About Us — Founder —cont
Kerrith H. (Kerry) King, 79, is founder and president of Community
Communications. Kerry has been a leadership-relationship communication-skills
coach/consultant in Hawaii for forty-three years.
Kerry has consulted for such clients as
Mike McCormack Realtors (formerly Hawaii's
largest realtor), Hobart Corp., Budar Advertising, President of Pacific
Construction (builders of the Ala Moana Shopping Center), R. M. Towill Corp.
(builders of the Honolulu Airport), U.S. Postal Service—Oahu, Honolulu Star
Bulletin, Hickam Air Force ... Wing, Chief
psychiatrist of Leahi Hospital, Makiki Mental Health Clinic, Hawaii Child Care Centers (a school system), Director of the State Department of Health—Big Isle,
Manager of John Hancock
Life Insurance of Hawaii—Oahu, Church of Religious Science (Hilo, Oahu),
Department of the Air Force, many educators, attorneys, doctors, dentists and
Kerry, with a B.A. and an M.A. in Speech Communication, has taught part-time for the University of Hawaii's
Speech/Communication Department on the Manoa and Hilo campuses and its College
of Continuing Education as well as for JAIMS (Japanese-American Institute of Management Science).
Prior to becoming a consultant Kerry was a career military officer. He served as
an enlisted man in the Navy on
submarines and then with UDT-21 (Underwater
Demolition Team - Class #20). UDT has since transitioned into today's
SEALs.* He left the Navy to
attend college and through R.O.T.C. (as the top cadet) received a Regular Army Commission. During his two tours in
Vietnam he served both as an Infantry Platoon Leader (173'rd Airborne) and an
Infantry Company Commander (82'nd Airborne). A gunshot wound ended his military
career. He has two bronze stars (one for valor) and two purple hearts.
* Kerry, through ComCom, has sponsored and maintained
Obituary Records website for over 15 years.
After consulting and teaching on Oahu for thirteen years Kerry retired to
the Big Isle. In 1988 he donated an Organization Communication Workshop to the
"East Hawaii Coalition to Stop Food Irradiation." That one workshop evolved into
what's now called Community Communications (ComCom), a truly (no advertising
and no one gets
paid) nonprofit, 501(c)(3),
educational organization. The various activists of the Big Isle were
responsible for enrolling more than 1000 participants into the
Communication-Skills Workshop for Community Leaders, a.k.a., The Introduction to
Leadership Communication-Skills Workshop.
Kerry's military training experiences represent proven educational processes
having to do with teamwork and excellence. He has integrated these various
leadership-communication models with what is currently being taught in the
fields of human potential and speech-communication. Ninety-five percent of the
written by ComCom's
participants report favorably. Most participants say it transforms their
experience of communication.
Kerry also does free three-hour Communication Consultations/Coaching for individuals, couples, and small-groups;
he also facilitates 6-month
Support Groups. For a
free three-hour communication-skills consult
appointment (in person or by telephone) go
For workshop information please
When making an appointment from other than Hawaii
here for the time in Hawaii.