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Donor Stories

  • Luanna Farden '56 and Peter McKenney
    Luanna Farden '56 and Peter McKenney
    When Luanna Farden '56 and Peter McKenney chose to make a gift to Punahou to honor their late son David Ka'aumoana McKenney '83, they knew that it...
  • Judy Winn-Bell '62 and Steve Hayashi '62
    Judy Winn-Bell '62 and Steve Hayashi '62
    Brought together over a shared passion for the arts, a couple gives back to the place where it all started.
  • Richard
    Richard "Dick" Cox '38
    Dick Cox is one of those rare individuals whose story combines a breadth of experience with a simple, unaffected zest for life.
  • Julia Smyth Desha
    Julia Smyth Desha
    Julia Smyth Desha was the widow of Kamehameha School graduate David Lester Desha, who attended Punahou (called Oahu College at the time) from 1905 - 1907.
  • Richard F. Regan
    Richard F. Regan
    Richard F. Regan taught U.S. History in the Academy for six years, from 1963 – 1969, and made history come alive with his captivating humor...
  • Charman Akina ’50
    Charman Akina ’50
    One of the most common questions that adults ask children is: “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
  • Dougal ’46 and Ann Crowe
    Dougal ’46 and Ann Crowe
    Dougal and Ann Crowe love Punahou. Dougal, who entered Punahou in seventh grade, has fond memories and friends from his school years during WWII...
  • Frank Boas
    Frank Boas
    Philanthropist Frank Boas, a Harvard-educated international lawyer, firmly believed in the value of global exchange – and his lasting contributions to the Hawai‘i community are proof.
  • Frank Ching ’53
    Frank Ching ’53
    Punahou fosters a deep-rooted sense of community among its many generations of students, teachers, alumni and parents. For alumnus Frank Ching ’53, this enduring sense of ‘ohana...
  • Frannie Kay '46 Brossy
    Frannie Kay '46 Brossy
    Frances Ann Kay '46 Brossy lived by and benefited from her standard "Ever she sought the best, and ever found it," said friends who knew her well.
  • Jerry '52 and Niki Fuller
    Jerry '52 and Niki Fuller
    Jerry '52 and Niki Fuller know a thing or two about nurturing. Nearly 40 years ago they cared for an injured Monarch butterfly for three weeks.
  • Joan C. Pratt ’47
    Joan C. Pratt ’47
    For the Pratt family, giving to Punahou is a tradition that reaches back generations. Family patriarch Dr. Gerritt P. Judd was a missionary, physician, and advisor...
  • T.C. Staton ’03
    T.C. Staton ’03
    Twenty-one new pottery wheels, a computer-controlled kiln and a state-of-the-art pugmill that prepares, mixes and recycles clay were installed in the Castle Art Center in the summer of 2013.
    Bob entered Punahou in seventh grade. He enjoyed playing volleyball and surfing in Waikiki, and, like many Punahou students, he worked in the pineapple fields for 28 cents per hour...