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Computer scientist

Betty Ann Lyman Keala, American computer scientist. Certified Data Processing Management Association. Member Board Parks and Recreation, Honolulu, 1983-1990, vice-chair, 1989-1990; trustee Honolulu Theatre for Youth, 1998; chair advisory council College Arts & Sciences, University Hawaii, 1994-2004; member University Hawaii Community Partnership, since 1997, Hawaiian Music Hall Fame & Museum, since 1998.

Background

Keala, Betty Ann Lyman was born on April 14, 1931 in Hilo, Hawaii, United States. Daughter of Richard Ka'ilihiwa and Beatrice Ida (Culman) L.

Education

Bachelor, University Hawaii, 1952. Master of Science, University Hawaii, 1970.

Career

Computer programmer National Marine Fisheries Service, Honolulu, 1957-1973. Administrator GTE Hawaiian Telephone, 1973-1988. Founder-owner Pacific Computer Associates, 1989-1994.

Consultant Queen Liliuokalani Children's Center, Honolulu, 1993, St. Louis High School, 1992, Honolulu Police Department, 1979.

Achievements

  • Certified Data Processing Management Association.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (book) Mea Ho'omanao-My Thoughts, 1995.

Membership

Member Board Parks and Recreation, Honolulu, 1983-1990, vice-chair, 1989-1990. Trustee Honolulu Theatre for Youth, 1998. Chair advisory council College Arts & Sciences, University Hawaii, 1994-2004.

Member University Hawaii Community Partnership, since 1997, Hawaiian Music Hall Fame & Museum, since 1998.

Connections

Married Francis A. Keala, November 28, 1952. Children: Frances Ann Keala Rothwell, John Richard Keala, Robert Mark Keala.

father:
Richard Ka'ilihiwa L.

mother:
Beatrice Ida (Culman) L.

spouse:
Francis A. Keala

children:
Frances Ann Keala Rothwell Keala

John Richard Keala

Robert Mark Keala