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Patricia SAIKI

Patricia SAIKI, Member of the House of Representatives. Most Promising Legislator, Eagleton Institute, Rutgers University, 1970. Member, President Advisory Council on Status of Women; Hawaii Pacific College; Boy Scouts; Western Mental Health Council; Hawaii Special Olympics for Retarded Children.

Background

  • SAIKI, Patricia was born on May 28, 1930 in Hilo, Hawaii. Daughter of Kazuo Fukuda and Shizue Fukuda (nee Inoue).

  • Education

    • University of Hawaii, Bachelor of Surgery

    Career

    • State Secretary, Hawaii State Republican Party, 1964-1966. State ViceChwn., 1966-1968, Chairwoman, 1983-1985.

      Research Assistant, State Senate Representatives, 1966-1968. Delegate, Hawaii Constitutional Convention, 1968. Alternate delegate, Republican National Convention, 1968.

      Hawaii State Representative, 17th District, 1968-1970, 9th District, 1970-1974. Assistant Republican Floor Leader, Hawaii House of Representatives. Hawaii State Senator, 1974-1982.

      Chairwoman, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 1978-1980. Republican Nominee for Lt-Government, Hawaii, 1972. Member, House of Reps, for Hawaii, since 1986.

      Professional career: teacher, Punahou School, Kaimuku Intermediate and Kalani High School, 12 years. Director, AmFac Inc., 1972-1988.

      Currently Director at Hawaii Airlines.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican Party

    Religion

    Episcopal.

    Membership

    • Member, President Advisory Council on Status of Women; Hawaii Pacific College; Boy Scouts; Western Mental Health Council; Hawaii Special Olympics for Retarded Children

    Connections

    • father: Kazuo Fukuda
    • mother: Shizue Fukuda (nee Inoue)
    • spouse: Stanley Mitsuo Saiki
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    Born March 28, 1930
    Nationality

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