Family Owned. Family Operated.
Morris Machinery was established in 1998 as a used tractor business by Rick Morris. In 2005, we began representing Branson Tractors in the tri-state area. Today, we offer our customers the best service, parts, and assistance with several new equipment lines including Branson Tractors, TYM tractors, Zetor Tractors, IronCraft equipment (formerly Titan Implements), Gravely Side x Side (JSV) and Zero Turn Lawn Mowers. We also service most tractor brands.
Rick started the business with the help of his father, H.L. in 1998. In addition to his ownership of Morris Machinery, he also operates a medium sized farm featuring Kiko goats, Scottish Highland cows, Painted Desert sheep, and Mangalitsa hogs. Rick has three children, Kelley, Samantha, and Benjamin, who were all involved in the farm and the business.
Christy was hired February 1, 2021. She is a local woman with strong ties to the community. Her dedication to her position and attention to detail is remarkable. If you call Morris Machinery there’s a good chance you will be greeted by a very pleasant and cheerful “Morris Machinery, this is Christy.”
Jordan was born and raised in Greene County, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Rosedale Technical College with an associate degree in Diesel Technology. Jordan has been a part of the Morris Machinery Team since September 18, 2017. He is a certified diesel mechanic, certified Kawasaki engine technician, certified Kohler engine technician, and has completed Gravely’s Advanced Dealer Certification training in Brillion, WI. In his spare time, he is a motorcycle enthusiast.
Ethan has been with us since February 15, 2022. Ethan is a certified Kawasaki engine technician and has completed Gravely's Advanced Dealer Certification training in Brillion, WI. He is an avid hunter, fisherman, and enjoys raising pigs.
Marcus has been here since August 24, 2021. If you need parts for tractors, zero turn mowers, or machinery, he will get them for you. He enjoys fast cars, four wheelers, hunting, and working with the animals on the family farm.
Ben is Rick's youngest child and the only boy. Ben earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University in August 2019. He has graduated from tool holder/shop sweeper to a very talented and promising mechanic in addition to helping on the farm, and delivering tractors. He likes to spend his spare time at the gun range or learning about the newest technologies in engineering.
Tom is from Greene County, Pennsylvania and currently lives in Ruff Creek. He is a retired coal miner with a wife and two children. Tom has spent the last 40 years working on machinery and has become quite the savvy mechanic. Tom has retired but still stops in to help out from time to time.
Former Business Manager
Rita was a driving force in establishing Morris Machinery. Unfortunately, she passed away July 14, 2022. We will always remember her wit and charm as well as her dedication to making Morris Machinery a better company and a better place to work.
Hiram was an integral part of starting Morris Machinery. He was the father of four children, Faye, Rick, Todd, and Rita. All four kids were born and raised on the farm still occupied and owned by the family today (where Morris Machinery is located). Hiram passed away in January 2016. He managed the farm as a dairy cattle operation until the late 70s when the family switched to Angus beef cattle, in addition to raising sheep and pigs. He enjoyed being a salesman for the business, making Mrs. Claus's fudge, and pulling everyone's chain. He was also known to secretly open his Christmas gifts and rewrap them before the big day.