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COURTESY OF COMMUNICATIONS PACIFIC Harold Castle and his wife, Alice Hedemann Castle. Castle died in 1967, leaving 25 percent of his assets to his charitable foundation, 30 percent to his children through a trust and 45 percent to his wife.
STAR-ADVERTISER FILE A view of a developing Kailua in 1969. Harold Castle transformed the Windward Oahu crop land into a booming residential area. He said in a newspaper interview in 1964:?“My original feeling toward this general area has stayed with me through many years and is still with me today. I feel we have a combination of beneficial elements that are unequal anywhere in the islands.”