One hundred years ago, Cambia found its roots in the logging camps of Tacoma, WA. Tacoma has a rich heritage in the timber industry, and in its heyday was known as the “Lumber Capital of the World.”
Now, to commemorate our 100-year anniversary, some of that rich history will be restored. In partnership with Metro Parks Tacoma, Cambia will be restoring a 15-ton piece of Tacoma’s history—the last known head saw on the West Coast. Cambia’s community gift will also include the expansion of Dickman Mill Park to update the park and make room for the display.
“As Cambia reflected on our centennial, we wanted to mark this milestone for our company, and honor our historical home of Tacoma” said Mark Ganz, President and CEO of Cambia Health Solutions. “We hope by honoring our roots in this way, we give something back to be shared and enjoyed by this community for the next 100 years.”
To learn more about this gift and partnership with Metro Parks Tacoma, read the news release “Health care company founded in Tacoma marks its centennial with major gift to the community” or read in-depth coverage from The News Tribune.