Upon a Soldier's death, the U.S. Army is required to make a reasonable and good faith effort to determine if any local debts exist. Legal notices for claims of indebtedness will be posted for a minimum of three weeks.

U.S. Army Hawaii and U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii extends sincere regrets and condolences to the families and units who have lost Soldiers.

 

Current Notices

The commander of the 25th Division Sustainment Brigade regrets to announce the death of Spc. Michael K. Lane. Second Lt. Vejohn E. Torres has been appointed as the summary court martial officer and will settle all claims for or against Lane's estate. Anyone owing money or having a just claim for or against Lane's estate should contact Torres at vejohn.e.torres.mil@mail.mil.

The commander of the 25th Division Sustainment Brigade regrets to announce the death of Spc. Andrew E. Smith II. 1st Lt. Brian F. Gallagher has been appointed as the summary court martial officer and will settle all claims for or against the Smith's estate. Anyone owing money or having a just claim for or against Smith's estate should contact Gallagher at brian.f.gallagher5.mil@mail.mil.