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221 Second Street (Suite # 14)

Office (Comforts / Barbershop / Tattoo)

1992: Comforts


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1992. Comforts (Courtesy Betty Davenny).

Gerry Bach built the building in 1992. The first tenant was Comforts; "soothing body care products and gifts to be cherished."


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1993. Comforts sign (right) (Courtesy Betty Davenny).

2001: Paul's Barber Shop

Paul Samuelson bought the building in 1995 and rented the building to several businesses including greeting cards, a candy store, and an art gallery. When a renter moved out in 2000, Paul decided to move his one-chair barber shop in, becoming the only barber in Langley at the time.

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2004. Paul's Barber Shop (Courtesy Robert Waterman).


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2004. Paul's Barber Shop (Courtesy Robert Waterman).

Paul became Langley's mayor in 2008, and vacated the Barber Shop in 2009.

2010: Dig It Tattoo


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2013. Dig it Tattoo (Courtesy Robert Waterman).

Eric Tunnell, the owner of Dig it Tattoo, worked out of his home on Maxwelton Road before opening a shop in Langley Village in 2010.

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2015: Dig it Tattoo empty (Courtesy Robert Waterman).

After Dig It Tattoo moved into the building next door in 2014, the building became home to "Mat & Bob's Office."