Ellington & Ellington is a locally owned and operated Notary Public in Victoria British Columbia. Founded by J. Arthur Wild in 1917, Charles Ellington took over operation in 1957 and retitled the business to Ellington & Ellington. Charles son Rob started working for him after passing his Notary exam in 1977. Over the years Rob learned on the job and worked his way to running the business alongside his father Charles. In 1997 Rob would take over as full time owner and operator for Charles. Charles would retire after thirty-nine years of dedication to his craft, having built a staple in the community.
A reliable business in the Greater Victoria Area, Ellington & Ellington has and will remain a Notary Public you can rely on. At Ellington & Ellington we take pride in the service we offer to the people in the same community we live in. We offer a trusted and cost effective Notary service to our clients, and welcome any and all questions you may have about how we can help you. Please feel free to get in touch with us through phone or email to see how we can help.
Ellington & Ellington has been in operation as a Notary Public since 1917. Before the title Ellington & Ellington, it held the name of J. Arthur Wild after the founder. Charles Ellington took over operation and retitled it to Ellington & Ellington which his son Rob Ellington now runs.
We are a family business that has been owned and operated by two generations of Ellington's now. Passed on from father to son, it is currently run by Rob Ellington, son of Charles Ellington.
While we've been in operation for over 90 years, Ellington & Ellington has held the same Location for 30 years now. It's dependability as a reliable spot for your help in all things Notary related is evident in it's longevity and stability.
Charles Ellington, father of Rob Ellington, has had a large impact on the community of Victoria. From his humble upbringing in an orphanage he worked hard to earn a successful career as a Notary Public. Not resting on the laurels of his success, Charles gave back to the community in many philanthropic endeavours. Charles would spend twenty five years on the board of the British Columbia Protestant Orphans Home, including five years as board chair. During his time there he became a founding chair on the board of the Cridge Centre for the Family. Charles would help transition the Orphanage to a facility designed for the housing and service of single parents. This included child day care and in time housing for senior citizens.