In 1959, Tim McCullough moved from his birthplace, Avalon, on the small southern California island of Catalina (population 1,600) to the island of Oahu, Hawaii, where the population and economy was about to enter an era of explosive growth associated with statehood and introduction of the commercial jet airliner. Tim’s father, Reyn, had founded his haderdashery on Catalina 10 years prior and had determined Hawaii was the natural destination for expansion. In those very initial years, the family was to split their time between a few summer months in Avalon and the balance of the year in Honolulu.
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