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Graduate Assistant (Defense)

Cha’pelle Brown is in his first season as a defensive graduate assistant coach, as the former Buff cornerback worked the 2011 season as an undergraduate assistant for the Buffaloes. Brown will assist defensive coordinator Greg Brown with the defensive backfield and also have overall general defensive duties.

Brown, 24, was promoted from student assistant coach to gradu-ate assistant coach on August 1, 2012, when the NCAA allowed staffs to expand from two-to-four grad assistants. He also helped Brown with the defensive backs last year while finishing up his Sociology degree, earning his diploma from CU in December 2011.

Prior to his return to Colorado, Brown was the secondary coach at Diamond Bar High School in California during the 2010 season, helping coach the Brahmas to a 6-4 record.

Brown played at CU from 2006-09 as a cornerback, often playing as the fifth defensive back (nickel). He had 257 career tackles (ranked 26th all-time at CU and seventh all-time among defensive backs), 183 unassisted career stops (ranked 14th) and 25 pass deflections, which ranked 11th all-time. His 37 career third down stops were the fourth most since the statistic began being tracked in the 1980s, and is the most ever by a Colorado defensive back.

During his senior season (2009), he was named second-team All-Big 12 by league coaches and was an honorable mention by the

Associated Press. He was also selected by his teammates in 2009 as

the team’s Most Valuable Player. In 2008, Brown was an All-Big 12 honorable mention performer by the AP and Big 12 coaches, and he was the recipient of the Dave Jones Award as the most valuable defensive player as selected by his teammates.

Born on April 8, 1988 in Van Nuys, Calif., Brown was named first-team All-Valley and was the Miramonte League Most Valuable Player during his senior season at Los Altos High School. He was a first-team all-league performer on both offense and defense as a junior and won the CIF Championship his sophomore season. He also lettered four times in basketball, where he was the all-time leading scorer and assist getter. He is married to the former Yasmin Urias.


Graduate Assistant (Offense)

Timothy Chase “T.C.” McCartney is in his first year as an offensive graduate assistant coach, joining the staff for the 2012 season. His primary duties will be assisting Rip Scherer with the quarterbacks, as well as having general overall duties with the entire offense.

McCartney, 23, is a legacy Buff even though he graduated from Louisiana State after five years with the Tigers under former CU assistant coach Les Miles. McCartney is the son of former CU quar-terback Sal Aunese, who passed away on Sept. 23, 1989 during his junior season after a heroic battle with stomach cancer. T.C. is also the grandson of the legendary Bill McCartney, the winningest foot-ball coach in Colorado history, as his mother, Kristi, is the only daughter of Bill and Lyndi McCartney.

He was a quarterback for four seasons (2007-10) at LSU and was a member of the Tigers’ 2007 National Championship team. Also during his time as a player, LSU played in the Chick-fil-A Bowl (2008), the Capital One Bowl (2009) and the Cotton Bowl Classic (2010), as well as winning two Southeastern Conference Championships (2007, 2011). He was the recipient of the team’s Jeff Boss Unsung Hero Award in 2010.

McCartney got his first taste of coaching at his alma mater as a graduate assistant. He had graduated from LSU in August 2011 with

a bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and joined the staff for the 2011 season. His duties included assisting with the quarterbacks, special teams and the overall offense in general, as the Tigers spent much of the year ranked No. 1 before losing to SEC rival Alabama in the BCS national championship game.

He was born on April 24, 1989, graduating from Boulder’s Fairview High School in 2007 where his uncle, Tom McCartney, was his foot-ball coach. His hobbies include playing basketfoot-ball and golf. Throughout his playing career at Fairview and at LSU, McCartney wore No. 8, the same number as his father wore at Colorado. His younger brother, Derek, will join the Colorado football team in January 2013.


Graduate Assistant (Defense)

Jeff Smart is in his second year as a defen-sive graduate assistant, as he joined the staff of his alma mater just ahead of 2011 spring prac-tice. His primary role is assisting Brian Cabral with the linebackers along with general overall duties with the entire defense.

For Smart, 25, this is his first foray in coaching. He graduated from CU in December 2009 with a degree in Sociology.

Originally a walk-on at Colorado, he would finish his career ranked 18th all-time in overall tackles with 291, including the 13th most solo stops, 188, in school history. As a senior, he earned honor-able mention All-Big 12 honors from both the Associated Press and the league coaches, along with first-team All-Colorado honors from the state’s NFF chapter. A team captain, he won the Dave Jones Award as his teammates selected him as the defensive most valuable player for the season.

As a junior, he was a second-team All-Big 12 performer (Associated

Press), and was first-team All-Colorado; in racking up 118 tackles (80

solo), he became just the third former walk-on in school history to lead the team in tackles. He was placed on scholarship during the 2007 season, when he initiated a streak of what would become 33 straight games in the starting lineup. He joined the Buffs as an invited walk-on in August 2005.

He was born November 22, 1986 in Boulder, graduating from Boulder High School where he was an honorable mention All-State performer in football. He also played fullback at BHS and earned second-team Academic All-State honors as a senior.


Graduate Assistant (Offense)

Michael Pitre is in his first season as an offensive graduate assistant coach, joining the team ahead of the 2012 season. His primary duties will be assisting Steve Marshall with the offensive line while also helping with the entire offense in general.

Pitre, 27, comes to Colorado after three seasons as a teacher and coach at Servite High School in Anaheim, Calif. As an assistant foot-ball coach at Servite, he was primarily responsible for the defensive line on the varsity squad while also being the defensive coordinator for the junior varsity team. He also worked with the running backs while helping coach basketball and track at Servite as well. He taught Academic Achievement at the school.

He was a member of the UCLA football team from 2003-07, where he played fullback for the Bruins; he finished his career with 22 carries for 82 yards and two touchdowns and 36 receptions for 327 yards and three scores. Pitre, playing for two-time former CU assis-tant Karl Dorrell, appeared in 36 games for the Bruins as a three year


starter, earning honorable mention All-Pac 10 honors for two seasons (2004, 2005).

Pitre earned a bachelor’s degree in History from UCLA in 2008 and is currently working on a master’s degree in Special Education and his teaching credential from National University.

He was born January 3, 1985 in Fontana, Calif., and graduated from El Modena High School in Orange, Calif., where he lettered in football (four times playing linebacker and fullback ) and was a three-time All-League performer; he also lettered basketball and track. Pitre is married the former Tara Gotthardt .


Technical Intern

Dominick Magazu is in his first season as a technical intern, joining the CU staff prior to the start of the 2012 season. His primary role is assisting J.D. Brookhart with tight ends along with general overall duties with the entire offense.

Magazu, 24, joins the Colorado staff after a one-year stint as an assistant coach at Wingate University (NCAA D-II) in 2011. His primary responsibility at Wingate was coaching wide receivers, but he also assisted with the scout team and offensive scouting as well. He was the offensive coordinator for the Paris Flash football team in France in spring 2012 and coached at Blair Hardin’s Porter Ridge High School football camp in Indian Trail, N.C., for two years. Magazu also worked for two years at Antawn Jamison’s Summer Basketball Camps in Charlotte.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Appalachian State University in 2010. Magazu played three years at ASU after transferring from Boston College following the 2007 season. He primarily played on special teams, while also serving as the team’s holder.

Magazu was born March 26, 1988 and earned Conference, All-Charlotte Observer and All-Mecklenburg County recognition as a senior at Charlotte’s Providence High School. Magazu grew up with a coach in the family as his father, Dave, has 33 years of coaching experience and is currently the offensive line coach for the Denver Broncos.


Technical Intern

Anthony Perkins is in his first season as a technical intern, joining the CU football staff prior on August 1, 2012 (Note: at press time,

Perkins was signed to a free agent contract by the Denver Broncos and delayed working with his alma mater until his professional fate is known.)

Plans call for Perkins to assist with the receivers, as well as having general overall duties with the entire offense.

Perkins, 23, is no stranger to the CU program, having just finished his career in the 2011 season, where he was one of four team captains during his senior campaign. He saw action as a defensive back in 37 career games, making 27 starts.

He finished his career with 236 tackles (140 solo), which ranked 41st on CU’s all-time tackle list. He saw action in nine games (all starts) as a senior, but suffered a high ankle sprain after playing just nine snaps against Oregon, and would miss the next four games. He worked hard to get back and returned for the win at Utah in the season finale, going out on a high note with a career-high 17 tackles (11 of which were solo).

The coaches presented him with the Eddie Crowder Leadership

Award following the 2010 season, and he was the 2009 recipient of the Gold Group Commitment Team Award, which recognizes excel-lence with class in a variety of areas. He was also the recipient of the Hale Irwin Team Award in 2009, presented to the most improved defensive back during spring drills. Perkins was the first player to commit in the 2007 recruiting class, doing so on April 24, 2006.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in Integrative Physiology in December 2010 and earned a second B.A. in History in December 2011.

He was born January 18, 1989, in Leonardtown, Md., and attended Community Christian School in Northglenn, Colo., for high school, but the school did not have a football team. Through a co-op program, he was a three-year letterman in football at Northglenn High School, where he had a host of honors as a senior, among which included being named first-team All-State (5A) by the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post, and being named the Front Range

League Player of the Year. He also lettered four times in basketball and four times in track. He is married to the former Janessa Nelson.


Technical Intern

Ryan Scherer, the youngest son of CU assis-tant head coach Rip, is in his first season as a technical intern, joining the CU football staff on August 1, 2012.

Scherer, 22, will assist Greg Brown with the secondary while also having general overall duties with the entire defense.

This is younger Scherer’s first coaching position, as he graduated this past May from Penn State with a bachelor’s degree in Finance. He was a wide receiver under the late Joe Paterno for the Nittany Lions football team and earned an Academic All-Big Ten honor in 2011.

Born May 14, 1990 in Tucson, Ariz., Scherer graduated from Avon Lake (Ohio) High School where he was an all-conference performer at wide receiver, safety and kick returner. He was a two-year starter and letterman and was named first-team All-Southwest Conference, All-Lorain County, All-Northeast Ohio District and was honorable mention on the All-Ohio team as a senior. He also lettered in track, and was a captain on the team as a senior.

Coaching runs three generations in the Scherer family as his grandfather, Rip Sr., was a long time high school football coach in Pittsburgh.


Technical Intern

Albert Young is in his first season as a tech-nical intern, joining the CU football staff on August 1, 2012. He will assist the offense and special teams and will help offensive coordina-tor Eric Bieniemy with the running backs.

Young, 27, comes to Colorado after four seasons as a running back in the NFL. He signed with Minnesota Vikings’ practice squad in 2008 before being signed to the active roster for the 2009 and 2010 seasons; as a member of the Vikings his position coach was Bieniemy. He also signed practice squad contracts with Jacksonville (2011) and Pittsburgh (2012).

Young earned a bachelor’s degree in Health and Sport Studies from the University of Iowa in 2008, following a football career as Hawkeye from 2003-07. He became the third player in Iowa history rush for over 3,000 yards, as he had 660 rushes for 3,173 yards and 23 touchdowns; he still stands third on the school’s all-time rushing list. He had 12 games of 100 or more yards rushing, including in


seven straight contests in 2005, which was an Iowa record. He rushed for 1,134 yards during his sophomore season in 2005, becom-ing just the fourth Iowa sophomore and the 11th Iowa player ever to run for over 1,000 yards in a season. He also had 79 receptions for 705 yards and two touchdowns.

In 2007, he was earned honorable mention All-Big Ten honors by league coaches and the Associated Press, and was named Iowa’s Most Valuable Player on offense. In 2005, he was one of 10 semifinal-ists for the Doak Walker Award, was named second-team All-Big Ten by the AP and was an All-Big Ten honorable mention pick by league coaches.

He was born on February 25, 1985 and was raised in Moorestown Township, N.J., where he graduated from Moorestown High School. A four-year letterman in football, he was named New Jersey’s Offensive Player of the Year as a senior, when he was a first-team All-State performer. A three-time All-Conference first-team selection, he was the South Jersey Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and as a senior, and was named second-team All-State his sopho-more season. He finished his high school career as South Jersey’s all-time leading rusher with 5,411 yards and was the first running back in the region to rush for over 2,000 yards in two seasons. He was named the South Jersey Offensive Player of the Decade by The

Philadelphia Inquirer in 2009.


Director of Football Operations

Jashon Sykes is in his seventh year as a member of the football staff, his second as the director of football operations, as he was promoted to the position in January 2011. He is continuing his rise in administration, as he spent the previous two years (2009-10) as the assistant operations director and coordinator of football relations after working two years as the assistant director of on-campus recruiting. He returned to his alma mater in August 2006 as an admin-istrative assistant, working in recruiting and operations, after retir-ing from professional football.

Sykes is responsible for overseeing all of the day-to-day opera-tions duties for the Colorado football program, including schedul-ing, developing and monitoring the football program’s budget, team events and activities and serving as the director of the one-day “Elite” high school summer camp.

Sykes, 32, spent the four years prior to his return in the National Football League, signing on as a free agent with the Denver Broncos after his CU career and was on the team’s practice squad for the 2002 season. He was a member of the team the next two years, starting 11 games at linebacker in 2003 (including a playoff game at Indianapolis), as he had 65 tackles, two fumble recoveries and a blocked punt for the NFL’s fourth-ranked defense. He ended his career with the Washington Redskins.

He interned with the Broncos during the 2007 and ‘08 training camps. In 2007, he worked with the linebackers as an intern; a year later, he worked with the operations department, helping out prima-rily with the defensive line.

At Colorado, he finished his career 10th all-time in tackles (330), tied for 16th in quarterback sacks (12½), tied for 12th in tackles for loss (33) and tied for fifth in forced fumbles (7). Interestingly, he has had 14 tackles each time out in three games versus Nebraska for 42 of those 330. As a senior in 2001, he started the first four games of the season, but a herniated disc and subsequent operation ended his season. He decided to forego pursuing a medical redshirt and declared for the NFL draft. He had been on the official watch lists for both the Butkus and Lombardi awards.

As a junior (2000), he earned honorable mention all-Big12 honors as he had 111 tackles (78 solo), 13 third down stops, three-and-a-half sacks, four hurries, two pass deflections and interception. He had at least seven tackles in all 11 games, and hit double figures eight times.

His sophomore season, he blossomed into one of the nation’s top linebackers at CU’s new defensive position, “hawk” linebacker, one of two inside positions in the CU scheme. He earned defensive MVP honors in the Insight.com Bowl, when he had nine tackled and returned an interception for a touchdown against Boston College. He earned second-team All-America honors from the Football News, with the Associated Press selecting him first-team All-Big 12. He was selected by his teammates as the Zack Jordan Award winner as CU’s most valuable player, and he also won the Dave Jones Award for the most outstanding defensive player as presented by the coaching staff. He led the team and was second in the Big 12 in tackles with 134 (including 82 solo), just the fifth sophomore to lead the Buffs since tackles started being tracked in 1965. He forced seven fumbles, which not only set a school record, but led the nation as well.

He developed rapidly his true freshman year, as he played in all 12 games and started four of the last five, including the Aloha Bowl. He finished seventh on the team in tackles with 52 (31 solo), with 28 in the last four regular season games including 14 at Nebraska; the 52 tackles were the most ever by a true freshman at the time. He was a co-winner of the Lee Willard Award, presented by the coaching staff to the most outstanding freshmen, and The Sporting News selected him as a first-team freshman All-American.

As a high school senior at Serra (Los Angeles), he earned a host of All-America honors, and received the maximum 10 votes in being names to the prestigious Long Beach Press-Telegram’s Best-In-West team. He also lettered three times in tracks (sprints) and once in basketball.

Born September 25, 1979 in Los Angeles, Calif., he graduated with a degree in Ethnic Studies from CU in 2002, and is taking graduate courses in Business Administration. He is married to his high school sweetheart, the former Qiana Turner, and the couple has two daugh-ters, Joslyn (7) and Autumn (4), and one son Semion (2). As a player, he played with a small bible on the left side of his football pants. It was given to him from his grandmother on her deathbed before he watched her take her last breath, and he would think about her and that situation before every game.


Director of Player Personnel

Darian Hagan, one of the names synonymous with Colorado’s rise to glory in the late 1980s, is in his eighth season overall on the CU staff, shifting from coach into the role of director of player personnel in January 2011.

Hagan, 42, spent the previous five seasons (2006-10) as running backs coach, as he was one of two assistant coaches retained by new CU head coach Dan Hawkins when he was named to the position in December 2005.

He was named an offensive assistant coach on Gary Barnett’s staff on February 9, 2005, and worked with the skill position players on offense in the spring and fall in his first year as a full-time colle-giate assistant.

A popular coach with his players yet with a stern touch, he was coaching true freshman Rodney Stewart on the way to a 1,000-yard season in 2008 until a season-ending injury sidelined him in the ninth game of the 2008 season. Stewart’s 622 yards were the third most by a CU freshman in school history. In 2010, Stewart hit the plateau and then some, rushing for 1,318 yards and in position to threaten many of the school’s all-time rushing marks. In 2007, Hagan tutored Hugh Charles to a 1,000-yard year including the Independence Bowl; he has since gone on to play successfully in Canada.

Hagan made a difference in his first season (2006) mentoring the running backs, as CU had three 500-plus yard rushers for just the 10th time in its history. He also played a role in the development of quarterback Bernard Jackson, as Hagan’s own skills of blending the run and the pass rubbed off on the Buff junior in his first year as a starter.


He had a brief taste of coaching in the spring of 2004 as he subbed as secondary coach when the staff was minus a full-time assistant. Otherwise, he was the defensive technical intern for the ‘04 season, assuming that role in February of that year. It marked the third time he has made the University of Colorado his destination of choice.

He starred at quarterback for the Buffaloes between 1988 and 1991, leading the school to its first national championship, and following his professional playing career, returned in the mid-1990s to work as CU’s Alumni C Club Director.

Hagan left CU in the spring of 1998 to work as an area sales manager for the Transit Marketing Group. Three months into his new position, he was promoted to Southeast Regional Sales Manager. He remained in that position for over five years until deciding to pursue his dream as a coach and return to his alma mater for the third time. By working as a technical intern, he learned the intricacies of the profession in a hands-on role in his desire to coach; when a tempo-rary vacancy opened on the staff, he was “activated” as a coach to work with the defensive backs and it added to his penchant for the profession.

Arguably the best all-around athlete in the history of the CU foot-ball program, he was an integral part of CU’s run at two national championships in 1989 and 1990. The Buffs were 11-1 in 1989, losing to Notre Dame in the Orange Bowl, but went 11-1-1 in 1990 with a win over the Irish in an Orange Bowl rematch to give CU its first national title in football. CU was 28-5-2 with him as the starting quarterback for three seasons, including a 20-0-1 mark in Big Eight Conference games as he led the Buffs to three straight league titles in 1989, 1990 and 1991. His 28-5-2 record as a starter (82.9 winning percentage) is the 37th best in college football history.

In 1989, he became just the sixth player in NCAA history at the time to run and pass for over 1,000 yards in the same season, finish-ing, as just a sophomore, fifth in the balloting for the Heisman Trophy. He established the school record for total offense with 5,808 yards (broken three years later by Kordell Stewart), and is one of two players ever at CU to amass over 2,000 yards both rushing and pass-ing along with Bobby Anderson. He was a two-time all-Big Eight performer, and the league’s offensive player of the year for 1989 when he also was afforded various All-America honors. He still holds several CU records and was the school’s male athlete-of-the-year for the 1991-92 academic year.

In 2002, he was a member of the fourth class to be inducted into CU’s Athletic Hall of Fame, and his jersey (No. 3) is one of several to have been honored.

Hagan played for Toronto, Las Vegas and Edmonton over the course of five seasons in the Canadian Football League, mostly as a defensive back and special teams performer. He returned to CU to earn his diploma just prior to his last professional season, and grad-uated with a bachelor’s degree in sociology in May 1996. He was hired later that year (December 1) as the Alumni C Club Director, a position he held for 16 months until leaving for an incredible oppor-tunity in private business.

He was born February 1, 1970 in Lynwood, Calif., and graduated from Los Angeles’ Locke High School in 1988, where he lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track. He was drafted in two sports, football (by San Francisco in the fourth round in the 1992 NFL Draft) and baseball (selected as a shortstop by both Seattle and Toronto). He is the father two sons, Darian, Jr. (23), who played defensive back at California, and the late DeVaughn (who passed away on December 6, 2010 at the age of 19), and a daughter, Danielle (16).


Director of Football Administration

Kirk Jones is in his fourth year on the University of Colorado football staff in a full-time position, holding down his fourth position in as many years as he is now the program’s director of football administration. He serves as the point of contact for the program for high schools coaches for all things CU related, including camps and clinics.

He joined the staff as an intern for the operations staff in January 2009 and served as an operations assistant for the 2009 season, oper-ations and recruiting specialist in 2010 and director of high school relations in 2011.

Jones, 27, graduated from Metropolitan State College of Denver in May 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Industry Operations. Jones attended the University of Colorado from 2003 to 2006 before transferring to Metro State.

Born December 8, 1984 in Grand Junction, Colo., he attended Grand Junction High School where he lettered in cross country and track and field and also played baseball and basketball. He was an All-Conference and all-region track and cross country performer from his sophomore through senior seasons.


Assistant Director of Player Personnel

Max Allen is in his fourth year working on the University of Colorado football staff, his third in a full-time position as he serves as the assistant director of player personnel. He assists with on-campus recruiting and coordi-nates the freshman enrollment process. Allen, 24, joined the department in August 2010 as an operations intern and was promoted to his current position in March 2011. He graduated from CU with a degree in Business (Finance) in May 2010.

He was born January 31, 1988, in Durango, Colo., and graduated from Durango High School, where he lettered in football and base-ball. In his spare time, he enjoys skiing, hiking and spending as much time outdoors as possible.


Recruiting & Operations Assistant

Scott Unrein is in his first year on the University of Colorado football staff as the recruiting and operations assistant, named to the position in July 2012. His primary duties include overseeing the parents program, assist-ing with on-campus recruitassist-ing and daily football operations, including the team’s social media coordinator.

Unrein, 24, joined the football staff basically from the other side of Folsom Field, as he worked as an intern with the CU men’s golf for the 2010-11 season. While with the golf team, he helped facilitate and organize the 2011 NCAA Men’s Regional Championships that the Buffaloes hosted at Colorado National Golf Club in Erie, Colo.

He graduated from CU in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing. He also earned his Business of Sports Certificate in 2010.

He was born on August 31, 1988 in Sterling, Colo., and graduated from Rocky Mountain High School in Fort Collins where he played baseball and basketball. His hobbies include basketball, golf and hiking.



Administrative Assistant to the Head Coach

Sheryl Voth is in her second year with the Colorado football program as the administra-tive assistant to head coach Jon Embree, joining the staff in March 2011.

Voth’s physical move into her position was a short one, in fact, just down the hall: she worked in the Herbst Academic Center for student athletes. Before that she worked on the CU-Boulder campus as an administrative assistant in the Registrar’s Office. A long-time fan of CU athletics and basketball in particular, her family has owned CU’s men’s basketball season tickets since 1988.

A native of Boulder, she graduated from Fairview High School. The former Sheryl Bonnes, she is the mother of three, Tyler, Shelby and Shaylynne. When she was in sixth grade, she became one of the first girls in Boulder to play on a boys’ Little League Baseball team.

A professional cake decorator, including wedding cakes (she also used to teach classes), her hobbies include waterskiing, particularly at Lake Powell, snow skiing, hiking and biking. She has also coached youth basketball, as this winter will be her 14th year coaching a YMCA girls’ team in Boulder.


Administrative Assistant

Jean Onaga is in her 27th year with the Colorado football program as the administra-tive assistant to the assistant coaches, handling all secretarial duties for both the offensive and defensive coordinators and each staff as well.

She also coordinates all football office volun-teers and facilitates program activities and events including: pro scout visits, Pro Timing Day, Junior Team Pro Day and Big Man DL-OL Camp; she also coordinated former events such as the Coaches’ Clinic and Passing Jamboree. She also assists with registrations for various football camps and the Friday Night Lights camp.

She joined the football staff in January 1986 and is the longest continuous employee in the football department; only four current employees have been associated with the entire athletic department longer than her. She has worked with five CU head coaches: Bill McCartney, Rick Neuheisel, Gary Barnett, Dan Hawkins and now Jon Embree.

For her years of service, Jean was recognized as an honorary member of the Alumni C Club by the Board of Directors during CU-Missouri game on November 3, 2007.

Originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, Jean and her husband Loren, moved to Boulder in 1985. She graduated from McKinley High School and graduated from Kapiolani Community College with a degree in business. She enjoys making greeting cards, going to movies, going to air shows and traveling.


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