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Oregon's Private 150

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Monday, July 08, 2013
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Oregon's Private 150
The Private 150, Ranks 1-30
The Private 150, Ranks 31-60
The Private 150, Ranks 61-90
The Private 150, Ranks 91-120
The Private 150, Ranks 121-150
2013 2012 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR / TOTAL EMPLOYEES YEAR
EST
DESCRIPTION
$50 MILLION — $75 MILLION continued
91 97 Alpenrose Dairy Inc.
Portland
503-244-1133
alpenrose.com
Carl Cadonau Jr.
Co-President
133
133
1916 Food manufacturer
92 96 The Portland Clinic
Portland
503-221-0161
theportlandclinic.com
J. Michael Schwab
CEO
489
489
1921 Multi-specialty comprehensive medical clinic with 7 locations
93 77 Allegro Media Group
Portland
503-257-8480
allegromediagroup.com
Joseph Micallef
CEO
81
173
1981 Media company
94 92 Coho Services***
Portland
503-425-1500
cohoserv.com
Kevin White
CEO
381
654
1982 Real estate and hospitality
95 108 Morrow Equipment Company LLC
Salem
503-585-5721
morrow.com
Christian Chalupny
President
48
325
1968 Rental of tower cranes and hoists in USA, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand
96 99 States Industries LLC
Eugene
541-688-7871
statesind.com
Mike Taylor
President and COO
305
335
1964 Manufactures and finishes decorative hardwood plywood panels
97 101 Allied Systems Company
Sherwood
503-625-2560
alliedsystems.com
Lewis A. Rink
CEO
317
327
1976 Designer and manufacturer of heavy-lift and material-handling equipment
98 89 All About TRAVEL dba All About HAWAII
Tigard
503-598-0100
allabouthawaii.com
Buddy Mayes
CEO
60
70
1980 Provides vacation packages
99 116 Coaxis dba Viewpoint Construction Software
Portland
971-255-4646
viewpointcs.com
Benjamin Ertischek
CFO
225
355
1976 Construction-specific enterprise resource planning software
100 98 Earl & Brown, a Virtual Supply Company
Beaverton
503-670-1170
earlbrown.com
Chuck Taylor
President and CEO
27
29
1967 Wholesale distributor and Internet-fulfillment of consumer goods, wireless accessories, etc.
101 117 Gorilla Capital Inc.
Eugene
541-344-7867
gorillacapital.com
John Helmick
CEO
23
38
2006 Purchases, redevelops and sells distressed homes, revitalizing neighborhoods
102 102 Comp-View Inc.
Beaverton
503-641-8439
compview.com
Scott Birdsall
President and CEO
60
130
1987 Audio visual systems integration
103 100 Smith Frozen Foods Inc.
Weston
541-566-3515
smithfrozenfoods.com
Gary S. Crowder
President and CFO
800
800
1936 Processing, freezing and packaging of food
104 109 RE/MAX equity group
Portland
503-670-3000
equitygroup.com
Russ Newcomer
Executive VP and GM
41
48
1984 Real estate brokerage for more than 500 realtors in the Portland Metro Area
105 103 Cascade Wood Products Inc.
White City
541-826-2911
cascadewood.com
Gary Moore
President
250
400
1953 Manufactures wood and plastic millwork, columns, porch posts, machinery, etc.
106 122 Todd Construction Inc.
Tualatin
503-620-7652
toddconstruction.com
Brent Schafer
President
50
50
1986 Commercial general contractor
107 106 Vernier Software & Technology LLC
Beaverton
503-277-2299
vernier.com
David Vernier
CEO
96
96
1981 Hardware and software for science, math and engineering education
108 104 TraneOregon*
Tigard
503-620-8031
traneoregon.com
Robert G. Davis
CEO and President
78
78
1982 Commercial and industrial HVAC products, services
109 118 Dave's Killer Bread
Milwaukie
503-335-8077
daveskillerbread.com
Shobi Dahl
CEO
270
280
1955 Produces and markets Dave's Killer Bread
LESS THAN $50 MILLION
110 105 Patrick Lumber Company
Portland
503-222-9671
patlbr.com
James Rodway
President
19
21
1915 Lumber products remanufacturing and distribution
111 115 Bend Research Inc.
Bend
541-382-4100
bendresearch.com
Rod Ray
President and CEO
246
247
1975 Pharmaceutical and health science technologies
112 113 Butler Automotive Group
Ashland
541-482-2521
butlerman.com
Charles Butler Jr.
President
78
78
1976 Automotive dealer
113 111 Miller Nash*
Portland
503-224-5858
millernash.com
Kieran Curley
Managing partner
175
249
1873 Multi-specialty law firm
114 114 Stash Tea
Tigard
503-684-4482
stashtea.com
Tom Lisicki
President
75
300
1972 Manufacture and sale of specialty teas, teaware, accessories and gifts
115 NR Bookbyte.com
Salem
503-378-1500
bookbyte.com
Bryan Hockett
Director
65
65
1999 Buys, sells and rents textbooks across the country
116 112 Henningsen Cold Storage
Hillsboro
503-531-5400
henningsen.com
Michael E. Henningsen Jr.
Chairman and President
68
232
1923 Food logistics and supply chain solutions
117 107 Directors Mortgage
Lake Oswego
503-636-6000
directorsmortgage.net
Mark J. Hanna
Chairman and CEO
168
217
1998 Residential mortgage services in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and California
118 NR Windermere Cronin & Caplan Realty Group
Portland
503-412-1600
windermereportland.com
Brian Allen
President and co-Owner
40
48
1972 Real estate brokerage with 11 offices serving Portland, Vancouver and N. Oregon coast
119 130 VanderHouwen & Associates Inc.
Portland
503-299-6811
vanderhouwen.com
Eric VanderHouwen
President
44
52
1987 Pacific Northwest professional staffing in IT, engineering and accounting
120 119 Chambers Construction*
Eugene
541-687-9445
chambersconstruction.com
David Hilles
CEO
55
55
1955 General contractor

*Ranking based on data submitted last year.
***Formerly North Pacific Management
†Wholly owned subsidiary of Tokyo-based Yamamotoyama.


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