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Why Doug and Jane Howard left Hawaii

After almost 20 years in Hawaii living on three islands — Maui, Molokai and Oahu — we had finally had enough and in October 2020 left our home in Hawaii Kai for Albuquerque, New Mexico. We did not have children living with us, and we were self-employed working from home.

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Why Judy Fujimoto left Hawaii

I lived in Hawaii for 53 years. I arrived in March 1966 on the SS Lurline, and left in September 2018. I was with a girlfriend. We came from California. I was 20 years old, and I was the queen of the Lurline for that voyage. We were prepared to

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Why Carol Collis left Hawaii

I lived on Maui for 10 years. I moved there from Laguna Hills, California, after losing my business. My husband Paul and I owned a restaurant there called Red Rock Chili Co. We created a concept and sold franchises.  After the last store closed, I was offered a job to manage

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Why Margo Lynn left Hawaii

Originally from upper Michigan, I moved to Hawaii in 1968. My intention was only to stay for only a year.  I loved the island lifestyle. Made lots of friends. Married in 1983. Bought a house in Hawaii Kai.  My husband, Doug, was born on Kauai and lived most of his

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Why Tom and Ycrem left Hawaii

The cost of life in Hawaii is just too much for us to raise a family there. We wanted to be able to provide our children with more opportunities than we could afford.  I would love to return some day, even if only to visit. My children were born in

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Why Marly Galindo left Hawaii

“I was born and raised in Wahiawā, Oahu, and lived there until I graduated from Leilehua High School in 1978. “Growing up, I never had the opportunity to visit any place outside of the state, so studying hard and attending a mainland college was a goal of mine. I applied

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Why Tailee Schrock left Hawaii

“Hawaii was home my whole life. “My parents met at BYUH in Laie and stayed. I met my husband at BYUH, and we stayed. When I got married, I was the only one in my family left on the island. By the time my husband and I were ready to

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Why Ashlynn Sakaria left Hawaii

“I was born and raised in Oahu. I lived there all my life until this past February, when I moved to Arizona with my husband and 6-year-old daughter. We left Hawaii to get ahead in life financially. My husband had a great job working construction, making $26-$60 an hour, depending

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Why Jania Hoover left Hawaii

“I moved to Hawaii when I was in fourth grade. I lived there until I graduated from Radford High School. I left Hawaii to attend college in Los Angeles and I never returned because the cost of living is too high. I love Hawaii and it will always be home.

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Why Kaloku Holt left Hawaii

“I was born and raised in Hawaii. My parents split up while I was in elementary school. Before going into high school, my mom decided to pack it up and move us all to the continent because Hawaii is just not affordable for a single mom with two growing boys.

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Why Doug and Jane Howard left Hawaii

After almost 20 years in Hawaii living on three islands — Maui, Molokai and Oahu — we had finally had enough and in October 2020 left our home in Hawaii Kai for Albuquerque, New Mexico. We did not have children living with us, and we were self-employed working from home.

Read More →

Why Judy Fujimoto left Hawaii

I lived in Hawaii for 53 years. I arrived in March 1966 on the SS Lurline, and left in September 2018. I was with a girlfriend. We came from California. I was 20 years old, and I was the queen of the Lurline for that voyage. We were prepared to

Read More →

Why Carol Collis left Hawaii

I lived on Maui for 10 years. I moved there from Laguna Hills, California, after losing my business. My husband Paul and I owned a restaurant there called Red Rock Chili Co. We created a concept and sold franchises.  After the last store closed, I was offered a job to manage

Read More →

Why Margo Lynn left Hawaii

Originally from upper Michigan, I moved to Hawaii in 1968. My intention was only to stay for only a year.  I loved the island lifestyle. Made lots of friends. Married in 1983. Bought a house in Hawaii Kai.  My husband, Doug, was born on Kauai and lived most of his

Read More →

Why Tom and Ycrem left Hawaii

The cost of life in Hawaii is just too much for us to raise a family there. We wanted to be able to provide our children with more opportunities than we could afford.  I would love to return some day, even if only to visit. My children were born in

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Why Marly Galindo left Hawaii

“I was born and raised in Wahiawā, Oahu, and lived there until I graduated from Leilehua High School in 1978. “Growing up, I never had the opportunity to visit any place outside of the state, so studying hard and attending a mainland college was a goal of mine. I applied

Read More →

Why Tailee Schrock left Hawaii

“Hawaii was home my whole life. “My parents met at BYUH in Laie and stayed. I met my husband at BYUH, and we stayed. When I got married, I was the only one in my family left on the island. By the time my husband and I were ready to

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Why Ashlynn Sakaria left Hawaii

“I was born and raised in Oahu. I lived there all my life until this past February, when I moved to Arizona with my husband and 6-year-old daughter. We left Hawaii to get ahead in life financially. My husband had a great job working construction, making $26-$60 an hour, depending

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Why Jania Hoover left Hawaii

“I moved to Hawaii when I was in fourth grade. I lived there until I graduated from Radford High School. I left Hawaii to attend college in Los Angeles and I never returned because the cost of living is too high. I love Hawaii and it will always be home.

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Why Kaloku Holt left Hawaii

“I was born and raised in Hawaii. My parents split up while I was in elementary school. Before going into high school, my mom decided to pack it up and move us all to the continent because Hawaii is just not affordable for a single mom with two growing boys.

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