Sealaska and the Connecticut National Guard recently celebrated the completion of a state-of-the-art operations and training facility in Windsor Locks, CT. The facility will serve as headquarters for a highly specialized Connecticut National Guard disaster response team.
Applications are now available for Sealaska's bereavement benefit, known as the Deishú Memorial Fund. The fund was established by Sealaska's board in spring of 2018 as a way to provide support for its shareholders after the loss of a loved one.
Sealaska had good news to report to shareholders at its annual meeting Saturday, June 23 in Wrangell, AK. The company achieved one of the most successful years in its history, recording a net income of $43.3 million in 2017 and a $78 million net income improvement over the last five years.
The Sealaska board recently completed a series of community meetings in nine communities around Southeast Alaska and Washington. We visited with nearly a thousand Sealaska shareholders, sharing updates about Sealaska, but also taking the time to listen and learn about what's happening in those communities. Read more about the meetings here. This is a rundown of some of the questions and comments we heard.
The Independent Inspectors of Election and Voting randomly selected the winners below from among all voting shareholders, who returned a proxy for the 2018 annual meeting. The winners will be contacted by Sealaska. Thank you for voting early everyone. Congratulations to all!