Chapter House


The Aloha Chapter Memorial Library was established in 1906 and houses 3500 volumes in the basement of the Chapter House. Please call 808.949.7256 for current opening hours or e-mail for further information.  The Chapter House is pictured at left.







Constitution Week

Constitution Week  


Hawaii Literacy



Aloha Chapter Present and Past Military Members

Donna Wendt, US Army Capt (retired)
Debra Straight, US Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant (retired)
Laura Ingenluyfft, US Navy (retired)
Pauline Wagnon,  US Army Chief Senior Master Sergeant (retired)
Mary Gilreath (Jentz), US Marine Corps, (active duty)
Melissa Dennis, US Navy (active duty)
Stephanie Martinell, US Army (active duty)
Jennifer Scheil, US Navy (active duty)
Louise S. Harris, US Air Force Capt (Associate Member) 

Participation in:

Citizenship Ceremonies
4th of July Parade
Wounded Warrior Regatta
Waianae Veterans
ROTC Medals


Ada Davidson, deceased. Petty Officer 3rd Class, Radioman, Womens Accepted Volunteer Emergency Services (WAVES); March 1943-December 1945; Boot Camp Hunter College, New York. U.S. Navy Radio School, Oxford, Ohio; Naval Air Station, Dallas, TX; General Lyman Field, Hilo, Hawaii; Aloha Chapter member; Honorary State Regent;



Margaret Lucy Howard (Kleinkopf), deceased. Lieutenant, U.S. Navy Nurse Corps, 1943-1951. Served: Noumea, New Caledonia; Auckland, New Zealand, American Samoa; U.S. Navy Hospital Mare Island, CA. Discharged March 21, 1951. Died in Corvallis, OR April 14, 1998; Aloha Chapter, Past State Regent.



On December 7, the chapter presents a wreath and participates in ceremonies on the USSMemorial Arizona Memorial as guests of the Commander, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam and the National Park Service. A wreath is also presented at Hickam Air Field’s December 7th ceremony.  Pictured left, DAR members on the USS Arizona December 7, 2013.  On Memorial Day and Veterans Day, we present wreaths at the National Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) and leis to the Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery.  A wreath is also presented in May at the anniversary of the West Loch tragedy.





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