Ron Menor 67, longtime Hawaii politician passed away, community mourn

Ron Menor 67, longtime Hawaii politician passed away, community mourn

Ron Menor 67, longtime Hawaii politician passed away, community mourn

Ron Menor Death – Ron Menor, a well-known politician from Hawaii who served in elected positions on the Honolulu City Council and the Legislature for many years with “passionate service,” has passed away. He was 67. Tuesday night, Gov. Josh Green made the announcement, stating that Menor had passed away the day before due to a “unexpected medical emergency.” In a statement, Green added, “We remember with fondness Ron’s passionate service to the people of Hawaii over the many years he served in the Legislature and on the Honolulu City Council.”

Information in details

Menor, who served as the Council’s previous chair, was referred to as a “valiant public servant” by Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi. In a statement, Blangiardi praised Ron as “a tireless leader who championed his community and had an incredible impact on our city.” We are all indebted to him for his public service. Menor is survived by his wife, Patricia, and sons Benjamin, Andrew and Anthony. Benjamin Menor and Lilian Menor’s late son, Menor, served as justices on the Hawaii Supreme Court. And he served in public office for a long time. He held positions as a state senator, a state representative, and a member of the Honolulu City Council.

Ronald Kouchi stated

As a law clerk for the Hawaii Supreme Court, Menor started his legal career. In an interview with the Hawaii State Bar Association, he said his decision to pursue the law and become a public servant was influenced by his father. “My decision to enter the legal profession was also motivated by my desire to make a difference in the lives of people,” Menor said. Many of his colleagues also expressed astonishment over the news and remembered his persistent work for the community as a new parliamentary session was about to begin on Wednesday. State Senator Ronald Kouchi said, “We were surprised, shocked, and saddened by the news; nobody saw this coming.”

“We appreciate his family allowing him to serve so long in public service and sharing him with the state of Hawaii.” Speaker of the House Scott Saiki added, “He did serve with us in the House previously. He was a gentleman and a smart man. He will be missed by us. Sherry Menor-McNamara, a prominent businesswoman in Hawaii, released a statement on Menor’s behalf, stating that her cousin “Ron” “was truly dedicated to public service and wanted nothing more than to make Hawaii a better place to live.”

PC: Alfred Al Simbahon

News from 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *