Gary L. Weston

(503) 566-5711

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We provide services for anyone considering buying or selling a business. We are happy to answer any questions about these activities including pricing, valuation issues, exit strategies, business financing or any other subjects related to the purchase and sale of the business.

Mr. Weston joins the Coldwell Banker Commercial team with 30 years of business and small business ownership experience including: Camp Sherman Store, Doughton Hardware, Mara's Restaurant, Daily's Market and Hook Wine & Cheddar in SunRiver, Oregon.
Mr. Weston grew up in Salem, Oregon and his background is extensive in owning and operating small business as well as being a retail consultant for Hardware Stores. Mr. Weston & his wife reside in Salem, Oregon and have two grown daughters. He is an avid fly-fisherman and golfer.
Closed Transactions:
• Large resort in Central Oregon
• Large hardware store in Central Oregon
• Large home center – Central Oregon
• Hardware stores in Mid-Willamette Valley
• Retail stores & Gas and C-Stores
• Day care facility

Community Service:
Chairman Black Butte School District
Liaison with Jefferson County Land Use Development
Served on Regis Foundation Board
Chairman Search & Rescue Department – Jefferson County

University of Oregon – Bachelors in Marketing & Political Science.

Mr. Weston brings the experience to provide services to businesses and will work diligently to find qualified buyers.

Areas Served

  • Marion County, OR

Established Businesses For Sale

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Clackamas County, OR

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