Philip Mallow graduated from Allegany College of Maryland in 1977 with a degree in quality control technology. Upon graduation, Mallow began his 35 year career with UPS. While in college, he started a part-time position with UPS, was promoted to delivery driver in 1979, and promoted to management in 1986.
During Mallow’s time in management, he worked in industrial engineering, center operations, performed OSHA and DOT safety and compliance audits, and he trained new employees in all aspects of becoming a delivery driver. He was also chosen for numerous special assignments, which required traveling throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
After a long and successful career with UPS, he retired in 2012.He has always been interested in politics, and after retirement, he began attending meetings of local government. From these meetings, he realized the need for a change in government, and he made the decision to run for House of Delegates in District 50.
Mr. Mallow’s goal is to encourage all people to become involved, enthused, and excited about participating in the future of their country. His purpose will be to improve the current economy, develop a better regulatory environment for new businesses, and to encourage investment in West Virginia.
He will also speak out against unnecessary tax increases and ensure voters that their tax revenues are being spent efficiently and wisely, to improve quality, grow accountability, and develop local control in our schools through parent involvement and educational evaluations.
Mr. Mallow currently resides in Fairmont with his wife, Pam. They have two sons and three grandchildren.