Jon McKenna out as head of Associa Hawaii

Jon McKenna, who since 2012 led Associa Hawaii, one of the largest property management companies in the state, is no longer with the firm, a spokesman for the company’s Texas-based parent confirmed to Pacific Business News.  McKenna, whose title was branch president of Associa Hawaii, left the company on Monday, Billy Rudolph, spokesman for Associa, told PBN. Rudolph could not confirm any details as to why McKenna was let go or whether he was fired or quit, but said that a new leadership team, including a new branch president, will be announced on Wednesday.    Read the article…………..


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