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Articles - July/August 2014
Friday, July 11, 2014

 

RANK
2014
RANK
2013
COMPANY WEB ADDRESS SENIOR EXECUTIVE  TOTAL
EMPLOYEES 
OREGON EMPLOYEES  YEAR ESTABLISHED  DESCRIPTION
$100 MILLION - $150 MILLION
52 54 Willamette Dental Group willamettedental.com Eugene C. Skourtes DMD 1001 565 1970 Provider of dental care, dental insurance and lab services
53 55 Market of Choice marketofchoice.com Richard L. Wright Jr. 850 850 1988 Chain of eight grocery stores
54 58 Willamette Valley Company wilvaco.com John Harrison 390 125 1952 Manufacturer and distributer of specialty urethanes and adhesives
55 62 David Evans and Associates deainc.com Al A. Barkouli 748 304 1976 Architectural and engineering firm
56 60 Wentworth Auto Group wentworthautos.com Bob Wentworth, Greg Wentworth 157 157 1903 Auto dealer
57 59 Bright Wood Corporation brightwood.com Dallas Stovall 785 725 1960 Manufacturer of wood components
58 69 DSU – Peterbilt & GMC dsutrucks.com Jan Yost 189 159 1945 Seller of new trucks, parts and service
59 65 Zimmer Gunsel Frasca Architects zgf.com Ted Hyman 483 219 1942 Architectural planning and interior design firm
60 57 Combined Transport combinedtransport.com Michael S. Card 286 270 1980 Transporter of building materials, lumber and flat glass
61 61 Freres Lumber Co. frereslumber.com Robert Freres 400 400 1922 Manufacturer of wood products
62 64 Touchmark touchmark.com Werner G. Nistler Jr. 1600 160 1980 Retirement community
63 63 Oregon Freeze Dry ofd.com Jim Merryman 500 500 1968 Branded food manufacturer
64 75 Arbor Custom Homes arborhomes.com Dennis Sackhoff 43 43 1988 Homebuilder and developer
65 72 Sunset Porsche Audi sunsetporscheaudi.com Rob Roseta 125 125 1980 Vehicle dealer and car maintenance
66 NR Aequitas Capital Management aequitascapital.com Robert Jesenik 146 120 1993 Alternative investment management and private equity firm
67 68 Royal Moore Auto Center royalmoore.com Royal Moore II 135 130 1967 Auto dealer
68 77 Guaranty RV guaranty.com Herbert N. Nill 220 220 1966 Recreational vehicle deadlership
69 73 R&H Construction rhconst.com John Bradley 187 187 1979 Builder of commercial construction projects


 

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