The barbers can take care of any of your hair design needs, fades, flat tops, high and tight, hard parts as well as longer shaggy textured cuts and everything in between.

Due to COVID regulations we are required to schedule all appointments, please call the shop to schedule with Bob or Chuck. To schedule with Mark or Don call the shop and request the numbers to contact them. 

Oakway Barbershop 541-344-5015

Monday 7:30am-11:30am
- Friday 9am-5:30pm
Saturday 9am-3pm


Skin Fade  $24.00 
Haircut  $19.00
Seniors $17.00
(65 & over)
Buzz   $12.00
Beard Trim $10.00


Bob Miller

Bob worked at the Oakway Center Barbershop since 1967, and purchased the shop from Jim Hayward in 1982. Bob has developed a large variety of hair, nail, and skin care products area, including refills on a select number of products for even greater savings. Bob is available for haircut appointments on Mondays and Wednesdays. In his spare time, he works on his property and farm equipment.

Don Gurney

Don has been doing hair since 1992. Originally licensed as a cosmetologist, Don worked in hair salons. In 2007 Don started barbering part time and joined Oakway Center Barbershop. He finally left the salons behind and has been barbering full time since 2016. In the summer, Don enjoys biking to work, rides along the VRC bike path, and mountain biking. In the winter, he likes snowboarding when the weather allows, and playing video games. Yes, Don is a gaming nerd.
Hours: Mon-Thur 11-6.

Tony Camelleri

( update: Tony has retired. Oakway barbershop thanks Tony for all his years and wishes him all the best in his 3rd retirement. 
Tony earned his barbers license in 1955 and owned a few barber shops in California with his brother in the 1960’s. He left barbering for awhile but stayed in the industry. He went into international sales for his brother who started Joico hair products. After trying retirement several times, Tony decided it was not for him. He came back to barbering part time and still works 1 day a week at Oakway Center Barber Shop.
Tony enjoys fishing and a bit of hunting. He is very active with his church and recently started going to elementary schools and reading his poetry to classrooms of children. That led to him organizing his poetry into a book and with help got the book published.

Mark Camelleri

Mark has been barbering here at Oakway for the past 7 years. He is a avid fisherman and enjoys hunting deer and now elk as well. If you like to talk about fishing or hunting then Mark is the guy. He has been on a bowling team at Emerald Lanes for 4 years and now has joined a co-ed team.