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Rebecca L. Jones (Becky)
Becky Jones, the eldest daughter of Aaron Jones, has worked in a variety of positions at Seneca and received extensive training from Lundquist School of Business professors in preparation for the future transition of ownership of the family company. Becky has worked at ESCO Corp., providing industrial machinery and parts to manufacturers, and Lube Products Inc., providing high-quality lubricants for aerospace and watch manufacturers. Becky is currently a co-owner and director on the board at Seneca. She has also served as a board member for the High Desert Museum and chaired the museum’s fundraising and community-building committee. In her spare time, Becky travels to exotic locations to pursue her love of photography. She currently lives in Bend, Oregon.

Kathy Jones
Kathy Jones and her sisters were ‘raised’ in Seneca’s mills, driving the heaviest loaders, trucks and machinery as ten year olds. After attending the University of Oregon, Kathy married and began a real estate career in Eugene, but left to focus on raising her four teenage children. A natural entrepreneur, Kathy founded WaterBabies, LLC with her children, a company that develops, manufactures and sells waterproof pouches for which she holds several patents. Kathy is currently a co-owner and director on the board at Seneca. She currently spends her time between the McKenzie River in Oregon and Southern California, and enjoys scuba diving, her pilot’s license and spending time with her family.

Jody Jones
Jody Jones grew up with her sisters on a 20-acre plot in Eugene, Oregon. After high school, Jody attended the Rudolph Schaeffer School of Interior Design and then studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute in Hollywood. She soon returned to Eugene to work throughout Seneca’s Family of Companies, giving her a well-rounded understanding of the business. Jody received extensive training from Lundquist School of Business professors in preparation for the future transition of ownership of the family company. Jody is currently a co-owner and director on the board at Seneca. She currently lives in Eugene, where she enjoys the outdoors and riding horses.

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