Monday, September 13, 1999

Taking Notice

Grants and donations

The Hearst Foundation Inc. has donated $50,000 to Chaminade University of Honolulu to establish the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund.

Honors earned

Angela Ibanez-Zangerie, an intelligence specialist and resource manager at Camp H.M. Smith, U.S. Pacific Command, has been recognized by the Government Employees Insurance Co. (GEICO) for her achievements in promoting traffic safety and accident prevention for the public. She was awarded $2,500 and a trip to Washington for two.

Newly appointed

Dr. Roy Tadami Nakayama of Honolulu has been named to the residency review committee for obstetrics and gynecology of the American College of Graduate Medical Education. He is on the staffs of Kapiolani Children's Medical Center, the Queen's Medical Center, and Pali Momi Medical Center. Nakayama is also chairman of the OB/GYN Department at the University of Hawaii.

Robin A. Hirano, formerly of San Francisco, has joined the local firm of SSFM Engineers Inc. as project engineer. He primarily will manage the planning and design of water and wastewater projects.

George Kaya, a Maui civil engineer active in government, has been named resident manager for SSFM's new office on Maui.

Hugh Ono of Hugh Y. Ono Engineering Management joins the company to head its Big Island operations.

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