Volume 15 Issue 5
DELIVERING ON A DAILY BASIS
From gas stations to grocery stores and the roads driven to get to and from, so much of what Alaskans need to make it through each day arrives thanks to the Doyle family and the work done at Weaver Bros., Inc.
Jim Doyle Sr. bought the transportation company in the mid-1970s after first starting Doyles Fuel Service in the 1960s. Today, he and son Jimmy Doyle oversee the operation of Weaver Bros., Inc’s three terminals in Anchorage, Kenai and Fairbanks. On any given day, Weaver Bros. drivers and trucks are responsible for delivering fuel, general freight like groceries, and building supplies around the state. Read more...
ELECTRONIC BANKING OFFERS WEAVER BROS., INC. COST SAVINGS, GREATER CONVENIENCE AND MORE FLEXIBILITY
Similar to most businesses, Weaver Bros., Inc.’s need for certain banking services has changed significantly through the years.
When the Doyle family took ownership of the transportation company decades ago, Jim Doyle Sr. and
Jimmy Doyle worked with First National Bank Alaska experts to help finance needed equipment and infrastructure. Today, with trucks running regularly and company buildings long constructed, their banking needs revolve more around accounts receivable and payable between customers, the business and its employees. Read more...
A fixture not only in banking, but in the greater Kenai Peninsula community for more than 30 years, First National Bank Alaska Senior Vice President Charlie Weimer prefers much of the credit for the success of the bank and its customers be given to others.
“I remind our customers often, they’re working with the best bankers in the state of Alaska,” Weimer said. Read more...