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CORRECTION (ran 6/15/02): The phone number for Shrink to Fit is 343-2477. An incorrect number was listed in the Business Beat column in Thursday's Register-Guard.


Union Bank of California announced the promotion of Susie Pennington to assistant vice president/branch manager of the Eugene office. She has been with Union Bank for 17 years.

Occupational therapist Mark Pruen has joined Hillside Heights Rehabilitation Center in Eugene as rehabilitation coordinator.

Daniel Hempy has joined Pacific Continental Corp., the bank holding company for Pacific Continental Bank, headquartered in Eugene, as executive vice president, director of corporate banking. He will lead the expansion and business development efforts of Pacific Continental in the Portland area. Hempy has more than 20 years of experience in the banking industry including his most recent position at U.S. Bank as senior vice president and division manager, commercial banking.

The law firm of Hutchinson, Cox, Coons & DuPriest announced the addition of two shareholders: William Sherlock has been Of Counsel with the firm for three years. His practice emphasizes civil litigation, contract law, land use law and environmental law, as well as providing mediation focusing on contractual government and real estate disputes. Also, Thomas Orr has been practicing in the Eugene area for 14 years and has recently joined Hutchinson Cox. His practice emphasizes dissolutions and creditors' rights, as well as business and real estate. The firm is now Hutchinson, Cox, Coons, DuPriest, Orr & Sherlock, PC.


View Design Inc. of Eugene received a bronze award for its creative work for the University of Oregon from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, a nonprofit education association.

Sony Digital Authoring Services received a bronze award in the 2002 Summit Creative Awards competition for its creative work in the CD-ROM/New Media category.

Gary Conley of Conley Capital Group has joined the board of trustees of the Eugene Hearing and Speech Center.

Paul Headley, senior bus operator for Lane Transit District, is retiring after 33 years of service. Headley is LTD's most senior bus driver, having started with Emerald Transportation Co., which became LTD. In addition to being active in union leadership, Headley has been the unofficial LTD historian.


Centennial Bank will move its real estate lending division, Centennial Mortgage Co., from 88 E. Broadway in Eugene to the second floor of the bank's main office at 675 Oak St. The new office will begin operations on June 17.


Shrink to Fit has been sold to Ann Olsen of Springfield by Judy Jackson of Eugene. Olsen has worked in packaging, assembly and collating for 10 years. She will provide the above services, as well as bagging and heat sealing for such items as compact discs, videos, tapes, gift baskets and software. Olsen can be reached at 343- or 747-6295.

Compiled by Mauria Banducci. Business Beat runs Tuesdays and Thursdays. It covers promotions, new hires, professional achievements, new businesses, relocations and other news. Fax items to Business Beat, 683-7631, or mail them to Business Beat, The Register-Guard, P.O. Box 10188, Eugene, OR 97440. If you send a photo and want it returned, print the address on the back. For information, call 338-2339 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Jun 13, 2002
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