Dennis “Deputy” Morris
Immigrated to the United States from Barbados, West Indies in 1971.
Shortly thereafter, was drafted into the United States Army and served for two years with a tour in West Germany.
Prior to leaving for the military, I was employed by a major successful commercial bank in New York, Wall Street area. Upon discharge from the military, I returned to the bank. During my tenure with the bank, I served in many roles from clerical to management. After seventeen years with the bank, I retired for personal reasons and relocated to Orlando, Florida.
I joined the Orange County Sheriff’s Office after a short time in Orlando. I began my service as a patrol deputy and later became a D.A.R.E. Officer working at various elementary schools within Orange County Public Schools. I later moved to the middle school level becoming the School Resource Officer and teaching the G.R.E.A.T. Program. I would say that working with the children in the school have been my most rewarding job. I served the Orange County Sheriff’s Office for twenty- three years. During my tenure, I was also privilege to cross-train with the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation.
Upon retirement from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, I did minor home restoration and maintenance on Fannie Mae foreclosed homes for approximately two years.
While servicing these homes, an earlier passion that I had approximately ten years prior, resurfaced. I then closed down my business and studied to take the Real Estate Salesperson’s class and was successful in my endeavor.
My goal at this time, is to devote my time to becoming the best Realtor and servicing my clients to the best of my ability.
Volunteering activities: Give Kids the World and Second Harvest Food Bank.
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