Meet our 2023 Recipients
Tre' was a honor roll, student athlete. It wasn't always easy to make his goals with life circumstances beyond his control. In his honor, college or job training scholarships have been awarded to support their endeavors to Live Like Treʻ
Claire Mahealani Dunn
Claire's connection to her Hawaiian culture and the practice of hula inspires her to unite and empower her community. She believes that the Hawaiian value of "mana" connects all people and seeks to share her mana through her cultural practices.
Genesis's dream is to become a nurse and make a positive impact in her community. As a student athlete, she played for the Molokai High School softball team and is continuing her softball career at Lake Region State College.
Keahe exemplifies Tre's legacy by being a devoted friend, just as Tre' was to his peers. Even from thousands of miles away, she remains a loyal and caring friend, spreading the spirit of aloha.
Robbin's dedication to service is evident through his involvement in Key Club and volunteering at the Wilcox Hospital senior center. He has earned the Key Club Bronze Award for his commitment to serving his school and community and continues to brighten the lives of seniors through his music.
Isabella aspires to become a commercial airline pilot while preserving her native Hawaiian language, culture, and way of life. She has been an active member of the Aloha 99s and International Women in Aviation (WAI), contributing to flying Christmas presents to disadvantaged youth and inspiring students from Ke Kula Kaiapuni ‘o Samuel L Kamakau to pursue careers in aviation. team an