Life-long Alaskans Perry Eaton and Lucy Mahan have joined First National Bank Alaska’s Board of Directors, the bank announced today.
Eaton was born in Kodiak and grew up working on his father’s fishing boat. He lives in Anchorage and is a shareholder and director at Koniag, Inc. He worked as a commercial lender for First National Bank Alaska early in his professional career, which included serving as founder and CEO of the Alaska Native Heritage Center, and as an officer in various capacities at Alyeska Pipeline Service Company. Eaton has also established his name as a talented artist, photographer and mask-maker.
A licensed professional counselor who resides in Homer and has offices in Anchorage and Homer, Mahan graduated from Anchorage’s West High and earned degrees from the University of Colorado and Alaska Pacific University. Mahan owns and facilitates Transitional Counseling LLC.
“Our bank is built on the strength and leadership of Alaskans,” Lawer said. “Perry and Lucy both bring unique perspective to our board and we look forward to them helping us as we continue to do what’s right for First National and our state.”
Eaton and Mahan are new additions to the board, which also includes Cuddy, Lawer, Dr. Maurice Coyle, George E. Gordon, Margy Johnson, Jane Klopfer and Loren H. Lounsbury.
Alaskan-owned and operated since 1922, First National proudly meets the financial needs of Alaskans with ATMs and 30 branches in 18 communities throughout the state. Visit FNBAlaska.com for more information about Alaska’s largest locally-owned bank and access to efficient and secure online banking services.