LEADERSHIP

President

This is my test bio. I am the Owner of Tabor Systems LLC and Computer bytes in Port Orford. I am also the President of the Port Orford Chamber of Commerce. I love this community and I want to support it in any way I can.

Secretary

Frank Shores has lived in Port Orford, Oregon for 5 years.

Currently works at Umpqua Bank.

Has been involved with the Chamber of Commerce for 1.5 years.

Performs at many functions with his Wife Kalee doing music.

 

Treasurer

Debra Greenlee recently moved from Sacramento, California to Port Orford in June 2016. With her sister Susan and brother-in-law Wayne, they purchased 12 Acres Bed & Breakfast off of Paradise Point. She brings 40 years of financial experience to the Chamber Board along with numerous volunteer hours to service organizations, many non-profit. The last sixteen years she worked for Schools Financial Credit Union, an educational credit union as a Regional Branch Manager before retiring in May 2016. Debra has two children, Kyle and Kori and four grandchildren living in Vacaville, California and Bremerton, Washington respectfully. Her interests are reading, golfing badly, getting her Bed & Breakfast up and running, and traveling both domestically and internationally.

board Member

Susan Markel has recently come to Port Orford from Colorado with her husband, Wayne, and sister Debbie from California. We purchased 12 Acres Bed & Breakfast off of Paradise Point. Susan has one daughter, Adrienn and three grandchildren, also two step-children Jeff and Alisha. Susan graduated from the University of West Florida in 1990. She taught high school in Florida then moved to Kansas where she and Wayne purchased the local hardware, lumber yard, garden center and appliance center. Along with keeping the books for the store, she taught the Gifted program in the local high school. While in Kansas, Susan also served on the City Council for 8 years. Within those 8 years Susan coordinated the downtown beautification, Heritage Holiday Celebration, the city RV Park, and assisted with the airport grant. After moving to Colorado, Susan volunteered her time for non-profit organizations. Her interests are gardening, woodworking, reading and getting the B & B up and running.