Breathe - Tobacco



Breathe - Tobacco
Thank you!
Hawaii Leadership Council Members
Mary Browne, Kiewit
Steve Businger, University of Hawaii
Saving lives by
improving lung health and
preventing lung disease.
Kenny Choi, KITV
Col. Eric Crawley, MD, Tripler Army Medical Center
Cathy Foy-Mahi, Performance Artist
Maria Hirt, Four Season’s Lanai
Reid Ikeda, MD, Queens Medical Center
Emmit Kane, Hawaii Fire Department
Von Kenric Kaneshiro,Von Kenric Brushes
Sherry Menor-McNamara, Hawaii Chamber of Commerce
Rich Miano, Hawaii Speed and Quickness
Ron Sanderson, Castle Medical Center
For sponsorships, please contact
Lorraine Leslie at (808) 687-5375 or
[email protected]
Lisa Soong, The Mountain Apple Company
Douglas Yee, Morgan Stanley
Sterling Yee, LaPietra
Steve Wilson, State of Hawaii
James Wong, Attorney
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Breathe Easy Breakfast Committee
John Henry Felix, Chair
Patrick Bullard
Maria Hirt
Jan Hori
Karen Latzka
Rich Miano
$45 per person; sponsor tables of 10 begin at $600
R.S.V.P. by July 30
In an effort to conserve paper, please register at
or call (808) 687-5375
Keynote Speaker
Please join us for the 2013
Breathe Easy Breakfast
Olin Kreutz
“Playing with Asthma”
Olin Kreutz is one of Hawaii’s most famous athletes. While attending Honolulu’s St. Louis
High School, Kreutz lettered in football, wrestling and track. Team captain, an All-State pick
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and a SuperPep All America choice, he won the ILH Wrestling Heavyweight Championship.
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Kreutz excelled in football at the University of Washignton, earning Pac-10 honors before
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turning pro with the Chicago Bears. Kreutz played for 13 years with Chicago, including on the
2006 Bears Superbowl team, and was a six-time Pro Bowler. He played one season for the New
Event Chair
John Henry Felix, PhD
Chairman, President & CEO
Hawaii Medical
Assurance Association
Harbor View Center
1129 Nimitz Highway
(above Nico’s - Pier 38)
Kenny Choi
News Anchor
Orleans Saints before retiring in 2011, widely recognized as one of the NFL’s all-time great
centers. Remarkably, Kreutz achieved his on-field excellence despite being a lifelong asthmatic.
He was inducted into the Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame earlier this year.
Kreutz, married to his high school sweetheart and father of five, maintains a home on the
Mainland and in Kalama Valley.