Polly brings with her nearly 20 years of
experience working as a veterinary
technician, practical rehabilitation of
indigenous wildlife, and the study of
non-human primate behavior. She
attended the Oregon Institute of
Technology where she studied as an
advanced wildlife rehabilitation
instructor. Polly also studied under
world renowned Dr. Keith Amaas and
is certified through Safe Capture
International with chemical capture
and restraint of non-human primates.
Polly's passion for primates dates
back to her early childhood.
Skip met Polly through mutual
friends and the two were married
in 1992. In 1996 they sold the farm
and bought acreage in Dallas,
Oregon, where the OPR mission
began. Skip plays an important role
in the enrichment program for the
monkeys, as he designs, builds,
and maintains climbing structures,
ledges, perches and new toys to
keep them stimulated. He oversees
maintaining the grounds and helps
Polly keep OPR clean and sanitary.
Contact OPR: (360) 575-9231   717 Harmony Dr. Longview, WA. 98632
OPR Coastal Primate Sanctuary
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Board of Directors

Polly Schultz

Skip Schultz
Vice President

Jeff Graham

Stan Hiatt
BOD member at large

Bruce Berning
BOD Attorney at Law
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Polly Schultz
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Jeff became a valuable asset to OPR in
so many ways. Whether it's painting,
construction, drying fruit or keeping up
with our books, he's always there, and
with a smile. Jeff has strong moral
values, is kind, and truly cares about the
welfare of the monkeys. We are
fortunate to have Jeff on our Board.  Jeff
and his wife, Marie, live in Seattle. Both
enjoy volunteering for several
organizations, hiking, skiing, birding,
and doing international travel. Jeff
hopes many new people will come to
know and love OPR, its staff, volunteers,
and monkeys.
Jeff Graham
Stan is a faithful and dedicated
volunteer. He is a retired Deputy Sheriff
who joined the OPR family in 2008.
Each year Stan coordinates fund
raising events, grows a garden for the
monkeys, and is always there to help
us with anything we might need. Stan is
an amazing photographer and
beautifully captures so many special
moments at OPR. His main focus is
making sure the residents are well
cared for and that their emotional
needs are met. Stan is truly an amazing
human being with such tremendous
compassion for our resident primates.
We are so fortunate to have Stan on
our Board of Directors.
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Stan Hiatt
Bruce Berning
We are fortunate to have Bruce on
our Board. With
thirty-three years of
broad business and corporate law
experience, serving for several years
as general counsel for Banfield Pet
Hospital® as it has grown from a
single veterinary hospital to more
than 800 hospitals in 44 states, as
well as serving on the Boards of
Directors of the Oregon Zoo
Foundation and the Portland Parks
Foundation just to name a few, Bruce
is an ideal addition to OPR.

Among many other awards, Bruce is
listed as a 2015 Portland Lawyer of
the Year for Banking and Finance Law
by the nationally trusted legal
directory, The Best Lawyers in

J.D., cum laude, Harvard Law School,
A.B., Economics, with High Distinction,
Indiana University, 1974
Oregon State Bar
U.S. District Court for the District of
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth
American Veterinary Medical Law
Multnomah Bar Association
The Best Lawyers in America®
2015 Lawyer of the Year - Banking and
Finance Law            
2005-2016 - Banking and Finance Law
2015-2016 - Corporate Law
Super Lawyers
2006-2010 Oregon Super Lawyer -
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