The City of Brundidge is governed by an elected mayor and five-member city council who are responsible for carrying out any lawful purpose for the advancement of the interest, welfare, health, morals, comfort, safety, and convenience of the city and its citizens.
Pictured from left to right:
Front row: Latisher Hall - District 2, Mayor Isabell Boyd, Marilyn Rodgers - District 5,
Back row: Byron Gaynor - District 4, Margaret Ross - District 3, and Gerald Holland - District 1.
Gerald Holland is proud to have been elected to serve all citizens of our wonderful city as the District 1 Councilman on the Brundidge City Council. He is currently employed with the Pike County School System, where he is a teacher and coach at Pike County High School. He is a 1992 graduate of Pike County High School. He has an Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Auburn University of Montgomery, a Masters of Science degree in Physical Education from Troy University, and a Bachelors of Science degree in Physical Education from Jacksonville State University.
He is a father of five beautiful daughters and has three grandchildren. He has resided in Brundidge most of his life and hopes to continue to move the City of Brundidge forward, working together as one.
Cell: (334) 369-8179
Mrs. Latisher Pickett Hall is a native of Brundidge, Alabama.
She is a graduate of Alabama State University in Montgomery, Alabama with a degree in Social Work. Mrs. Hall is a Data Manager with the Organized Community Action Program, Inc. Head Start in Troy, Alabama at the Central Office. She has been there for 21 years.
She is a member of the County Line Missionary Baptist Church in Brundidge, Alabama where she is the Financial Secretary, a position she has held since 1999. She is also a member of the Mass Choir, Youth Choir, and several committees.
She is married to Lieutenant Deputy Andrew Hall with the Pike County Sheriff's Department. She is a proud mother of one daughter and a doting grandmother of two grandsons.
Mrs. Hall loves Brundidge and she is proud to represent District #2. She has so much passion for her residents, especially the seniors and youth. The senior residents have so much knowledge that we can learn from and the youth have the technology skills we need today. Mrs. Hall thrives to help to make Brundidge all it can be. "Working together, we can get it done."
Margaret Sawyer Ross is a native of Frisco City, Alabama.
She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in physical education from Troy University. She taught in her major field for 30 years in Pike County and Ozark City school systems.
After retiring from teaching, Mrs. Ross began working part-time at First National Bank, a position she has held for 17 years.
Mrs. Ross was married to Thomas "Bud" Ross, a longtime resident of Brundidge, for 47 years. She is involved in civic, community and church activities. She is a member of the South Central Development Commission, the Pike Piddlers Storytelling Committee, and the Brundidge Methodist Church, where is chair of the senior adult activities.
In her leisure time, she enjoys horseback riding. She has two horses and rides as often as the weather permits. She also enjoys swimming and attending arts and crafts events.
She is honored to represent District 3 on the Brundidge City Council and working to make Brundidge all that its residents would like for it to be.
Bryon Gaynor is a native of Brundidge, AL. He is a graduate of Pike County High School. He is a member of New Hope Independent Holy Church of God, Brundidge, AL, where he serves as Vice-President and Musician of the Senior Choir, he is also affiliated with the Youth Department.
Byron is a proud father of one son, Spencer Juan Gaynor.
Councilperson Marilyn Rodgers is a native of Brundidge, Alabama and is a graduate of Pike County High School. She is the proud daughter of the late Wilma Rodgers, she has one son, Steven Rodgers, and one granddaughter, Madison Rodgers. She is an active member of Lilly Hill Missionary Baptist Church where she serves on various committees and auxiliaries.
Ms. Rodgers is the Claims Supervisor at Walmart Supercenter in Troy, Alabama, and has been employed there for the past 20+ years. She is involved in several community organizations and civic groups. She serves as a board member for I AM: I AM Original, I AM ME, a mentoring organization that teaches school age girls to live in their truth and to be all that they are destined to be.
Ms. Rodgers believes "God, family, and community" are the most important facts of life. She is motivated by a personal call to serve others. Her goal is to work on behalf of the citizens, preserve the rich heritage of the community and create opportunities for the youth to grow and prosper.
Ms. Rodgers believes every city deserves a councilperson who is knowledgeable and transparent. She has a clear understanding of what issues are pertinent and pressing in the community-modernization. She knows the importance of structured youth activities. She has a high aptitude of social and economic strengths which she uses to continue to improve the great town of Brundidge, Alabama.
Members of the Brundidge City Council and the City Clerk attend the 2021 CMO Regional Training held in Montgomery, AL on Wednesday, June 16, 2021.