, Dec. 25, 2010, in Sagle, Idaho, at 68. He earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of California, Berkeley. He worked for Hawaii’s Department of Health, consulted with the U.S. Navy’s Alcohol Assessment Program, and taught in the University of Hawaii’s departments of anthropology and counseling psychology—all while maintaining a private clinical psychology practice. In retirement in Idaho, he was a grief counselor and learned to sculpt and paint. Survivors include his wife, Wanita, his mother, a sister, and four cats.