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Keizer OR 97303

Involvement in the Oregon Community

One of the many reasons that Richard Walsh and Eric Wilborn are so highly sought after is that they feel a deep sense of compassion for others. Their love for the community and great desire to serve is reflected in their efforts to better Keizer and surrounding areas.
Richard M. Walsh

Rich has spent a lifetime giving back to his community. His passion for community service began with delivering meals on wheels as a high school student and has continued ever since. He has volunteered countless hours at his children's schools, his church, the boy scouts, a local non-profit, and many local community projects. His volunteer work for the Willamette River Water Trail project was extensive and resulted in his being invited to travel to Washington D.C. to receive an award for the organization and to give a presentation to the Department of Interior.
His ongoing desire to better the lives of others was his motivation to become a member of the Keizer City Council from 2000-2011 where he also served as council president from 2005-2009. In addition he also volunteered to be on dozens of Keizer committees and task forces to help his community. His exemplary volunteer work was recognized when he was awarded the President's award by the Keizer Chamber of Commerce.
Rich also volunteered countless hours in spearheading many community efforts to raise millions of dollars to create Keizer Rapids Park and to fund its many amenities. These efforts were recognized by the Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments by presenting him with the Regional Leadership Award and by the Keizer City Council by naming the street in Keizer Rapids Park as Walsh Way and by naming the boat ramp at the park, Walsh's Landing.
Rich and Walsh & Associates continue to volunteer and invest in their community.

Eric M. Wilborn

Eric volunteers for various political organizations and social causes. In 2004 he traveled to Broward County in Florida to serve as an Electon Protection Poll Monitor where he ensured equal voting rights for all citizens. He also was a mentor for the I Have a Dream Foundation.