Betty Sue Morris

Betty Sue Morris
Betty Sue Morris (Democrat) served as Representative from the 18th Legislative District which included northern Clark, eastern Cowlitz and southern Lewis counties. She served from 1989 until her resignation on May 13, 1996, when she was elected to the Clark County Council.

Before being elected to the House, she was District Aide to U.S. Rep. Don Bonker; a hospital community affairs director, and newspaper reporter.

She received a B.S. in Education from the University of Missouri and a Master of Education from the University of Portland.

Her civic activities included Columbia River Mental Health Center Board; League of Women Voters and Vancouver Rotary. She also served on the Washington State Sentencing Guidelines Commission and State Building Codes Council.

She and her husband had two children.