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DiLoreto retires as Tualatin Valley Water District CEO

Board taps Knudson to step into leadership role


DiLoretoThe chief executive officer of Tualatin Valley Water District retired Friday after more than a decade leading the district.

Greg DiLoreto ran the Tigard and Beaverton water district since 1999.

DiLoreto's immediate plans will be to complete his service as president of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Once his term as president is over, DiLoreto plans on spending time with his family and volunteering in the community.

“I have been honored to work with such a great group of people and commissioners at TVWD,” said DiLoreto. “I couldn’t think of a better way to finish up my 37 years in the public sector. I leave the district in good hands, and I’m confident they will continue to be a leader in the water industry.”

DiLoreto has worked in the public works field for 34 years, 17 years as a public works director and city engineer. He holds a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Oregon State University and a master’s degree in public administration from Portland State University. DiLoreto is a fellow in the ASCE, and was named the 2005 ASCE Government Engineer of the Year. In 2003, he was inducted into the Oregon State University Academy of Distinguished Engineers.

The TVWD Board of Commissioners named Mark Knudson as the new CEO.

KnudsonKnudson is a professional engineer with 30 years of experience in the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of water systems. Previous to being hired as TVWD’s chief engineer in 2007, Knudson worked for Carollo Engineers and the Portland Water Bureau. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in environmental engineering from Oregon State University, and is certified as a Class 4 water distribution operator and a Class 3 water treatment operator.

“I look forward to taking the reins and leading TVWD during the addition of a new water supply for the district and the region,” said Knudson. “Greg has been an excellent CEO and is leaving the district as a respected and award-winning organization — I have large shoes to fill.”

The Tualatin Valley Water District is the second largest water supplier in Oregon, serving parts of Washington County, west of Portland. About 59,000 service connections supply water to more than 200,000 customers in 45 square miles. For more information about the water district, visit tvwd.org.



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