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56 Years - Memories: Feb 16

56 Years - Memories: Feb '16

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 :

http://www.pbase.com/halinhi/khs60lv02
( 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.

Mahalo,
Hal Oshiro
 


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Upcoming events:

Annual KHS Foundation fundraiser dinner, Saturday, March 19th, 4:30P - 8:30P
Kaimuki High School cafeteria, dinner service from 4:30P to 6:15P


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FEBRUARY 2015 POSTS - posts, starting with March 2009, are archived in:
http://www.pbase.com/halinhi/memblogs



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February 28, 2016

Very sad to see this in the obits, someone I've known since our elemenatary days.
Knew she wasn't in the greatest of health but thought she was fine otherwise.

http://obits.staradvertiser.com/2016/02/27/edwina-may-ahn-yamada/



Thank you Gerri, had a wonderful time.
Great group and great gathering, with some new faces or ones that haven't been seen
in a while.
Link below to photos of this get-together.

http://www.pbase.com/halinhi/longhis24feb16



Yes Pearl, it was good to see Edwina during those past reunionos.
She will be definitely be missed.


Thanks Roy and Doug for those words.
If I may add 'friendship' as another not to be taken for granted or lightly.


Kudos to you Bing, you had your own 'Chinatown celebration' going on.
That sounded like a lot of work coordinating things throughout those years.
But I'm sure you found it all so worth it and provided so much happiness.


Aloha and keep well all,
Hal


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----- Original Message -----
From: Gerri Barcenas Digmon
To: hal-khs60
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 7:32 PM
Subject: Re: Longhi's photos

I'm stunned, the few times we spoke Edwina seemed fine.
She askd to join our lunch so l called several times and left messages but we could
not connect.
I'm so bummed.
Mahalo for passing on this sad news.
Stay safe & well.

Gerri



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----- Original Message -----
From: Gerri Barcenas Digmon
To: hal-khs60
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 9:32 AM
Subject: RE: Longhi's photos

Mahalo nui, nui, Harold.
This was a great gathering of old pals, much larger than anticipated however and time
just flew by for me.
Always appreciate your joining us and great help.

Ahui hou,
Gerri



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----- Original Message -----
From: Pearl Shimooka Mori
To: Hal Oshiro
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 7:03 AM
Subject: Re: Edwina

So sad, I'm glad she was able to attend the last few reunions.
She will be missed.
Another classmate gone.



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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Roy Okano
Date: Mon, Feb 22, 2016 at 11:35 AM
Subject: Doug Savage - Words of Wisdom for March
To: Harold Oshiro

"A relationship is a privilege, not a chore.
Love should be appreciated, not taken for granted."


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----- Original Message -----
From: Bing (Betty Ann Ing) Douglas
To: hal-khs60
Sent: Monday, February 22, 2016 10:54 AM
Subject: Re: 2/22/16 - Chinese New Year in DC

When I got here in 1974 the first Chinese New Year was dismal.
No fireworks, no family, no friends, no nothing so I decided to change things.
The next year I ordered a table of 10 at a restaurant in DC's China Block and
ordered dim sum.
Then I began inviting new friends and colleagues to join me for brunch.
I told each person that it was to be paid for equally by each person who RSVPed.
There was a date certain to RSVP after which those who wanted to come would
be on stand by.
Well, I got 10 who came and 2 who were on stand by but couldn't be seated.

The food was great Chicken Chow Mein Cantones style (for long life), char siu
bao (known as small mana pua in Hawaii), shrimp siu mai (dumplings),
snow pea shoots, sche chuan eggplant, taro & pork cakes, Chinese spare ribs,
seafood chow fun, Chinese broccoli in oyster sauce, Chinese custard pie, etc.

We have been doing this every year for Chinese New Year.
This year I had 6 tables and had to turn away 8 people.
We have spinoffs of 3 groups: a colleague orders 3 tables, his son married a
Chinese American.
A friend I met at the Asian American Government Executives Network orders
3 tables.
Another friend I met at work orders 4 tables for her immediate family and friends.

The restaurant now hires the local gung fu club to do the lion dance ( 3 lions)
and even sets off firecrackers.
This has turned out to be a wonderful annual event.

I understand that June Kobayashi did the same thing for Christmas each year in
LA and she is continuing the tradition.

It doesn't matter what life throws at you that counts.
It is what you do in response that results in happiness.



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Feburary 22, 2016

It's that time again, the annual Kaimuki High School Foundation's fundraiser dinnner.
Link below is to a pdf of an information sheet-registration form that I received in the mail.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_xOzakcmnnQV1c0TG1aWXZUUlU/view?usp=sharing

Sorry, that complimentary ticket menioned on the form is for recipients of the mailed info-
form who were past attendees.
Still, great chance to meet up with schoolmates from other years plus your own for a really
nominal amount.
Guesstimating anywhere from 250 to 350 or maybe more alums & guests show up annually.
For an idea of what the dinners are like, below are links to previous ones.

2013:
http://www.pbase.com/halinhi/khsff_23mar13
2014:
http://www.pbase.com/halinhi/khsff2014
2015:
http://www.pbase.com/halinhi/khsff2015



Mahalo Moana, have passed on Arline's contact info to Pearl Shimooka Mori.



Das him Nuk... the math teacher - exact - shirt, pants and short.
Yep, perhaps it's why the mid-50s to the mid-60s were referred to as the 'Happy Days'.



Bing, good to hear you and Hank are 'weathering' this severe cold spell.
I know what you mean about 'Snowzilla'
Our daughter used to show us photos of her disappearing behind super tall snowdrifts
along the sidewalks that she used to go to work in Bethesda.
Take care, stay warm and dry.



Das also him Roger, small, thin, and balding math teacher.
I can never remember the order of ranking within each branch of service, much less
between them.



Aloha,
Hal


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----- Original Message -----
From: Moana Dyball
To: Hal Oshiro
Sent: Saturday, February 20, 2016 1:32 PM
Subject: Arline (Kauwe) Gonzalves

Hi Hal,

I saw Arline at Shima's in Waimanalo and asked her for her phone number so the
Reunion Committee can call her.
Here it is: (808)***-****.

She'll be expecting to hear from you..,

Aloha,

Moana (Tremaine Lui) Dyball


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-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Nukushina
To: hal-khs60
Sent: Sat, Feb 6, 2016 9:05 pm
Subject: Classmates

My science teacher was about 5'8".
I think we had the same shorter math teacher who taught algebra in my 7th grade class;
I only remember white short sleeve shirts and dark brown pants.
I sat near Seda and Kathleen K.
I remember Seda as being very funny.
I never saw her since that class.
Kathleen K. used to avoid me like the plague in high school.
All I wanted to say was Hi!
When school was out, she used to run down stairs to avoid me when she saw me.
She must have thought I had the hots for her or something.
I stopped at the top of the stairs so she didn't have to run down the concrete stairs.
I was afraid she would fall down and hurt herself.
I knew I was a goofy guy who had no interest in school.
Funny how things worked out.
When I graduated high school, I felt so happy with a giant sense of relief; no sense of
accomplishment; just relief.
A milestone in my life.
I was planning on getting a blue collar job.
But then I got talked into attending UH.
Oh no.
I am no scholar like most of you, but I did enjoy myself attending college.
Didn't have to attend classes; didn't have to study.
FREEDOM!
Why couldn't high school be like this?
There was no sense of relief when I graduated UH.
I just felt, finally I get to work and make a few dollars.
I remember graduation day and receiving leis like other students to the top of my head.
Leis are so expensive these days; I wonder how expensive it was back then.
We are the lucky generation.
We didn't have to fight in WWII nor Korean War, although a few of us died in the
Vietnam War.
We grew up during the period of the greatest music ever plus Elvis.
On our cruises, the '50s music trivia game has the greatest attendance/participation.
In 1975 I recognized that one had to buy a house then, or it would be difficult to afford
one with inflation on the horizon.
Those in our generation got in at great prices.
Our generation participated in the great transfer of wealth from parents and grand parents;
except us, our parents had nothing.
Then we got the microwave oven.
We were the lucky generation
In 1999, I did a spreadsheet to see if my net retirement income was enough to retire.
Yep, it was virtually the same as the net working income.
I was virtually working for free; so I retired; no regrets.
California changed their retirement formula for school teachers of a certain age group,
those with a lot of experience to entice them to work a few years longer while California
hired younger teachers in anticipation of a large retirement of teachers.
It had the opposite affect. teachers were retiring earlier with the incentives.
The wife decided to work one year beyond her retirement eligibility which baffled me
because she was always looking forward to retirement more than I did.
We enjoyed the best of the Japanese products; reliable gas sipping automobiles and
reliable electronics.
We were lucky.

Robert Nukushina



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----- Original Message -----
From: Bing (Betty Ann Ing) Douglas
To: hal-khs60
Sent: Saturday, February 06, 2016 8:58 AM
Subject: Re: 2/6/16

Hal,

Hank and I chuckled when some of the classmates complained about weather in Hawaii
being around 60 degrees.

To put things in perspective, we just went through the DC BLIZZARD of 2016 also
known here as SNOWZILLA.
The temperature went down to the 20 degrees and with the wind chill facter, it sometimes
went down to single digits.

The major storm began on Friday afternoon (1/22/16) and lasted until Sunday (1/24/16).
Snow buried everything, houses, cars, treees, we couldn't see the streets.
Snow fall was between 18" to 35" before the wind caused snow drifts, depending on where
you were.
We were one of the few lucky ones who didn't have to leave our complex for anything.
We have 621 units in this condo complex called the Towers.
We didn't have to shovel snow because with so many units our condo association has a
contractor to do this.
The workers began on Sunday afternoon, worked through the night with tractors and
snow blowers.
The workers did this everyday throughout the next week.
This is lucky because DC had about 13 snow related deaths, for example, heart attacks
from shoveling snow and inability to get to the medical centers because the roads were
impassable and accidents on the roads.

A few major thoroughfares were plowed and salted and available periodically by Monday
(1/24/16).
The wind moved the plowed snow back onto the roads.
Most of the roads continued to be impassable, as a result, the public transportation
(Metro rail and Metro buses) was not able to operate.

There is a market in the basement of the our complex.
Mr. Lee, the Korean American owner, was able to open up the store on Monday and we
got fresh baked bread, avacado, limes, carrots, green peppers,
Haagen Daz ice cream, frozen pizza, spam, sausages and everything we needed.
He also stocks soda, beer, wine, and high end scotches, bourbons, vodkas, etc.

On Monday, the Federal Government and all the State and local governments and schools
in the area were closed.
Each began a slow process of opening throughout the week depending on the ability of
people to get to work, school, etc., and back home.
On Tuesday, there was minimal public transportation. DC government opened on Tuesday
but the Federal government did not open until Wednesday (1/26/16).
By Thursday, the public transportation was working for the most part and by the next
Monday (2/1/16) all the government offices and schools were opened.
Hank and I were fine.
He did his physical therapy on the bike in the fitness center in the basement.
I used the treadmill with the TV.

Our condo has 24/7 concierge and car parking valet services, so friends and family who
could travel to us did.
We had our regular family night dinner with Hank's two brothers and my hanai sister
and niece.
We have made friends with some of our neighbors so we had dinner and cocktails with
some of them.
Last night we had a small sushi party.

Tonight we have been invited to a remembrance party for one of the long time tenants
who passed away last week.
He was in his 90s and had lived in the Towers for over 30 years.
A Palestinian-American couple around our age made friends with us on the first day
we moved in.
They were also his friend and they along with two other couples are hosting the get
together.
Tomorrow we have been invited by friends who live nearby to their house where they
are hosting a Super Bowl party.
A dozen or so of us will be watching the game together on TV.
The party will be pot luck.

Today, the last patch of snow on the condo grounds melted.
But the weather station warned that we will have another snow storm next week,
although that one is expected to be mild.
We can't complain we are as snug as two bugs in a rug.
Nevertheless, we are looking forward to Spring.
Hope you have a great time at the KHS fundraiser.



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----- Original Message -----
From: Roger Kobayashi 小林
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Saturday, February 06, 2016 7:25 AM
Subject: Re: 2/6/16

I recall Junto Nakamura being my 8th grade math teacher.
I recall a thin, bald man.

Moana, please relay congratulations to Kimo.
To any who are not familiar with military ranks, a Captain in the US Navy is the same
rank as a Colonel in the other services.
In terms of pay grades, all of them are O-6's and just one rank below Generals and Admirals.

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February 6, 2016

Roy, thanks for the words from Doug, very true words.
Coincidentally, I dropped by to visit him a couple of days ago after your mention of visiting.
He was in good spirits and we talked of old times and many other things for about an hour.


Yep Jean, it was Mr. Nakamura who was that 7th grade math teacher.
Seemed like a nice guy but with sometimes odd traits.
Didn't know you did a teaching stint at KIS... have to tell us of your experiences there
on the blog one day.
Good to hear Seda and many others were able to head your way to visit, or will be soon.
Boyd was such a nice and friendly guy that I'm not surprised Seda did that.
Take care, keep busy... then again, multi-tasking at our age ? Slow down girl : )


Thanks for the photos Chester, they're posted on the pbase website... link below.
http://www.pbase.com/halinhi/sc16jan16


Arline, I believe preparations and some activities for Chinese New Year have already
started a couple of days ago... should be a blast... literally.


Congrats to Kimo, Tremaine... that is quite a milestone and accomplishment.


Thanks for the memories of Washington Intermediate School, Tim.
We need to hear more from the WIS people, and I know there are a lot of you out there.
Never knew you were from a one-parent household or that your Aunt raised you for a while.
Remember you as a stable and very grounded person back then, far more than those of us
with and raised by both parents.


Tom, what a coincidence... and the timing too, amazing.
By the way, as for telling Manny to keep up the good work... you just did.


Aloha,
Hal


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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Roy Okano
Date: Sun, Jan 31, 2016 at 2:29 PM
Subject: For Doug Savage
To: Hal Oshiro

"Look after your friends. Make sure they're okay.
Sometimes they are going through things that are really heavy, but they might not say it."



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----- Original Message -----
From: Boyd C. Worley
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Monday, February 01, 2016 3:21 PM
Subject: Re: 1/31/16

That quirky math teacher sounded like Mr. Nakamura.
I remember him telling Carole Masuda Eto and I that on weekends he would comb the
theater parking lots for money because he would always find a dollar or two.
He was very strange.
When I went to KIS to do my student teaching in 1968, he was still working.
In the teachers' lounge he looked at me and for a moment indicated that he recognized me.
I just pretended not to know him because he wasn't exactly my favorite teacher and I didn't
want to be buddy buddy during my student teaching.
In October, my four kids and I took some of Boyd's ashes to Virginia to be buried with his
parents and a small box to be buried with his only brother.
The mortician said that Boyd was a large man so I could have as many urns as I wanted.
I have one on our piano.
It looks like a large dictionary with an 8x10 picture of Boyd on the front.
Seda was so cute when she came to visit.
When I told her that I had Boyd's ashes on the piano, she went up to it and said, "Hi, Boyd!"
I thought that was so cool.
It made me laugh.
The trip was a good one.
Boyd's two of four surviving sisters were so happy that we had a memorial that they could
participate in and to meet our kids after about 40 years.
We met cousins we didn't even know existed.
They all came to the Italian restaurant that the sisters chose.
My kids really enjoyed getting to know the rest of the Worley and Hunt families.
I'm starting to see a pattern developing where Granny Jean goes to Juneau for Thanksgiving
and Christmas and gets to carry the great-grandchildren and get pampered by her children
and grand-children.
They don't want me to do anything!
That feels like being put in the corner with a dunce cap.
It's punishment not to do anything.
I was so glad when my daughter and her husband went to work and I got to wash the dishes
for them.
I spend my time doing a lot of sewing and alterations.
In fact, I moved my sewing machine into my kitchen so I could sew, cook, do laundry and watch
TV all at the same time.
Right now, I'm sewing outfits for the waitresses at the Sweet Tooth Cafe.
The new owners want their waitresses to wear long black dresses with white pinafore aprons.
I don't think the girls will be very comfortable during the hot summer days.
It's an idea that's good in theory but not practical at all especially when the girls are used to
wearing bermudas, jeans and t-shirts.
Getting chatty again so I'll stop for now.
The memory booklet from the last reunion came out really nice!
I had a fun time!



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----- Original Message -----
From: Chester Otani
To: Hal Oshiro
Sent: Monday, February 01, 2016 3:15 PM
Subject: SC KHS mini-reunion in Artesia, 1/16/16

You probably know everyone in the photos. Just in case, here are the people in the group photo.

Standing: Steve Kobayashi, Akimi Ching, Faith Maeda Shinsato, Charlene Mau Kanemoto,
Ann Miyamoto Ohara and Clifford Ching

Seated: Chester Otani, Tom Shinsato, June Yanazawa Kobayashi, and Sam Pang


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----- Original Message -----
From: Arline Hirahara Gokan
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Monday, February 01, 2016 12:35 AM
Subject: Re: 1/31/16

ALOHA----Enjoy the blog and want to wish all: GUNG HEE FAT CHOY, coming up Feb 8th and
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY which quickly follows.
You are so right in that time does fly, especially now that we are getting along in years.
"Time waits for no-one", soooo make merry while still alive and agile.
Note.. This is leap year!!



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----- Original Message -----
From: Moana Dyball
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2016 9:22 AM
Subject: Re: 1/31/16

Hi all,

Please join me in congratulating my Annapolis Graduate, USNAVAL AVIATOR CAPTAIN
KIMO KAUILANUINAMAKAEHA KEAULANA LUI LEE, who retires this month thirty years.
An accomplishment well deserved...

Thank you,

Tremaine



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----- Original Message -----
From: Timothy Y.C. Choy
To: Hal-KHS60
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2016 8:08 AM
Subject: Re: 1/31/16

Hope your New Year has been going well for you and as we soon celebrate Chinese New Year,
may the year of the Monkey bring you and your family and friends good fortune!

I went to Washington Intermediate School and had Mrs Daisy Okabe as one of my 7th grade
teachers who made an impact on me.
Every year she had her classes gather used clothing that was then shipped by the US Navy to
Japan to the Elizabeth Saunders Orphanage that focused upon providing care and raising
children of mixed parentage or who in Hawaii we called hapa who were often abandoned and
neglected by the Japanese mainstream society at that time.
I remember the first weekend that I along with a couple other student went to Whilamenia Rise
and began going door to door up Lurline Drive from the bottom of the hill to the top.... duh!
By the end of the afternoon we were exhausted carrying the boxes and bags we had received
from our requests as we went door to door uphill....we realized that we should have started
at the top and worked our way down.......the next weekend we picked a level neighborhood
where there were no hills.
But I never forgot that it would have been easier to begin at the top and work down.

I was also at that time a child from a single parent household being raise by my Aunt Stella
because my Mother in order to support me had to go over seas to work with the US Military
(salaries in those days for single parent Asian women did not provide one with an affordable
income); as a result I was a bit of a spoilt brat and Mrs Okabe taught me that year that no
one is indispensable....a lesson that served me well throughout my career.
Its amazing how many people think that they are but knowing that one isn't puts a different
slant on what one does and how one behaves.

As I age, I become more aware of how fortunate I was to have had at every stage of my life great
teachers and mentors and employers who provided me with opportunities and taught me and
enabled me to do well.
Of course there were also at each stage some real shits as well but those who were not taught
me how to survive and succeed.

Tim Choy



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----- Original Message -----
From: thomas takushi
To: Hal Oshiro
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2016 7:52 AM
Subject: Fwd: 1/31/16

Hi Hal,

Just to follow up on the blog about Manny, I just found out last night at my grandson's birthday
dinner, that he was fortunate to be in one the classes at Mililani High School when Manny
gave his speech.
He told me that he enjoyed Mr. Mattos's stories about how he met his wife and how he went
from being a plumber to his final occupation as a officer in the Honolulu Police Department.
Well, tell Manny to keep up the good deed, because he might never know who will be listening
to his stories and make our future citizens better than us.


Mahalo,
Tom



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Janurary 31, 2016

Hey Jean, it's been a while since we've heard from you too.
Great to have seen you at the LV reunion though I didn't have a chance to really
talk to you.
Sounds like you and Velma have quite a plan going, or will, knowing how close
you two are
Keep in touch, and let us know how things are going way up there.
By the way, just saw a survey of the most relaxed states in the U.S.A.
Hawaii, of course, is the most laid-back. then, perhaps unsurprising to you,
Alaska is rated second as the state to be the most relaxed in.


Nuk, I had a math teacher in the 7th grade at KIS that matched the description
of your science teacher... wondering if they were one and the same.
Not surprising as some of the teachers had dual and somtimes multiple roles.
This particular math teacher was a bit on the quirky side.
He was a small fellow, not much taller than I was at the time, on the thin side.
Whenever tempers would flare up for some of the rowdier guys in the class for
whatever reason, this teacher would immediately try to cool things down.
He would implore, " Here, I give you guys dollar each... please don't fight ".
I'm sure there were a lot of 'fake' altercations during the year.
A few years after I left H.S., he apparently became a little more quixotic.
Ran into him driving an old, overflowing, beat-up pickup truck scavenging
sidewalk castoffs for resale or recycling cash... I'm pretty sure he didn't
need the money.


Thanks Vernon, very interesting article, I knew only some of the info so it
was very informative... also quite timely with related festivities coming up
very shortly at the beginning of next month.


Thanks for the follow-up on Manny's story Tom, I'm sure he went with only
whatever he had with just those three.
Made me curious enough to check it out though... found out there were more
than a dozen and a half Medal of Honor recipients from Hawaii or with
some sort of connection to Hawaii.
http://www.homeofheroes.com/moh/states/hi.html


Already the end of the first month of the new year... how time just flies along.
Amusing to think of our school days when we couldn't wait for the moments,
more so the hours and days, to go by.
Take care all, savor and cherish the moments.


Aloha,
Hal


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

MISSING CLASSMATES:

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, Tamar I

Dang, Priscilla Ann

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


Ginoza, Peggy K; Gomes, Barbara Jean L.


Ichimura, Lloyd J M

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



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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,Audrey Koshiba
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
Earl Tokumura,Edward Inea,Edward Ling,Edwin Matsui,Edwina Ahn,Elaine Carias,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,Glenn Kaawalauaole
Harriet Higa,Hiroyasu Narita
Irene Rocha
James Mau, Jane Futenma,Jane Mock,Jean Nakamura,Jane Nishimura,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,Naomi Nelson,Nathan Chong,Nelson Masumune,Norman Ginoza
Pamela Machida,Patricia Kiyabu,Patricia Yamaguchi,Paul Kimura,Pauline Arakaki,Pearl Chun,Pearl Shimooka,
Phyliss Tanabe
Raynor Tsuneyoshi,Rebecca Paresa,Richard Shinn, Richard Shintaku, Richard Yasunaga,Richard Yawata,
Rick Nakamura,Robert Gore,Robert Moriyama,Robert Nukushina,Robert Yoshimura,Roger Kobayashi,
Ronald Higa,Rosemary DeJesus,Roy Morihara, Roy Okano,Roy Takamatsu,Ruth Kinoshita
Samuel Pang,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



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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 April 30, 2015 ) .


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