CROWLEY - Bryan Borill cites his professional background, life experiences, his involvement as a city leader through non-profit and civic organizations as well as a volunteer for the Crowley Recreation Department makes him an ideal candidate for the Crowley City Council Ward 2 Division A.
“I believe my professional career, work ethics, skills and life experiences provides me with the resources to be the next City Councilman of Ward 2 Division A. My faith and enthusiastic approach to life as a young adult motivated me to be involved with local government, non-profit and civic organizations. My reason was to help Crowley be a better place to raise my family. As a volunteer at the Crowley Recreation Department for 25 years, I dedicated most of my adult life to the youth of Crowley. Through organized sports I worked to instill character, team work and leadership. I wanted to be a positive role model in their lives. I’m still associated today with many of those young leaders. I’m excited about the possible opportunity to work with the city’s council and recreation department again in a different capacity. In my professional career, I work every day to meet the needs of the elderly. I understand their concerns and resolve their medical uncertainties. By serving on the city council I would continue to be a voice for our elderly citizens. I believe my marketing and sales background can be an asset to the city council for economic development and for future growth of our community.”
Bryan is married to the former Judy Dailey for 33 years and they have two sons, Josh (32) and Jake (24). Bryan is employed by LHC-Group as a health care marketer for Acadian Home Care of Crowley and for Acadia St. Landry Home Health in Church Point. He is a graduate of Crowley High School and attended USL/ULL in business and marketing. Bryan is a member of the SunBelt Conference as a college football official and has officiated four post season bowl games. He has been an active member for 26 years with the Louisiana High School Athletic Association as a high school sports official. Bryan is a member of the First Baptist Church, Crowley Lions Club, Crowley Chamber, Crowley Town Club and the Cajun Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. He is involved with the Senior Coalition and Alzheimer organizations. He is a past member of the Crowley Jaycees, Crowley Kiwanis, the Tri Area Umpires Association, Crowley High Athletic Boosters, Notre Dame Athletic Boosters and the Acadia Chapter of the American Heart Association.
In closing Borill states, “My pledge to the citizens of Ward 2 is to continue the Quality of Life and Quality of Place we are accustom too. I’ll bring my enthusiasm and entrepreneurial spirit to the city council. I want to be a resource and a leader for a better future. I look forward in the upcoming weeks to meet more citizens of Ward 2. Please give me your vote and support on Saturday October 2, 2010. I want to be the next Crowley City Councilman of Ward 2 Division A.”