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Sadrian Chee

“Brother Sage” draws on his own experiences to bring hope and sustenance to Hawaii’s homeless

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 09, 2011

~~<p>The Rev. Sadrian &quot;Brother Sage&quot; Chee has endured more loss than most 50-year-old men should have experienced at this phase of their lives. He's pastor of the nondenominational Christian church Uhane Hemolele Piikea in Hauula, taking over the congregation from his father, who died last year.</p>
<p>First married when he was young, he lost his wife in 1980 and his daughter in 2003, both to car accidents. And yet it is relieving the persistent loss others experience, especially homelessness, that has become his life's work.</p>
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The Rev. Sadrian "Brother Sage" Chee has endured more loss than most 50-year-old men should have experienced at this phase of their lives. He's pastor of the nondenominational Christian church Uhane Hemolele Piikea in Hauula, taking over the congregation from his father, who died last year.

First married when he was young, he lost his wife in 1980 and his daughter in 2003, both to car accidents. And yet it is relieving the persistent loss others experience, especially homelessness, that has become his life's work. Login for more...



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