North Shore couple contributes to USS Daniel Inouye commissioning

  • Courtesy of Sharlene and David McCormick

    The 25-pound clock stands are made of koa harvested from Waimea Valley.

  • Courtesy of Sharlene and David McCormick

    Professional woodworkers David and Sharlene McCormick of Princeville beam outside their home.

  • Courtesy of Sharlene and David McCormick

    A Wailua Homesteads artist added engravings decorating each clock stand’s base.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island file

    A military helicopter maneuvers for media images as the USS Daniel Inouye sails by Nawiliwili Harbor last month.

PRINCEVILLE — A pair of North Shore woodworkers contributed to the pomp and circumstance surrounding the commissioning of the Navy’s newest destroyer, the USS Daniel Inouye, in Pearl Harbor today.

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