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This profile was last updated on 11/21/07  and contains information from public web pages.

Member

United Brotherhood of Carpenters
Phone: (302) ***-****  HQ Phone
United Brotherhood Carpenters
1103 Seaford Laurel Hwy
Seaford, Delaware 19973
United States

Company Description: Throughout North America, the UBC is developing regional councils that are more effective in increasing the union's share of the construction market. The union is...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Co-Founder and Program Manager
    R.A.M.P.

Board Memberships and Affiliations

21 Total References
Web References
Gerald Otis of Mountlake ...
www.knowledgeplex.com, 21 Nov 2007 [cached]
Gerald Otis of Mountlake Terrace has been reappointed to a term effective November 2, 2007, ending December 31, 2010.Otis is a founder of RAMP, a non-profit organization that builds affordable wheelchair ramps.He is a member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America.
The Northwest Navigator > Email to a Friend
www.northwestnavigator.com, 10 Feb 2007 [cached]
Jerry Otis, co-founder and program manager of R.A.M.P., solicits for volunteers like ATGPNW to provide both the man-power and carpentry skills to complete these projects.The R.A.M.P. is funded entirely by charitable contributions from individuals and organizations.Otis, whose own mobility is impaired, coordinated the supply of building materials and planning of both ramps built at Silver Shores, but the craftsmen of ATGPNW brought a wealth of experience, enthusiasm and an amazing array of power tools.
Access Washington - Official State Government Web Site
www.access.wa.gov, 19 Nov 2004 [cached]
Elise Gautama of Seattle, Jerry Otis of Mountlake Terrace, Raina Girton of Oak Harbor, Michael Miller of Seattle, Catherine Griffith of Spokane Valley, Therese Holliday of Olympia, Henry A. Murkins of Bremerton, and Gloria M. Tolaro of Rochester have been appointed to terms ending Dec. 1, 2007.
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Otis is the founder of RAMP (Regional Access Mobility Program).
HeraldNet: Business FYI
www.heraldnet.com, 27 Dec 2004 [cached]
Jerry Otis was honored Dec. 22 by Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon in recognition of the Mountlake Terrace volunteer's work.
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Otis, a carpenter by trade, is co-founder of the Regional Access Mobility Program and has helped to build wheelchair ramps for the elderly and disabled.
Amit Kumar, chief executive officer and president of Mukilteo-based CombiMatrix Corp., recently was appointed as a board member of the Nanobusiness Alliance.
Weekly Summary 01-09-05
ubcyes.com, 9 Jan 2005 [cached]
UBC 131 member Jerry Otis has been recognized by Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon with the declaration of Dec. 22 as Jerry Otis Day in the county and a reception held in his honor.
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Otis has also been awarded the 2004 Governor's Trophy.Both honors came about from his work with RAMP, the nonprofit Regional Access Mobility Program, which he founded.
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Otis, 59, became disabled from his job after undergoing a series of operations to alleviate fluid on his brain brought about by an old football injury from his high school years.He now uses a wheelchair part of the time but is able to walk - and still perform his craft - using a crutch.Those around Jerry as he works, often find it hard to resist coddling him, but soon learn he's well able."I've got my challenges, but the bulk of the people I work with understand my challenges, and they'll help...if I need help," he said. RAMP has no paid staff members.Otis requires homeowners to pay what they can afford, otherwise he depends on donations which come in part from the UBC as do some volunteers who help build the ramps.
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'height=325,width=550,scrollbars, : resizable')">[] : UBC 131 member Jerry Otis has been : recognized by Snohomish County Executive : Aaron Reardon with the declaration of : Dec. 22 as Jerry Otis Day in the county : and a reception held in his honor. : Otis has also been awarded the 2004 : Governor's Trophy.
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'height=325,width=550,scrollbars, : resizable')">[] : UBC 131 member Jerry Otis has been : recognized by Snohomish County Executive : Aaron Reardon with the declaration of : Dec. 22 as Jerry Otis Day in the county : and a reception held in his honor. : Otis has also been awarded the 2004 : Governor's Trophy.
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More : than 30 ramps were built in the past : year, out of the more than 50 requests : received. : Otis, 59, became disabled from his job : after undergoing a series of operations : to alleviate fluid on his brain brought : about by an old football injury from his : high school years.He now uses a : wheelchair part of the time but is able : to walk - and still perform his craft - : using a crutch.Those around Jerry as : he works, often find it hard to resist : coddling him, but soon learn he's well : able."I've got my challenges, but the : bulk of the people I work with : understand my challenges, and they'll : help ... if I need help," he said. : RAMP has no paid staff members.
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