Our discussion was led by Megan Clubb, CEO of the Bank and the great-great granddaughter of bank co-founder Dr. D.S. Baker, and Peter Allen, Executive Vice President and a member of the 6th generation in the business. They shared their views on responding to challenge, the role of family in family business, and the need for re-invention.
Founded 20 years before Washington became a State, Baker Boyer National Bank opened in Walla Walla in 1869. The Bank remains the oldest independently owned community bank in Washington. It now operates with five branches, including wealth management and business banking offices, in Yakima and the Tri Cities