Interview with Kenneth Souza

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2019-02-16
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Daven Chang
Kaelyn Schenkenberger
Kelsey Nichols
Patricia Amaral Burskik
Makoa Freitas
Sean Silva
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Kenneth Clement Souza, born in 1937, was raised at Ranch Camp in Waialua, Oʻahu. Uncle Kenneth was a student at Haleʻiwa Elementary School then moved onto St. Michael’s for middle school. His freshman year of high school was spent at St. Louis before he eventually transferred to Waialua High School where he played football, basketball, baseball and ran track. Following graduation, Uncle Kenneth joined the US Air Force. A life-long resident of Waialua, Uncle Kenneth was able to reflect on the intricacies of the community over the course of his lifetime.
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Waialua, Haleʻiwa, St. Michael's School, Portuguese, US Air Force, Ranch Camp, St. Louis High school
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