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]
United States
Number of locations
7 branches (2015)
Area served
Southeastern Washington and Northeastern Oregon
Key people
Megan Clubb, Chair, and Mark Kajita, CEO
Wealth Management
Number of employees

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]


  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". 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.