Clint Morris: Layton City Councilman, SVP Marketing Lifetime Products, Avid Cyclist, ActiveTweeter


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Meet Clint Morris. He's more than the SVP of Marketing for Lifetime Products. He's more than a Council Member for Layton City, He's an engaged, supportive, enthusiastic public servant for all the right reasons. Clint was one of the first people to reach out to me as a new Mayor with friendship and support. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did recording it. Clint walks or I should say Bikes his Talk.

Get To Know Layton City Councilman
​Clint Morris

I moved to Davis County when I was 8 years old. My dad, who is from Ogden, was career Air Force and after a few assignments away, he was able to finish at Hill AFB. We’ve been here ever since! I’m proud to call Layton City my hometown.
I graduated from Weber State University with a B.S. degree in Supply Chain Management. I am currently the Senior Vice President of Marketing for Lifetime Products, a global manufacturer of consumer goods, located in Clearfield's Freeport Center. I’ve enjoyed my over 27 year career at Lifetime in sales and marketing, including an international assignment in Europe and Asia.
My wife Stephanie and I met on a blind date and were married in 1993. We have three children, Braden, and our twins, Stephen and Alyssa. Each of our kids graduated from Northridge High School. Braden and Stephen and currently studying at Weber State and Alyssa is at Utah State.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, riding my road bike throughout Davis County, and supporting the Wildcats and my Utah Jazz.
I am committed to the residents of Layton City. I am focused on public safety, the efficient delivery of municipal services, strengthening our economy and our relationship with HAFB, protecting private property rights, and more government transparency.

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