PAGE RICHARDSON DWIGHT

Posted On February 26th, 2017 -

PAGE RICHARDSON DWIGHTPage Richardson Dwight was born in Easton, Maryland on April 10, 1928 and passed away on January 23, 2017 in Honolulu in the presence of loving family. Her celebration of life will be held at One Kalakaua, 1314 Kalakaua Avenue, in the Multi-Purpose room, at 2:00 p.m. on March 1, 2017. She is survived by her sister Jodie, her children, Susan, Ellen C.B., Jodie and Gail, 8 grand- children, 5 great-grandchildren, and a niece and nephews. Mrs. Dwight graduated from Randolph Macon Women’s College, moved to Hawai’i in 1952 after marrying Charles B. Dwight III, and obtained her teaching credential and studied accounting at University of Hawai’i. She taught at Kailua and Castle High Schools, and worked for Aikane Tax Services at Bank of Hawai’i. She was active with the Kailua Jaycees, the Windward Hospital, now known as Castle Medical Center, the LaniKailua Outdoor Circle, the Amateur Athletic Union, and for years was involved with water sports, including swimming, diving and water polo. She was the Vice President of Hawaiian Association U.S. Water Polo and Regional Chair, and was the National Chair of both the Registration Committee and National Nominating Committee for U.S. Water Polo. More recently she was involved with the board and the food committee at One Kalakaua. She enjoyed camping and hiking on the various Hawaiian Islands, and enjoyed international travel, duplicate bridge and spending time with her family. Her intelligence, quick wit and well-developed sense of humor kept those around her on their toes and smiling. In lieu of flowers, donations suggested to the Institute for Human Services or the “Charles B. Dwight III ’43” endowed fund at Punahou School.


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