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Articles - June 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011

RANKED BY 12/31/10 SHARES & DEPOSITS
RANK NAME ADDRESS / PHONE PRINCIPAL SHARES & DEPOSITS / TOTAL ASSETS MEMBERS / BRANCHES FT EMPLOYEES / CHARTER YEAR
1 OnPoint Community P.O. Box 3750
Portland 97208 800.527.3932
Robert Stuart $2.47b
$2.84b
213,971
20
411
1932
2 First Technology P.O. Box 2100
Beaverton 97075 503.644.4034
Brooke Van Vleet $1.95b
$2.32b
170,851
18
372
1952
3 Oregon Community P.O. Box 77002
Eugene 97401 541.687.2347
Mandy Jones $865.72m
$949.63m
101,867
11
229
1981
4 SELCO Community P.O. Box 7487
Eugene 97401 800.686.8000
Bob Newcomb $814.08m
$895.72m
83,285
15
221
1936
5 Unitus Community 1300 S.W. 6th Ave.
Portland 97201 503.227.5571
Patricia Smith $693.55m
$836.66m
71,575
8
185
1937
6 Columbia Community P.O. Box 324
Vancouver WA 98666 360.891.4000
Steve Kenny $665.86m
$752.29m
66,770
13
240
1952
7 Advantis P.O. Box 14220
Portland 97293-0220 503.785.2528
Ronald Barrick $664.78m
$754.90m
42,316
7
105
1928
8 O.S.U. P.O. Box 306
Corvallis 97339-0306 541.714.4000
Richard Hein $583.66m
$658.03m
65,586
12
181
1954
9 Northwest Community P.O. Box 70225
Eugene 97401 541.747.4231
Helen Byrnes $582.25m
$645.34m
68,155
18
224
1949
10 Rivermark Community 8505 S.W. Creekside Place
Beaverton 97008 503.626.6600
Scott Burgess $446.13m
$487.75m
58,829
9
165
1951
11 Rogue P.O. Box 4550
Medford 97501 541.858.7328
Gene Pelham $444.03m
$489.76m
49,466
9
158
1956
12 iQ P.O. Box 1739
Vancouver WA 98668 360.695.3441
Roger Michaelis $401.04m
$434.42m
45,597
15
158
1940
13 First Community 200 N. Adams St.
Coquille 97423 541.396.2145
David Elmer $359.93m
$404.15m
38,212
23
165
1957
14 Marion And Polk Schools P.O. Box 12398
Salem 97309 503.588.0181
Mark Zook $357.22m
$387.63m
39,648
10
158
1936
15 Chetco P.O. BOX 3000J
Harbor 97415 541.469.7700
Stanley Baron $319.09m
$348.13m
32,240
8
107
1957
16 SOFCU Community P.O. Box 1358
Grants Pass 97528 541.479.2601
Charla Zeltvay $251.78m
$280.12m
33,404
11
109
1953
17 Oregonians 6915 S.E. Lake Rd.
Milwaukie 97267 503.239.5336
Chuck Garner $241.61m
$273.34m
25,763
8
73
1937
18 NW Priority P.O. Box 16640
Portland 97292-0640 503.760.5304
Mark Turnham $194.42m
$221.47m
16,845
7
49
1928
19 Central Willamette Community P.O. Box 1899
Albany 97321 541.928.4536
Elaine Eastman $185.61m
$202.35m
24,337
6
82
1955
20 Clackamas Community P.O. Box 2020
Oregon City 97045 503.656.0671
Diann Owen $178.47m
$201.55m
26,333
5
77
1957



 

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