Former Honolulu public safety director remembered – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2022-05-20 17:36:56 –

Honolulu (KHON2) — Hawaii Governor David Ige has issued a statement regarding the death of a former public security director.

According to DPS, Nolan Espinda was the director of the Department of Public Safety and the watchman of the Halawa Correctional Facility.

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Espinda began his career at DPS in 1983 and held various positions within the department.

Ige said Nolan Espinda’s career was spent serving the general public in correctional facilities and management in Hawaii.

“”I am saddened by this sudden and tragic loss and am deeply grateful to Nolan for his dedication and many years of public service. I wish him the strength and peace of his family in difficult days.“”

GOV.David Ige

Toni Schwartz, a spokeswoman for the Hawaii Department of Public Safety, reiterated Ige’s thoughts on Espinda’s career.

According to Schwartz, Espinda devoted his entire career to modifying and serving the people of Hawaii.

“His tragic premature loss surprises us all. We would like to express our heartfelt condolences to his family and his DPS Ohana,” Schwartz said.

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Espinda Vote in the Senate Serve another 4 years ago in April 2019 Retired on August 31st.

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