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Steve Haddock Named Surveyor of the Year

Steve Haddock was named Surveyor of the Year for Professional Land Surveyors of Oregon

About Steve Haddock of Oregon

Stephen Haddock is a second generation Land Surveyor. In high school he spent many days with his father reading quad maps and learning to navigate in the woods. After high school he used and expanded those skills while working on the fire crew with the United States Forest Service and while serving in the United States Army. In the mid 1980's, Stephen worked full time during the summers with his father as part of Haddock Surveying. The work included locating and marking U.S. Forest Service property boundaries and performing construction staking services for private firms who were building roads on the National Forest. During the fall and winter of those years, Stephen obtained an Associate of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology while attending Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, Oregon. In 1995 Stephen began full time partnership with his father in Haddock Surveying, obtaining his Land Surveying Intern license in 1997 and his Professional licensure in Oregon in 2001. He recently passed the Certified Federal Surveyor's exam being certified as a CFedS in June of 2011. He is currently the County Surveyor Elect for Morrow County, Oregon.

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Involvement in PLSO & Community

  • Past President and President Elect of the Blue Mountain Chapter
  • Secretary/Treasurer of the Blue Mountain Chapter
  • Past Scholarship Chair, saw the fund with the Oregon Community Foundation grow to over $240,000

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