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THE 50 HIGHEST-PAID PUBLIC COMPANY CEOs IN OREGON

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The annual CEO pay list is researched and prepared by Watson Wyatt Worldwide.
RANK CEO, age Company Total Salary Bonus Stock award (3) No. of sec- urities under -lying options Options award All other comp- ensation $ change in total comp- ensation from 2005 (4) % change in total comp- ensation from 2005
'06
(1)
'05
(2)
1 NR William D. Perez, 57 Nike $16,504,446 $1,350,000 $1,123,358 $9,085,000 200,000 $4,701,928 $244,160 N/A N/A
2 6 Earl R. Lewis, 62 Flir Systems $12,511,449 $644,231 $650,000 $- 400,000 $11,210,218 $7,000 $9,885,564 326.70%
3 1 Mark Donegan, 49 Precision Castparts $7,541,499 $837,500 $2,071,950 $- 400,000 $4,631,349 $700 ($1,200,971) -13.10%
4 5 Richard H. Wills, 50 Tektronix $3,302,787 $623,077 $972,000 $774,250 100,000 $914,083 $19,377 ($97,627) -2.30%
5 3 Eric E. Parsons, 57 StanCorp Financial Group $3,225,926 $725,000 $722,644 $1,054,560 80,000 $631,325 $92,397 ($1,588,090) -27.40%
6 NR Gerald K. Perkel, 50 Planar Systems $2,649,943 $430,000 $- $1,256,000 240,000 $963,443 $500 N/A N/A
7 14 James E. Declusin, 63 Oregon Steel Mills $2,500,999 $557,500 $706,796 $623,861 -- $538,915 $73,927 $452,109 22.10%
8 35 Raymond P. Davis, 56 Umpqua Holdings $2,220,485 $608,000 $513,000 $- 75,000 $503,562 $595,923 $1,532,724 200.90%
9 15 Scott C. Grout, 43 Radisys $2,020,795 $404,551 $160,000 $607,050 100,000 $841,634 $7,560 $707,712 36.50%
10 22 Robert C. Warren Jr., 57 Cascade $1,986,074 $430,000 $644,000 $- 75,000 $879,481 $32,593 $445,994 27.60%
11 NR Stephen A. Skaggs, 43 Lattice Semiconductor $1,954,928 $356,905 $127,500 $- 650,000 $1,464,777 $5,746 N/A N/A
12 33 Chester L.F. Paulson, 70 Paulson Capital $1,953,480 $1,463,567 $40,000 $- -- $- $449,913 $1,107,584 130.90%
13 25 William A. Furman, 61 Greenbrier Companies $1,782,500 $550,000 $825,000 $- -- $- $407,500 $269,580 17.80%
14 NR John D. Carter, 59 Schnitzer Steel Industries $1,729,822 $600,000 $- $- 92,000 $1,125,530 $4,292 N/A N/A
15 24 Sidney B. DeBoer, 62 Lithia Motors $1,671,100 $710,000 $785,450 $- 20,001 $149,379 $26,271 $116,617 7.40%
16 2 Nicholas Konidaris, 61 Electro Scientific Industries $1,599,849 $395,000 $300,000 $342,280 40,000 $524,611 $37,958 ($7,088,359) -78.50%
17 16 Walden C. Rhines, 59 Mentor Graphics $1,592,697 $595,298 $- $- 200,000 $991,099 $6,300 ($99,413) -5.30%
18 23 Bruce Davis, 53 Digimarc $1,515,708 $410,000 $120,000 $870,000 25,000 $115,708 $- $695,240 43.50%
19 27 Mark S. Dodson, 61 Northwest Natural Gas $1,481,486 $489,167 $300,000 $332,800 -- $287,485 $72,034 $123,350 9.10%
20 34 Patricia L. Moss, 52 Cascade Bancorp $1,407,555 $308,420 $370,104 $231,000 -- $199,546 $298,485 $585,307 71.20%
21 8 Vahe A. Sarkissian, 63 FEI $1,238,642 $530,000 $- $- 82,500 $703,743 $4,899 ($1,487,933) -53.00%
22 12 James S. Osterman, 68 Blount International $1,228,630 $540,383 $550,000 $- -- $- $138,247 ($1,008,718) -45.10%
23 NR Jerry A. Dukes, 58 PW Eagle $1,123,148 $270,000 $212,375 $- 40,000 $628,181 $12,592 N/A N/A
24 32 Robert D. Sznewajs, 59 West Coast Bancorp $1,061,730 $330,000 $330,000 $256,968 29,100 $136,871 $7,891 $402,493 44.20%
25 18 Kay L. Toolson, 62 Monaco Coach $988,558 $850,000 $- $- 15,000 $107,273 $31,285 ($757,785) -43.00%
RANK CEO, age Company Total Salary Bonus Stock award (3) No. of sec- urities under -lying options Options award All other comp- ensation $ change in total comp- ensation from 2005 (4) % change in total comp- ensation from 2005
'06
(1)
'05
(2)
26 19 Kenneth L. Tepper, 46 TRM $969,494 $475,008 $409,057 $41,910 -- $36,203 $7,316 ($703,940) -42.10%
27 17 Allen H. Alley, 51 Pixelworks $939,142 $306,346 $38,350 $- 100,000 $594,446 $- ($846,196) -44.90%
28 28 Michael Flannery, 62 Pope & Talbot $930,349 $569,409 $- $215,460 24,500 $139,180 $6,300 ($121,821) -9.60%
29 29 Kyle C. Ranson, 44 Infocus $851,476 $511,593 $6,000 $21,050 100,000 $308,714 $4,119 ($270,681) -24.10%
30 30 Brian W. Dunham, 48 Northwest Pipe $848,918 $495,000 $310,561 $- -- $- $43,357 ($232,545) -21.50%
31 38 John L. Anhorn, 63 Premierwest Bancorp $831,548 $250,000 $125,000 $- 13,230 $46,311 $410,237 $322,674 61.80%
32 NR Denis R. Burger, 62 AVI Biopharma $754,850 $350,000 $120,000 $- 175,000 $276,450 $8,400 N/A N/A
33 36 Paul A. Rosenbaum, 63 Rentrak $752,747 $450,000 $- $- 75,000 $301,247 $1,500 $116,874 16.40%
34 20 Timothy P. Boyle, 56 Columbia Sportswear $739,824 $720,000 $- $- -- $- $19,824 ($910,936) -55.20%
35 43 Roger L. Christensen, 48 Columbia Bancorp $717,257 $208,333 $219,949 $43,700 11,000 $61,992 $183,283 $364,210 90.60%
36 50 Ralph G. Quinsey, 50 Triquint Semiconductor $645,707 $329,293 $398 $- 150,000 $316,016 $- $468,064 142.90%
37 39 Saed Mohseni, 43 Mccormick & Schmicks Seafood Restaurants $637,423 $303,846 $322,500 $- -- $- $11,077 $129,195 25.40%
38 40 Mark R. Hollinger, 47 Merix $620,018 $330,000 $- $46,100 39,450 $234,915 $9,003 $223,019 46.80%
39 31 Joseph P. Schneider, 46 Lacrosse Footwear $613,095 $373,462 $110,246 $- 20,000 $113,790 $15,597 ($343,902) -35.20%
40 NR Andrew A. Wiederhorn, 40 Fog Cutter Capital Group $589,488 $96,579 $492,909 $- -- $- $- N/A N/A
41 21 Salvatore D’Auria, 50 Tut Systems $450,000 $325,000 $125,000 $- -- $- $- ($1,186,739) -72.50%
42 47 Alex P. Hart, 43 Corillian $399,484 $280,000 $115,500 $- -- $- $3,984 $20,576 5.40%
43 45 Hal M. Brown, 52 Pacific Continental $364,727 $215,490 $118,800 $- -- $- $30,437 ($19,371) -5.00%
44 48 Eric W. Strid, 53 Cascade Microtech $292,190 $205,423 $84,013 $- -- $- $2,754 ($80,111) -21.50%
45 NR Rodney M. Boucher, 62 Microfield Group $290,000 $290,000 $- $- -- $- $- N/A N/A
46 49 Patrick P.H. Sireta, 61 Advanced Power Technology $265,436 $211,412 $53,769 $- -- $- $255 ($74,635) -21.90%
47 NR Sreeni’ M. Sreenivasan, 57 Synthetech $254,411 $204,000 $- $- 30,000 $33,901 $16,510 N/A N/A
48 44 William V. Humphreys Sr., 58 Citizens Bancorp $252,240 $202,240 $50,000 $- -- $- $- ($147,893) -37.00%
49 NR James M. Usdan, 56 Metro One Telecommunications $206,113 $170,000 $- $- 150,000 $36,113 $- N/A N/A
50 NR James W. Bernau, 52 Willamette Valley Vineyards $203,143 $158,658 $37,500 $- -- $- $6,985 N/A N/A


Footnotes:

(1) 2006 rankings, based on 2005 proxy statements, were calculated using “total direct compensation,” equal to: base salary + bonus + other cash compensation + restricted stock + dollar value of LTIP target + Black-Scholes values of option grants. Stock awards include restricted stock and performance share grants during the year calculated as the number of shares granted multiplied by the price at grant, if reported, or the price at year-end. Stock options are valued using a Black-Scholes methodology.

(2) 2005 rankings were calculated using the same methodology as the 2006 rankings, except that there was a 10% discount applied to the time-restricted stock values in 2005. This affected six companies in our list and the impacts were minimal and did not change the 2005 rankings.

(3) Consisting of restricted stock awards, or LTIP payouts in stock.

(4) This value is calculated for incumbents only. Data provided to Watson Wyatt by Equilar Inc.

 

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