David Morrow (Dave) is a lifelong resident of Plymouth. On Friday he filed his paperwork to run on the Democratic ballot for one of the City Council At-Large Seats.
As a graduate of Plymouth High School (Class of ’76) he attended and graduated from Indiana University (Kelley School of Business) in 1980, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing. Dave returned to Plymouth after completing his insurance training in 1983 to work for Morrow Insurance and his father.
Dave and Chris Fortin Morrow were married in 1988. Chris and Dave have three adult daughters, three grandchildren, and another grandchild due in February. Dave and Chris are active members of Saint Michael Catholic Church.
Dave became the owner of Morrow Insurance in 1989 and the business grew steadily from five employees to thirteen. The business was transferred to the Miller Insurance Group of Bremen in 2021; Dave and Chris remain employed in the Plymouth Office.
Dave feels his experience in operating an independent business (managing budgets, employees, and working with the public) will help him be an effective City Council member.
Dave is following in his parents’s footsteps by serving the community in many ways.
Dave is currently serving as President of the Plymouth Parks and Recreation Board.
Dave served on both the Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation (past President), and the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce.
Dave also served on the United Way of Marshall County as the Drive Chairman and the Board of Directors as President.
David is a past member of the Plymouth Optimist Club, a current member of Phi Delta Kappa, Plymouth Elks, Plymouth American Legion, and the Plymouth Moose.
If elected Dave will listen to concerns and collaborate with everyone involved to help make Plymouth a better community. Plymouth is a great place to live, work, and recreate; however, there is still work to be done to make Plymouth even better.
Dave pledges to put his heart into the city for the betterment of Plymouth, and asks for your vote.
Vote: “For a better tomorrow, vote Dave Morrow for City Council at Large.”
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