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Raymond Ganotise

Hawaii National Guard Federal Credit Union

HQ Phone:  (808) 737-5714

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Hawaii National Guard Federal Credit Union

P.O. Box 10815

Honolulu, Hawaii,96816

United States

Company Description

The Hawaii National Guard Federal Credit Union was established in 1959 by Guardsmen for Guardsmen. Since 1959 the Credit Union has remained true to their original charter, keeping the membership exclusively for the Hawaii Guard and their families. We, like m... more.

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Kahuna Or Priest


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Navy Times - Hawaii christened at Groton

www.navytimes.com [cached]

Raymond Ganotise blows a shell horn during launch ceremonies for the nuclear powered attack submarine Hawaii during a ceremony at Electric Boat Division, General Dynamics Corp. in Groton, Conn., on Saturday.Raymond Ganotise of the Hawaii National Guard.Ganotise, who is also a Kahuna or priest, blew a conch shell as part of the blessing.Adm. Gary Roughead, commander of the Pacific Fleet, addressed the boat's crewmen who were lined along the top of the ship in rows of fours."For all of you, enjoy this day, take the time to relish a job well done," he said.


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