Lorrie Ann was born and raised on Oahu and has grown up on her  family's ranch, Gunstock Ranch, in La’ie, Hawaii.  She has lived and worked the Paniolo lifestyle where they raise cattle, horses, and operate a horseback riding business.  Lorrie Ann is a 2015 high school graduate from Kahuku High School. She grew up in the 4H organization raising and showing a variety of livestock animals. She has been successful in the Hawaii Women’s Rodeo and High School Rodeo Associations as well as competed at the High School National Finals Rodeo.  Lorrie Ann served as the National High School Rodeo Student Secretary in 2015.

Lorrie Ann is grateful for this honor and opportunity to represent Hawaii as Miss Rodeo Hawaii. She looks forward to being an advocate for the Paniolo lifestyle and sharing the beauties of our State.

Congratulations Lorrie Ann from the Cutter Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram All American Rodeo!

Lorrie Ann is going into her Junior year at University Montana Western where she is majoring in Natural Horsemanship and Business Administration.  She stays busy serving at the university level with being active in clubs and various leadership positions.   Lorrie Ann has enjoyed the challenges that come when working with colts and preparing them for competition and sale. She is a member of the college rodeo team at UMW and and has qualified in the goat tying event to compete at the College National Finals Rodeo in June 2017.