Inouye, Beverly

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Inouye, Beverly

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  • Inouye, Kiyoko

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1930-2009

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Kiyoko (Beverly) Inouye was known as Cookie to her childhood friends and Beverly in most official communication, she was the 2nd daughter and youngest child of Zennosuke and Hatsuno Inouye. Beverley graduated from UBC in 1953 with a BA 2nd class and subsequently worked in high schools and junior highs in Powell River, Hamilton, and North Vancouver as a math teacher. She helped researchers when her father's correspondence become of interest, had strong friendships with the women she went to school with and carried on correspondence with many photos. Later in her life she volunteered at the Japanese Canadian War Memorial.

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Inouye, Zennosuke (1884-1957)

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Inouye, Hatsuno (1900-1993)

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Inouye (family) (1883-2009)

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