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Hibiscus Drive landlord Lois Cain was quirky, caring

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                                Lois Kiehl Cain

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    Lois Kiehl Cain

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                                Above, Lois Kiehl Cain with her friend James Dixon in more recent years.

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    Above, Lois Kiehl Cain with her friend James Dixon in more recent years.

  • STAR-ADVERTISER / 1975
                                Lois Kiehl danced at an event for St. Andrew’s Priory School’s Latin Club in 1975. The event, which also included Mayor Frank Fasi wearing a toga, was part of the club’s Mock Roman Circus in observance of Latin Week.

    STAR-ADVERTISER / 1975

    Lois Kiehl danced at an event for St. Andrew’s Priory School’s Latin Club in 1975. The event, which also included Mayor Frank Fasi wearing a toga, was part of the club’s Mock Roman Circus in observance of Latin Week.

Lois Kiehl Cain was a quirky former belly-dancing University of Hawaii librarian who had a soft spot for taking in strangers to her home on Hibiscus Drive where they lived rent free, including defecting Russian fishermen, a family escaping Asia’s economic downturn and the man suspected of killing her and two Honolulu police officers on Sunday. Read more

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