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.
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.