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Rearview: Stepping up to help others brings with it many rewards

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                                Dean Kaneshiro led the Pau Hana Pumpers from 1996 to 2019. The group’s motto was “Older-Wiser-Stronger.”

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    Dean Kaneshiro led the Pau Hana Pumpers from 1996 to 2019. The group’s motto was “Older-Wiser-Stronger.”

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                                Renee Chung donated bone marrow to Buck Lane of Tennessee 28 years ago. She’s one of over 460 islanders whose donations have saved lives worldwide.

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    Renee Chung donated bone marrow to Buck Lane of Tennessee 28 years ago. She’s one of over 460 islanders whose donations have saved lives worldwide.

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                                The Pau Hana Pumpers started as a fitness group and became a group of friends who often socialized. Members attended their Christmas party in 2019. Founder Dean Kaneshiro, wearing lei, is in the center. The group’s motto was “Older-Wiser-Stronger.”

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    The Pau Hana Pumpers started as a fitness group and became a group of friends who often socialized. Members attended their Christmas party in 2019. Founder Dean Kaneshiro, wearing lei, is in the center. The group’s motto was “Older-Wiser-Stronger.”

When I look at those who have made a difference in other people’s lives, it’s usually ordinary people who have stepped up and given selflessly. Here are two of their stories this week. Read more

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