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Mr. George H. Weyerhaeuser Jr.

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Weyerhaeuser Company

Affiliations

Board Member
Museum of Glass

Advisory Board- Chairman
G R Nano Materials

Senior Fellow
World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Member
DJSI North America

Board Member
The Bretton Woods Committee

Board Member
George Draffan

Trustee
RAND Corporation

Board Member
American Forest & Paper Association

Trustee
Pacific University

Founder
The Washington Business Roundtable

Education

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Yale

MSc

Management

Massachussetts Institute of Technology

bachelor's degree

Philosophy/Mathematics

Yale University

degree

forestry

Yale

masters of science

Sloan School of Management

Web References (188 Total References)


You will be able to make ...

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You will be able to make a contribution that will allow the Museum to meet an endowment match challenge of $500,000, pledged by George H. Weyerhaeuser, Sr. and other family members, in honor of George H. Weyerhaeuser, Jr.

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More about George H. Weyerhaeuser, Jr.
Committed to the future of Tacoma, George H. Weyerhaeuser, Jr. devoted much of his volunteer efforts to the revitalization of the city's downtown and waterfront. A dynamic force for civic change, he worked with the Thea Foss Waterway Development Authority, and was a founder and devoted advocate of Museum of Glass. He was Chair of the Museum from 2000 - 2008, and continued to serve on MOG's Board until his death in 2013.
Inspired by a legacy of hard work-as was the calling of the Weyerhaeuser family-George was a forward thinker who could conceptualize the future well before others could even dream of tomorrow's unfolding grace. Museum of Glass is an iconic representation of that grace. For him, the Museum's footprint on the dock of the Foss Waterway, serves as a signpost for residents and visitors alike, that Tacoma is sailing toward a future of exceptional promise. George Weyerhaeuser's passion for Museum of Glass continues to inspire the Museum family to carry on his tireless work by ensuring that MOG remains a destination of discovery for visitors and a place where both recognized and promising glass artists are always welcome.
A link to the video remarks made by George, Sr., which so poignantly express how much Museum of Glass meant to George, Jr. and to the Weyerhaeuser family, can be viewed here.


Bruce McLaughlin home mortgage about Tacoma WA — Real Estate & Mortgage news

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In 1935 Tacoma received national attention when George Weyerhaeuser, nine-year-old son of prominent lumber industry executive J.P. Weyerhaeuser, was kidnapped[14] while walking home from school.

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George Weyerhaeuser went on to become chairman of the Board of the Weyerhaeuser Company.


Formations: Mount St. Helens Forest Learning Center

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Within two years after the eruption, Weyerhaeuser began a reforestation program, which continues today. In total 18.4 million trees were planted on over 45,500 acres. Ten years after the eruption some individual trees were well over 35 feet tall. To better acquaint the general public with the terrible havoc caused by the eruption, and the tireless efforts to rebuild nature's destruction, the Mount St. Helens Forest Learning Center was planned and built for the sole purpose of showing what was, and is, happening to the forest.

The official grand opening on May 18, 1995, was exactly 15 years after the mighty blast. Over four hundred people attended this event and enjoyed the music program. VIP speakers, including Washington's governor, Mike Lowry, with George H. Weyerhaeuser, chairman of the Board of Weyerhaeuser, cut the ribbon, officially opening the massive, magnificent Forest Learning Center.
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Weyerhaeuser provided all the exhibits within the facility.


Website Hawks - Tacoma Washington

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In 1935 Tacoma received national attention when George Weyerhaeuser, nine-year-old son of prominent lumber industry executive J.P. Weyerhaeuser, was kidnapped[16] while walking home from school.

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George Weyerhaeuser went on to become chairman of the Board of the Weyerhaeuser Company.


First Response Mitigation Cleaning - Tacoma First Response Mitigation

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In 1935 Tacoma received national attention when George Weyerhaeuser, nine-year-old son of prominent lumber industry executive J.P. Weyerhaeuser, was kidnapped[14] while walking home from school. FBI agents from Portland handled the case, in which payment of a ransom of $200,000 secured release of the victim. Four persons were apprehended and convicted. The last to be released was paroled from McNeil Island in 1963. George Weyerhaeuser went on to become chairman of the Board of the Weyerhaeuser Company.

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