In August, the Class of 1968 bid Aloha and Rest In Peace to classmate Michael Del Rosario. Michael was one of the class “kolohe” guys who always had a ready smile and story to share. He gave instructions that he didn’t want a sad service, thus his family and friends did their best to laugh and smile. Despite being an average student in high school, Michael earned all of his educational degrees in education after the age of 50. He found his passion in teaching subjects like math to science to computers at several Honolulu schools including the Argosy University. About a dozen fellow classmates gathered at his service to recall his basketball playing years for Lana’i High and his love of sharing jokes and pranks. A hui hou, Mike RIP – you were one of the Block 35 kids – mahalo for the good times!