About the Port
Board of Commissioners
Rob Bishop is a semiretired contractor. He and his wife, Randi, have lived in Waldport for 10 years. When he is not working as a contractor or donating his time to the Port of Alsea, he enjoys fishing, crabbing, boating, and spending time with their grandchildren. He views serving as a Port commissioner as his way to give back to the community.
Jan and her husband Gary moved to Waldport from Eugene in 2002. Jan worked for the city of Eugene in various capacities for 33 years. Her hobbies are quilting and gardening. She was elected to the Port of Alsea Board of Commissioners in 2011.
Joe was appointed to the Alsea Port Commission two years ago and elected for a four year term in November of 2015. Joe and his wife of thirty-seven years, Jannette Macpherson, live on Eckman Creek Road. Joe represents commercial fisheries and sport anglers and hunters at the Oregon Legislature. Joe’s goal on the Commission is for the Port of Alsea to remain both economically and environmentally sustainable. In his spare time, he maintains a large rhodendron garden and a small wooden dory and is out on the local rivers fishing.
Chuck and his wife Karoline have lived in the Waldport area for 25 years. Chuck serves on the boards of the Oregon Hatchery Research Center and the Alsea Sportsman’s Association. He was elected to the Port of Alsea Board of Commissioners in 2013.
Lou is very active in the Waldport community. Among the many hats he wears, he is the director of the Waldport Community Center, the Wednesday Market, and is the Governor of the Moose Lodge. He was elected to the Port of Alsea Board of Commissioners in 2013.