LBCC Appoints Randy Camp to Board of Education

Randy Camp
Randy Camp has been appointed to the Linn-Benton Community College Board of Education.

Camp, of Corvallis, will be sworn in at the next board meeting held Wednesday, May 18 at 6 p.m. in the Calapooia Center boardroom, CC-103. Camp will fill Zone 6-7, the seat previously held by Lyn Riverstone, who resigned in January.

Camp’s deep involvement in the community as well as his sig

“We were grateful to have outstanding applicants for this open board position,” Hamann said. “We’re very excited to have Randy Camp join our Board, and we were honored to have such quality among the three applicants for the position.”

Camp is general manager of CoEnergy Propane, which has operations based in Albany and Redmond. He is the incoming president for the Pacific Propane Gas Association.

Camp also serves on the LBCC Foundation Board, and has helped attract contributions of equipment and money to support the college’s development of the Advanced Transportation Technology Center in Lebanon. He has an extensive array of community involvements, which include work for local Chambers of Commerce, Boys and Girls Clubs, ABC House, CASA, Furniture Share and others.

Camp cities family experience with LBCC that fuels his desire to serve and “give back to” the college. His son learned how to be a successful student while attending LBCC, and after graduation, he went on to earn a bachelor’s degree and is in the process of completing his master’s degree at OSU and establishing a successful career, said Camp.

Camp’s term on the board will run until June 30, 2017. He will be eligible to run for a four-year term when the position is up for election in May of 2017.

nificant current involvement with LBCC were the deciding factors for the board as they chose from among three strong candidates for the post, said LBCC President Greg Hamann.

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