. and Mrs. Ryan K. Kuwahara ’90 Mr. Scott T.K. Laboy ’83 Ms. Kristina C. LaFace and Mr. Thomas A. Vitrano Mr. and Mrs. John T.C. Lam Mr. and Mrs. Peter S.T. Lam Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Langcaon Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lau ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y.H. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Jerry S.H. Lau Miss Jessica P.M.J. Lau ’08 Mr. Jonathan A.K.H. Lau ’04 Ms. Katharine B.K. Lau ’07
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.C. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Walter K.L. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Scott R.K. Lawton Ms. Hang Thi Le Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ledesma ’64 Mr. Austin F. Lee ’97 Mr. Cameron K. Lee ’08 Mr.* and Mrs. Richard K.W. Lee ’40 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T.Y. Lee ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W.H. Lee ’63 Mr. Howard D.S. Lee ’61 Mr. and Mrs. James H.S. Lee ’49 Mrs. Karen V. Lee and Mr. Robert Abraham Dr. Kathryn Higashi Lee ’90 Mr.* and Mrs. Richard K.W. Lee ’40 Mr.* and Mrs. Fu Chuan Lee Mr. and Mrs. Stevens T.T. Lee ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses M Lee Mr. Rodney S.H. Leong, Jr. ’78 Mr. Dwight P. Leu ’70 Miss Blair N. Limm ’05 Ms. Rebecca Lin and Mr. Andrew W. Jones Mr. Jason J.S. Lin ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Derrick K.T. Liu Dr. and Mrs. Gordon F.H. Liu Mr. and Mrs. Wendell B.W. Look ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Domingo Los Banos Mr. and Mrs. Edmund K.L. Loui Mrs. Adele Low Mr. and Mrs. Adrian K.Y. Lum ’63 Mrs. Carol Ann K. Lum Mr. Evan C. Lum ’08 Mr. and Mrs. George H.T. Lum Dr. Harvey J.S. Lum ’73 Mr. Russell Y.K. Lum ’78 Mr. Steven C.Y. Lum ’93 Mr. Tung Thanh Luu and Mrs. Trang Thuy Cao Mr. Kit Ma Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maas Mr. Wayne Mace Dr.* and Mrs. Edward G. Maehara Mr. and Mrs. Warburton H. Maertz ’73 Mrs. Mary Lou Magno Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Makino Mr. and Mrs. George A. Malinasky ’61 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Maloney Mr. Matthew W. Malta Mr. and Mrs. Curtis P. Mamiya Ms. Tasia L. Mamiya ’10 Ms. Gerilyn K.M. Manago ’07 Mr. Garry T. Marumoto Mrs. Lei Masuda
Mr. Wesley Masuda ’98 and Ms. Kara N. Saiki ’00 Ms. Faith Masunaga Ms. Kristin Y. Masunaga ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Mata Dr. and Mrs. Howard M. Matsuba ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Morley M. Matsuda ’55 Rose T. and George J. Matsumoto Mr. Scot T. Matsuo ’88 Ms. Marissa S. Matsuyama ’07 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Matthews ’83 Dr. Monica K. Mau ’95 Mr. Wallace Y.K. Mau ’54 Miss Shirley Y. Mayeda Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. McCrary Mr. and Mrs. John S. McCreary Dr.* and Mrs. James M. McCutcheon Dr. Elizabeth C. McFarlane Dr. Kimberly M. McGill ’97 Mr. Sean T. Meguro ’05 Dr. and Mrs. James E. Mehegan Miss Heather N. Miki ’07 Dr. Kenneth T. Minami ’79 and Ms. Rebecca Ohta Mr. and Mrs. John H. Minnich, III ’67 Miss Helen Mitsui Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Mitsuyasu Mr. Kyle M. Miura ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Randall A. Miura Mr. and Mrs. Mike Y. Miura Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Miyama Mr. and Mrs. Kel T. Miyaoka Mr. and Mrs. Kent K. Miyasaki Dr. Marc R. Miyasaki ’95 Mr. David T.K. Miyasato ’00 Dylan K.M.O.N.L. Miyashiro ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Mizumoto Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizusaki Mrs. Grace Lau Mokulehua Mrs. Jennifer Kajiyama Monroy ’00 Mrs. Shayna Langsner Mora ’04 and Mr. Duke Mora Mr. Tayler Y. Mori ’11 Mr.* and Mrs. Minoru Morimoto Mr. and Mrs. George M. Morioka, Jr. Miss Michelle K. Morioka ’08 Stanley and Diane Morioka Mr. and Mrs. Dick M. Morita Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Moriwaki Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Moross Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer C. Morris ’41 Mr. and Mrs.* Jeffrey A. Moses Nancy and Art Moss Ms. Susan J. Mukai ’06 Ms. Jolene S. Muneno ’99
Ms. Sheri Lyn K. Muneno ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Sean K. Murakami ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Garett H. Muranaka ’89 Mr. Lane T. Muraoka ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Murashige Mrs. Setsu Murata Mrs. Florence F. Nagaji Mr. Bradley S. Nagasako ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Nagasawa, Jr. ’70 Mrs. Darien Ching Nagata ’90 and Mr. Ron Nagata Mr.* and Mrs. Shigeki Nagata Ms. Jodi M. Nagata ’99 Mr. Jon C. Nagata ’90 Mr. Mitchell J. Nagata ’09 Mrs. Ann Y. Nakagawa Mr. Charles H. Nakagawa Mrs. Joyce Nakagawa Mr. and Mrs. Wayne F. Nakagawa Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nakahara Dr. Gail K. Nakaichi ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Nakama ’80 Mr. Frank S. Nakamoto ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Nakamura Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy H. Nakamura Mr. Jordan H. Nakamura ’08 Mr. Justin A. Nakamura ’05 Mrs. Kiyoko Nakamura Mr. and Mrs. Sakuichi Nakamura Mr.* and Mrs. Mark K. Nakano Mrs. Greta U. Nakao Mrs. Edna M. Nakashige Mr. Andy T. Nakasone ’91 and Mrs. Ann Miyamoto Nakasone ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Nakasone Ms. Sara N. Nakasone ’00 Mrs. Grace K. Nakata Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Nakatsuji ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Rauyl Nakayama Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Nakayama Mrs. Pauline K. Namiki Ms. Kacy M. Nekoba ’00 Mr. Christopher J. Ng ’00 Ms. Larissa D.L.G. Nielsen Mr. Terrance K. Nimori ’75 Ms. Kayla E. Nip ’10 Ms. Elisa M. Nirei ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Miles T. Nirei Mr. and Mrs. Satoru Nishida Dr. and Mrs. Kurt I. Nishiguchi Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Nishikawa ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Shinobu Nishikawa Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Y. Nishimoto ’71 Mr. Robert N. Nishimoto ’05 Mr. Rodney Nakano Nishimoto ’06 *Denotes deceased
Ms. Stacie K. Nishimoto ’05 Mr. and Mrs. David S. Nishimura Mr. and Mrs. Steven Y. Nishimura Mr. Walter K. Nishioka, Jr. ’77 and Mrs. Dee Gottshall Ms. Alison K. Nishiyama ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Walter S. Nobuhara ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Noda Ms. Lindsay Y. Norcross ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Satoshi Noriye Mr.* and Mrs. Joseph I. Oba ’47 Dr. and Mrs. Francis T. Oda ’48 Mr. Ryan R. Odo ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Ogata Mrs. Mary Y. Ogata Dr. William M. Ohara ’55 Mrs. Kelly Tan O’Hara ’96 and Mr. Ryan O’Hara Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Y. Ohigashi Mr. and Mrs. Cy H. Ohta ’89 Mrs. Lorna E. Ohta Dr. and Mrs. Martin K. Oishi ’76 Mr. Stanley H. Oishi ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Okada Ms. Jamie M. Okada ’03 Mr. Jonathan Y. Okada ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Tad T. Okada ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Darrell M. Okamoto Mr. and Mrs. Ethan H. Okamoto ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Seikichi Okaneku Mr. Kenneth T. Okano Mr.* and Mrs. George Okano Mrs. Maizie M. Okimoto Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Okino ’67 Mr.* and Mrs. Tokio Okudara Mr. Takashi Okuhara Mr. and Mrs. Steve Olita Mr. and Mrs. Takeyei Onaga Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Ono Miss Kim E. Ono ’02 Mr.* and Mrs. Joseph H. Ono Mrs. Mildred S. Ono Dr. Jan Sunada Ordonez ’95 Ms. Doris Y. Ortiz Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Osada Mrs. Ethel Oshiro Ms. Janice K.S. Oshiro Mr. and Mrs. John T. Oshiro Ms. Joleen K.S. Oshiro ’05 Ms. Kristin T.S. Oshiro ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Yoshio Oshiro Mrs. Elsie H. Oshita Mr.* and Mrs. Yoshiyuki Otoshi Mr. and Mrs. David S. Oyama Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Oye ’55
Mr. Clay K. Ozaki-Train ’08 Mr. Reef S. Ozaki-Train ’05 Mrs. Jennifer Farmer Paddock ’04 and Mr. Adam Paddock Mr. and Mrs. David S. Pak Mr. Calvin G. Pang and Dr. Liane T. Pang Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M.K. Pang Ms. Julia L. Panko ’98 Mr. Kyle W. Pape ’05 Mrs. Bernice Park Ms. Jessie H. J. Park ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Patoc, Jr. Ms. Rosalind W. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Perreira Mrs. Julie D. Peterson Mr. Keith Pham and Ms. Erica T. Pham-Lieu Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Pinho Mr. Humphrey T. Poei and Mrs. Donna T. Okinaka-Poei Ms. Deborah K. Popper ’93 Mr. L. William Porter, II Dr. Sarah H. Porter ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Bret M. Powers ’78 Malia L. Powers ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Poziembo Ms. Lisa M.P. Preston Ms. Cynthia H. Proctor ’87 Mr. Peter A. Prose ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Faavae Pula Mr. Yoshiko Rabe Kaila K. Rachlin ’21 Mrs. Leocadia H. Raymond Ms. Linda L. Reser and Mr. Jacob Kamhis Mr. and Mrs. Leo Revestir, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Rivera Ms. Traci M.Y.Y. Rivera ’10 Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Robinson ’68 Mrs. Evelyn Rodrigues Ms. Emily Rolfing Dr. Kathleen D. Rowlands Barbara T. Ryder Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Saari Ms. Lisa N. Saguibo ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Saiki Mrs. Pamela M. Saito and Mr. Kent Saito Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Saito Mr. and Mrs. David U. Sakai Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Sakai Ms. Lori S. Sakai ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Sakaida Miss Erin E. Sakamoto ’01 Mrs. Mildred M. Sakamoto Dr. Ted T. Sakamoto ’80 Mr. Wesley A. Sakamoto ’84
Mrs. Sharon Sakauye Ms. Tara T. Sakauye ’02 Mrs. Shirley M. Saki Mr. and Mrs. Kiyoshi Sakima Mrs. Barbara Sakuma Mrs. Mildred N. Sakumoto Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sakurada Mr. and Mrs. William Saltman Mr. Aaron T. Sasaki ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Sasaki ’82 Miss Terri-Lynn L.H. Sasaki ’01 Mr. Kevin M. Sasuga ’90 and Mrs. Valerie Hirano Sasuga ’91 Ms. Audrey K. Sato ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Colin H. Sato ’84 Mrs. Florence F. Sato Ms. Jo Ann Y. Sato Mr. and Mrs. Stanley K. Sato Mr. and Mrs. Alvin N. Satogata Mrs. Janelle Rinnan Saucedo ’87 and Mr. Richard Saucedo Mr. Edward A. Schatz ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Sealey Mr. and Mrs. Alan Segawa Mr. Alfred J. Seita ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sekioka Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Setogawa Chip ’61 and March Seymour Mr. Thomas C. Sheeran ’66 Mr.* and Mrs. Robert S. Shigaki Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Shigemura Mr. Clyde K. Shijo ’73 Mr. Nathan K. Shimabuku ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. Shimabukuro Mr. Alan J. Shimamoto ’66 Mr. Kevin A. Shimamura ’03 Dr. and Mrs. Neal T. Shimoda ’80
Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Shimokawa Mr. Ryan S. Shinkawa ’00 Ms. Stephanie Y. Shinohara ’07 Mr.* and Mrs. Richard Y. Shinoki Ms. Darle A. Shinsato ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Shinsato Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Shintaku Mr. and Mrs. Ray N. Shiraishi Mr. Randall T. Shiraishi ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Shiratori Mr. and Mrs. James S. Shiroma Ms. Kelli K. Shiroma ’06 Mr. Randal K. Shiroma ’76 Mr. Pomaikai S. Shishido ’03 Mr. Spencer T.I. Shishido ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Shizuru ’53 Mrs. Joylin Ho Shum ’93 and Mr. Brennan Shum Mr. Chaz L. Silva ’09 Mr. Cody T. Silva ’07 Mr. Geramiah K. Simoes ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Gerard K. Simoes Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio Simon Mrs. Ruth V. Sinai Mr. Corey S.J. Singletary ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sisson Mrs. Betty Rose Siu Ms. Sharon Soon Mr. Willard F. Souza ’50 and Ms. Mary M. Clary Ms. Nancy K. Spillane Mr. and Mrs. John F. St. Germain Mr. and Mrs. John P. St. Sure ’72 Dr. and Mrs. Victor J. Stenger Mr. Alexander Morgan B. Stephenson ’06 Mrs. Winnie Chun Stevens ’95 Ms. Devynne E.K.U. Sue ’03
Mrs. Peggy Suehiro Mr. Daniel Y. Suehisa ’91 Mr. Anthony F.T. Suetsugu ’03 Glenn and Gail Suganuma Mr. and Mrs. James Sugihara Mr. and Mrs. David M. Sugino Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Sumida ’55 Ms. Francine Y. Sunada ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Switaj Ms. Mildred Tahara Mr. Chase T. Tajima ’03 Mr. Skyler A. Tajima ’08 David ’64 and Lee Takagi Miss Taea M. Takagi ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Takahata Ms. Kathryn K. Takakuwa ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Shigeru Takamiya Mr. Bradley I. Takamori ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Takane ’50 Mrs. Kaaren N. Takara Mrs. Betty C. Takata Mr. and Mrs. John H. Takayesu Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T. Takemoto ’61 COL and Mrs. Dale A. Takenaka ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Nobuo Takeno Mr. and Mrs. Lee T. Takushi Miss Caroline E. Tamayose ’07 Ms. Shannon K. Tamura ’05 Miss Nicole K. Tanabe ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Joel M. Tanaka Mr. Reed S. Tanaka ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Calmond Tang ’58 Miss Amy Y. Taniguchi ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Tanimura ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Henry M.M. Tanoue Mr.* and Mrs. Vernon M. Taomae Mr. Ethan K.H. Taomae ’98 Mr. Justin T.K. Taomae ’00 Mr. Sakumi Tashima Mr. and Mrs. Chester Tatsumura Ms. Maya H. Tatsuno ’03 Mrs. Jane Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tchou Ms. Samantha S. Teramae ’07 Robert and Setsuko Teramoto Dr. and Mrs. Ron I. Teramoto Mr. and Mrs. Clyde K. Teruya Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Teske Ms. Tracey Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Todd Mr. and Mrs. Steven Togashi Mr. and Mrs. Lane S. Toguchi Mr. Brett E.S. Tokairin ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Donn S. Tokairin ’71
Mr. Shawn E.S. Tokairin ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Tokumaru Mr. and Mrs. Tim K. Tokunaga Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Tom Mrs. Ellen F. Tom Ms. Marlene N.J. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Myron K.L. Tom ’59 Mrs. Louise Tonaki Mr. Roy T. Tonaki ’59 Mrs. Kimberly Loo Tordjman ’03 and Mr. Guy Tordjman Mr. and Mrs. Troy Torigoe Mr. and Mrs. Vincent R. Totero Ms. Robyn S. Totoki ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Leland O. Tottori Mr. Michael A. Tottori ’85 Dr. and Mrs. Mitsuo Tottori ’47 Ms. Leslie Truglio Ms. Ann D. Truong ’10 Ms. Amanda E. Tsuhako ’11 Mr. Christopher K. Tsuhako ’08 Ms. Karsha Chang Tsukahira ’90 and Mr. Andrew Tsukahira Mr. and Mrs. Gordon T. Tsukamoto Mr. and Mrs. Sakae Tsukamoto Miss Sara S. Tsukamoto ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Tsukayama Mr. and Mrs. Derrick S. Tsuruda Ms. Marissa C.L. Tsuruda ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Tsushima Ms. Sandy Y. Tsutahara ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Tsutsumi ’62 Ms. Debra T. Tubbs Mrs. Simeataa G. Tuulima Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Uchima ’67 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Uchiyama Ms. Paula Uehara Mrs. Janis K. Uehara-Agena Ms. Elizabeth S. Uhr Mr. Blaine R. Umeda ’01 Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell M. Urata ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Yoshimitsu J. Ushijima Mr. and Mrs. Yoshiichi Ushio Mrs. Amy Utterback Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Uyeda Mr. and Mrs. Riyusuke Uyehara Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Uyema ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Uyemura Mrs. Yih-Van Vuong Van Buskirk ’99 and Mr. Peter Van Burskirk Mr. and Mrs. Linh Hao Vuong Mr. Kyle N. Wachi ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Wada Mr. and Mrs. Asa K. Wakabayashi
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Z. Wakugawa Mr. David S. Wakukawa ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest K. Wakukawa Mr. and Mrs. Reuben T. Wakuzawa Mr. Brett K. Watanabe ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. Watanabe ’61 Ms. Gladys F. Watanabe Mr. Iwao Watanabe Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Watanabe Mr. and Mrs. Sadao Watanabe Ms. Trisha K. Watanabe ’04 Ms. Carla S.L.S. Watase ’07 Ms. Kristin J. Wee ’04 Dr. David S. Weiss and Ms. UnSuk Cho Mr. Christopher J.K. Wells ’04 Mrs. Mary Weyand Mrs. Saeko T. Whang Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Williams Mr. Keola T. Williams ’07 Mr. Mark T. Williams ’10 Mr. Matthew O. Williams ’03 Mr. Michael H. Williams ’06 Ms. Tatiana K. Wilson ’05 Mr. Andrew S. T. Wong Mr. Clayton Y. Wong ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K.C. Wong ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Myron H. Wong Mr.* and Mrs. Philip K.C. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Randall K.H. Wong ’67 Mrs. Debra Van Zile Wood ’92 Mrs. Mari Kasamoto Wood ’03 Mr. Philip D. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yaginuma Mrs. Jane A. Yakuma Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Y. Yamada ’52 Mr. Alan Y. Yamagata ’00 Mr. Dave M. Yamagata ’94 and Mrs. Jamie Sumile Yamagata ’95 Mrs. Janne A. Yamaguchi Ms. Nicole R. Yamaguchi ’05 Mr. Roy N. Yamaguchi, Jr. ’09 Ms. Tricia H. Yamaguchi ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Yamakawa ’74 Ms. Robyn H. Yamakawa ’05 Dr. Chris K. Yamamoto and Ms. Beth Takabuki Mr. Corey I. Yamamoto ’01 and Ms. Sara Inouye Yamamoto ’01 Mr. George M. Yamamoto Miss Kerry M. Yamamoto ’04 Ms. Lynne M. Yamamoto and Ms. Lucretia Knapp Mr. Ryan S. Yamamoto Mr. Warren K. Yamamoto ’92 and Dr. Suzette T. Tokuda
Mrs. Michele M. Yamamoto Wong ’86 and Mr. Edward Wong Mr. and Mrs.* Hallet J. Yamane Mr. Regan H.T. Yamasaki ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Yamashiro Ms. Jodie A. Yamashiroya ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Barry T. Yamashita Mr. Corey W. Yamashita ’93 Mr. David Yamashita and Dr. Lynette M. Furukawa James ’59 and Joan Yamashita Mr. Jeffrey T. Yamashita ’07 Ms. Lori M. Yamashita ’10 Mr. Robert K. Yamato ’60 Dr. Edwin M. Yamauchi Dr. E. Bo Yang ’96 and Mr. Jung Yueh Mr. and Mrs.* Blayne K. Alama-Yap Mr. Jon M. Yasuda ’04 Mr. and Mrs.* Duane S.T. Yee ’53 Mr. Gregory K.C. Yee ’84 and Ms. Erh Chi Huang Dr. and Mrs. Melvin K.M. Yee Mr. Sanford S. Yee and Ms. Ona G. Lee Mr.* Joseph H. Yelas Mrs. Katherine G. Yelas Mrs. Christine Shin Yin ’87 and Mr. Clifford Yin Ms. Erin L. Y. Yokoi ’99 Mr. and Mrs. George Yokota Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yokoyama Mr. and Mrs. Darryl K. Yokoyama ’80 Mr. Gary L. Yokoyama ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Minoru Yoneshige Mr. and Mrs. Denny T. Yoshikawa Mr. and Mrs. Jason Yoshimi Ms. Jacy A. Yoshimoto ’08 Mr. and Mrs. John K. Yoshimoto, Jr. Ms. Michelle C. Yoshioka ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore K. Yoshioka Mr. and Mrs. Albert Y. Yoshiyama Mr.* and Mrs. Raymond K.H. Young ’42 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H.B. Young ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Glen P. Young Ms. Jamie Anne A.L. Young ’10 Ms. Jennifer M. Young ’04 Ms. Karen G.S. Young Ms. Kristal B.Y. Young ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. L. Young Mr. and Mrs. Sanford K.J. Young ’68 Ms. Melissa M.S. Yuen ’06 Nathan and Ikue Zee Mr. and Mrs. Jian Zhang Mrs. Lillian M. Zukeran
Young Alumni Club The Young Alumni Club (Classes 2007–2011) recognizes donors who have graduated from ‘Iolani during the past five years who have contributed this past fiscal year. Young alumni are also recognized in their appropriate clubs.
Class of ’07 Anonymous (1) Mr. Kenn K. Asato Ms. Lauren E. Balkin Miss Christine E. Chan Mrs. Christine Bagoyo Chun Ms. Nicole W.M. Chun Mr. James D. Fitzpatrick Mr. Noah K.T. Goshi Ms. Marisa L. Ideta Miss Amanda L. Igeta Mr. Scott H. Kawakami Ms. Audrey L. Knuth Mr. David A. Kojima Ms. Karlyn M. Kurokawa Ms. Katharine B.K. Lau Mr. Jason J. Lin Ms. Gerilyn K.M. Manago Ms. Marissa S. Matsuyama Miss Heather N. Miki Ms. Kelsey K. Muraoka Ms. Alison K. Nishiyama Mr. Jonathan Y. Okada Ms. Jessie H.J. Park Ms. Ashley E. Raethel Ms. Stephanie Y. Shinohara Mr. Cody T. Silva Miss Caroline E. Tamayose Ms. Samantha S. Teramae Mr. Brett E.S. Tokairin Mr. Shawn E.S. Tokairin Miss Sara S. Tsukamoto Ms. Carla S.L.S. Watase Mr. Kon L. Weber Mr. Keola T. Williams Mr. Jeffrey T. Yamashita Ms. Kerrie L.Q. Yee
Class of ’08 Anonymous (2) Ms. Lyndsey A. Arakawa Mr. Kellen W. Chong Mr. Dean G. Kekai DeMello Mr. Sean P. Dudevoir Mr. Lionel K. Fujioka Mr. Ryan C. Gomoto Miss Kimberlee A. Hashiba Mr. Daniel J. Hee Ms. Pamela H.S. Ho Miss Kate M. Ikehara Mr. Kamuela C. Johnson Ms. Stacie K. Kamitaki Ms. Tate E. Kaneshige Mr. Scott K. Kaneshiro Miss Jessica P. Lau Mr. Cameron K. Lee Mr. Evan C. Lum Miss Michelle K. Morioka Mr. Jordan H. Nakamura Ms. Elisa M. Nirei Ms. Kristin T. Oshiro Mr. Clay K. Ozaki-Train Mr. Skyler A. Tajima Mr. Christopher K. Tsuhako Ms. Jacy A. Yoshimoto Miss Alicia K. Yurong
Class of ’09 Anonymous (2) Ms. Lauren M. Baba Ms. Amber L. Chun Mr. Royce K.H.S. Furukawa Ms. Ashley K. Furuta Mr. Matthew S. Kagawa Miss Iishah-Moahnea K. Keliikoa Ms. Hedee N. Kim Mr. Reyn H. Kimura Ms. Lindsay E. Kosasa Miss Emily Kuo Ms. Tamlyn M. Maruyama Mr. Travis I. Muraoka Mr. Mitchell J. Nagata Ms. Laurie K. Nitta Mr. Reid I. Sakamoto Ms. Maile A. Scarpino Mr. Chaz L. Silva Mr. Geramiah K. Simoes
Ms. Elysse S. Tom Ms. Robyn S. Totoki Mr. Roy N. Yamaguchi, Jr.
Class of ’10 Anonymous (1) Mr. Matthew G. Amore Ms. Asia R.K. Ayabe Ms. Tiana M.L. Bohner Mr. Casey M. Chikuma Ms. Amy A. DeMello Mr. Andrew K.D. Ellison Ms. Andie M.T. Enomoto Mr. John C.K.E. Foy Mr. Nicholas S. Goo Ms. Yurie Goto Ms. Michelle M.D. Hee Ms. Kelli A. Kaneta Ms. Alyssa A. Kano Ms. Leslie-Anne N. Kawano Mr. Mark K.E. Kelsom Ms. Jennifer M.O. Kimura Ms. Jennifer L.M. Kiyotoki Ms. Lauren M.K. Makishima Ms. Tasia L. Mamiya Ms. Kayla E. Nip Mr. Reyn S.P. Ono Ms. Traci M.Y.Y. Rivera Ms. Darle A. Shinsato Ms. Ann D. Truong Ms. Marissa C.L. Tsuruda Mr. Brett K. Watanabe Mr. Mark T. Williams Ms. Jodie A. Yamashiroya Ms. Lori M. Yamashita Ms. Jamie Anne A.L. Young
Class of ’11 Ms. Perry A. Buto Mr. Reid H. Gomoto Mr. Dylan S. Goto Mr. Thomas J.K.S. Hartwell Ms. Shireen S. Kheradpey Ms. Victoria S. Kim Mr. Tayler Y. Mori Ms. Tara V.M. Nilsson Ms. Amanda E. Tsuhako
St. Alban’s Club
Gifts in Memory of:
Gifts in Honor of:
St. Alban’s Club honors individuals who have
Memorial gifts are a means of honoring and
These gifts pay tribute to individuals
made gifts to fund ‘Iolani’s future. These
remembering loved ones. Last year, contri-
for whom a donation has been made
deferred gifts include trusts, gifts in trust,
butions were received in the names of the
in their name.
gifts of life insurance, gifts by wills and other
forms of future gifts. Many of these gifts provide tax advantages to the donor as well as charitable support to ‘Iolani School.
Anonymous Ms. Carol Y. Asai-Sato Mrs. Lilly Au Mr. B. Leonard Castillo ’72 Ms. Crystal K. Ching ’85 and Mr. Tony Reid Mr. Edward Y. Chun ’49 Mr. Leonard T.Y. Chun Dr. Alvin H.L. Chung ’78 Mr. Kenneth F. Goldstein ’80 Mrs. Joanna Hall Mr. Frank K. Hamada ’53 Mr. Warren H. Haruki Mr. Herbert Hong Jr. ’65 Mr. David D. Kim ’60 Mr. Henry K.H. Mow Mr. Ichiro Onoye ’42 Ms. Katherine Reynolds Mr. James N. Sasaki ’74 Mr. John S. Sasaki ’85 Mr. Paul A. Sasaki ’78 Mr. Ryan M. Sato ’03 Mr. Clarence Scanlan ’59 Miss Cynthia D. Scheinert Mrs. Frieda Sen Dr. Walton K.T. Shim ’49 Mrs. Sandy Plummer Stroud ’87 Mr. Miles K. Suzuki ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Ira I. Tagawa Mrs. Franklin C. Tong Jr. ’46 Mr. Leslie K. Uyehara ’60 Mr. Roger Wiley ’54 Mrs. Hunnie C. Yee
Ms. Louise M. Baack Mr. William J. Barton Mr. T. Irving Chang ’56 Mr. David Y.T. Ching ’46 Mr. Kenneth T.K. Ching ’41 Mr. Albert C.K. Chun-Hoon Mr. Robert Fong Mr. Ermie T. Gabiana Mr. Walter Y. Goo ’42 Mr. Derek Goto ’05 Miss Valerie S. Haas Mrs. Rowena Horner Mr. Leroy Ichida ’60 Mr. Satoru Inouye Mrs. Irene Jotzke Mr. Jerry Juichi Kami Mr. Jack Keables Mrs. Phyllis S. Latimer Takashi and Jane Mayeda Mr. Travis Mitsuda ’01 Mr. Dixon Mugiishi Mr. Joseph I. Oba ’47 Mrs. Ann Omiya Mrs. Marie Rolfing George K. and Shizue Sakamoto Mr. James Y. Sato ’48 Mr. Wayne E. Shinoki ’75 Mr. Francis I. Takahashi ’56 Mr. Carl M. Tanibe ’77 Dr. George T. Taoka ’53 Mr. Brandon Tucay ’06 Mr. James Witten Mrs. May C. Yamaguchi Mr. Joseph Yelas Mrs. Doris K. Yoshikami
Mr. Lian B. Bossert ’12 The Rt. Rev. Richard S. Chang ’59 Mr. David Chun ’80 Mrs. Cynthia A. Chung The Rev. David P. Coon Mrs. Ellen Gaylor Mrs. Jane R. Heimerdinger Mrs. Robin Hiraki Dr. Val T. Iwashita ’67 Mr. Clarence K. Lee ’53 Dr. Victor Hao Li Ms. Arlene Lum Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Mau Mr. Jeffrey A. Moses Mrs. Marilyn T. Naka Mr. Tad T. Okada ’52 Mr. Charles G. Proctor Miss Cynthia D. Scheinert Dr. Stanley S. Shimoda ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Soneda ’49 Mr. Raymond W.C. Wong ’49
Corporations, Foundations, Trusts, Organizations and Matching Gift Companies The following groups have provided generous support for ‘Iolani during the past year. Their help is much appreciated.
Anonymous (6) 100th Infantry Battalion Veterans 50th State Basketball Officials Association 5x Faster Hawaii, Inc. A.M. Segawa Insurance Services, Inc. Abbott Fund Academy of the Pacific Alexander & Baldwin Foundation Alexander C. Waterhouse Sr. Foundation Alfred J. Liu, M.D., Inc. American Express Charitable Fund
American Savings Bank Appraisal Associates, LLC Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association Hawaii Automatic Controls Engineering, Inc. AZPAC - Match Program Balfour Company Bank of America Matching Gifts Bank of America United Way Campaign Bank of Hawaii Bank of Hawaii Foundation Barnes & Noble Booksellers Bead Girl Heaven Benn Pacific Group, Inc. Better Income Tax Service Big City Diner Kailua, LLC Big City Diner Pearlridge, LLC Big City Diner Waipio, LLC Big City Diner Ward, LLC Big City Diner, Inc. The Boeing Company Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation C.A.S. Crafts & Collectibles C.N. Wodehouse Hawaii Charities Trust C.Q. Yee Hop & Company, Ltd. California Pizza Kitchen, Inc. Carlsmith Ball Wichman et al The Carol Teruko Oi Miyahara Limited Partnership Carole Kai Charities, Inc. Chevron Education Fund of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Children’s Dental Associates, Inc. Chrisjen Investments, Inc. Chung Kun Ai Foundation Cisco Systems, Inc. City Mill Co., Ltd. City Square Management Services, Inc. CK Violins LLC Classic Sales, Inc. Commercial Plumbing, Inc. Community Planning and Engineering, Inc. Core Group One Cronin Fried Sekiya Kekina & Fairbanks DataHouse Holdings Corp. The David and Joyce Kim Charitable Fund David C. Ai Charitable Trust/ City Mill Co., Ltd. David Madden Charitable Fund for World Betterment
DS II Audit Services, Inc. DSI of Hawaii, Inc. Dynamic Health Chiropractic E.S. Inouye Trucking Elizabeth M. Ignacio, MD LLC Emily & Mabel Ladd Scholarship Trust Fund Employees Charity Organization of Northrop Grumman Corp. Endodontic Associates, Inc. The Episcopal Church of Hawaii Estate of Dr. Jonathan Y.C. Ching Exclusively Yours Farmers Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund FIRST First Hawaiian Bank Foodland Give Aloha Foodland Super Market, Ltd. Frank F. Fasi Charitable Foundation Freecause, Inc. Fund Raising America G.N. Wilcox Trust The Gabelli Foundation Galiher DeRobertis Ono Gary K. Morita, DDS, Inc. The Gas Company LLC GE Foundation GE United Way Campaign Gentry Homes, Ltd. Goldman, Sachs & Company Good Samaritan Episcopal Church Google, Inc. Grace Pacific Corporation Gray Hong Nojima & Associates, Inc. Great Harvest Bread Company Group 70 International, Ltd. Haas Insulation, Inc. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. The Hartford Hawaii Community Foundation Hawaii Pacific Orchids Hawaii Raiders Hawaiian Electric Industries Charitable Foundation Hawktree International, Inc. Hawktree International/ Takaki Family Fund Healthcare Realty Hee Hing Restaurant Herbert & Margarita Mist Trust Honeywell International Charity Matching
Honolulu Chinese Junior Chamber of Commerce Foundation Honu‘apo Hung Wo & Elizabeth Lau Ching Foundation Illinois Tool Works Foundation Ingersoll Rand Intel Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program Intrade Corporation Invest in Others Charitable Foundation, Inc. ‘Iolani Raiders Boosters Club ‘Iolani School – Class of ’62 ‘Iolani School – Speech & Debate Island Controls, Inc. Island Papercraft J.P. Morgan The Jack Chuck She Tsui Trust The James and Agnes Kim Foundation James D. Swoish, Inc. Jewish Communal Fund JustGive Kaho‘omiki – Hawaii’s Council on Physical Activity KAI Hawaii, Inc. Kaneohe Ranch Management Limited Kaneohe Self Storage Kawashima Lorusso & Harada, LLP KC Hawaii KimonoKitsy Studios LLC KJ & J Enterprises, Inc. KLIFE KSF, Inc. Kukui Plaza Dental Associates LLC La Pietra - Hawaii School for Girls Laulima Family Offices, LLC Lauren J.M. Imai, D.D.S. MS, LLC Law Offices of Neil T. Nakamura Leather Soul LLC Lin & Ella Wong Foundation, Inc. Locations Foundation Louise and Y.T. Lum Foundation Lum Yip Kee, Limited Magnetic Moments, Inc. Marcus & Associates, Inc. The Matt Levi Corporation Maui Varieties, Ltd. Maureen J. Sullivan Irrevocable Trust Maurice & Joanna Sullivan Family Foundation MB Euromotors, Inc. McInerny Foundation Mentor Graphics Foundation
Merrill Lynch Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Mid-Pacific Institute Mitsunaga & Associates, Inc. MK Engineers, Ltd. Monarch Insurance Services, Inc. Monsanto Morgan Stanley Annual Appeal Campaign Morgan Stanley Charitable Spending Account Program Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC Mosher-Galt Foundation MPT, Inc. N&K, CPAs, Inc. Niu Nursery The Northrop Grumman Foundation Northwest Aerotech, Inc. Northwestern Mutual Foundation Oahu Interscholastic Association Club Oceanview Builders, Inc. Oh My Opae Okada Trucking Company, Ltd. Okamura Appraisals LLC OneCause Oracle Corporation Matching Gift Program Pacific Coast Medical, Inc. Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. Pang’s Nursery Patrick and Kris Kobayashi Foundation Pediatrics Associates The Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. Per Spec, LLC Peter A. Matsumoto, Inc. Pinpoint Marketing LLC Pioneer Hi-Bred Foundation The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Program Pua Things Quad/Graphics, Inc. R.M. Towill Foundation Rainbow Financial Corporation Ram Corporation Rich Products Corporation RMY Construction, Inc. The Robert and Betty Wo Foundation Robert E. Black Memorial Trust Robert Emens Black Fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation Roland J.B. Ylarde, D.D.S., Inc. Royal Contracting Company, Ltd.
The S and E Mukai Foundation Safety Loan Company, Ltd. Saint Louis School Sakoda Realty, LLC Sanford S. Saito, D.D.S., LLC Sato & Associates, Inc. Schwab Charitable Fund Sepulveda Dental Care The Seto Foundation Shell Oil Company Foundation The Slipper House Sodexo, Inc. & Affiliates Soros Fund Charitable Foundation Matching Gifts Program Stanford Carr Development Stellmacher & Sadoyama, Ltd. Steven C. Ai Charitable Gift Fund Steven Shinohara, LLC The Studio of Eunice M. DeMello Sunny Isles Developments Corporation Suzuki Association of Hawaii Tammy Chang-Motooka, D.D.S., M.S., Inc. Target - Take Charge of Education Tiffany & Co. Tom & Associates Truist Ty Realty, Inc. UBS Employee Giving Programs UI Productions, Inc. United Way Unitek Contracting Group Ushijima Architects, Inc. Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Waiola Store Walters Kimura Motoda Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Wells Fargo Foundation Wickenden Associates, Inc. William J. Barton Trust William M. Ohara, DDS, Inc. The Windhover Foundation Wynn H. Okuda, D.M.D., Inc. XEROX Corporation U.S.A. Yahoo! Matching Gifts Program Yamada Scott Family Fund at the Hawai‘i Community Foundation Yee Hop Realty, Ltd.
Gifts in Kind The ‘Iolani community is deeply grateful for many important gifts in kind which have facilitated numerous programs, projects, and campus activities. These special gifts come with much aloha for the school.
Anonymous (20) Mr. Steven C. Ai ’72 Mr. Michael Among and Dr. Janine Among Mr. Paul K. Arita ’89 and Mrs. Vivian Lee Arita ’89 Ms. Ernette Y. Au Mr. and Mrs. Garet H. Azama ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Bantolina Mr. and Mrs. Todd C. Barnes Trevor ’92 and Rae ’92 Benn Ms. Lois Boxsing Mr. and Mrs. Ian J. Buscher Mr. and Mrs. Paul V.H. Carlyle Dr. Kimi Caswell Mrs. Linda Chang Mr. Kendall K. Char ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Y. Cheng ’95 Mr. David Ching Mr. and Mrs. Eldon M.T. Ching ’82 Glenn and Gayle Ching Mr. Bahja Choy Mr. Geary Y.S. Chun and Dr. Eileen Ogasawara-Chun Dr. Kathryn M. Chun ’94 and Mr. Todd Fleming Ms. Lauren M. Chun ’94 Mrs. Jerrene Takeuchi Clark ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie G. Crandall Mr. Wayne R. DeMello Mr. and Mrs. Vladimir P. Devens Dr. Lily Driskill and Mr. James William Bango Mr. and Mrs. Tushar Dubey ’94 Mr. Roy R. Epstein and Ms. Jayne H. Hirata-Epstein Ms. Leslie Evans Ms. Jane Fee Ms. Leilani Fortuno and Mr. Mark K. Ozawa Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Furukawa Dr. and Mrs. Grant Y. Fusato ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Gabe
Ms. Jennifer Gonsalves Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goo Mr. and Mrs. Sidney G.Y. Goo ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Sanford D. Goto ’74 Dr. and Mrs. Craig S. Haga ’83 Dr. Deborah C. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Hamada Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Harbottle Ms. Michelle Hastings Ms. Alison H. Hayashi Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Hicks Ms. Charlene Higa Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higa Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Higa Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hiranaka Mr. and Mrs. Kaiyo Sayle Hirashima Mrs. Ann S. Hirata and Mr. Brian Hirata Alan and Sylvia Ho Drs. Clayton and Lynette Honbo Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Tin-Fah Huang, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ige Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Iha Mrs. Sherri-Ann Chun Iha ’84 and Mr. Brian Iha Dr. and Mrs. Alson S. Inaba ’79 Ms. Lily J. Ing Mr. and Mrs. Thad J. Inokuchi Mr. and Mrs. Yutaka Inokuchi Dr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Inouye ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Vance M. Iraha Ms. Allison M. Ishii ’02 Dr. and Mrs. Val T. Iwashita ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Brandon G.M. Jim On ’91 Mr. and Mrs. S. Francis Jusuf Mr. and Mrs. Darren T. Kai ’88 Ms. Lavina Kam Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Kamaka, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy K. Kamitaki ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Randall T. Kaya ’74 Ezekiel Q. Kearns ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefer Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Killeen Dr. Gerald W.H. Kim ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Howard U.H. Kim, Jr. ’78 Takahiko ’85 and Karin Kimura Ms. Michelle C. Knoetgen Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Kobata Mrs. Nicole Rino Kobayashi ’93 and Mr. B.J. Kobayashi Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kodama Mr. and Mrs. Wade K. Kodama Dr. Keith M. Koga ’83 and Mrs. Carrie Osumi Koga ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Mitsugi Komo Mr. and Mrs. Randall O. Kondo
Mr. Jon Kostiner Mr. Amos Kotomori Mr. and Mrs. Cory J. Kubota ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kurisu Dr. and Mrs. Hideki P. Kurokawa Mr. Ryan K. Kusumoto ’93 and Mrs. Erin Miyamoto Kusumoto ’93 Dr. and Mrs. Spencer A. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Wilson K.H. Lau Mrs. Clarisse Ching Lavatai ’86 and Mr. Eric Lavatai The Rev. Daniel L. Leatherman and Ms. Charmaine Chong Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lee Mr. Christopher K. Lee ’88 and Ms. Sharlene R. Ginoza-Lee Mr. and Mrs. James H.Q. Lee ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Lee ’75 LTC and Mrs. Brian H.M. Leong Ms. Cristin S. Lim ’11 Dr. and Mrs. Francis J.G. Liu ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Cesar F. Llarenas Mr. Derrick K. Low ’04 Mr. Kerry K.L. Luke ’73 and Mrs. Terilyn Carvalho Luke Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Lum Ms. Kristin Y. Masunaga ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Matsumoto Mr. and Mrs. Kent A. Matsuzaki ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K.C. Mau Mr. and Mrs. James E. McArthur ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Angus B. McKibbin ’75 Ms. Susan Miyachi Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miyashiro Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Miyashita ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey E. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Sanford A. Morioka ’85 Dr. and Mrs. Wendell K. Morita ’90 Mr. and Mrs.* Jeffrey A. Moses RDML and Mrs. Joseph P. Mulloy Mr. Lane T. Muraoka ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne H. Muraoka ’75 Mrs. Diane H. Murayama Dr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Nagata ’71 Ms. Tiffany Nakada Mr. Blaise M. Nakagawa, Jr. and Mrs. Michele D. Kim-Nakagawa Mr. Sean Nakama Mrs. Harriet Nakamura Mr. Nolan T. Nakamura ’92 Mr.* and Mrs. James S. Nakao Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Nako Ms. Jennifer Naples Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Natori ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Y. Nishikawa ’89
Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Nishimoto Mr. and Mrs. Harry Y. Oda ’77 Ms. Susan Oh Dr. and Mrs. Warren H. Ohira ’77 Mrs. Valerie Hedani Okemura ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Dean J. Okimoto ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Osada Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Oshita Mr. and Mrs. Kent Y. Otsu ’82 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Pang ’73 Mr. Richard K. Papa ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Bryant C. Park Mr. and Mrs. Sung Min Park Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Park ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Pavlis Dr. and Mrs. Ted N. Pettit Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Pfund Mr. Jeff Preble Ms. Lisa M.P. Preston Mr. Gary Reed Mr. Steve Rodgers and Ms. Zsuzsa Bakonyi-Rodgers Mrs. Evelyn Rodrigues Mrs. Pamela M. Saito and Mr. Kent Saito Mr. and Mrs. Chinami Sakai Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Sakuda ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin S. Sato ’81 Dr. and Mrs. Kent A. Sato ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Sato Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Saylors Miss Cynthia D. Scheinert Mr. and Mrs. Evan I. Scherman ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Schroers Mr. and Mrs. Dean Y. Shigemura ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Dean N. Shimamoto ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Shinsato Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sin Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W.W. Siu Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Stepien Dr. and Mrs. David Suga Mr. and Mrs. Gavin J.B. Sugihara ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Swoish ’79 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Swoish Mr. Oscar Symonds Mr. and Mrs. John H. Takayesu Mr.* and Mrs. Terry A. Tamanaha Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Tamashiro Ms. Claire Tanoue Mrs. Bernice Tawarahara Dr. and Mrs. Ron I. Teramoto Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Teruya Mr. and Mrs. Roy Teruya Ms. Cindy Thompson Dr. Charlene Ushijima Tilker ’86 and Mr. Marc Tilker
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tokiwa Mr. Kirk Tomita Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Tomiyasu Mr. Larry Tong Mr. and Mrs. Barry Y. Toshi Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. S. Tsui Mr. and Mrs. Kyle S. Tsukamoto ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Derrick S. Tsuruda Mr. and Mrs. Edmund L. Tuthill Mr. Kirk Y.K. Tyau ’87 Mr. and Dr. Raymond S. Uchida Mrs. Janis Uehara and Mr. Mike Uehara Mr. and Mrs. Kirk T. Uejio ’98 Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Uhr Mr. and Mrs. Leslie K. Uyehara ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Y. Uyeshiro ’46 Mr. Robin Y. Uyeshiro ’74 and Ms. Donna Y. Leong Ms. Kathleen Vno Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Wada Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wakita, Jr. Mr. Justin T.B. Walthall ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Landy Wang Mr. and Mrs. James M. Wayman Dr. Joseph D. Won Dr. and Mrs. Allen M.O. Wong ’71 Dr. John T. Wu and Dr. Christina N. Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Yamakawa ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Brandon K. Yamamoto ’89 Mr. Lee H. Yamamoto ’81 and Ms. Lisa K. Wong-Yamamoto Mr. Ryan Yamamoto ’97 and Mrs. Mandy K. Yamamoto ’98 Ms. Shirley Yawata Mr. Craig S. Yonamine ’78 and Ms. Wei L. Lee-Yonamine Ms. Ann K. Yoneshige Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Yoshimoto Dr. Nelson Yoshioka, Jr. ’77 and Dr. Cheryl Niitani-Yoshioka Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Yoshishige Mr. and Mrs. Colin Y. Yoshiyama ’85 Mr. Andrew Young Ms. Janna L.S. Young ’01 Ms. Pat Young 12th Ave Grill 808 Create A+ Clark’s Driving School, LLC Ahuna Special Effects Services Aiea Bowl Akamai Movers Alluvion, Inc American Box Car Racing International *Denotes deceased
American Carpet One Amuse Restaurant, LLC Anapa LLC Ani’s Bake Shop Anne Namba Designs, Inc. Aqua Hotels & Resorts Armstrong Produce, Ltd. Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel Atlantis Submarines Baby Emporium Baci Bistro Bath & Body Works Ben Franklin Stores, Inc. Benn Pacific Group, Inc. Big City Diner, Inc. Big Island Candies Bishop Museum Blu Water Grill Blueprint Audio Visual, LLC Body Mint Butigroove Cafe 8 1/2 California Pizza Kitchen Chair Lover Express Chart House Waikiki Cheesecake Factory Ching Cakes and Confections City Mill Co., Ltd. Clark Little Photography Club Charm Consolidated Theatres Cookie Corner Costco Wholesale Dave & Buster’s Devens Nakano Saito Lee Wong & Ching Diamond Head Theatre Doubletree Alana Hotel - Waikiki Dr. Wendell K. Morita, DDS Duke’s Waikiki Economy Plumbing & Sheet Metal, Inc. Edsung Foodservice Company Egan’s Fit Body Bootcamp Eki Cyclery Endodontic Associates, Inc. Essence of Change Etch Salon Ewa Beach Golf Club Excellent Gems Corporation Firm Pilates Studio First Hawaiian Bank Fit Studio by Heaven on Earth Fitness by Kai Formaggio Grill Framework 21 Fresh Start Bakeries
Friends of ‘Iolani Fujioka’s Wine & Spirits Germaine’s Luau, Inc. Glenn’s Flowers and Plants Glow Putt Mini Golf Golden State Foods Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Inc. Grand Wailea Resort & Spa Great Harvest Bread Company Green Point Nurseries, Inc. Growing Creations, LLC H&H Overhead Door of Oahu, Inc. Hakuyosha International, Inc. Halekulani Halekulani Corporation Ham Produce and Seafood, Inc. Hanchett Family Trust Hans Hedemann Surf, Inc. Hawaii Coffee Company Hawaii High School Athletic Association Hawaii Home Electronics Hawaii Judo Academy Hawaii Opera Theatre Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki Hawaii Sekitei Corporation Hawaii Self Storage Hawaiian Golf Properties LLC Hawaiian Host, Inc. Hee Hing Restaurant Helena’s Hawaiian Food
Hilo Farmers Market Hilo Hattie’s Store Hilo Hawaiian Hotel Hilton Hawaiian Village Hilton Waikiki Beach Hiromi’s Nursery Hiroshi Eurasian Tapas Hog Island BBQ Hokulani Bakery, Inc. Honolulu Club Honolulu Galaxy Futbol Club Honolulu Theatre For Youth Ho‘okipa Transportation Services Hotel Renew HTH Corporation Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa Ice Palace Ilima Hotel ‘Iolani Alumni Association ‘Iolani School Island Flooring Island Paddler Island Slipper Factory Island Style Cuts Island Treats Creations Izuo Brothers, Ltd. J.J. Dolan’s Jade Dynasty Seafood Restaurant James D. Swoish, Inc. Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii Jimmy Buffet’s at the Beachcomber Kaanapali Beach Hotel Kaanapali Golf Resort Kahala Hotel & Resort Kahala Shell Kailua Racquet Club, Ltd. Kam Wah, Corp. Kamaka Hawaii, Inc. Kaneohe Self Storage KBFD TV Keith M. Koga, DDS Kimi S. Caswell, DDS MS Kodama, Inc. Kona Brewing Co. Kona Paradise Candies Kumu Kahua Theatre Kuuleilani Day Spa LLC Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, LP L & L Hawaiian Barbecue Lancers Lanikuhonua Cultural Institute Leahi Swim School, Inc. Learning Hale Leather Soul LLC Leilani Nursery, Inc.
Les Uyehara’s Golf Studio Like Like Drive Inn Restaurant LKL, Inc. M Resort Spa Casino M. Matoi Hair Studio Makino Chaya Mana Bu’s Manoa Valley Theatre Marsha Nadalin Salon and Spa Maui Divers of Hawaii, Ltd. McKinley Car Wash Meadow Gold Dairies, Inc. Menehune Water Company, Inc. Merle Norman Cosmetics Michel’s at the Colony Surf Mid Pac Petroleum, LLC Mid-Pacific Country Club Mobile Gamer Guys Morimoto Waikiki Morning Hill Foods, LLC N&K, CPAs, Inc. Na Hoku, Inc. Nailery Nails By Rene Nalo Farms Nii Nursery Niu Nursery Nobu Waikiki Nursery Associates Oahu Club Oahu Family Chiropractic Okahara Saimin Factory, Ltd. Old Spaghetti Factory Olomana Golf Links Orchids of Waianae Orleans Hotel and Casino Owl Graphics P.F. Chang’s China Bistro Pacific American Lumber Paina Cafe Panda Travel Panya Group Paperie Paradise Beverages, Inc. Paradise Collection Paul Brown Salon and Day Spa Pearlotica Group, Inc. Pepperidge Farm, Inc. Philip Rickard Honolulu Phil’s Tux Shop Pint Size Corporation Plant Place PokerPens.com Polynesian Cultural Center Popits USA
Portraits by Byron Prince Resorts Hawaii, Inc. Pro-Am Golf Shop Pure Joy Day Spa Regal Bakery Rehab Therapy Partners, Inc. REI Food Service, LLC Robert’s Hawaii, Inc. Rocky Road Products Roy Sakuma Production, Inc. Royal Kitchen RT Hawaii Restaurants Ruth’s Chris Steak House Waikiki Ryan’s Graphics Corporation Salon Argio Sam Choy’s Breakfast Lunch & Crab Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar Sato & Associates, Inc. Say Massage Sea Life Park by Dolphin Discovery Seal Masters of Hawaii Servco Pacific, Inc. Side Street Inn on Da Strip Smiley Nails Something Catchy Southern Wine & Spirits of Hawaii Splash Hawaii St. Laurent School of Dance Studio J Salon Takano Nakamura Lands Tamashiro Market, Inc. Tamura’s Enterprises Tanaka Saimin, Inc. Tanigawa Restaurant & Catering, LLC Tiki’s Grill & Bar Times Tint Factory, LLC Tori Richard, Ltd. Tracy and Mike Photo, LLC Tropical Paper Garden Trump International Hotel U.S. Taekwondo Center University of Hawaii at Manoa USS Missouri Memorial Association, Inc. Val Loh Designs Vows in Paradise Waihale Products Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa Waikiki Parc Hotel Waikoloa Beach & Kings’ Courses Wailea Golf LLC Watabe Wedding Corporation Watanabe Floral, Inc. The Waxing Co. Wet n’ Wild *Denotes deceased
Thank you Parents and Alumni Class Coordinators for making ‘Iolani’s 2011–2012 Annual Giving
Parents and Alumni Support
Program a success!
‘Iolani’s Annual Giving Program Annual Giving Parent Class Coordinators
Annual Giving Alumni Reunion Class Coordinators
class of 2012
class of 2018
class of 1962
class of 1987
Gloria Carlile Madlyn Finger Robert Main Luana McArthur
Timothy O’Leary Lissa Rodrigues Roxanne Shimokawa Leah Takeuchi
Cathy Bell Sheri Fong Susan Ignacio Sean Scanlan Brandt Takeuchi
class of 2013
class of 2019
Conroy Chow John Ishikawa Walter Muraoka Patrick Tom Milton Tsuda Miles Kawatachi
Kirk Mento ‘80 Jo-Lynne Natori Lori Sasaki Teri Ann Tsuruya
Doris Morisaki Elaine Ylarde Rick Yokogawa ‘84 Leigh-Ann Yokoyama
class of 2014
class of 2020
Miri Inokuchi Lianne Miwa Christene Watanabe Olivia Yanagi
Erin Kusumoto ‘93 Paul Lee ‘83 Stacey Takanishi ‘84 Brandt Takeuchi ‘87 Kevin Wada
class of 2015 Catherine Camp Lisa Hiraoka Ricky Kiehm ‘75 Dora Miyagi
class of 2016 Joanna Dunn Joelle Kane ‘87 Rona Kekauoha ‘86 Richie Kibota ‘83 Scott Lawton
class of 2017 Kelly Carson Sally Fujita Pam Funai Joan Park Judy Yokogawa
class of 2021 Denise Haga Joan Mitsuyoshi Jeanine Morioka Jami Muranaka Carla Stroh-Palalay
class of 2022 Grant Fusato ‘85 Christine Kanemaru Jane Nishiguchi Caryn Okuda
class of 2023 Dean Anderson ‘85 Trevor Benn ‘92 Carrie Koga ‘86 Robb Tanaka ‘90
class of 1967 Michael Flores Dwight Inouye Miles Miyamoto George Norcross, II
class of 1972 Kensey Inouye Peter Kashiwa Alton Miyashiro Sanford Saito
class of 1977 Mark Mugiishi Roland Nishioka Harry Oda Warren Ohira
class of 1982 Jeffrey Chun Robert Cundiff Berwyn Ito Kent Takazawa Michael Yee
class of 1992 Trevor Benn Cory Kubota Nolan Nakamura Kimi Yasunaga-Frith
class of 1997 Rik Arita Keith Emerson Fletcher Kimura Shannon Asato
class of 2002 Lauren Dignam Ryan Hannemann Allison Ishii Kristin Shinkawa
class of 2007 Ryan Dung Matthew Endo Traci-Lynn Hirai Sara Tsukamoto Aaron Young
Whole Foods Market Wine Stop Worldwide Moving & Storage, Inc. Young’s Market of Hawaii Zee Medical, Inc. Zippy’s Restaurants Z-Pizza ZsuzsaB Designs
Parents, Guardians and Current Students ‘Iolani is grateful for the generosity of current parents, guardians and students who support the school in endless ways. They are listed by their respective class years.
Class of ’12 38% Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Amore Dr. Robert M. Anderson and Dr. Demetria C.Q. Leong Mrs. Becky Arakawa Mr. and Mrs. Cline D. Ardo Dr. Philip J. Bossert Mr. William J. Brennan and Dr. Nalani K. Blaisdell-Brennan Mr. Daniel G. Brown Dr. and Mrs. Ken Buckland Drs. Robert and Gloria Carlile Mr. and Mrs. James E. Caron Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Chinen Glenn and Gayle Ching Mr. and Mrs. Marcus C.S. Chun Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Dacanay Mr. and Mrs. Enrique M. de Luna Mr. Alan T. Esaki and Ms. Caren Jean S. Chun-Esaki Mr. and Mrs. Frank Felix, III ’79 Dr. and Mrs. David R. Finger Keenan and Diane Goo Mr. and Mrs. Sanford D. Goto ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Griswold Mr. and Mrs. M. Randy Grune ’74 Drs. Dan Heslinga and Germaine H. Uehara Mr. David Hirokane and Ms. Yoshiko Tsukamoto Alan and Sylvia Ho Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hong
Dr. and Mrs. Jon M. Ishihara Mr. and Mrs. John A. Itai Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Kagami ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Randal M. Kaiura ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Kenn K. Kato Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Killeen Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Koga Dr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Kumura Mr. Hong-Ji Kuo and Ms. Yng J. Lin Mr. Garret D. Lau ’84 and Dr. Stacy Miyamoto Lau ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Lee ’75 Matt and Cheryl Levi Mr. and Mrs. Kendal A. Luke Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Main Mr. and Mrs. Holika Manupule Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Masuda Mr. Howard A. Matsuura Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Matsuwaka Mr. and Mrs. Kent A. Matsuzaki ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Mesick Mr. and Mrs. Kent K. Miyasaki Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Miyata Mr. and Mrs. Carl I. Muraoka ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Nakamura ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Miles T. Nirei Mr. Michael H. Nojima and Dr. Sheryl E. Nojima Mr. and Mrs. Grant K. Odo Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Ohara Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Okada Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A.K. O’Leary Ms. Iris M. Oshiro Mr. and Mrs. John L. Pang ’73 Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Peterson Mr. Keith Pham and Ms. Erica T. Pham-Lieu Mr. Humphrey T. Poei and Mrs. Donna T. Okinaka-Poei Keith and Lisa Sakamoto Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin K. Shigemura Dr. and Mrs. Neal T. Shimoda ’80 Dayne ’73 and Shari Shinsato Dr. and Mrs. Daniel I. Singer Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sisson Mr. and Mrs. Dalton M. Sue Mr. Michael I. Takahashi and Ms. Andrea Woods Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Takeda Mr. and Mrs. Guy K. Tamashiro ’74 Mrs. Lori F.M. Tamura and Mr. Keith I. Tamura Mr. and Mrs. Derek T. Tanabe Mr. Cary T. Tanaka ’79 and Dr. Terri T. Tanaka
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Bert H. Taniguchi Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Tasoe Dr. and Mrs. Luke Y. Teruya ’77 Mr. Richard J. Tobin and Dr. Katherine D. Tobin Dr. and Mrs. Russell J.S. Tom Ms. Paula Uehara Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Y. Ushio Dr. Luis A. Vega Gregory and Doreen Wong Mr. Shang-Ping Xie and Ms. Chang-tu Wang Mr. Ronghui Xu and Ms. Dailin Ye Mr. Lee H. Yamamoto ’81 and Ms. Lisa K. Wong-Yamamoto Mr. and Mrs. Darryl K. Yokoyama ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Yoshimi Mr. and Mrs. Brad T. Yoshioka Dr. Nelson Yoshioka, Jr. ’77 and Dr. Cheryl Niitani-Yoshioka Drs. Joseph and Fritza Zobian
Class of ’13 38% Anonymous (13) Mr. Frank Akers and Ms. Lianne Ching Dr. Robert M. Anderson and Dr. Demetria C. Q. Leong Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Aniya Mr. and Mrs. Myles M. Arakawa ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome K. Baba Dr. and Mrs. Peter W. Balkin Mr. and Mrs. Horst G. Brandes Mr. and Mrs. Alexander T. Bueno Mr. and Mrs. David R. Cabagbag Drs. Paul W. Chan and Jana R. Morisada Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Chikamoto Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Cundiff ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Darmawan Mr. and Mrs. Dean A.S. DeMello Mr. Charles F. Fasi ’76 Drs. Andrew and Jenifer Fong Mr. and Mrs. John H. Foy Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fujimoto Mr. Carl J. Geringer and Ms. Mayumi Nomura Mr. Michael Goshi and Ms. Lori A. Takeyama-Goshi Mr. Richard A. Hamasaki and Ms. Jennifer K. Dang Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hinck Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Ho Dean ’80 and Lori Anne Horie
Mr. and Mrs. Neal I. Imada Mr. and Mrs. Randal T. Imai ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Isobe Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Kagawa Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kam Brian ’76 and Deanne Kanekuni Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kaneshiro Dr. John M. Kearns and Dr. Micheline Soong Mr. and Mrs. Grant T. Kim Col. (Ret) and Mrs. Kay S. Kimura Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Kobayashi Dr. and Mrs. Gregg T. Kokame ’74 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph K.Y. Koo Dr. Lam Hoang Le and Dr. Lenhanh Pham Tran Mr. and Mrs. James H.Q. Lee ’74 Dr. V. Ted Leon and Ms. Elaine E. Rossi Ms. Yuk Ping Leung Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Li Dr. and Mrs. Michael C.C. Ling Mr. and Mrs. Derrick K.T. Liu Mr. and Mrs. Edmund K.L. Loui Mr. Kit Ma Mr. and Mrs. William Maitland Mr. Maxie Maneafaiga Mr. and Mrs. Kirk K. Mento ’80 Dr. Kenneth T. Minami ’79 and Ms. Rebecca Ohta Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Miyama ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Kerry W.L. Mow ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Nakamura ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Natori ’83 Mr. Keiichi Nemoto Dr. and Mrs. Roland T. Nishioka ’77 Ms. Dawn Noguchi-Lui Mr. and Mrs. Darryl T. Nohara Dr. Calvin S. Oishi ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Corey H. Okamura Mr. Elden H. Okimura Mr. Humphrey T. Poei and Mrs. Donna T. Okinaka-Poei Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Poziembo Dr. Narayan S. Raja and Dr. Min Sun Kim Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Sakai Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Sasaki ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Eric H. Shigaki The Rev. and Mrs. Michael O.C. Silva ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Simon Mr. and Mrs. Lee T. Takushi Mr. and Mrs. Mark D.C. Tom ’82 Mr. Peter Tomozawa and Ms. Donna LeDuc Mr. and Mrs. Rand H. Totoki ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. S. Tsui *Denotes deceased
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Uchiyama Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Uhr Mr. Shaun S. Ushijima ’81 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Uyemura Dr. and Mrs. Allen M.O. Wong ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Derrick T. Yamane ’81 Mr. Andrew C.M. Yee ’85 and Mrs. Lauren Harimoto Yee ’85 Dr. and Mrs. Edwin J.H. Yee ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C.L. Yee ’82 Mr.* and Mrs. Charles Ying Mr. and Mrs. Keith K.H. Young Mr. and Mrs. Jian Zhang
Class of ’14 34% Anonymous (7) Mr. and Mrs. Miles H. Adachi Ms. Gaye Sakamoto Araki ’84 and Mr. Steven Araki Mr. and Mrs. Ian J. Buscher Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Busekrus Mr. Timothy G. Callahan and Ms. Patricia A. Beattie Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Carson ’79 Dr. and Mrs. J. Roy Chen Mr. and Mrs. Kyle I. Chikuma Mr. Curtis Ching ’78 and Ms. Ruth M. Shimada Mr. and Mrs. Frenie K. Cobile Mr. and Mrs. D. Alexander Colby Dr. Howard Endo and Dr. Linda Hihara-Endo Mr. and Mrs. James F. Etherton, III Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M.K. Fong Dr. T. Scott Gallacher and Mrs. Lisa M. Lau-Gallacher Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Goto Mr. Leonard Gouveia, Jr. ’85 and Mrs. Jan N. Gouveia ’86 Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory, IV Mr. and Mrs. M. Randy Grune ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight K. Hamai Mr. Byron Han and Ms. Dorothy Chen Dr. Amy Barcia Harpstrite ’83 and Dr. Jeffery Kimo Harpstrite Dr. and Mrs. Steven T. Heggeness Mr. and Mrs. Ross V. Ibaan Mr. and Mrs. Thad J. Inokuchi Mr. Ricky H. Inouye Mr. and Mrs. John A. Itai Ms. Donna S. Iwaishi Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Kanekuni
Ms. Mitzie Kato Dr. Kaye Kawahara ’78 and Dr. Carolyn Shiraki Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kikuno Mr. and Mrs. Darrell H. Kimura Mr. and Mrs. Alan K. Kodama ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Wade K. Kodama Mr. and Mrs. Sam K.G. Kwee Mr. and Mrs. Adrian I.D. Lee ’77 Mrs. Raquel H.K. Leong Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J.K. Louis ’70 Dr. Mark Lum ’76 and Ms. Lynn M. Otaguro Mr. Tung Thanh Luu and Mrs. Trang Thuy Cao Mr. and Mrs. Les J.K. Masutani Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Mitsuyasu Mr. and Mrs. Colin O. Miwa ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Kel T. Miyaoka Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Y. Mori ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Shawn B. Morrissey Mr. Blaise M. Nakagawa, Jr. and Mrs. Michele D. Kim-Nakagawa Dr. and Mrs. Warren H. Ohira ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. Okazaki Mr. and Mrs. Ira-Vance Ono Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell H. Otani Mr. and Mrs. Wonsik Park Mr. and Mrs. Ken Perrott Mr. Keith Pham and Ms. Erica T. Pham-Lieu Mr. Solomon Phillip and Ms. Serena Stefanic-Phillip Ms. Lisa M.P. Preston Dr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Saito ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Randall K. Sato Mr. and Mrs. Wendall L. Sen ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Soriano Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Tagawa Mr. and Mrs. Jason Takaki Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Takeda Mr. and Mrs. Cliff H. Tamura Mr. Tod Tanaka ’75 and Ms. Kathryn S. Matayoshi Mr. and Mrs. Bert H. Taniguchi Dr. and Mrs. Luke Y. Teruya ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Burt Togami Ms. Leslie Truglio Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Tsuruda Dr. and Mrs. Stuart T. Tsuzaki ’79 Ms. Paula Uehara Mr. Shaun S. Ushijima ’81 Mr. Richard C. Wagner and Ms. Lynn Y. Wakatsuki Mr. and Mrs. Curt K. Watanabe
Mr. and Mrs. Griffith T. Yanagi Mr. and Mrs. Dean I. Yonamine ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Chris I. Yoshina Dr. and Mrs. Gary G.L. Yuen ’81
Class of ’15 42% Anonymous (8) Mrs. Becky Arakawa Mr. and Mrs. Myles M. Arakawa ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Richard O. Banner Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bloom Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Camp ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Justin Chen Mr. Shuiming Chen and Ms. Xiaoyan Wang Mr. and Mrs. Darin N. Chinen ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Chinen Mr. and Mrs. Eldon M.T. Ching ’82 Mr. and Mrs. David R. Chun ’80 Mrs. Jean P. Creadick Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Cundiff ’82 The Honorable Robert Faris and Dr. Melanie M. Lau Ms. Gina Fasi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Felix, III ’79 Dr. and Mrs. David R. Finger Drs. Andrew and Jenifer Fong Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Fujita ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Fukuda Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Goo LTC and Mrs. Ian N. Greene Mr. and Mrs. Darryn Habu Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Hamada Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hanohano Mr. and Mrs. Tim A. Harrison Mr. Jeffrey A. Hawk ’85 and Mrs. Aubrey Olson Hawk ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Keith K. Hiraoka Dr. Michael W.L. Ho ’77 Mr. Donald G. Horner Mr. and Mrs. Randall S. Inaba ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Inn Mr. Craig T. Inouye David ’78 and Carolyn Iwasaki Mr. and Mrs. Barry G.S. Jim On ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kaneshiro ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R.A. Kanno Mr. and Mrs. Calvin K. Kasashima Mr. and Mrs. Nolan N. Kawano Mr. and Mrs. Randall T. Kaya ’74 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Killeen Ms. Yuko Kitagawa Mr. and Mrs. Craig Y. Koyanagi
Mr. and Mrs. Takuya Kozuki Mr. and Mrs. Arne C. La Prade Mr. and Mrs. John T.C. Lam Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Langcaon Drs. William and Wen-Yu Lee Dr. V. Ted Leon and Ms. Elaine E. Rossi Mrs. Raquel H.K. Leong Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Main Mr. and Mrs. Derrick M. Matsuda Mr. and Mrs. Kent A. Matsuzaki ’81 Mr. and Mrs. C. Kevin McCrary ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Jon M. Miyagi ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Kel T. Miyaoka Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Mori ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Y. Moriwaki Mr. and Mrs. Kyle A. Nakakura Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Nakamoto Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Nakamura ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Noriaki Niimura Mr. and Mrs. Grant K. Odo Dr. and Mrs. Warren H. Ohira ’77 Dr. Calvin S. Oishi ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Oshita ’82 Mr. Calvin G. Pang and Dr. Liane T. Pang Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Peterson Mr. Keith Pham and Ms. Erica T. Pham-Lieu Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Poziembo Mrs. Pamela M. Saito and Mr. Kent Saito Mr. Rick S. Sakamoto and Dr. Carla J. Nip-Sakamoto Mrs. Janelle Rinnan Saucedo ’87 and Mr. Richard Saucedo Mr. and Mrs. Alan Segawa Dayne ’73 and Shari Shinsato The Rev. and Mrs. Michael O.C. Silva ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sisson Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Soriano Mr. and Mrs. Marshall K. Suehiro Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Suehisa Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Switaj Mr. and Mrs. Jed M. Taba ’71 Mr. Cary T. Tanaka ’79 and Dr. Terri T. Tanaka Mrs. Jane Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Teramae Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Teruya Mr. Peter Tomozawa and Ms. Donna LeDuc Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tonaki ’78 Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Uhr Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G.B. Wee ’75 Dr. and Mrs. C. Scott Wo Mrs. Lynn Takeshita Yamada ’87 and Mr. Mark Yamada
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Yamaguchi Ms. Jodi Yamamoto Mr. Paul Yamamoto Mr. Craig S. Yonamine ’78 and Ms. Wei L. Lee-Yonamine Mr. and Mrs. Glen P. Young Dr. and Mrs. Gary G.L. Yuen ’81
Class of ’16 39% Anonymous (13) Mr. and Mrs. Galan K. Ah Mook Sang Mr. and Mrs. Philip K.Y. Au ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Bert D. Beaman Mr. and Mrs. Horst G. Brandes Mr. and Mrs. Alexander T. Bueno Mr. and Mrs. Ian J. Buscher Mr. Mark A. Bustin and Ms. Vanne S. Akagi Mr. and Mrs. Garrett L.W. Chew ’80 Earl ’80 and Sandra A. Ching Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Chung Dr. Carroll Diebold and Dr. Karen Burmeister Mr. and Mrs. Toby Driver Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Dunn ’85 Mr. Roy R. Epstein and Ms. Jayne H. Hirata-Epstein Ms. Leilani Fortuno and Mr. Mark K. Ozawa Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Franklin ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Gentry ’74 Dr. Amy Barcia Harpstrite ’83 and Dr. Jeffery Kimo Harpstrite Mr. and Mrs. Joshua C.K. Hauanio Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ho Mr. and Mrs. Ross V. Ibaan Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Iha Mr. and Mrs. Randal M. Kaiura ’81 Mrs. Joelle Segawa Kane ’87 and Mr. Micah Kane Mr. and Mrs. Kenn K. Kato Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Kim Mr. and Mrs. Victor T. Kimura Mr. and Mrs. Preston P.H.K. Ko Dr. and Mrs. Michael Y. Komeya ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Takuya Kozuki Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Kunitake Mr. Gayle John Lau and Ms. Lorinda Wong-Lau Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.C. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Scott R.K. Lawton Mr. Jerry Lee Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maas Mr. and Mrs. David R. Marabella
Dr. Elizabeth C. McFarlane Mr. and Mrs. John P. Miller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Natori ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Rand Mr. Walter R. Ross, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith E.H. Sakoda ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Will M. Satterfield Mr. and Mrs. Wendall L. Sen ’77 Mr. Young Woo Seo and Mrs. Mee Kyoung Kim Mr. and Mrs. Dean Y. Shigemura ’81 Mr. Eric Shimabuku and Ms. Leslie Kop Shimabuku Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Simon Mr. Robert Smith and Mrs. Susan Whang-Smith Dr. Robin Takata and Dr. Melanie N. Lee Takata Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Y. Tamura Mr. and Mrs. Brant T. Tanaka ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Aaron A. Tashiro Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tokiwa Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Tomita Ms. Terri Wakuzawa Mrs. Katherine Nose Warner ’82 and Mr. Stephen Warner Mr. and Mrs. David G.S. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley K.S. Wong ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney K.M. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Toru Yamada Mr. and Mrs. Derrick T. Yamane ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Griffith T. Yanagi Mrs. Roxanne Kuroda Yanke ’84 and Mr. Stanley Yanke Mr. Andrew C.M. Yee ’85 and Mrs. Lauren Harimoto Yee ’85 Dr. Nelson Yoshioka, Jr. ’77 and Dr. Cheryl Niitani-Yoshioka
Class of ’17 42% Anonymous (9) Mr. and Mrs. Allan Anoina Mr. and Mrs. Creighton D. Arita ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Donn R. Ariyoshi ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Baldomero, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bloom Mr. and Mrs. Marcus R. Boland Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Buchanan Mrs. Kathy Tyau Carr ’93 and Mr. Stanford Carr Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Carson ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan K.W. Chang ’85
Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Chang Mr. Mark W. DeMello ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Brandon K. Flores ’90 Dr. and Mrs. Lyndon D. Fong ’77 Mr. and Mrs. John H. Foy Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Fujita ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Fung Dr. T. Scott Gallacher and Mrs. Lisa M. Lau-Gallacher Mr. Leonard Gouveia, Jr. ’85 and Mrs. Jan N. Gouveia ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Harbottle Mr. Jeffrey A. Hawk ’85 and Mrs. Aubrey Olson Hawk ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Keith K. Hiraoka Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Randal T. Imai ’74 Randy and Karie Izuo Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Kim Mr. Scott T.K. Laboy ’83 Mr. Terrence W.Y. Lau ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lee Drs. William and Wen-Yu Lee Matt and Cheryl Levi Ms. Verly L. Li Dr. and Mrs. Takashi Matsui Mr. and Mrs. Dean Matsukawa Dr. Kenneth T. Minami ’79 and Ms. Rebecca Ohta Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Miwa Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Miyama ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Monaco ’87 Dr. Randal Motooka and Dr. Tammy Chang-Motooka Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Nakama ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Reese R. Nakamura ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Noda ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. Okazaki Mr. and Mrs. David S. Pak Mr. and Mrs. Bryant C. Park Mr. and Mrs. Bret M. Powers ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Faavae Pula Mr. and Mrs. Norman Y. Quon ’63 Dr. Narayan S. Raja and Dr. Min Sun Kim Mr. and Mrs. Todd Sanehira Dr. and Mrs. Kent A. Sato ’74 Mrs. Janelle Rinnan Saucedo ’87 and Mr. Richard Saucedo Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Schmidt Mr. Jose Serna and Dr. A. Kuulei Serna Dayne ’73 and Shari Shinsato Mr. Carl K. Sunada Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Tagawa Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Tamashiro Dr. and Mrs. Luke Y. Teruya ’77
Mr. Peter Tomozawa and Ms. Donna LeDuc Mr. and Mrs. Troy Torigoe Mrs. Sarie Okimoto Uechi ’86 and Mr. Steven Uechi Mrs. Lynn Takeshita Yamada ’87 and Mr. Mark Yamada Mr. and Mrs. Toru Yamada Mr. Cedric Yamanaka and Mrs. Laurie J. Nadamoto Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Yamashiro Mr. and Mrs. Rick D.K. Yokogawa ’84
Class of ’18 58% Anonymous (8) Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Arima Mr. and Mrs. Bryan I. Azuma Mr. Timothy G. Callahan and Ms. Patricia A. Beattie Ms. Hayley K. Cerit Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Chuck Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Dunn ’85 Dr. Keith S.K. Fong ’86 and Dr. Sheri Tsuda Fong ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Hamada Mr. Kurt Hara ’84 and Dr. Jann Furusho Hara ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hasegawa Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Tin-Fah Huang, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne H.T.F. Hue ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Randall S. Inaba ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey K. Inouye David ’78 and Carolyn Iwasaki Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kaneshiro ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Ken C. Kawahara ’87 Randy ’89 and Lei ’88 Kawamura Mrs. Pamela R. Kohara Mr. and Mrs. Brad A. Konishi ’83 Mr. Garret D. Lau ’84 and Dr. Stacy Miyamoto Lau ’84
Dr. Peter Be Tuck Lum ’71 and Ms. Deborah Hazama Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maas Mr. Matthew W. Malta Mr. and Mrs. David R. Marabella Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. McCarty Dr. and Mrs. Jon M. Miyagi ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Sanford A. Morioka ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Mossing Mr. and Mrs. Garett H. Muranaka ’89 Dr. and Mrs. Stuart S. Nakamoto ’82 Dr. Chuong Nguyen and Dr. Diana Huang Mr. and Mrs. Corey H. Okamura Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A.K. O’Leary Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Owen, III Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pascua ’85 Ms. Leigh Anne Quan Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Rodrigues ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sakamoto Mr. and Mrs. James Sclabassi Mr. and Mrs. Brent H. Shimokawa ’84 Mr. Daniel T. Shiu ’87 and Ms. Sandra Moriki-Shiu Mr. and Mrs. Reid S. Silva Mr. Robert K. Steiner, Jr. and Mrs. Melanie M. Kuroiwa-Steiner Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Suehisa Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Y. Tabata ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Brandt L. Takeuchi ’87 Ms. Lisa M. Tamura-Tanoue Mr. and Mrs. Brant T. Tanaka ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Tanaka Mr. Matthew A. Teho ’85 and Mrs. Kendis Kado Teho ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight H. Uetake ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Brandis K. Ueyama ’93 Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Uhr Mr. Akira Usami ’91 and Dr. Shellie Usami Mr. and Mrs. Aaron K. Wallen Mr. and Mrs. Landy Wang Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G.B. Wee ’75 Mr. Wren W. Wescoatt, III and Ms. Jamie B. Lui Dr. and Mrs. Bryan M.K. Wong ’75 Gregory and Doreen Wong Mr. and Mrs. Keith H. Yamane Mr.* and Mrs. Dean Yamashiroya Mr. and Mrs. Dylan Yamashita Mr. and Mrs. Alan M.L. Yee ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C.L. Yee ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Yim ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Dean I. Yonamine ’83 Ms. Joanne M. Yonamine Dr. Keith H. Zukeran ’79
Class of ’19 53% Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Creighton D. Arita ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Camp ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Chung Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. Donate Ms. Leslie Evans Dr. and Mrs. Grant Y. Fusato ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Darryn Habu Mr. Michael Y. Harada Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hinderleider Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Hiraki Mr. Craig T. Inouye Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Y. Izuo Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Kaneshiro ’75 Mr. Karl Kiyokawa ’79 and Mrs. Jerrie A. Kiyokawa ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Y. Maeda Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Marcello Mark and Doris Morisaki Mr. and Mrs. Hiroshi Sekido Mr. and Mrs. Dean Y. Shigemura ’81 Mr. R. Scott Simon ’88 and Mrs. Lisa Lee Simon ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Tagami ’85 Mr. Kent E. Takazawa ’82 and Dr. Lydia Takazawa Ms. Bertha I. Tomiyasu Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Uyeno Dr. Cindy V.L. Wong ’86 and Mr. Titus Tan Dr. James C. W. Yee and Ms. Paralee Sithiyothakarn Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Yim ’84 Dr. and Mrs. Roland J.B. Ylarde Mr. and Mrs. Rick D.K. Yokogawa ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Darryl K. Yokoyama ’80 Mr. Craig S. Yonamine ’78 and Ms. Wei L. Lee-Yonamine Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Yonamine ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Yuasa
Class of ’20 57% Anonymous (3) Mr. and Mrs. Galan K. Ah Mook Sang Mr. and Mrs. Donn R. Ariyoshi ’79 Mrs. Kathy Tyau Carr ’93 and Mr. Stanford Carr Charles L. Chiu and Lisa Hashimoto-Chiu Mr. and Mrs. David F. Fasi ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Gentry ’74 Ms. Mona Goto Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Hankins
Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Harbottle Mr. Vinson H. Hirano ’87 and Mrs. Dawn Izawa Hirano ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Iinuma Mr. and Mrs. Jody K. Kanemaru Dr. and Mrs. Mark T. Kanemori ’81 Mr. Timothy R. Knight and Ms. Martha F. Norton Mr. Ryan K. Kusumoto ’93 and Mrs. Erin Miyamoto Kusumoto ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Peter S.T. Lam Ms. Sherri T. Y. Lau Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Lee ’83 Mr. Edwin Y. Matsuda and Dr. Maya Matsuda Mr. and Mrs. Asa P. Miyahira ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Miyashiro ’85 Dr. and Mrs. Wendell K. Morita ’90 Dr. Randal Motooka and Dr. Tammy Chang-Motooka Mr. and Mrs. Reese R. Nakamura ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Wesley K. Nihei ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Kurt I. Nishiguchi Mr. Arnold Tiancheng Niu and Ms. Beilei Sun Mr. Daniel T. Shiu ’87 and Ms. Sandra Moriki-Shiu Mr. Carl K. Sunada Dr. Stacey Kubota Takanishi ’84 and Mr. Dale Takanishi Mr. and Mrs. Brandt L. Takeuchi ’87 Dr. and Mrs. Alan K. Tanaka ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Wada Mrs. Katherine Nose Warner ’82 and Mr. Stephen Warner Mr. Mark W. Watanabe ’92 and Mrs. Lori Joy Morita Watanabe ’92 Mr. and Mrs. David G.S. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Koji Yamatsu Ms. Joanne M. Yonamine
Class of ’21 63% Anonymous (3) Mr. and Mrs. Ryozo Ariyoshi ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Philip K.Y. Au ’77 Trevor ’92 and Rae ’92 Benn Mr. and Mrs. Nelson S. Char ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Chinen Dr. Armand Chong ’79 and Mrs. Cathy Lee Chong Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M.K. Chong Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Co ’94 Mr. Robert H. Dawson and Dr. Lauren K. Dawson
Ms. Adrienne Shimonishi Elkind ’90 Mr. Eric A. Elkind Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Fasi, II Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K.S. Fong ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Craig S. Haga ’83 Mr. Scott Higa ’82 and Mrs. Misao Mokuta Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hinderleider Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey K. Inouye Mr. and Mrs. Darren T. Kai ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Terry Katagiri Mr. and Mrs. Kenn K. Kato Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Kinningham Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Lee ’83 Mrs. Chrysti Chun Lu ’93 and Mr. Chieh Fu Lu Mrs. Yvette Yuen Maskrey ’84 and Mr. Jim Maskrey Dr. and Mrs. Brennon T. Morioka ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Garett H. Muranaka ’89 Dr. and Mrs. Stuart S. Nakamoto ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Natori ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Grant M. Okimura Mr. and Mrs. Wendall H. Omura ’79 Mr. and Mrs. John H. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Takahiro K. Taguchi Dr. Stacey Kubota Takanishi ’84 and Mr. Dale Takanishi Ms. Shelly H. Tanaka ’90 and Mr. Kai Hobbs Mr. William J. Tobin and Ms. Tracy D. Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Thornton K. Toma ’85 Mrs. Kandyce Iwao Watanabe ’90 and Mr. Scott Watanabe Mr. Todd R. Yamanaka ’84 and Dr. Lori Kitazaki Yamanaka ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C.L. Yee ’82
Class of ’22 55% Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Ah Cook Mr. Paul K. Arita ’89 and Mrs. Vivian Lee Arita ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Asato ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Marcus R. Boland Mrs. Kathy Tyau Carr ’93 and Mr. Stanford Carr Mr. Geary Y.S. Chun and Dr. Eileen Ogasawara-Chun Mr. Roy R. Epstein and Ms. Jayne H. Hirata-Epstein Mr. and Mrs. Lester B. Fujikami
Mr. and Mrs. David K. Fujiwara ’80 Dr. and Mrs. Grant Y. Fusato ’85 Dr. Meri-Mika Morisada Guillou ’83 and Mr. Joseph R. Guillou Todd ’85 and Susan Haruki Mr. and Mrs. Sean K.Y.L. Heely Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Higa Dr. Elizabeth C. Ignacio ’89 and Mr. David Kostecki Mr. and Mrs. Brandon G.M. Jim On ’91 Mr. and Mrs. S. Francis Jusuf Mr. and Mrs. Jody K. Kanemaru Mr. and Mrs. Kurtis D. Kimura Mr. Karl Kiyokawa ’79 and Mrs. Jerrie A. Kiyokawa ’84 Mr. Ryan K. Kusumoto ’93 and Mrs. Erin Miyamoto Kusumoto ’93 Mr. Christopher K. Lee ’88 and Ms. Sharlene R. Ginoza-Lee Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Loughridge Mr. Kurt T. Matsuzaki ’84 and Mrs. Luanne Kuwaye Matsuzaki ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Hideki Nagai Mr. and Mrs. Gary Y. Nako Dr. Chuong Nguyen and Dr. Diana Huang Dr. and Mrs. Wesley K. Nihei ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Kurt I. Nishiguchi Mr. and Mrs. Jason Y. Nishikawa ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Corey H. Okamura Dr. and Mrs. Wynn H. Okuda Mr. and Mrs. David K. Shimabuku ’87 Dr. and Mrs. David A.H. Sumikawa ’85 Mr. Kent E. Takazawa ’82 and Dr. Lydia Takazawa Mrs. Lori F.M. Tamura and Mr. Keith I. Tamura Mr. Keith M. Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Taiji Terasaki Mr. and Mrs. Derrick S. Tsuruda Mrs. A. Kimie Yasunaga-Frith ’92 and Mr. Gregory W. Frith Mr. Clinton Y. Yee ’81 and Mrs. Lori Pang Yee ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Denny T. Yoshikawa
Class of ’23 47% Anonymous (4) Trevor ’92 and Rae ’92 Benn Mr. and Mrs. David F. Fasi ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Fasi, II Mr. and Mrs. Reid A. Gushiken Dr. and Mrs. Craig S. Haga ’83
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Hicks Mr. Vinson H. Hirano ’87 and Mrs. Dawn Izawa Hirano ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Tin-Fah Huang, Jr. Mrs. Sherri-Ann Chun Iha ’84 and Mr. Brian Iha Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Y. Izuo Mr. and Mrs. Darren T. Kai ’88 Mrs. Tracy Hasegawa Kimura ’87 and Mr. David Kimura Dr. Keith M. Koga ’83 and Mrs. Carrie Osumi Koga ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Kuroda Mr. Edwin Y. Matsuda and Dr. Maya Matsuda Dr. and Mrs. Takashi Matsui Mr. and Mrs. Nelson K. Moku, III ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Monaco ’87 Dr. and Mrs. Brennon T. Morioka ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Darren D. Nakao ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Osada Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pascua ’85 Dr. Masaki Takai ’86 and Dr. Amanda Ho Takai ’88 Drs. Kathryn and Richard Takazawa Mr. and Mrs. Brandt L. Takeuchi ’87 Ms. Lisa M. Tamura-Tanoue Mr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Wada Mr. Mark W. Watanabe ’92 and Mrs. Lori Joy Morita Watanabe ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Brandon K. Yamamoto ’89
Class of ’24 40% Anonymous (3) Dr. Darin J. Awaya ’90 and Dr. Heather Awaya Dr. Michael S.L. Ching ’94 and Ms. Nan Ketpura-Ching Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Fasi, II Mr. Benjamin A. Godsey and Dr. Yvonne L.H. Chan Mrs. Ann S. Hirata and Mr. Brian Hirata Dr. Elizabeth C. Ignacio ’89 and Mr. David Kostecki Mr. Davin T. Kazama ’94 and Mrs. Noelani Soriano Kazama ’94 Mr. and Mrs. David D. Kim Dr. Christopher C. Lee and Dr. Jennifer C. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Dean Matsukawa Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Otani ’76 Mrs. Erin Adaniya Palmer ’91 and Mr. Steve Palmer
Class of ’43 20% Mr. Washington T. Char Mr. Charles R. Wichman
Class of ’44 28% Mr. George S. Kobayashi Mr. Albert Minn Mr. Thomas D.K. Moon Mr. Albert H. Ogawa Mr. Bing Duck Pang
Class of ’46 42%
Dr. Jordan E. Pinsker and Dr. Angela Hsu Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Shimokawa Mr. R. Scott Simon ’88 and Mrs. Lisa Lee Simon ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Carter K.K.S.S. Siu ’92 Dr. Brent K. Tamamoto ’95 and Mrs. Sheri Chun Tamamoto ’95 Dr. David J. Tamura ’86 and Mrs. Lisa Oshiro Dr. and Mrs. Thomas K.S. Tan Mr. William J. Tobin and Ms. Tracy D. Tanaka Mr. and Mrs. Asa K. Wakabayashi Dr. John T. Wu and Dr. Christina N. Nguyen Mr. Todd R. Yamanaka ’84 and Dr. Lori Kitazaki Yamanaka ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Griffith T. Yanagi Mrs. A. Kimie Yasunaga-Frith ’92 and Mr. Gregory W. Frith Ms. Joanne M. Yonamine
ALUMNI (by class)
The percentage of alumni participation is based on the number of alumni in our database.
Class of ’40 17% Mr. James K.F. Chun Mr.* Richard K.W. Lee
Class of ’41 21% Mr. Richard O. Ching Mr. Bertram N. Hiu Mr. Wilmer C. Morris
Class of ’42 40% Anonymous (2) Mr. Vernon C.H. Chang The Rev. Richard C.P. Chun Mr. Holbrook W. Goodale Mr. James J. Yamashiro
Mr.* David Y.T. Ching Mr. Ernest T. Hara Mr. Francis J. Kojima Mr. Harry T. Masaki Mr. Hisashi Matsumoto Mr. Edwin T. Ogasawara Mr. Richard T. Sakimoto Mr. Alex Y. Uyeshiro
Mr. Arvid T. Hara Mr. Abraham S. Ho Mr. F. Robin Ichinose Mr. Kenneth Y. Iinuma Mr. Howard Y.H. Lau Mr. Robert H.Y. Leong COL George W.T. Loo Mr. Harry I. Munemasa Dr. Francis T. Oda Mr. Wilfred T. Ogomori Mr. David N. Otani Mr. Thomas S. Sakata Mr. Chauncey S.H. Seto Mr. Henry Y. Tamayei Dr. Raymond M. Tamura Mr. Alfred M.K. Wong COL Richard J.C. Wong Dr. Donald T. Yoshizumi
Class of ’49 62%
Anonymous (1) Mr. Richard N. Freeman Mr. Richard S. Furuno Mr. Edmund S. Hara Mr. George N. Hirohata Mr. M. Tsuneo Katsumoto Mr. Rex S. Kuwasaki Mr. Benjamin H.K. Lee Mr. John Y.H. Lee, Sr. Mr. Francis C.H. Lum Mr.* James H. Matsuoka Dr. Kenneth H. Muraoka Mr. Charles M. Nakoa Mr.* Joseph I. Oba Dr. Richard K.S. Pang Dr. Mitsuo Tottori Mr. Theodore W.J. Wong Mr. Hastings J. Yee Hoy, Sr. Mr. James H. Zukeran
Anonymous (1) Mr. Harold W. Aloiau Mr. Harry I. Aoyagi Mr. Edward Y.C. Chun Mr. Howard K. Han Mr. Raymond K. Hatate Mr. Paul W. In Mr. Raymond E. Iwamoto Mr. Clifford H. Jinbo Mr. James M. Kawasaki Mr. Walter T. Komeiji Mr. James H.S. Lee Mr. Alan M. McKillop Mr. Kenneth T. Mukaigawa Mr. Albert K. Nishikawa Mr. Donald M. O Mr. Hugo S.H. Seto Dr. Walton K.T. Shim Mr. Gerald T. Soneda Mr. Clarence H. Taoka Mr. Edward H. Tokunaga Mr. Robert B.C. Tom Mr. Raymond W.C. Wong Mr. Warren K.H. Wong
Class of ’48 47%
Class of ’50 36%
Anonymous (1) Mr. Charles Y. Char Mr. James T. Chinn Mr. Wilfred K.P. Chun Mr. John K.K. Collins Mr. Bassil I. Dunn Mr. Tamotsu Goya
Dr. Donald S. Amano Mr. Edwin S. Aoki Mr. Herbert W. J. Chun Mr. Richard M. Iida The Rev. David K. Kennedy Mr. Frank S. Nakamoto Mr. Norman M. Okubo
Class of ’47 53%
Mr. Harry Y.H. Soo Mr. Willard F. Souza Mr. Harry M. Takane Mr. Henry H. Tanabe Dr. Frank K. Tanaka Mr. Sun Yet Wong Mr. Richard S. Yogi
Class of ’51 31% Mr. Benjamin Almadova Mr. Patrick I. Hironaga Mr. Robert S. Iida Mr. Eugene M. Inouye Mr. Frank K. Kahoohanohano Mr.* Royal M. Kashiwahara Mr. Herbert Kawai Mr. Douglas T.Y. Lee Mr. Stanley Y. Mukai Mr. Arthur T. Murakami Dr. Walter S. Nobuhara Mr. Herbert N. Okubo Dr. Dudley S.J. Seto Mr. Thomas S. Shimabuku Dr. Maxwell M. Urata Mr. Wilfred W.S. Wong Dr. Stanley Y. Zukeran
Class of ’52 37% Anonymous (1) Mr. Ronald C. Au Mr. Gordon H. A. Chang Dr. Richard K. Hamamura Mr. Clyde M. Hedani Mr. David K. Hirashiki The Rev. Paul S. Kennedy Mr. Eugene H. Manuel Mr. Ronald M. Nakatsuji Mr. Tad T. Okada Dr. Stanley S. Shimoda Mr. Albert T. Tanimura Mr. Edward T. Tokuda Mr. Allan S. Totoki Mr. Douglas S.Y. Tyau Mr. Gilbert Y. Yamada Mr. Wallace S. Yamanaka
Class of ’53 44% Anonymous (1) The Rev. Darrow L. Aiona Mr. Richard J. Anderson Mr. John K.C. Ching
Mr. Stanley T. Doi Mr. Frank K. Hamada Mr. Allan K. Kondo Mr. Clarence K. Lee Mr. William Y.S. Lee Mr. Michael N. Nagaji Mr. Richard K. Nagashima Mr. Donald M. Satogata Mr. Billy H.T. Shim Mr. Eugene K. Shizuru Mr. Frederick H. Takara Mr. Tamotsu Tanaka Mr. Ralph T. Watanabe Mr. Duane S.T. Yee
Class of ’54 32% Anonymous (2) Mr. Franklin S. Atienza Dr. Glenn M. Biven Mr. Alexander H. Brenner Mr. William V.L. Chong Mr. Lawrence H. Ginoza Mr. Harvey T. Kodama Mr. Alva F. Kurano Mr. Warren E. Kurata Mr. Stevens T. Lee Mr. Wallace Y.K. Mau Mr. Stanley H. Oishi Mr. Howard A. Okita Mr. Makoto Tashima Mr. George J. Uyehara Mr. F. Roger Wiley Mr. Reuben S.F. Wong Mr. Albert S. Yamaguchi Mr. Glenn K. Zukeran
Class of ’55 49% Anonymous (3) Mr. Earl U. Biven Mr. Ralph A. Chinen Mr. Larry L. Cundiff, Sr. Mr. Roy T. Doi Mr. Wilfred S. Fujita Mr. Stanley M. Fukumoto Mr. Ronald T. Iwao Mr. George K. Izumi Mr. Frederick K. Karimoto Mr. Edward M. Kashiwamura Mr. Donald M. Kimura Mr. Kenneth M. Koike Mr. Bunny Tai Bun Lee Mr. Morley M. Matsuda
Mr. Glen T. Matsumoto Mr. John S. McKinney Mr. Roy T. Murakami Mr. Howard S. Nakamoto Mr. Paul I. Nakayama Mr. Ronald J. Nakayama Mr. Roy M. Nishioka Dr. William M. Ohara Mr. Thomas S. Oye Mr. Richard K. Sakai Mr. Ray F. Sumida Dr. Bert M. Sumikawa Mr. Raymond H. Tanouye Mr. Edwin R. Watanabe Mr. George M. Yamakawa Mr. Kenneth T. Yonamine
Class of ’56 17% Anonymous (1) Mr. Edward N. Inouye Mr. Melvin K. Kuroiwa Dr. Gordon K. Leong Mr. James M.O. Luke Mr. Clifford T. Murayama Mr. Henry T. Nakahodo Mr. Paul T. Nuha Mr.* David K. Oishi Mr.* Patrick T. Suzuki Mr. James H. Uchiyama
Class of ’57 32% Anonymous (3) Mr. Stephen T.C. Ching Mr. Stanley A. Chong Mr. Herbert K. Endo Mr. Kenneth T. Ginoza Mr. Robert H. Hashimoto Mr. Francis H. Hirashiki Mr. Daniel T. Kashiwamura COL Charles M. Katsuyoshi Mr. Harry W. Kealoha Mr. Edward T. Koike Mr. Raymond K. Masuda Mr. Roy T. Matsuda Dr. Richard S. Morimoto Mr. Nelson K. Nakagawa Mr. Roland K.Y. Shim Mr. Patrick Y. Tanibe Mr. Allen P.Y. Tyau Mr. Clifford K.H. Young
Class of ’58 42% Anonymous (1) Mr. William W. Ahana, Jr. Mr. Melvin R. Aoki Mr. Roy M. Asato Mr. Kelvyn K.Y. Chang Mr. Wilfred K.K. Chang Mr. Leonard K.W. Chow Mr. Frederick T. Koga Mr. Richard K.Y. Lau Dr. Lawrence H. Miike Mr. Calvin S. Miyamoto Mr. Alan F. Moo Mr. Franklin K. Mukai Mr. Robert Y. Nakamatsu Mr. David S. Nakamoto Dr. James M. Sagawa Mr. Edward K. Sakamoto Mr. Stanley K. Sasaki Mr. Miles K. Suzuki Mr. James L.C. Tan Mr. Calmond Tang Mr. Thomas K. Toma Mr. Robert S. Toyofuku Mr. James K. Upchurch Jr. Mr. Stanley H. Uyehara
Class of ’59 47% Anonymous (2) Dr. Roy S. Adaniya Mr. Robert K. Asanoma The Rt. Rev. Richard S.O. Chang Mr. Norman K. Chung, Jr. Mr. Kenneth H. Dillingham Mr. Robert M. Fujita Mr. Royce S. Fukunaga Mr. Edward I. Funasaki Mr. Daniel W.P. Hee Mr. Wade Y. Ishimoto Mr. Stanley T. Kimura Mr. Hiram Y. Kitagawa LTC Earl S.C. Lau Mr. Gordon G.J. Lau Mr. Calvin F.S. Lee Dr. Oren T.H. Leong Mr. Stephen H. Motokawa Mr. Raymond K. Onishi Mr. Wayne S. Otake Mr. C. E. Rags Scanlan Mr. Eugene K.L. Siu Mr. Dex H. Takesue
Mr. Herman T. Tanaka Mr. Myron K.L. Tom Mr. Roy T. Tonaki Mr. Irwin K. Wada Mr. James K. Yamashita Mr. Eugene H.B. Young Mr. Glenn H. Young Mr. Lawrence H.F. Young
Class of ’60 32% Kevin Sakoda ‘82 with Dave Roberts in the ‘Iolani art building
This tribute was written by Kevin Sakoda ’82 on why he supports The Dave Roberts Endowment. Roberts is the chair of the art department and a longtime mentor—an inspiration to generations of alumni and students.
ome of the most interesting and
awards, salaries, performance reviews,
insightful people I have met
rankings—all the quantitative measures
in my career have an unusual
you want! Dave reminds us to stay
creativeness, an active imagination,
true to our intuition and to pursue
and an ability to think “outside the
a child-like joy—a curious, creative,
box.” The “Big Box” that sits between
no rules approach to a blank piece
St. Alban’s Chapel and the Lower
of paper or a glob of clay. A famous
School is home to a very special
person once advised graduating
“out-of-the-box” kind of guy. The Dave
Stanford students to “Stay hungry
Roberts Endowment celebrates the
and stay foolish.” It’s OK, on occasion,
contribution that Dave “Jungle Bob”
to follow your intuition, to play in
Roberts has made and continues to
the “tails” of the normal distribution,
make to the ‘Iolani community through
or to be “way out there.” Each day,
his unending enthusiasm in bringing
one student at a time, Dave fosters
“art” into our lives. Somewhere along
this “hunger and foolishness” (aka
the way, we tend to get “trapped in the
“Bugaloo”) knowing that it is the right
box” and at times, we can lose track of
brain that will set a strong left brain
the “joy” in pursuit of our happiness.
free in the pursuit of our “joy.”
Unfortunately (or fortunately), we live in a world of rules, boundaries, tests,
Let’s keep the “Bugaloo” alive at ‘Iolani!
Anonymous (1) Mr. Melvin W.S. Chow Mr. Warren W.K. Chung Mr. Ernest K. Hirata Mr.* Leroy F. Ichida Mr. Stanley S. Inkyo Mr. Melvyn A. Izumi Mr. Nelson E. Jones Mr. Stanley T. Kanetake Mr. James Kawashima Mr. David D. Kim Mr. Steven K. Kondo Mr. Ronald S. Lim Mr. Wayne K. Minami Mr. Randall W.Y. Ng Mr. Wesley G. Numazu Mr. Douglas R. Olson Mr. Paul T. Shigenaga Mr. Leslie K. Uyehara Dr. Carl Y. Watanabe Mr. Alvin I. Yamashiro Mr. Robert K. Yamato Mr. Herb S. Yoshimura
Class of ’61 40% Anonymous (1) Mr. Arthur A. Akina, III The Honorable Bruce S. Ames Mr. Thomas A. Campbell Mr. Jerry N. Chong Mr. Richard K.S. Chung Mr. Andre Dulce Mr. David W. Dumas Mr. George K. Fujikawa COL Warren M.F. Ho Dr. Craig K. Ichinose Dr. Kenneth Y. Kaneshiro Mr. Morris K. Lai Mr. Howard D. Lee Mr. Kenneth J. Lee Mr. Leroy H.L. Lee Mr. James C.F. Leong
Mr. George A. Malinasky Mr. James T. Miyashiro Mr. Robert L. Mumper Mr. Kenneth M. Nakasone Dr. Roger S. Nishimura, Jr. Mr. Miles M. Ono Dr. Milton M. Oshiro Mr. Russell K. Saito CAPT Harry A. Seymour, Jr. Mr. Wayne T. Takemoto Mr. Dick M. Tsuda Mr. David D.W. Tyau Mr. Norman D.S. Tyau Mr. Donald I. Watanabe
Class of ’62 68% Anonymous (8) Mr. Randall I. Abe Mr. Rodney K. Asada Mr. Patrick F.P. Chai Mr. Chester Y.K. Ching Mr. Dennis Y.K. Ching Mr. Alvin J.B. Chong Mr. Steven W.L. Chow Dr. Kenneal Y.C. Chun Mr. Paul B.W. Chun Mr. Roland K.C. Chun Mr. Robert Joseph Davis III Mr. Vincent S. Goshi Dr. Melvin K.P. Ho Mr. Richard Kwok Ning Ho Mr. John M. Ishikawa Mr. Gordon H. Ito Mr. Mark M. Kaneshiro The Rev. Roland M. Kawano Mr. Miles S. Kawatachi Brig. Gen. Dwight M. Kealoha Mr. Joel B. Kennedy Mr. Colin R. Leong Mr. Richard G. Lim Mr. Leighton K.F. Liu Mr. Alan S. Maii Dr. Samuel O. Mayeda Dr. Michael D. Miyamoto Mr. Walter H. Muraoka Mr. Calvin T. Nakagawa Mr. Neil T. Nakamura Mr. Kenneth K. Okimoto Mr. John H. Ozaki Mr. Thomas K. Sakamoto Mr. David T. Shiraishi Mr. Raymond H.Y. Tan Mr.* Alfred A. Tanaka Mr. Fred H. Tanaka *Denotes deceased
Mr. Wayne K. Tani Dr. Clifford J. Tokumaru Mr. Patrick Y. Tom Mr. Milton A. Tsuda Mr. Mark T. Tsutsumi Dr. Nathan A.K. Wong Mr. Clifford C.O. You
Mr. James M. Takeyama Mr. Howard H.S. Tan Mr. Allan I. Tanigawa Mr. Gary H.T. Ting Mr. Leroy Y. Uyehara Mr. Ronald A. Yoda Mr. Michael M.J. Young
Class of ’63 25%
Class of ’65 35%
Mr. Michael K.M. Au Mr. Sidney K. Ayabe Mr. Theron Jon Chun Mr. Richard D. Chun-Hoon Mr. Rodney C.P. Go Mr. Douglas T.K. Ing COL Russell C. Jones COL Gregg K. Kakesako Mr. Irving H. Kamisato Mr. Wayne S. Kinoshita Dr. Dennis M. Kuwabara Mr. Edward Y.H. Lee Mr. Gordon W.H. Lee Mr. Adrian K.Y. Lum Mr. Ronald H. Miyashiro Mr. Walter K. Nagasako Mr. Norman Y. Quon Mr. R. Dean Straw Mr. Gordon M. Uechi Mr. Daniel S. Yoshioka
Dr. Howard K. Arimoto LTC Dennis K.H. Chang Mr. Paul B. Chock Mr. Stephen J.W. Chong Dr. Dexter J.L. Choy Mr. Glenn G.P. Goo Mr. John B. Hamilton Mr. Stuart A. Kaneko Mr. Dennis S. Kato Mr. Glenn M. Kawatachi Mr. Geoffrey S.Y. Lau Mr. Hubert P. Minn Mr. Gavien N. Miyata Mr. Frederick T. Okumura Dr. Alvin T. Onaka Dr. Arthur S. Otani Mr. Courtland H.L. Pang Mr. Robert W. Phifer Mr. James B. Saum, Jr. Mr. Chris M. Shirai Mr. Gerald K.W. Wong Mr. Randall S.J. Wong Mr. Steven M. Yamamoto Mr. Ronald M. Yonemoto Mr. Richard S.W. Young
Class of ’64 36% Mr. Mark L. Ames Mr. Daniel K.M. Chang Mr. Warren C.W. Chee COL Gordon W. Cho Mr. Reynold J. Choy Mr. Robert A. Firehock Dr. Walter S.O. Fo Dr. Elwin D.H. Goo The Rev. Dr. Brian J. Grieves Mr. Frank O. Hay, Jr. Mr. Jonathan A. Kim Mr. William M.Y. Lau Mr. Roy Ledesma COL Terry S. Lee Judge David W. Lo Dr. Tetsuo Miyabara Mr. Keith T. Morioka Mr. Ronald T. Ohira Mr. Edwin T. Sakoda Mr. Bruce Shimomoto Mr. David Y. Takagi
Class of ’66 30% Anonymous (3) Mr. Han P. Ching Mr. Raynard K. Chun Mr. Kevin K. Frewert Mr. Danny H. Ganiko Mr. Lawrence A. Goya Dr. Wayne K. Hirota Dr. Carey S. Inouye Mr. William H. Johnson Mr. Melvin Y. Kaneshige Mr. Berton T. Kato Mr. Lincoln K. Keanini Mr. Kerry W.L. Mow Mr. Alan J. Nakahara Dr. Roy T. Nakayama Dr. Roland C.K. Ng
Mr. Thomas C. Sheeran Mr. Everett Y. Shimabuku Mr. Alan J. Shimamoto Mr. Brian N. Sunada Mr. Stephen A. Tajima Dr. Donn S. Terry Dr. Dennis H. Wachi Dr. Michael K.H. Wong Mr. Glenn J.P. Yee Mr. Jason K.L. Young
Class of ’67 36% Anonymous (1) Mr. Robert H. Bulkley Mr. Noel Y.F. Chang Mr. Wesley H.H. Ching Dr. Jonathan K. Cho Mr. Kevin Y.F. Chong Mr. Leighton K.M. Chong Mr. Michael S. Chu Mr. Robert V. Cooper Mr. Frank J. Failla, Jr. Mr. Michael S. Flores Mr. Gregory S. Hayashi Mr. David C. Hulihee Dr. Dwight I. Inouye Dr. Val T. Iwashita Mr. Gregory S.F. Kam LTC Verndal C.F. Lee Mr. Donald H. Mahaffy Mr. John H. Minnich, III Mr. Reed G. Minuth Mr. Miles T. Miyamoto Mr. Glenn S. Miyashita COL Dean R. Nakagawa Mr. Verlin K. Nishimura Mr. George R. Norcross, II Mr. Craig A. Okino Mr. Cameron T. Robert Mr. Norman A. Shinkoethe Mr. Reginald T. Suma Dr. Eliot N. Tomomitsu Mr. Ernie T. Tsuhako Mr. Lawrence T. Uchima Mr. Raymond H. Uyema Mr. Kenway J. Wong Mr. Michael K.C. Wong Mr. Randall K.H. Wong Mr. Wesley Yang
Class of ’68 18% Anonymous (1) Mr. Thomas D. Blondin Mr. Brian Y.K. Chang Mr. Wesley W.H. Chong Mr. Calvin K. Inouye Mr. Benjamin A. Kudo Mr. Conrad H. Murashige Dr. Clyde H. Nakayama Mr. Steven T. Ohta Mr. Stephen I. Omiya Mr. Robert Thomas Robinson Mr. Wayne Y. Sadoyama Dr. Wayne K. Tanaka Mr. Vincent C. Thomas, III Dr. Charles E. Wade Mr. Milton Jack Yuen Won Dr. Edwin J.H. Yee Mr. Russell K.K.K. Young Mr. Sanford K.J. Young
Class of ’69 17% Anonymous (1) Mr. Wendell Wen-Ta Chu Mr. Glover T. Ferguson, Jr. Mr. Darrell H. Ing Dr. Glenn M. Inouye Dr. Glenn T. Ishikawa Mr. Lance M. Kakuno Mr. Michael E. Kim Mr. Carl S. Kuwada Dr. Francis J.G. Liu Mr. Carlton M. Miura The Honorable Russel S. Nagata Mr. Wesley K. Nakamura Mr. Stanley Sadowski Mr. Eric E. Shimabukuro Dr. Ross E. Tanoue Mr. Russell M. Yamamoto Dr. Terrence T.K. Young
Class of ’70 22% Mr. Cosmo T. Arakawa Mr. Ernest C.M. Choy Mr. Rickey B.Q. Chun Dr. Reid P. Elam Mr. Brian S. Goto Mr. Bruce C. Harvey Mr. Howard K. Hatayama Dr. Patrick R. Jackson Mr. Wayne M. Kagami
Mr. Wayne K. Kamitaki Mr. Clifford A. Lee Mr. Dwight P. Leu Mr. Stanley J.K. Louis Mr. Daniel P. Manning Mr. Melvin L.H. Matsumoto Mr. Marshall K. Mau Mr. Lawrence S. Nagasawa, Jr. Mr. Douglas C. Nakoa Mr. Daniel T. Otani Dr. Neil Y. Shibuya Mr. Steven S. Shinohara Mr. Tyler S. Takehara Mr. Ethan K. Tomokiyo Mr. Clayton Y. Wong Mr. Kennan L. Wong Mr. Neil S. Yamagata
Class of ’71 39% Anonymous (2) Mr. Stephen L. Achimore Mr. Carlton K.C. Au Mr. Wendell S. Awada Mr. Malcolm K.L. Chong Mr. Steven M. Chun Mr. Craig R. Erickson Mr. Wayne A. Fujita Mr. Elton T. Fukumoto Mr. Michael Geib Mr. Gerald K.C. Hee Mr. Grant E. Howe Mr. Jack B. Johnson Dr. Elliot J. Kalauawa Mr. Robert M. Kamemoto Mr. Keith S. Kaneshige Mr. Kenneth J. Krumm Mr. Ken Kuraya Dr. Peter Be Tuck Lum Mr. George Mansho, Jr. Mr. Bruce T. Masatsugu Dr. Howard M. Matsuba Mr. Stephen Y. Mitsuzawa Dr. Joseph Y. Murakami Dr. Dennis T. Nagata Mr. Dale K. Nishikawa Mr. Lloyd Y. Nishimoto Mr. Keith I. Oda Dr. Leslie A. Oshita Dr. Clive I. Otsuka Mr. Robert H. Smith, Jr. Mr. Jed M. Taba Mr. Rodney T. Tajima Mr. Cyrus K. Tamashiro
Mr. Patrick Y. Taomae Dr. Donn S. Tokairin Mr. Neil F. Uyemura Mr. John P. Winkelman Dr. Allen M.O. Wong Mr. Melvin T. Yonamine Mr. Kerry K. Yoneshige Mr. Vincent S. Yoshimoto
Class of ’72 29% Anonymous (1) Mr. Steven C. Ai Mr. Ronald T. Aoyama Dr. Brian D. Fellmeth Mr. Muliufi Hannemann Dr. Thomas J. Hirasuna Mr. Michael S. Honda Dr. Kensey S. Inouye Dr. Franklin S.S. Kam Mr. Peter T. Kashiwa Mr. Russell S. Kato Mr. Eric K. Kawamura Mr. Guy T. Kawasaki Dr. Gilbert M. Korenaga, Jr. Mr. Eric S. Lee Mr. Gary M. Miyama Mr. Alton K. Miyashiro Mr. Michael S. Muraoka Mr. Kyle H. Nitta Mr. Raymond S. Ono Dr. Sanford S. Saito Mr. Nathan K. Shimabuku Dr. Russell F.M. Soon Mr. John P. St. Sure Mr. Donn A. Tanaka Mr. Alan M.L. Yee Mr. Michael F. Yee Mr. Dennis M. Yoshimoto Mr. Wayne Y. Yoshioka
Class of ’73 29% Mr. Mark C. Chun Mr. Terrence R. Chun Mr. John R. Conrad Dr. Rodney S.O. Fong Mr. Stephen M. Franklin Mr. James H. Hughes Mr. Guy K. Kamitaki Mr. Maurice T. Kanda Mr. Wilfred K. Keola, Jr. Mr. Alan I. Kojima Dr. Harvey J.S. Lum Mr. Warburton H. Maertz
Mr. Brian I. Masutani Mr. Ken T. Morikami Mr. Vernon Y. Nakamura Mr. Eric T. Nobunaga Mr. Dean E. Ochiai Mr. David P. Palk Mr. John L. Pang Mr. Scott Y. Sakamoto Mr. Alfred J. Seita Mr. Clyde K. Shijo Mr. Dayne T.J. Shinsato Mr. Mark B. Stevens Mr. Nelson K. Takenaka Mr. Alan K. Tamanaha Dr. Eric H. Tsukamoto Mr. Gregory S. Uchimura Dr. Jeffrey Y.C. Wong Mr. Paul S.K. Yuen
Class of ’74 28% Mr. Curtis W.C. Ching Mr. Wendell J.H. Choy Mr. Paul F. Fasi Mr. Norman H. Gentry Mr. Sanford D. Goto Mr. M. Randy Grune Mr. Eric E. Hamada Mr. Eric N. Hee Mr. Alvin Y. Hirabara Mr. Randal T. Imai Mr. Randall T. Kaya Dr. Gregg T. Kokame Mr. Cody K. Kondo Mr. Ross K. Kuraya Mr. James H.Q. Lee Mr. Richard J.Y. Louis Mr. Colin O. Miwa Mr. Ryan K. Muraoka Mr. Craig H. Nakamura Mr. Dean T. Nakasone Mr. Lawrence A. Obrock Dr. Stephen M. Oishi Mr. Kelvin H. Okumura Dr. Wendell Y. Oumaye Mr. Neal T. Sakima Dr. Kent A. Sato Mr. Mark Y. Shibuya Mr. Alan A. Soneda Dr. Scott K. Takiguchi Mr. Guy K. Tamashiro Mr. Robin Y. Uyeshiro Mr. Andrew E. Yamaguchi Mr. Mark H. Yamakawa
Class of ’75 18%
Class of ’77 31%
Anonymous (1) Mr. James Y. Agena CDR Robert M. Bennett Mr. Brian G.M. Ho Mr. Kip K. Kamoto Mr. Gary H. Kaneshiro Mr. Paul J. Kosasa Mr. Terrence W.Y. Lau Mr. Richard J. Lee Mr. David K. Masunaga Dr. Gerald N. Matsuyama Mr. Terrance K. Nimori Mr. Cory O. Okuda Mr. Blane I. Setogawa Mr. Alan K. Suemori Mr. Tod Z. Tanaka Mr. Michael L. Tannahill Mr. Keith K. Tokumoto Mr. Douglas G. Wee Dr. Bryan M.K. Wong Dr. Kevin Y.S. Wong Dr. Steve T. Yasui
Anonymous (3) Mr. Ryozo Ariyoshi Mr. Philip K.Y. Au Mr. Gregory W. Bolian Mr. S. John Buist, Jr. Mr. Nelson S. Char Mr. Stuart W.H. Ching Mr. Mark W. DeMello Dr. Lyndon D. Fong Mr. Randall L. Fong Mr. Jeffery G. Freeman Dr. Michael W.L. Ho Mr. Peter L. Jenkins Dr. Alan M. Kaneshige COL Jerome H. Kim CAPT Neal J. Kusumoto Mr. Adrian I.D. Lee Dr. Herbert L. Lim Mr. Brian M. Matsuyama Dr. Mark M. Mugiishi Dr. Roland T. Nishioka Mr. Walter K. Nishioka Jr. Mr. Harry Y. Oda Dr. Warren H. Ohira Mr. Curt T. Otaguro Mr. Patrick T. Perkins Mr. Wendell H. Saito Mr. Keith I. Sasaki Mr. Wendall L. Sen Dr. Kenneth Silva, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Alan K. Tanaka Dr. Luke Y. Teruya Mr. Randall S. Tom Mr. Kyle S. Tsukamoto Mr. Ward K. Yamashita Dr. Bryce K. Yamauchi Dr. Nelson O. Yoshioka, Jr.
Class of ’76 24% Anonymous (1) Dr. Wesley J.J. Choy Mr. Charles F. Fasi Mr. Dennis S. Furuike Mr. Peter W. Gibson Mr. Lance M. Goto Dr. Jeffrey C. Kam Mr. Brian I. Kanekuni Mr. Brian E. LaPorte Dr. Whitney M.L. Limm Mr. James J.Y. Louis Dr. Mark C. Lum Mr. Ricardo J. Miller Mr. Riki S. Morimoto Mr. Carl I. Muraoka Dr. Martin K. Oishi Mr. Norman N. Okimoto Mr. Floyd M. Otani Mr. Keith E.H. Sakoda Mr. Karl K. Sakuda Mr. Randal K. Shiroma Mr. Brian Takahashi Mr. Todd T. Tamura Mr. Brian K. Tottori Mr. Len K. Tsuhako Mr. Craig M. Watanabe Mr. Darren T.Q. Wong Mr. Elton W.H. Wong Mr. Gerald H. Yamane *Denotes deceased
Class of ’78 23% Anonymous (2) Mr. Andrew F.T. Ching Mr. Curtis B. Ching Dr. Alvin H.L. Chung Mr. Roger S. Fletcher Mr. William M. Hannum Mr. Clint T. Hashiba Dr. David M. Iwasaki Mr. Gardner K. Kaumeheiwa Dr. Kaye K. Kawahara Mr. Howard U.H. Kim Jr. Mr. Walter K. Kobayashi Mr. David A. Lau
Mr. Brandon A. Lee Mr. Rodney S.H. Leong Jr. Mr. Wendell B. Look Mr. Russell Y.K. Lum Mr. Brian H. Morikuni Mr. Jonathan K. Poe Mr. Bret M. Powers Dr. Kevin K. Saito Mr. Wesley M. Sato Dr. Gregg A. Shimomura Mr. John M. Tonaki Mr. Rod R. Ueunten Dr. Lenbert M.F. Wong Mr. Jeffrey E. Yamaguchi Mr. Craig S. Yonamine Dr. Alan M. Yugawa
Class of ’79 25% Anonymous (1) Mr. Myles M. Arakawa Mr. Creighton D. Arita Mr. Donn R. Ariyoshi Mr. Paul N. Carson Dr. Armand K. Chong Mr. Frank Felix, III Mr. Bruce K.S. Fong Mr. Eric K. Funasaki Mr. Ken K. Hayashida Mr. Dwayne H.T.F. Hue Mr. Clyde I. Igarashi Dr. Alson S. Inaba Mr. Glen A. Kaneshige Mr. Charles Y. Kaneshiro Mr. Eric K. Keola Mr. Karl S. Kiyokawa Mr. Glenn H. Kosaki Mr. C. Kevin McCrary Mr. Ian N. McCutcheon Dr. Kenneth T. Minami Mr. Jeffrey Y. Mori Mr. Reese R. Nakamura Mr. Mark S. Noda Dr. Calvin S. Oishi Mr. Wendall H. Omura Mr. Clayton H. Ono Mr. Kurt K. Sakamoto Dr. Paul K. Seo Mr. Christopher J. Swoish Mr. Cary T. Tanaka Mr. Rand H. Totoki Dr. Stuart T. Tsuzaki Dr. Keith H. Zukeran
Class of ’80 24% Anonymous (1) Mr. Alan K. Arakawa Mr. Gary S. Asato Mr. James W. Campbell Mr. Garrett L.W. Chew Mr. Earl M. Ching Mr. David R. Chun Mr. Garry K.M. Chun Mr. David F. Fasi Mr. James J. Finley Mr. David K. Fujiwara Mr. Jon K.T. Genka Mr. Brian J. Glover Mr. Kenneth F. Goldstein Mr. Stephen M. Higa Mr. Edson T. Hirohata Mr. Nathan Y.L. Ho Dr. Dean Y. Horie Mr. Reid R. Kawahara Mr. Earl T. Kim Mr. Glenn S.C. Lau Mr. Kirk K. Mento Mr. Lane T. Muraoka Dr. Michael N. Murphy Mr. Paul P. Nakama Dr. Ted T. Sakamoto Mr. Glen N. Sakima Dr. Neal T. Shimoda Mr. Curtis I. Shiraishi COL Dale A. Takenaka Mr. Jon T. Tanaka Mr. Lawrence G. Tanimoto Mr. Gil A. Tibayan Mr. Dwight H. Uetake Mr. Kingsley K.S. Wong Mr. Darryl K. Yokoyama
Class of ’81 18% Mr. Lawson Y. Aoki Mr. Gary W. Camp Dr. Wei Chao Mr. Randall S. Inaba Mr. Randal M. Kaiura Dr. Mark T. Kanemori Mr. Alan K. Kodama Mr. Ivan R. Kuniyoshi Dr. Peili Lin Mr. Kent A. Matsuzaki Mr. Ross T. Mihara Dr. Jon M. Miyagi Mr. Bert Y. Morikuni Mr. Lincoln K. Oshiro
Mr. Andrew K. Palk Mr. Bryan D. Pang Mr. Dean Y. Shigemura Mr. Shaun S. Ushijima Dr. Steven C.K.H. Wong Mr. Lee H. Yamamoto Mr. Derrick T. Yamane Mr. Clinton Y.L. Yee Mr. Kenneth M. Yonamine Mr. Robin Y.K. Young Dr. Gary G.L. Yuen
Class of ’82 23% Anonymous (2) Dr. Jason C. Ako Mr. Eldon M.T. Ching Mr. William G.K. Collins Mr. Robert K. Cundiff Mr. Byron C.L. Goo Mr. Scott J. Higa Mr. Stuart H. Ishikawa Mr. Aaron T. Kam Mr. Stuart K. Knowles Mr. Darrell D. Kong Mr. Gary J. Kosaki Dr. Stuart S. Nakamoto Mr. Jeffrey S. Nakamura Mr. Robert S. Oshita Dr. Daniel J. Rodrigues Mr. and Mrs. Takeshi Saeki Mr. Stephen T. Sasaki Mr. Brian L. Sen Mr. Michael B. Sen The Rev. Michael O.C. Silva Mr. Theodore W.J. Sung Mr. Kyle Y. Tabata Mr. Kent E. Takazawa Mr. Mark D.C. Tom Dr. Kevin K. Tsuda Dr. Gabriel L. Uy Mrs. Katherine Nose Warner Mr. Jon T. Yamamura Mr. Michael C.L. Yee Mr. Thomas B. Youth
Class of ’83 20% Dr. Carl L. de los Reyes Mr. Salvador A. Fasi Dr. Meri-Mika Morisada Guillou Dr. Craig S. Haga
Mr. Aaron C. Hamada Dr. Amy Barcia Harpstrite Mr. Darren S. Hori Dr. Scott A. Kajihara Mr. Richie H. Kibota Mrs. Lisa Matsumoto Kikuta Dr. Keith M. Koga Dr. Michael Y. Komeya Mr. Brad A. Konishi Mr. Scott T.K. Laboy Mr. Paul A. Lee Dr. Jeffrey M.C. Lin Mrs. Leona Pang Lin Mr. James W. Matthews Mrs. Denise M. Miyasaki Wheeler Mr. Russell K. Mori Dr. Myles M. Morimoto Mr. James P. Murphy Mr. Nathan T. Natori Mr. Scott T. Nekota Mr. Walter I. Oda Mr. Ethan H. Okamoto Mrs. Diane Yuen Overland Ms. Valerie Kirk Pacific Mr. Michael H. Subiaga Mr. Matthew J.M. Suzuki Ms. Kelly P. Swartman-Hogan Mr. Paul K. Uyeda Mr. Fumihisa Yamazaki Mr. Dean I. Yonamine
Class of ’84 20% Anonymous (2) Ms. Gaye Sakamoto Araki Mr. Darin N. Chinen Mr. Dennis W. Chong Kee Ms. Liesl M.L. Eng Mr. Michael M. Fujita Mr. Alan S. Furuno Dr. Jann Furusho Hara Mr. Kurt T. Hara Mrs. Sherri-Ann Chun Iha Mr. Peter Y. Kikuta Mr. Wayne R.N. Kimi Mrs. Jerrie Mense Kiyokawa Mr. Kenneth S. Kubo Mr. Garret D. Lau Dr. Stacy Miyamoto Lau Mrs. Yvette Yuen Maskrey Ms. Donna Tanigawa Matsumoto Mr. Kurt T. Matsuzaki
Mrs. Lynn Iinuma Maurer Mr. James A.K. Miyamoto Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Osako Dr. Joseph C. Rosenberg Mr. Wesley A. Sakamoto Mr. Colin H. Sato Mr. Jeffrey T. Sato Mr. Brent H. Shimokawa Mr. Randall T. Shiraishi Mr. Sean F. Soon Dr. Stacey Kubota Takanishi Mr. Brant T. Tanaka Mr. Todd R. Yamanaka Mrs. Roxanne Kuroda Yanke Mr. Gregory K.C. Yee Mr. Walter M. Yim Mr. Rick D.K. Yokogawa Ms. Laurie W.H. Young-Kagamida
Class of ’85 29% Mr. Ryan K. Asato Mr. Christopher P. Batacan Mrs. Rizza Olegario Cea Mr. Nathan K.W. Chang Mr. Kurt F. Chiba Ms. Heather Cook Mr. Hugh H. Dunn Dr. Grant Y. Fusato Mr. Sidney G.Y. Goo Mr. Kenneth G. Goodenow Mr. Leonard R. Gouveia, Jr. Dr. Todd K. Haruki Mr. Jason Y. Hashimoto Mrs. Aubrey Olson Hawk Mr. Jeffrey A. Hawk Mr. Kenrick N. Higa Mr. Sean K. Hiraoka Mr. Edwin K.S. Ho Mr. Ryan M. Ide Mr. Derek M. Inouye Mr. Michael M. Kimura Mr. Takahiko Kimura LTC Jason I. Kuroiwa Dr. Meta Tjan Lee Mr. Kyle M. Miura Mr. Gary Y. Miyashiro Mr. Sanford A. Morioka LTC(R) Mark T. Nakagawa Mr. Dave J. Nakama Mrs. Debra Hashimoto Novotny
Mr. Ryan R. Odo Mr. Kyle K.S. Okimoto Mr. Fred Pascua Mr. John S. Sasaki Mrs. Christie Yoshida Setnan Mrs. Allison Ching Setzler Mr. Chris M. Shimabukuro Mrs. Sandra Kam Smith Dr. David A. Sumikawa Mr. Mark H. Tagami Ms. Kathryn K. Takakuwa Mrs. Kendis Kado Teho Mr. Matthew A. Teho Mr. Thornton K. Toma Mr. Troy A. Tomita Mr. Michael A. Tottori Mrs. Sandra Young Wataoka Mr. Curtis K.S. Wong Dr. K. Albert Yazawa Mr. Andrew C.M. Yee Mrs. Lauren Harimoto Yee Mr. Gary L. Yokoyama
Class of ’86 14% Anonymous (2) Dr. Keith S.K. Fong Mrs. Jan Sekiya Gouveia Mr. Jon K. Hironaga Mrs. Carleen Arii Ho Mrs. Wendy Kajiwara Jenkins Mr. Barry G.S. Jim On Mr. Kevin T. Kaneshiro Ms. Hilary Proctor Kennard Mrs. Carrie Osumi Koga Mr. Sean K. Murakami Ms. Alison Uyehara Ngo Ms. Chin-Ju Park Dr. Masaki Takai Mrs. Cori Ann Yokota Takamiya Mr. Neil S. Tamabayashi Dr. David J. Tamura Mrs. Gayle T. Tomita-Oswald Ms. Wendy P.W. Tsung Mrs. Sarie Okimoto Uechi Mr. Brian H. Uemori Dr. Cindy V.L. Wong Mrs. Michele M. Yamamoto Wong Mr. Wayne T. Yoshimoto
Class of ’87 31%
Alumni Giving Challenge
Classes of 1962 and 1987 win The annual Alumni Giving Challenge is a friendly competition between alumni classes to see which class can generate the highest Annual Giving participation rate. The contest has two divisions: one for classes that graduated before 1980 and one for classes that graduated in or after 1980. The challenge began on July 1, 2011 and ended on June 30, 2012. The Class of 1962 won the senior division with a class participation rate of 68%. The Classes of 1949 and 1947 finished second and third respectively. The Class of 1987 won the junior division for the second year in a row with a class participation rate of 31%. The Classes of 1985 and 1980 finished second and third respectively.
The winning classes are awarded a reception hosted by Tim and Lisa Cottrell. The Class of 1962 rallied support in celebration of their 50th year Class Reunion and raised over $72,000.
The Annual Giving participation rate is an important reflection of how alumni feel about ‘Iolani School and displays their loyalty, generosity and aloha for their alma mater. ‘Iolani School thanks all of its alumni for their generous support.
Anonymous (8) Dr. Derrick K. Abe Mr. Scott C. Arakaki Mr. Donn K. Arizumi Mrs. Suellen Wilkerson Barnes Dr. Cathy K. Bell Dr. Spencer K.Y. Chang Mr. Edric M. Ching Mrs. Deane Infante DeCastro Mrs. Corrie Ann K. Fong Dr. Sheri Tsuda Fong Ms. Anne F. Fuller Mrs. Stephanie Matsumoto Gruenert Mrs. Carrielyn Donigan Guymon Mr. Ryan K. Harimoto Mr. Randall I. Hata Mr. Shane Y. Hedani Mr. Vinson H. Hirano Dr. Michael P. Ida Mrs. Joelle Segawa Kane Mr. Ken C. Kawahara Dr. Gina R. Kellner Mrs. Tracy Hasegawa Kimura Dr. Garrett K. Lam MAJ Grant M. Maeshiro Mrs. Luanne Kuwaye Matsuzaki Mr. Joseph K. Monaco Dr. Brennon T. Morioka Mr. Paul T. Okino Mrs. Linn Miyataki Pellarin Ms. Cynthia H. Proctor Mrs. Jill H.L. Rodriguez Mrs. Christine Maii Sakuda Dr. Michael K. Sakuda Mrs. Janelle Rinnan Saucedo Dr. Sean W. Scanlan Mr. Edward A. Schatz Mr. Corey B. Shibata Mr. David K. Shimabuku Mrs. Alisa Bell Shirbish Mr. Daniel T. Shiu Mr. Brandt L. Takeuchi Mr. John J.A. Tamanaha Mrs. Loraine E. Tamanaha Mrs. Amber Olson Testino Mrs. Tammy Bueno Torres
Mrs. Caryn Yamamoto Urata Mr. John M.N. Urata Ms. Carol A. Uyeno Ms. Nhung Thi C. Vo Ms. Maraea M. Weinberg Mrs. Lynn Takeshita Yamada Mr. Rodd H. Yano Mrs. Christine Shin Yin Mr. Philip K. Yogi
Class of ’88 19% Anonymous (2) Dr. Peter G.D. Bryant-Greenwood Mr. Chance I. Gusukuma Mrs. Dawn Izawa Hirano Mr. Robin A. Hirano Mrs. Lisa Lin Jumamil Mr. Darren T. Kai Mrs. Lei Tsukamoto Kawamura Mr. Garrett R. Krueger Ms. Kristie I. Lai Mr. Jason H. Lau Ms. Shannon M.I. Lau Mr. Christopher K. Lee Mr. Scot T. Matsuo Mr. Christian A. Millan Mr. Marc S. Morimoto Dr. Anne Urata Moy Dr. Wesley K. Nihei Mr. Kevin Y. Nishikawa Ms. Stacy Shibao Papadopoulos Mrs. Jill K. Richardson O’Brien Mr. John A. Saito Mr. Gregory Y. Sekiya Mrs. Lisa Lee Simon Mr. R. Scott Simon Ms. Francine Y. Sunada Dr. Amanda Ho Takai Mr. Scott D.S. Takemoto Dr. Brian T. Tsuzaki Dr. Lori Kitazaki Yamanaka Mrs. Lori Pang Yee Mr. Todd A. Yonamine
Class of ’89 18% Anonymous (1) Mr. Paul K. Arita Mrs. Vivian Lee Arita Mr. Darren W.K. Ching Mr. Michael H.F. Ching Ms. Michelle L. Clark Mrs. Kirsten Kibota Dietrich Ms. Lara L. Feldhaus Mr. Brian S. Furuno Dr. Jean S. Goh Mrs. Jenny Taoka Hilscher Dr. Amy Apisa Hitzeman Dr. Elizabeth C. Ignacio Dr. Nicole L. Kageyama Dr. Christopher S. Kang Mr. Randy A. Kawamura Mr. Travis K. Kinoshita Mrs. Julie Umemoto Konishi Mr. James A. Kwon Dr. Tracie Hata Lee Dr. Darren P. Lum Dr. Mindy M. Ma Mrs. Lynn Katahara Malinger Mr. John K. Matsumoto Mr. Richard M. Monroe Mr. Garett H. Muranaka Dr. James C.H. Ng Mr. Jason Y. Nishikawa Mr. Cy H. Ohta Dr. Roxane A. Oshiro Mr. George M. Pusins Ms. Jodi H. Shin Yamamoto Mrs. Stefanie Taira Takemoto Mrs. Lynette M.L. Wang Mr. Chad K. Willing Mr. Brandon K. Yamamoto
Class of ’90 23% Anonymous (2) Ms. Leanne R. Agawa Mr. Christopher J. Andrasick Dr. Darin J. Awaya Ms. Allison S.Y. Chang Ms. Adrienne Shimonishi Elkind Mr. Brandon K. Flores Mrs. Eriko Takai Frank Ms. Allison M. Fujita Mr. Steven G.J. Goo Ms. Dawn M. Ichimura Dr. Erick M. Itoman
Mr. Marcus L. Kawatachi Mr. Ken S. Kobayashi Ms. Cathy Gee Kong Mr. Ryan K. Kuwahara Mr. Edward S. K. Lau Dr. Kathryn Higashi Lee Mr. Scott K. Morimoto Dr. Wendell K. Morita Mrs. Darien Ching Nagata Mr. Jon C. Nagata Mr. Darren D. Nakao Dr. Ho Leung Ng Dr. John T. Nguyen Mr. Jeremy L. Niwa Dr. Nicole Ueyama Niwa Dr. Allen G.W. Pang Mr. Jason K. Sahara Mr. Kevin M. Sasuga Mr. Jon H. Shintaku Mr. Rodrick J. Spadinger Mrs. Shannon Ishikawa Sumida Ms. Shelly H. Tanaka Ms. Karsha Chang Tsukahira Mrs. Allison Chang Warfield Mrs. Kandyce Iwao Watanabe Mr. Brent K. Yamashita Mr. Ryan S. Yasuda Mr. Aaron K. Yoshioka Ms. Michelle C. Yoshioka
Class of ’91 18% Anonymous (2) Mr. Michael J.W. Chun Dr. Jon S. Fukumoto Mrs. Lisa Larson Furuta Mrs. Nina M. Inuo Arizumi Mr. Brandon G.M. Jim On Ms. Clarissa Chun Kang Mr. Kevin M. Kato Dr. Gordon K.W. Lam Dr. Gregory K.W. Lam Mr. Kevin T. Lee Mr. Paul K. Matsumoto Mrs. Eun Joo Milken Mr. Nelson K. Moku, III Mr. Vincent P. Monaco Dr. Gail K. Nakaichi Ms. Gaylynn Nakamatsu Mr. Kirk W. Nakamoto Mr. Andy T. Nakasone Mrs. Ann Miyamoto Nakasone
Dr. Jon E. Oda Mr. Todd S. Okasaki Mr. Marc S. Okumura Mrs. Erin Adaniya Palmer Ms. Keri A. Pang Mrs. Valerie Hirano Sasuga Mrs. Iris Nakahara Stremick Mr. Daniel Y. Suehisa Mrs. Christine Oki Tanaka Mr. Kevin Y. Teruya Mr. and Mrs. Kyle W.K. Tom Ms. Sandy Y. Tsutahara Mr. Akira Usami Ms. Traci Matsumoto Vagnucci Ms. Claire Kimi Mikami Yuen
Class of ’92 20% Anonymous (2) Mr. Trevor W. Benn Mr. Christopher T. Chun Mr. Ryan E. Chun Ms. Joelle A. Foti Mrs. Diana Wong Hiraoka Mrs. Alyssa Nako Hostelley Ms. Rae Ifuku Benn Mr. Clayton M. Katsuyoshi Dr. Keith T. Kawamura Mr. Kourtney K. Kono Mr. Cory J. Kubota Mr. Scott A. Kuioka Mr. Brennan G. Lee Mr. DeWang Li Ms. Elisa A. Mader Mrs. Robynne L. Maii Mr. Jason M. Minami Mr. Asa P. Miyahira Mr. Elton Y. Murakami Mr. Nolan T. Nakamura Dr. Junedale Y. Nishiyama Mr. Kyle K. Okumura Mr. George E. Pararas-Carayannis Mrs. Taesha Ho Porcelli Dr. Sarah H. Porter Mrs. Kelly Sunada Reiter Mr. Shaun A. Shimizu Ms. Vicky W.K. Shum Mr. Carter K.K.S.S. Siu Mr. Carl Y. Tamura Mr. Brian T. Toma Mrs. Lori Joy Morita Watanabe
Mr. Mark W. Watanabe Mrs. Debra Van Zile Wood Mr. Warren K. Yamamoto Mrs. A. Kimie Yasunaga-Frith
Class of ’93 18% Anonymous (1) Mr. Jared D. Acoba Mrs. Kathy Tyau Carr Ms. Brandi Jim On Castillo Mr. Nathan T. S. Chan Dr. Kari Chang-Moses Ms. Dawn T. Ebesu Mr. Robby N. Higa Ms. Vicki A. Hirano Miss Laura A. Ing Mr. Marc T. Iyomasa Mr. Justin K. Izumi Mrs. Joy Fujimori Johnson Mrs. Jeani Tsukamoto Jow Ms. Megan L. Kawatachi Mr. Blaine A.A. Kiyuna Mrs. Erin Miyamoto Kusumoto Mr. Ryan K. Kusumoto Ms. Susan K. Kuwabara Mr. Victor C. H. Lam Mrs. Chrysti Chun Lu Mr. Steven C.Y. Lum Mr. Alan S. Matsuda Mr. James T. Miyashiro, Jr. Mr. C. Michael Moses Mrs. Tiffany Maze Petersen Ms. Deborah K. Popper Dr. Devin P. Puapong Mr. Bradley J. Punu Mrs. Joylin C.K. Shum Ms. Jennifer L. Teramoto Ms. Eunice S. Tokuda Mr. Brandis K. Ueyama Mr. Marvin F. Woo Mrs. Kimberlee A. Yamamoto Mr. Corey W. Yamashita
Class of ’94 20% Anonymous (2) Mr. Laurence L. Akiyama Mrs. Leanne Sakamoto Anguiano Mr. Kevin N. Bagoyo Mr. Javis D. Carino
Mr. Jonathan A. Chang Dr. Michael S.L. Ching Mr. Benjamin J. Chun Dr. Kathryn M. Chun Mr. Jerry K. Co Mr. Tushar Dubey Dr. Royd K. Fukumoto Mrs. Lynn C. Garcia Ms. Kristi Yap Iseke Dr. Jay T. Ishida Ms. Jessica M. Isomoto Mrs. Laurene Haga Itoman Dr. Chad M. Iwashita Mr. Davin T. Kazama Mrs. Noelani Soriano Kazama Dr. Reid T. Koyanagi Mrs. Elaine Esaki Kunitake Ms. Melody M.H. Kuroda Dr. Brian C.W. Law Mrs. Karyn Doi Lee Ms. Yuan-Sea Lee Mr. Christopher G. Lim Mr. Marc T. Mizuta Ms. Lisa A. Nagatoshi Mr. Greg T. Nakajo Mrs. Chie Usami Reyes Mr. Chad M. Takesue Dr. Lance M. Taniguchi Mrs. Dawn L. Tsue Dr. Bryan W.F. Wahl Mr. Dave M. Yamagata Mr. Regan H.T. Yamasaki Dr. Shellie K. Yamashita
Class of ’95 19% Anonymous (2) Mrs. Vicki Tsuda Bunao Mr. Alan G.H. Chang Mrs. Jennifer Kwock Chang Dr. Aaron G.M. Choy Mr. Matthew K.M. Emerson Mr. Ryan L. Gabriel Ms. Jaime Ushiroda Green Mrs. Kristen Omiya Haloski Dr. Jared T. Hamamoto Mr. Jonathan A. Iida Ms. Jamie S. Izuka Ms. Erin M. Kamemoto Mrs. Bree Kurihara Komagome Mr. Michael C.K. Maii Dr. Monica K. Mau
Dr. Janet F. McLaren Dr. Marc R. Miyasaki Mr. Marc T. Nakamura Dr. Jan Sunada Ordonez Mr. Bronson L. Pai Mr. Ryan K. Satogata Mrs. Leslie Shirasu Mr. John A. Stepien Mrs. Winnie Chun Stevens Mr. Scott Y. Suetsugu Mr. Sean S. Takamori Dr. Brent K. Tamamoto Mrs. Sheri Chun Tamamoto Mr. Jerrod M. Tanaka Mrs. Laurie Abe Tokeshi Mr. Gordon M. Tom Mr. Darrell R.C. Villaruz Dr. Duan Xu Mrs. Jamie Sumile Yamagata Mr. J. Jeremy Yamamoto
Class of ’96 17% Dr. Jason C. Chang Dr. Todd J. China Dr. and Mrs. Derek A.K.M. Ching Mrs. Andrea Fukumoto Chun Mr. Daniel D. Coda Dr. Deanne Nakamoto Farach Dr. Derek M. Flores Mr. Jason H. Haruki Dr. Kevin M. Ishioka Ms. Anne W. Lee Mrs. Lisa K. Leong Mrs. Joelle Inamine Miyashiro Mr. Michael S. Nakamura Mr. Jason Y. Nikaido Mr. Darryl K. Nitta Mrs. Kelly Tan O Mr. Thomas P. Park Mr. Eric D. Perkins Dr. Cari Goya Sasaki Dr. Ronson J. Sato Ms. Loriann Higashi Seluga Mrs. Allison Waltz Silva Mr. Corey S.J. Singletary Mr. Jared R. Sunada Mr. Michael S. Takayama Mrs. Rebeka Hvidding Takayama Mr. Jason I.H. Thune
Ms. Jennifer J.K. Tom Ms. Randi M. Tsushima Mr. John C. Turl Mrs. Michelle Takayama Uejio Mr. Steven K. Uejio Mr. Craig K. Yamasaki Dr. E. Bo Yang Dr. Grant M. Yasui
Class of ’97 15% Anonymous (2) Mr. Rik K.N. Arita Mrs. Shannon Kajikawa Asato Dr. Oren Bernstein Mrs. Denise Wong Chan Ms. Nora M.Y. Chan Dr. Andrew G.Y. Choy Ms. Krislen N. Chun Mr. Regan A. Downie Mr. Keith K.Y. Emerson Dr. Kimberly Ann Inouye Griffin Ms. Joanna Takagi Habermann Mrs. Cara-Ann M. Hamaguchi Mr. Ryan P. Hew Dr. Brandon K. Hirota Mrs. Angeline Furumoto Kawamoto Mr. Daniel C. Kimura Mr. Fletcher M. Kimura Miss Hope K.R. Kimura Mr. Akihiro D. Kurokawa Mr. Austin F. Lee Mr. Jeffrey D. Li Mr. Ryan H. Mau Dr. Kimberly M. McGill Ms. Michelle Yamashita Minn Mr. Peter A. Prose Mr. James C.Y. Saito Mr. Zheng Xu Ms. Jerilyn L.C. Young
Class of ’98 12% Anonymous (1) Mr. Derrick R. Arimoto Mr. James S. Chan Ms. Lauren M. Hirashima Mr. Nicholas K. Ho Ms. Romi T. Iida Dr. Lauren J.M. Imai-Lau
Ms. Traci Ho Kim Mrs. Laurie Young Komatsu Mr. Christopher Brett K.L. Lau Dr. Rhiana Lau Dr. Brandon W. Lee Mr. Robert K.K. Li Mr. Christopher C. Nichols Mr. Kris K. Okimoto Ms. Julia L. Panko Mr. Daniel L.K.S. Soon Mr. Craig A. Tamamoto Mr. Ethan K.H. Taomae Mr. Kirk T. Uejio Mr. Kyle N. Wachi Mr. Tan Mau Wu Ms. Jennifer M. Yoshiura
Class of ’99 18% Anonymous (1) Mr. Brad R. Anderson Mr. Cord D. Anderson Mrs. Trisha Oyabu Arita Mr. Shenan D. Brown Mr. Hong-Wei Bobby Chang Ms. Mika M. Cheng Mr. Winston M.K. Fujinaka Ms. Shayna A. Higa Ms. Jennifer Y. Hino Ms. Lauren M. Honbo Mr. Cliff C.C. Hsia Mrs. Sharilyn Shiramizu Ikehara Ms. Nikki P. Inamine Ms. Cherilyn M. Inouye Mr. Ryan I. Inouye Mr. Scott T. Ishikawa Ms. Erin R. Kamikawa Mr. Derek P. Kamm Ms. Courtney F. Lee Ms. Kristin Y. Masunaga Ms. Jolene S. Muneno Ms. Jodi M. Nagata Mrs. Jennifer Ching Nikaido Mr. Justin K. Nomi Mr. Regan P.T. O Mr. Makanaokalani Oshiro Mrs. Melissa Fujimoto Perkins Mr. Jonathan K. Sadoyama Mrs. Winifred Lee Schroeder Ms. Tara L.E. Shibuya Mr. Justin T.M. Teruya Mrs. Yih-Van Vuong Van Buskirk
Ms. Tricia H. Yamaguchi Mr. Jason S.C. Yeung Ms. Erin L. Y. Yokoi
Class of ’00 16% Ms. Kimberlee A. Arita Dr. Ilan Bernstein Dr. Austin G.H. Choy Mr. Erik D. Chun Mr. Justin G. Haruki Mr. Jason M. Ikehara Ms. Lisa Y. Iwamoto Ms. Nicole K. Kajiyama Mr. Ken H. Kakesako Mr. Brandon R. Kam Ms. Tracy L. Kamikawa Mr. Tyler M. Kimura Dr. Dawn Matsui Kuriyama Ms. Camilla K.L. Lau Dr. Bradford W. Lee Ms. Nicole E.K.F. Lim Mrs. Gail Shinkawa Migita Mr. Ryan Y. Migita Mr. David T.K. Miyasato Mrs. Jennifer Kajiyama Monroy Ms. Sara N. Nakasone Ms. Kacy M. Nekoba Mr. Christopher J. Ng Dr. Andrew M. Nuibe Mr. Elliot K.M. Oki Miss Marcie Y. Okumura Ms. Kara N. Saiki Mr. Aaron T. Sasaki Mr. Ryan S. Shinkawa Mr. Justin T.K. Taomae Mr. Jason K.M. Teruya Ms. Trisha M. Tomokiyo Mr. David S. Wakukawa Mr. Alan Y. Yamagata
Class of ’01 16% Anonymous (2) Mrs. Jennifer Inouye Bruggemann Mrs. Jennifer Sin Chen Ms. Colleen W.F. Ching Ms. Kimberly R.L.H. Chun Mr. Jasen K. Hee Mr. Paul A. Helfer Mr. Jared K. Hirashima Mr. Scott K. Hirashima
Mr. Cameron H. Kadooka Mr. Jeremy S.M. Kamo Dr. Casey Y. Kaneshiro Mrs. Brianna Christianson Kendrick Ms. Lynne L.L. Lam Mr. Deven T. Matayoshi Mr. Jeremy C. Porter Ms. Kate E.M. Saari Ms. Lisa N. Saguibo Miss Erin E. Sakamoto Miss Terri-Lynn L.H. Sasaki Ms. Audrey K. Sato Ms. Michelle T. Sato Ms. Traci S. Shiraishi Mr. Bradley I. Takamori Miss Amy Y. Taniguchi Dr. Shannon Nohara Terayama Mr. Travis J.T. Teruya Mr. Blaine R. Umeda Ms. Jue T. Wang Mr. Yu-Lam Wong Mr. Corey I. Yamamoto
Class of ’02 13% Anonymous (1) Mr. Erik D. Anderson Mr. Aaron T. Aoyama Mr. Alexander J.K. Chun Mr. Mathew L. D Mr. Jared K.M. Fujii Mr. Yoshio Goto Ms. Lauren T. Hagiwara Ms. Stacey K. Higa Ms. Allison M. Ishii Ms. Jenna S. Ishii Ms. Kara Y. Ishikawa Dr. Hilari K. Kawakami-Wong Dr. Joy K.K. Kimura Mr. Kawika C. Nakoa Ms. Lindsay Y. Norcross Miss Kim E. Ono Ms. Erin Y. Sakai Ms. Lori S. Sakai Ms. Jennie M. Sakamoto Ms. Tara T. Sakauye Ms. Kristin A. Shinkawa Miss Taea M. Takagi Mr. Reed S. Tanaka Dr. Tasha M. Tsukamoto Mr. Robert T. Wong Ms. Kristal B.Y. Young
Class of ’03 15% Anonymous (2) Mrs. Jackie-Lynn Sasaki Andrade Ms. Kelly A. Asato Dr. Kelley A. Chinen Ms. Sherilyn M. Cho Ms. Janelle T. Fukumoto Mr. Ryan M. Hamaguchi Ms. Noelle S. Heise Ms. Megan M. Hiramoto Mr. Blake M. Horita Mr. Brent N. Kakesako Ms. Cheryl M. Kaneshiro Ms. Lisha Wong Kimura Ms. Jamie M. Okada Ms. Karen A. Otani Mr. Ravi M. Patel Dr. Ryan M. Sato Mr. Kevin A. Shimamura Mr. Scott N. Shiraishi Ms. Laura A. Shiraki Mr. Pomaikai S. Shishido Ms. Devynne E.K.U. Sue Mr. Anthony F.T. Suetsugu Mr. Chase T. Tajima Ms. Maya H. Tatsuno Ms. Jenna S. Teruya Mrs. Kimberly Loo Tordjman Mr. Jared A. Wakayama
Mr. Matthew O. Williams Mrs. Mari Kasamoto Wood Ms. Maridith A. Yoshida
Class of ’04 15% Anonymous (2) Mr. Matthew R. Ardo Mr. Landen K. Buckley Mr. Sean H. Carney Ms. Amanda L.L. Chun Mr. William C. Fargo Dr. Cori-Ann M. Hirai Mr. Lance K. Hirai Dr. Brad K. Kamitaki Ms. Lindsay R. Kikawa Mr. Cody K. Kim Mr. Casey T. Kobashigawa Mr. Lee I. Korenaga Mr. Jonathan A.K.H. Lau Ms. Kellie A.O.J. Lui Mr. Bert S. Mitsunaga Mrs. Shayna Langsner Mora Mr. Eric M. Muraoka Mr. Trent I. Muraoka Mr. Bradley S. Nagasako Ms. Kelly K. Nuibe Mrs. Jennifer Farmer Paddock Ms. Carol G. Pham Miss Katie S. Sakai
Dr. Stacy E. Shimata Ms. Melissa K. Spence Miss Nicole K. Tanabe Ms. Trisha K. Watanabe Ms. Kristin J. Wee Mr. Christopher J.K. Wells Miss Kerry M. Yamamoto Mr. Jon M. Yasuda Mr. Kyle K. Yoneshige Ms. Jennifer M. Young
Class of ’05 15% Anonymous (1) Mr. Nathaniel M. Anderson Mr. Reed I.M. Ayabe Mr. Antonio C. Baclig Miss Catherine W.Y. Chan Mr. Charles F. Fasi, II Mr. Edward A. Fitzpatrick Ms. Michelle L. Fordice Mr. Stephen C. Franz Ms. Melanie Bomke Gens Mr. Brinton K. Howerton Miss Liane C.M.L. Hu Mr. Aaron H. Ishikawa Mr. Jarrett G.K.G.K. Ku Miss Blair N. Limm Mr. Sean T. Meguro Ms. Sheri Lyn K. Muneno Mr. Justin A. Nakamura Mr. Robert N. Nishimoto Ms. Stacie K. Nishimoto Miss Lisa K. Okaneku Mr. Ryan K.K. Ono Ms. Joleen K. S. Oshiro Mr. Reef S. Ozaki-Train Mr. Kyle W. Pape Ms. Chelsea M.L.J. Peltier Mr. Jordan A. Shiraki Miss Kira A. Tamashiro Ms. Shannon K. Tamura Mr. Ryan H. Tsukamoto Ms. Tatiana K. Wilson Ms. Nicole R. Yamaguchi Ms. Robyn H. Yamakawa
Class of ’06 11% Anonymous (4) Mr. Lee T. Anderson Mr. Shunsuke Aonuma Mr. R. Egen T. Atkinson Ms. Tasha Y.L.S. Furukawa
Mr. Donald A. Gulledge Miss Kimi M. Ide-Foster Ms. Kim Y. Kamitaki Mr. Ryan J.K. Kamo Miss Corey S.K. Kelsom Mr. Lucas K. Kennard Ms. Krystal M. Kurokawa Ms. Susan J. Mukai Mr. Rodney Nakano Nishimoto Ms. Kelli K. Shiroma Mr. Spencer T.I. Shishido Mr. Alexander Morgan B. Stephenson Miss Alana B. Wall Mr. Luke K. Waters Mr. Michael H. Williams Mr. Blayne M. Yama Ms. Melissa M.S. Yuen
Class of ’07 16% Anonymous (1) Mr. Kenn K. Asato Ms. Lauren E. Balkin Miss Christine E. Chan Mrs. Christine Bagoyo Chun Ms. Nicole W.M. Chun Mr. James D. Fitzpatrick Mr. Noah K.T. Goshi Ms. Marisa L. Ideta Miss Amanda L. Igeta Mr. Scott H. Kawakami Ms. Audrey L. Knuth Mr. David A. Kojima Ms. Karlyn M. Kurokawa Ms. Katharine B.K. Lau Mr. Jason J. Lin Ms. Gerilyn K.M. Manago Ms. Marissa S. Matsuyama Miss Heather N. Miki Ms. Kelsey K. Muraoka Ms. Alison K. Nishiyama Mr. Jonathan Y. Okada Ms. Jessie H. J. Park Ms. Ashley E. Raethel Ms. Stephanie Y. Shinohara Mr. Cody T. Silva Miss Caroline E. Tamayose Ms. Samantha S. Teramae Mr. Brett E.S. Tokairin Mr. Shawn E.S. Tokairin Miss Sara S. Tsukamoto
Ms. Carla S.L.S. Watase Mr. Kon L. Weber Mr. Keola T. Williams Mr. Jeffrey T. Yamashita Ms. Kerrie L.Q. Yee
Class of ’08 13% Anonymous (2) Ms. Lyndsey A. Arakawa Mr. Kellen W. Chong Mr. Dean G. Kekai DeMello Mr. Sean P. Dudevoir Mr. Lionel K. Fujioka Mr. Ryan C. Gomoto Miss Kimberlee A. Hashiba Mr. Daniel J. Hee Ms. Pamela H. S. Ho Miss Kate M. Ikehara Mr. Kamuela C. Johnson Ms. Stacie K. Kamitaki Ms. Tate E. Kaneshige Mr. Scott K. Kaneshiro Miss Jessica P. Lau Mr. Cameron K. Lee Mr. Evan C. Lum Miss Michelle K. Morioka Mr. Jordan H. Nakamura Ms. Elisa M. Nirei Ms. Kristin T. Oshiro Mr. Clay K. Ozaki-Train Mr. Skyler A. Tajima Mr. Christopher K. Tsuhako Ms. Jacy A. Yoshimoto Miss Alicia K. Yurong
Class of ’09 10% Anonymous (2) Ms. Lauren M. Baba Ms. Amber L. Chun Mr. Royce K.H.S. Furukawa Ms. Ashley K. Furuta Mr. Matthew S. Kagawa Miss Iishah-Moahnea K. Keliikoa Ms. Hedee N. Kim Mr. Reyn H. Kimura Ms. Lindsay E. Kosasa Miss Emily Kuo Ms. Tamlyn M. Maruyama Mr. Travis I. Muraoka Mr. Mitchell J. Nagata Ms. Laurie K. Nitta Mr. Reid I. Sakamoto
Ms. Maile A. Scarpino Mr. Chaz L. Silva Mr. Geramiah K. Simoes Ms. Elysse S. Tom Ms. Robyn S. Totoki Mr. Roy N. Yamaguchi, Jr.
Class of ’10 14% Mr. Matthew G. Amore Ms. Asia R.K. Ayabe Ms. Tiana M.L. Bohner Ms. Karla M. Chikamoto Mr. Casey M. Chikuma Ms. Amy A. DeMello Mr. Andrew K.D. Ellison Ms. Andie M.T. Enomoto Mr. John C.K.E. Foy Mr. Nicholas S. Goo Ms. Yurie Goto Ms. Michelle M.D. Hee Ms. Kelli A. Kaneta Ms. Alyssa A. Kano Ms. Leslie-Anne N. Kawano Mr. Mark K.E. Kelsom Ms. Jennifer M.O. Kimura Ms. Jennifer L.M. Kiyotoki Ms. Lauren M.K. Makishima Ms. Tasia L. Mamiya Ms. Kayla E. Nip Mr. Reyn S.P. Ono Ms. Traci M.Y.Y. Rivera Ms. Darle A. Shinsato Ms. Ann D. Truong Ms. Marissa C.L. Tsuruda Mr. Brett K. Watanabe Mr. Mark T. Williams Ms. Jodie A. Yamashiroya Ms. Lori M. Yamashita Ms. Jamie Anne A.L. Young
Class of ’11 4% Ms. Perry A. Buto Mr. Reid H. Gomoto Mr. Dylan S. Goto Mr. Thomas J.K.S. Hartwell Ms. Shireen S. Kheradpey Ms. Victoria S. Kim Mr. Tayler Y. Mori Ms. Tara V.M. Nilsson Ms. Amanda E. Tsuhako
Endowments A total of $899,525 in gifts was donated this year to support ‘Iolani’s programs in perpetuity. Endowments may be established to honor an individual, program, or family.
Albert Stone Scholarship Endowment Anthony S.Y. Seto ’55, M.D. Scholarship Endowment Arthur G. Smith, Cades Schutte Fleming and Wright Scholarship Endowment Auntie Scholarship Endowment Bayard H. Dillingham Scholarship Endowment Betty & Theodore W.J. Wong ’47 Endowment Scholarship Endowment Bilingual Students Scholarship Endowment C.Q. Yee Hop & Family Scholarship Endowment C.V. Starr Scholarship Fund Christian Scholarship Endowment Chung Kun Ai Scholarship Endowment Clarence Lee Fund Class of 1950 Scholarship Endowment Class of 1951 Scholarship Endowment Class of 1953 Scholarship Endowment Class of 1987 Perpetual Scholarship Endowment Clifford and Aileen Shin Family Scholarship Endowment Dana Meulan Pua‘ala Alama-Yap Scholarship Endowment Daniel R. & M. Jill Stewart Ka Mo‘olelo O ‘Iolani Achievement Award Endowment The Reverend David P. Coon Latin Book Award Fund David P. Coon Scholarship Endowment Dennis Onishi Memorial Award Endowment Donna J. Walden Scholarship Endowment Dr. Berit Mexia Peace Institute at Iolani School Endowment Dr. Ichiro Nadamoto Athletic Endowment Dr. Thomas Mar Scholarship Endowment Drs. Frank K. ’50 & Jason M. ’76 Tanaka Scholarship Endowment Economics Chair Endowment at ‘Iolani School Edward K. Hamada Scholarship Endowment Eli McCord Witt ’98 Scholarship Endowment Ernell C. Young for Faculty & Staff Development Endowment Father Bray Scholarship Endowment Francis & Nellian Sen Memorial Scholarship Endowment
Gabelli Asset Management Foundation Book Endowment Gustav and Faiaso Hannemann Scholarship Endowment Hajime Katayama Scholarship Trust Endowment Han Y. and Myrna L. Ching Memorial Scholarship Endowment Harold and Gayle Keables Memorial Endowment Harold Keables Chair of English Endowment Harry and Hatsuyo Oda Scholarship Endowment Harvey K. Wong Memorial Scholarship Endowment Headmaster’s Fund Hidero Fujimoto Scholarship Endowment HQ & Minnie Pang Scholarship Endowment Hugh C. Tennent Scholarship Endowment Hugo Cler Scholarship Endowment ‘Iolani Alumni Association Scholarship Endowment James H. Pott Memorial Award Fund John D. Scanlan Scholarship John S.C. Yee Scholarship Endowment John W. McDermott and Stephen R. Oda Chair for Communication & Journalism Endowment K.S. Scholarship Endowment Kai Wong Memorial Scholarship Endowment Ken and Aiko Mukai Scholarship Endowment Kenneth J. Lee ’61 and Jennifer K.L. Lee Scholarship Endowment Koon Chew Lum & Ellen Young Lum Scholarship Endowment Koon Chew Lum Award for Excellence in Writing Endowment Lawrence S. Braden Prize in Mathematics Endowment Lester Sen Memorial Scholarship Endowment Mark Masunaga Memorial Award Endowment Michael Hite/Van Darrow Memorial Scholarship Endowment Nancy Moss Honorary Endowment Oren Nagasako ’90 Scholarship Endowment Paul E. DiBianco Memorial Award Endowment † Dr. Stanley S. and June A. Shimoda Scholarship Endowment The John and Violet Kay Summer Research Fellowship Peter L. Firehock Memorial Scholarship Endowment Phouang Sananikone Award Endowment Presidential Classroom Scholar Endowment Raymond W.C. Wong Family Scholarship Endowment Rev. Halter Book Award Endowment Rev. Halter Memorial Scholarship Endowment
Richard Corris Scholarship Endowment Richard L. Brown Award Endowment Richard Okinaka Family Scholarship Endowment Roy K.P. ’37 and Elizabeth Chong Scholarship Endowment Roy T. Morikawa Award Endowment Samuel Stevens Memorial Scholarship Seto Family Scholarship Endowment Shimoko Yuasa Anderson Japanese Scholarship Endowment Stuart A. Barton Memorial Fund Student Council Scholarship Endowment Sullivan Family Scholarship Endowment Tam & Young Visual and Performance Arts Chair Endowment The ABC Stores Scholarship Endowment The Charles Lewis and Juanita Claflin Riggin Scholarship Endowment The Chris Lee Scholarship Endowment † The Chui Ying Soo Scholarship Endowment The Cooke String Quartet Endowment † The David C. Roberts Endowment The Dr. Jonathan Y. C. Ching and Mr. Frederick K. F. Ching ’41 Scholarship Endowment The Fred Shintaku Family Scholarship Endowment The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Endowment The Haruki Family Scholarship Endowment The Nan Chul Shin General Purpose Endowment The Okumura Family and Friends Service Endowment The Patra Puapong ’00 Quartet Endowment The Patrick K.C. Chun, M.D. ’63 Family Scholarship Endowment The Patrick Lim Family Stage Band Endowment The Peter Forbes Campbell Armstrong Scholarship Endowment The Rex Kuwasaki Scholarship Endowment The Samuel K. Kahale, Jr. Scholarship The Tamotsu and Esther Tanaka Family Scholarship Endowment The William E. Aull Family Scholarship Endowment The Yuan Wong Gaylor Scholarship Endowment Theron Jon Chun Scholarship Endowment Thomas H. Miller Scholarship Endowment Three Sigma Science Award Endowment Tim Ing Scholarship Endowment Tokuo Kaneshige Scholarship Endowment Valerie S. Haas Student Discretionary Endowment
Wah Kam & Kim Ling Chun Scholarship Endowment Watajeen H. Cano/‘Iolani Dramatic Players Award Endowment Wayne R. DeMello Scholarship Endowment William P. Jenkins Scholarship Endowment William Y. S. Lee Scholarship Endowment Note: Endowments in bold type received additional contributions in 2011–2012.
Funds A total of $396,259 in gifts was donated this year to support ‘Iolani’s programs and scholarships. The following list of funds received contributions in 2011–2012.
C.N. Wodehouse Fund Emily & Mabel Ladd Trust Scholarship Entrepreneurship Program G.N. Wilcox Trust Gabelli Funds Scholars The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Scholarship Herbert and Margarita Mist Trust Scholarship Hung Wo & Elizabeth Ching Scholarship Jana Wang Memorial Fund McInerny Foundation Scholarship Robert E. Black Trust Schools of the Future Tokuo Kaneshige Award † New Endowed or Named funds established this past fiscal year.
the albert h. stone
Scholarship Circle The Albert H. Stone Memorial Scholarship supports up to 24 students each year in grades 9 to 12 on the basis of high achievement and financial need. Named in honor of Albert H. Stone, ‘Iolani’s Headmaster from 1931 to 1945, the Stone Scholarship has supported over 200 students since its inception in 1965. Trevor ’92 and Rae ’92 Benn Coastal Construction Company, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Carl L. de los Reyes ’83
The 2011–12 Annual Giving Report acknowledges contributions received between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. Gifts and pledge payments received after June 30, 2012 will be listed in the 2012–13 Annual Giving Report. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the listing in this report. We apologize for any inadvertent errors or omissions and ask that the corrected information be given to: The Institutional Advancement Office, ‘Iolani School, at (808) 943-2325.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Doane Mr. and Mrs. Frank Felix III ’79 First Hawaiian Bank Grace Pacific Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Todd K. Haruki ’85 Mr. David Hulihee ’67 Dr. Keith Koga ’83 and Mrs. Carrie Osumi Koga ’86 Dr. Calvin S. Oishi ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Park ’96 Mr. Jonathan Poe ’78 and Ms. Anne Vitullo Mr. and Mrs.* Kenneth Sakurai Michael ’96 and Rebeka ’96 Takayama
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Ho‘olaule‘a and Burning of the “I”
November 1–3 »
Fall Play Daughters of Atreus at Diamond Head Theatre at 7:00 p.m.
Orchestra 4 & 5 Concert at Hawai‘i Theatre at 4:00 p.m.
Veterans’ Day (Observed)
Dance Showcase 3:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. in Lower Gymnasium Orchestras 1 to 3 & Lower School Strings Concert in Lower Gymnasium at 4:00 p.m.
Christmas wreath and poinsettia pick-up in Student Center from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
‘Iolani Classic Girls Basketball Tournament
‘Iolani Classic Boys Basketball Tournament
Chorus & Hōkūloa Concert at St. Andrew’s Cathedral at 7:30 p.m.
Book Fair in the Lower School Library
21–January 6 »
Winter Ball at Hilton Hawaiian Village 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
January 20, 2013 »
150th Celebration Birthday Bash at Kozuki Stadium from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
February 2, 2013 »
Orchestra Concerto Concert at Hawai‘i Theatre at 7:00 p.m.
5, 2013 »
Keables Chair Community Night at 7:00 p.m. in the Student Center featuring Buffy Hamilton, founder of “The Unquiet Library”
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‘Iolani School has partnered with Reyn Spooner to create a 150th year commemorative men’s aloha shirt and women’s blouse. The shirt is available for purchase in the ‘Iolani bookstore or click the bookstore link to buy online at www.iolani.org. The design of the shirt depicts the vine of connection between ‘Iolani’s past and present, weaving between spider lilies and taro plants. The spider lily was the favorite flower of Queen Emma, who bestowed the name of ‘Iolani on our school in honor of her late husband King Kamehameha IV who was given the name Alexander ‘Iolani Liholiho Keawenui at birth.
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Quarterly magazine that unites the 'Iolani School community through a common desire to share stories and information, while providing a conn...
Published on Oct 30, 2012
Quarterly magazine that unites the 'Iolani School community through a common desire to share stories and information, while providing a conn...