Senator David Soucy
- Rutland District
- Seat Number
- Home Address
- P.O. Box 104, Killington, VT 05751
- Home Phone
- (802) 236-3555
- David Soucy was born in 1957, in Portland, Maine, and graduated from South Portland High School. He attended Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, majoring in Business and Communications. After college, David moved to New Jersey and co-founded Strong Security Systems—a business focused on state-of-the-art wireless alarm systems with 50 employees. David and his business partner sold the company after operating for 2 years. After the sale of his business, David became a professional golfer and played in mini tour events in the United States, South America and the Caribbean. David moved back to Maine in 1988 and joined Foster’s Business Review as its Chief Financial Officer from 1988–1992. He then became a Certified Business Intermediary at Investcomm Commercial Group from 1992–1996, where he sold commercial real estate and negotiated the sale of privately held businesses. David moved to Vermont in 1997 to become the Head Golf Professional at Mount Anthony Country Club in Bennington. He is currently the General Manager and Head Golf Professional at Green Mountain National Golf Course in Killington Vermont. He is also the Head Golf Coach at College of St. Josephs in Rutland. He is a Past President of the Vermont Chapter of the Professional Golf Association of America and has served in every position on the board. David sits on the Board of Directors of New England PGA representing Vermont as its District Director. David is also a Director of The PGA Foundation the philanthropic arm of the NE PGA. David has been awarded Vermont PGA’s highest honor as Professional of the Year in both 2008 and 2013.
David is a member of the Killington Pico Area Association, the Rutland Chamber of Commerce, and the State Chamber of Commerce. He is a former court-appointed guardian ad litem for physically and sexually abused children.
Bills and Resolutions Sponsored by Senator Soucy
2018 Special Session
Roll Call Votes by Senator Soucy
2018 Special Session