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Bank of Hawaii Promotes Five to Vice President: Eng, Lammay, Park, Saniatan and Sugai

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Honolulu, Hawaii (June 5, 2008) - Bank of Hawaii recently promoted the following five from assistant vice president to vice president:

Betty Eng has been named vice president while continuing in her role as manager of staff advisory, Equal Employment Opportunities/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) in Bank of Hawaii’s Human Resources Department.  She oversees employee relations for the bank’s workforce, develops policies and procedures relating to affirmative action plans and employee assistance programs, and serves as a resource for managers.

Eng joined the bank in April 2006, and previously worked as an attorney providing legal counsel for organizations such as the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the City of Boston, and as a law clerk for the U.S. Department of Labor in Washington, D.C.  She also served as manager of workforce programs for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and manager of employee relations for HMSA.

She received a bachelor of science degree in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University and law degree from Boston College.  Eng is a member of the Cornell National Honor Scholar Mentor Program.

David Lammay has been named a vice president and continues his role as documentation and operations manager in the bank’s Documentation and Booking Services Department in the Business Banking Division.  His responsibilities include managing daily loan documentation and operations for business and private banking loans. 

Before joining the Business Banking Division, Lammay served as an assistant vice president and documentation and operations manager in the bank’s Consumer Lending Division. Prior to joining Bank of Hawaii in 2004, he served as an assistant vice president and operations manager at Wells Fargo Bank in Walnut Creek, Calif.

Blanche T. Park has been promoted to vice president and continues in her role as branch manager of the Kaimuki Branch, where she oversees day-to-day branch sales and customer service.   She joined Bank of Hawaii as a teller at the airport branch in 1994, and has served as the Kaimuki branch manager since 2006.  Previously, Park served as the in-store branch manager at Star Markets in Kahala Mall from 1996 to 2004.  She also served as a regional coordinator of in-store branches for all of Oahu from August 2004 to January 2006. 

Park is a board member of the Kaimuki Business and Professional Association.

Enelita L. Saniatan has been promoted to vice president and continues as a service manager with the Waipahu Branch, a position she has held since 1995, managing all aspects of branch operations, customer service and regulatory compliance. She joined Bank of Hawaii as a summer intern in 1982 and has been promoted to positions of increasing responsibility during her past 25 years of continuous service with the bank. Saniatan also worked in Bank of Hawaii’s Investment Department from 1986 to 1995, rising to treasury/investment assistant manager.  Prior to that, she also served as an operations supervisor for two years at Bank of Hawaii’s main branch. 

Saniatan earned a bachelor of business administration degree in management from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Scott H. Sugai has been appointed vice president.   He continues his role as business continuity plan coordinator which includes developing, implementing and maintaining the bank’s business continuity program to ensure that business operations remain viable during and after emergencies.
 
Since joining Bank of Hawaii in 1986 as a sorter operator in the Transaction Processing Department, he has held positions in various departments including the electronic banking group where he supported the launch of e-Bankoh, Bank of Hawaii’s Internet banking and bill pay service.

Sugai holds a bachelor of science degree in computer science from Hawaii Pacific University and serves as secretary on the board of Contingency Planners of the Pacific.