May Makana Pono
Posted on May 14, 2020
Kevin Dulig, our Makana Pono awardee for the month of May, has selected an organization that is near and dear to his heart. Kevin serves as the minister of Mililani Assembly Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses and has personally experienced benefits from this group. Now, Kevin is choosing to give back to this organization through his Makana Pono donation.
“This organization has greatly improved my life to help me to be the employee I am today,” said Kevin. “It is what I have learned through this organization that I am able to cope with life's problems and have a balanced view of working with hospice patients.”
The Mililani Assembly Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses provides disaster relief work, educational programs, and emotional relief efforts in the community, serving individuals from a variety of backgrounds throughout Hawaii.
This June, Kevin will mark four years working at Islands Hospice. Originally hired as a CNA, Kevin has shown great flexibility and versatility and is now currently working as an office assistant in our Kapolei office. An enthusiastic team player, Kevin assists nurses in the field with medication uploads, ordering durable medical equipment, and maintaining communication with physicians’ offices and patients’ families. He has also stepped in to assist the supply department and is always willing to provide support in any area to help Islands Hospice carry out its mission.
Kevin would like to say thank you to everyone who has impacted his life, either by example or through simple conversations in passing. “Though we may feel as if our work goes unnoticed within such a large company, we all contribute to help one another to give the best care to those we help. Keep up the great work!”
He encourages anyone interested in Mililani Assembly Hall and Jehovah’s Witnesses to visit his group’s website at JW.org.