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Posted on: September 8, 2022

Mayor Victorino releases statement following death of Queen Elizabeth II

“On behalf of the people of the County of Maui, my wife Joycelyn and I extend our aloha and deepest sympathies to the family of Queen Elizabeth II and to the people of the United Kingdom. The Union Jack, on Hawaii’s flag since 1816, is a symbol of the long friendship between our islands and the British Isles.

Queen Elizabeth devoted her life to public service during good times and bad. Her ability to change with the times throughout her 70-year reign made her a relevant and beloved role model. Her lifelong commitment to her people is an inspiration to us all.”

 

---Maui County Mayor Michael P. Victorino

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