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Celebrations: Weddings and Anniversaries

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    Noelani Munoz-Hangca and Liberty Luke Barros were wed on March 16 at Keehi Lagoon Memorial Park.
  • COURTESY CARDENAS
    Jun Cardenas and the former Gloria Santiago Cardenas are celebrating their 31st anniversary this year.
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NOELANI MUNOZ-HANGCA & LIBERTY LUKE BARROS

Noelani Munoz-Hangca and Liberty Luke Barros were wed on March 16 at Keehi Lagoon Memorial Park. The ceremony was officiated by Scott Sunaoka.

The bride is the daughter of Pat Hangca and Daniel Munoz. The groom is the son of Robert and Aileen Barros.

They live in Seattle.

CHRISTINA MIRA KIM & MICHAEL NORMAN PETERS

Christina Mira Kim and Michael Norman Peters were married April 4 on the North Shore, in a ceremony officiated by Richard Alvin Richman.

The bride, daughter of Janet Kim of Irvine, Calif., has a degree in psychology from the University of California, Irvine, and is a property manager at California Commercial Real Estate Services.

The groom, son of Norm and Ruth Peters of Auburn, Maine, has a degree in business management from the University of Southern Maine and works as a footwear product developer for Fox Head Inc.

They live in Tustin, Calif.

JUN AND GLORIA CARDENAS

 Jun Cardenas and the former Gloria Santiago Cardenas were mar­ried on July 4, 1983, in Malabon City, Philippines, but were separated except for short visits when Jun moved to Hawaii to work.

They were reunited in 2008 and cele­brated their 25th wedding anniversary with a renewal ceremony at St. Anthony Parish Church in Kalihi.

They are celebrating their 31st anniversary this year. The Cardenases have four sons — Kris, Charles, Mark and John — and one grandchild, Charles Nathaniel Ernacio Cardenas. They live in Pearl City.

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