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Harry "Mo" Greene


Oro Valley Town Council

Harry ""Mo" Greene M.D.

If you are an OV voter, please click here to get me on the ballot!

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The Committee to Elect Harry "Mo" Greene M.D.

10645 N. Oracle Rd. Suite 121

BOX 208

Oro Valley, Az. 85737

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-Supporter of the Arts

-No New Taxes


-Business Friendly


As a currently elected Oro Valley Town Councilmember, Mo has a proven history of actively working for the community’s residents. He has supported ADA compliance at the community center and fostered a positive approach with town business owners. He is often described by residents as thoughtful, kind, and compassionate. 


His impressive professional background is in the medical field, having been educated at many of the World’s leading institutions such as, Stanford, Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and the Sidney Farber Cancer Center. As a respected and accomplished physician, Mo served as the Executive Vice President of the Massachusetts Medical Society, Publisher of the New England Journal of Medicine. In addition, he served as  Head of Primary Care at the University of Massachusetts before being recruited to become the Associate Professor, Vice Chairman of Medicine at the University of Arizona.

Mo’s love and passion of Military began when he served as a Battalion Surgeon in the 321 Artillery, 82nd Airborne Division, where he was awarded a Combat Medical Badge. Since retiring, Mo has found many new and exciting hobbies, including, Teaching Anatomy and Physiology to local artists, playing classical guitar, and painting detailed oil portraits. In addition to his hobbies, Mo volunteers on many local boards and committees such as, The Oro Valley Theatre Board, The Rockin’ 4 Heroes Committee, and he is also a strong supporter of the Arizona Heroes Memorial project. Mo is a founding member of the Oro Valley American Legion as well as the Hope Lodge, a “Ronald McDonald House” which provides treatment for cancer patients. He is a life-member of the VFW. He and his wife, a retired Registered Nurse, have happily resided in Oro Valley for over twenty years.     

Why I love Oro Valley

I love Oro Valley because we are one of the safest communities in Arizona. We have absolutely beautiful weather here and we encourage citizen-involved planning which includes managed growth. We offer abundant recreational venues such as golf, tennis, pickle ball, soccer and baseball fields. Oro Valley also offers many hiking and biking trails, public parks and entertainment opportunities. We have fantastic performing arts groups, great restaurants, excellent roads, an active historical society, and a wonderful Chamber of Commerce. Our community is very mindful of the disabled, and I have been extremely vocal about my desire to ensure they have appropriate access to the community center. One of my favorite things about Oro Valley are the incredible Schools that we offer. I have enjoyed serving the community these last few years and it would be my honor to continue to represent you! -Mo

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