Oregon's Private 150

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Articles - July/August 2013
Monday, July 08, 2013
2013 2012 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR / TOTAL EMPLOYEES YEAR
EST
DESCRIPTION
LESS THAN $50 MILLION continued
121 110 Far West Fibers Inc.
Portland
503-643-9944
farwestfibers.com
Keith Ristau
President and CEO
180
180
1980 Recyclable processing and brokerage
122 126 Northside Ford Truck Sales Inc.
Portland
503-282-7777
northsidefordpdx.com
Jim McDonough
President
72
72
1972 Truck dealer: sales, parts and service
123 134 Hasson Company Realtors
Lake Oswego
866-905-3063
hasson.com
Lynae Forbes
VP of Oregon Operations
23
23
1983 Real estate brokerage
124 132 Triplett Wellman Inc.
Woodburn
503-982-4188
triplettwellman.com
Gene Wellman
Principal
55
65
1982 Commercial general contractor
125 125 Turf Merchants Inc.
Tangent
800-421-1735
turfmerchants.com
Steven P. Tubbs
CEO
9
9
1983 Develops, produces and markets proprietary turfgrass
126 135 Anthro Corporation
Tualatin
503-691-2556
anthro.com
Shoaib Tareen
CEO and President
110
110
1984 Design and manufacture of furniture for engineering, education, medical, general use
127 121 Otak Inc.
Portland
503-287-6825
otak.com
R. Nicholas Loope,
President and CEO
75
175
1981 Architects, civil engineers, etc.
128 128 Ochoco Lumber Co.
Prineville
541-447-6296
ochocolumber.com
Bruce Daucsavage
President
96
103
1938 Produces and markets softwood lumber
129 129 Olsson Industrial Electric Inc.
Springfield
541-747-8460
olssonelec.com
Ike Olsson
President
115
115
1982 Industrial electrical contractor
130 NR Smarsh Inc.
Portland
866-762-7741
smarsh.com
Stephen D. Marsh
CEO
90
145
2001 Hosted solutions for archiving email, IM, social media and other communications
131 123 Bullivant Houser Bailey
Portland
503-228-6351
bullivant.com
Beth Skillern
Managing Shareholder
57
123
1938 Law firm focused on business, commercial and casualty litigation, insurance coverage, etc.
132 133 Beaverton Foods Inc.
Hillsboro
503-646-8138
beavertonfoods.com
Domonic Biggi
CEO
72
72
1929 Fourth-generation family-owned producer of more than 150 specialty condiments
132 NR Quest Marketing Inc. dba Quest Solution
Eugene
541-284-5959
questsolution.com
Kurt Thomet
President and founder
18
37
1994 Mobile computing and wireless integration serving health care, retail, manufacturing, etc.
134 NR Western Bus Sales Inc.
Boring
503-905-0002
westernbus.com
Mollie Blagg
President
29
29
1974 School and commercial bus dealer; sales, parts and service
135 NR Elemental Technologies
Portland
503-222-3212
elementaltechnologies.com
Sam Blackman
CEO
98
98
2006 Software company
136 140 G5
Bend
541-306-3374
getg5.com
Dan Hobin
CEO
105
119
2005 Provider of software and services in the property management sector
137 NR Portland Bottling Company
Portland
503-231-5035
portlandbottling.com
Tom Keenan
President
72
72
2002 Co-packer of non-alcoholic beverages
138 138 Neil Kelly Company
Portland
503-288-7461
neilkelly.com
Tom Kelly
Owner and president
130
143
1947 Residential design-build contractor: remodeling, home performance, repairs, etc.
139 136 Yorke & Curtis Inc.
Beaverton
503-646-2123
yorkeandcurtis.com
Erik Timmons
Secretary
27
27
1988 General contractor
140 142 Madden Industrial Craftsmen Inc.
Beaverton
503-690-0641
mici.com
Ron Madden
President
26
300
1988 Industrial and construction staffing
141 146 The Partners Group Ltd.
Portland
503-241-9550
tpgrp.com
Roderick B. Cruickshank
President and CEO
56
86
1999 Commercial insurance, employee benefits consulting and private client services
142 NR Integrity Logistics
Wilsonville
503-582-4400
integritylogistics.com
Keith Gibson
President
19
19
1988 Design and execution of logistics solutions for a broad range of clients
143 NR iovation Inc.
Portland
503-224-6010
iovation.com
Greg Pierson
CEO and Founder
68
78
2004 Protects online businesses in multiple industries from fraud and abuse
144 NR Axium
Beaverton
503-688-5700
axium.com
Dan Mayleben
CFO
77
92
1996 Develops, sells and installs project-focused software solutions specifically for AE firms
145 148 ACME Business Consulting
Portland
503-232-1416
acmebusinessconsulting.com
Scott Demorest
Principal
44
52
2002 Business consultancy
146 NR MyBinding.com
HIllsboro
503-640-5920
mybinding.com
Mike Ware
Owner
55
60
1998 Source for binding and laminating equipment, supplies and accessories
147 NR General Sheet Metal
Clackamas
503-650-0405
gsmw.com
Carol Duncan
President
65
65
1932 Commercial and industrial hvac, architectural metals, fabrication and specialty sheet metal
148 NR ISITE Design Inc.
Portland
503-221-9860
isitedesign.com
Paul Williams
President
50
64
1997 Digital and interactive design to market brands for a wide range of clients
149 NR Ruby Receptionists
Portland
503-445-6900
callruby.com
Jill Nelson
CEO
92
92
2003 Virtual receptionist company
150 NR AngelVision
Portland
503-620-3377
angelvisiontech.com
Michael Jingozian
Founder and CEO
26
26
2001 Online marketing services

*Ranking based on data submitted last year.

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