A Memorable 2014 Lū‘au

2014 Luau honorees & presenters
Mike Hogan, Clayton Fujie, Lee Donohue Sr., Lee Donohue Jr., Lori Castillo, Jimmy Defries

A BIG MAHALO for all of those that were able to make it out to this year’s Kasier High School Athletic Foundation Lū‘au. Your support in giving our honorees recognition at this year’s lū‘au helped to make the evening a memorable one. We appreciate your support of the foundation and its efforts to support Kaiser's athletic program and its student athletes.

We would especially like to give recognition to the class of 1974 for coming out with a class table, it was great to see representation from our first graduating class. We also have to recognize the class of 1976 who has had a table at out foundation lū‘au for the last three years.

We would also like to recognize East O‘ahu Clothing Company for helping dress up foundation committee paired with the generous contributions of Ted Fukushima and his wife. There is one thing that Fuk always wanted for his teams and that is that they looked good!

For those of you that weren’t able to make it, you were missed, we hope that we will be able to see you at our next foundation lū‘au, and we look for more class table representation, like '74 and '76.

Our 2014 honorees were:

Lee Donohue
JV Head Football Coach, Chief of Police for the City & County of Honolulu.
Clayton Fujie
Teacher, Head Varsity Baseball Coach, principal of Noelani Elementary School and Deputy Superintendent for the Department of Education State of Hawai‘i, DoDEA Japan District Superintendent.
Clayton “Clay” Stanley
Student Athlete, Basketball and Volleyball, Collegiate Star at the University of Hawai‘i, competed in the 2004 and 2008 summer games, Olympic Gold Medalist in the 2008 Beijing Games where he was named the “Most Valuable Player.”
Lori Castillo
Student Athlete, golf, OIA and state high school standout, earned All American honors while at Stanford University, participated on the European Tour as well as the LPGA, is an member of the Hawai‘i Golf Hall of Fame and is the Head Coach for the University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Wahines Golf Team.
1972 OIA JV Championship Basketball Team
First team to win an OIA Championship for Kaiser High School

Member of that team were:

Don Roesler Sam Boyko Baron Rathe La Gurche
Mark Suiso Tim Gesser Derwin Doi
James Peterson Kevin Holderness Wendall Parker
Jeff Hottendorf Michael Siu Dwight Strayer
Rickey Davis Capt. James Defries