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Lorri Kobata

Director of Talent Acquisition and Employee Development

15 Craigside

HQ Phone:  (808) 523-7000

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15 Craigside

1434 Punahou Street

Honolulu, Hawaii,96817

United States

Company Description

Honolulu Retirement Home - 15 Craigside is Honolulu's newest retirement facility offering assisted living services, along with nursing home and retirement community services. ...more

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Back in New Orleans, Haggerty's friend and business partner, Steven "Ed" Denney, had been weathering the ordeal firsthand.
Originally from Ohio, Denney had moved to New Orleans 13 years ago and joined up with Haggarty about five years later, managing a statuary company that was also part of Haggarty's business holdings in Louisiana. In talking with locals who remembered hurricanes Betsey and Camille in the 1960s - the largest storms in recent years to have rattled the city - Denney found considerable optimism before the storm: if the city had survived those, it would survive Katrina as well, it was commonly believed. Denney had already moved goods in Gator Group's mid-city warehouse upstairs to avoid any floodwaters. By the time the hurricane had passed, it appeared that the city had indeed escaped devastation. There was about two feet of water outside the warehouse, and Denney was confident he could navigate his way out of the industrial neighborhood. By the fourth day, still waiting to be rescued, Denney had run out of fresh drinking water, and decided to leave. He cobbled a pair of five-gallon buckets together into a makeshift flotation device and swam two miles through murky water contaminated with oil, gasoline, chemicals, waste, and worse. He finally reached a roadway where he joined a single-file march of "people just walking, not talking. One of the thousands of other evacuees congregating in New Orleans, Denney was eventually bused to the Astrodome in Houston, where the scene was tense and conditions dangerous. Denney, who had lost his own home and two vehicles, decided to start a new life there also. What few things from Gator Group that had remained dry were loaded into a rented truck, and the partners embarked on a six-day, 3,200-mile drive northwest, stopping at tobacco retailers along the way. "What we went through in Lafayette was to save this business," says Haggarty of Denney. A month after Katrina hit, Haggarty and Denney attended a cigar-related trade show and were soon signing hundreds of new accounts and writing many more orders.


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