Being raised in a Marine Corps family taught me to be disciplined, resilient and open to diverse views. I owe the world to my parents who instilled my values of hard work, humility, and that your actions speak louder than words.
My experience includes marketing management for a worldwide sporting goods manufacturer, managing corporate business deals, helping establish a mobile phone network in New Zealand, project managing large scale telecom deployments, and now a business owner.
I have successfully completed Municipal Police Supervision courses and I’m not clouded by criminal convictions.
My goals as Mayor are to: achieve traffic and speed control solutions; promote community engagement programs and events; implement police and resident initiatives for safe neighborhoods; and advocate to grow our business district.
I’ve always been active within my community. It started with Boy Scout service projects, continued at Temple University, as East Falls Community Councilperson, and with East Falls Development Corporation fundraising & business redevelopment.
In Morrisville I served on the Recreation Board and coordinated the 2019 Food Truck & Music Festival, I’m a member of the Morrisville Business Association and Friends of the Morrisville Dog Park volunteer, and recently elected to Vice President of the Morrisville-Yardley Rotary where “Service Above Self” is the driving motto. I continue to participate in projects that benefit our town.
My wife Kathleen grew up in Morrisville. We moved to New Zealand where she earned her Veterinary Medicine Degree then returned to the US where we chose to settle in Morrisville, purchasing her childhood home.
We know how important it is that Morrisville have a mayor who will oversee police operations, work with the Borough Council, attend meetings, & actively promote our community.
WE ARE TRULY BETTER WORKING TOGETHER, and with your support I will be that Mayor, ready to serve from day one.
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PHOTO CAP: Williamson Park Rotary Memorial Clean-up