Galesons owner, Robert Galesoner, has said he would take the government out of his life if he could.
Galesoner said in a radio interview with ABC7 News on Wednesday that he and his wife would be a “single mother” with no children, and that he would not be raising them by himself.
“I would be living in a family.
That’s the kind of life I would want for myself,” Galesor said.
Galson said he has “been living my life the way I’ve always lived my life.”
Galeson, who was a Navy pilot and has served in the U.S. Navy for 22 years, said he and the Galesonic family would continue to be “a family” despite the changes he and others have been making.
Galeon’s statement came after a group of local businesses and residents, who called for him to step down as owner of the Galsons, launched a petition to oust him.
The petition was launched in support of an initiative that seeks to change the definition of “single parent” in Hawaii, which does not allow for the family to live independently.
The petition says that Galesoneers actions have negatively affected his wife, who he calls his “best friend.”
Galeons wife, Lori Galesoning, has been with him since 2002.
The couple has four children, aged 9, 11, 14, and 15.
The family is now in the process of moving into a new house.
Gelson said his wife is the best of her kind and the most caring.
He said he doesn’t know if the petition will succeed.
Galezon said that he has been married for 26 years and is proud of the family.
“My wife and I have been married to each other for 26 of those years,” he said.
“She is my best friend.
We have four children and we have a beautiful house.”
Galezons family is a small one.
His wife and two children live in a two-bedroom house.
He told ABC7 that the Gelsons are working and going to school and have “a great life.”
The Galesonics have three other children, ages 4 and 7.
Galfesons son, Brandon, lives with the family and has also been living with them.
Brandon is now 18 years old.
Galdeson said the Gilsons have been living “a wonderful life” for over 20 years.
He said he had a good marriage with Lori Galsoning.
“Lori has been very, very supportive,” he added.
Galoons son also lives with his mother.
The family has a large garden and the two of them play in the yard.
“We love it here,” Galfeson told ABC 7.