William “Bill” Henderson

William “Bill” Henderson

William “Bill” Henderson, 74, of Kailua, a Marine Corps veteran, died. He was born at sea. He is survived by wife Dede, daughter Paula Holland, brother Paul Lofton and a grandchild. Service were held at 9 a.m. Aug. 17, 2016 at Kailua Canoe Club Boathouse, Kailua Beach Park.

Source: http://obits.staradvertiser.com/2016/08/06/william-t-henderson/

Update on Bill’s Career from 2007: William “Bill” Henderson Appointed VP of Development of Aqua Hotels

Aqua-Aston Hospitality 30 Oct 07

WAIKIKI BEACH, Hawaii | Aqua Hotels & Resorts recently announced that William “Bill” Henderson has joined the company as

Other senior-level positions within the industry held by Henderson include Senior VP Marketing and Customer Services for Hawaiian Airlines. Henderson received his BA Math/Economics from Duke University and his MBA Marketing/Finance from the University of Hawaii.

He has a distinguished military service record, having served in the U. S. Marine Corps as Captain – Infantry and Intelligence and awarded the Silver Star, Navy Commendation Medal w/ combat V, Presidential Unit Citation and Navy Unit Citation.

Throughout his career, Henderson has been active and involved in the visitor industry and the community. He has served on both the Marketing and Research committees for the Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau; Marketing Authority and Board of Directors for Pacific Asia Travel Assn (PATA international); Board of Directors of International Hawaiian Canoe Assn; Board of Directors of the Australia-Hawaii Chamber of Commerce; Airline Committee for the Guam Visitors Bureau; Airline Committee for the Tahiti Tourism Bureau; adjunct teacher of Marketing at Hawaii Pacific University; and Strategic Marketing and Research Instructor for Executive Development Institute for Tourism program at University of Hawaii

There are numerous opportunities throughout Hawaii and Bill knows exactly what Aqua is looking for to complement our portfolio added Paulin. His development acumen and invaluable relationships in the business community are sure to advance Aquaai’s growth objectives as Hawaiiai’s only boutique hotel chain.

Source: http://m.hospitalitynet.org/news/4033548.html

Comments are closed.