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Events

David Bazzy

BazzyWEBDavid Bazzy was elected to his second term on City Council in November 2013, having first been elected in 2011.

Bazzy, 55, is a life-long Dearborn resident. He graduated from Edsel Ford, earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Wayne State University. He is the president and COO of Kenwal Steel and Kenwal Pickling.

He and his wife, Cherie, have been married 29 years and have three sons, all of them in college. Two of their sons graduated from Divine Child. One graduated from Dearborn High School.

From 2005 – 2007, Bazzy was chairman of the Dearborn Charter Commission.  He also served for six years on the City of Dearborn Recreation Commission and more than six years on the Dearborn Zoning Board of Appeals.  He is also a member of the Masonic Temple and the Centurions Club, and serves on the board of the Goodfellows.

Bazzy says while he may make some mistakes on council, he will always act and vote in a way that is best for the City. “I will work hard and I will listen," he says. " I ran because I felt I had some value to add to the City during these tough economic times.” 

"We need to continue to be smart in our use of the taxpayers dollars and listen to the property owners to best manage the resources available to us. We must be cognizant of our role in focusing on neighborhoods and our commitment to maintaining the standards in homes and safety that has made Dearborn a city where families have wanted to live."

Managing a budget deficit with a declining tax base and finding a way to fill vacant buildings are Bazzy’s priorities.

Phone: 313.943.2402