Sunday Showcase: Entrepreneur moving to Port Townsend

With an eye to the global market, Jerry Lamb remains a homegrown entrepreneur.

He was born in Forks and grew up in Port Angeles. He worked at the Rayonier pulp mill for 14 years.

He and his wife of 24 years, Marilyn, have been living in Happy Valley, east of Sequim.

Now they’re moving to Port Townsend.

His wife loves Port Townsend, he says — and the move, he emphasized with a smile, is “payback” to her for her years of support, especially when he decided to “work with magnets” at home.


The rest of the story appears in Sunday’s Peninsula Daily News.

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