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55 Years - Memories: May '15


Latest official hardcopy reunion newsletter to be mailed out shortly.

Details on the May 21st Waihe'e Tunnel tour in posts and link below.

Details on the May 22nd golf event in link below.

Saturday May 23rd - no official event scheduled.

Details on the May 24th Honolulu luau reunion in posts and link below.

The Monday, May 25th Reunion-Family Potluck at the KHS cafeteria has been cancelled.

Details on the August 16th S. California mini-reunion in link below.

Details on the October 11th Las Vegas-Unity House travel package in posts and link below.



( April 30, 2015 reunion newsletter - hard copy being sent out by mail )


MAY 21, 2015 Thursday: KHS 1960 Waihe'e Tunnel Tour, 9:30AM to 11:30AM - Kahalu'u
( Waihe'e Tunnel Tour confirmation and information sheet )
( Consent of Entry information sheet )

MAY 22, 2015 Friday : KHS 60 Golf Event, 10AM reporting time - Olomana G.C.
( Golf event sign-up and information - download and/or print )

MAY 24, 2015 Sunday : KHS 1960 55th Reunion, Honolulu, KHS Cafeteria 5:00PM to 10:00PM
( Sign-up and more information in latest official newsletter )

AUGUST 16, 2015 Sunday : KHS 1960 California reunion, Oxnard 11AM

OCTOBER 11, 2015 Sunday : KHS 1960 55th Reunion, Las Vegas, Main Street Hotel 6PM
( further details on Unity House travel package in Pearl's email below )



Apologies in advance if you have received this in error. if so, please inform me to be removed from the list.
If you don't recognize some of the names of the classmates below, well...
that's what yearbooks and reunions are for :
( KHS '60 & '61 reunion pics )

Please pass this email on to other classmates.
I'd like to keep this going, adding their responses to this list or one of yours...
as a reminder that hopefully for all of us, we have many years ahead to reunite again.

Hal Oshiro



  May, 2015 POSTS - posts, starting with March 2009, are archived in:


May 30, 2015

Don't work so hard Manny, but I'm glad you're having fun while you're at it.
There were several other classmates who were initially set to come but also couldn't make it.
Still, there were 74 people at the reunion luau with 61 of them being classmates.
Not bad for 55 years after high school but still wish there had been more to enjoy.

I remember your mentioning knowing Seda the last time I emailed you, Iris.
Didn't know you also knew Brenda Kadokawa well... small world.
Anyway, again, really great of you to help out with the golf event and not even being a golfer.

Sounds like it was a fabulous golf outing Shinty, despite the downpour.
Even more so with that large turnout... hope that Sept/Oct event is even better.

Takushi, those 'camera girls' sure did a whole lot more than picture-taking it seems.
I do have to mention though that the camera was Carl Yasuda's and the gals graciously took those
photos for him since he was also golfing.
Bobby Matsuda did mention that he was planning to go to the golf event... glad he not only did so but
had great fun too.

I was finally able to complete uploading the photos of this past Honolulu reunion events.
Below is a link to those photos:

As always, if the link is not clickable, just highlight, copy, then paste the link into your internet
browser of choice.
I'll be doing the captions and IDs for each photo as time and memory permit.

During the reunion luau program, I was called up to the front by Napuunoa and committee members.
Not sure of why, I approached with trepidation, thinking of what the heck I may have done this time.
Turns out I was given an envelope of appreciation by the committee on behalf of the KHS class of '60.
As I usually do, I didn't think about or open the envelope until well into the night after getting home.
In it was a gift card of what I thought to be a very substantial amount... so much so that my initial
reaction had I opened it then and there at the luau would have been to decline it.
I honestly felt I really hadn't done any much more than the countless number of committee members
and volunteers who have put so much time and effort into the reunions throughout the years.
My thoughts then, at home, were to share it with the committee members and volunteers... which of
course would have been difficult if not impossible what with the great number of people involved.
So... I've come up with what I think might be the best use of this generous award.
With your kind understanding and permission, I will use it toward payments for the pbase photo
sharing website that I use for the reunion photos.
There is an annual subscription fee deadline coming up shortly and I'm also approaching the maximum
storage size which I can now pay to increase as the need nears.
I purchased space on this website about 15 years ago to store personal and travel photos to share with
family and friends.
Then in 2002, I started to upload reunion photos to share with classmates.
That has grown so much in those past 13 years that I long ago had to migrate my personal and travel
photos to other places.
This website space is now exclusively for KHS reunion and related photos... 3,060 and counting.
Thus I can now truly say that this website is 'our' website and I am simply it's administrator.
Thank you again to the committee members, the class of KHS '60, and the many donors who made this
award, door prizes, and other essentials possible.

As usual, until the LV reunion, I'll be posting the LV link(s) below to hype and excite your anticipation
of the October event.

Everything Las Vegas Issue # 874 is now posted here:

In this issue:

Jennifer Lopez: ‘It’s going to be the best J.Lo show you’ve ever seen and heard’
Hear that? Impressionist Veronic returns to Bally’s with her 50 ‘Voices’
‘X’ marks the spot for Flamingo burlesque beauties toasting 13 years
Fremont Street's Las Vegas Club to be Chopped in Two
9 experiences you can’t have in Las Vegas anymore
Tales From Inside The Pit: Let's Talk About Sucker Bets
The New Chippendales Show Adds Funk, Sizzle...and a Runway
Cirque takes on cabaret-style show with ‘Baz’ at Mandalay Bay
Even without a gay bar, LGBT tourists have options on Strip
‘Eyesore’ news racks along Strip to be replaced by county-owned, uniform racks
Las Vegas Turns 110 Years Old by Rick Garman
Kabuki to take Las Vegas stage atop the Fountains of Bellagio this summer
Legends in Concert Debuts New Tribute Artists to Legendary Lineup

Hunger Pains: The Food & Restaurant Section
Ten places to dine poolside in Las Vegas
Ten spots for vegetarian and vegan food in Vegas
Rice Republic Rolling into Henderson and the Strip
Your Guide to Five Special Dinners in Las Vegas
Eight Restaurants To Watch In 2015
53 Places To Eat Brunch in Las Vegas — May 2015
Buddy V's adds live music to brunch and mid-week dining
Your New Southwest Ramen Shop — Omoide

Summer is about to get spicy with new menu items at Mercadito!
Behold, the Art District Dining Vision for First and Main Streets
New York's Italian Restaurant Darling, Carbone, to Open at Aria in October
Just One Dish: Steakhouse Grilled Ribeye Sandwich


----- Original Message -----
From: Manuel Mattos jr
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 2015 6:14 PM
Subject: RE: 5/23/15

Aloha fellow classmates.
Sorry about not making the Luau on Sun.
I came down with a bad chest cold on last week Wed.
Am on med. since then.
I also have been working full time.
I was asked to be the security for St. Francis Schools.
Since my daughter Leialoha is in the the 10th grade, I took the job.
I 'm having fun, but what a difference the students are now, than 55 yrs ago.
The boys haven't changed too much, but then the girls.
My God ever day is drama with the girls.
You girls were mild compared to girls today.
Well hope all of you had fun.
Aloha as I ride off into the sunset on my horse named Manny


----- Original Message -----
From: Iris Okahashi Takayama (MHS '60, WIS '57)
To: hal-khs60
Sent: Sunday, May 24, 2015 5:52 PM
Subject: Re: Kaimuki '60 Golf "While We are Young"

Thank you for the email, Hal.........I really appreciate it.
I had a wonderful time altho did nothing but drive Brenda around on the golf cart.
Met a lot of nice guys and spent precious time with Seda, whom I knew when we were kids
(our mothers were best friends) and lost touch with when we grew older.



----- Original Message -----
From: Richard Shintaku
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Sunday, May 24, 2015 11:11 AM
Subject: Kaimuki '60 Golf "While We are Young"

"Raindrops keep falling on my head" was the theme for the "While We are Young" golfers who
braved it through 10 holes at the Olomana Golf Course on Friday.
The 20 diehard golfers plodded through mud and driving rain to finish 10 holes.
We threw in the towel only after Seda Pratz said "that's it."
She as well as the rest of us needed to dry out and make pretty for the after-golf presentations.

Despite all that, we had a lot of fun.
Renewed old friendships and made new ones.
Lot of hugs and hand slapping.
Some of us actually focused on our golf games.

We had "choke" prizes to give out.
The top prize was awarded to Andy Nakano and Ken Ginoza for the team low score.
Wayne Kanai and I came in second place, Gary Tsukamoto and Carl Yasuda won both of the greenies.
The high net prize and another bonus drawing prize went to Jack Digmon and Ron Pratz.
Every player went home with a prize or two.
Even Bobby Matsuda a non-golfer won a prize.

Kudos to Carl and Gary for organizing the competition, tallying the scores and gathering prizes.
They also contributed door prizes, golf balls and other stuff too.
Thank Nelson Masamune for his generous cash contribution.

Thank Andy for planning the food and getting us a nice, private party room.
He had to scramble to get the pupus ready for our very early finish thanks to the storm.
Big mahalo to Wayne Kanai who donated twenty snack bags and two cases of water.
The musubi from Manabu's, fruit and candy bar were onolicious.
Special thanks to Brenda Kanae and Iris (Okahashi) Takayama a Washington Intermediate
classmate to some of us, for accompanying the golfers, spreading good cheer, taking pictures
and passing out goodies.

But especially thank the twenty golfers who came out to play.
We had great bunch of golfers, David Sato, Nelson, Ron Higa, Cal Ishizaki, Stan Miura,
Alvin Shimokawa, Jack Digmon, Tom Takushi, Ron Pratz, Clarence Shibuya, Ken Ginoza
and Golf Committee members (Andy, Tofu, Carl, Gary and myself).
The four gorgeous ladies Arline Gokan, Phyllis Horita, Carole Eto and Seda Pratz were
especially welcome, brightened up the golf corse, and made playing more pleasant and fun.

Due to the great turnout, we'll be planning another event in Sep/Oct timeframe.
Also please get in touch with Ron Higa if you want to play golf in Las Vegas reunion.
Carl will post golf photos with Hal in due time.

VR, Shinty=


----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas Takushi
To: Hal Oshiro
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2015 12:18 PM
Subject: Class Re-union golf tournament:

Hi Harold,

Just a few words I'd like to pass on to the rest of our classmates, about our get together at
Olomana Golf Course.
First I'd like to thank Richard Shintaku ( The Honcho ) who along with his committee did
a bang up job of putting together a great golf tournament.
Too bad they couldn't get Mother Nature to cooperate so we could finish the round of golf.
We had to stop after only 9 holes, because it started to rain cats and dogs.
The cats and dogs were just too monstrous for us to continue.
Everyone was soaked to the bone and the course was just too wet to play anymore.
Thanks for a few very generous classmates we all enjoyed a goodie bag with some munchie
in them and also because of their generosity each participant received 2 sleeves of golf balls.
I'd like at this time to thank those generous classmates starting with Andy Nakano,
Carl Yasuda, Wayne Kanai, and Nelson Masamune.
I hope I didn't leave anyone out, if I did please forgive me.
A special thanks to Brenda ( Kadokawa ) Kanae and her friend ( sorry I didn't get her name )
as they were the designated photographers.
I forgot to mention also the lucky drawing prizes were also donated by those classsmate that
I mentioned..
After getting out of the rain, most of us still in their soaked clothes gathered inside the 19th
Puka to enjoy one anothers company and pupus.
It was great again to reminisce with classmates who we haven't seen for awhile.
We even had Bobby Matsuda, from the Big Island join in the pupu hour.
Till we meet again, stay healthy, chin up and always keep good thoughts going in your heads.

Tom Takushi

May 23, 2015

That is indeed sad Yolinda, more so as I don't believe Ethel attended any of the reunions.

Apologies Gerri, as I inadvertently left out your message of condolence for Gordon Tam's family in the
previous email blog.

About a dozen classmates and guests went on a tour of the Waihee Tunnel this past Thursday, 5/21
It was an excellent tour and everyone agreed it exceeded expectations.
We also reconnected with a classmate we hadn't seen since the 40th reunion, Rose Boyd Aki.
Her sister Harriet Boyd Dunbar, KHS class of '61, also enjoyed the tour with us.
I've posted photos and short comments at the link below for an idea of what the tour was like.

The classmates who took part in Friday's golf event had a great time I'm sure and we're looking forward
to hearing about it not only at the luau reunion but also on this blog.

As I've mentioned before, those who haven't been back to the campus since our high school days or for
a very long while may want to come a bit earlier to Sunday's luau just to stroll around the campus for
old times sake, which will likeily bring back a flood of memories and to provide good photo moments.

One final item... on Wednesday, June 10th, a bunch of us will be visiting and also likely having lunch
at the Pacific Air Museum on Ford Island.
Dawned on me that there may be others who might be interested in joining us in visiting the museum.
It's been voted the eighth most popular air museum in the country by TripAdvisor readers.
Below is a link to the air museum's website to see what it's about, drop by if you can.

Mahalo and see you at the luau,

----- Original Message -----
From: Yolinda Agaria Kekahuna
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Friday, May 22, 2015 1:34 PM
Subject: Another classmate we lost last nite...

Ethel Cordeiro Naipo


----- Original Message -----
From: Gerri Barcenas Digmon
To: hal-khs60
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2015 10:59 AM

Harold, shockingly sad to hear of Gordon's sudden passing.
Another great loss, we often are in Kaimuki & run/drop in to see Gordon at his 12th ave shoe shop to chat.
Soft spoken sweet Gordon will be so missed.
Jack also often saw Gordon at Aloha Air when Jack was at NWA.
Our sincerest deepest condolences, prayers & thoughts go out to dear Gordon's family & Franklin.

Me ke Aloha Pumehana, Gerri & Jack Digmon

May 12, 2015

Good to know you'll be at the reunion Edwina, looking forward to saying hello.

Recieved a copy of the latest 'official' reunion newsletter and have posted it as noted in the link above.
It contains information updates and revisions for the October 2015 reunion events.

Being off-island at the time, I missed the most recent reunion committee meeting.
But I understand the tunnel tour sign-up deadline has passed, same with I believe, the golf event.
I also understand the sign-up/headcount deadline for the 5/24 reunion luau has passed.
Latecomers could possibly take a chance that they will still be able to pay to get in.

This reunion will be done with a luau theme so I expect to see a lot of casual wear and a laid-back
atmosphere... which should encourage a lot of mingling/socializing/talk-story good times.
The luau reunion starts at 5PM but get there earlier if you can to stroll around the old campus for
some great flashback moments.
Other than a few exceptions ( athletic facilities, auditorium, etc. ), the campus looks almost exactly
the same as it was 55+ years ago.
Should make for a great opportunity to take a few photos... group and individual selfies included.



----- Original Message -----
From: Edwina M. Yamada
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Friday, May 08, 2015 5:37 AM
Subject: Re: 5/4/15

Aloha Hal... thank you for all the updates.
I apologize for this late response...please add me to the list to attend the Reunion on Sunday 5/24.
I will get my app and check to Pearl in the mail today.
Much Mahalo for keeping us informed.
Looking forward to May 24!

Edwina Ahn Yamada

May 4, 2015

That is truly sad news Pearl.
Gordon seemed fine at the last reunion committee meeting.
Our sympathies to Laverne and family.

Great that you will be attending the luau and golf event Seda, looking forward to seeing you.

Got it Gerri, you and Jack are confirmed as signed in, see you two in a couple of weeks.

Deciding to honor us with her presence, my elder and twin, Elsie.
It's been a full decade since she's been to a reunion, so hopefully you all haven't changed that much
to be no longer recognizable for her... or perhaps the other way around.

Note: I believe late sign-ups are still being accepted for the Waihee Tunnel tour on 5/22/15.
With, as I understand, about a dozen participating and a maximum of 30 allowed there is still room
for more to join in.
But... there is a deadline to notify the Board of Water Supply with a list of participants so if you'd
like to join in, please do so by the middle of this week.
More info forthcoming with pre-tour meeting time and place.

Finally, for those headed that way or just curious as to the current happenings:



----- Original Message -----
From: Pearl Shimooka Mori
To: Harold Oshiro
Sent: Sunday, May 03, 2015 10:43 AM
Subject: Gordon Tam

Got a call from wife Laverne with sad news.
Gordon passed away unexpectedly the other day


----- Original Message -----
From: Pearl Shimooka Mori
Cc: Roger Kobayashi ; Harold Oshiro ; Muriel Masumura
Sent: Friday, May 01, 2015 8:14 PM
Subject: Re: Waihee Tunnel tour

Thank you for your immediate response

Sent from my iPad

On May 1, 2015, at 4:44 PM, ARTHUR AIU - BWS wrote:

Aloha Pearl: Start time for tour is at 9:30 a.m. at the entrance gate at the end of Waihe'e Road.
You may want to have your group meet at little earlier (say 9:00 a.m.) at the Kahalu'u Regional Park
for last minute restroom stop and then caravan up to the end of the road.
Park street side on Waihe'e Road.
As a friendly reminder, your name list will be due no later than one week prior to tour date.
Arthur Aiu


----- Original Message -----
From: Seda Deguchi Pratz
To: Harold Oshiro
Sent: Friday, May 01, 2015 11:28 AM
Subject: Reunion

Dear Hal,

How are you?
I love reading everyone's emails, thanks for this wonderful service you provide.

At first our group was not going to the reunion but now they are.
I went to your website but could not bring up the websites for the golf and dinner.
Could you resend me a new email so that I can responsd to golf and dinner.
I am sorry for the late entry.

Thanks and Aloha


----- Original Message -----
From: Gerri Barcenas Digmon
To: hal-khs60
Sent: Friday, May 01, 2015 10:38 AM

Aloha Harold, at this time pls forward to pen us in to attend the LV 10/11 Sun.dinner.

Gerri Digmon


----- Original Message -----
From: Pearl Shimooka Mori
To: Hal-KHS
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2015 9:25 PM
Subject: Re: Another for the luau

Got it.

On Apr 23, 2015, at 5:50 PM, Hal-KHS wrote:


Thought I'd make it official beyond the phone call.
Add one more : Elsie Oshiro Kaneshiro, for the luau on Sunday, May 24th.


April 22, 2015

Thanks Roy and Doug, for the words of wisdom.

Got it Pearl and posted, travel package info and dates.
If you haven't as yet responded to Pearl for any of the events, please do so ASAP.

Reminder again, the Monday, May 25th Reunion-Family Potluck has been cancelled.

Thanks for the great memories again Bing, we all look forward to seeing you and Hank.

Those were certainly good times Roy... and for just peanuts !

Since Saturday, May 23rd and Monday, May 25th at the moment have no events
scheduled, perhaps some of you may be thinking of a sort of mini-reunion of your
own on those days... especially with some expatriates already in town on those dates.
If you don't have contact info for anyone you'd like to get together with, I'll be happy
to provide an initial go-between per the usual method.
For those not familiar with that certain ( OK ... anal ) method that's used for all initial
contacts via the blog: just let me know the person's name and I'll contact them via
email, with your email address attached, to let them know of the contact request.
As most of you know, email addresses are not shown on the blog nor provided without
express approval.


( List below will be ongoing on each blog and revised as missing classmates are accounted for )


Out of approximately 640 classmates, there are about 170 who are either deceased or whose
status or contact information is possibly known but needs to be confirmed.
But for the classmates listed below currently there is no status or contact information at all
Please let me or Pearl know if you have or know someone who might have this information.
Names are listed alphabetically by last name... middle name or initials are included if available.
Possible current/married last name, with possible name of spouse, follow where applicable.

Anderson JR, Donald C

Bernard, Mary Magdalene; Barrineau, Caroline; Bogden, Daniel; Broome, Robert Lee

Chan, Naomi; Ching, Ching, Tamar I

Dang, Priscilla Ann

Fujimoto, Thomassina T; Fujita, Marlene Masako (Watson)

Ginoza, Peggy K; Gomes, Barbara Jean L.

Ichimura, Lloyd J M

Kaaiakamanu, Vernon K; Kai, Mollie L (Sheridan); Kam, Charles K H; Kashiwamura, Gary K
Kauwe, Arlene M (Gonzales); Kawaguchi, Suzanne M (Tanaka); Kiyabu, Arlene Sonnie;
Kuratsu, Ronald N

Lau, Walter Kui; Lawelawe, Herbert Huddy; Lee, Bernice P C; Lee, Jeffrey; Lopes III, Frank

Matsumoto, Patricia (McDonald); Matsushima, Melvin H; McKeown, Chloe Ann K, McCracken, Sandy;
Meyer, Donald S; Michler, John Arthur; Minami, Roy; Miranda, Carmen (Hoomalu Douglas C.);
Mitchell, Emmaline Leimomi; Mitchell, James Enoch Theodore; Muramoto, Hazel S; Murphy, Michael

Nakasone, Roy; Nakatsuka, Nancy K; Nakayama, Barbara; Nishimura, Blanche Y

Onomura, Keiko; Ontai, Carleen; O'Rourke, Jeannie Colleen (Borges)

Pascual, Frances; Payes, Daphne Yvonne; Perkins, Edith Kay; Pinho, Stanley; Pludow, Margaret Ann
Porgatorio, Linda T

Rivera, Mollie Mazie

Sakuma, Doreen; Saxon, Thelma Ann; Shimabukuro, John M; Shimabukuro, Joyce H;
Shimabukuro, Kenneth M; Shirai, Gail M; Silva, Ronald D; Souza, Earl; Stevens, William;
Stewart, Jeanne; Stone, Kent D; Suemoto, James; Sweeney, Kevin E

Tamashiro, Lawrence T; Tamashiro, Milton M; Tengan, Stephen K; Texeira, Jimmy; Toda, Goering

Wan, May; White, Calvin Stuart; Wise, James; Wolfe, Wynn Brian; Wozumi, Carol (Kuwanoe)

Ymas, Elaine K I; Young, Geraldine S M


Below are part of the classmates believed to have been receiving these email 'memories'...
either directly or through one of the classmates listed below.
Apologies to those inadvertently mis-named, misspelled or unlisted.

Alfred Won,Allan Shimokawa,Alvin HIrokane,Alvin Kajioka,Alvin Kotake,Alvin Shimokawa,Amy Higashi,
Amy Morioka, Amy Murakami,Amy Nakashima,Andra Dean,Andrew Nakano,Ann Miyamoto,Ardel Honda,
Arlene Yamagata, Arline Hirahara,Avis Gima
Barbara Baptist,Bessie Shimabukuro,Bert Maedo,Betty Ing,Beverly Davis,Brenda Ignacio, Brenda Kadokawa
Calvin Ishizaki,Calvin Kang,Carl Yasuda,Carol Hamasaki,Carole Masuda,Caroline Andrade, Carolyn Amoy,
Carolyn Chock,Carolyn Eugenio,Charlene Mau,Chester Otani,Clarence Fung,Clarence Shibuya,
Clifford Ching,Clifford Young,Clinton Chung
Dave Sato,Dennis Sakaguchi,Dennis Shibuya,Dolly Afalava,Donald Hiramoto,Doris Toyooka,Douglas Abe.
Douglas Yoshimura,Duane Aguiar
Edward Inea,Edwin Matsui,Edwina Ahn,Elsie Awa,Elsie Oshiro,Elsie Tanaka,Elwood Lim, Ethel Aramaki
Faith Maeda,Frances Mise,Frances Takasaki,Francine Song,Francisco Tambunting,Frieda Taniguchi
Gary Tsukamoto,Gary Yamamoto,George Takamiya,Geraldine Barcenas
Irene Rocha
James Mau, Jane Futenma,Jane Mock,Jean Nakamura,Jeanette Sumida,John Rodrigues,June Yanazawa
Karen Bertram,Karen Fukuji,Karen Iha,Karen Morisawa,Kathryn Mabe,Kenneth Ginoza,Kenneth Matsuura,
Kenneth Morimoto,Kenneth Yoshioka
Lance Ishihiro,LaVerne Nishimura,Lillian Tarumoto,Lorene Watanabe,Louise Lung,Lynne Zane
Madge Stibbard,Mae Nakanishi,Manuel Mattos,Marian Tarumoto,Marjorie Mau,Martin Buell,
Matilda Muraoka,Michael Yamaguchi,Muriel Masumura,Myron Kekaula
Naomi Kuramoto,Nathan Chong,Nelson Masumune,Norman Ginoza
Pamela Machida,Patricia Kiyabu,Patricia Yamaguchi,Paul Kimura,Pearl Chun,Pearl Shimooka,Phyliss Tanabe
Raynor Tsuneyoshi,Rebecca Paresa,Richard Shinn, Richard Shintaku, Richard Yawata, Rick Nakamura,
Robert Gore, Robert Mito,Robert Moriyama,Robert Nukushina,Robert Yoshimura,Roger Kobayashi,
Ronald Higa,Rosemary DeJesus,Roy Morihara, Roy Okano,Roy Takamatsu,Ruth Kinoshita
Samuel Pang,Sanford Murata,Seda Deguchi,Sharon LaTraille,Sheila Espindola,Shirley Ching,Shirley Tamashiro,
Stanley Miura,Stella Okamoto
Thomas Murata, Thomas Takushi,Thomas Yamada,Timothy Choy,Tony Ballesteros,Tremaine Lui
Velma Kekipi,Vernon Wong,Violet Chung-Hoon,Virginia Kakazu,Vivian Hirahara
Wayne Kanai,Wayne Yamasaki
Xavier Ching,Xavier Ikei
Yolinda Agaria,Yvonne Tachino


DISCLAIMER: This is not an 'official KHS '60 newsletter' but merely a voluntarily provided vehicle to pass
on information from the reunion committee, as an aside to the primary purpose of providing a focal point for
your classmate 'memories' and communication. Please refer to the Bulldog Bulletins mailed out by the reunion
reunion committee for definitive 'official' information ( most recent issue dated February 28, 2015 ) .

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