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For additional information on Canby Livability or to contact any of the advisors:




401 NW Territorial Rd

Canby, OR 97013


Click on an advisor name below to read more about their CLC commitment.

Tim Stuart,

 Founding Advisor 

Chairman, Board of Directors

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  • Canby Toastmasters 

  • Oregon Auctioneers Association

  • Chairman of the Board National Auctioneers Association 

  • Canby Area Chamber of Commerce

Tim is owner and Principal Broker of Stuart Realty Group, Inc. Member of NAA, OAA, CAR, NAR, PMAR, & OAR.  Tim is a dedicated Marketing specialist with over 20 year's experience. He is active in Toastmaster's International and is a graduate of Dale Carnegie training. He is well known in both the Real Estate and Auction industry for his ethics and integrity. Tim is a graduate of the World Wide College of Auctioneering, and also received a diploma for Bi-lingual selling.

After completing a successful sale, Tim enjoys playing golf and riding Harley Davidson's along with spending quality time with his family and enjoys working with local non profits.

Bob Tice,

Founding Advisor


  • President, Canby Livability Coalition

  • Life Member of Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

  • Active Member of Bethany Church

Bob is a native Oregonian and has lived in the Canby area since 2000. He is a co-founder of Canby Livability and is currently serving as its President. 
Bob is currently retired but previously worked in Canby as the Plant Manager for a small satellite operation of Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc. He has a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering and developed several products while employed by Bell Telephone Laboratories, Tektronix, and other companies since the mid 1960s.
Bob helped found Canby Livability because of his desire to see Canby maintain its unique quality of life. He recognized a need to provide a green space and other recreational facilities in the rapidly growing area around his home in north Canby to give kids a place to play in their neighborhood. 
By helping create such a unique organization as Canby Livability which is dedicated to proactively working with local government using sound governmental policies, Bob feels his efforts will help build a quality community for future Canby generations.

Sheila Tice
Founding Advisor 


  • Neighborhood Associations Advisor for Canby Livability Coalition

  • Active member of Riverside Neighborhood Association

  • Active Member of Bethany Church and co-leader of its sewing circle

Sheila moved to Oregon as an infant and grew up in Oregon City. In 2000 she moved with her husband Bob into a home surrounded by a filbert grove on the edge of Canby. She helped found Canby Livability and serves as its secretary. Her advisor focus is neighborhood associations. She brings to Canby Livability computer skills and clerical organization.

Sheila has a degree in math and has worked in computer related fields. She taught preschoolers in Sunday School for many years and has volunteered with literacy, tutoring GED students. 

She helped start up Riverside Neighborhood Association and was its first recording secretary. She also volunteers with her church sewing circle which makes quilts for the poor and assembles supplies for third world hospitals. She really enjoys helping others. 

Having lived in Oregon, Washington, and the Midwest, Sheila was amazed by the rural feel of Canby and the charming houses with their well-kept lawns and beautiful flowers. She was excited to be a part of Canby, but felt that citizens needed to organize to speak with one voice about maintaining the small town look and feel of Canby as it grows. She wants to help preserve the character of Canby.

JillMarie Wiles
Founding Advisor

Executive Vice President 

  • Canby Livability Coalition

  • Park & Rec Advisor for Canby Livability Coalition

  • Canby Toastmasters

  • Oregon Auctioneers Association

  • National Auctioneers Association 

  • National Auctioneers Foundation Trustee

  • Canby Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Ponytail Roundup Co-founder

JillMarie is a native Oregonian and has lived in the Canby area for the past 14 years. She is a co-founder of Canby Livability and currently serves as the Park & Rec. Advisor. JillMarie is also a Competent Toastmaster (CTM) with Canby Toastmasters and is available to help local citizens desiring assistance with public speaking skills to address livability issues.
She is the owner of a Canby based business, Beneficial Auction Services, and has been a professional auctioneer since 1994. She holds the title of 2001 International Auctioneer Champion. She has served on the Oregon Auctioneers Association (OAA) Board of Directors since 1997, and was elected President from 2002-04. In 2002 she was elected to the National Auctioneers Association Foundation (NAF) Board of Trustees for a 3 year term.
JillMarie is an active member in her community with Canby Toastmasters, The Hope Village Community Auction, Canby Area Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program, Key Club Ponytail Round-up for Locks of Love, and has served on the Community Youth Accountability Panel.
JillMarie is involved with Canby Livability, because of the approach the organization takes in addressing issues and opportunities within the community where she lives. She enjoys working with the team of advisors who are like minded, positive, and proactive people. She also appreciates how the advisory team focuses on creating a consensus before making a decision on how to approach an identified area of livability concern.

Laura Sattler

Slice of Summer Liason


Laura opened her business INTERIORS UNLIMITED in 1968 offering complete design service & consultation for new construction/remodeling projects. Project management, space analysis & design plans, specifications, material selection, color coordination, procurement of suppliers, sub-contractors for both residential & businesses. Clients benefit from her motto “from concept to completion” in many Oregon, Idaho and Arizona locations.


Education-Experience and community involvement has been a lifetime passion,

Portland State, Marylhurst, Lewis & Clark provided education & direction. In depth construction experience as a managing partner in Evans Masonry – commercial/residential contractor, Russell Emmert Design firm-Portland, entrepreneur owner of an interior design business (3 Street of Dreams Show Houses plus at least 500 spec. houses) member of Home Builders Association Moved to Canby, became partner in Concept Design & Remodeling as Kitchen/Bath Designer.  Contracted by Hope Village as a freelance designer to make decisions for all material selection, color coordination, specifications (outside & inside) in accordance with Architect & Contractor in building Hope Village Senior Community.– 1996 through 2011 during construction & completion of 120 Garden Homes, 2 Residential Apartment complexes and Community Center which included furnishings. 


Community involvement includes Canby Business Revitalization & Development committee, Willamette Valley Country Club new building task force, Chamber of Commerce membership, President – Canby Arts Association, Clackamas County Arts Alliance Advisory Board, CEF-Canby Educational Foundation Art/Student program, Economic Development (student & professional artist panels on street light posts), Canby Main Street Design committee, Canby Library Art Advisory Council, present member of PEO (Philanthropic Educational Organization) Ways & Means for women’s education, chairperson of Arts & Culture Advisory Council of Canby and the newly reorganization -Slice of Summer co-chairperson.


In Oregon for 52 years, moved from Milwaukie and John’s Landing. Canby is home to Laura and Dick since 1993.  Family time includes seven sons between the two of them, good thing she loves to cook!  Also, enjoys being with friends, golfing, painting, table games and traveling (favorite place - Italy).

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