Don Sheeley grew up in Banks; his wife Debbie Boone is from Beavercreek. Hard work got them to the point of relative financial stability, but it was a strong desire to remain Oregonians that put them on the road to entrepreneurial success. It’s quite a story, so we’ll start early.
It’s his demeanor you first notice. Talk to Jim Rodriguez, the owner of EDEN Services […]
A visit to a dental office typically produces one of two reactions. If the patient […]
It was in 1911 that Charles “Ollie” Woods purchased some farm land along Foland Creek in Beaver from his uncle, Merriam Foland, and started a dairy.
At the young age of 17, Gary Fromm purchased a commercial property in Philadelphia and opened his first business, which he called Doors Unlimited. Forty-five years later, that company is still thriving and operates under joint ownership between Gary and his employees.
“I grew up in a home where hard work and competition were considered good things,” says Gary Ripka remembering his upbringing in Sheridan and Newport. He started pitching in on his dad’s salmon trawler at the age of 10. By 17, he was captaining the vessel.
Gene Shannon’s first building project was a tree fort in his family’s backyard. Fascinated by […]
Don’t even attempt to read this on an empty stomach, because it’s virtually impossible to […]
Using technology so advanced that the company has been featured in a “Modern Marvels” television […]
l admit it, I sniffed. But when I walked into the Griffin House in Tillamook, it didn’t smell like a nursing home, nor did it look like one. At first glance you’d call it a very nice, large, family home.