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|Tuesday, June 15, 2010|
Medford-based Lithia motors is a family business: Sid DeBoer is CEO, his son Brian is President, and until he resigned this month, Sid's son Jeff DeBoer was the company's CFO.
DeBoer said he has accomplished the goals set when he started at the company in 1997.
Read more at the Mail Tribune.
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