2009 – Invested in PlayNetwork

PlayNetwork, a global provider of music, audio and branding services, was seeking growth capital that JGC supplied upon collaboration.

2009 – Invested in Odom Corporation

Odom was founded in 1932 as an independent broker of beverages and more. Since then, it has grown and matured into one of the largest privately held companies in the Pacific Northwest.

2005 – Acquired RIO

Now under our fly-fishing umbrella –FarBank Enterprise– RIO continues to research, design and refine its fly-line products demonstrating passion, innovation and a pure love for the sport.

1994 – Acquired Sage Manufacturing

Founded in 1980 by legendary rod designer Don Green, Sage was created with one idea in mind – to build the world’s finest performance fly rods.

1987 – Sold Peoples National Bank to US Bank

Local ownership came to an end when Peoples Bank was acquired by U.S. Bancorp of Oregon in a stock transaction valued at about $275 million.  Joshua Green III, the chairman and chief executive of Peoples, said the bank was not abandoning its region. Its merger was “simply a reinvestment in banking in the Northwest.”

1925 – Purchased Peoples Savings Bank

“Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.”  Following that bit of American folklore, Joshua Green began his banking career.  Convinced of the value of personal contacts with prospective customers, Green wasted no time in making friendly calls on prominent citizens.  Three generations of Joshua Greens ran the bank as Chairman and CEO.

1917 – Purchased Northern Pacific / Port Townsend Southern Railroad

Joshua bought the Port Townsend Southern Railroad after it occurred to him it would provide a fine passenger freight link with his steamers.  For 40 years, Joshua Green was the only West Coast member of the board of directors of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad.

1908 – Purchased land at 4th and Pike for the site of the Joshua Green Building

The corner lot at 4th Avenue and Pike Street was occupied by several ramshackle stores, including a movie theater and a butcher shop.  Fearing bubonic plague from rats brought over from the Orient, City officials ordered the butcher shop closed.  The ramshackle wooden stores were soon demolished and the 10 story Joshua Green Building rose […]