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Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce
 
 
  September, 2013  
 
One of the owners of the O'Neill Pine Company, Kylie Pine, was (among her many endeavors) the creator and curator of the new Oregon State Hospital Museum in Salem.  Yes, that's the place of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest fame.  She is also a graduate of Willamette University, and, just like her Dad in July of 2007, was profiled in their alumni magazine, Scene.
 
  September, 2011  
 
O'Neill Pine Company board member Terri Frohnmayer won the United States Golf Association Senior Women's Amateur championship in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  Down 2 holes early on, Terri stayed consistent and eventually defeated defending champion Mina Hardin of Fort Worth, Texas, 2 and 1.  Congratulations Terri!
 
  February, 2011  
 
O'Neill Pine Company supplied FSC-certified wood beams to the Friends of the Bush Gardens (in Salem, Oregon) for use in their newly renovated greenhouse.  The beams were unloaded by an inmate work crew and Freres Lumber, another family-owned timber firm, donated the transportation cost.
 
  May, 2009  
 
Maggie F. Keenan, Ed.D., wrote a book about companies and their charitable giving, and she asked O'Neill Pine Company President Richard Pine to contribute.  OPC now has it's own chapter in Small Businesses Give Big: Why Charitable Giving is a Great Business Strategy.
 
  September, 2008  
 
O’Neill Pine Company was named Agri-Business of the Year by the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce!  The Chamber annually recognizes one business that produces or uses products from land.  OPC was recognized for its environmental policies and community contributions.
 
  June, 2008  
 
Former O'Neill Pine Company board member Bryan Johnston passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in his sleep.  Bryan served OPC in 1999 and 2000, but he was only being kind to us.  He had a distinguished professional career, highlighted by being Willamette University’s interim President, associate dean at Willamette's College of Law, Dean of its Atkinson Graduate School of Management, serving in the Oregon House, and serving as interim director of the Oregon Department of Human Services.

We will miss him.

 
  July, 2007  
 
Each September, Willamette University holds a Reunion Week.  That's also when the school celebrates some of their outstanding alumni for what they've accomplished since graduation.  O'Neill Pine Company's President, Richard Pine, is among this year's honorees.  Congratulations, Mr. President!
 
  May, 2007  
 
Solar panels have been added to the roof of Liberty House, where O'Neill Pine Company is headquartered.  The Salem Statesman Journal wrote a story about it and of some of the benefits of using the sun to help power a building.
 
  February, 2007  
 
O'Neill Pine Company's Board Chair and Corporate Secretary, Debra Pine, was nominated for an Athena Award for her business and community leadership.  She was profiled once again by the Salem Statesman Journal in a special Women in Business section of the newspaper.
 
  July, 2006  
 
O'Neill Pine Company was the focus of an article about sustainable forestry in the July/August 2006 copy of The Green Guide entitled "Eco-Forestry Up Close" and written by Francesca Lyman.
 
  June, 2006  
 
Kylie Pine, O'Neill Pine Company's Vice President-History, was voted Volunteer of the Year for 2005 at Mission Mill Museum.  She was featured in a story on page three of Mission Mill's newsletter, Milling Around, Summer of 2006 edition.
 
  February, 2006  
 
O'Neill Pine Company was named the Showcase Company of the Month by the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce.  A story about the award was on page five in the March, 2006 edition of Business News, the chamber's monthly newsletter.
 
  February, 2006  
 
Debra Pine, O'Neill Pine Company's Board Chair and Corporate Secretary, got a nice profile in the Salem Statesman Journal's special Women in Business section.  On the next page was an advertisement for OPC showing our three major stockholders.
 
  April, 2005  
 
O'Neill Pine Company was the exclusive supplier of all the certified timbers used in the Salem Rotary's Centennial Pavilion.  See more and read more...
 
  Et Cetera  
 
Take a look at all the other awards that we are humbled to have won, including the Austin Family Business Award for the top female-owned family business in Oregon and Oregon Business Magazine's best small business to work at in Oregon!
 
  O'Neill Pine Company

PO Box 7
Salem, OR  97308

info@opineco.com

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