Hospice leader honored

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Brenda S. Ho, Hospice of Hilo CEO, fourth from left, recently received the Hawaii Community Foundation’s Hookele Award, which honors nonprofit leaders for their selfless commitment to their community. Sharing the aloha are, from left, Kevin Chang of Kua‘aina ‘Ulu ‘Auamo, Micah Kane, Hawaii Community Foundation CEO and president, Pauline M. Sato of the Malama Learning Center, Kelvin Taketa, Hawaii Community Foundation senior fellow, and Heather Lusk of Community Health Outreach Work Project, Hawaii.

Brenda S. Ho, Hospice of Hilo CEO, fourth from left, recently received the Hawaii Community Foundation’s Hookele Award, which honors nonprofit leaders for their selfless commitment to their community. Sharing the aloha are, from left, Kevin Chang of Kua‘aina ‘Ulu ‘Auamo, Micah Kane, Hawaii Community Foundation CEO and president, Pauline M. Sato of the Malama Learning Center, Kelvin Taketa, Hawaii Community Foundation senior fellow, and Heather Lusk of Community Health Outreach Work Project, Hawaii.

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Hospice leader honored

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Brenda S. Ho, Hospice of Hilo CEO, fourth from left, recently received the Hawaii Community Foundation’s Hookele Award, which honors nonprofit leaders for their selfless commitment to their community. Sharing the aloha are, from left, Kevin Chang of Kua‘aina ‘Ulu ‘Auamo, Micah Kane, Hawaii Community Foundation CEO and president, Pauline M. Sato of the Malama Learning Center, Kelvin Taketa, Hawaii Community Foundation senior fellow, and Heather Lusk of Community Health Outreach Work Project, Hawaii.

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