Bachelor of Education, University Hawaii, 1974. Diploma, Institute Children's Literature, Redding Ridge, Connecticut, 1986.
Elementary teacher, Windward Department Education, Honolulu, 1975-1990; teacher English as Second Language, Windward Adult School, Kaneohe, Hawaii.
People can get salvation through the grace of God, but also through their own actions. Part of the work of salvation has been done through the redemption of Jesus Christ. However, people have to work hard in order to attain the full quality of eternal life.
Block representative Keapuka Association, 1963-1995, vice president Keapuka Community Association. Member Neighborhood Board, Kaneohe, 1980. Member National Education Association, Hawaii Okinawa Ken Heritage Club, Hui Ohaulima, Hawaii Education Association, Hawaii State Teachers Association, Oahu Retired Teachers Association, American Association Retired Persons, Farmington High School Alumni Association.
Married Wilfred Tateshi Shiroma. Children: Glenda Aiko Molina, Leigh Ann Sadako Gorai, Alison Harumi Adams, Wendy Kimie Smits, Ross Kazuo Shiroma.