Allform welding to continue, owners retire

SEQUIM — Will and Brian Possinger, owners of Sequim-based Lincoln Welding, are retiring.

The business will close after 75 years.

Allform Welding, which was purchased by Lincoln in 2016, will remain in business.

Allform, located at 81 Hooker Road No. 9, fabricates and installs handrails and gates for residential and business applications, installs hitches, repairs lawn mower decks and most projects that involve steel.

The firm also has a welding repair shop, portable welding capabilities, sells welding supplies, steel and aluminium and exchanges gas cylinders.

For more information, call 360-681-0584 or visit www.allformwelding.com.

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