SERVPRO of Hawaii | SERVPRO of Maui Employee Photos

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Brian Konishi

Brian Konishi is our Owner and Operator. His initial adventure with SERVPRO began decades ago when he was an owner of an Insurance Agency. Brian is our go-to expert on any insurance related issues. Through out his personal and professional life he was always an active member of our local community. Brian is very involved in the daily operations, his office door are always open for everyone. He enjoys fishing and playing golf here on the Island. 

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Todd Cales

Todd our General Manager is originally from Detroit, MI and has been a member of SERVPRO of Hawaii Ohana since 2008. He is also a Volunteer Firefighter and holds a WRT and ASC certifications. You could say, that throughout his career he has saved people pouring water and also pumping water. His experience is invaluable. Often, he is the first one responding to your emergencies. When he does have a free time, you can see him riding his Harley while exploring the island. 

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Justin Walpole

Justin, our Production Manager, he has joined our Ohana from Cincinnati, OH where he has studied Fire Science, which is very convenient, but he also studied Personal Training. Additionally, he has been trained in responding to emergencies where he has proved to be calm, efficient and a great leader. He has two dogs, and he loves taking them to the beach. 

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Neilana Yong

Neilana, Lani as she would like to be called for short, is our Job File Coordinator. Lani takes care of our paperwork, making the whole process quicker and easier for our customers. She was born and raised here on the Big Island, but she did spend the last decade in California. Since her return, she is very close with the local community, she volunteers at the local school and annually for the Kona Ironman Championships.