Mitch D Olier
Mitch D'Olier, is president and chief executive of Kaneohe Ranch Co. and the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation, both since 2002. D'Olier is active in Hawai'i politics and has been mentioned as a possible candidate for governor.
According to the Kaneohe Ranch website:
Kaneohe Ranch manages the real estate owned by the family trusts of Harold K. L. Castle and Alice H. Castle and their non-profit charitable foundation, the Harold K. L. Castle Foundation. The real estate portfolio consists of major land holdings located in Kailua on the Windward side of Oahu, Hawaii, as well as other Oahu and mainland United States properties.
D'Olier is an attorney who used to advise Hawaiian Airlines before briefly serving as its president, got the top operating job at Victoria Ward in 1993. 
D'Olier eventually became the president and CEO of Victoria Ward Ltd. Mitch D'Olier spent most of 2002 as head of Victoria Ward Ltd. selling off the business.
Mitch D’Olier has been elected chairman of the Hawaii Business Roundtable
- Kaneohe Ranch
- Ward retailers hope unifying will remedy `no-man's land' by Heather Tang Pacific Business News, 7-3-2000.
- Retailer to open 3rd O'ahu store By Dan Nakaso Honolulu Advertiser, 6-3-05.
- Schaefers, Allison. Leasehold owners face eviction -- Kailuan residents worry about the future after talks with their landowner break off Honolulu Star-Bulletin, December 22, 2007.
- Dooley, Jim. Eviction suit filed against The Kailuan holdouts Honolulu Advertiser, January 4, 2008.
- D'Olier, Mitch. Another View: The Kailuan was never intended to be ‘affordable housing’ Honolulu Star-Bulletin, January 6, 2008.
- The Mitch pitch: Mitch D'Olier transformed Kakaako into a shopping destination. Now he wants to revitalize sleepy Kailua town. (Hawaii Business, 3/1/2003)