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ST. ANTHONY JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI NEWSLETTER

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SPRING 2008

Nonprofit Organization US Postage PAID Permit No. 17 Wailuku, HI

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ST. ANTHONY JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI NEWSLETTER

WITHOUT WHOM WE ARE NOTHING

SPRING 2008

Marianists celebrate 125 years at St. Anthony

eptember 5, 1883 marked the arrival of three Marianist Brothers at the Wailuku St. Anthony School for Boys. These men were Brother Thomas Eichorn, Brother Francis Marx and Brother John Parr. They came to Hawaii at the invitation of the Order of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. They had reached the shores of Oahu the day before after traveling from Dayton, Ohio with five other Marianist teachers aboard the S.S. Mariposa. Thus began over a century of service in Hawaii. King Kalakaua was the reigning monarch when the Brothers of Mary came that fall day. Welcomed warmly, Fr. Roland Bunda, SM, Bro. Dennis Schmidt, SM, they were escorted to the Cathedral of Mary, Queen of Bro. John Campbell, SM, Bro. James Dods, SM Peace, in downtown Honolulu, where a Mass of Thanksgiving was celebrated by Blessed Father Damien DeVeuster, SS.CC., who was visiting from Molokai. The five Marianists who remained on Oahu assumed the direction of what Society of Mary-- is now known as St. Louis High School, which is now part of the St. LouisMarianists Chaminade University Education Center, located on the slopes of Kalaepohaku in An International Kaimuki. congregation of The Wailuku School for Boys and the St. Anthony School for Girls evolved Catholic men during the subsequent 59 years and in 1942, the first four-year high school studedicated to the dents graduated. The Boys and Girls schools were consolidated in 1968 under the education of youth direction of the Marianists. and formation of In 1976, the Marianists (with first pastor Father James Orsini) assumed Christian administration of the St. Anthony Parish from the Fathers of the Sacred Heart. A disastrous fire destroyed the historic church (built in 1873) on November 1, 1977. Communities. It would be two and one-half years before the completion of the new church structure, as we know it today, was completed and blessed on June 13, 1980. The parish oversees the cemetery, preschool, elementary school and cafeteria on its grounds. Father Roland Bunda is the current pastor. Father James Orsini is the current principal of the Junior Senior High School, which is under the direction of the Hawaii Catholic Schools Superintendent , Dr. Carmen Himenes, and Bishop Larry Silva. On September 5, 2008, the St. Anthony Marianists celebrated 125th Anniversary of service to Maui with a Mass of Celebration and dinner reception at Maui Tropical Plantation, attended by over 200 guests. May the MarianFront Row: Tommy Duarte and Dr. Herman Aizawa ist presence and influence continue on Maui for many Back: Fr. Jim Orsini and Brother Tom Spring at years to come! Maui Tropical Plantation Reception Dinner

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St. A nthony Junior Senior Hig h School 16th A nnu al Di n ner Dance

St. Anthony Junior Senior High School proudly presents "AN AFFAIRE' TO REMEMBR"-- the annual fundraiser to benefit the Student Financial Assistance Program When: Where: Time: Cost: Saturday, November 22, 2008 The Waikapu Room King Kamehameha Golf Club, Waikapu 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm $75 per person (open seating) $1,200 per table of ten (preferred seating w/gift)

Silent Auction 5:00 pm Entertainment: Romero Sisters -- Merv Oana Open Bar 5:00 pm Dinner 7:00 pm Live Auction 8:30pm Semi-formal Attire

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Message from the Principal...

St. Anthony's Guardian Angel 2008--

Dr. Carmen Himenes is presently the Superintendent of Hawaii Catholic Schools and has been a staunch supporter of St. Anthony for many years. She has served in Catholic education her entire career teaching at both the elementary and secondary levels, and has been a Catholic school administrator for over 30 years. She received her B.A. from Chaminade University of Honolulu, M.A. in Education from Fort Wright College and an Administrative Credential from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. Dr. Himenes earned a Doctorate in Education from Brigham Young University in Utah. She continues to enhance her professional development opportunities in Catholic identity, school law and curriculum development to advance her leadership skills in working with the principals of the Honolulu Diocese.

Aloha kakou ! By the time you are reading this edition of Sine Qua Non we will have completed our annual Homecoming Festivities for 2008. Many of you will have fond memories of the Homecoming Court ­ the King and Queen and all their attendants being presented to the crowd gathered at the stadium. If you're old enough, you'll remember that the Court could drive around the track seated in convertibles along with the floats that had managed to make it from school without breaking down! Remember those bonfire contests ? HC&S used to let us demolish the empty houses in old Puunene village around the mill ! It's a miracle that no one got crushed by a falling roof or wall, but since most of you were wearing rubber slippers, there were plenty of rusty nail pokes and tetanus shots. Ahhhh, the good old days! Kids today aren't really much different from their parents --- when their parents were the same age! Homecoming Week was truly a crazy week, and many people thought that there wasn't much education going on. But now, with benefit of hindsight, you know that you were learning a lot ­ learning how to pull together, how to develop consensus, how to adapt and change, how to resolve conflicts and get past hurt feelings, how to be creative and make something out of very little or nothing. Those were the life-lessons you took with you when you graduated; those were the lessons that proved more valuable than historical dates, scientific or mathematical formulas, names of ancient authors and Biblical books. St. Anthony is now and always has been proud of its family spirit. Our `ohana has not just studied and prayed together, we have worked and played, laughed and cried, celebrated our victories and mourned our defeats together. Now it is time to look forward together, to dream and to plan how St. Anthony can continue its mission and serve the next generations of Maui youth. Mahalo to all who responded to our appeal for financial assistance in the previous issue of Sine Qua Non. We know we need to do more, and with Bishop Silva's help we are preparing to launch a major Capital Campaign. Alumni will play a key role in making sure that the campaign is successful. We will keep you posted as the details and dates are made final. Meanwhile, know that you are always remembered in our thoughts and prayers. We need you to remember us in your prayers, too ! With your continue support, we know that St. Anthony will continue to stand "undaunted." Me ke aloha pumehana, Fr. Jim Orsini, Principal

St. Anthony Junior Senior High School Board Dr. Carmen Himenes Brother John Campbell, S.M. Patricia Eason Winona Martinez Eldon Mattos, PTG Daniel Ornellas Father Jim Orsini Ray Skelton Brother Jim Vorndran, S.M. Michael Williams Patrick Wong -- Chairperson Stephanie Hall -- Recording Secretary St. Anthony Junior Senior High School Administration Father Jim Orsini, Principal Patricia Rickard, VP/Academic Dean Mosi Tafao, Dean of Students Sister Sara Sanders, Campus Minister Charlie Pico, Athletic Director Janice Pruett, Student Activities/Alumni Coordinator

Guardian Angel Carmen M. Himenes,

IN MEMORIAM...MANY OF OUR LOVED ONES WENT HOME TO OUR LORD....PLEASE KEEP THEM IN YOUR PRAYERS.... Max Tokunaga `49, passed away December 10, 2007. James Buddy Ah Sam `51 passed away August 4, 2007 Darrell Saltiban son of Pat Saltiban ,'59 passed away on March 7, 2007. Arthur J. Amoral `33, passed away March 9, 2008 at home. He is survived by Gwen Amoral Robello `57, Marlene Bigger Amoral `58, Delvin Amoral, Roger Robello `83, James Robello `85, and Roslyn Robello Meade `85. John Lake `55 passed away in Honolulu on May 14, 2008 (see page 5).

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Michele Meyer Galam '76, of Maui, on June 23. Among her survivors are two children, a brother, Marco Meyer Jr. '57 and a sister, Pamela Kepani'i `64. Albert Silva Carvalho `38 of Maui, on May 21. Among his survivors are his wife, two sons, Dennis `66 and James Carvalho `71; a daughter, Geraldine Carvalho '69; three sisters, Evangeline Ferreira, Mary Gomes `37 and Sister Beatrice Carvalho `42; and a brother, John Carvalho `46x. Patricia Mary Thomas `44, of Kailua, Oahu, on March 9, 2008. Among her survivors are two sons, Michael `69 and David `68 and four brothers, Al Spenser `51, Charles Spenser `50, Clarence Spenser '54 and Robert Spenser `52; six sisters, Catherine Thomas `45, Evelyn Everett `47, Anne Vida `49, Betty Barry `56, Theresa Ventura `58 and Frances Garcia `55. Manuel "Tootsie" Correa Silva Jr. `49, of Kahului, on March 11. Among his survivors are his wife, Belen "Eva" Silva; a son, Manny Silva; a daughter, Rita (Miles `73) Takabayashi; two brothers, Robert Silva and George Silva; two sisters, Paulette Okita `64 and Barbara Graham, and grandchildren Melanie Saito `95 and Scott Takabayashi `9 Ernest Joseph Freitas Jr. `50, of Kahului, on May 30. Among his survivors are four daughters, Ernestine (Ben) Brennon `69, Annalynn (Larry) Harbaugh, Maralee (Leonard) Kahakauwila and Celeste (Anthony) Cunningham `81 a sister, Harriet Dolim. Medine Consad Sales, 85, of Kahului, on June 1. Among her survivors is her daughter, Jennifer (Edward) Campbell `75. Mathilda Romias, 90, of Wailuku on Oct 6 2007. Mathilda had been a Cafeteria worker for 40 years at St. Anthony. She is survived by five sons, John (Linda) Romias '53, James (Maria Kanae) Romias '58, Paul (Sandra) Romias '58, George (Beverly Ann) Romias Thank you Lisa P. Giamoyris `61 for contributing information for our Memorial pages. Please send information to: lgiamoy'65, Gary Romias '70 and one daughter, [email protected] or [email protected] Dolores (Alex) Orian '55.

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St. Anthony 2008 Hall Fame--Honored at Ho'olaule'a 2008

Distinguished Alumnus--Winona Louis Martinez was born to Ernest, `42, and Margaret Louis. She attended St. Anthony Girls' School, K-12, where she graduated with the Class of 1962. She earned her BS in Elementary Education from the College of Scholastica in 1969 and began her teaching career in Minnesota. She returned to Maui to teach at St. Anthony Grade School in 1973 where she taught fifth and sixth grades. She was named principal of the grade school in July 1988 and earned her MA in Private School Administration in 1993 from the University of San Francisco. Winona has served on a number of boards, including St. Anthony Jr. Sr. High School Board, Maui Catholic Schools Board, and the St. Anthony Parish School. Among her awards, Hawaii Catholic Schools recognized her as Distinguished Principal in 1999. She is married to Rick, and is the mother of Rick II, Carl Kalani, `86 and Kevin, `87. St. Anthony Service--Duane Nakahashi `76, son of Chester and Olive Ayers Nakahashi `47 attended St. Anthony High School K-12 and graduated in 1976. While at St. Anthony he was a two-way all-star as a tackle in football. He threw the discus and shot put in track and was the recipient of the Bro. Bader award. He attended Pacific University on a football scholarship. He returned to Maui to complete the electrician apprenticeship program at Maui Community College and became an electrician. He has been an electrician for 28 years. Duane has done the electrical work for the Ho`olaule`a for many years and has done work in the library and locker rooms. Along with his fellow classmates, they gather to clean St. Anthony church on a regular basis. Duane is married to Monica Gouveia Nakahashi `75 and has three children, Christy `00; Christopher `01 and Kimberly `03. Outstanding Athlete

Distinguished Alumnus

CLASS OF 1958 GOLDEN REUNION

St. Anthony Service

Outstanding Athlete--Louis Damien Kahelehookahi Silva attended St. Anthony schools from K12 and graduated in 1955. While attending St Anthony, Louis was an All-Star Guard, Linebacker in 1953 and 1954 and the MIL discus champion in 1954 and 1955. He went on to attend the University of Hawaii-Manoa and held the position of guard/linebacker on their football team. From 1958 to 1961 he helped to coach the St. Anthony Trojan Football team and became the head coach in1962. He led the team until 1964. For 3 years from 1965 to 1968 he coached the boys discus team. During the years 1969 to 1991, Louis was head coach for the boys/girls cross country teams, track and field teams and the wrestling team. Louis married Barbara J. Fernandez `55 in 1958 and has three children, Marietta `77, Henrietta `79 and Loretta `82. He is blessed with five grandchildren, Kanoa, Kaylie, Karlton, Koa, and Kona. While raising three children and coaching many teams at St. Anthony, Louis worked at Maui Pineapple Co., the State of Hawaii and Wackenhut Security. He is currently employed at Kamehameha Schools Maui.

Community Service--Michael A. Nobriga is the General Manager of Maui Soda and Ice Works, Ltd. He is the son of David "Buddy" '49 and Barbara Nobriga '50. He attended St. Anthony Schools from K-12 and graduated in 1970. Michael went on to attend the University of Hawaii-Manoa where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Sociology. He returned to Maui to work at Maui Soda and Ice Works, Ltd. starting out in the Sales and Marketing Department. In 1999 he became the General Manager of Maui Soda and Ice Works, Ltd. Throughout his years on Maui, Mike has been active in community organizations such as Maui Jaycees; Maui Crime Stoppers, Inc.; St. Anthony Alumni Association; Alu Like; Hawaii Soft Drink and Fruit Juice Association; Maui County Police Commission; Maui Chamber of Commerce; the list goes on. Currently Michael devotes votes his time to nurturing his family business that has served the community of Maui for more than 120 years.

St. Anthony High School's Class of 1958 celebrated their 50th reunion on June 27-29, 2008 with energy, style and remembrance! The reunion was very well attended--Gordon Carvalho, chairperson, said that this was the largest turnout. Everyone was so happy to see each other; some for the first time in 50 years! Friday night was spent in our Band room with Ron Carvalho's band providing familiar 50's tunes for our listening and dancing pleasure. We had lucky number drawings with great donated prizes, a silent auction which raised over $2,500, onolicious pupus, a prime rib dinner with all the fixings, great gift bags and the excitement of getting reacquainted. Everyone was so hyped to see each other! Saturday evening was the Ho'olaulea where all our alumni came together for a luau right there in front of the "boys school". The Hawaiian food was perfect and the Class of 1958 sat at special round tables--front and center. Everyone kept moving about and visiting with others--so many "Remember When" stories were shared. At one point, Gordon and Edwina Wilson-Snyder went up on stage and presented a gift of $3,000 to three St. Anthony seniors--each one received $3,000! After our final accounting we gave another student the same amount $3,000. These monies ($12,000) came from all of our classmates--money saved because of our committee's frugality (and contacts), donations and the silent auction. We gave the funds directly to the school for these students' tuition--each one received a letter from us describing why this was the best use of our monies. On Sunday, we all went to Mass and sat in a special section--pretty impressive because there were so many of us! At the Offertory, twenty-four classmates each carried a yellow rose with a blue and gold lei and placed their rose in a large blue vase honoring each of our deceased classmates. We were so moved by the experience and the recollections. After Mass, we were each presented with a "golden 50 year diploma" by Father Jim Orsini, current principal at SAS. We then went to Wallette Pellegrino's hale by the taro patches in Waikapu for brunch and more fun. At one point, we sang the Doxology and released twenty-four balloons into the air for our deceased classmates--again, a chicken skin moment. The committee has received so many compliments and the smiles really tell the story of the enjoyment we shared with each other for those three days. Special mahalos go to our committee who spent several months preparing for this: Gordon Carvalho, Chair, Theone Oliveira Andrade, Hermina Cabebe, Carol Dickson, Iini Dickson, Elosie Jardine Kaauamo, Marilyn Alizna Kusunoki, Wallette Garcia Pellegrino, Ernest Robello, Don Snyder (honorary member), Claudia Chun Wallwork and Edwina Wilson-Snyder.

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Nominations for 2009 Hall of Fame can be sent to [email protected] Mark you calendars for the 2009 Ho'olau'ea -- June 27, 2009!

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Dr. Jonathan Lau Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ledward Mr. George K. Lee Ms. Louise Wong Lee Mr. Thomas Lee Louise Wong Lee `54 Leilani's Mr. and Mrs. Chester F.K. Ling Mr. Dennis Louis Mrs. Margaret Louis Ernest Louis Mr. Henry Lum, Jr. Ms. Helen M. Luuwai Mala Ocean Tavern Marmac Ace Hardware Maui Carpet and Drapery Maui Electric Company Maui Land & Pineapple Co. Maui Ocean Center Maui Office Machines Maui Parcel Service Maui Soda & Ice Works, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. John Medeiros Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Medeiros Mr. Leslie Medeiros Mr. Ernest Mendoza Mid Pacific Pest Control Midas Auto Service Mr. Lawrence Miguel Loven Miguel Mirzai/Phan Plastic Surgery Miyake Concrete Accessories, Inc. Mr. Edward Moniz Mr. John Moniz Audrey Ann Moniz, '55 Mr. Marvin Moniz Mr. Dwight Nacua NCL America, Inc. Nick's Fishmarket Maui Mr. Brian Nobriga Mr. Robert Nobriga Old Lahaina Luau Ms. Mary B. Oliveira Mr. Gilbert T. Pacheco Pacific Pile and Crane Pacific Whale Foundation Mrs. Wallette Pellegrino Thelma Tavares Carvalho, `58 Mrs. Sonya Phillips Mr. Calvin Pico Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pico, Sr. Piiholo Ranch Pacific `O Restaurant Mr. Daniel Pires Mr. and Mrs. William W. Porras Mr. and Mrs. Mike Poulter Ms. Theobelle C. Prewitt Gay Gammie Ms. Rosemarie Protacio Edward S. Medeiros Pukalani Plant Company Mr. Bradley J. Punu PWC Hawaii Corp. Quality Craft Builders Ms. Kathy Raikes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rickard Mr. and Mrs. Robert Redeker Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Rezentes Mr. James R. Robello Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rodrigues-- Janet Rodrigues Mr. and Mrs. John Romias Dr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Rowe Ruby's Diner Ruth Chris Steak House Mr. and Mrs. Abel Sagon Michael and Margie Santos Mr. James R. Robello Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rodrigues Janet Rodrigues

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BJ's Chicago Pizzeria Betsy Brandt Sr. Miriam Cabacungan, OSF Felisa Constantino Ms. Arlene Canales Maj. and Mrs. Claro R. Capili, USAR RET Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chee Mr. and Mrs. Antone DeLuiz, Jr Dennis DeLuiz Ms. Sherrilee Dodson Central Pacific Bank Ms. Bernadette Davidson Mrs. Mary Drayer Alma Anton Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Estrella Mr. Robert H. Evans Ms. Debra Silva M. Faborito Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Feiteira Ms. Anne Marie Feiteira-Watanabe Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ferreira Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ferreira Mr. John Fitzpatrick Ms. Cecelia Fraser Myrna H. Fung Mrs Elsie Furtado Ms. Lisa Giamoyris Ms. Kay Green Regina Guillermo Ms. Wendy Gusman Ms. Christine F. Hamada Sado Hamada Hanada and Sons Hi-Tech Surf Sports Ms. Jo-Ann Hoopii Horses R Us Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Inamasu, Sr. Yukiyo Tokunaga Iwatake Mr. Edwin K. Muroki Mrs. Monica Nakahashi- honor of Christopher, Christy, Duane & Monica and Kimberly NOH Foods of Hawaii Ms. Sharon Norrod Mrs. Jane Ornellas-Marshall Eleanor Watanabe Ms. Irene DeGama Otto Ms. Evelyn S. Pacheco Ms. Marjorie Pacheco Paradise Sandal Company Pioneer Hi-Bred Reps Training Center Mr. Stanley E. Rodrigues Leroy Kosaka Sam Sato's, Inc. Mr. G. Jason Santos Mr. and Mrs. John T. Sardinha Shapers Mrs. Katherine R. Silva Chizue M. Smith Ms. Carol Wilson Sniffen Joan Wilson Ms. Sherrie Stinger Mr.and Mrs. Robert Suehiro Ms. Beth M. Sukimoto Henry Morello Surf Truck Rentals Mr. and Mrs. John E. Tam Ms. Charmaine Tavares Mr. and Mrs. Linus Tavares Mr. Charles Taylor Millie MacMichael Ms. Lisa Tintiangco Mr. and Mrs. Hiroshi Tokunaga Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Tom Mr. and Mrs. John A.H. Tomoso Mr. Alfred Ulat Ms. Stephanie B. Viela Mr. Anthony Vierra Mr. Andrew Von Sonn Wailuku Tire Center, LLC Ms. Joan Watson Sr. Modesta Wendy's Hair Designs Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Williams `Io Restaurant Zippy's

The Harry C. and Nee Chang Wong Foundation gift St. Anthony with $100,000 technology grant

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he Harry C. and Nee Chang Wong Foundation continue their support of St. Anthony's technology by donating another $100,000 to the school. Over the past nine years the Foundation has gifted the school with close to a $1,000,000 for technology hardware and software. Harry Wong, a 1921 graduate of St. Anthony, went on to become a Honolulu businessman and an executive of Aloha Airlines. In 1967, he and his wife, Nee Chang created the Harry C. and Nee Chang Wong Foundation which is dedicated to enriching the lives of both high school and college students. Although he Harry C. and Nee Chang Wong passed away in 1990, Harry and Nee Chang Wong have provided for the continuing enrichment of students' academic lives. Upon Nee Chang's death she gifted St. Anthony Junior Senior High an unrestricted gift of $25,000, a portion of which was used to renovate the Alumni Center at the school. Recently, Harry's brother, Anthony L.W. Wong, visited the St. Anthony campus. Anthony is a 1931 graduate of St. Anthony Boys School. On his visit he walked the halls with his wife, daughter, and son-in-law. Harry and Anthony are the children of Wong Chee (1860-1921) and Chun Far Lum (1882-1966). Wong Chee, born in China, was a tailor who ran a dry goods store in Wailuku. An intelligent tailor he kept patterns of his regular customers. Wong Chee married Chun Far Lum in 1901. Mrs. Wong learned to sew and was a big help in the tailoring business. When Mr. Wong died at the age of 60, the youngest son was still an infant of 6 months. Mrs. Wong was left with a family of eight boys and three daughters. She continued the tailoring business using the patterns that Mr. Wong had kept of his regulars. With the assistance of elder sons Daniel and Harry, the family was able to carry on; and all eleven children attended St. Anthony Schools. After Anthony's visit in August, he sent a letter to Mrs. Patricia Rickard, Vice Principal and he writes, "Although there have been many changes, returning to St. Anthony's after all these years brought back many memories. It has now been more than seventy-seven years since I graduated. My children are duly impressed when I tell them that I walked two miles to school without shoes or flip-flops and that I polished shoes on weekends to pay my tuition." At Anthony L.W. Wong with his granddaughters the time, St. Anthony didn't have 12th grade so Anthony Allison and Erika Moore, Honolulu, Hawaii August 6, 2008 attended St. Louis School in Honolulu and graduated in 1934. He started his career with Hawaiian Electric Company 1936-1940. In 1940 he enlisted in the Hawaii National Guard. Anthony Wong writes, "The December 7, 1941, bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese plunged the United States into World War II. It also capitulated me into a career that spanned the globe for four decades...England, France, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Laos, Vietnam, Washington DC and finally Egypt." He retired in mid-1980. We thank Anthony L.W. Wong for his service to the United States and for his continued support of St. Anthony Junior Senior High School over the years.

Mr. and Mrs. John Romias Dr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Rowe Ruby's Diner Ruth Chris Steak House Mr. and Mrs. Abel Sagon Michael and Margie Santos Mr. Tim J. Sason Mr. John Sentinella, Jr Sentinella Mr. Charles R. Shaw Dr. Brady Shirota Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Silva SGM and Mrs. Robert N. Silva Edison Balidory & Audrey Rezents Mr. Mark R. Simonds Mr. and Mrs. Ray Skelton Mr. and Mrs. William Soares, Jr. Stan's Engine Repair Stella Blues Café Stopwatch Sportsbar Mr. and Mrs. Miles Takabayashi Mrs. Betty T. Takamiya Ms. Remy Takiguchi Mr. Anthony Takitani Mr. Robert Tanaka Terminix Mr. Eugene P. Texeira Mr. Norman Texeira Ms. Tara Thomas Ms. Ululani Thomas Buddy Ah Sam, `51 Mrs. Gilberta C. Tokerud Gilbert & Margaret Canha Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Tokunaga Mr.and Mrs. Charles Y. Tokunaga Ms. Charlotte H. Tokunaga Tokyo Tei Tommy Bahama Mr. Haruichi Uchida Valley Isle Produce Mr. and Mrs. Philbert Vierra Wailea Golf Club Wailea Old Blue Warren and Annabelles Mrs. Beverly Warzecha Ms. Mary Frances M. Watanabe Waterfront Restaurant Ms. Candis M. Wilkinson Williams and Associates Ms. Susan N. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. James C.A Wong Mr. Mun King Wong Ms. Williette Leong Wong Mr. Wilson K.S. Wong Ms. Jeanette Wong-Yaguchi Ernest Akina, `57, Malia Kahalekai & Mrs. Gonsalves Ms. Andrea Woods Mrs. Stella Yamamoto Muneo Kenka Yamamoto Mrs. Judith Yamanoue Mr. Lawrence Y. Yanagi Mr. Donald Yoshihara Mr. Clarence Yoshimura Ms. Marian Yoshioka Ms. Audrey F. Zane

`Ohana Donors $1-$99 Mr. Anthony Ah Choy Dr. Herman Aizawa Ms. Sue Lynn Akuna Grant Mr. and Mrs. Lino Alueta Ms. Constance Arzaga Mr. and Mrs. Barcheski Mr. James Barclay Mr. Garrett Baring Mr. Thomas Bediamol Geraldine M. Borge

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Honor R ol l of Donors--Contributions made June 1, 2007­ September 2008

Every effort has been made to include everyone who contributed to the school June 2007 through September 2008. If your name has been inadvertently omitted, please contact Virginia Nary at 808-244-4190 x268 or email: [email protected]

Career Path: James Tavares

(reprinted with permission from Ka'uhane Communications Inc.)

Gold Donors--$1,000 or more A&B Foundation A.P. Sereno Memorial Scholarship Fund Mrs. Carolyn K. Akina Edward &

Beatrice Kam

Valley Isle Road Runners Shane Victorino Mr. Anthony L.W. Wong Ms. Shirleyan Yamasaki Edward &

Beatrice Kam

Bishop Louis Maigret Assembly of the

Fourth Degree of the Knights of Columbus

Blue Donors -- $500-$999

Mr. Raymond Bega Ms. Joan M. Bickson--Class of 1952 Dr. and Mrs. Reginald G. Buesa Mrs. Ruth DePonte Ms. Arlene B. Chun Mr. and Mrs. Ron Dahlquist Bro. Frank Gomes, S.M. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kelsey Lapa`au Billing & Consult. Ms. Eleanor M. Martin Mr. Brad MacArthur Mr. and Mrs. C. Michael McCraney MMC Matching Gifts Program Mr. James Munar Nagamine Photo Studio Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pruett Rotary Club of Maui Mrs. Gwendolyn Robello Arthur J.

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Herb and Ollie Brook Foundation Laura Rowe Burdick Foundation Mr. Robert J. Canha Ms. Ruth Ann DePonte Dowling Community Improvement Foundation Catholic Educational Foundation Cooke Foundation Limited Maile Ford Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duarte First Class Weddings Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fukagawa Ms. Kay Fukunaga Grand Wailea Resort Hotel Harry C. & Nee Chang Wong Foundation Hawaiian Tug and Barge Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Imada Kapalua Land Company Ms. Jamie Jacintho Mrs. Miriam Kahalekai Knights of Columbus Mrs. Hazel Koike Edward and Beatrice Kam Mr. Noah A. Leong Florence A. Leong Marianist Province of the United States Maui Arts and Cultural Center Maui Coast Hotel Maui Economic Concerns Maui Toyota Mr. and Mrs. Michael McGuire Mr. and Mrs. David D. Nobriga Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Oishi Mr. Alvin Ornellas Michael Ornellas Fr. James Orsini Pacific Business Methods Mr. Nicholas Peroff Nicholas "kola" & Aunty Rhoda "Aki" Peroff, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Tony Pruett Mr. and Mrs. David Sandell St. Anthony Parish St. Theresa Parish Mr. Robert Sutherland Mrs. Susanne Ser Takamiya Ernest Akina & Louise Wong Lee Mr. and Mrs. James W. Tavares Mrs. Jean Takaki Tri-Isle Resource Mr. Hilton Unemori Sadako Koda Unemori

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Mr. Adam L. Sagon, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. Soares Mr. and Mrs. Ezequiel Sotelo Standard Furniture Mr. James S. Takamiya The Maui Closet Company Therapeutic Associates of Maui, LLC TS Restaurant Mr. Curtis Wilson-Cost

Trojan Donors -- $100--$499

Mrs. Irene Afflerback Diane Afflerback Baker `66 and Howard E. Afflerback Mr. Patrick Ah Sam Mrs. Lorna Kaiwuwailani M. Akima Mr. Andrew Apo Mr. Stanley S. Arakaki Lien T. Arakaki Mr. and Mrs. George Arakawa Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Arensdorf Atlantis Submarines Mr. and Mrs. James D. Barrientos Mr. Fredrick Bega Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bega Mrs. Fumiko K. Beppu Blue Hawaiian Helicopters Mrs. June Borges Deacon Joseph Borges `46 Mrs. Audrey Napua Brown-Kawaa Campos Auto Body & Towing Mr. John S. Carvalho Albert Carvalho Mr. and Mrs. William Carvalho Mr. Matt Cerizo Mr. Nelson Chung Mr. and Mrs. Rob Corson Ms. Collette W. Dang Mr. Eugene L.K.Y. Dang Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Dang

Mr.Jonathan Davis Mr. John Decker, Jr. Ms. Kathleen DeLima Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duarte The Dunes at Maui Lani Mrs. Joanne Earles Ms. Patricia Eason Wayne Eberly ECHO of Northrup Grumman Mr. Ralph Eckart Mr. and Mrs. Arthur English Eskimo Candy Company Ms. Linda Estrella Expeditions Ms. Lori Chai-Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Field First Hawaiian Bank Ms. Eunice P. Fong Ms. Geraldine Frame Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fujikawa Mr. S. George Fukuoka G.S. Excavation Mr. Justin S. Garcia Gemini Charters Gilberts Formal Wear Mr. and Mrs. Terence S. Gomez Haleakala ATV Tours Haleakala Bike Co. Mr. and Mrs. Kazuichi Hamasaki Ms. Veronica Hankey Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Harders Hardware Lumber of Maui Mr. Chris Hart Hashi Auto Supply Hawaiian Airlines Mr. and Mrs. Terry T. Higa Hyatt Regency Maui Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. Ihara Mr. Lawrence Ing Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Inouye International Skin Care Center Island Honda Jace and Kim Enterprises Jenny Craig Weight Loss--Maui Joe's Simply Delicious Mr. James Judge Ka`anapali Beach Hotel Mrs. Ann Kahalekai-Tam Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kailiehu Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kanuha Mr. Brian Kawakami Ms. Claire Kawamura Ka`anapali Kai Charters Ms. Adrienne Kekaulike KEY Foundation Mrs. Marcella Kimmick Leonard Kimmick Mr. Fred R. Kishaba Fusako Dishaba, 1925-2006 Kiyonaga Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. John Klask- Manuel Duarte, Sr. Rose David and Sr. Mary Margaret & Elizabeth Klask L'amour Bridal Salon Lahaina Grill

grows and sells J ames TavaresGrassmaster Sod grass. On his Farm , a 10-acre lot in Kula Agriculture Park, Tavares tends to Seashore Paspalum, St. Augustine, El Toro, and Emerald Zoysia, humble grasses that provide lofty spaces around stores, resorts, and luxury homes. Sod farming as a career is a lot of hard work, and, truth is, Tavares James Tavares at Grassmaster Sod Farm in Kula Ag holds a Bachelor of Science in General Park on Maui -- photo by Steve Brinkman Agriculture and a Masters in Horticulture from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He doesn't have to turn turf. He has worked as a researcher in nitrogen fixation and as a cooperative extension agent for CTAHR. But his academic specialization, turf science, got him hooked early on, and he is passionate about seeing things grow. Around 1996, Tavares replaced the office with the land where he was born and raised. "I love being my own boss", he says. "I love being outdoors, and seeing how what I plant is something that someone else can use and find beautiful. I am not rich, but I am raising a family, on Maui. I am happy. Farming is a way of life for me." Tavares is successful . He has loyal clients. The key? To keep the quality of this product high. The second key? Quality takes education. "A farmer needs a least some general agricultural classes, say in entomology or soil science. Business classes are also beneficial. These allow you to recognize problems when they are happening and put you ahead of the game." When all is said and done, Tavares grows far more than sod. He harvests a glimpse of the future, a deep pride when he is driving around and his kids ask, "Daddy, did you grow that grass?"

Aloha to a St. Anthony Legend... Lake--kumu Hula J ohn Keolanmaka'ainanakalahuiokalanikamehameha'ekolu & Hospital of cancerof Halau Mele passed away on May 14, 2008 at Straub Clinic to the larynx. He was 70 years old. He was a 32-year educator at St. Louis High School and spiritual guide to Hawaiian Canoe Club of Kahului. John graduated from St. Anthony in 1955 and went on to the University of San Francisco and earned a master's degree in linguistics form the University of Valencia in Spain. After returning to Hawaii he founded the St. Louis School Hawaiian studies program, taught Hawaiian language at Chaminade University and instructed at Kapilolani and Windward community colleges. He was named to the St. Anthony Junior Senior Hall of Fame for his community service in 2000. His wide-ranging community service involved service Office of Hawaiian Affairs grants evaluator, National Park Service advisory council to Pu'u Kohola heiau on Hawaii island, a member of the State Foundation on Culture and Arts, Kahoolawe Island Reserve Commission, protocol adviser to the Bishop Museum, State Council on Hawaiian Heritage and Hawaii Alliance for Art Education, and a director of the Natural History Association. Art Fillazar `69, recalled "Uncle John" presented the song "O Kau Aloha" as a gift in tribute to Lahainaluna's 1992 David Malo Program. "Uncle John" and his na alaka'i were instrumental in those years serving as guest na kumu for the program. The song is now a part of the school's repertoire of school songs and has a special place along with their Alma Mater, written and sung in Hawaiian, and Yonder Lahaina Mountains.

[email protected] Visit our website at: www.sasmaui.org ST. ANTHONY JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

In Hawaiian:

O kou aloha ka ikena aku I ka hana la lo A pono e haeleolu i loko o ke wa. Hele aku ai kupono Ho'oheno mau ke la ` Ikela maula makou e.

In English:

Your love is great for all the things gone by It's time to move on softly And it's only time. As we move forward we will cherish What we know will always continue and we'll be there.

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ST. ANTHONY CLASS NEWS UPDATES

1987 Class

Our aim with this project is to recognize our veterans in a distinctive way and to acknowledge them as the heroes they are. We hope you will join us in recognizing the tremendous service they have provided to our local community and country. If you have a family member who served in the military and attended SAS, please send a picture, biography, branch of service and class info to [email protected]

Reunite with your class, log on to www.sas87.blogspot.com Thank you Anthony Jones for helping to bring your class together. He put the blog together in an effort to focus on rebuilding the class connections with an eye towards a successful 25th reunion in 2012. Anthony's email: anthonyyahj2yahoo.com

Do you know a St. Anthony Graduate that is not receiving the Sine qua non? Please ask them to send us updated mailing and email address information to [email protected] We are in the process of updating information in our database and are finding many addresses are incorrect. PLEASE HELP US!

The Flyin' Hawaiian of the Philadelphia Phillies continues on with great success in the MLB...for information and updates on Shane Victorino, Class of 1999, log on to his Home Website shanevictorino.iplayedthegame.com

SAS Honor Roll and Memorial

FALLEN

Robert Andrade, '55, Vietnam Benedicto P. Bayron, '52, Vietnam Henry Bissen, '39. Army, WWII Robert Cardoza, '50, Army, Korea Howard Kaiuwailani, '49, Korea Anthony T. Kahoohanohano, '49, Army, Korea Walter Lau Hee, `39, Korea Sgt. Edward K. Paresa, Korea/WWII/Vietnam John L. Robinson, `4, Korea Fausto Sagadraca, '49, Korea James Soriano, 66, Vietnam Casimiro Villon, '65, Vietnam DECORATED

Francis Alvin Abreu, '46 Army, Vietnam Harry V. Daniels, Jr. `52, Army Ret.Col. Vietnam Arthur A. DeRego, '44, Army, WWII Thomas Duarte, '59, Army, Vietnam Martin Duponte, '60, USAF, Vietnam Philip Haake, USMC Richard Haake, '57, Army, Vietnam Kazuichi Hamaski, Army Lt. Col. James M. Hirotsu, '55, Army, Vietnam Henry Ibarra, '48, Korea Anthony T. Kahoohanohano, '49, Army, Korea Ernest J. Kahoohanohano, '42, Army, European Theater Joseph James Kahoohanohano, '42, European Theater Yoshikazu Jerry Nakamura, '46, Army, Korea Robert N. Nobuichi Kimura, '43, Army, WWII

Albert Wences Laus Porras, ,49, Army (ret.), Korea Stanley Rodriques, Sr., '48, Korea Wilfred Vares, `46, Amry, Korean War Lawrence Borges, '48, Army, Korea Eddie Boteilho, '48, Army, Korea Joe Bulgo, Army Edward C. Bringuel, '37, Army, WWII Richard Patrick Bringuel, '47 Army, Korea William P. Bringuel, '46, Army, WWII Frank Cabral, `79, USAF Patrick Cabrido, '53, USMC, Vietnam Felix Camacho, '48, USAF, Korea Ronald Wayne Carbonell, '57, USAF Sylvia Jane Carbonell, '55, Army John Silva Carvalho, '46, Air Force, WWII/ Korea/Vietnam Peter J. Chang, '49, Korea Alvin Chee, '47, Army, Korea Gilbert Chin, '45. Army Charles Clayton, '88, Navy Joe Cooper, '55, USAF Robert L. Cordeiro, Army, WWII Roland John Cordeiro, '57, USAF Col. Greg Correa (ret.), '67, Army Robert Correa, `49 Donald Crabtree, '96, USAF Ronald Crabtree, '92, USAF Alfred Cravalho, Army Oliver Cummings, '49, Army Kim Yu Dang, '46, Army Col. Harry Daniels (ret.), '52, Army Ronnie Daniels, '55, USAF Dennis V. DeLuiz, `61, Navy, Vietnam Joseph DeRego, '49, Army Neal deRego, '55, Army Placido Domingo, '49, USAF­ ret, Staff Sgt., Korea Anthony Duarte, '46, Army Ralph Eckart, '49, Army Suichi Emoto, '55, Army Anthony Facuri, '51, USMC, Korea/Vietnam Florindo Felipe, '55, USAF Joseph Felipe, '55, Army John R. Fernandez (ret.), '55, Army Jacob A. Ferreira, '52, Army, Korea Robert S. Fevella, '51. US Coast Guard Edwin Franco, '48, Army Augustine Fuentas, '51. Army Richard Galarita, '55, Army Norman Clyde Garcia, `56, USAF Yvonne Garcia, '55, Army Melvin Gen, Army Leonard Joseph Gomes, `45, Army, WWII James Gushiken, '55, Army Hiram Haupu, '70, USAF, Vietnam Chris Horner, '89, Army Dan Takeo Inouye, '48, Army, Korea Joan Bermudez Iverson, '57, USAF Nurse Corp Benjamin Joseph Kaiwailani, Jr., Army Alan Burdick Kaiwailani, `56, Air Force Mary Ann Kamaka, '55, Army Leonard Kimmick, Jr. '44, WWII Paul Akira Koike, '56, Army James Kong, `55, Army Joseph Kong, '48, Army Leroy Kosaka, '48, Army, Korea Francis Kuluiwa, '55, USAF Robert Lee, '55, Army Robert Leong, '55, Army Robert Leong, '49, Army Noah Ah Sing Leong, '38, Army Eugne Macadang, '52, Army Barbara Sequeira Mahau, Army Kenneth Martin, '55, Army Vitus Matsumura, '55, Army Antone Medeiros, '55, Army James N. Medeiros, `47, USAF, Korea Lawrence F. Medeiros '67, USAF, Vietnam Lawrence F. Medeiros, '43, WWII Eddie Medeiros, '48, Army, WWII Mary Jane Medeiros, `57, USAF Peggy Ann Medeiros, `56 USAF MSgt. John Merrill, '85, USAF, Gulf War Manuel Moniz, '49, Army David Murray, '46, Army Don Muroki, '55, Army Cpt. James Nakagawa, '51, USAF, Vietnam Lt. Col. Herbert Nakagawa (ret.), 59, USAF, Vietnam Edna Nakoa, '55, Army David "Buddy" Nobriga, '46, Army, WWII David Nobriga, '49, Army Lawrence R. Oliveira (ret.), '63, Army, Vietnam Alvin U. Ornellas, '32, Army, WWII Walter L. Ornellas, '44, Army, WWII William D.Pacheco, Sr., Iraq Conrad Vares Palafox, '55, Army Harold Kaleiolani Paiva, '67, Army, Vietnam Billy Paney, '96, USMC Gerald Perreira, '55, Army Thomas Perry, '57, Army, Vietnam William Perry, '91, Navy Harold Pestana, '48, Army Patrick Henry Phillips, `57, USN, Vietnam Alvin Philip Puliatch, '49, Army, WWII Edward Purdy, '89, Navy, Persian Gulf/Iraq Ned Purdy, Jr., '86, Army, Desert Storm Patricia Rapoza, '55, Army Robert K. Rapoza, `61, Army/National Guard Albert Rego, '49, Army Audrey Rezents, '55, Army Joseph Rodrigues, `49, Army, Korea/Vietnam John Romias, Jr. '53, Army Gary Romias, '70, Vietnam George Romias, '65, USAF, Vietnam James Romias, '58 Army Paul Romias, `58 Robert Rapoza, '61, Vietnam Alfredo Saladino, '52, USMC, Vietnam Artolo Saladino, '51, Army, Vietnam Joseph Santos, '54, Army, Korea Paul Sequeira, '49, Army Anthony Sereno, '46, Army Howard Herman Shim `55, Army, Vietnam Edwin T. Silva. '46, Army Rita C. Silva, USAF, Korea SGM Robert N. Silva (ret.), '55, Army, Vietnam William Silva, '48, Army, Korea Benny Simon, '48, Army, Korea Chizue M. Smith, `46 Adam Schnitzer, '92, Navy Alvin Soares, '46, WWII Manuel J. Soares, Army, WWI Joseph Souza, US Coast Guard Daniel Tabisula, '72, USAF, Vietnam Durwin Tabisula, '86, Army George Tam, '48, Army Patrick D. Texeira, `55, Army Kenneth Tokunaga, '57, USAF Harry Haruichi Uchida, `45, Army, WWII Edward Vares, `88, Army Reserve, Iraq Florian Vierra, '55, Army Royal Vida, '48, Army, Korea Major Chris Walls '85, Desert Storm Brandon Walsh, '99, Army, Iraq Joseph G. Williams, `47, Army, WWII Scott Williams, '01, Army, Iraq Thomas Williams, '03 82nd Airborne Anthony L.W. Wong, `31, National Guard Francis Wong, '48, Army, Korea James WY Wong, '41, WWII Norman Yagi, '55, Army Gordon Yen, '55, USAF Francis Yuhara, '55, Army Audrey F.Y. Zane, '50, Army/ANC Lawrence F.H. Zane, '49, Army (ret.) Lorna F.K. Zane, '50, Army/ANC

Randell Ordonez a 1976 grad is currently living in Arlington, WA. His son and daughter are both in high school and they are both athletes. His son will be graduating this year and his daughter, a junior is also listed in Who's Who. Here's a current pic of Randell...

VETERANS & ACTIVE SERVICE

Mark Acopan, '91, Navy, Desert Storm Louis Abreu, '46, Army James Ah Sam, `51 Army George S. Arakawa, `49, Army, Korean War Allan Bal,'85, Iraq Mitchell Batin, `91, Mechanic-Electronics, Navy Robert Bernardo Aganos, '56, USAF, Vietnam Conrado Agcolico, '55, Army Gordon Akina, '55, Army SSgt. Henry M.K. Alau, '86, USAF Roland Alo, '46, Army Lyons Akina, '53, USMC Wells Lumahehei Akina, USAF, Berlin Airlift/ Vietnam Anna Marie Alapai, `55, Army Maj. Henry D.K. Alau (ret.), '60, USAF Brian D. Amano, '77, Army Reserve, Iraq Edwin Among, '50 Bernard Amoral, '49, Korea Stanley S. Arakaki, '54, Army (ret.), Vietnam Edison Balidoy, '55 Army Alan Bal, '85, Army Emil Balthzar, USAF James Barrientos, '55, Army Patricia Patao Baum, '58, USAF Augustine Bayron, '55, Army Martin P. Bayron, '58. USMC Frederick Bega, '48, USAF, Korea Eugene Leroy Benevides, '58, USAF, WWII Bryant Binkiewicz, '65, USAF, Vietnam Kenneth Louis Bissen, '43, USAF, Korea/Vietnam Richard Bissen, `49, Army, Korea Joseph Borges, '46, Army, WWII

St. Anthony's All-State Reunion sponsored by the Class of 1952 was held in Las Vegas August 5-7, 2008. 21 members of the class of `52 attended and they were joined by 70 others. They all celebrated 8/8/08 at a buffet at the Hotel California. They enjoyed an authentic Hawaiian program by Madeline Tavares Yamada `52 and her troupe. On August 9 the group attended Mass at St. Joan of Arc remembering those who traveled and deceased alumni. Norman Texeira `53 traveled the farthest coming from Osh Kosh, Wisconsin. An auction netted $700 which was gifted to St. Anthony's Band to buy chimes for the concert band. Everyone had so much fun they are planning another gathering in November 2009...look for more info in future issues of the Sin Qua Non.

CONGRATULATIONS!!......Luana Castroverde Pang-Ching `54 and Ronald Carvalho `53 were married on 8/8/08 in Las Vegas during the All State Reunion. Joan Bickson `52 was Maid of Honor and Gordon Carvalho `58 was Best Man. Congratulations Luana and Ronald!

Consuela Torrecer, class of 1956 celebrated her 50th anniversary as a Maryknoll Sister on May 18, 2008. She was born in Puunene and was taught by Maryknoll sisters while attending St. Anthony. She entered the Maryknoll novitiate in Valley Park, Missouri in December 1958. After making her profession in August 1961 she went to the newly professed group to the motherhouse, now called the Maryknoll Sisters Center, outside of Ossining, in Maryknoll, NY. She has served in Asia, the Philippines, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Bolivia, Guatemala and Honolulu. Thank you Sister Consuela Torrecer for your service!

Are you planning a class reunion? Send info to [email protected] for publication in the next issue...

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