Steve Paschal
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I've been a wargamer since the 70's, and I live in Hawaii and am self employed as a fine artist.

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At 3:31am on December 5, 2012, Thomas G. Chapman said…

Aloha, Mr. Paschal. I resided in Ewa Beach from 1988 - 1994, and earned my Nursing Degree from UH at Manoa (employed at St. Francis Medical Center West from 1992 until I relocated to the mainland in 1994). I still miss the islands at times. Your artwork is impressive; I'm envious - pencil sketching was all I was ever good at. If you are in to unhealthy junk food, have a pork manapua and a spam musubi on me! Haven't had those since I left Oahu...


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