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Current Radnor Republican Officials & Candidates

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About Steve Morris

Radnor Republican Candidate for Commissioner

4th Ward

Radnor Township

Stephen Morris is a Financial Planner with focus in the design and implementation of strategies used to build, preserve and protect wealth for families and privately-owned businesses. As a Business Intelligence Institute® Specialist, he specializes in Buy Sell and Business Succession Planning. With over 25 years of experience, Stephen’s clients benefit from the sound research and prudent judgement garnered through multiple tax regimes and one of the most tumultuous market cycles in our history.  As a Partner with PFG Advisors and his affiliation with Lincoln Financial Advisors, Stephen can provide independent, comprehensive advice to his clients without bias.

Stephen graduated from Lehigh University in 1996 achieving a B.S. in Business and Economics. Stephen, his wife Casey and their four children live in the Bryn Mawr section of Radnor. Stephen serves on the President's Advisory Counsel at Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School and he and his wife are Scholarship Partners who sponsor a student’s tuition each year. Stephen and Casey’s children attend Radnor public schools and can also be found in the pool and on various fields and sports programs throughout our town.

Stephen’s professional designations, certifications and recognitions include:
• Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC®) from The American College
• Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®) from The College for Financial Planning.
• Certified Business Exit Consultant (CBEC®)
• FINRA Series 7 and 63 registrations
• Recognized by his firm as a Premier Partner

Radnor Board of Commissioners

Commissioner Jake Abel, Ward 6

Commissioner Abel was elected Ward 6 Commissioner in November 2016. Abel began his career as a Foreign Policy assistant with the Office of the Speaker in Washington, DC. He later became a Professional Staff Member with the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) where he conducted oversight of counter-terrorism programs and the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis. Jake then served as an Intelligence Officer with the Defense Intelligence Agency where he analyzed and briefed senior government officials on global terrorism threats. He has lived in Radnor since 2011 with his wife and four sons.

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