Friday, May 22, 2009


Preservation Architects Honored for Community Service
May 22, 2009

HONOLULU: Historic Hawai‘i Foundation has awarded its annual President’s Commendation to Tonia S. Moy and Glenn E. Mason for outstanding service to the organization.

At the foundation’s annual meeting on May 21, Mason and Moy were recognized for providing exceptional service to Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, including significant pro bono services.

“These preservation professionals are well-known across the state for their expertise in preservation architecture, architectural history and the complexities of preservation standards and processes,” noted President Tim Johns in the award presentation.

Johns outlined the breadth and quality of the services that both Moy and Mason have provided, adding, “These activities, and the generous sharing of their time, expertise and professional credentials have strengthened Historic Hawai‘i Foundation’s Preservation Resource Center and furthered HHF’s larger educational and advocacy mission.”

The President’s Commendation is given to an individual or organization annually who has contributed not only to the cause of historic preservation, but specifically to Historic Hawai‘i Foundation (HHF) as an organization. HHF is a membership-based 501(c)(3) charitable organization that encourages preservation of historic sites on all the islands of Hawai‘i. More information is available at

Photo: Tonia Moy visiting historic sites on Kauai as part of her volunteer work with Historic Hawaii Foundation.


Kiersten Faulkner
Executive Director