Yes, Brian was born with cerebral palsy. He lives in Kailua, and as luck would have it, a few houses away from neighbor Jeff Rheinbold, a defensive coach for the UH Warriors. Rheinbold recognized Brian's intelligence, his gift with computers, and his big heart. He offered Brian a postion on the Warrior's staff, and the rest is history. Brian has shown that he's a winner.
Left to right: Grandpa Kajiyama, Parents Grace and Bert Kajiyama and Kailua Rep. Pono Chong, surround Brian with his certificate.
Wait, there's more. He also loves movies, books, music, and he's a blogger! Check out his blog here, called Brian's Ramblings, and you'll find that he's 31, lives in Kailua, his favorite movie is "Something About Mary", his favorite book is "Letters from a Nut", and he likes the Black Eyed Peas and Jack Johnson. On his blog, you'll also see a video on Brian and his important role with the UH Warrior team.
The resolution was offered by Rep. Gene Ward, and seconded by Rep. John Mizuno.