“Whether we are thousands of miles away or sitting side by side, adventure awaits at every corner. I challenge you to go find it.”
“We have made it to the final act of the movie we all starred in called: The Punahou Experience.”
“While you’re out there taking the world by storm, I have one request, with all that we have been given, do the unexpected.”
“From my vantage point atop Rocky Hill, I realize it’s what I can’t see that truly defines our class.”
For 21 years, Barb Young ’67 Morgan worked at Punahou, serving as senior director of legacy planning in her final role. Most recently, she helped lead her 50th Reunion committee. Always and still a cheerleader, Morgan epitomizes the spirit of Punahou.
The Emeritus Imu Gang’s 20 members are known by their numbers, not their names. #6 is Cully Judd ’63; #7 Peter Lee ’63; #10 Mike Moss ’72; #11 Stan Duncan ’73 and #12 Randy Kam ’76.
As a longtime Punahou Bulletin Class Correspondent and Punahou Alumni Association volunteer, Larry Langley ’68 is a connector.
In addition to Lynn Kimura ’81 Kunishige’s Academy math teaching position, she also manages the Mālama Bridge Program, and is integral to the senior class.
Bruce and Lita Thompson ’68 Blankenfeld are the dynamic duo who for more than 40 years has been teaching, mentoring and learning on behalf of the Polynesian Voyaging Society.
As president and CEO of Grove Farm for 20 years, David Pratt ’53 helped the company – and the island – transition away from sugar.
Ethan Abbott ’72 coined the phrase “Punahou – Kindergarten through Life” to describe an alumnus’ ongoing connection to the School even beyond graduation.
Kazumi Ogawa ’86 has worked for the United Nations since 1994 in Yugoslavia, Central African Republic, Haiti and Democratic Republic of Congo.