Columbia’s chief operations officer says goodbye

March 12, 2008

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Patrick D. Anderson, who has been the chief operations officer for six years, resigned from the company according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Anderson began his tenure at Columbia in June of 1992 as manager of financial reporting, became a Corporate Controller in August of 1993, Chief Financial Officer of the Company in December 1996 and was appointed Chief Operating Officer in 2002. According to the filing, his last day as an employee will be after a yet to be determined transition period, but will be no later than April 30, 2008.

Check it out in the Oregon Business Journal here

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