MaryWorrallEmailmary@maryworrall.com
Office: 808-735-2411
Mobile: 808-228-8825
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Experience and knowledge are synonymous with the name Mary Worrall. Born and educated in Hawaii, she has worked at perfecting her real estate expertise for 37 years, having worked as an agent all of her adult life. Her mother led the way, working as a Realtor® for more than 30 years in the Kahala area.

Mary’s success as a Realtor® has led to recognition and awards within Hawaii’s business community. Notable among her achievements are her ranking as a top producing real estate broker, and her company’s consistent ranking among the state’s top 10 women-owned businesses. Mary has also been involved in several of Oahu’s recent significant sales.

Committed to service, she has served on the Board of Trustees for Kapiolani Hospital, the Honolulu Symphony and the Friends of the Children’s Justice Center. Deeply involved in many local organizations, Mary is known for contributing hours to such groups as the Kapiolani Health Foundation and the University of Hawaii School of Nursing. For more than 15 years, she was extensively involved in the U.S. Marine Corps’ Toys For Tots Program. Mary recently received the Patti Schuler Recognition Award at the American Cancer Society’s event “Boots on the Beach” at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. She currently serves on the Board of the Children’s Alliance of Hawaii and has been appointed by the Governor to serve on the Hawaii Medical Education Council for the State of Hawaii.

Mary’s knowledge of prime properties on Oahu and Maui allows her to move between several high-end markets. In 2007, Mary and her brother, Paul MacLaughlin, opened Island Sotheby’s International Realty on Maui, specializing in high-end properties on the island. Mary’s companies are known internationally as “The Boutiques of Hawaii Real Estate Companies” due to the firms’ solid reputations of service to both buyers and sellers and their unique qualification to represent the interests of the most discriminating clients.