Randy LovreRandy Lovre is Co-President of Oregon Pacific Capital Management Corporation and President of Oregon Pacific Investment Development Company. Since 1976 he has been responsible for the leasing and management of all existing properties, long term strategy, marketing programs and the bottom-line performance of a diverse, multi-faceted commercial real estate portfolio. As a member of the management team, he assesses and provides direction on acquisition activities and the development process. Randy skillfully interfaces with consultants, architects, engineers, contractors, lenders, governmental agencies and the real estate brokerage community.

Prior to joining Oregon Pacific, Randy established a foundation for management and marketing as a District Sales Manager with Chrysler Corporation from 1973 to 1976 and served previously as an officer in the U.S. Army.

Randy is a graduate of Southern Oregon College in Ashland, Oregon. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration as well as an Oregon real estate license. Randy resides in Tualatin, OR with his family. He enjoys fly fishing and skiing.

Julie Leuvrey

Julie Leuvrey is co-president of Oregon Pacific Capital Management Corporation and vice president of Oregon Pacific Investment Development Company. Hired in 1993, she oversees acquisitions of income properties and development sites, including contract negotiations, due diligence and financing. Julie supervises various aspects of the development process, with primary emphasis on site selection, economic feasibility and financing. She conducts corporate strategic planning and operations review as part of the Oregon Pacific’s executive management team.

Prior to joining Oregon Pacific, Julie served as the portfolio manager for Metric Realty Services in Foster City from 1991 to 1993. There, she planned strategy and managed the overall business performance of two public real estate limited partnerships that owned residential, industrial, and hotel properties. Prior to becoming a portfolio manager, Julie worked as an associate in the Investment Analysis Group, underwriting acquisitions for institutional clients including CALPERS, CALSTRS and the Alaska Permanent Fund. Between 1984 and 1986, Julie established her career as a financial analyst for Eastdil Realty, a real estate investment banking firm in San Francisco, CA.

A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, Julie holds a Masters of Business Administration with an emphasis in finance and real estate. Prior to that, she achieved her Bachelor of Arts in political science, graduating summa cum laude. As a person passionate about the area where she lives and works, Julie currently serves on the board of the Citizens’ Crime Commission (CCC), is a member of OHSU’s Cancer Institute Council and is involved with Friends of the Children. She has previously served on the boards of the National Association of Industrial & Office Parks, The Portland Streetcar, the Portland Business Alliance and numerous local task forces. Julie resides in the Portland area with her husband and two children and enjoys running, skiing, traveling and eating chocolate.

Tracy Capellen

Tracy Capellen, Vice President of Oregon Pacific Investment Development has been with the company for over 10 years. Tracy directs the Residential Portfolio by monitoring performance of the communities, identifying problem areas or best-practice opportunities and maintains staff needs among other daily tasks. Developing business plans based on Oregon Pacific’s objectives and industry strategies, she assists in the continuance of a strong, productive, quality portfolio.

Additionally, Tracy is an active team member in the acquisition or creation of new properties and manager of a multitude of administrative and fiscal functions.

Tracy began her career in 1991 while working for Lincoln Property Company in Florida as part of the Property Management, Training and New Acquisition Transition team. She later joined Equity Residential Property Management (EQR) in Florida and Oregon in multiple asset management, transition management and training.

A graduate of the University of Oregon, Tracy received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Hotel Management and Services. In 1998 she received the Equity Residential Property Management Leadership Award and for her participation in the Occupational Skills Training Program assisting in preparing individuals for employment in the field of property, Tracy received the 2008 Chemeketa Community College Recognition Award. Certified Apartment Manager Designation (CAM) and NAA certification are also part of Tracy’s repertoire of experience in Property Management, Training and Development.

Cameron Bromen

Cameron Bromen is the corporate controller of Oregon Pacific Investment and Development Company. He began working for Oregon Pacific in 2015. Cameron controls aspects of financial reporting, cash management, and accounts payable. He also identifies process improvement and best-practice opportunities, as well as acts as the liaison for human resources.

Cameron began his career at CBRE, Inc. as an accountant in 2006, where he worked is way up to Assistant Real Estate Controller. During this time, he found that he enjoyed analyzing financial reports, developing best-practices, managing a team of accountants and accounting managers, and working with a variety of clients across the country.

A graduate of St. John’s University in Minnesota, Cameron received his Bachelors of Arts degree in Accounting. Cameron resides in downtown Portland and enjoys a variety of activities ranging from cooking and video games to attending concerts and skiing.