Economic development chief Ed Morlan retiring

Economic development chief Ed Morlan retiring

Gov. John Hickenlooper recognizes director’s efforts
As Executive Director of the Region 9 Economic Development District, Ed Morlan helped provide a loan for the Durango & Silverton Narrow Guage Railroad to help it cover its payroll after the Missionary Ridge Fire in 2002 hit local tourism. Under Morlan, Region 9 also worked with Sunnyside Farms Market and Terry’s Ace Hardware, among many others.
Ed Morlan of the Region 9 Economic Development District pauses outside of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad depot Monday.
About Ed Morlan

Spouse: Married 39 years to Jackie Morlan
Children: Daughters, Kinsee and Amber
Education: Western State Colorado University, Gunnison
Favorite Book: “Atlas Shrugged”
Favorite Quote: “I only know that I know

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Economic development chief Ed Morlan retiring

As Executive Director of the Region 9 Economic Development District, Ed Morlan helped provide a loan for the Durango & Silverton Narrow Guage Railroad to help it cover its payroll after the Missionary Ridge Fire in 2002 hit local tourism. Under Morlan, Region 9 also worked with Sunnyside Farms Market and Terry’s Ace Hardware, among many others.
Ed Morlan of the Region 9 Economic Development District pauses outside of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad depot Monday.
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