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Chiye Takitani makes her mark as a longtime Queen’s Medical Center volunteer

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                                Chiye Takitani, 89, was selected as this year’s recipient of The Queen’s Medical Center Ho‘omau Award for longevity of service.

    JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Chiye Takitani, 89, was selected as this year’s recipient of The Queen’s Medical Center Ho‘omau Award for longevity of service.

  • COURTESY QUEEN’S MEDICAL CENTER
                                Chiye Takitani, seated, celebrates her award with Sharlene Tsuda, vice president of Queen’s Community Development, left; Julie Aoyagi, Volunteer Services; niece Laura Miyashiro; sister Machiko “Machi” Tsuruya; April Light, manager of Volunteer Services; and Janine Takabayashi, Volunteer Services.

    COURTESY QUEEN’S MEDICAL CENTER

    Chiye Takitani, seated, celebrates her award with Sharlene Tsuda, vice president of Queen’s Community Development, left; Julie Aoyagi, Volunteer Services; niece Laura Miyashiro; sister Machiko “Machi” Tsuruya; April Light, manager of Volunteer Services; and Janine Takabayashi, Volunteer Services.

When Chiye Takitani, 89, was selected as this year’s recipient of The Queen’s Medical Center Ho‘omau Award for longevity of service, her first reaction was that there was probably someone else more deserving. Read more

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