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clergyman , educational corporation executive

Charles Lawrence Lum Kee, American clergyman, educational corporation executive. Member of Hawaii Computer Users Association (secretary director), Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, American Radio Relay League, Emergency Amateur Radio Club, Honolulu Amateur Radio Club.

Background

Kee, Charles Lawrence Lum was born on October 12, 1938 in Honolulu. Son of Charles and Frances Marion (Ng) Lum Kee.

Education

Bachelor in Philosophy, St. Mary's College, Moraga, California, 1961. STB, University Fribourg, Switzerland, 1965. MTh, University Ottawa, 1970.

Licentiate of Sacred Theology, University St. Paul, Ottawa, 1970.

Career

Ordained priest Society Marinists, Roman Catholic Church. Teacher High School Riordan, San Francisco, 1960—1963, chaplain, 1967—1969. Instructor Chaminade College, Honolulu, 1970—1976, administrator Maui campus, 1976—1977, campus minister, 1977—1979, department chairman philosophy and religion, 1981—1981.

Board directors St.-Louis-Chaminade Education Center, 1980—1982, chancellor, chief executive officer, president, since 1982. Community director Center Marinist Community, since 1979. Member Province of Pacific Chapter, since 1978.

Committee education Diocese of Honolulu. Contract chaplain United States Army.

Membership

Member of Hawaii Computer Users Association (secretary director), Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, American Radio Relay League, Emergency Amateur Radio Club, Honolulu Amateur Radio Club.

Connections

father:
Charles Kee

mother:
Frances Marion (Ng) Lum Kee