Morrison Custom Welding was our Outstanding Business Partner for April 2015. Mark Morrison is a distinguished alumni from our Welding program, graduating in 1984 from Northwestern High School. Co-owner of the business is his wife, Deb. Both are involved in the day-to-day operations of the business, which has 16 employees and is located on South Honeytown Road, east of Wooster.
Mark hires Career Center graduates and currently has employed two senior welding students, Chandler Armstrong and Coleton Young, and an adult education welding recent graduate, Evan Lower. Scott Titler, who also graduated from the Career Center, has been with Morrison for 16 years.
Morrison Custom Welding was named a Small Business of the Year by the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce. Mark serves on the Ohio Structural Steel Association board, is chair-elect of the Wooster Chamber, and judges 4-H welding projects for the Wayne County Fair. He has been a member of the American Welding Society for 23 years.
“Mark and Deb continue to support the Career Center with their time, expertise and resources,” said Director of Operations Lynn Moomaw. “Mark serves on both the high school and adult education advisory committees, and have supported our first year of Drug Free Clubs of America.” Moomaw said they contribute both money and materials to the school and the welding program.
Mark Morrison assists instructors and teaches in labs several times a year. This past fall, he purchased welding gloves and personally came to the Career Center and presented the gloves to every welding student who had joined Drug Free Clubs of America.
The Wayne County Schools Career Center would like to thank Morrison Custom Welding for their continuing support of Career-Tech Education.