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Mary (Maizie) Cameron Sanford '48

Mary (Maizie) Cameron Sanford '48 and her family have a rich history with Hawaii's pineapple and real estate ventures. Sanford is the Director Emeritus of the Maui Land and Pineapple Company, and the retired Chairman and President of Maui Publishing Company.
Mary (Maizie) Cameron Sanford '48 and her family have a rich history with Hawaii's pineapple and real estate ventures. Sanford is the Director Emeritus of the Maui Land and Pineapple Company, and the retired Chairman and President of Maui Publishing Company. Cameron served as the publisher of the Maui News until 1995.

Cameron sits on the board of the Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation and the J. Walter Cameron Center. Sanford also serves on the board of the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society, and is a past secretary of the board for the Gorilla Foundation.

After Dana, Cameron graduated from Smith College in 1952. She then studied Hawaiian archeology at University of Hawaii.

Cameron's mother, Frances Baldwin Cameron '22, also attended Dana Hall. In 1998, Sanford received Dana Hall's Distinguished Alumna Award.
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    "I love playing basketball at Dana. Our team is really like a family, and we’ve grown so much over the three years I’ve been on the team. My freshman year I never would have thought that we would be able to win the EIL league, but this past winter we did! What makes the team so great is how we look out for each other on and off the court. My teammates are my biggest supporters and it’s always great when we get to welcome new members onto the team. I can’t wait to be captain next year."
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