Giving
Kekumano Scholarship Dinner

Noblesse Oblige Award

Monsignor Charles A. Kekumano Noblesse Oblige Award for Service

Each year at the Kekumano Dinner, the Maryknoll School community gathers to honor and celebrate an individual who has given back to the community through volunteer work and philanthropy.

Noblesse Oblige Award Recipients & Scholarship Recipients

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  • Award Recipients

    1998
    Monsignor Charles A. Kekumano

    1999
    Dr. Livingston Wong ’48 and James Gahler

    2000
    Mrs. Irmgard Farden Aluli

    2001
    Mr. Jack and Mrs. Cha Thompson

    2002
    Nina Keali’iwahamana Rapozo '54

    2003
    Dr. Jorge G. Camara

    2004
    Governor George R. Ariyoshi

    2005


    2006
    Dr. Gabriel Ma

    2007
    Mr. Wally K. Yonamine

    2008
    Mr. Alfred M.K. Wong

    2009
    Mr. Peter P.J. Ng

    2010
    Mr. Galen I. Ho '63

    2011
    Dr. Lawrence K.W. Tseu

    2012
    Dr. Thomas & Mrs. Mi Kosasa

    2013
    Mr. Larry Rodriguez

    2014
    Ms. Ginny Tiu

    2015
    Mr. Robert & Mrs. Frances Bean

    2016
    John K. Uekawa

    2017
    Maj. Gen. Darryll D.M. Wong '68
  • Scholarship Recipients

    1998


    1999
    Darlene Ramones

    2000
    Shalei Bissen-Kealohi

    2001
    JoAnne Ignacio

    2002
    Tim Dolan

    2003
    Jennifer Manuzak

    2004
    Anthony Luafalealo

    2005
    Anthony Lo

    2006
    Jason Leong-Yep

    2007
    Cheri Amas

    2008
    Chasen St. Onge

    2009
    Keenan Kurihara

    2010
    Jason Lau

    2011
    Josh Dela Luna

    2012
    Emerald Leong

    2013
    Katelyn Domdoma

    2014
    Natalie Kamada

    2015
    Jenna Okura

    2016
    Lisa Kam

    2017

Monsignor Charles A. Kekumano Scholarship

The Monsignor Charles A. Kekumano Scholarship is awarded annually to a returning Maryknoll student who will be a junior or senior during the following academic year. An additional 15 Kekumano scholarships are awarded annually to five high school students, five middle school students, and five elementary students, beginning with students entering the fourth grade.