Board of Directors

Pam Bloom
Oregon City Garbage/B&B Leasing
President
Pamela J. Bloom is the President of B&B Leasing Co., Inc., a family owned solid waste and recycling business. Prior to working at B&B Leasing Co., Inc., Pamela taught Health Education at Milwaukie High School. She was born and raised in Oregon City and graduated from Oregon City High School. She received a BS in Health Education from Oregon State University and a Master's of Arts degree in Teaching from Lewis & Clark College. Pamela enjoys golf, traveling, jigsaw puzzles and the outdoors.
Larry Didway
Ex-officio
Oregon City School District
Superintendent
Larry Didway is superintendent of the Oregon City School District. His twenty-six years as an educator include experience as an elementary and middle school classroom teacher, principal and district administrator in Oregon and Japan. He serves on the Chalkboard Advisory Council, Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas County, Chief's Advisory Group for Oregon City Police and Clackamas Fire, and is a member of the Rotary Club. He resides in Oregon City with wife Chris, and their two children.
Mark Ellingson
Lewis & Clark Bank
VP/ Relationship Manager
Mark Ellingson has more than 30 years of banking experience. Finding it difficult to maintain the kind of strong mutually beneficial relationships with his clients at his previous employer, Mark left that bank and joined the Lewis & Clark Bank Team in 2007. Lewis & Clark Bank believes in building mutually beneficial strong client relationships and does this using the mindset of being ''Bankerpreneurs''. We are Bankers who are entrepreneurs at heart. We understand how business works.
David Green
Citizens Bank
Branch Manager

David has worked in banking for over 30 years, the last 23 years in Oregon. He is passionate about the success of our local community and the businesses, employees and families who live and work here. David is active in Rotary, the Clackamas Workforce Partnership, Buy Local Oregon City, and the Oregon City Chamber among others. David received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business from City University of Seattle and Graduate Banking Degree from Pacific Coast Banking School at University of Washington. In his spare time, David enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

Jan Hochstatter
Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine
Board of Directors

Jan is a founding member of Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine, the first Free Medical Clinic in Clackamas County serving individuals in Clackamas County who are uninsured and underinsured and who are experiencing limited access to medical care and services. Jan has served in a number of board positions including Past President and current Board member of CVIM; Executive Director, Clackamas County Medical Society; member Organizing Committee and past Board Member Project Access NOW; Past member Clackamas Health Access Initiative; Past President of Clackamas County Medical Assistants Association;  Current Board Chair, St. John the Apostle Cemetery and former owner Jandon Medical Transcription Services.  Jan is a lifelong resident of Oregon City with two grown children and five grandchildren.

Shawnda Horn
Double J Construction Inc.
Shawnda Horn founded Double J Construction Inc with her husband in the Spring of 2000. After spending 15 years in the insurance industry, she took her experience, knowledge and training to manage and grow her own business. Through college and her later years, Shawnda held a variety of customer service, retail and management positions. She has a bachelor's degree in business, and she achieved her Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriting (CPCU) designation while working in the insurance.
Tony Konkol
Ex-officio
City of Oregon City
City Manager

Tony Konkol was selected to serve as the City Manager of Oregon City in March of 2016 and brings nearly 15 years of governmental experience to the position. Prior to this promotion, he was the City’s Community Development Director, working for 14 years in the planning department.  Tony holds a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from Portland State University and a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Studies from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.  Tony and his wife, Carrie, have two children, Colin and Ella. He enjoys skiing, hiking and golf.

Janet Mann
Treasurer
Janet Mann Nutrition Consulting
Janet has spent her career as a registered dietitian nutritionist in the healthcare field from working with small caregiving organizations, to governmental organizations, to large corporations. In 2002, she opened her nutritional counseling private practice in Oregon City. She works with individuals answering nutrition questions and helping them change their eating habits to optimize their health. Janet has been a member of the Chamber since 2003 and enjoys being involved in Oregon City.
Derek Metson
Immediate Past Chair
Greenbox Architecture LLC
Derek Metson is an award winning architect, working collaboratively to create dynamic and thoughtful spaces that address specific needs while respecting his clients' budgets and timelines. He values design excellence, technical expertise and sustainable practices focusing on providing high-quality design services for the creative and discriminating client. Recognized for an innovative design approach he reevaluates the familiar to make it unique. He enjoys time with his wife and three sons.
Dick Orr
BCT
Dick Orr joined BCT in 2006 and since that time has been recognized as BCT's spokesperson during community events. As the Community Development Representative, Dick spends time with both residential and business customers helping to coordinate and provide services. You can also find him sharing his enthusiasm for giving back to the community through his involvement in the O.C. Chamber of Commerce, where he will be starting his 2nd term as a board member, O.C. Rotary, O.C. Lions and through his volunteering efforts with the Relay For Life and Meals on Wheels. Dick finds working for BCT to be a gratifying experience. "These days it seems hard to find a company that cares about the community that they serve as much as BCT does." In his time off, Dick enjoys spending time with Jakye, his wife of 37 years, and his two grown children when they are in town.
Susan Perry
Chair
Susan Perry, Coldwell Banker Seal
Real Estate Broker
Susan has been a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Seal for 15 years. It is a pleasure working with customers helping them sell their homes or to purchase a home. Susan has a degree in Environmental Health from Old Dominion University. She has previously worked at Public Health Departments, general manager of the Oregon Road Runners Club and spent 7 years living overseas as part of the Diplomatic Corps. Susan loves to sail and drive her 1962 Nova convertible. She enjoys living in Oregon City.
Jonathan Stone
Ex-officio
Downtown Oregon City Association
Executive Director
Jonathan serves on the OC Chamber board, is the Marketing Chair for the Willamette Falls Heritage Area Coalition, a founding board member for Rediscover the Falls, OC Chamber's representative on the Historic Review Board, Buy Local Oregon City committee, and active in several area tourism groups. Jonathan has a Bachelor of Architecture from Boston Architectural College, an MBA in Marketing and MS Information Systems from Boston University.
Katie Durfee
Asst to the City Manager (courtesy)
City of Oregon City
Exec Assist to City Mgr
Sandi Burns
Scribe
Cameron McCredie
Cameron McCredie, Oregon City Realtor, Realty Trust Group
Residential Broker
My ancestors arrived in Oregon City in 1852. I've enjoyed living in other parts of the country but, for me, Oregon City is the place to live and built community. Oregon City offers the opportunity to raise a family, work and play in a healthy setting where friendly, civic-minded neighbors know and gladly help each other. I'm a proud homeowner in the historic McLoughlin neighborhood.
John Graf
OC Sign GrafX
Owner
John has been involved with the Oregon City Chamber for about one year, since taking new ownership of OC Sign GrafX.  “I’m very happy with the results of the business relationships through the OC Chamber. My role as a business owner is to network with other businesses and Chamber gives me that opportunity”.  In the process of helping businesses with their sign needs his Chamber experience has helped his business grow, not to mention creating some fantastic friendships. John has also had the opportunity to volunteer at a variety of Chamber events including morning and evening networking and State of the City luncheon. “This has been a fulfilling experience and given me exposure to a wider group of members, city/county leaders and elected officials. I look forward to a continuing relationship with the OC Chamber for a long, long time”.