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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Friday, August 1, 2008

Trade winds

Advertiser Staff

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PRINCE RESORTS HAWAI'I

PAUL YOKOTA, who has served as general manager at three of Prince Resorts Hawai'i's four hotels, has been promoted to senior vice president/chief operations officer.

His immediate primary responsibility will be to oversee reopening in December of The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, following a $150 million repair and renovation project after the October 2006, Hawai'i earthquake.

MAUI DIVERS JEWELRY

Maui Divers Jewelry has named TINA YUEN director of photography and multimedia. She was previously a photographer for Pacific Business News.

Established in 1959, Maui Divers owns and operates 60 concept locations Maui Divers Jewelry, Island Pearls and Pick-A-Pearl on all major Hawaiian Islands as well as on the U.S. Mainland and Guam.

ROTARY CLUB OF ALA MOANA

The Rotary Club of Ala Moana has named RICHARD KAGEHIRO president for the 2008-2009 term. Other officers include KRISTINE WESTMORELAND, president-elect; GEORGE ING, vice president; KEVIN McCRARY, secretary, GREG CONCILLA, treasurer; and STEVE VOIGHT, sergeant-at-arms,. Kagehiro is a sales and marketing consultant for travel-related companies and has been a Rotarian for 15 years.

ROTARY CLUB OF METROPOLITAN HONOLULU

ROBERT "BOB" STOTT, American Savings Bank vice president of commercial banking, has been named president of the Rotary Club of Metropolitan Honolulu.

Stott, a 27-year banking industry veteran, has been a member of Metro Rotary since 2001.

Other officers include: Lora Williams, president-elect; Gary Grimmer and Bill Thomas, vice presidents; Ivan Ketterman, treasurer; John White, secretary; and Tom Anusewicz, past president.

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