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Samuel Alexander Cooke

Samuel Alexander Cooke was brokerage house executive.

Background

  • Cooke, Samuel Alexander was born on March 9, 1937. Daughter of Charles Montague and Edith Sloggert Cooke.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Hotel Administration, Cornell University, 1959.

    Career

    • Vice president Intra-Island Retreats, Honolulu. Senior vice president Dean Witter/Morgan Stanley, 1964. Retired, 2002

      Board directors Waterhouse Inc.

      Advisor Alternative Energy Systems Hawaii, since 1995. Captain United States Army, 1959-1966.

    Membership

    Cofounder Kuali'i Foundation, Honolulu, 1995, Manoa Heritiage Center, Honolulu, 1995. Founding director Hawaii Community Foundation, 1985. Vice president Strong Foundation, 1965.

    Trustee Hawaii Pacific University, 1991. President Cooke Foundation Ltd., since 1985. Chairman board trustees Honolulu Academy Arts, since 1969.

    Board advisors Conservation Fund American, since 1992. Vice chairman board directors Nature Conservancy International, 1981—1991, treasurer, 1986—1988. Board directors National Tropical Botanical Garden, since 1998.

    President board directors Hawaiian Mission Children's Society, 1968—1970. Board directors American Farmland Trust, 1993—1995. Member of Pacific Club.

    Personality

    Interests

    Collecting antiquarian books.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Moragne Cooke. Children: Juliette, Catherine, Edith.
    • father: Charles Montague
    • mother: Edith Sloggert Cooke
    • spouse: Mary Moragne Cooke
    • children: Juliette Cooke
    • Catherine Cooke
    • Edith Cooke
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    Born March 9, 1937
    • 1959
      Cornell University
    • 1964
      senior, vice president Dean Witter/Morgan Stanley
    • 2002
      retired