Watts Named Patriotic Employer

Don Chapman
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July 29, 2009
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Watts Named Patriotic Employer

Denny Watts (center) was recognized recently as a patriotic employer by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).Watts received this award for contributing to national security, and protecting liberty and freedom by supporting employee participation in the nation’s National Guard and reserve force. Pictured with Watts (from left) are Lt. Cmdr. Phillip Rother, Col.Alika Watts, ESGR program support specialist Samuel Wong, Eddie Ebert and Cmdr. Darren “Wood” Anding.

Charity Walk Raises $105,000

Bank of Hawaii chairman and CEO Al Landon (center) and Charitable Foundation president Donna Tanoue (second from left) recently presented a $105,000 check to Hawaii Red Cross CEO Coralie Matayoshi (left), Family Promise executive director Kent Anderson (right) and Salvation Army divisional commander Maj. Edward Hill (second from right) at the Bank of Hawaii Charity Walk held at Kapiolani Park. Each organization received $35,000.

 

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