Casey Davis provides guidance and support through his extensive background in legal, finance, business management and many years of experience with Morris in various leadership capacities. Casey combines a broad range of experience as a member of the board of directors and as a shareholder of Morris.
Casey is a shareholder of Morris Industries Ltd and joined Morris in 2001 as the President and Chief Executive Officer prior to transitioning to Director. He is also a director of Saskatchewan Trade Export Partnership and a number of private corporations carrying on business in Saskatchewan.
Casey came to Morris Industries after a 25 year career in the accounting and legal profession, spending the majority of his time as a partner with the law firm of McKercher LLP. Prior to joining McKercher, Casey articled as a Chartered Accountant and worked with Coopers & Lybrand (predecessor to PWC) in Calgary, Alberta.
During his years at McKercher, Casey was actively involved in the management of the law firm and focused his practice on corporate transactions including, corporate shareholder dispute resolution, taxation and estate planning. When Casey came to Morris in 2001, he led the sales growth of the company and in particular, the expansion of Morris Industries into the international market. During his tenure, Morris evolved from a company whose sales in 2001 were low and primarily in Canada, to a growing company where approximately 50% of its sales are into various international markets.
Casey is a lawyer and chartered accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a law degree from the University of Saskatchewan. He is qualified as a CPA in the Province of Saskatchewan and Alberta and is a member of the Bar and Law Society of Saskatchewan. Casey has lectured on various tax or corporate matters, including as a sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan, lecturing on Corporate Tax.
Casey is located in Saskatoon with his wife Karen. Both are actively involved in the community and have served or advised a number of community groups. Casey also has been actively involved with Chamber movement including serving as the President of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce in 2000-2001. Karen and Casey like to cycle, snow shoe and hike.