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Pape set to receive First Citizen award.

Byline: The Register-Guard

Veteran Eugene business executive Randy Pape has been named Eugene's First Citizen for 2002.

The award, given by the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, goes to individuals who have played a major role in business and community service. The chamber has presented the award annually since 1983.

Pape, president and CEO of The Pape Group Inc., a Eugene-based industrial conglomerate, will receive the award at the chamber's 101st Annual Celebration of Business event set for Jan. 29.

Pape oversees an elaborate business empire. Branches of The Pape Group are involved in heavy-equipment sales and leasing, aircraft maintenance and garbage collection. Pape is also president and CEO of Eugene-based Liberty Financial Group, whose holdings include Liberty Bank.

Pape is on the board of directors of Obie Media in Eugene and Northwest Natural Gas.

In addition to his business ventures, Pape, 52, has been active in state and community affairs for three decades.

He's a member of the Oregon Transportation Commission, which oversees the state Department of Transportation. Also, he's on the board of trustees of the Nature Conservancy of Oregon. In 1990, Pape chaired the fund-raising campaign of United Way of Lane County.

Pape graduated from the University of Oregon in 1972 with a bachelor's degree in finance.

Tickets to the Jan. 29 event are available from the chamber by calling 484-1314.
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Date:Jan 11, 2003
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