Daniel W. Marshall III

Daniel W. Marshall III

Daniel W. Marshall III


Delegate Danny Marshall

Working for Jobs, Economic Development, A Strong Region and a Strong Virginia

Experience and Knowledge of Business Bring Leadership Roles

House of Delegates Appointments:

Commerce and Labor Committee: Chair of Workers Compensation Subcommittee

Directly involved in laws that make Virginia business-friendly

Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources: Chair of Agriculture Subcommittee

Agriculture and Forestry is the second largest industry in Virginia and the largest industry in Pittsylvania County; economic foundation for our area.

Counties, Cities and Towns: Vice-chair of full committee and Chair of Subcommittee 2

Directly affects the laws for local governments as they relate to the state, as well as housing and real estate issues.

Positioned to Be Effective

Appointed to Legislative Commissions that Are All About Jobs:

Governor’s Economic Development and Jobs Creation Commission

Tobacco Commission: Chair Special Projects; Member R&D, Southside Economic Development and the Executive Committee
Manufacturing Development Commission; Founding member
Virginia Housing Commission: Vice-chair; Chair of Affordability, Real Estate Law and Mortgage Subcommittee; Works to make home ownership more affordable
Virginia Small Business Commission: Vice-chair; To study, report, and make recommendations on issues of concern to small businesses in the Commonwealth
Governor’s Rural Jobs Council and Education-Workforce Subcommittee (2012 appointment)
Virginia Workforce Council: Assist Governor in meeting workforce training needs in the Commonwealth

Direct Dollars to Our Area

Tobacco Commission: Millions of NON-tax dollars to help establish new businesses and expand existing businesses in Southside
Budget Amendments: 2013 Secured money in Governor’s Budget for Danville Community College Precision Tool training expansion: workforce training
Budget Amendment: 2013 Secured money to complete Danville Science Museum Digital Dome Theatre: educational training and regional asset

Special Recognitions

Honored in February 2007 by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Virginia: named the “Legislator of the Year” for the House of Delegates.

Received “A” ratings yearly by the Family Foundation for voting “family values” on bills coming before the General Assembly

Received “A” ratings or endorsements:

Virginia Chamber of Commerce

National Federation of Independent Businesses

NRA (National Rifle Association)

Virginia Farm Bureau

2011 Service to Mankind Award –Danville SERTOMA

2013 Virginia Chamber of Commerce Highest Award : “Champion of Free Enterprise” for pro-jobs and pro-economic development votes

Meet Danny

A native of Pittsylvania County, Danny Marshall graduated from George Washington High School and attended Danville Community and Averett Colleges. Danny is the past president of Marshall Concrete Products, a family business that was in our area for more than 40 years and provided 180+ jobs for our region.

Danny Marshall is also a former professional racecar driver who finished 3rd at the 24 Hours of Daytona race in both 1999 and 2000. He is a former member of the Danville City Council, and Danny has served as president of the Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce. He has served on numerous area development boards and commissions, including the Dan River Region Vision Committee.

Danny Marshall also served on Danville's Industrial Development Authority, the Danville Area Development Foundation, the Dan River Region Economic Development Task Force, the Southern Virginia Economic Development Board, and the Pittsylvania Economic Development Organization. He is a past board member of the following: Danville Chamber of Commerce, Danville Arts and Humanities, and Danville Life Saving Crew. He is past president of the Virginia Concrete Masonry Association, Virginia Masonry Council, and the National Concrete Masonry Association.

Danny and his wife, Kaye, have been married for more than 40 years. Their daughter and son-in-law have twice made the Marshalls grandparents.


Born: January 20, 1952 in Danville, VA

Wife of 40+ Years: Kaye Hardy Marshall
Parents: Webster & Elizabeth Marshall (Retired)
Daughter: Jessica Marshall Younginer
Son in law: Jeff Younginer
In laws: Jessie & Geraldine Hardy- (Retired)

Dan River Elementary (Grades 1-8); George Washington HS (Grades 9-12)
(Graduated 1970)

Danville Community College 2 years

Averett University

High School -- Janitor at Riverside Building Supply
High School -- 2nd shift Dan River Inc #5

Marshall Concrete Products -- Started in 1971 as full time ready mix truck driver;
President in 1990; employ 180+ people in 8 locations in Central and South West Virginia Community

Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce -- Board member 9 years -- President in 1995
Danville Chamber of Commerce- 1993-1996
Southern Piedmont Technology Council - Present
Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce - Present
Danville Life Saving Crew Board- 1989-91
Pittsylvania Economic Development Organization-1996-2000
Southern Virginia Economic Development Partnership-1996-2000
Dan River Region Task Force- 1995-2000
Dan River Region Economic Development Task Force- 1995-2000
Danville Industrial Authority 1995-2000
Danville Area Development Foundation 1995-Present
Elected to Danville City Council 2000

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Delegate from the 14th District
2002 - Current

The Virginia House of Delegates is one of two parts in the Virginia General Assembly, the other being the Senate of Virginia. It has 100 members elected for terms of two years; unlike most states, these elections take place during odd-numbered years. The House is presided over by the Speaker of the House, who is elected from among the House membership by the Delegates. The Speaker is usually a member of the majority party and, as Speaker, becomes the most powerful member of the House. The House shares legislative power with the Senate of Virginia, the upper house of the Virginia General Assembly. The House of Delegates is the modern-day successor to the Virginia House of Burgesses, which first met at Jamestown in 1619. The House is divided into Democratic and Republican caucuses. In addition to the Speaker, there is a majority leader, majority caucus chair, minority leader, minority caucus chair, and the chairs of the several committees of the House.

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