Meet Our Team

Larry Boxman

Larry Boxman

Executive Director, Board Member

Growing up on the East Coast, Larry always knew he wanted to have a farm out West to foster his love for animals large and small. He is an experienced Paramedic, Firefighter and a trained Large Animal Rescue Technician. Larry is also a veteran of the United States Air Force, where he was a Medic for several years.

Larry’s lifelong passion of helping people speaks to his core values and he shares that passion for helping animals. Larry leverages his decades of business experience to help keep the operations of the rescue running smoothly and fiscally sound.

Gayle and Jericho

Gayle Rich-Boxman

Animal Care Coordinator

Gayle is our Animal Care Coordinator and shares a deep, emotional bond with every animal that comes to OGR. Gayle’s former career in long-term care and caregiving for humans has translated well in helping develop practices and personal touches to each animal at OGR.

Gayle helps coordinate our various animal care plans and provides and researches holistic approaches to each animal’s unique health and quality of life needs.

Hailey Palmore

Hailey Palmore, MBA

Board Member

Born and raised in Oregon, Hailey spent much of her childhood being raised on a farm amongst many different kinds of rescue animals. Hailey is an Advanced EMT and a trained Large Animal Rescue Technician and is passionate about helping both humans and animals.

Hailey leverages her business competencies and network to ensure that OGR is compliant as a nonprofit and also works to ensure that every dollar from our generous donors is used thoughtfully and effectively.

Marianne Berg

Marianne Berg

Board Member

Marianne is a horse behavior specialist and is an integral part of OGR as her past experience showing horses on an international stage has provided us with a wealth of knowledge and experience with horse care and horse behavior. Marianne has led multiple horses to winning world titles and is a decorated horsewoman who is passionate about the details of superior animal care.

Marianne is involved with every animal that comes to our rescue, assessing its behavior and once cleared by the veterinarian, helping find the right location for them on the rescue. She lives nearby to the rescue and is always our first call if something is going on with any of our residents.

Marianne Berg

Angela Roach

Board Member

Angela’s love for animals has existed since she was a young girl. Angela is a firm believer that animals are equally deserving of the same rights, protections, and love as human beings.

Angela is a business-owner and a strong believer that corporations should help support community-based nonprofits, such as OGR. Angela has a naturally philanthropic spirit. Angela’s business-savvy nature, her corporate network and her generous spirit help with all aspects of OGR’s operation.

Marianne Berg

Ashley Cavett

Large Animal Care Provider

Growing up locally, Ashley came by her love of horses early on. With a father who used to rodeo, and her mom’s friend having a farm, she started mucking stalls and grooming horses at a young age. One of her fondest memories was grooming the large horses at Christmas for the annual carriage rides in Clatskanie. She and her family have many of their own large and small animals within walking distance of OGR.

Ashley’s formal education is ever-evolving. With an Associates degree in Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship, a Bachelors in Business Administration and Health Studies and now studying for her NA1 Certificate (Nurse Assistant), she offers a wide variety of assets to the future of OGR and her local community healthcare system.

Ashley’s compassion/passion gives her an empathetic way of approaching her care for the animals at OGR. Her calmness and positive energy are reciprocated by creating a serene and comfortable atmosphere with each animal, which is therapeutic for both.


Barbara Lebl

Large Animal Care Provider

Barbara was born and raised in Germany. She began spending time at her grandparents farm helping with chores and animal care. At an early age she discovered a passion to care for animals of all kinds.

In 1999 Barbara moved to the States to start a new life. She has had her own animal care business and also studied Homeopathy to benefit people and pets with a holistic approach for health and care.

Volunteering at different horse rescues during that time she gained more knowledge in this type of care.

Barbara is a horse owner and was involved in Equestrian sports for most of her life. She is proud and happy to be pursuing her passion for care at OGR.