Creighton Ualani Mattoon
CREIGHTON UALANI MATTOON August 7, 1932 to July 2, 2016 Creighton was born in Keaukaha, Hawai`i and raised in Kapahulu, O`ahu. He graduated in 1950 from Kamehameha Schools. He received his Bachelor's degree from Stanford University in 1954 and served two years as a Lieutenant in the Army. He received his Masters degree from George Washington University. He was a licensed Clinical Psychologist and served as a mental health consultant to the State of Hawai`i's Correctional System for thirty years. Creighton is survived by his wife of 64 years, Cathleen; his sons James Kimo and Creighton Ualani, Jr. and Peter Ka`ohunoe; daughters Malia Elizabeth Newhouse and Margaret Kaui Weiss and eleven grandchildren. Creighton was preceded in death by brothers Dr. George H. Mills and Henry W. Mills, and sisters Elizabeth Lyman and Margaret Payne. Creighton contributed much time and effort to malama `aina and malama `ohana. He actively participated in many organizations as a member and/or officer. This includes serving as past president of Kamehameha Alumni Association, Ka La Hui Hawai`i, Ho`omalu ma Kualoa, Hawai`i Lai`e ika wai, Kealaula and Ko`olauloa Hawaiian Civic Club. He served on community boards such as Ko`olauloa Neighborhood Board and Punalu`u Community Association. Professional organizations were Hawai`i State Hospital Advisory Commission, Hawai`i Psychological Association and member of Sigma Zi. He served as Vice-Chair of the Kahuku Medical Center Board of Directors. Creighton was protective of the environment and spent twenty years participating in community planning and watershed protection. He was a founding member of the citizen's group Keep The Country Country and served as its president. Memorial services are set for Saturday, July 23, 2016 at O`ahu Cemetery Chapel from 9 am to 1 pm. Visitation from 9 - 11 with service to follow. No flower arrangements. Lei welcome. Dress is Aloha attire.
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