Glen Moribe has been a volunteer of Hawaiian Financial Federal Credit Union since 1997. He is a veteran of the telecommunications industry, having served in various Accounting and Engineering positions at GTE Hawaiian Tel for twenty years, as a Director of Finance at Sprint PCS & Sprint Hawaii for eight years. Glen retired in 2014 after serving as the Senior Manager of Assets & Project Accounting at Hawaiian Telcom for 9 years. Glen retired as the Controller of Aala Meat Market , Inc. in 2021. Glen is the Secretary of the Hawaiian Chinese Shar Pei Club, is a member of the Bishop’s Committee at Good Samaritan Episcopal Church and is a member of the Confrerie des Vignerons de Saint Vincent Macon wine society. Glen received his Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University and a Master's of Business Administration from Chaminade University.
William "Primo" Pimental has been a volunteer of Hawaiian Financial Federal Credit Union since 1992. He is a retiree and veteran of GTE Hawaiian Tel where he served for thirty-two years. At retirement, he was the Island Manager of Maui, Molokai and Lanai.
He is active in the Kaneohe community where he lives with his wife Pat. Primo has a Bachelor's of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Hawaii. He continues to work in the telecommunications industry as a manufacturer's
Gerald Noda has been a volunteer with the Hawaiian Financial Federal Credit Union since 2010. He is currently Vice President of Communication Consulting Services, Inc. (CCSI), a local telecommunications service company specializing in telecom consulting, design, engineering, project management, and installation. Prior to joining CCSI, Gerald served for twenty-five years at Verizon Hawaii and GTE Hawaiian Tel in various management positions including General Manager - Infrastructure Provisioning, Director - Construction, and Manager - Access Design & Construction. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Hawaii, a Masters of Business Administration from Chaminade University, and an Electronic System/Telecommunications Specialty Contractor License.
Wanda Beppu has been a volunteer of Hawaiian Financial Federal Credit Union since 1995. Wanda is currently at Queens Health Systems working in their IT Networking Group as a Project Manager. She previously worked at CCSI assisting key Clients HSG Judiciary IT Department, Kamehameha & Punahou Schools. As a retiree from Verizon Hawaii, some of her duties were Verizon Hawaii Project Manager, GTE Hawaiian Tel Information Technology Services (ITS) Data Center Manager, GTE Hawaiian Tel Senior Systems Analyst, and GTE Hawaiian Tel Data Administrator. Some of Wanda's activities include participating in Autism Hawaii, American Cancer Society, and volunteering in American Heart Association & Special Olympics. Wanda graduated from the University of Hawaii with a degree in Sociology and Business Administration.
Deborah Lau Okamura has been a volunteer of Hawaiian Financial Federal Credit Union since 1986. Debbie retired from Verizon. Her past responsibilities included marketing, sales, product management, marketing communications, promotions, advertising and event planning. Debbie is currently involved with the American Cancer Society Relay For Life, Bishop Museum, Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu, IMUA Group, Ka Lei Papahi o Kakuhihewa, Kamehameha Schools Alumni, 2100 Residence HOA, Waikiki Aquarium, Washington Place and Women Voters Honolulu. Debbie graduated from Kamehameha Schools and Creighton University with a Business Administration degree. She enjoys spending time with family and friends and traveling with her husband, Brian.
Calvin Choy has been a volunteer at Hawaiian Financial Federal Credit Union since 1984. After 39 1/2 years with Hawaiian Telcom and its predecessors Verizon Hawaii and GTE Hawaiian Tel, serving in a variety of management positions in engineering, construction and marketing organizations, Calvin elected to retire and embark on a new career as Business Development Manager for Henkels & McCoy, Inc. After spending nine years in that role, Calvin retired once again in the spring of 2017. Calvin received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Hawaii and his Masters of Business Administration from Central Michigan University. He is a Registered Professional Engineer, a Licensed General Engineering and Specialty Contractor, and belongs to several professional and technical associations.