Award Winners

Each June we hold the Awards and Installation Banquet. This is a yearly celebration of our business community, induction of our Board of Directors and celebrating the success of the Chamber.

Peers nominate others in the community for awards that are gifted this night. Through a selection process, a committee will review the nomination forms and select one winner for each of our categories. Although some of these winners must be active Chamber members, two awards are gifted to any community leader who resides or works in Clackamas County. Anyone is welcome to nominate fellow community members.

Nominations are being accepted now through May 15th for this year’s event.

Business of the Year or Business Person of Year (Chamber members);

Irwin Adams Lifetime Achievement Award (open to community members);

Joe Krumm Humanitarian Award (open to community members)

2019 Award Recipient's Included:

Business Person of the Year Award (honoring an individual who has given back to the community in time, energy, and resources “above and beyond the call of duty” during this past year) – this year’s winner was Marie Jensen with The UPS Store.

Business of the Year Award (honoring a business that is not only successful, but that is also actively involved in the community during this past year) – this year’s winner was Olson Brothers Point S Tires, Towing & Automotive Services.

Irwin Adams Lifetime Achievement Award (honoring an individual who has given back to the community in time, energy and resources “above and beyond the call of duty” over an extended period of time) – this year’s winner was Judith Ervin, Retired Clackamas Community College Board member.

Rohn Bly Memorial Volunteer of the Year Award (honoring a member of the Chamber who traditionally goes above and beyond the norm in sharing their time, talents, resources, and expects nothing in return) – this year’s winner was Pennie Kincade with Columbia Bank -Clackamas.

Joseph Krumm Humanitarian Award (honoring an individual having a proven record of outstanding, long-term community service and /or philanthropy benefiting Clackamas County) – this year’s winner was Craig Roberts, Clackamas County Sheriff.

“Special thanks to our presenting sponsors American Medical Response, Kaiser Permanente, Portland General Electric and Willamette View. As well as Gray Gables Estate & Forte Floral,  Lara Janzen Photography, Baskin Robbins-Gladstone, Amicus Data, Clackamas Review and Laserwerks “

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