Congratulations to Community Service Awards Recipients
Over 80 people gathered on April 23 for the fifth annual Community Service Awards Luncheon to help recognize excellence in service to Oregon City and beyond. This year’s event was hosted at a beautiful location, Ainsworth House & Gardens. We were not only joined by representatives from the Oregon City School District, but also volunteers from six service clubs, and the Three Rivers VFW Poster #1324.
Employee of Distinction – Oregon City School District
Sue Hukkanen, Transportation Department
Teacher of Distinction – Oregon City School District
Kelsey Orcutt, Gardiner Middle School
Optimist of the Year – Oregon City Optimists
Paul Winklesky, Retired
Member of the Year – Oregon City Woman’s Club
Kiwanian of the Year – Kiwanis Club of Oregon City
Sherry Reeder, OCHS Student
Certificate of Appreciation–Three Rivers VFW Post #1324
Rotarian of the Year – Rotary Club of Oregon City
Mark Ellingson, Lewis & Clark Bank
Lion of the Year Award – Beavercreek Lions Club
Ray Erland, Retired County Assessor
The Mike McCarroll Award – Oregon City Lions Club
The Current State of the Economy
a presentation by Bull Humphries, Sr., President and CEO of Citizens Bank
The presentation was given at the Educational Good Morning Oregon City event on Wednesday, November 7. The event is courtesy of Buy Local Oregon City and the Oregon City Chamber.
About Bill Humphries, Sr.
- 43 year banking career that started
with US National Bank of Oregon in 1968.
- Various banking positions primarily focused on commercial lending.
- President/CEO (of several community banks in Oregon) since 1982.
- Inducted into the Oregon Bankers Hall of Fame (1995)
- Board member American Bankers Association (1992 – 1995)
- Faculty member, Northwest Bank Directors College (2001 – present)
- Chair of the State Banking Board (1984 – 1988)
- Chair, and Board Member OSU Board of Trustees (1998 – 2010)
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