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Paul Brewbaker, Bank of Hawaii Chief Economist is pau (gone)

It was while attending a memorial service last week that I learned that Bank of Hawaii Chief Economist, Paul Brewbaker, was no longer with on the bank's staff.   That was confirmed by an article in Pacific Business News which you can read HERE.

I have heard Mr. Brewbaker speak at many of our Realtor functions and he is both insightful and entertaining.  He had the ability to take what is normally a dry and difficult subject and make it easily understood and fun.

Pacific Business News says the departure was part of a cost cutting move by Bank of Hawaii as it reacts to current economic trends.

Mr. Brewbaker's latest economic forecast for Hawaii can be found HERE.  I have always relied heavily on his inputs and keep hard copies available for distribution.

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Comment balloon 3 commentsRichard T. Dolbeare • February 23 2009 06:03PM

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Nice post.  Way to keep locals up on what is happening in your market.  Aloha.

Posted by Michael Lee (Frog Realty) over 9 years ago

I hope we hear from Paul Brewbaker in the future he always gives informative and entertaining presentations. February seems really busy in Oahu and Kauai. Car rentals are really tight unless you made a reservation way in advance. 

Posted by Julie A. Black, CLHMS, CRS, GRI, Realtor, Broker (KAUAI DREAMS REALTY Kauai Real Property Specialist) over 9 years ago

I did notice that Mokulele Airlines was nearly full on my recent flight from Oahu to Maui.  It was only last month that there were only 4 passengers and 2 of those were flight attendants!  I wonder what this means?

Posted by Richard T. Dolbeare, R(B), ABR, CRS...Hawaii Multi-Island Specialist (KW Island Living) over 9 years ago

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