9/22/2017 55th Class Reunion
Only three weeks until our weekend events. Where in Hawaii can you enjoy an evening of food, entertainment, and fellowship for only $25.00? Can't beat that price, so if you haven't
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7/6/2017 55th reunion
Our 55th reunion is a little more than 3 months away and we have only 13 classmates signed up for the Saturday luau. It will be very difficult for the committees to dete
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12/7/2016 55th Class Reunion
Your 55th class reunion committee has come up with firm dates for our reunion next year. A “meet and greet” at Ohana’s in Waimanalo will be 13 October, a luau, also in Wai
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Aloha KHS Alumni,
Just a reminder that we are less than two months away from our reunion (all classes) and we sure would like to get a better count of the number of folks that will be attending our events. We have a Meet and Greet on Oct 13, a Luau on Oct 14 and a Beach Party on Oct 15. We are planning on having a golf outing either October 13 or 14, not finalized yet. Please sign-up on our website www. tinyurl.com/khs1962 if you plan on attending or if you rather let me or one of our committee members you be attending by Sep 15 and send your check to Flossie by Sep 30. We really need a good head count so we have enough food for everyone. And you don't want to miss the great entertainment that is planned for the luau.
Also, Alvin Akina is looking for some hardy folks that are willing jump out of a perfectly good aircraft with him on the morning of Oct 14. He needs names by Oct 4 so arrangements can be made. So give Alvin a call (808) 747-5005 if you enjoy jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft.
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We moved from Kailua to California 1961 in July 1961. So much for my senior year. My dad was transfered by Hawaiian A/L to open a new division in the Los Angeles region.
After HS I attended Glendale CC and received my AA degree and transfered to San Diego State. I graduated with a BS in Business Admin in June 1967. At the beginning of my junior year I joined the Naval Reserve. A week after graduation I was sent to Pensacola for additional training. I spent my active duty stationed on Guam. It was actually a pretty good duty station, lots of remainders of WWII, clear waters to dive and snorkel and it was a staging area for the Viet Nam conflict. Lots of activity.
I met Stephanie in my junior year at SDSC but didn't date her until I was on a 2 week leave in November 1967. We had about 5 dates before I left for my duty station. After she graduated in Feb. 1968 she flew to Guam and we were married. I completed my active duty in Dec. 1968.
I started my 37 year banking career in 2/69 and Stephainie went back to college to complete her Calif. Teaching Credential. I retired from Banking in June 2006. I spent the majority of my banking experience in lending with the last 15 years with 2 banks as EVP/Chief Credit Officer or EVP/RE. After retiring I did some independant consulting for a couple of years.
Both daughters are unmarried. Staci is a Registered Dental Assistant and Michelle is back in school pursuing her nursing degree.
In 2001 we moved to Carlsbad, San Diego. In 2002 I started surfing and currenlty try to surf 2-3X a week. In addition I hit the gym 4-5X a week. The group that I surf with generally plans two surf trips a year, one in spring and one in the fall. When not playing, there is always things to do around the house.
Stephanie enjoys her gym time and Zumba classes She has been taking water painting classes for the last 6 years. She is also a volunteer for the San Diego Botanic Garden.
We love coming home to Hawaii and try go get back 2-3X a year.
We attended the 25th reunion and look forward to this years 50th.
It's that time again! We need everyone to update their profile so that we will have your current information in order to contact you about the upcoming events!
Please note: MANY of you have email addresses that are BoUnCiNg and therefore I can't keep you posted of what's happening in the group! It's important that you send me your updated email address (click on my name!) LeRoy Bishaw
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