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Wilma Nakamura ’69 is the founder and executive director of SharingAloha Maui, a nonprofit organization that champions sustainable practices.
Elvis Kawahara ’69 helped producer Fauna Hodel publish her autobiography, One Day She’ll Darken. It was sold to the cable channel TNT as a six-part mini-series renamed I Am the Night. 
James “Jim” Silkensen ’67 was chosen to be the grand marshal of the 2018 Memorial Day Parade and Memorial Day Ceremony held in Cranford, N.J.
Richard LeBlond ’63 is a retired biologist who found his calling to be a writer.
Gary Hill ’63 is a U.S. Navy veteran and former aviator who served alongside the late Sen. John McCain.
Judy Mason ’60 was involved in a serious car accident. After weeks of hospitalization and intensive care, she made a steady recovery.
Will Loveall ’58, OD ’66 is enjoying fishing and a relaxing retirement. He owned and ran an optometry practice in Columbia Falls, Mont., for 37 years.
The games are an international multi-sports event for young athletes with physical disabilities.
When Luis Cisneros MAT ‘13 was a child, he worked with his family members in the fields and ditches around Nyssa, Ore., on the Idaho border. Now he’s overseeing other young people as dean of students at Nyssa Elementary School. 
Dr. Natalie (Stewart) Kiefer PT '16 recently received the first-ever Early-Professional Scholarship from the American Physical Therapy Association’s – Section on Women’s Health.

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