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    One could argue that not since the late Victorians has any person accomplished as much in a single life as Bob Pamplin, Jr.”

    ~ THE BUSINESS JOURNAL

Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. - Resume

Honors and Awards

Sports Hall of Fame, Lewis and Clark College 2014
Shelby Foote Preservation Legacy Award, Civil War Trust. 2014
Reaching and Empowering all People, Legacy Award. 2013
Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society Business Achievement Award. (Awarded annually to four international leaders who have made significant achievements in business while also enhancing a community and humankind through their generosity.) 2012
University of Portland, Business Hall of Fame 2009
Dean’s Award, Oregon State University, Austin Family, Business Program, Excellence in Family Business 2009
Volunteers of America’s National Volunteer of the Year 2006
The Woodrow Wilson Center Award for Corporate Citizenship 2005
Selected by the Portland Business Journal as one of 20 Leaders of Change over the last 20 years 2004
Governor’s Gold Awards – Individual Private Sector 2003
Preservation Legacy Award, Civil War Preservation Trust 2003
Captain Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Award, Civil War Round Tables of
Greater Boston and Central Massachusetts
2002
Oregon Entrepreneur of the Year, Oregon Entrepreneurs Forum 2001
Jack Matlack Award for unique contributions to communications Portland Advertising Federation 2001
Governor’s Arts Award, Oregon Arts Commission 2001
Community Service Award, Concordia College, Oregon 2001
Roses for Parents, Parent of the Year (joint award for Dr. and Mrs. Pamplin, Jr.), Juvenile Diabetes Foundation 2001
Alexis de Tocqueville Society Award, United Way of Columbia Willamette 2000
Outstanding Philanthropist 2000, Association of Fundraising Professionals (formerly National Society of Fund Raising Executives) 2000
Portland’s First Citizen 1999
University of Portland School of Business named Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr., School of Business Administration 1999
Top 10 Textile Leader, Textile World Magazine 1999
Leadership Award, Portland Living Magazine 1998
Thomas Jefferson Award, Oregon Historical Society (Significant contribution to preservation of Oregon’s history and cultural heritage) 1998
Aubrey R. Watzek Award, Lewis and Clark College (Contributions to the Northwest) 1998
Philanthropist of the Year (joint award for Dr. and Mrs. Pamplin, Jr.) National Society of Fund Raising Executives, Oregon 1997
Morgan Odell Medal, inaugural recipient, Lewis & Clark College (Recognized for sustained commitment and exceptional leadership) 1996
President’s Award, World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame (Recognizing a person who has made the world better through sports) 1996
Herman W. Lay Award, Association of Private Enterprise Education (The Entrepreneur of the Year exemplifying the very best that the free enterprise system has to offer) 1995
Hero Athlete Award, Women Helping Women, Kansas City 1994
Pride of Portland Award (First Citizen of Portland given by Downtown Portland Lions Club) 1992
National Caring Award, Caring Institute (One of the 10 Most Caring People in America) 1991
Meritorious Service to Children Award, Parry Center for Children 1991
School of Business Administration Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Portland 1990
Distinguished Leadership Medal, Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge 1989
College of Business Administration at Virginia Polytechnic and State University (Virginia Tech) named the R.B. Pamplin College of Business Administration for R.B. Pamplin, Sr. and R.B. Pamplin, Jr. 1986
District Winner, Regional Winner, National Runner-up, Small Business Administration Award for Outstanding Performance as a member of the winning Small Business Institute consulting team 1974 and
1975 (twice selected)
Air Force ROTC Distinguished Service Award, US Air Force 1974
Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, Lewis & Clark College 1974
Twice selected to appear in Outstanding Young Men in America 1969 & 1973
2nd Pacific Coast, 3rd Northwest and Oregon, 1st Oregon Novice, 1st Multnomah Athletic Club, A.A.U. Weightlifting, Olympic Lifts. Ranked 5th in nation at 132 1/4 pound class. 1958-1961
Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in America listings  

 

 


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