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Patricia SAIKI

Member of the House of Representatives

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.

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