David Moore II Sworn in as City Commissioner
Reelected Commissioners Maurice Groce and Robert Coughlin Also Sworn in
The City of Kentwood recently welcomed new City Commissioner David Moore II and reelected Commissioners Maurice Groce and Robert Coughlin.
Moore was sworn in as a city commissioner Dec. 5. He is serving as a Second Ward commissioner, representing the eastern half of the city.
Moore previously served on the City’s Parks and Recreation Commission from 2017-23. He brings a passion for communication and strong community relationships to his role as a city commissioner. Outside of his commissioner duties, he is a freelance writer, previously serving as managing editor for a worldwide organization, and is a church leader at his local home fellowship.
As a city commissioner, Moore says he is dedicated to making Kentwood feel like home for all of its residents. He and his wife, Dwell, have lived in the city with their eight children since 2016.
Commissioners Coughlin and Groce were sworn in at the Nov. 15 meeting. Each commissioner will serve a four-year term, with Coughlin representing the First Ward and Groce serving as a commissioner-at-large.