We are proud to be a family owned and operated business. Come meet us in person at a farmers market. The Loki Fish Co. family is:
Pete was born in Seattle and raised in Everett, WA. In addition to being a longtime commercial fisherman and a commissioner on the Puget Sound Salmon Commission, he has a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology and teaches at Seattle Central Community College. Pete has been active in numerous local marine conservation issues regarding the protection of salmon habitat and sustainable fisheries.
Hing Lau Ng
Hing was born in Kwangdung Province, China, but immigrated to Detroit as a baby, where she spent the next twenty-odd years. She found her way to the Pacific Northwest after van-traveling the U.S. and Canada for several months in 1976. Hing splits her time between walking the new family dog Twizzler, doing crossword puzzles, and overseeing the financial aspects of the company.
Jonah began deck-handing for his father, Pete, when he was still a teenager, and has been a regular on the Loki since he was a baby. In 2006, he inherited the Loki and began to fish it himself—with the help of his good friend Ben Jaynes—in southeast Alaska and Puget Sound. In his spare time, Jonah enjoys working on his boat and relaxing at the family cabin on Guemes.
While Pete and Jonah run the boats to Alaska, Dylan runs the business in Seattle year-round. His favorite aspect of the business is being a part of the Seattle farmers market community. He was recently elected to a second term on the board of directors of the Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance as a vendor representative.