After attending Seton Hill, North Carolina A&T and Penn State, Titus Morris received his bachelor’s degree in Business and is currently in school pursuing a master’s in Business Administration.
A 24-year-old Black male born and raised on the North Side, and a Perry High School graduate, Morris is praised as a city success story. He is a property owner and the CEO of Dannie Marie’s Service Coordinators by TLM LLC.
“My motivation is for the generations to come. I want to leave something behind that will make sure my kids are going to be okay, my grandkids are going to be okay, and so on, and so forth. I want to feel like I did something here, and really make an impact. That’s what keeps me going, and gets me out of bed each day,” Morris said.
The losses of both his sister and brother are also two key reasons why it’s important for Morris to be all he can be.
Dannie Marie’s, which is named as a tribute to Morris’ late sister, is a company dedicated to providing exceptional, family-focused support while preventing nursing home admission by assisting clients with the best at-home services possible to fit their needs.
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