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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

 

RANKED BY 12/31/2011 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 $2.6b
$3.0b
230,748
20
435
1932
2 Oregon Community P.O. Box 77002
Eugene 97401 541.687.2347
Mandy Jones $942.2m
$1.0b
103,004
11
239
1981
3 Selco Community P.O. Box 7487
Eugene 97401 800.686.8000
Bob Newcomb $829.9m
$918.0m
80,446
14
236
1936

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