Mac computer repair store opens in Mountain Park area

Tendu Sherpa has opened Lake Oswego Mac Repair at 4 Monroe Parkway behind the Chevron service station at Mountain Park. The shop will offer hardware cleaning, general diagnosis and troubleshooting, repairs, hardware and performance upgrades on laptops, desktops, iPhones and servers. The shop will also sell refurbished Macs and recycle computers.

For more information, visit or call 503-998-7142.


Greco named CEO of CFCU

Mary Greco has been appointed chief executive officer of Clackamas Federal Credit Union. She previously served as Clackamas’s executive vice president, and brings 31 years of credit union experience to her new role.

Greco began her career at Coconino Federal Credit Union in Flagstaff, Ariz., where she spent six years. She continued in the credit union industry for the next 15 years in Las Vegas, Nev., first at Network Federal Credit Union and later at Silver State Schools Credit Union. She joined Clackamas in 2001. Her experience includes operations, lending, accounting, branch administration and human resources and training. Greco holds a bachelor’s in organizational communication from Marylhurst University.

“I am honored by the opportunity to lead Clackamas,” said Greco. “Our credit union has a great staff, a proud legacy of serving Clackamas County, and above all amazing members. I’m excited to work with a great leadership team and our employees to continue adding value for every Clackamas member.”

Chronicle of Philanthropy names Wells Fargo ‘most generous’

Wells Fargo was the most generous company in the nation last year, according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy magazine.

The Washington, D.C.-based magazine released its annual ranking of the top 10 corporate cash givers for 2012 on July 14. Wells Fargo donated more than $315.8 million to 19,500 schools and nonprofit groups last year to lead the magazine’s list of the most generous companies in the United States.


Ratcliffe named assistant GM at Residence Inn

Justine Ratcliffe has been named the assistant general manager at Residence Inn in Lake Oswego. Previously she held the dual positions of director of guest services and director of suitekeeping for Homewood Suites by Hilton, located in Wichita, Kan. Her background includes increased responsibility for Holiday Inn Express and Radisson. She is a graduate of Butler Community College.

Ratcliffe has relocated to Lake Oswego.


Winick, Fenwick join Infinity Rehab

Holly Winick has been appointed vice president of human resources for Wilsonville-based Infinity Rehab. She previously served as director of human resources.


Derek Fenwick will fill a newly-created role of director of professional development with the firm. He previously served as area rehab director for Infinity Rehab.

Infinity Rehab was established in 1999 with a mission to enhance the life of every person they serve and the life of each of its more than 2,000 employees. The firm provides clinically intensive, comprehensive physical, occupational and speech therapy in the sub-acute and long-term care environment.


Ashenden joins Portrait Publications

Bill Ashenden has joined Portrait Publications, owned by Claudia Brown + Company, Inc. as partner and executive vice president. Ashenden has more than 33 years of advertising sales, management and marketing experience in Portland.

He was most recently general sales manager of Alpha Broadcasting, which owns radio stations and digital assests for KXL, KINK, KUPL, KXTG, KBFF, KUFO and the Radio NW Network.

Ashenden managed the sales team at KXL, KXTG and the Radio NW Network for the past 19 years.Ashenden graduated from University of Portland in 1980 and is a past president of Portland Area Radio Council, a past chairman of the Oregon Association of Broadcasters and is currrently on the Board of Governors for the Evans Scholars Foundation.Ashenden is married to Beverly, has 3 daughters and lives in Lake Oswego.

Bike Commute Challenge opens today

Registration for the Bicycle Transportation Alliance’s Bike Commute Challenge begins today and the organization encourages businesses to take the plunge and try commuting by bicycle. The BTA will send an instructor to your workplace in the Portland-Metro area to answer questions about laws and skills for riding safely with traffic, route finding, combining bikes with transit and basic gear and maintenance for a safe, comfortable commute. For more information, visit

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