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Aging Well: Dale Muramoto uses her love for baking and cookies to put smiles on faces even in retirement

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Aging Well: Dale Muramoto uses her love for baking and cookies to put smiles on faces even in retirement

HONOLULU (KITV4) -- The Cookie Lady Hawai'i has been putting smiles on customers' faces for over a decade. 

Founder Dale Muramoto says that is what keeps her Aging Well.

Dale Muramoto worked in dental offices, banks, as a loan officer for a credit union. She did cafeteria work and cleaned planes at the airport. And she says it all led up to her opening her very own business doing what she loves to do.

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Maiko Ushijima packaging up cookies.

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Dale Muramoto (left) passed on her company, The Cookie Lady Hawaii, to Maiko Ushijima (right) in summer 2021.

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The Cookie Lady Hawaii

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Dale Muramoto teaching new co-owner Maiko Ushijima how to make the famous The Cookie Lady Hawaii cookies.

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