Ward 3 - Fred S. Marsh
Councilman Fred S. Marsh was first elected to City Council in 2007 and is currently serving his third term representing Ward 3. He is a lifelong resident of Weirton and married to the former Susan Allen; they have two children and two grandchildren.
Councilman Marsh is a graduate of the Linsly Military Institute and the Army ROTC program. He is a former Boy Scout Scoutmaster, current member of the Weirton Elks Lodge #1801, Life Member of the Weirton Heights Volunteer Fire Department, Charter Member of the Red Knights International Firefighters Motorcycle Club WV Chapter VI, and also a member of the Northern Panhandle Pumpers Society and Colliers Sportsman Club.
He is the third generation business owner of Marsh Supply Co., which was founded in 1921 by his great uncle and grandfather in what was known then as Holiday's Cove. Through his business interactions with the Weirton community over the past 40-plus years, he has heard both concerns and compliments from residents.
Councilman Fred S. Marsh strives to pay back to the residents of the Weirton community what they have so graciously given his family over more than 95 years.
Councilman Fred S. Marsh serves the following groups:
- Finance Committee
- Redevelopment Authority
Ward 3 Boundaries
Beginning at a point being the southern corporate limits and the West Virginia and Pennsylvania state line; thence westward along said southern corporate limits (Harmon Creek) to the Brooke and Hancock County line; thence northeasterly along said county line to the intersection of the center lines of Cove Road and Harmon Creek Road; thence easterly and northward along Cove Road to the intersection of the center line of Greenbrier Road, thence northward along the center line of Greenbrier Road to the center line of South 24th Street; thence northeasterly along South 24th Street to the center line of Booker Street; thence northwesterly along the center line of Booker Street to the center line of South 22nd Street; thence northeasterly along South 22nd Street to the center line of Pennsylvania Avenue; thence eastward along the center line of Pennsylvania Avenue to the intersection of the center line of Warsaw Street; thence southward along the center line and the center line extended of Warsaw Street to a point on Alexanders Run (a stream), point being the westward extended center line of Oakland Avenue; thence southward and westerly along Alexanders Run (a stream) to the Hancock and Brooke County line; thence eastward along county line to the West Virginia and Pennsylvania state line; thence south along said state line to the point and place of beginning. Comprising Ward 3, City of Weirton, West Virginia, and Hancock County voting precincts 24 and 26, Brooke County voting precincts 36 and part of 24.
(1971 Code, § 105.04) (Ordinance 1080, passed October 11, 1994)