Generations Magazine calls upon Hawai‘i’s experts — from financial advisors to professional chefs — to produce an informative and meaningful publication for our local seniors and their families. Mahalo for their contributions.
MILLIE CHUN,a retired teacher and past recipient of Aiea High School HSTA Central District Teacher of the Year. Co-founded and advised the Aiea Leo Club and was awarded the state’s “Outstanding Volunteer Youth Organization.” She was selected to participate in a DOE-Business partnership, “Business Encouraging Superior Teachers.” Chun served as president of HBDA’s Pearlridge Dance hapter, and active member of the Pearl City Community Church who organized he Inspirational Sharing Ministry.
LYNN FORNEY is currently the volunteer leader at Art on the Zoo Fence. She enjoys he art and meeting visitors from all over the world. She grew up in Hawaii as a military dependent, met husband Paul (an artist known for his artwork as Boneyard Reef) at Sandy Beach while in high school. They lived in Texas before returning to Hawaii in 2004. They have 2 sons, Adam & Daniel, and a grandson named Gavin.
REIKO LEWIS, principal of award-winning Ventus Design, brings two decades of experience in Universal Design, hospitality, residential and spa design. Blending artistry with her detail-oriented approach, Lewis has built a reputation in Hawai‘i and abroad.
GERRY SILVA was appointed state president of AARP Hawai‘i in January 2013. He is AARP’s lead volunteer and spokesperson of You’ve Earned a Say, and in the past year has spoken at 40 community events, meeting hundreds of members and residents across the state. Silva is a retired Army colonel who served for more than a decade as chief of staff of the Hawai‘i Army National Guard.
JEFFREY SISEMOORE, JD is Director of Planned Giving and Major Gifts for the National Kidney Foundation of Hawai‘i (NKFH). Jeff brings a legal and financial background to NKFH and is devoted to helping people who wish to support the mission of NKFH by showing them how their charitable desires can be achieved while benefiting themselves and their families. Jeff is available for consultation at 589-5976. Register for a free eNewsletter and check out the wealth of information at www.kidneyhawaii.org.
Also, a continuing mahalo to our everpresent contributing partners (in alphabetical order):
TIFFANY M. BROWNE | TERI BRUESEHOFF | DIANE CADINHA | DR. RITABELLE FERNANDES |SHERRY GOYA | JEANNETTE KOIJANE | KIRK MATTHEWS | CHEF MICHI | JULIE MOON | JEFFREY SISEMOORE | FRANK B. SHANER | SCOTT SPALLINA | JANE YAMAMOTO-BURGISAY | MICHAEL W. K. YEE | STEPHEN B. YIM