Northern Marine gets Glas-Ply
Northern Marine acquired the Glas-Ply boat company in March and plans to revive its line of fiberglass boats, which have not been made in more than a decade.
Glas-Ply is a 46-year-old brand with boats up to 28 feet. They will be made with closed-cell foam cores and vacuum-infused hulls.
Northern Marine president Andy McDonald said in a press release that he’s excited about the acquisition. He grew up with a Glas-Ply boat and still owns one.
Van Iterson moves to Bank of the Pacific
Longtime banker Carol Van Iterson became manager of the Anacortes Bank of the Pacific in February. Van Iterson has worked in banking in Anacortes since 1987.
She is a member of the Kiwanis Club and the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce.
Van Iterson served as vice president and manager of Washington Federal in Anacortes since 2010. She was also the manager at Horizon Bank from 1990 to 1999.
Peoples Bank has new branch manager
Marge Milnor became branch manager of Peoples Bank in Anacortes in March.
Milnor is a graduate of Skagit Valley College and has lived in Skagit County for 30 years. She has 25 years banking experience and five years experience managing for Peoples.
She is a member of Rotary, the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Skagit Alumni Board.
Cox hired at Barrett Financial
Barrett Financial Ltd. hired Genevieve Cox in March. Cox, who lives in Oak Harbor, worked for Barrett as an independent contractor for the previous five months.
She has traveled around the globe throughout her life, but fell in love with the Pacific Northwest nine years ago. Cox comes to Barrett with a background in project management, business administration and small business accounting.
Bob’s Chowder gets green certificate
Bob’s Chowder Bar & BBQ Salmon in Anacortes received a “Green Partner Sustainable Practice Certificate” from General BioDiesel.
Through the efforts of Bob’s Chowder Bar & BBQ Salmon, like-minded recyclers and General BioDiesel, more than 16,000 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions have been mitigated.
Groesbeck named to president’s circle
Jean Groesbeck, managing broker with Coldwell Banker Bain in Anacortes, was recently named to the International President’s Circle. The membership recognizes the top 4 percent of more than 90,000 Coldwell agents worldwide.
Groesbeck is the former owner of Coldwell Banker Island Living in Anacortes.
The company merged with Bain in August 2011.
Groesbeck holds a managing broker’s real estate license, has numerous real estate designations and has won numerous national and regional sales awards including several from the North Puget Sound Association of Realtors.
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