American aviator who piloted Hawaii’s initial industrial flight. He was created in NY, but relocated to Hawaii in 1919. He and a pal flew a single-engine airplane that carried people over the Hawaiian islands for $10 per every 10 minutes of air travel. His grand-niece, Charlene Fern, was a observed journalist who also offered being a speechwriter for First Female Laura Bush. He and fellow aviator Bert Hinkler had been blessed in the same calendar year.