Chase Morrill

Short Bio

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The life of Chase Morrill is evidence of self-belief, resilience, and hard work. Morrill is a television personality who was born on the 25th of December in the year 1977 to parents named Eric A. Morrill and Peggy. He came to limelight through the reality television series Maine Cabin Masters on DIY Network which showcases his skill of cabin and camp renovation. Morrill was trained alongside his sister by his parents to hardworking, lovely, and friendly. Morrill is of white and Caucasian ethnicity. His father, Eric Morrill, is a builder and this accounts for the building career of both Morrill and his sister, Ashley. Morrill has lived in various places including Auburn, Maine, and Wayne. We also know that he was educated at The College of Atlantic, Bar Harbour where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree.

Age: Morrill is presently 41 and famous for the renovation of classic Maine vacation properties with the help of his crew which includes his sister, Ashley Eldridge.

Career in Construction

Upon graduation from college, Morrill was concerned about fulfilling his desire and love for construction which has started from the tender stages of his life. Regardless of surrounding circumstances, he continued reconstructing and renovating dilapidated buildings. Then in January of 2017, Maine Cabin Masters was launched on DIY Network. The idea of the reality show was birthed out of having a time out with friends of like mind who turn out to be crew members.

It must be established that the show, which is now in its third season, was a huge success right from inception. This is because the show was completely in a class of its own as it entertained viewers with the hectic work of building and reconstructing coupled with the spicy comic roles of the crew members. In 2016, there was the renovation of a log cabin lacking electricity and water within 6 weeks and with an allocation of 30,000 dollars. Right from this point, the show has recorded huge success for Morrill and his crew. The crew keeps getting jobs from people who need to see their homes, camps, and cabins revived and glowing once more. The Maine Cabin Masters are perceived as lifesavers for dying buildings. Morrill reportedly draws his creative inspirations from his friends, family, and most especially the fascinating location of Maine. He also attributes his success to his wonderful father who taught him that nothing should be wasted.

Is Morrill Married or Divorced?

The reality television star is not divorced but happily married to Sarah Morrill whom he met while at The College of Atlantic. Sarah is from North Andover, Massachusetts and a nurse who works with the Maine Primary Care Association. The couple now has two adorable daughters together and they are enjoying an enviable married life. This is evident as they are seen on vacations despite the busy schedule of the husband and father of the family, Chase Morrill. There is no hint of divorce anytime soon.

27 Feb, 2019