Baker Boyer Bank

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Baker Boyer National Bank
TypePublic (OTC BB: BBBK.OB), family owned and operated
IndustryFinancial services
PredecessorBaker Boyer Bancorp
FoundedWalla Walla, Washington, U.S. (November 10, 1869 (1869-11-10))
FounderDr. D.S. Baker and John F. Boyer[1]
Headquarters,
United States
Number of locations
7 branches (2015)
Area served
Southeastern Washington and Northeastern Oregon
Key people
Megan Clubb, Chair, and Mark Kajita, CEO
ServicesBanking
Wealth Management
Number of employees
180
Websitewww.bakerboyer.com

Baker Boyer National Bank is a Walla Walla, Washington based financial institution.[2] It opened in 1869, making it the first bank in what would become the State of Washington.[3][4]

It was the first Walla Walla bank to open a branch office. Bank CEO Mark Kajita is the third non-family President and CEO of the organization and was preceded by Baker Boyer's Board Chairman, Megan Clubb,[5] a descendant of bank founder Dorsey S. Baker.

In 2010, the bank closed its branch in Weston, Oregon.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reed, Diane B. (2014). Legendary Locals of Walla Walla. Charleston, South Carolina. pp. 26, 27. ISBN 9781439645260.
  2. ^ "Smoke investigation downtown closes road, shuts down power". My Columbia Basin. May 8, 2018.
  3. ^ Becker, Paula (March 31, 2006). "Walla Walla County – Thumbnail History". HistoryLink.org Essay 7679.
  4. ^ Bentley, Judy (5 April 2016). Walking Washington's History: Ten Cities. University of Washington Press. ISBN 9780295806679.
  5. ^ Hillhouse, Vicki (September 15, 2015). "Baker Boyer Bank leader Megan Clubb to retire". Walla Walla Union Bulletin.
  6. ^ Hillhouse, Vicki (July 23, 2010). "Baker Boyer to shutter Weston branch". Walla Walla Union Bulletin.