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Steve Holden is the new plant manager of the Trus Joist factory in Eugene. He replaces Joe Fyie, who becomes manager for a special engineered lumber project at the company's plant in Albany. Holden was manager of the Trus Joist plant in Junction City until it closed last year. Trus Joist is owned by Weyerhaeuser Co.


Dr. Gary LeClair of Eugene has been appointed by Gov. Ted Kulongoski to the Oregon Board of Medical Examiners. The 11-member board licenses and supervises the state's medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy and other health care professionals. LeClair was appointed to a three-year term on the board.

Rebecca Silver, a graduate student in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon, has received a two-year, $74,720 grant to study children's early anti-social tendencies that are not related to family influences. Funding for the project, which will be conducted at the UO's Child and Family Center, is through a private fellowship and a pair of federal programs.

Alison Boyd-Ball, executive director and a research scientist at the UO's Child and Family Center, has been awarded a $60,000 career development grant by the National Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, at the University of Colorado. The program will be a two-year mentorship.

Richard Shugar of Eugene's Shugar Architecture has been elected 2004 president of the Southwestern Oregon chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Also elected to the association's board were J.F. Alberson of Eugene's TBG Architects & Planners, who will serve as secretary, John Bramwell of Eugene's Robertson Sherwood Architects, who will be treasurer, Scott Stolarczyk of Robertson Sherwood, who will be a director, Don Ramirez of Eugene's CD Drafting Services, who will be an associate director, and Gregory Brokaw of Eugene's Rowell Brokaw Architects, the association's past president.


The Heritage Village Apartments at 2555 Willakenzie Road, Eugene, has been purchased for $7.55 million by IAC-Heritage LLC. The 176-unit complex was previously owned by Parkside Properties LLC. The deal was brokered by Charles Conrow and Todd VanDomelen of Norris & Stevens, Inc., of Portland.

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Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Mar 2, 2004
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