Business briefs — Sept. 4, 2019

  • Wednesday, September 4, 2019 1:30am
  • Business

West Coast Sea Glass celebrates 20-years

Twenty years have passed since Mary Beth Beuke and her team officially started the West Coast Sea Glass company in Sequim. That’s more than 20 years of collecting sea glass from all over the world to go with 20 years of metal-smithing work, and 20 years of speaking around the country, exhibiting and educating.

Beuke, a native of the Pacific Northwest was also president of the North American Sea Glass Association for several years. She is a best selling author as well: her book, “The Ultimate Guide to Sea Glass,” is officially in its sixth printing this month.

Find more information about Beuke and team — Teresa Crecelius, Lindsay Furber and Courtney Nestler — at www.westcoastseaglass.com, or follow them at Facebook.com/westcoastseaglass1 and Instagram.com/westcoastseaglass.

Attorneys get national honor

Attorneys Deborah Nelson and Jeffrey Boyd were recent;y recognized in the 26th edition of The Best Lawyers in America for their work in personal injury litigation. Best Lawyers highlights the top legal talent in America and bases its selection solely on peer review and recognition on consensus of opinions of leading lawyers about the professional abilities of their colleagues within the same geographical area and legal practice areas.

Nelson and Boyd are partners in Nelson Boyd Attorneys and Boyd Trial Consulting based in Seattle. Nelson, a part-time Sequim resident and former Port Angeles resident, has been practicing law in Clallam and Jefferson counties since 1994 and both attorneys practice law throughout Washington state.

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