Oak Harbor contractor named a director of SaviBank

Ron Wallin, owner of P&L General Contractors Inc. in Oak Harbor, was named a director of Burlington-based SaviBank.

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Ron Wallin, owner of P&L General Contractors Inc. in Oak Harbor, was named a director of Burlington-based SaviBank.

Wallin has served as a board member for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County and is an elected commissioner for Whidbey General Hospital, according to a press release issued by SaviBank.

Wallin started working for P&L as a laborer in 1973, with promotions to project superintendent and project manager. In 1996, Wallin purchased P&L. Since that time, P&L has grown to 32 employees, with offices in Oak Harbor and Bremerton.

P&L works throughout the Northwest in both the private sector and on government contracts at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, NBK Bremerton, NBK Bangor and JBLM. Wallin is also a Rotary Club past president who delivered 280 wheelchairs to Yukatan Peninsula Mexico in 2011.

SaviBank serves communities in Skagit, Whatcom and Island counties.

 

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