He was the superintendant of the state school of the deaf and blind for nine years and he is active in community organizations. For the past eleven years he has been the superintendant of the Tucson Public Schools. Here, now, the beliefs of Robert Morrow.
I believe that the greatest pleasures in life come from simple things—a desert flower, a shaded babbling brook, a friendly “good morning,” a beautiful painting, solitude, the song of a bird, or even more plebian things such as hot biscuits and honey, or a glass of cold milk after a long hot hike. It always thrilled my wife and me when our young daughter brought us a beautiful flower or our son took time out from a ballgame to call us to see a beautiful sunset.