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Friday, August 20, 2010
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RANK EXECUTIVE (AGE)
COMPANY
TOTAL '09
'08
SALARY '09
'08
BONUS '09
'08
STOCK AWARDS '09
'08
OPTION AWARDS '09
'08
NON-EQUITY INCENTIVE PLAN COMP '09
'08
CHANGE IN PENSION VALUE '09
'08
ALL OTHER COMP '09
'08
CHANGE FROM ’08-’09 CHANGE IN STOCK PRICE 12/31
08-09
'10 '09
21 20" Bruno Guilmart*** (49)
Lattice Semiconductor Corp.
$1,075,850
$3,180,201
$615,000
$307,506
-
$290,000
-
-
$460,850
$2,416,200
-
-
-
-
-
$166,495
-66.20%
-$2,104,351
78.80%
22 25" Joseph P. Schneider (50)
LaCrosse Footwear
$943,957
$939,841
$441,692
$440,000
-
-
-
-
$69,357
$85,702
$409,686
$393,125
-
-
$23,222
$21,014
0.40%
4,116
0.20%
23 21" Ralph G. Quinsey (54)
TriQuint Semiconductor
$908,625
$1,357,431
$413,077
$414,953
-
$40,000
-
-
$348,708
$891,924
$135,692
-
-
-
$11,148
$10,554
-33.10%
-$448,806
74.40%
24 14" Robert C. Warren, Jr. (61)
Cascade Corp.*
$798,210
$1,078,064
$486,000
$540,000
-
-
$269,500
$472,483
-
-
-
-
-
-
$42,710
$65,581
-26.00%
-$279,854
-7.90%
25 18" Patricia L. Moss (56)
Cascade Bancorp
$632,850
$980,252
$391,400
$391,400
-
-
-
$116,495
-
$113,750
-
-
$221,470
$308,029
$19,980
$50,578
-35.40%
-$347,402
-89.90%
26 36" Patrick W. Cavanagh (56)
Williams Controls
$619,428
$432,714
$243,385
$260,000
-
-
-
-
-
-
$159,494
$163,514
-
-
$216,549
$9,200
43.10%
$186,714
8.40%
27 8" Bruce Davis (57)
Digimarc Corp.
$458,575
$5,255,775
$450,000
$410,000
-
-
-
$25,000
-
$3,552,523
-
$135,000
-
-
$8,575
$6,492
-91.30%
-$4,797,200
49.60%
28 27" Bruce A. Walicek (53)
Pixelworks
$445,273
$926,098
$293,625
$343,750
$53,178
-
$60,000
-
$38,470
$257,348
-
$325,000
-
-
-
-
-51.90%
-$480,825
322.20%
29 33" Hal M. Brown (56)
Pacific Continental Corp.
$430,288
$519,118
$297,250
$290,000
-
-
-
-
$76,560
$58,000
$56,006
$153,120
-
-
$472
$17,998
-17.10%
-$88,830
-23.60%
30 NR" James M. Ford** (51)
PremierWest Bancorp
$409,789
$298,665
$200,000
$220,000
-
-
-
-
-
$24,824
-
-
$156,078
-
$53,711
$53,841
37.20%
$111,124
-78.80%
31 19" Robert D. Sznewajs (63)
West Coast Bancorp
$407,545
$745,950
$360,000
$360,000
-
-
-
$258,964
$19,572
$76,324
-
-
$27,148
$37,267
$825
$13,395
-45.40%
-$338,405
-68.10%
32 NR" Terry E. Michaelson** (56)
Craft Brewers Alliance Inc.
$337,227
$97,447
$213,462
$94,059
-
-
-
-
$6,465
-
$107,500
-
-
-
$9,800
$3,388
246.10%
$239,780
100.00%
33 NR" Joseph Lu (55)
Powin Corp.
$326,190
$720,660
$240,000
$84,000
$85,290
$636,660
$900
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-54.70%
-$394,470
NA
34 37" Gregory R. Hahn (54)
Synthetech*
$319,623
$416,328
$222,500
$211,250
$75,000
$155,000
-
-
-
$28,240
-
-
-
-
$22,123
$21,838
-23.20%
-$96,705
53.20%
35 NR" Wayne A. Case (69)
Schmitt Industries
$285,751
$286,293
$249,504
$249,243
$30,000
$30,000
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
$6,247
$7,050
-0.20%
-$542
-10.30%
36 NR" Ralph Makar (49)
Bioject Medical Technologies
$259,267
$384,712
$246,923
$300,000
-
-
-
$70,500
-
-
-
-
-
-
$12,344
$14,212
-32.60%
-$125,445
85.70%
37 NR" James W. Bernau (56)
Willamette Valley Vineyards
$222,695
$224,276
$173,379
$167,840
$43,653
$41,960
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
$5,663
$14,476
-0.70%
-$1,581
17.40%
38 NR" Chester L.F. Paulson (74)
Paulson Capital Corp.
$154,510
$198,393
$108,500
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
$11,154
$85,776
-
-
$34,856
$112,617
-22.10%
-$43,883
52.90%
39 NR" F. Paul Carlson** (71)
Cascade Microtech
$96,281
$104,550
$20,731
-
-
-
$26,050
$56,050
-
-
-
-
-
-
$49,500
$48,500
-7.90%
-$8,269
134.90%
40 NR" Donald M. Boone (69)
Jewett Cameron Trading Co. Ltd.
$41,879
$39,420
$36,000
$36,000
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
$5,879
$3,420
6.20%
$2,459
36.20%

Footnotes:
* Fiscal year ended in 2010
** Became CEO during most recent fiscal year
*** No longer serving as CEO
† Merged with St. Louis, Mo.-based Viasystems Group in February 2010.



 

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